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24 Dec 09 - 08:48 PM (#2796029)
Subject: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

It was back around '76 'er '75.... One of those two years unless it was '77 then it was neither but nevermind that 'cause it don't much matter now, does it???

I was livin' in this, ahhhhhhh, big house in east Richmond with a bunch of stoners who I had known going back years and Christmas was a'comin'... But before we can get into all that I gotta introduce my housemates to ya'... Billy D was a truck driver, one fine harp player, quite intellectual considerin' he had never taken a college course and always reading history books... Why??? I donno seein' as all them peoples was dead... Then there was Stoner Bo who wasn't quite as intellectual... Might of fact, he flunked outta college during freshman orientation... Speakin' of flunkin' out of college during freshman orientation there was JD... He flunked out while fillin' out the application for college... I mean, he was a serious stoner...

And there was me... Considerably older and workin' to save the world as a social worker by day but just another pothead at night...

And, of course, there were always womenz hanging around doing womenz things like askin' if we were goina get a Christmas tree???

"Well, sho nuff, we are gonna... Right, boyz???"

*What's a Christmas tree???"

"Screw that, what's Christmas, man"

You know, the usual stoner answers...

But Billy D was driving a truck for a paper company that made big rolls of paper and his bossman said that we could go out to his farm and cut any tree we wanted to use as a Christmas tree so that was the plan...

So, I happened to have the largest car which was a '66 Falcon 2 door so we grabbed the directions that Billy D had gotten from his boss, piled in the Falcon with a couple of the womenzfolk and was off to the country to get us a Christmas tree...

Twenty miles and couple joints later we arrived at what we thought was Billy D's bosses farm and piled out, found a fairly nice white pine, cut it down with a handsaw we had brought and was tiein' it to the roof of the Falcon when 3 Henrico Police cars pulled up, red lights a'blazin'...

"Ahhhhh, what's up, officer???"

Well, as long as I live I don't think that when you ask a cop "Ahhhhh, what's up officer?" that yer gonna like the answer and this was the case, as well...

Best I could figure after gettin' handcuffed was that Billy D got something wrong in the directions.... Hmmmmmmm??? Did I say that he was kinda intellectual??? Well, not that night he wasn't... He was just another handcuffed stoner and we were all off to the Henrico County jail fir trespassin' and tree stealin' and just being dumbass stoners with wrong directions... Maybe they didn't like my Falcon either, I donno... It did have a hand painted paint job so it couldn't have been the paint...

So we all got booked for trespassin'... Fortunately fir us the at least the majistarte beleived our story and didn't make it the felony kinda trespassin' and seein' as Stoner Bo's parents were upstanding citizens we was all released on persoanl recognizance... BTW, I never understood that stuff at all... I mean, most folks been 'round enuff mirrors in their lives to recognize themselves, right???


And seein' as God looks after fools, stoners, drunks and kids we had plenty of Devine coverage that night 'cause the cops even gave us a ride to the impound lot where we had to fork over $35 to get the Falcon back... Also in the category of Devine coverage the cops never looked under the drivers seat where I always kept my stash...

So, what to do???

"Fuck it, let's go back and at least get that tree..." I said and so we were back in the Falcon, smokin' pot with the AM radio a'blarin' country Christams songs on our way back to get the tree the cops wouldn't let us take... Stoners ain't really the wisest of the lot, ya'll but that Devine coverage held up long enough fir us to stop on the side of the road, open the hood as if we was havin' car trouble while JD jumped the fence, snagged the tree, threw it over the fence, got the sumabich tied down and off we went to the tune of "I Saw Grandma Makin' it with a Raindeer" 'er somethin' like that...

'Bout 2:00 in the mornin' we get back home with the tree and the next day is Saturday so noone had to work 'er nuthin' so we got up bright and early, you know, about noon and brought the tree in and rigged it up inside a wash tub with cinderblocks holdin' it upright... We didn't really have any orniments so we made stuff outta beer cans and stuff and it looked, ahhhhhhh, okay to us...

Well, friends came by over the next week and added things to it and by Christmas it was one heck of a stoned out Christams tree!!! I mean, righeous... It was a lovely Christmas... Someone got a new Outlaws LP and we played it between Dead stuff, stayed stoned up prurdy good the entire time and that's all I remember specifically about that Christmas, other than the tree, of course...

New Years Eve came and the tree continued to get more and more decorated by us and by friends... Only trouble was that it had dropped about half it's needles but din't seem to bother anyone at all...

Our court day was January 15th and we all had to go in there and say they same story 7 'er 6 times about the directions and how we was sorry to have broke the law and that we'd be good and help old ladies cross the street and we was all given $25 fines and another $37 in court costs which brings me to the quesion about them court costs... Hey, what do we pay taxes for, anyway??? Ain't this like double jeoprady, 'er something legalese like that???

But we din't go to jail and we was all good and broke from all the money goin' into Boss Hog's peepot but it was over and so what are ya' gonna do??? Yep!!! Invite all yer friends over to listen to Outlaws, Dead and smoke alot of pot... It was one of them coldass night that Richmond gets the middle of January and we had us a bigass wood stove in the livin' room with a bigass fire in it... Now that woodstove also had a bigass crack in the side but it din't much matter as long as it was roarin' and roarin' it was a'doin'...

This guy from Southside always had this weed that he called "skunk" and he had brought a bag of that skunk and I'll be the first to tell ya' that everyone was purdy danged messed up on that skunk stuff...

'Bout midnight on that coldass January 15th night that dried out Christmas tree and a spark from that bigass woodstove somehow got inroduced and it was love at first sight... Sho nuff was 'cause before anyone could actually comprehend what was occuring before them, let alone get their stoned ass off the couch, that tree was seriously burned up... I mean, gone burned up... Gone, gone gone burned up...

After a chorus of "Far out, mans" one of the womenz went into the kitchen, filled up a cook pot with water and threw it on what little fire was left burnin' on the trunk of the burned up Christmas tree while the rest of us rounded up fans, opened windows and doors to get the bad smoke out and after about a half an hour we was all back to listening to the Outlaws and Dead, smokin' that skunk and havin' some good laughs about everything... Kinda made us forget that $25 plus $37 in court fees fir the rest of the night...

Now adays, I don't smoke no skunk and steal no trees and one might attribute that to that night but that ain't so... Just can't find the skunk no more...

Ya'll have yerselves a Merry Christmas and don't put yer Christmas trees next to yer woodstoves, ya' hear???

Bobert


24 Dec 09 - 09:43 PM (#2796052)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Ebbie, away from home, house/dog sitting

Are you all alive to this day? What happened to the rest of them? lol


24 Dec 09 - 09:59 PM (#2796055)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Yeah, Eb, well at least 2 of 'um....

Billy D married an attornet lady, she put him thru college and he is now teaching history at some college in the boonies...

Stoner Bo went back to college, got his degree in computer stuff and has been working for the Department of Mental Health (Yeah, I know...???) as a programmer...

JD??? Prolly didn't do to well in life... Don't know what happened to him but it prolly wasn't good...

The womenz??? Ahhhhh, one of them is my son's mother and they are both in Oregon... Both stoners but my son is at least in college... His mom??? Don't ask...

The other womenz and the skunk guy??? Donno???

Me??? Ahhhhhhh...

B~


24 Dec 09 - 10:12 PM (#2796061)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Ebbie, away from home, house/dog sitting

I'd like to read the whole story. How about jotting down some more memories?


24 Dec 09 - 10:37 PM (#2796071)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

Sounds like a typical tale from back in the day...the early 70s. ;-)


25 Dec 09 - 09:19 AM (#2796214)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

What, Eb??? Like the cops names??? The color of the Falcon??? lol...

Actually, like LH says, it was the 70s and I'm lucky to be able to retrieve that much but...

