Pot Hole: Live Oaks Lofts Snubs Stoners

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An irate (and probably hungry) resident of Live Oaks Lofts sent us a copy of a flyer (included after the jump), which he said was given to the more than 40 residents of the complex, located in the warehouse district. It seems some residents are engaging in a particularly pungent illegal activity, creating a rift between those residents who don’t want to wake up to the aroma of putrified bongwater and those too engaged in Aqua Teen Hunger Force to stuff a towel under the door. We hope that, much like the United States government and the Native Americans, these opposing forces will be able to hammer out an agreeable treaty. Until then, pass the Cheetos. – Craig Malisow

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