Awesome Collection of Stoner Scenes in Movies

13 12 2009

CheechAndChongUpInSmokeCarWithFringe The always cool blog, has a post highlighting 15 Classic Stoner Scenes In Movies. From Cheech and Chong to Easy Rider and a whole lot in between, this is a good list from a place that knows Stoned. The 15 video clips, available there on, make for an entertaining time after you’ve just finished blasting one and find yourself sitting here.

Check out the videos and then be sure to poke around the blog. That’s what I did.

15 Classic Stoner Scenes In Movies


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19 12 2009


He hasn’t even taken office yet, but the words of Mayor-Elect Mike McGinn have already perked some citizens’ ears.

My ears are wide open, Mayor McGinn believes pot should not only be legal, but also taxed. He says “We recognize that, you know, like alcohol, it’s something that should be regulated, not treated as a criminal activity. And I think that’s where the citizens of Seattle want us to go,” Oh! Oh! YES that is exactly what I want I have waited years for this. McGinn asked for the public’s help identifying the issues he should tackle as mayor. Topping the list was light rail expansion. The second slot went to legalizing pot. I remember a poll in the STRANGER. Now McGinn, as well as state leaders, are talking about it. McGinn says the drug should be legalized and also taxed to offset some of the city’s financial problems. THANK YOU MAYOR MIKE, THANK YOU STRANGER, THANK YOU KOMO. Listen to this McGinn slams a home run saying “I think if every elected official who ever smoked marijuana voted to legalize it, it’d probably be legalized in an instant,” he said; how right on is that?.
State Rep. Mary Lou Dickerson, D-Seattle, is sponsoring a bill that would do just that. She says “Prohibition didn’t work for alcohol, and it’s not working for marijuana,” Dickerson says the state’s ineffective policies on marijuana are costing taxpayers money. She recognizes there will be opponents to her idea. But she thinks many people, including the mayor, are ready for change. She is right We have all known this for years but NOW we have legislators with guts enough to come out and lay the stash on the table Legisaters who support this well get my vote.

This is the last post until the first of the year when will I will be back to take on the attractions and distractions of life.


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