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welcome to "highville"

Do you like the idea of having a "highvlle" trial in one of the states?


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urmycupoftea

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Have you ever imagined a town where everyone in the community was high?
Marijuana is legal and are sold next to cigarettes in convenient stores.
What do you think the pros and cons would be? Would it be peacful? How would life in this type of community be like?

Would your town be securely gated off from the outside? would your town require some type of passport or special identification check-in? would there be a population limit and waiting list for outside persons who are interested in living there?

How about a name for your "highville"?

Better yet, just tell me how you imagine your dream "highville" community?

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SkinnyChef

New Member
Have you ever imagined a town where everyone in the community was high?
Marijuana is legal and are sold next to cigarettes in convenient stores.
What do you think the pros and cons would be? Would it be peacful? How would life in this type of community be like?

Would your town be securely gated off from the outside? would your town require some type of passport or special identification check-in? would there be a population limit and waiting list for outside persons who are interested in living there?

How about a name for your "highville"?

Better yet, just tell me how you imagine your dream "highville" community?

:]
There is already such a town...

"Nimbin" is a village in the Northern Rivers area of the Australian state of New South Wales, approximately 30 km north of Lismore, 33 km southeast of Kyogle, and 70 km west of Byron Bay.
Nimbin is notable for the prominence of its environmental initiatives such as permaculture, sustainability, self-sufficiency as well as the cannabis counterculture. Writer Austin Pick described his initial impressions of the village this way: "It is as if a smoky avenue of Amsterdam has been placed in the middle of the mountains behind frontier-style building facades. ... Nimbin is a strange place indeed."[2]
Nimbin has been described in literature and mainstream media as 'the drug capital of Australia', 'a social experiment' and 'an escapist sub-culture'. Nimbin has become an icon in Australian cultural history with many of the values first introduced there by the counterculture becoming part of modern Australian culture.[3]Nimbin and surrounding areas are part of what is known as the 'Rainbow Region' which is of cultural importance to the Indigenous Bundjalung people. The name Nimbin, comes from the local Whiyabul (Widgibal) clan whose Dreamtime speaks of the Nimbinjee spirit people protecting the area. In recent decades the area has become a haven for Australia's counterculture.

We have the passports just no $ for the plane there...*sigh*
 
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