Today is dope day--4/20. I'm not into weed, one of the few vices that never caught my drift, so to speak but the dopes on radio shows, I'm betting, to come off as "cool and hip", are already in full 4/20-reference mode.
Listen to the talk shows on radio today and I'm betting you're going to hear every schmendrink ask, "should marijuana be legalized"? How original. It's already legal in Colorado and it's de facto legal here in California. I don't see any issues here.
So, in reality, 4-20 talk is just lazy radio topic. It's not really a story anymore and the novelty of it all went out like a bunch of smoke, ha ha.
Yet, on this day, you will be potted out. It won't be just on radio. TV reporters will go do live shots from Berkeley and look for dopes on Telegraph Ave. In San Francisco, Dolores Park will be invaded by local correspondents at 4: 20 PM: "Hey, I see you (doper) smoking --what's the deal?--(Doper) "We'll, it's 4-20 day!" (Creative).
This will be another day to go to the movies or if you're bored, count the number of stories on local and national media concentrating on this dopey day. Dopes.