i dont know if anyones heard of this, it just happened yesterday
they made it straight up legal, you dont need a prescription
yeah theyre going to see that it doesnt cause all of these terrible things, like rape and muggings and hellfire and whatever else, and its going to start a chain reaction.
but if others follow. will the government try to control it and put a age limit on it and such like alcohol and ciggerettes?
Peace to Dawzr
thats what they did in breckenride, you have to be 21
I had my first blunt last night can't really roll but I firgured away worked out well so I packed it in and it burnt nicely !
Its the 5th of November. Anyone celebrating?
Gunna be rolling my first blunt today. Its going to be goooood!!
you just gotta watch and learn... i couldnt do it for a long time but after one summer of just chilling in my friends basement and watching them roll blunt after blunt it just kinda stuck with me how to do it... then one new years eve i was out walking the streets drunk as fuck and my girlfriend is like... hey lets roll a blunt, but nobody knew how to do it [this was back in like 9th grade or some shit] and so i was like 'i can do it' all confident like and it actually came out pretty good for my first one ever especially since i rolled it on the trunk of some random car. anyways that's my story about learning to roll blunts... watch and learn
Guy Fawkes (13 April 1570 – 31 January 1606), also known as Guido Fawkes, the name he adopted while fighting for the Spanish in the Low Countries, belonged to a group of Roman Catholic restorationists from England who planned the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Their aim was to displace Protestant rule by blowing up the Houses of Parliament while King James I and the entire Protestant, and even most of the Catholic, aristocracy and nobility were inside. The conspirators saw this as a necessary reaction to the systematic discrimination against English Catholics.
The Gunpowder Plot was led by Robert Catesby, but Fawkes was put in charge of its execution. He was arrested a few hours before the planned explosion, during a search of the cellars underneath Parliament in the early hours of 5 November prompted by the receipt of an anonymous warning letter.
Guy Fawkes Night (or "bonfire night"), held on 5 November in the United Kingdom and some parts of the Commonwealth, is a commemoration of the plot, during which an effigy of Fawkes is burned, often accompanied by a fireworks display. The word "guy", meaning "man" or "person", is derived from his name.
Last edited by Ume; 11-05-2009 at 11:10 AM.
never saw V for vendetta i'm guessing