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Reminds me of the story when astroturf started In the 60's Mets reliever Tug McGraw when asked what he thought about artificial grass responded, "I don't know I never smoked it."

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California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts also legalized marijuana and clubs from those states are playing that day (Los Angeles will be at home against Sporting Kansas City; Red Bull New York is hosting New England). Therefore, you might be onto something.

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California didn't legalize it. They "de-criminalized" small amounts of it. You still get fined progressively higher the more times they catch you with it however. Large amounts, selling, and production are still illegal.

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California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts also legalized marijuana and clubs from those states are playing that day (Los Angeles will be at home against Sporting Kansas City; Red Bull New York is hosting New England). Therefore, you might be onto something.

:P

California didn't legalize it. They "de-criminalized" small amounts of it. You still get fined progressively higher the more times they catch you with it however. Large amounts, selling, and production are still illegal.

Anything less than an ounce, which is quite a lot of weed, is an infraction ticket that's usually less than a $100 fine, or 6 hour long NA classes.

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California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts also legalized marijuana and clubs from those states are playing that day (Los Angeles will be at home against Sporting Kansas City; Red Bull New York is hosting New England). Therefore, you might be onto something.

:P

California didn't legalize it. They "de-criminalized" small amounts of it. You still get fined progressively higher the more times they catch you with it however. Large amounts, selling, and production are still illegal.

Anything less than an ounce, which is quite a lot of weed, is an infraction ticket that's usually less than a $100 fine, or 6 hour long NA classes.

Which means it's still illegal. It's just illegal like a speeding ticket now. You just don't get criminally charged anymore, just a civil fine. Only WA and CO have actually legalized it.

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So it's official. The MLS is popular with pot-head hippies who are too stoned to realize what they are watching. It explains so much...

HEY! I know what I'm watching...... even if I tend to do so while consuming my body's weight in nachos and playing Dark Side Of The Moon over the commentary.

I remember from my youth when I...er...experimented...and finding the most mundane things highly entertaining....I guess I knew what I was watching...eventually.... :mojoto:^_^

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California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts also legalized marijuana and clubs from those states are playing that day (Los Angeles will be at home against Sporting Kansas City; Red Bull New York is hosting New England). Therefore, you might be onto something.

:P

California didn't legalize it. They "de-criminalized" small amounts of it. You still get fined progressively higher the more times they catch you with it however. Large amounts, selling, and production are still illegal.

Anything less than an ounce, which is quite a lot of weed, is an infraction ticket that's usually less than a $100 fine, or 6 hour long NA classes.

That's the law we have in Milwaukee County. Only if a cop feels like being a prick, he can charge you under the much harsher state law.

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I come from the future with a photo of the Colorado supporters marching to the stadium before the big match

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"I don't get why we have to be called the 'Rapids'. It's just, like, sloooooow it down, man."

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