It's like going to some Scandinavian country only they still speak English, man.
I'm also in agreement with the above assessments of Amsterdam, the museums, the people, the clubs, IMO the best beer in the world. I would also add the prettiest women in Europe (and I am not talking about the sleazy neighborhood of professionals). Nothing brightens a day like a pretty girl riding a bicycle, and they're all over the place.
I have to add, though, that in all the above categories, Denver is not too shabby either, in addition to being a very clean, forward-thinking, multi-cultural, and outdoorsy city. Worth a visit for many reasons.
We stayed in a hotel right in the red light district several years ago. Three single guys in their early 20s in Amsterdam = good times.
I did lol quite a bit at a guy that tried to sell us weed on the street there.
Tests similar to the one they use to make sure a pilot hasn't been drinking. will do just nicely thank you.
When they're not flying they can drink, smoke or snort anything they want. They do that anyway don't they ? Making drugs illegal does not stop anyone who wants to get them from getting them and not only causes more problems but creates them as well.
What matters most to me is where recreational drugs are used. In your house the type of drugs you use should be as free a choice as what type of alcohol you allow into your blood stream.
They should not be allowed in the cockpit, while you're driving, in the operating room, at the barber or while teaching a math class math etc, etc,etc. just like with alcohol. But that's only common sense.
I believe it's the Dems that want marijuana legalization.
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