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Rollin’ High Dice Game Release Party with FREE Drinks

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Yes please.

Yes please.

I smoked a lot of pot in high school.  In fact, I’d pretty much have to say it was my hobby.  I was really good at it too.  Not only did I smoke it everyday, I also managed to get really good grades!  While I don’t really smoke very often these days (it makes me WAY too paranoid), I still have a fine appreciation of stoner culture, which is exactly where the game Rollin’ High comes from.

Novelty game designers TOTT Global have enlisted the bad ass artist Mike Giant to do the artwork for there debut game and on December 1st, They’re all throwing a party to celebrate the release.

The cover for the event is $10, but that gets you: the game, a t-shirt, stickers, a lighter, a 10×8 Mike Giant poster and FREE drinks!  Fuck the only thing that could make this a better deal is if they actually threw in a sack of weed too.  The best part is, since it goes from 7pm-2am you still come to my book signing and reading before you head over!

Now all you gotta do is not bee too high to figure out how to play the game.

Rollin’ High Dice Game Release Party
Medicine Agency
1262 Mason @  Jackson St.
[Nob Hill]
Tuesday 12/1
$10 cover

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