The debate over the scrapped Hot Ass contest and fake-orgasm competitions at HempCon 2011, an alleged medical marijuana event, continues to broil even though the bash itself is over. Here's a post taking on the question of centerfolds in pot-oriented publications.
Ryan John Smith writes:
What's your definition of "centerfold"?
A girl posing in a bikini with a bong or a leaf?
High Times has been doing this for years; as has Sports Illustrated and pretty much every other major magazine printed today with the exception of the New Yorker.
What's with the animosity, brah? Are you anti-girl and anti-herb? Do you hate music and puppies, too ?
Do a J. Relax.
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