It’s the twentieth day of April, so I hope you all had the chance to wake up and bake! I know I did. I always carry a dime bag in my bag and that’s because just like you, I’m wild and care free. I toke it up on the reg, especially today, the 420. Just sprinkle a dash of that herb on my bong and I’m ready to roll – a big ol’ fat one that is.
I know a lot of the cynics out there may say I’m just “pandering to the millennial crowd” but I’d like to ask them to chill. Bill may not have inhaled but I certainly have. I tell ya, when President Obama, or as I call him the Narc In Chief, wasn’t looking I would hot box in air force one Cheech Chong.
If you want to get high with your Doobie Brothers, remember that Chillary’s got the dope. Even if Senator Sanders talks a big game, he’s only been lit twice, I was lit 420 times today. So when you go out to cast your vote remember you can’t get the THC without HC.
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Free comedy returns to Frederick Maryland as we delve into the world of 420. National weed day, so to speak. We sat down with returning regulars Caitlyn Joy and James McGarvey (a registered nurse) to explore the effects of drugs on the body and then we spoke to a panelist known only as “Al.” Al, is a drug dealer and has agreed to join the show and talk about his life as long as we didn’t reveal his identity.
Jack Evans as “Al”
Join us for the next show Sunday April 19th at 7pm at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre.
This Sunday, The Last Hurrah returns to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre!
There are a lot of things associated with April 20th, primarily drug use. On April 19th, The Last Hurrah will return to the Maryland Ensemble Theatre the delve in the seedy depths of Frederick’s underground (and no, that’s not a play on MET’s location beneath the ground). During a panel discussion that is sure to warrent numerous Pulitzer Prize nominations as well as a write up in High Times magazine, we’ll be interviewing a real drug dealer*.
Join us Sunday April 19th at 7pm for an evening of FREE comedy and thought provoking discussion.
*Due to legal reasons we must disclaim that the “real drug dealer” is actually an actor portraying a drug dealer. No actual drugs will be dealt or consumed.
There is a continually growing trend amongst employers as they look for new hires to scout out the twitter feeds of potential employees. Fortunately, studies have shown that they care less about the content of said tweets and more about how professional and mature your twitter handle is.
Take a look at your current twitter handle, what is it? EasyRider69. Now ask yourself, is an employer going to hire EasyRider69? Nope. It’s too confusing. EasyRider, is that a movie reference? A sex position? The name of your car? It doesn’t work as the base layer to a professional twitter handle. Now, let’s look at 69. This element is also unclear. Is it the year you were born? Is it your age? If it is your age, are you really planning to update your twitter handle once a year? An employer can’t keep track of that, it’s too inconsistent. When they sit you down and ask where you’re going to be in five years, they don’t want to hear EasyRider74.
So, unemployed reader, it’s time to toss out that unprofessional twitter handle and get a job. Below you will find a convenient form for creating a new professional twitter handle.
First Initial: _____ Last Name: ________________ Arbitrary Number: _420_
As you can tell, I have taken the liberty of placing filling out the number at the end of your twitter name. This is because 420 is nothing more than an irrelevant number. It’s a simple way to communicate that you are not the only First Initial, Last Name on twitter. It can’t be an age or a year. Just code, a code that says “there’s more than one of me” but it’s a memorable number that rolls off the tongue. So fill out this form, start tweeting and watch the job offers come crashing in!
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