Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

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Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by ed the head » Thu 3rd Mar 2011 07:04 pm

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Thousands of sadhus have had a ban placed on them, preventing them from selling cannabis to those attending a festival at an ancient Nepalese temple.

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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by CannaSir » Thu 3rd Mar 2011 11:08 pm

Woops! looks like someone's not been paying their baksheesh! :lol:

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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by doobydave » Sat 5th Mar 2011 10:40 am

F**K OFF America!

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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by ZBeebs » Sun 6th Mar 2011 12:32 am

doobydave wrote:F**K OFF America!
What's your problem? What does this have to do with America? Nothing in that article says anything about the USA.
Why drink and drive when you can smoke and fly?

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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by YourGuru » Sun 6th Mar 2011 03:05 am

ZBeebs wrote:
doobydave wrote:F**K OFF America!
What's your problem? What does this have to do with America? Nothing in that article says anything about the USA.

Don't pay that any attention, it's a default response from a xenophobic who most likely has been dealt the ace of spades....


This should shed some light on the reality of the situation... Some Brits judge Americans based on Bush's policies and that's just how it goes...


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... tions.html


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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by doobydave » Sun 6th Mar 2011 11:11 am

I'm no xenophobe. By the way, if there is a different word for hating foreigners that swan around the globe 'persuading' small governments to adopt their ideals, well, I'm one of those.

If this policy has nothing to do with pressure from your beloved country I shall (after the purchase of one), eat my hat.



Edit - I know it's not a newspaper (but neither it the Torygraph..) but you might want to take a look at this thread
http://www.420magazine.com/forums/asia/ ... -paid.html

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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by ZBeebs » Sun 6th Mar 2011 02:07 pm

That article states that smuggling into the usa was a problem, and THAT is why the USA got involved. If they kept it within their pwn country where it is legal it wouldn't have been a problem.

Regardless, the USA is still the best place on the earth to live. I am so lucky to have the freedoms that I do - cannabis will be added to those freedoms eventually.
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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by Pauli Wallnuts » Mon 7th Mar 2011 04:48 pm

doobydave wrote:I'm no xenophobe. By the way, if there is a different word for hating foreigners that swan around the globe 'persuading' small governments to adopt their ideals, well, I'm one of those.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/ma ... n-in-libya
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXbNLkNh ... re=related" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: Ritual involving cannabis busted in Nepal

Post by doobydave » Mon 7th Mar 2011 05:00 pm

:lol:

Nothing to see here - just a diplomatic envoy, spreading joy to less fortunate parts...
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