...oh geeze... There are a 'plenty of stories about that stoner house... One is that I found it for rent quite by accident... It was 3 houses on 11 acres just east of Downtown Richmond and at the end of a road and over several years, as other houses of the three became available our friends oved in and so we had a nice little stoner community (mostly muscians, too) right htere 10 minutes from downtown, completely surrounded by woods and with a big garden in the middle and folks would come to our infamous parties and be amazed that this property existed so close to downtown and in what alot of folk thought to be the bad side of town... We even named it The Federation of Fulton Hill and had a flag desigend... And when we thru parties, they were parties... We had a annual Rights of Spring party and every danged musican in the city showed and with 11 acres and 3 houses there was plenty room for jams...

Well, maybe some more stuff will surface later on the Christman Tree story, I donno... Maybe not...

B~


25 Dec 09 - 09:42 AM (#2796224)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: akenaton

Bob....What the F... is a "stoner"?


25 Dec 09 - 10:04 AM (#2796231)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: olddude

LOL OMG !!! PRICELESS


25 Dec 09 - 10:28 AM (#2796241)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Well, Ake... Ahhhhhh, it's like this, ol' son... You takes you a little cannibus sativa (prefeably the bud, ahhhh, flower...) and you either roll it up into this cigarette kinda thing (joint) or you put the stuff in a pipe and then you strike a match and put the flame from the match close enough to this cannibus stuff while inhalin' the smoke from the cannibus stuff... And then you either cough, or not, before yellin' out "Cowabunga", or "Wow, this is some dynomite shit", or both... That is a stoner...

Try it, you'll like it...

B~


25 Dec 09 - 10:33 AM (#2796243)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bill D

A 'stoner' is an individual who indulges in the inhalation of the smoke of cannibus sativa and related compounds to a perhaps excessive degree, preferably in a semi-continuous manner, supposedly to enhance the lugubrious aspects of life and cultivate interpersonal relationships with members of alternate genders...of various sorts.

or sumthin' like that.


25 Dec 09 - 10:37 AM (#2796244)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bill D

As you can see, I was NOT one...and have had the intrinsic sense of the experience described by one WAY more qualified than I.


25 Dec 09 - 10:41 AM (#2796245)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bill D

(although I once DID have some stuff grown under lights in a silo in Benton, Kansas that would curl Bobert's toes!)


25 Dec 09 - 10:41 AM (#2796246)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,bankley

in the spirit of 'The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers' , 'Cheech and Chong' and an array of other characters who's names I, ahhh, forgot

B. You are funny.... you gotta be a 'hoot' to be jammin' with mon
maybe one day... thanks R.


25 Dec 09 - 12:14 PM (#2796263)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: akenaton

Thanks Bob.... we dont have that expression over here :0)

There is an old family lives down the road called Munroe, all the male members were nicknamed "Stoner"
Stoner Duncan, Stoner Neil, Stoner Alan
As far as I know its been a tradition for over 200 years but nobody knows where the name came from.

AS these old guys never smoked anything stronger than "Thick Black" tobacco, I guess it must have been sumphin' else.
I thought I had just unravelled a 200 yr old mystery :0)


25 Dec 09 - 12:20 PM (#2796265)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Sorry, Ake, to disappoint ya'... But ya' know that cannibus *has* been 'round a long time... Who knows???... Maybe you have solved the puzzle without even knowin' it???

B~


25 Dec 09 - 01:25 PM (#2796288)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

A stoner is also someone who has discarded traditional religions and traditional customs in favor of a new religion...a cult devoted to gathering with other cult memberes and sucking a vile-smelling smoke into one's lungs in a convivial manner while doing much vigorous coughing (because the lungs are fighting desperately to keep themselves alive and functioning under the circumstances).

Following the coughing, the cult member says something appreciative like "Wow. Good shit!" He then passes the "joint" over to the next worshipper who repeats the process.

It is fairly obligatory for cult members to discuss the origins and quality of the aforesaid "good shit", and they can do so for hours. Some good shit comes from Asia, some comes from Mexico and Latin America, some is grown locally on vacant lots, on balconies or in your bedroom or basement under a grow light.

The police, for some inexplicable reason, show a great deal of interest in "good shit", although they seldom smoke it themselves...at least not in public anyway! They will go to great efforts to discover where people are growing their shit or where they are hiding it. This would be understandable were the police willing to share in the fun of smoking it, but they are not! Instead, these uniformed miscreants will either STEAL it...or worse yet, they will destroy it in an act of outright vandalism!

The antisocial foolishness so offensive to devout stoners continues as the judges, lawyers, and courts get into the act, punishing the hapless stoners who worship and partake in "good shit". This is probably because the judges and lawyers are deeply jealous, given the fact that they can't grow "good shit" themselves and are too uptight to learn how to.

It's very petty behaviour, if you ask me.

Now, all you have to do to educate yourself about "good shit" and its relative value is to make friends with some stoners, hang around their place, and watch carefully what they do and listen to what they say.

You will soon discover that "good shit" makes a person get pretty laid back and easy-going. An uncharitable way of putting it would be: "fuckin' lazy and good-fer-nothin'!"   It can also give some people "the munchies", meaning they will raid the fridge a lot and order pizza and stuff.

You can smell a stoner from quite a ways off, because he and everything he wears smells like burnt shit. This will really bother you if you don't smoke anything yourself. Trust me. ;-) A stoner is 5 or 6 times more likely to be male than female, but there are still a reasonable number of female stoners, so the race is not likely to die out any time soon.

Stoners are easy to get along with, affable, and easily amused. A stoner can happily spend 2 or 3 hours being fascinated by the pattern in the wallpaper, and he can get by with a vocabulary of less than 24 words and short phrases. He is also generous, always willing to share freely in his habit, which is more than you can say about the Mafia.

Stoners are pretty safe to be around, because they are usually too relaxed to get uptight about anything. Stoners are very seldom on time for anything, so don't expect them to show up when they said they would...UNLESS it is to pick up some "good shit". If it is, then you can set your watch by them.

If the German Army had all been stoners, WWII would have ended in a decisive Allied victory by around, oh, maybe early June 1940... ;-) Too bad Hitler wasn't a stoner, eh? It would have saved a lot of lives.


25 Dec 09 - 02:03 PM (#2796309)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Well, good shit and Mexico in the same sentence is no longer true... Mexican shit is just that... Okay, there used to be some real good shit grown there but no more... Best shit is grown in the US of A and is cloned good shit... No seeds and stronger than anything you could get in the 70s...

As fir Hitler and WW II... Yeah, had he been a stoner then we could have avoided that entire episode of insanity...

Now, as fir coughin'... Yeah, okay, if yer smokin' joints then yer gonna get alot more of it than if you are a "bonger"... BTW, Stoner Bo's nickname was and still is "Bonger"... I mean, that's how much things have changed when people call him Bonger who really wouldn't know a bong from a plumbin' S-trap...

Back to the story for Eb's curiosity... I really didn't learn about Billy D becoming a danged history ptofessor until about 10 years ago when I threw a party for the old gang and one of them had his phone number.... So I called him to invite him... He told me that he had kids, was a professor and a respected mwmber of the community just before thinkin' me for the invite and makin' some lame excuse as to why he and his wife wouldn't be able to attend... My thinkin' is that he must have thought that either he was afraid that we might let his wife in on his stoner days or that we all were just like we were in the 70s and still getting stoned everyday... I donno...

B~


25 Dec 09 - 04:29 PM (#2796375)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Just after Xmas.....

Late 70's. Just after Xmas break at uni. We were dry. The RCMP had put on a big push and there was no weed at all... AT ALL. 64 guys in the residence (kinda like a frat house fer ye southerners) and not one toke. Not even a roach was stirring. Four whole days.

So, my buddy said it was time to resort to drastic measures. I fired up the Yellow Bat (Bug) at 5PM and off we went into the darkness. When we hit hwy 7 the ice patches, some two inches thick, were so bad, 40mph. An hour later, buddy says, slow down... yeah, I think this it it, turn here.

The hill as steep, but I had 6.5s with studs in the rear so that VW would stick to ice like shit on a blanket.

Slow down... turn up there.... okay, slow down... pull over. We were in a gully running perpendicular to the road. Just trees and snow on a back woods road.

