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Tuur

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Thursday, July 18th 2019, 1:23pm

..

imagine this nice, english style pub for pano coders geeks that sometimes in between need something else then a keyboard.
In the back there is a big garden, with tomato's, and a ditch.
Sometimes there is a party or some off topic discussion..
But mostly just nonsense and making a bit fun to get distracted and perhaps inspired..


.. what would you like to drink Sir?
i can recommend a house style Screwdriver.. and on the side perhaps homemade panini with biological, homegrown, vegetables, buffalo mozzarella and chorizo picante..

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Thursday, July 18th 2019, 1:30pm

@ Scott :

You know ... Marihuana is legal in the Netherlands *g* *whistling*

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Thursday, July 18th 2019, 3:04pm

Actually it is not.
In Swiss and US etc it is though.

No smoking in the bar!
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Thursday, July 18th 2019, 5:25pm

Toking in the US of A

I don't smoke or toke, but since we are off-topic...

In the US, federal law still lists Marihuana as a schedule one narcotic (the worst kind). Even growing hemp was illegal until recently because some strains are the source of Marihuana, so they must all be bad. Right??? All that was a political and cultural choice from the beginning. Nothing based on facts.

By contrast, some states have loosened laws by different degrees to where, in several, you can grow, sell and use Marihuana with little restriction other than normal business and tax laws. Connoisseurs and reviewers compare different strains as you might fine wines. You can imagine, there is a bit of legal conflict between federal and state, there. I happen to live in a state where any use of Marihuana, even medical, remains against the law, facts and public sentiment be damned -- at least on the part of the legislature. The governor and majority of citizens want it legalized.

Interesting times.