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Sunday, April 30, 2006

Why hasn't Miguel Posted about This Yet? 

So, apparently, the CU police took a bunch of high resolution photos of people celebrating April 20th on Farrand Field (on CU's campus) and put them online seeking identification and offering an award. There's ominous "identified" markings on some of those pictured.

How did I learn about this from a law professor's blawg? Shouldn't this site be my comprehensive source for all weed-in-Boulder news? I'm deeply disappointed in those of you still in the Denver metro area for not letting us bi-coastal elites know what is going on.

And, moreover, is the University serious? Is 4/20 on Farrand such an embarrassment that they are trying any way they can to deter the event? Why not riot police and horsemen?

-Ziggy Stardust  13:21 EST | |

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