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New marketing angle for Canberra Tourism “Canberra Loves Drugs”!

By johnboy 1 June 2005 7

ABC Online is reporting on one fellow [ED (Ntp) – name removed on request 20/07/2007, the ABC link still has full details] found with 15 plants and a hydroponic setup in his Turner home. Guy scored a 12 month good behaviour bond for his efforts.

I think ACT Tourism should seize the day and point out to travellers the vast difference between the ACT approach and the Bali one.

C’mon guys, let’s work to our competitive advantages!

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New marketing angle for Canberra Tourism “Canberra Loves Drugs”!
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bulldog 2:54 pm 03 Jun 05

Fair call, but I’m a dodgy vendor and warm sandy beaches kinda guy.

Let’s pioneer a warm sandy druggo hotspot, famous for it’s clean living, prostitution, porn, poor governance, crappy police presence and generally poor drivers.

If we build it, they will come….

That being said, I love Canberra and would not be anywhere else.

johnboy 7:45 pm 02 Jun 05

I’m still waiting for the “issues of real interest” crowd to make any sort of contribution on their issues.

Anyway Bulldog – Amsterdam has bugger all beaches or sun and they do okay from druggie tourism.

Maelinar 4:32 pm 02 Jun 05

Jump in with special screenings of The Hemp Buyer Strikes Back – Episode III – Revenge of the Bitch

RandomGit 1:38 pm 02 Jun 05

These ‘issues of real interest’ censors crack me up no end. Eat a turd shauno.

bulldog 12:48 pm 02 Jun 05

sorry, hands like feet today; that should say satay.

bulldog 12:47 pm 02 Jun 05

Now all we need are warm sandy beaches, 24 hour dodgy street vendors and questionable stay stands.

I’m in!

shauno 12:27 am 02 Jun 05

Good on you mate in the sceme of things who cares their are so many things worse in our society

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