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Wednesday, 12 March 2014

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The Hell's Angels love riding their choppers up in the Rocky Mountains.

DENVER - Ever since January 1, 2014, when Governor John Hickenlooper signed the Marijuana Bill which allows anyone in Colorado the right to buy and use pot, the state has become one gigantic happy place.

Everywhere one travels within the state they are greeted by greetings of "Hi there neighbor," "And a great good day to you," and "Yes, it's raining but who cares I've got three joints in my shirt pocket."

One group that is especially happy is the Hell's Angels. Motorcycle group leader Clyde "Vroom-Vroom" Stefenko recently spoke with Fitzwater Ribicoff of American Spotlight Magazine.

Stefenko said that relocating to Denver from Cucamonga, California is the greatest thing that the Hell's Angels organization has ever done.

"Vroom-Vroom" noted that there is nothing better than riding up in the Rocky Mountains with a nickel bag of Durango Bango Marijuana.

He pointed out that you talk about a "Rocky Mountain High." He commented that John Denver knew exactly what he was talking about when he wrote that little pot ditty.

SIDENOTE: Stefenko stated that many of the Hell's Angels members have been hired as security guards at pot shops located in the Denver area.

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