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It's about time. I had a friend who got stoned and stabbed his family of five to death with a frozen summer sausage.

Someone needs to put an end to this epidemic. It's eroding the moral fabric of our society.

You potheads make me sick.

Especially you MPD.


That was great -- we're all very sorry for your friend's loss.

I'm going to agree with Little Devil though -- I think (and desperately hope...) that they are doing this as a safety precaution for things like cave-ins and whatnot. If this is indeed the reason, I'm okay with it -- you want to burn one in a cabin, just build another one.

If they're tearing them down simply to 'stop the pot!' then they can be classified as some HUUUGE morons. I hope it's the former.

Edit: also, if anyone has a picture of one of these 'deluxe' shacks, I'd be interested to see one.
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Seems like a waste of tax payers dollars if you ask me.
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Could just be me, but the 5 minutes it takes to burn a doobie isnt worth the cuple of hours id take to build one of these.
That's what I was thinking. Besides that, if you were concerned about getting caught, wouldn't it make more sense to pick some random spot out in the woods rather than go to a designated meeting place?

I've never even heard of such a structure. We have warming huts on the nordic network out here, but I've never heard of any doobie shacks. I guess I hang out with the wrong crowd.
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Wasn't that one featured in Transworld last year?

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That thing is impeccable. Thanks for that Kill!
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Wasn't that one featured in Transworld last year?
Possibly. As far as I know it's still there. Though it is at a resort that I am highly unlikely to visit anytime soon, so I don't know first hand. Then again, it's highly unlikely I'll visit a lot of resorts anymore...
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smoke shacks aren't worth the hassle. thats what gondolas are made for
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smoke shacks aren't worth the hassle. thats what gondolas are made for
That amongst other activities...

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You'd think the gonjola would be a great place, but guess what? Police were arresting people for smoking on the gondola at Steamboat last season...


***Or maybe just handing out summons to appear in court, I forget. Needless to say it was a hassle for those involved...***
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