Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Ganja Smoking Grandpa Helps Teens Survive High School

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One ganja smokin’ granddaddy has some tokin’ tips for high schoolers.

Evan Keliher, a 76-year-old reefer-loving retiree, was once a teacher and is using his smokin’ skills to help teens survive their pot-filled high school years with his new book Grandpa Ganja’s High School Survival Guide (Pedagogue Press).

In his book, Keliher, also known as Grandpa Ganja, rolls out some blunt views on hitting the wacky tabacky.

He says, “Marijuana doesn’t hurt people. I’ve used marijuana everyday for 37 years, including 30 minutes ago, and it’s never caused me any harm.”

Though Keliher discourages teens from drinking alcohol, he “highly recommends” romancing mary jane, even from behind the wheel.

Keliher says, “I want people to know that marijuana doesn’t interfere with driving. There were tests done in the Netherlands. I drive just as good as anyone when I’m high.”

And for sly students trying to get a dime bag past their parents, Keliher says it’s better to just pass the grass because “so many parents use it anyway.”

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