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Simple question: What gas station has rolling papers, close to Fitger’s?

19 Comment(s)

  1. The Super America on 6th East and 4th St. or the Super America on 12th East and Superior are probably the closest to Fitgers. They both have papers, for sure.

    The Friendly Old Knifey | Dec 25, 2010 | New Comment
  2. Also, Walgreens is open 24 hours today, if those gas stations are closed, which they probably aren’t.

    The Friendly Old Knifey | Dec 25, 2010 | New Comment
  3. Rice paper from bibles works well, too.

    digit3 | Dec 26, 2010 | New Comment
  4. Isn’t the view of Lake Superior enough for you? I once had a roommate that couldn’t do the dishes until he got buzzed. I’ll never forget that. Where is he today?

    Dead.

    James | Dec 26, 2010 | New Comment
  5. You sure are classy, digit3.

    year of glad | Dec 26, 2010 | New Comment
  6. Pinch hitter is more efficient.

    Bob | Dec 26, 2010 | New Comment
  7. Jefferson Airplane:

    Burn just the the tip of a cardboard match from a matchbook. With your fingernail, split the thin side of the match from the bottom to the top. You should be able to slip the end of your joint into the vee and hold the torn end shut.

    Just sayin’.

    in.dog.neato | Dec 26, 2010 | New Comment
  8. Jefferson Airplane. Man, been a long time since I used that little trick.

    Thanks Year of Glad. I’m classy and practical I guess.

    digit3 | Dec 27, 2010 | New Comment
  9. Just go to the Last Place on Earth, all the rolling papers your heart could ever desire.

    rykwon | Dec 27, 2010 | New Comment
  10. I second Raekwon the Chef, it is only a few blocks from the Fitger’s Complex.

    Carl Miller | Dec 27, 2010 | New Comment
  11. LPOE closes at 9PM.

    adam | Dec 27, 2010 | New Comment
  12. What a bunch of burners! I thought that generation was dead? Everybody must get stoned? Dylan is from Duluth right? How do you losers get a job? Everybody has drug testing today.

    Frank | Dec 27, 2010 | New Comment
  13. Elvis was anti drugs too Frank, that’s why they pulled forty pounds of shit out of him when he died, because those ‘prescription pills’ the ‘doctors’ kept giving him just weren’t cutting the mustard. If only they had all the antidepressants back then they do nowadays, Elvis could’ve won the war on drugs!

    Blue Bull | Dec 27, 2010 | New Comment
  14. Hi Frank,

    First, rolling papers can be used to roll tobacco, ganj, or even therapeutic herbs.

    Second, you should not refer to people who use rolling papers as “losers” if you can’t even understand the meaning of Dylan’s song.

    Third, “drug testing” does not incorporate every liability a company may be responsible for. Have you heard of alcohol? Or accidents for that matter?

    Finally, people get jobs by applying to positions they are qualified for … douchey mcdoucherton.

    Carl Miller | Dec 28, 2010 | New Comment
  15. Touche Carl!

    digit3 | Dec 28, 2010 | New Comment
  16. Also, “drug testing” as a condition of employment is a bogus hiring practice, as a positive test result is in no way an indicator of the level of impairment. Last I heard, the only test that can determine impairment beyond a reasonable doubt is a breathalyzer. And, by doing so, employers are exerting quite a deal of control over their employees actions and activities between shifts.

    in.dog.neato | Dec 28, 2010 | New Comment
  17. “I look forward to the day in this great land when a person will be judged on the quality of their work not the content of their urine.”

    W.T.F | Dec 29, 2010 | New Comment
  18. Marijuana was first discovered in 1908 in Twin Falls, Idaho by a small Polish immigrant by the name of Wayne Krulka. The discovery came in early May, when Wayne was working in his study late one evening trying to find a shorter route to India.

    in.dog.neato | Dec 29, 2010 | New Comment
  19. Frank the Dylan lyrics you posted isn’t about getting stoned.

    hunter | Dec 30, 2010 | New Comment

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