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June 3, 2010

The pot plants of Kabul

Kabul Street Scene, Thursday, June 3, 2010:

Kabulpot 

A marijuana plant grows in a sidewalk plot along a busy Kabul street across from -- where else? -- the Dutch Embassy.
About a half dozen such plants line the road about 50 yards from an Afghan police checkpoint.

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are you saying that the afghan security forces are the moral equivalent of burning man?

so...what's your point?

If there was more pot and less religion it would be a better place.

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