Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for February 08, 2014

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    BE THIS GUY  about 10 years ago

    Well, the Dutch still have tulips (and the redlight district).

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    MiepR  about 10 years ago

    Saying legal marijuana is a grand experiment is like saying that for the first time, people of color outnumber those of European extract in the USA.

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    David Huie Green LosersBlameOthers&It'sYOURfault  about 10 years ago

    Zonker’s speaking especially wisely today

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    chasches  about 10 years ago

    Those Dutch need not worry. Legalized safe injection sites already puts them ahead in this game.

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    chasches  about 10 years ago

    Also:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_cannabis_by_country…Check out Uruguay. Cultivation, sale and possession of pot is all legal as of Dec/13.…And, of all places, North Korea??? (Legality unknown, but apparently widely tolerated or legal)

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    billydub  about 10 years ago

    Why are they in their shirt-sleeves in Colorado in February?

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    Doughfoot  about 10 years ago

    Soma.

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    Bosn_c_otter  about 10 years ago

    actually its not even legal in Amsterdam. In fact there is no country on earth that it is legal accept for some states.

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    Eggman61  about 10 years ago

    Went to the Netherlands once and stayed in Amsterdam. Such a wild night, I woke up in Holland.

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    montessoriteacher  about 10 years ago

    A wise man once said, it is easier to put on a sweater than it is to heat the whole world. Well, that is what we try to tell our teen daughter, anyway.

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    gilmccarthy  about 10 years ago

    That sounds like the low countries.

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    seablood  about 10 years ago

    i can hardly wait for pot to be made universally legal. That way, people will see it for what it is——-a useless, if harmless way to waste time——-a deadly bore

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    kv505  about 10 years ago

    What about Uruguay?

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    beachlvr Premium Member about 10 years ago

    looks like they are spying on those two from amsterdam

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    susan.e.a.c  about 10 years ago

    Lung cancer and accidents are no concern. Of course, my European relatives disagree, but that’s them.

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    kaffekup   about 10 years ago

    Parts of Washington are incredibly beautiful.

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    lindz.coop Premium Member about 10 years ago

    I loved Amsterdam — I really didn’t see any of the seedy stuff I keep hearing about. Loved the boats, Anne Frank House, Rembrandt House, transportation system was wonderful. Only regret not having time to go to the van Gogh Museum — but had just been to an exhibit close to home.

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    susan.e.a.c  about 10 years ago

    “Progressive laws” So “Progressive” here means “laws that give freedom to people taking the action in question”. So that would mean India has the most progressive rape laws, Denmark and Belgium have pretty progressive child rape laws, North Korea has progressive state intervention laws, a few African countries have awfully progressive murder laws, some countries allow drunk drivers to skate free so they are progressive too, Saudi Arabia is progressive on misogyny,….

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    kaffekup   about 10 years ago

    No, “progressive” as in “moving humanity forward”, rather than backward to the 15th century as in “conservative”.

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    trncobrien Premium Member almost 4 years ago

    Note to anyone reading Doonesbury from the beginning: this is the last new daily strip until at least 4/20/2020; you can just read Sundays until at least 4/19/2020.

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