I figured he was lost and needed to ponder... or piss. He got out and started to climb over the high snow bank. Oh, he had to take a crap? He turned and waved "come on".

He produced a flashlight, and at that moment, I had a flash... what the hell is going on?

He shone the light on it and said, "Good, no ice or frost." "It" was a trail of timbers attached to hardwood stumps about four feet high and it ran along the side of the gully, through pines.

As we rounded a turn in the gully, I saw the log cabin. It was huge. At least 40 feet by 30 feet and 1 1/2 storeys. He stopped and said to hush and to wait while he appraoched. Someone was playing a guitar and singing and I could hear children playing.

My buddy stopped about 30 feet from the cabin and pushed a peeled spruce tree that was slung on two ropes up against an old oil drum tied to a tree. Silence. He hollered the old words, "Hello the camp."

I knew the accent immediately... "Whaht business"? Buddy answered, "My name is X X and I have come to ask you about X."

"Show you to me."

Mu buddy walked into the light shining from one of the windows and I heard, "Look, it's X come to visit. Now, you just stay riiight theyah until I set the dahhgs."

Upon entering the cabin, I was amazed. It was "open"... not a complete upper floor, but there were some floors here and there with "rooms" without walls. And kids hanging from the rafters, playing. About 8 kids.

We were immediately offered food, home made wine, tea, coffee, and many questions. Lovely conversation. And, yes, weed.... from a certain MacDonald's Tobacco tin which was from a very good year. There were a lot of tins lining one wall.

X was a draft dodger who settled in the hills of southwestern New Brunswick. He squatted on Crown Land in back of beyond. Many of these lads were actually deeded land by some Canucks who opposed the Vietnam Conflict.

Oh... as far as a lot of tins... he had one of those old cigarette rolling machines that made 5 at a time. The tins all contained rolled joints.

Finally, after conversation filling him in on the latest news of the world and a few tunes, the purpose of the visit was told. He led us along another set of timbers mounted on tree stumps to a huge barn built over the head of a rill fed by a spring. He used the tree slung door knocker against the door jamb timber and I wondered why with a quizzical to look to my buddy. My buddy whispered, "Larry.", and smiled and stifled a laugh.

We entered and climbed a rope to the attic.... ahhhhhhh... holy shhhit! Hangin upside downie was a whack a weed. He grabbed a large plastic bag and "milked" some plants. He asked if that was enough. I thought, yeah, I don't even know if I have enough money for all that. It was a large bag of boo. My buddy could see my concern and asked the price. X said, "$20 if you can manage it." I sprained my wrist gettin the coin outta my ass pocket.

Then, I heard it. Sounded like a Pontiac that wouldn't start on accounta wet solenoids or sommat. Anyone ever heard one a them knows what I mean. Since I was buzzin, I asked WTF is that? Oh, that's Larry. He's pissed that we are wakin him and the girls up. I'll go back down first and take care of him.

Now, anyone who knows sheep knows what I am talkin about except for one thing. Hairy Larry (named by one of the young children) was the biggest ram I ever saw. And he was pissed! X descended the rope and Larry was rising on his hind legs and going for it. X kicked him in the head and when Larry fell on his side, X let go of the rope and jumped on Larry and grabbed him by the ears. That was when he yelled, "GO!" We got out and so did X. X said, I hate that, but, fact is, that ram could kill a bear.... best ram I ever had.

Anyway.... the trip back home was at 60mph. When we came through the front door, everyone was there... my buddy had been elected president of X earlier in the eve (nobody thought he would be... it was a lark... a scam... a parody of the student government) and residence tradition was to be thrown into the swimming pool (indoor pool, or weren't you reading the whole post?).

So, off he goes. One, twooo, threee... Spaaaalasshhh. And then me... but... one... twooo.... and I hollered out, "I GOT WEED!" I did not get wet. Well, a bit later... yeah, but I made them carry me down three flights of stairs.

What a party!

Ahhhh.... memories... from back when we would live forever. The innocence and naivety of youth.


26 Dec 09 - 09:38 AM (#2796671)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Nothin' like good stoner stories, gn-zer, fir goin' into the new year... That one reminds me of a couple "aquisition' stories but they kinda get lost in the translation... But I never had to wrestle with no farm animals in any of mine so ya' got me on that count...

B~


26 Dec 09 - 11:55 AM (#2796725)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Blind DRunk in Blind River

Hey Gnu! That was like the best fippin' story I have herd in years!!! Holy flip!

Lissen...if enywon needs some dinamyte weed you should meet me at back of Tim Horton's in Blind River weekdays after 4 pm. I have homegroan that will kick yer ass halfways acrost town!

- Shane


26 Dec 09 - 01:26 PM (#2796766)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Back then, and even today I suppose but not so much due to the new tech, it was common for boats to run in and quickly dump a load of weed off the Bay of Fundy coast using an old lobster poaching trick.

If ya know the depth and ya know the tide, you know how long the rope should be so that the buoy is submersed at all times. This is even more important when you have the highest tides in the world. Have a boo at the vid.

So, a buddy of mine used ta live in Alma. He had a fishin boat and he was a good ol boy times 11. Rough and tough as they come... joined the RCN at 15 on accounta he didn't like school. Soon found out that 8 hours on deck and 4 hours a "school" EVERY day was worse, but it paid off in the long run.

Anyway, one day, he was checkin a pot (yeah, I know... that's two) and seen this here green buoy. Not his pot but it was his spot. Even poachers have some honour - and some common sense, especially when yer infringin on the spot of someone who just don't take no shit on principle.

So, he latches on and starts the winch. WTF? The old girl listed about 4 and the winch strained. Hell of a go. And there it was. Not a hope a gettin that aboard with the pot winch (that one don't count). So, he swings the davit and uses the chain hoist... and full to Cape Enrage.

He cut the thing open and it was Black hash. Can you say, "rich."? And, then, "dead"? Back to where he got it, over it went, and straight to the dock.

He told me that story in 1985 when I worked with him on a construction job in Labrador.

In 1978, a buddy of mine told me that he knew wehere ya could buy Black hash fer $5 a g, 2 fer $7! After a taste, we being prudent shoppers, the lads in the residence pooled our money and bought a quarter. Best damn hash I ever smoked. Better n Leb Blond. It was so cheap on accounta it had a real funny smell. Kinda like Shediac Bay at low tide in July.

We nicknamed it Seaweed.

No shit! (3)


26 Dec 09 - 05:25 PM (#2796891)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Blind DRunk in Blind River

Geez! I am startin' to wish I lived on the flippin' East Coast, eh?

- Shane


26 Dec 09 - 06:49 PM (#2796931)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Yeah, gn-zer... Lotta weed came up the Chesepeake Bay back in the 70s on both sail boats and motor boats... Lotta places to put in with a 12 foot John boat and meet yer "friends" off the Virginia side of the the bay... Not that I know anything about that, mind you...

As fir livin' on the East Coast, Shane??? What, are you a retard, 'er what??? You can move in with Amos and buy the good shit legally on just about every corner 'cause it's friggin', ahhhhhh, legal there.... Heck, you can grow up to like 30 plants and they won't bother you at all... So go west, young man... Go west...

B~


26 Dec 09 - 06:59 PM (#2796941)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amergin

That's why Amos lives there....


26 Dec 09 - 08:45 PM (#2796998)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

I see that you know the boy, too, A-gin...


27 Dec 09 - 01:12 AM (#2797040)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Blind DRunk in Blind River

Are you flippin' SEE-reous??? It's legal where Amoes lives? Holy flip. He lives in Cali-flippin'-fornica doesnt' he? I gotta find a map and get bus money! I wonder what kinda I.D. I will need at the border? Do they take Canadian Tire money? Maybe I can get refujee statis on account of the bad way the cops have treated me here with their harrasment and all.

- Shane

p.s. DON'T EVER call me a retread!!!


