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HempCon 2011: See video of Hot Ass contest once planned for med. marijuana event (NSFW)

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Earlier this month, Mile Highs and Lows called out HempCon 2011 organizers for promoting "Hot Ass" and "Best Orgasm" contests at their medical marijuana convention scheduled for this weekend at the Denver Merchandise Mart. Now, a video of a previous Hot Ass contest has surfaced, and there's nothing medical about it -- unless you're a proctologist, maybe.

Although HempCon removed the contests from the Denver schedule, the comments on our original blog post haven't stopped coming in.

A few readers saw no harm in a bit of skin with their sativas, but most agreed that a medical marijuana convention was no place for tits and ass. Then, yesterday, Denver Relief owner Ean Seeb posted a link to a video he found of a past HempCon Best Ass contest.

Seeb said he received an e-mail from Futurola, manufacturers of cone and joint rolling machines, with links to their website. He clicked around and eventually stumbled on the video below.

In the clip, "Christina the Futurola Girl" can be seen dropping "it" as if "it" were hot and showing the crowd what she was working with, as it were. The results aren't that different from what's on view in thousands of rap videos or even car conventions -- but, again, this contest was held at a medical marijuana event.

We won't re-hash our argument again here. Instead, we've posted the video for you to judge for yourself. Be warned: it's NSFW (unless you work at Shotgun Willie's).

More from our Marijuana archive: "Marijuana convention KushConII thinks RTD is kind -- for approving event ads for its buses."

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