Readers: Pot Bowl shirts make Denver look stupid and/or amazing

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Last week, we shared a gallery of "Pot Bowl" and "Stoner Bowl" shirts occasioned by the Super Bowl featuring Denver and Seattle, cities from the two states that have legalized recreational marijuana sales. Then we asked our Facebook friends what they thought of them. The responses were widely varied, as you'll see.

Christine Romero writes:

Personally I think they represent Denver in a negative way.

Kevin Kline writes:

Some of them were kind of cheesy. Might wear a couple.

Jaime Herrell writes:

The most obnoxious person at the Super Bowl party would wear this... Lamest over-used excuse to talk, since before Broncos bid to the Super Bowl. Said itttt.

Carl writes:

I don't think it's a very good way to promote marijuana legalization. They should help folks to make up their minds who are undecided in their states. I'll stick with a Bronco's jersey. Go Denver!!!

Lydia Cabrera writes:

Yes I will rock that shit!

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