June 06, 2003

Drug-Free Zones

The MinuteMan has a strange, linkless post wondering whether there are former drug users in San Francisco:

Just One Minute: Are There Former Drug Users In San Francisco? The Gamma-man is worried.

I have no personal knowledge of whether or not there are former drug users in San Francisco. I do, however, have personal knowledge that the City of Berkeley has put up a sign on Telegraph Avenue proclaiming it a drug-free zone.

Posted by DeLong at June 6, 2003 01:01 AM | TrackBack

Comments

... or did they mean a FREE DRUG zone? Judging by my own experiences of Bezerkley, that's more likely.

Posted by: PJ on June 6, 2003 01:58 AM

Hmm, so the rest of you use "links"? Thanks for the help. This "blog what you know" can be a killer.

Posted by: The MinuteMan on June 6, 2003 08:51 AM

So if I find myself with a migraine in Berkeley then I'm screwed is what you're telling me?

Posted by: a different chris on June 6, 2003 11:58 AM

Huh? Could someone fill me in on the joke here?

Of course there are former as well as active drug-users in SF. Why is this significant?

Posted by: Alexander on June 6, 2003 01:33 PM

Haight Street in SF also has signs declaring it to be "Drug Free Zone".

A while ago, the Canibus (sp?) Club, a block away from my work, had a sign up stating, "Free bags of marijuana will be given out on Fridays ONLY!!!" (Capitals and exclaimation marks in the original.) Of course, Ashcroft shut it down.

Posted by: Decnavda on June 6, 2003 01:54 PM

There goes the MinuteMan being funny again. The thing is I am not a former drug user living in the Haight, because I am a block south of Frederick St.

Posted by: Pete "GammaMan" Harrigan on June 6, 2003 04:07 PM
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