In observance of 4/20, the International Cannabis Culture holiday…Moose Vision, EMOE TVEE, and Pay$tyle Music presents the official E-Moe “Some Day” music video. Directed by Willie Moose and E-Moe for Moose Vision and EMOE TVEE. Edited and filmed by Willie Moose. Take a ride with E-Moe to San Francisco with camera in hand absorbing the beautiful and historical city by the Bay. Dedicated to Underground Society family member and loyal E-Moe supporter, Mathew Molnar (R.I.P.), “Some Day” is the 2nd official promotional single for the E-Moe “#NOFILTERZ” Mixtape Vol. 7: The Final, available for free download on 4/20/2013 @ 4:20pm.
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420, 4:20, or 4/20 (pronounced four-twenty) is a code-term used primarily in North America that refers to the consumption of cannabis and, by extension, a way to identify oneself with cannabis subculture. Observances based on the number 420 include smoking cannabis around the time 4:20 p.m. (and/or 4:20 a.m.) as well as on the date April 20 (4/20)
The earliest use of the term began among a group of teenagers in San Rafael, California in 1971, calling themselves the Waldos, because “their chosen hang-out spot was a wall outside the school”. The group first used the term in connection to a fall 1971 plan to search for an abandoned cannabis crop that they had learned about. The Waldos designated the Louis Pasteur statue on the grounds of San Rafael High School as their meeting place, and 4:20 p.m. as their meeting time. The Waldos referred to this plan with the phrase “4:20 Louis”. Multiple failed attempts to find the crop eventually shortened their phrase to simply “4:20”, which ultimately evolved into a codeword that the teens used to mean pot-smoking in general.
High Times editor Steven Hager wrote “Are You Stoner Smart or Stoner Stupid?” in which he called for 4:20 p.m. to be the socially accepted hour of the day to consume cannabis. He attributes the early spread of the phrase to Grateful Dead followers, who were also linked to the city of San Rafael.
April 20 has evolved into a counterculture holiday in North America, where people gather to celebrate and consume cannabis. Some events have a political nature to them, advocating for the legalization of cannabis. Observances have been held in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park near the Haight-Ashbury district, the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus, Ottawa, Ontario, at Parliament Hill and Major’s Hill Montréal, Québec at Mount Royal monument Vancouver, British Columbia at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Events have also occurred in Auckland, New Zealand at the Daktory.and Dunedin, and New Zealand, at University of Otago.