Colorado's 420 mile marker


#1

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#2

See, this to me is an example of government getting it right. The mile marker needs to be there, it’s not worth the taxpayers’ money to post a 24/7 guard on it, so let’s come up with a creative solution that works. Kudos to Colorado for this win.


#3

What they should do is build a little shop right there on the side of the road and sell the 420 signs. They’d make a killing


#4

Let’s hope it is located 52.8 feet from the previous.


#5

A 419.99 sign seems even more tempting!


#6

I could think of something else that they could sell at that stop and make even more.


#7

The Nigerian embassy is already in business at the 419 mile marker.


#8

Now that’s thinking outside the baggie.


#9

They need an infinite more decimal places for that to work…


#10

you gotta IMAGINE it, man! i mean, just think about it… the number 9, stretching into infinity… whoa…


#11

What’s a “mile”?


#12

Exactly, because the only thing better than it being 420 is when it’s ALMOST 420!


#13

Presumably Marijuana users are a bunch of thieves.


#15

Soon it will be located 52.8 feet from someone’s house, no doubt.


#16

And baby-eating maniacs, yes. I saw a film.


#17

Federal bail bonds?


#18

CDOT is the Colorado department of transportation, not transit. Incidentally, there’s also a highway 666 in Southwest Colorado. That sign gets stolen a lot too.


#19

State Route 38 in Utah used to be known (prior to 1993) as Highway 69, but due to sign theft, the route was re-numbered.


#20

Couldn’t they just use tamper-proof screws? How many stoners think to bring a drill with metal bit to steal a road sign?


#21

I hate to be a dime short of four-twenty.