27 Dec 09 - 09:08 AM (#2797207)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Yo, Shane,

Hold on there, son... I got some good news fir ya'... Ya' see, Washington, D.C., you know, where the USA capitol is, voted 8 years ago to make the stuff legal and now that Bush, you know, that president who started all them wars, is gone the new president, you know, that skinny black guy on the TV, says that's it's okay in his book if D.C. goes ahead and legalizes it, too... Any of that confuse you, son??? Well, it did me, too... Lemme put it another way... Don't move in with Amos jus' to get some weed when you might be able to move in with beardedbruce, take the Metro and get all the weed you want...

What, you don't like beardedbruce??? Hey, don't listen to stuffy ol' Little Hawk... Beardedbruce ain't a bad guy once you get to know him... Okay, he's a tad on the misdirected side but, hey, look around you, son...

Okay, if you really don't like beardedbruce then maybe you could move into BillD's basement... He's got alot of cool machines down there which I'm sufre are alot of fun when you get all smoked and he ain't half as misdirected as beardedbruce...

But now if ya' just can't wait then maybe Amos is a good temp-fix fir ya'... Plus, it's warm out there and all the girls look like Miss February but better 'cause they ain't got staples in their bellies...

Ahhhhhh, lastly, Shane-o... I'd never call you a retread 'er anything else that is suggestive of round rubber things.... You can take that to the bank...

B~


27 Dec 09 - 07:44 PM (#2797573)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Rapaire

Back to the top, so I can read it all when I get back home tomorrow.


27 Dec 09 - 09:48 PM (#2797609)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bee-dubya-ell

I don't have a stoner Christmas story. In fact, though I had some stoner periods, I pretty much avoided the extremes of the recreational drug experience. Oh, I indulged in all the usual suspects, but not in high dosages or for extended lengths of time. Okay, there was that one cow pasture full of mushrooms, but that was an exception. Hell, they were free, for God's sake! If God hadn't wanted people to eat the things, He wouldn't have put 'em out there, would He? But that's not the story I'm gonna tell. I'm gonna tell you about something that happened early in my senior year in college*....

My then-wife and I were living in a small mobile home park with a bunch of other students for neighbors. We'd been there for a few days when the fellow who lived in the trailer next door came over and introduced himself. Frank was his name. Frank asked if we had a teabag he could borrow. Sure, we had a teabag. "Great!" Frank said, "Ya'll wanna get high?" Well, I'd heard of pot bein' referred to as "tea" by some folks, but I'd never heard of actually smoking real tea. But Frank sits down at the kitchen table, breaks open the teabag, puts a joint-sized quantity of orange pekoe onto a rolling paper, reaches into his shirt pocket and pulls out a small pill bottle filled with some black goo, pours some of the goo onto the tea, rolls it up into a joint, sets it on fire, we pass it around.... Within two tokes I was higher than I'd ever been off of anything that didn't have the name "Owsley" associated with it.

Well, it seemed that Frank had spent the previous summer abroad and one of the places he'd been was Lebanon. He had gone there with the intention of scoring some good Lebanese hashish, but had happened upon this new stuff called "hash oil" which was like the essence of cannibis, distilled down to liquid form. Ten times more potent than regular hash. An eyedropper full was the equivalent of an ounce of average strength pot, and he'd brought back a couple of wine bottles full of it. It was such a new thing at the time that the customs people had no idea what it was. He said an agent had opened one of the bottles, smelled it, made a face, put the cork back in and waved him on.

Anyway, we got blasted with Frank pretty regularly for about a month until one day Frank came knocking on the door again, looking white as a sheet. "Aw, man!" he exclaimed, "You aren't gonna believe what happened!" Well, seems that Frank had decided the hash oil wasn't quite strong enough to suit him, so he'd poured his last pint or so of it into a sauce pan, put it on the stove on low heat to cook it down a bit more, and promptly fell asleep. When he woke up, the trailer was full of smoke and what was left of the hash oil was a lump of charcoal in the bottom of the sauce pan.

Shortly thereafter, Frank withdrew from the university and disappeared. Whether he went back to Lebanon to get some more hash oil. I have no idea.


* "In college" means the same as "at university" for you UK types. Don't ask me why we Yanks always say "in college" regardless of whether the institution calls itself a college or a university. Maybe "university" has too many syllables and abbreviating it "uni" just sounds too pansy-assed. It's something you UKers can get away with, but we can't. Sorta like calling football "footie". That'd get your ass kicked at any sports bar in the US.


28 Dec 09 - 08:02 AM (#2797707)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Goin' me down at university
Gonna get my hash oil boiled
Goin' me down at university
Gonna get my hash oil boiled
Been in college way too long
My hash oil done got spoiled...

Somethin' like that, Bee-zer... Man, if I had been Frank I wounldn't have come outta that trailer fir a week... No, I'd make sure the doors and windows were tight, put me on an Outlaws or Dead LP and at least get what buzz waz left in the air...

B~


28 Dec 09 - 11:43 AM (#2797786)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Don McBride

TWO WHOLE BOTTLES FULL OF HASH OIL????????????????????????

JESUS FLIPPIN' KEERIST!!!!

I nearly flippin' passed out when I read that. Shane DID pass out. He is layin' heere on the floor like a dead man.

I wish to flip that them customs peiple were as ignorant now as they was back then, i would go to Lebinon and do what yer buddy Frank did, bring back a whole caseful of bottles of hash oil, and retyre fer life.

- Don McBride


28 Dec 09 - 12:16 PM (#2797801)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: olddude

Great Story my friend found this elaborately decorated bong at a yard sale, He put it on ebay and told me "Hey check out the great Turkish tobacco pipe I found" .. I laughed and told him, you have bong ... didn't know what it was ... Ebay took it off saying we don't allow drug related items ... LOL He turned 5 shades of red ..


28 Dec 09 - 02:41 PM (#2797871)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

See, that's what is wrong with America... You know, takin' a bong off ebay... I mean, geeze... Bongs are better fir yer lungs that rollin' papers... Heck, they oughtta sell bongs in health food stores...

Me??? I gotta some medical stuff I found many years ago during one of my svagenging expeditions in an old abandoned warehouse for the Medical College of Virginia... All it needed were a few rubber stoppers with holes drilled in 'um and this thing is like the bong to beat all bongs... You can use ice water in it and don't much matter, you ain't goin' go coughin' out yer innards... Okay, maybe not Lebanese hash which is very tricky under any circumstance... Gotta portion taht stuff no matter how ya' smoke it 'cause that stuff can put a hurt on ya'...

B~


28 Dec 09 - 04:02 PM (#2797938)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

BWL.... in Canuck, "college" means a trade school or a prep school for uni.


28 Dec 09 - 05:14 PM (#2797990)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

One can use a bong to smoke tobacco too.


28 Dec 09 - 05:19 PM (#2797996)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Tobacco... now, THAT should be illegal.


28 Dec 09 - 05:19 PM (#2797997)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: olddude

LH trust me this one wasn't fer tobaccey   lol


29 Dec 09 - 09:15 AM (#2798386)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Rapparee

Up, boy! I'm not done with you!


29 Dec 09 - 10:39 AM (#2798464)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

Experiencing that annoying little dysfunction again, Rapaire?


29 Dec 09 - 11:20 AM (#2798508)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Edthefolkie

Why does this thread remind me of the big house I lived next to (1971-1972) round the corner from Portobello Rd? It was painted purple and yellow all over and a steady stream of freaks went in & out at all hours. It resembled one of Robert Crumb's nightmares and you could smell the skunk from Wormwood Scrubs. It must have been the only house round there that was demolished rather than being yuppified and sold for a million quid!

Now WE weren't stoners, we were alcofrolics!


29 Dec 09 - 11:38 AM (#2798531)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: olddude

The guys I lived next to in the dorm at College, well you could never see in their room, there was always a smoke filled fog that surrounded them. Well one time they decided that some beer would be good, not having any money it was going to be a no go. Suddenly Larry looks out the window. A couple of the Football players had stashed two cases of beer out the window 2 floors below them on the ground. It was 6 packs in cans. The took a clothes line, made a coat hanger hook and fished up both cases. You could hear the huge Football guys screaming, what happened how could someone get in to take it ... it disappeared ... I could believe my eyes when I walked into their room and someone said , hey fish up another 6 er ... LOL

good grief


29 Dec 09 - 11:54 AM (#2798547)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

Typical college stuff. Some of the idiocy I saw at college I will never forget. A bunch of guys moved this other guy's entire dorm room contents out onto the law from his second floor room and arranged it exactly the same way...only out on the lawn. Everything was there...furniture, bed, books, potted plants, pictures, clothing, personal items of every sort, wastepaper basket, all the stuff from his washroom, record collection...everything! And it was all set up the same way too, only the toothbrush and that stuff were on the ground instead of up on the washroom counter area.

