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Offline fancy_kitten

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Re: How do we save FQA
« Reply #60 on: April 28, 2014, 03:44:51 pm »
I'm very sorry, I didn't mean to offend anyone.  I don't recall a time when I was openly insulting anybody??  Sorry Sleepy.  Okay, everyone I've come across hates my idea, so I guess it's a bust.  Nobody responded to my other thing, and at this point I'm about ready to post my home address online just to see who will show up.

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Re: How do we save FQA
« Reply #61 on: July 18, 2014, 02:07:41 am »
Hey guys, this seems to be stickied so I don't know if anyone will see this, but I have an idea.  My idea is: A Marijuana Get Together.  Basically, we would need to choose a locale in which marijuana/weed is legal, probably Washington or Colorado as it seems as one of those two locations would be the easiest for most of us to get to, although we may possibly be able to turn our sights abroad to places like The Netherlands if funding allows it.  Speaking of funding, we would most likely need to hold some type of fundraiser in order to fund the thing.  For what I have in mind, if I may throw a number out there, I imagine 30,000 USD should cover it fairly well. 

As for what this event would actually contain, we would most likely need enough weed to get at least a dozen people high, enough alcohol for the people who can't or don't want to smoke (I may very well be included in that number as my job drugs tests) and soda for people who want neither.  A significant amount of good food and dessert will most likely also be necessary, as will lodging and transportation for members.  Entertainment would also be a plus.

If this works out I propose turning it into a yearly event for people who regularly participate here, as this will encourage more members to come join in order to get in on some of that action.  Thoughts?

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Re: How do we save FQA
« Reply #62 on: September 03, 2014, 09:06:48 am »
Sacrifices to me, your almighty dark god. There will be free cans of Night Train for each failure to sacrifice properly. 
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