Thursday, November 23, 2006


Why is it that a little thing like THE LAW has to get in the way of a fun idea? Seems plans to break the World Record for smoking the largest dubbie have been canceled after the organizers read the FINE PRINT...DANG, I hate it when that happens! The SUPER JOINT planned for this occasion would have been five foot of KILLER GANJA, 100 percent super fine bud top, a full pound of mind altering bounty from Mother Nature's holistic case some of you are wondering, YES, I support the legalization of pot. Think about it...pot, a serious case of the MUNCHIES and Thanksgiving just go together like love and marriage, peanut butter and jelly, Mutt and Jeff, email and spam.

Speaking of Spam, what is it that people have against this meat delicacy of unknown origins? You've not lived until you've had a fried Spam sandwich on homemade seven grain bread with sliced Roma Tomatoes, fresh Boston Lettuce, and topped off with a generous dollop of spiced up Dill Mayo. A must have menu treat for any camping trip, and really easy to prepare.

Group scraps attempt to smoke biggest joint

Wed Nov 22, 9:29 AM ET

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A plan to roll and smoke the world's largest joint was cancelled at short notice in Amsterdam when the organizers realized they could be breaking the law.

"We have now read the small print and realize there could be problems," Thijs Verheij, one of the organizers, was quoted as saying by ANP news agency after consulting Dutch drugs laws.

The group had wanted to roll a five-foot-long pure-weed joint, stuffed with more than a pound of marijuana and containing no tobacco, and smoke it in a bar.

It had initially thought the attempt would be legal if 100 people each brought along the five grams of the drug tolerated by Dutch authorities for personal use.

"Unfortunately it looks like this will not be possible," Verheij said. The attempt had been planned for Wednesday.

A police spokesman said: "We would definitely have investigated this. If you make a single joint with half a kilo of cannabis in it, it would cross the line."

Verheij said the group had hoped to beat a record set with a joint containing 100 grams of marijuana.

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