Fortunately it didn't rain tbat day. That would have been not good at all.

The guy arrived back to find his room completely empty and was stunned, to say the least. Then he looked out the 2nd story window and saw it all standng on the lot below. Well, he was not very amused, but all the guys who had done it got together after having a good laugh about it and helped him move it all back, and then they had some beers (naturally).

They also took someone's subcompact car and carried it over and put it in a place that you couldn't possibly drive it out of.

It's amazing what stupid things bored young men will do to dispose of their excess sexual energy....kind of like a roving pack of dogs...you have to keep a close eye on them at all times.


29 Dec 09 - 02:58 PM (#2798692)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

What's "stupid" about that stuff... Sounds like fun to me... Might of fact, I been thinkin' of doin' exactly that with the P-Vine's office come spring time seein' as I don't have the manpower to get her Honda CRV on the roof of the barn...


29 Dec 09 - 04:24 PM (#2798757)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

Always looking for new ways to endear yourself to her, eh, Bobert?


29 Dec 09 - 04:35 PM (#2798768)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Hey, she's worth it, LH... Sho nuff is...


29 Dec 09 - 05:04 PM (#2798784)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

"Room hits" were the norm. Moving furniture... best I ever saw was one time a lad was in the NEXT room and his furniture was moved.

Then, there was always the garbage can leaned up against the door full of water (and, sometimes, including "punchies" from the computer room cards).

Saw a room filled with snow. Saw one filled with crinkled newspaper.

Worst... a mackeral place on the fins of the heater. Took the lads two days to decide to remove the cowling and look.

I NEVER had a room hit in five years. I left my door unlocked. I jammed the passage set and plumbed the door so that it could just be pushed open and would shut on it's own.

Odd the things you recall that mean sommat to you and nowt to anyone else. >;-)


30 Dec 09 - 02:42 PM (#2799469)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Sooooo... Mumbles and Snatch got into the tequila shots. After a half a quart each, they fired up some Wowie and decided to look at the moon and make snow angels.

That's when they spotted the canoes that belonged to the Don of the next door residence. They tried to use it like a toboggan on the hill next to the dining hall but it kept nosing in and throwing them out. That's when they decided to take the canoe to The Old Arts Building... there is a sidewalk that runs on a pretty good hill down to Head Hall (yup... the Engineering building... I was a injuneer).

The canoe, an Old Town (the Don was from Maine), rapidly gained speed and hit the front of the Cadillac exiting the Head Hall parking lot with such force that the grill and radiator were toast.

Mumbles and Snatch were thrown on top of the Caddy and slid off the back of it, ran through the lot and into a back door of my residence and made their way to my room. I had seen the "accident" from my window after my roomie had said, "Check this out! Some nuts are in a canoe up the hill.", but did not realize who the nuts were.

Luckily, my roomie was 6'5" and so was Mumbles. Me and Snatch were about the same size too. A quick change of clothes and they left.

Now, here's the REAL stoner part. They went out and talked to the cops and the driver the Caddy. Said they saw two guys running like mad around Head Hall and down the hill.

Now, here's the best part. Wowie was hard to come by and it cost a lot more. Guess what fell out of Snatch's jacket pocket. >:-)


30 Dec 09 - 02:51 PM (#2799474)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

BTW... Snatch's nick-nickname was Mons Pubis. You do the math.


30 Dec 09 - 03:30 PM (#2799504)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

Math?? LOL!!! That ain't math, it's Art Appreciation!!


A


30 Dec 09 - 07:11 PM (#2799675)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

Those 2 guys sound like what you would get if you osterized Shane in a large blender or a cement mixer, distilled the resulting goop down to its purest essence, and used it to artificially inseminate a half-witted donkey...


02 Jan 10 - 10:34 AM (#2801471)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Sawzaw

AP:

LONDON Elton John says he has been helping American rapper Eminen fight drug problems for more than a year.

John says Eminem is succeeding in his well-publicized battle against substance abuse.

John told BBC Radio Saturday that as a recovered drug abuser he is happy to help people if they want the assistance but drugs make people so cocky and arrogant that they often reject help.

Eminem has written about his substance abuse problems in the past.


02 Jan 10 - 11:25 AM (#2801525)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

I like Smarties.


02 Jan 10 - 06:35 PM (#2801889)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Ed T

Back when I was in first Uni, in 1969, there was a free house where anyone could crash. A buddy of mine lived there....there were few official rules...people roaming in and out....few, if any rules, a lot of folks in sleeping bags...and a bit of free love in the atmosphere.

One night I visited a friend who had a room there....we drank and smoked quite a bit in his room, and listened to the many free albums they got through the Record of the Month club.

About three in the morning he told me he had bought a few cans of bargain basement paint, to paint his walls. "Why not do it now" I said. Well we really got into it....mixing all the colours, and oil and water based paints. I has an idea, why not create an art wall....by throwing mixtures on the wall. We did this for awhile...and it looked quite good to a couple of boozed, overtired, smoked up guys.

The next morning I was advised I was banned from ever setting foot in the free access house....because I had broken an unwritten rule. I was officially the only person ever banned from the house.

My friend continue to live there for the rest of the year...we often got around....I just never got to visit him at his room...Looking back...it is a special memory of that period. I felt it was kind of a star in my rebel hat.


02 Jan 10 - 06:45 PM (#2801902)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Little Hawk

Way to go, man. ;-) It was popular in those days to paint idiotic colors on the walls of rooms, such as dark purple and deep red, but you pretty well never saw a bright pink room! That was uncool. One dimwit painted his whole room gloss black. You didn't want to be in there for long. It was very oppressive.


03 Feb 10 - 03:17 PM (#2829090)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

"U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in San Diego found more than $1 million worth of marijuana hidden in a shipment of bananas at the Mexico border, officials said Wednesday.

A drug-sniffing dog alerted officers to the shipment Monday when a 40-year-old Mexican truck driver applied to cross into the United States at the Otay Mesa cargo facility, the agency said in a statement.

When officers opened the boxes in the truck, they found 235 packages of marijuana weighing nearly a ton hidden among bunches of bananas, the statement said. Officers seized the marijuana, which is worth an estimated $1.17 million.

The driver was arrested by agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Last week, 315 packages of marijuana weighing 3,877 pounds were found hidden in a shipment of peppers and beans at the cargo facility."


Um, did Bobert say he was traveling lately? I wish he'd CALL me before trying this stunt down at Otay Mesa. I coulda tole him about those dogs...


25 Mar 10 - 03:53 PM (#2871766)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

Measure to legalize marijuana will be on California's November ballot



Supporters of the initiative collected well more than the 433,971 signatures needed for it to go before voters in the fall, again putting the state at the forefront of the nation's drug debate.
By John Hoeffel



An initiative to legalize marijuana and allow it to be sold and taxed will appear on the November ballot, state election officials announced Wednesday, triggering what will probably be a much-watched campaign that once again puts California on the forefront of the nation's debate over whether to soften drug laws.

The number of valid signatures reported by Los Angeles County, submitted minutes before Wednesday's 5 p.m. deadline, put the measure well beyond the 433,971 it needed to be certified. Supporters turned in 694,248 signatures, collecting them in every county except Alpine. County election officials estimated that 523,531 were valid.

The measure's main advocate, Richard Lee, an Oakland marijuana entrepreneur, savored the chance to press his case with voters that the state's decades-old ban on marijuana is a failed policy.

