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Author Topic: A coffee shop, and I don't mean Starbucks  (Read 9138 times)

radracer

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Re:A coffee shop, and I don't mean Starbucks
« Reply #15 on: May 20, 2003, 03:22:00 pm »

Wow! Great idea. Hemp N' coffee! I hope I have 100K to invest by the time we're living in the FSP because I'd love to buy into a location! Best of luck.
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Re:A coffee shop, and I don't mean Starbucks
« Reply #16 on: February 04, 2004, 07:38:54 pm »


A Libertarian sheriff would be a prerequisite--one who requires all federales
to register with him before they enter the county.

And even then, it would take the heat off of California.  

We have to think this one through, mostly with respect to how this, with all of its attendant consequences, will be perceived by the public.  There has to be a plan to present all of the anticipated run-ins in a positive, light-hearted way.

I'm for it, but I urge caution.

At this early stage, we will be ill-served by vociferous statements of defiance,
any heavy confrontations, etc.  If there are, don't expect sympathetic press coverage, for starters.

BEEN THERE.  




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Re:A coffee shop, and I don't mean Starbucks
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2004, 12:11:10 am »

A part of Oakland, California known as "Oaksterdam" is soon to be regulated:

http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/322/oaksterdam.shtml
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