Welcome SSDP members

Had a great time at the Illinois State University Hemp Fest sponsored by Students for Sensible Drug Policy. Gave a talk on drug policy and had a wonderful discussion with a number of audience members afterward.

I also had some fun judging the tobacco-rolling competition. The winner was quite a creative work of art – designed to be lit in four places simultaneously.

For any new visitors to Drug WarRant who were there, welcome! Feel free to join in the discussion.

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6 Responses to Welcome SSDP members

  1. Duncan20903 says:

    Is there a video of your presentation? I sure wouldn’t mind seeing it.

  2. Hey, if anyone would like to help get another legalization initiative on the ballot this year, Oregon’s IP-24 campaign needs volunteers to help transcribe signed petition sheets into Excel spreadsheets (in order to check against the statewide voter database to determine whether signatures are valid or not).

    The campaign has already gathered 90,000 raw signatures and has until July 6 to submit 116,000 valid signatures. If interested in helping out, send an email to csle.volunteers@gmail.com.

  3. darkcycle says:

    Welcome to the couch. You should feel right at home. Kick that empty pizza out of the way and have a seat. I believe it’s Duncan’s turn to pack one.

    • claygooding says:

      I did real good Friday,,I smoked at 3:20 so I was with the east coast,then at 4:20 with the rest of central,then at 5:20 with the Denver crowd and passed out after the 6:20 session with the hippies on Haight-Ashbury.

  4. Cy Klebs says:

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