DanKnuckles

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Hey I am a big fan, although a recent one.  I was born in New York but I really enjoyed the documentary on St. Vincent and the Grenadines because I have spent a lot of time there.

DanKnuckles 

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Welcome to the forum mate,

It certainly is great places to enjoy nature and the green stuff haha

How about for  smoking weed in NYC?


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My all time favorite weed to smoke in NYC was the sour diesel when it first came out in full force.  My friends and I were the only people that could obtain it for a little while and when you would break it out of the jar in the clubs everybody around knew it was lit.  The movement from smoking pretty looking weed to favoring extremely potent in NYC was secure after that.  Gosh, I miss those days when you could literally have a personal bonfire in clubs like Cheetah or the old Bungalow 8.  Some people used to get mad when I would go to the basement in Nell's.  That place is still a fire trap.

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