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The has become a popular code for marijuana. Where does the term come from and why did it catch on, asks Aidan Lewis. That autumn, the five teenagers came into possession of a hand-drawn map supposedly locating a marijuana crop at Point Reyes, north-west of San Francisco.
The friends - who called themselves the Waldos because they used to hang out by a wall - met after school, at pm, and drove off on their treasure hunt. They never found the plot.
So did friends and acquaintances, who included - at a couple of steps removed - members of the Grateful Dead rock band. The term spread among the band's fans, known as Deadhe. Staff on the magazine, long the leading publication on marijuana, started using it. They held ideas meetings at 4. Twenty years later another publication, Magazine, reported a claim by a rival group of San Rafael old boys that they had invented the term. But the Waldos, who have shown letters and other items to High Times, vigorously defend their version. Bloom says the term has served as a sort of semi-private code, and cannabis smokers tend to spot it everywhere - building s, prices, even clocks in the film Pulp Fiction.
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