"We're one step closer to ending cannabis prohibition and the unjust laws that lock people up for cannabis while alcohol is not only sold openly but advertised on television to kids every day," he said.

Lee, tapping $1.3 million from his businesses, has put together a highly organized campaign that he emphasized Wednesday would be led by a team of experienced political consultants, including Chris Lehane, a veteran operative who has worked in the White House and on presidential campaigns.

"There's all kinds of big professional politicos who are coming on board now to take it to the next level," Lee said.

Opponents have also started to put together their campaign. "There's going to be a very broad coalition opposing this that will include law enforcement," said John Lovell, a Sacramento lobbyist who represents the California Police Chiefs Assn. and other law enforcement groups. "We'll educate people as to what this measure really entails."


25 Mar 10 - 04:07 PM (#2871785)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Is this an immigration strategy?


25 Mar 10 - 04:08 PM (#2871787)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

No, we're just trying to keep the price of bananas down...


A


25 Mar 10 - 04:13 PM (#2871793)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

I like bananas.

That was my nickname at uni. Not plural, of course.


25 Mar 10 - 05:12 PM (#2871848)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

This is gonna piss off a bunch of Mexican drug cartel folks, Amos... You want to do that??? I mean, they got plenty of guns bought right here in the gun capital of the world... You piss them poff and they are gonna come accross the border and maybe start a revolution... You want that???

Vote "yes" to weed...

...and "no" to continuing to sell so many guns that reach the bad guys...

B~


14 Dec 10 - 08:37 PM (#3053696)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Heck, it's Christmas and we need some cheer around here, don't we????

B;~)


14 Dec 10 - 08:41 PM (#3053699)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

Have yoursel' a high ole Xmas, Bobert, and give my love to the Peavine as well just fer keeping you fed and under control...


15 Dec 10 - 10:45 AM (#3054021)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Patsy

This sounds so much like the Isle of Wight through the 90's. I suppose you used old Christmas cards for roche paper too huh?


15 Dec 10 - 10:51 AM (#3054027)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Hmmmmm??? Never thought of rollin' up a Christmas card joint... Times musta been alot harder fir ya'll Isle'ers... I mean, back then you could get an entire pack of Zig-Zag official joint rollin' papers fir about 50 cents... Of course, an ounce of pot was $15...

And thanks, Amos... The P-Vine does both real well... Too well on the "controllin'" stuff...

B~


15 Dec 10 - 06:17 PM (#3054311)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: MarkS

There has got to be an updated version of "Alices Restaurant" in here somewhere!


15 Dec 10 - 06:29 PM (#3054323)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

Zig-Zag!! Are you listening?
On our brows, sweat is glistening!
Our heart rates are high,
As are you and I,
Wasted in a Stoner Wonderland.

Gone away, is the sherriff!
Here to stay
Is Gurdieff!
He keeps us amused
As language we lose,
Grokking in a Stoner's Wonderland!

In the cellar you lit up a reefer,
Made of Maui Wowie pure and fine.
If you ask do I want some I'd as lief, sir,
'Cuz leaf like that is sure to blow your mind!

Later on, paranoia
Will begin to destroy ya,
Ya gotta stay hip
To dig the whole trip,
Grooving in a Stoner's Wonderland!
Yeah, munching in a Stoner's wonderland.
Oh, grooving in a...I forget...never mind...

Say, didja ever REALLY look at Bobert's HANDS???

(Fade out)


15 Dec 10 - 07:40 PM (#3054386)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Hey, Amos... I like that song... I mean, I can hear it in my head...

(Yer a fuckin' stoner, Boberdz... You hear alot of shit in yer head...)

Bite me, anon...

What's this about my "HANDS???"... I mean, they look like stoner hands, 'er what??? Sheet fire??? What next??? Stoner feet and elbows??? What's this world comin' to, anyway???

But yeah, this was an "Alice's Restaurant" kinda story... Okay, the bust wasn't all that much fun... Glad they didn't go thru my old Falcon lookin' for, ahhhhhh, things 'cause there were, ahhhhhh, things in it... Might of fact, I don't unnerstand why they didn't impound my car, too, but they didn't... They just left it there???

But I can almost remember the sight of that Christmas tree going up right there in the living room... Man, those things burn fast when they are dry... I mean, 10 seconds and it was toast... That old house had plaster ceilings that were ten feet tall so all it did was blacken the ceiling (big deal) and smoke up the entire house (much bigger deal since it was a cold January night...

No matter... An hour later everyone was back to stonin' and listening to Bad Company or Outlaws turned way up...

Life is good when it's good...

B~


16 Dec 10 - 10:24 AM (#3054743)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: GUEST,Neil D

Great song Amos! ;<,)


06 Dec 11 - 09:31 PM (#3269578)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Refresh...

B~


06 Dec 11 - 10:51 PM (#3269609)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

BTW, I'm going to refresh this story until Christmas Day...

Have any of ya'll ever seen a dried out ol' Christmas tree burn??? Okay??? Inside the house???

Come on ya'll... Throw out a little ol' trash of yer own... The truth will set you free!!!

B~


06 Dec 11 - 11:37 PM (#3269631)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

How would you feel if I tried to structure it into a song, in the same vein as Merry Christmas from the Family? You already have the Alice's Restaurant massacree version on this thread, of which I sit in awe. What I have in mind is shorter and pithier.



I did it in the first link. Here is REK's version. Robert sing it like he's drunk, If you give me permission to write it, It may a little chemical help to sing it correctly.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6owbYgcAtVQ


07 Dec 11 - 08:45 AM (#3269789)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

You are a darned good songwriter, Jack, so go for it...

B~


08 Dec 11 - 08:48 AM (#3270413)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Refresh...


08 Dec 11 - 10:20 PM (#3270819)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

***


08 Dec 11 - 10:29 PM (#3270827)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

So... who is that singing? JtS?


09 Dec 11 - 08:20 AM (#3270988)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

On the clicky link, moi.


09 Dec 11 - 01:36 PM (#3271104)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Nice job, JtS.


10 Dec 11 - 07:45 AM (#3271442)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

2 weeks to Christmas...

B~


11 Dec 11 - 11:42 AM (#3272055)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Right around the corner so...

...be good 'cause Santa is watchin' you...

B;~)


11 Dec 11 - 06:36 PM (#3272279)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Is he with the RCMP? the FBI? InterploE?


11 Dec 11 - 06:51 PM (#3272287)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Santa supersedes these mortals, gn-ze... He laughs at them... But the good one's still get presents...

B~


11 Dec 11 - 07:11 PM (#3272290)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

No stems, no seeds?


11 Dec 11 - 07:31 PM (#3272296)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

You got it, buddy... Just righteous sticky bud... Why you think that Santa is so merry???

B;~)


11 Dec 11 - 09:26 PM (#3272352)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

Our, parents, like many Newfoundlanders, let us leave rum for the jolly.


12 Dec 11 - 09:25 AM (#3272506)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

That explains a lot, Jack...

I saw a clip of Santa trying to walk thru a parking deck and kinda fell over striking his poor Santa head on the left rear fender of a Toyota... Wasn't a purdy sight...

How's your song comin'???

B~


12 Dec 11 - 02:47 PM (#3272673)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

moderators would you please move the political trolling to its own thread?


12 Dec 11 - 02:57 PM (#3272677)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

The song is going well, Distilling and refining, thinking about the music.


12 Dec 11 - 04:04 PM (#3272724)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

I agree JtS.

JtS... "Our, parents, like many Newfoundlanders, let us leave rum for the jolly."

Was it gone when you got up? >;-) Heheheheee.


12 Dec 11 - 04:04 PM (#3272726)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

Always. ;-)


12 Dec 11 - 05:57 PM (#3272800)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

Our, parents, like many Newfoundlanders, let us leave rum for the jolly.

That explains a lot, Jack...

You try getting sober reindeer to fly through 60 mph driving freezing rain!


12 Dec 11 - 08:54 PM (#3272885)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Joe Offer

Whether it belongs here or not, truthorfiction.com thinks the copy-paste from GfS is mostly fiction.

