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January 4, 2014 6:20 PM

Biggest down side to legalizing pot? The expansion of stoner culture

Aside from health care reform, the most notable change for 2014 came from the state of Colorado, where it is now legal to buy marijuana for recreational use. I really don't care much about this, except for the growth of the stupid stoner culture.

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