LONDON - Mick Jagger, lead singer with The Rolling Stones recently spoke with Buck Yazoo of Yippie-Ki-Yay Magazine and hinted that the Rolling Stones are considering relocating to Colorado, the marijuana haven of the North American continent.
Jagger, who is 70, said that when he first read in National Focus Magazine that the state of Colorado had made it legal to purchase marijuana he could not believe it.
He said that he had to actually reread the article heading four times before he finally realized that it was actually true.
Jagger immediately called up bandmates Keith Richard, 70; Charlie Watts, 72; Bill Wyman, 77; and Ron Wood, 66 and told them about marijuana now being legal in Colorado.
None of the lads believed Mick when he first mentioned it to them so he suggested that each one get on the Internet and log on to www.potisnowlegalincolorado.pot.
After they all verified that (Mick) was in fact telling the truth the five band members decided that it would be a fantastic idea to pack up their wives, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren and move to the happiest state in the entire United States.