Google says the copy-paste appears on the Internet, the Source of All Knowledge, some 6,860 times. It must be true if it has been copy-pasted so many times - right?

-Joe-


12 Dec 11 - 09:03 PM (#3272888)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Well, Joe... As you know already, I don't think it belongs here... Nor does Jts...

All I can say on it is if we are going to allow an unregistered guest to post any unrelated cut & paste to post unrelated stuff on any thread they want to then Mudcat is on the slippery slope to ruin... I mean, there are some things that just ain't right...

This is one of them... You need to give this some thought...

B~


12 Dec 11 - 09:18 PM (#3272890)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Joe Offer

Well, Bobert, it's out of my realm. I'm the Mudcat Archivist and work primarily in the music section and with membership, links, and technical problems. I don't do "disciplinary" moderation any more, especially not in the BS section. My personal opinion is that anyone, liberal or conservative, who posts these stupid Internet lists at Mudcat, makes himself (or herself) look incredibly stupid - especially since most of these lists are so easily proven to be untrue.
If something has already been posted on the Internet thousands of times, why would anyone in his right mind think it worthwhile to post it at Mudcat?
Mind you, that's my personal opinion, not policy.

-Joe-


12 Dec 11 - 10:22 PM (#3272912)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: katlaughing

As requested, I have taken a look at the copy and paste. Mt assessment of it is much like Joe's, though I see there is an official "Obama Haters" thread, so if it fits, I'll move it.

kat - mod


12 Dec 11 - 10:28 PM (#3272915)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: katlaughing

It's late, I feel tired and have had a lot of pain today, not just physical since coming to the Mudcat tonight. Anyway, I tried moving the piece of crap and it wound up at the top of Bobert's Obama Haters thread (that's not such a good idea for a thread, imo), so I deleted the damn thing.

I am off t'bed for the night. Remember, personal attacks are what we are here to monitor and delete. The stupidity is wide open, even if I don't personally care for such as the C&P that was in this thread.

kat-mod


13 Dec 11 - 01:03 PM (#3273191)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

Stoner Christmas, A grand new country Christmas Outlaw Opera

(tune of Luckenbach Texas)
Lets go to Billy D's pulp lot and get us a nice Christmas tree
There was Bo riding shotgun, womenz in the back seat and me.

(tune of Away in a Manger)
In a hand painted falcon, we went on a spree
Billy D had directions, we were all smoking weed

(tune of Pretty Paper)
Pretty papers, rolling papers and weed
Marijuana, without any seeds
For Stoner Christmas, there's two things you need
Rolling papers, Pretty Papers and weed.

Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, your branches have a nice shape.
I was thinking for a pulp wood lot, it really had good land scape.

I saw three sets of flashing lights, and deputies, in their squad cars
I saw three sets of flashing lights, And deputies to arrest me.

Taken into custody for trying to steal a Christ a mas tree
Please don't look under the seat, Mister Dep u ty

(tune of Frosty the Snowman)
The judge and Bo's parents, were acquainted so they say
So he set us free on recognisance on that cold eventful day
There must have been some stoner luck in that half bag of weed
For when we left the impound lot, it was still under the seat!

Oh you better watch out, you better tread light
If they catch us again, the lockup tonight.
Now we're really stealing the tree.

Toking around the Christmas tree at the group house party hop
empty beer cans and donated stuff and a tree stand cinder block

Pretty papers, rolling papers and weed
Marijuana, without any seeds
For Stoner Christmas, there's two things you need
Rolling papers, Pretty Papers and weed.

(tune of Auld Lang Syne)
The watering had been forgot
When we got to New Year's time
The decorations covered up
The bareness of the pine

(tune of Family Tradition Hank II Chorus end)
We told the the judge to steal the tree, had not been our intention.
He told us if we paid our fines, we wouldn't get no detention

(tune of Good Hearted Woman)
A big roaring fire on a cold Jaunary night,
we were watching the sparks fly, from a hole in the stove, feeling tight
But we never considered that dry tinder box of a tree.
We just sat around a laughing and smoking that bag of skunk weed.

(tune of Noel)
Far out man, far out man, the stoners all spoke
When the sparks hits a branch and the house filled with smoke

(tune of Good Hearted Woman)
And the quick witted womenz doused out the flames with sauce pans
and cleared all the unwanted smoke with the use of box fans.

We wish you a stoner Christmas,
We wish you a stoner Christmas,
We wish you a stoner Christmas,
and a hashish New Year


13 Dec 11 - 02:00 PM (#3273230)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Danged, Jack!!!

I just got my internet back up and just checkin' a few things before returning to the my real work but I'll give this a good study this evening...

B~


14 Dec 11 - 09:39 AM (#3273613)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

11 days until before Santa lands on folks roofs... Ya'll better be good...

Heck of a song, Jack... You need to record it...

B~


14 Dec 11 - 10:42 AM (#3273644)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Donuel

If Hitler was a stoner he would probably still be a mean and ultra paranoid dude, but he might forget to act on it. The fact is that he had acquired a crystal meth habit for some time prior to gettin blown up by von Staffenberg, Hitler was a hyper paranoid nervous speed freak in charge of the Russian front. The doctor made himself indispensible to Adolf with his ever ready injection of speed. We all heard that speed kills while gettin stoned will lead to probably missing a great event.



So if you ever go back in time,
don't try to kill Hitler directly, instead eliminate or replace the doctor and fill the syringes with liquid THC instead of speed. Also tell the proganda minister of the discovery that medieval Germans had a round table of leaders in which they smoked a German weed in Meershaum pipes. Recommend the practice to current leaders so they can experience the same magic of their ancestors with what had been called Saxon skunk weed. After a couple months, "discover" the ancient German magic Mushrooms of the the King.


14 Dec 11 - 10:44 AM (#3273646)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

WTF???

100... I think???

B;~)


15 Dec 11 - 08:01 AM (#3274133)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Hope ya'll are still being nice 'cause Santa polishing up the sled...

B~


15 Dec 11 - 08:39 AM (#3274149)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: freda underhill

LoL! great song, Jack! (sorry 'bout the tree, Bbert!)


16 Dec 11 - 08:14 AM (#3274725)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Weren't much of a tree after the fire, freda... I mean, it was purdy brown by the time it went up in flames... Glad we had high ceilings and plaster or we could have burned the house down...

9 days 'til Christmas...

B~


17 Dec 11 - 09:48 AM (#3275431)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

8 days, kids... So ya'll better be good or it will be sticks 'n bricks for ya'll...

B;~)


18 Dec 11 - 09:23 AM (#3275957)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

1 week to be good or else...

B;~)


18 Dec 11 - 03:56 PM (#3276170)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

I bought some papers today. I hope Santa got my letter.


18 Dec 11 - 04:21 PM (#3276181)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

Pretty Papers?


19 Dec 11 - 08:55 AM (#3276503)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Good news, bad news, gn-ze...

Santa got your letter but he says you have been naughty this year & have fostered impure thoughts...

That so???

B;~)


19 Dec 11 - 12:41 PM (#3276609)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

Tell Santa he got it wrong. Gnu's been thinking about having impure Foster's.


19 Dec 11 - 04:32 PM (#3276734)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Impure thoughts? When I wake up, when I go to bed, in between, and sometimes I have dreams... hopefully. Of course, when I have impure dreams, I always wake up just before... you know... the happy ending.

Foster's? Not likely, mate. I prefer American... union made.


20 Dec 11 - 08:57 AM (#3277095)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

5 days left to make a good impression on the fat man...

B;~)


21 Dec 11 - 09:35 AM (#3277677)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

...then there were 4...

Be good, ya'll...

B;~)


21 Dec 11 - 10:07 AM (#3277695)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Pete Jennings

Looks like old Bobsy's bin a-stonin' agin. Now he thinks he's an advent calendar...


21 Dec 11 - 10:21 AM (#3277704)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Whad??? I mess up???

B~


21 Dec 11 - 11:54 AM (#3277765)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Pete Jennings

You're supposed to have chocolates in your advent calendar, not that other brown stuff...(!)


