Friday April 20, is International Cannabis Day.

And the forecast is spliffing.

Sean at The Hemp Kitchen, Capel Street, Dublin 1 writes:

Mark Emery, Canada’s ‘Prince of Pot’ will be speaking at Dublin’s official 420 cannabis rally on the Customs House Quay, Dublin.

Dublin 420 – A Cloud on the Quay expects over 3,000 supporters and advocates with Live music, talks and street entertainment.

Marc has been at the forefront of the Canadian cannabis industry for over 25 years. His business Cannabis Culture, Vancouver has been the hub for activists and information about all things about the plant.

The Hemp Kitchen

420?

Meanwhile…

Tomorrow night.

Stories and songs about the ‘erb.

The Grand Social, Upper Liffey Street, Dublin 1 at 9pm.

The Baked Potatoes Show

30 thoughts on “Free Friday?

  1. newsjustin

    Maybe it’s a marketing gag playing on the stereotype of a groggy stoner, but tomorrow is the 19th.

  2. Elizabeth Mainwaring

    Seanie was telling Fruity O’Faolain at Faithlegge last week to start piling into this cannabis thing. Once it’s legalized there’ll be a killing to be made for those who get in early.

  3. Jimmythehead

    So we’re campaigning for the legalization of a herbal medicene that can treat numerous problems
    by having a bunch of smelly hippies and teenagers smoking hash on the quays?

    Great

    Also, tomorrow is the 19th not the 20th

          1. Mary Jane

            You would if you smoked ‘The Crumb’…. best hash on the planet, infinitely better than green.

    1. david

      Maybe the hard should be testing
      Imagine the revenue generated
      Legalise medicinal cannabis but the fact it will be sold to the people that need it for 1600 euros a month shows profiteering has to be tackled

    1. Rob_G

      I’m in favour of legalising cannabis, but none of those events sound interesting at all. A comedy show consisting of 6 people telling anecdotes about ‘funny’ stuff that happened when they were stoned? Christ alive…

    2. david

      At 1600 euro a month per patient its a pretty big earner
      Maybe it should be banned until the cost to the patient is quartered or even more

  4. Baz

    Hilarious broadsheet header: Free Tomorrow?

    they’re all free, all the time unless they have to sign on or work a cash gig, or attend court or their shrink.

  5. Yep

    Always felt bad for Emery considering the huge change in North America after he was locked up. He was also fupped over by Canada.

    Seemingly a good guy by most accounts.

    1. Brother Barnabas

      i know you’re probably talking about unai emery but your comment could equally apply to him (with some slight changes)

      and same goes for aaron embry

      it’s strange, isn’t it?

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Isn’t it ironic, don’t you think
          It’s like poh-oh-sting on Broadsheet stoned
          It’s a free ride when you’ve already paid

    2. Neilo

      Hello, honky tonks! Unai and Mark are the only well-know Emerys I can mention on this thread. Sorry, moderators.

    3. Yep

      Well I’m lost…guess I’ll just Ponder the meaning while doing my nails.

      Get it!

      I tried.

        1. Rob_G

          This is a new one, even for you…

          I’m not a history buff, but I am fairly certain that Phil-o fought in a war against the Nazis, so calling him a nazi might be a bit offensive, not to mention silly

  6. small&big

    .. looks more like a street party then a protest rally.. sure go check it out… ya might just enjoy the experience!

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