> You can't get 1,000 people to do that. But in Berkeley every year, there's
> a pot smoke-in where a few dedicated activists pass out marijuana on the
> middle of the campus. Also, marijuana is smoked openly on the street and
> the cops turn a blind eye; it's the law here that the police must place
> marijuana law enforcement at the bottom of the priority list.
Well on my recent visit to San Francisco, I remember I was getting out of a club
and people were offering me marijuana and other drugs, and police were there
and they just turned a blind eye, I was scared that they would try to warn me
not to be with these persons, or even search and arrest them, but they didn't
even tho they know they had drugs with them, but they didn't even warn the
"dealers" or anything, they were just staying there.
> There was a big controversy over laws requiring the wearing of clothes a few
> years back; to my surprise, the city council passed or confirmed a law
> forbidding nudity. Groups of naked people regularly protested and to my
> knowledge still do. I don't think they ever got arrested but I can't
> remember for sure.
I heard that in San Francisco, some people still protests naked, and that before
people was seen naked regularly on parks and some other places, that you can
still see some people, some times but it's getting rare now, any SF local that
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