Let there be weed!

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A woman with glasses shaped like a marijuana leaves smiles during a gathering of marijuana advocates at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

A woman with glasses shaped like a marijuana leaves smiles during a gathering of marijuana advocates at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

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A Canadian flag with a marijuana leaf is flown during a 4/20 rally to demand the legalization of marijuana on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Marijuana enthusiasts across Canada gather by the thousands every year on April 20 for an international celebration-cum-protest for marijuana legalization. REUTERS/Patrick Doyle

A Canadian flag with a marijuana leaf is flown during a 4/20 rally to demand the legalization of marijuana on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Marijuana enthusiasts across Canada gather by the thousands every year on April 20 for an international celebration-cum-protest for marijuana legalization. REUTERS/Patrick Doyle

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A supporter of legalized marijuana holds up a small blunt as thousands gathered to celebrate the state's medicinal marijuana laws and collectively light up in Civic Center Park April 20, 2012 in Denver, Colorado on Colorado goes to the polls November 6 to vote on a controversial ballot initiative that would permit possession of up to an ounce of marijuana for those 21 and older. Marc Piscotty/Getty Images/AFP

A supporter of legalized marijuana holds up a small blunt as thousands gathered to celebrate the state's medicinal marijuana laws and collectively light up in Civic Center Park April 20, 2012 in Denver, Colorado on Colorado goes to the polls November 6 to vote on a controversial ballot initiative that would permit possession of up to an ounce of marijuana for those 21 and older. Marc Piscotty/Getty Images/AFP

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Colorado University senior Gabriel Kuettel is arrested for trespassing on the Norlin Quad which was closed to crackdown on pro-marijuana protesters at the school in Boulder, Colo. A block-long line of protesters marched onto the University of Colorado, testing the school's determination to push the annual marijuana celebration off campus. (AP Photo/The Denver Post, Joe Amon)

Colorado University senior Gabriel Kuettel is arrested for trespassing on the Norlin Quad which was closed to crackdown on pro-marijuana protesters at the school in Boulder, Colo. A block-long line of protesters marched onto the University of Colorado, testing the school's determination to push the annual marijuana celebration off campus. (AP Photo/The Denver Post, Joe Amon)

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Colorado University senior Gabriel Kuettel holds up a sign at the Norlin Quad which was closed to crackdown on pro-marijuana protesters at the school in Boulder, Colo. A block-long line of protesters marched onto the University of Colorado, testing the school's determination to push the annual April 20 marijuana celebration off campus. (AP Photo/The Denver Post, Joe Amon)

Colorado University senior Gabriel Kuettel holds up a sign at the Norlin Quad which was closed to crackdown on pro-marijuana protesters at the school in Boulder, Colo. A block-long line of protesters marched onto the University of Colorado, testing the school's determination to push the annual April 20 marijuana celebration off campus. (AP Photo/The Denver Post, Joe Amon)

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Students and others yell at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Students and others yell at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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A woman holds a sign at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A woman holds a sign at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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Students and others smoke marijuana at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Students and others smoke marijuana at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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A man lights a cigarette rolled with marijuana at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date and time corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man lights a cigarette rolled with marijuana at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date and time corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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Brandon Dahl wears novelty sunglasses adorned with artificial marijuana leaves as he sells them across the street from a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Brandon Dahl wears novelty sunglasses adorned with artificial marijuana leaves as he sells them across the street from a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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A man exhales after smoking marijuana in a pipe at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date and time corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man exhales after smoking marijuana in a pipe at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date and time corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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A man smokes marijuana in a pipe at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date and time corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

A man smokes marijuana in a pipe at a pro-marijuana rally at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. The University of Colorado clamped down on a huge annual marijuana fest on Friday by restricting access to the school and a field where the "smoke-in" is traditionally held, and three protesters were arrested ahead of the event. The event was held on April 20, a date and time corresponding with a numerical 4/20 code widely known within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

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A woman embraces her friend during a 4/20 rally to demand the legalization of marijuana outside the Senate building in Mexico City. Marijuana enthusiasts across the world gather every year on April 20 for an international celebration-cum-protest for marijuana legalization. The words read, "Legalize it". REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya

A woman embraces her friend during a 4/20 rally to demand the legalization of marijuana outside the Senate building in Mexico City. Marijuana enthusiasts across the world gather every year on April 20 for an international celebration-cum-protest for marijuana legalization. The words read, "Legalize it". REUTERS/Bernardo Montoya

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