A spliffing idea

May 28, 2004

A marketing consultancy conducting a study of student culture tells us that cannabis use is so common on campus that many students don't even regard it as a drug. It's not surprising then that enterprising students whom they interviewed at Bristol University have come up with a new take-away service - call "dial-a-bud" and a fellow student will bike over something to smoke while you are eating your pizza. Is this the sort of entrepreneurial culture Chancellor Gordon Brown is hoping to inspire in British universities?

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