High Scores at the BCMP Lounge

I am going to have 1/4 ounce joints to pass around for every goal Canada scores today against Russia, and a 1/4 ounce joint for every goal the Swiss score against Team USA!

Be in the BC Marijuana Party Lounge (307 W. Hasting St., Vancouver) with me to watch the games from Noon (Swiss vs. USA) and 4:00pm (Canada – Russia), and lets hope its 3-2 for the Swiss and 6-5 for Canada! (that’d be 9 mega-joints).

Read The Tyee’s report on the long lineups we had a few days ago when I was giving out free bong hits to CCHQ customers for hours.

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Marc Emery
Marc Emery

Marc Emery is a Canadian cannabis activist, entrepreneur, and politician. Known to his fans as the Prince of Pot, Emery has been a notable advocate of international cannabis policy reform for decades. Marc is the founding publisher of Cannabis Culture and Pot TV.



  1. colten marshall on

    i wrote u a lette marc expect that soon

  2. Pedro on

    What an amazing 1st Period! 4 goals for Canada, and Olympic ‘torches’ ‘on the house’… A Good Time was had by All!

  3. David420 on

    hahahaha Well I guess no joints were passed around since we beat the Swiss 2-0. Although if you passed out a 1/4 ounce joint for every goal Canada score against the Russians it must have been very smokey in the lounge! I really hope it’s Team Canada V.S. Team USA in the Gold Medal Game.

  4. Anonymous on

    With a score of 7-3 it must have been one hell of a party 🙂

    Nice form on the joint pass Marc 10 out of 10 – another Gold for the Prince of Pot

  5. Anonymous on

    bahahaha I love the olympic doobie picture of mark.

  6. some random guy on

    No joints for Switzerland.

  7. jackaroo on

    Wow, awesome Marc! Wish I were in Vancouver! Sounds like a good time!