22 Dec 11 - 03:59 AM (#3278212)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Jack the Sailor

So now this Christmas.....


22 Dec 11 - 08:13 AM (#3278296)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Yeah, Jack... This Christmas has all the makings of a good ol' fashion, down and dirty slobber knocker... Hopefully no one will get arrested and the tree won't catch fire...

BTW, what's you doin' up at 3:59 in the f'n morning???

B~


22 Dec 11 - 04:36 PM (#3278573)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

BTW, 3 days... For all you naughty Catters it's too late to be nice... Yup, Santa put a dead line out there this year because of the economy and all... So, if you been bad might as well continue being bad 'cause it's gonna be sticks 'n bricks for ya...

B~


23 Dec 11 - 09:51 AM (#3278898)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Then there were TWO... Ya'll better get that tree cut and dragged in the house or Santa might pass ya'll slackers by...

B~


24 Dec 11 - 11:51 AM (#3279372)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Well, well, well...

Seems that we're down to 1 day, folks, so get in yer cars and drive to the malls and run up your credit cards... Heck, it's the American way!!!

B~


13 Nov 12 - 08:06 PM (#3436183)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Ho, ho, ho....

Well, folks, its' that time of year again so I figured that it was time to refresh some memories so...

...refresh...

B;~)


13 Nov 12 - 08:51 PM (#3436203)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

My memory is that Billy D fucked up big time. I'll read back after I have my peanut butter on toasted cracked wheat. I am colon friendly. (No choice at my age.) No shit. >;-)


13 Nov 12 - 09:12 PM (#3436211)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Well, Billy D kinda messed up on the directions... No kinda about it... Wrong farm... Wrong tree... But, hey, we all kinda messed up...

B~


13 Nov 12 - 09:21 PM (#3436215)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Eat yer cracked whet toast with peanut butter and ya won't mess up anything.


22 Nov 12 - 11:24 PM (#3440821)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Yup, gn-ze...

B~


23 Nov 12 - 12:05 PM (#3441007)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

When's the party? I'll make whores' devours with
these.


23 Nov 12 - 07:56 PM (#3441253)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Anything or anyone that is stoned is okay by me, gn-ze...

B~


23 Nov 12 - 08:20 PM (#3441257)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

maeve knows a stone wall master builder. Seems like building stone walls would be a perfect combination. Slow and easy, eh?

Will there be fruit cake at the party? I like fruit cake with a nice cup of herbal tea.


02 Dec 12 - 09:33 PM (#3445971)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Speakin' of a fruitcake, gn-ze... Yesterday in Richmond (where this story took place) they had the Christmas Parade and they had a giant fruitcake float/balloon which, unfortunately fir it, got hung up with a traffic light and lost... The traffic light popped the balloon and it was a heck of a mess...

BTW< I swear this really happened...

Talk about us being stoners???

B~


03 Dec 12 - 10:54 AM (#3446179)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Pete Jennings

It was a giant Rudolph, Bobs, and here's a video of it deflating...Rudolph. Bit funny/sad...


03 Dec 12 - 01:04 PM (#3446234)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Wow, Peter... That parade musta been something else 'cause last night I watched a YouTube of the giant fruitcake going down as well... I told the organizers not to let stoners work for 'um...

B~


03 Dec 12 - 01:21 PM (#3446248)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Pete Jennings

Everything is deflated!


05 Dec 12 - 07:45 PM (#3447770)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Those poor kids... Gonna be an entire group of folks in Richmond who will one day be treated for RDS, "Randolph Disorder Syndrome", in a couple three decades...

B;~)


06 Dec 12 - 04:59 AM (#3447913)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Randaolph? Oh! You mean the red EYED reindeer.


15 Dec 12 - 06:35 PM (#3452456)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Refresh...

B~


20 Dec 12 - 07:05 PM (#3455029)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Everyone being nice??? I mean, Santa has hidden cameras in ya'll's houses and he's checkin' on ya'll...

B~


20 Dec 12 - 08:48 PM (#3455097)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

I am as nice as a gnu, left alone to graze.

But, Santa has hidden cameras? I am gonna gore that mofo!


20 Dec 12 - 09:09 PM (#3455106)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Better watch out
better not cry
Better watch out
I'm tellin' ya why
Santa Claus is
packin' heat tonight...

Be careful, gn-ze... He's tricky... And don't turn yer back on them reindeer 'cause they'll bone ya' in a heartbeat...

B;~)


20 Dec 12 - 09:21 PM (#3455109)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Ain't never met a deer or dear I couldn't lick, Bobert. As fer the jolly old elf, I could just tell him jokes until his belly was jelly.


20 Dec 12 - 09:28 PM (#3455112)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Better work on yer material, gn-ze, 'cause word on the street is Santa's...

... packin' some big heat...

B;~)


21 Dec 12 - 07:11 AM (#3455258)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Pete Jennings

Nah, you getting your wires crossed, Bobs, he's on his way to see 999 with this...


21 Dec 12 - 08:08 AM (#3455282)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Yeah, I might have heard it wrong, Pete...

B~


24 Dec 12 - 09:42 AM (#3456517)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Refresh for Christmas...

BTW, since I first wrote about that Christmas I have tweaked it here and there and happy with the final form it took and so I decided that this year I would run off a few copies and send them to the "cast of characters", you know, "Stoner Bo" and "Stoner JD"... I'm sure that if their kids or grand-kids read it that they will deny it but, hey???

Happy Christmas Eve, ya'll and don't forget to keep yer Xmas tree away from the wood stove, ya' hear???

Stoner Bobert


21 Jan 13 - 04:35 PM (#3469608)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

Well Christmas is gone by, and Barack is in the White House, so all's well for another four years, or as well as could be if only Bobert could get rich.

Here's some good ole boys with a suggestion for yer cash crop, Bobez. Just as a favor to a friend, you unnerstan'.


A


21 Jan 13 - 04:46 PM (#3469619)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Catchy little tune... Ol' Boberdz done a few things in my day and seemed to dodge the bullet... No, lots of bullets... Can't really discuss details...

"Volunteered for the Army on my birthday
They draft the white trash first 'round here anyway
Done two tours of duty in the Vietnam
And I came home with a brand new plan
Take the seeds from Columbia and Mexico
And plant 'um up the holler down Copperhead Road

Well, the DEA's got a chopper in the air
Wake up screaming like I'm back over there
I learned a thing or two from Charlie don't ya' know
Better stay away from Copperhead Road"...

B;~)


21 Jan 13 - 06:31 PM (#3469664)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

A... great way to spread the tune link I just youse both earlier this afternoon.

Yer both welcome.


21 Jan 13 - 06:39 PM (#3469669)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

.... great way to spread the tune link I just SENT youse both earlier this afternoon. I did not do that on purpose just so I could repeat myself. I have better manners that that.


21 Jan 13 - 07:06 PM (#3469681)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

I got it but had already seem Amos's post... I think its a cool song... No Copperhead Road but, hey, what it???

B~


21 Jan 13 - 07:07 PM (#3469683)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

Gnu:

The one you sent me was a different song, or so I thought. But anyway, it's not as if you have some kind of custom or reservation over a tune posted elsewhere and if I wanted to share it with Bobert, or at least his pot-head public persona, I am certainly at liberty to do so. Let me also point out that you sent your links by BCC with a long explanation as to why, so even if it were the same link, I could not know you would have sent it to Bobert or Dilbert or Dogbert. So please pull in your long floppy ears, amigo.


A


21 Jan 13 - 07:36 PM (#3469697)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: gnu

Not my point.


21 Jan 13 - 08:03 PM (#3469706)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Was there a point??? Hmmmmmm???

(((cough)))

B;~)


21 Jan 13 - 11:21 PM (#3469762)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Amos

Well, thanks to Gnu for bringing it up, anyway, and my humble 'poltergeists for not acknowledging his diligent work in this department aforte this.


A


22 Jan 13 - 09:36 AM (#3469911)
Subject: RE: BS: Bobert's Stoner Christmas Story...
From: Bobert

Gn-ze is a busy boy now that he is retired...

B~