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2014 HIGH TIMES Amsterdam Cannabis Cup: Highlights Part 1

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Even with all the setbacks, spirits were high around Amsterdam and the celebration continued into the evening when hash-industry legend Mila celebrated her birthday with HIGH TIMES at the Melkweg. The evening featured DJs, hip-hop artists, a reggae band, capoeira and danc...


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