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Re: "Stoners" and Otherwise

Yikes, good thing you caught it before it became a heat source!  I remember
thinking how quaint it was for someone to call it "grass". :)

"Steve Lawson" <steve@steve-lawson.co.uk> said:
> Venue - St Luke's Church
> Artist in question - David Friesen
> actual cause of spliff-like smell - a light too close to a curtain... ;o)
> a very bizarre moment
> Steve
> www.stevelawson.net
> Stephen Goodman wrote:
> > I remember a show Steve Lawson had in 2001 with another fellow, an
> American
> > (sorry, can't remember his name despite being painfully straight as
> > who at one point smelled the sweet familiar scent - which in retrospect
> > might have been a fox, whose pee smells an awful lot like skunk weed
> (enough
> > that I've suspected that some folks put fox 'essence' on the stuff they
> sell
> > to add a false 'value for money' element - yes, I *hate* the phrase) -
> > nonetheless, he asked something like "Is that grass?" and said if
> > were they should go outside.  The venue would've been a bit odd, as 
> the
> > main chambers of a church.  In retrospect I think it was a fox letting
> loose
> > outside, as I've smelled more fox pee in the air than dope in the