Hempfest Boston 2010

September 18, 2010 by staff 

Hempfest Boston 2010, The city of Boston was founded on Puritan values. Puritan values clash of cultures drastically drastically Blue State. The prohibition of alcohol as the laws is a joke. It was not until recently that you can buy liquor, including beer and wine on Sundays in Massachusetts. Most sales of alcohol outside the premises were not allowed on Sundays until 2004.

Even with the Sunday alcohol ban lifted it still cannot be served after 2 PM. The subway stops at 1 am and bars close at 2 am, I thought Boston was a city college? In New Orleans, Las Vegas and other cities can only buy alcohol all day, but can also walk down the street with my drinking. I you are caught with an open container of alcohol in Boston win matching bracelets and a free trip to the local police station.

So despite having some of the strictest liquor laws in the country of Massachusetts have some of the looser marijuana laws. In the Bay State there is no need for a medical marijuana card. Marijuana is legal to all. If you are caught in the framework of an ounce of marijuana are simply issued a ticket for $ 100. Oh yeah and the police take away your weed.

So the weeds and not much makes me wonder why Boston is continuing its years Hempfest? The Hempfest was once one day and the event where people could semi-legal marijuana in Boston. The saturated hempfest undercover cops would be looking for casual relationships, but the smoker can smoke almost with complete impunity.

Now that is decimalize weeds would be more daring in cracking a beer smoking a splif Hempfest. In reality any day in Boston is illegal to drink beer in public. The next year we are going to happen in this case the lame duck. Your statement will be heard who won Stoner. Or maybe it’s time for a Beerfest outdoors in Boston? Beerfest 2011 anyone?

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