He did say seriously.
Larry Bird would rather take shots but still supports Bill's recreational love for the Grateful Dead
I saw Bill Walton in the crowd at a Gov't Mule concert during Jazzfest in NOLA about ten years ago. (I know, that sounds so obvious as to be made up, but it's true.) He walks the walk.
Walton has ESPN's pulpit and he used it brilliantly. Even if Bristol's suits are currently stewing over a round of Jameson.
The rumor on UW sites is that Robert Upshaw was smoking crack. Seriously.
See, I would have thought the emphasis on "Hydroponic" would have been the really obvious weed reference that managed to sneak into a Super Bowl commercial. Like, it's Sarah Silverman using the word hydroponic. Not that subtle.
Poor kids gonna get "randomly" tested to death right out the gates if he ever makes the NFL.
The book The Breaks of the Game discusses Walton's weed use as a..blazer..and how Dr. Jack let it slide for Bill but not anyone else.
I watched this game (UW fan sadly), and anyone who heard his color commentary would instantly assume Walton was high himself while on the air. Even Pasch seemed like he didn't know how to respond to some of the bizarre stuff Walton was saying.
"This drug policy is more foolish than Casey Jones. The NCAA must be run by a ship of fools; these guys make Tennessee Jed look like Albert Einstein. Make no mistake about it NCAA: this problem will not just fade away. You better to roll away these rules."
"With my mind on my munchies and my munchies on my mind."
an Anthony Bourdains style show would be amazing! I would watch every episode, and I haven't smoked weed in 10 years.
I guess when it comes to a black person trusting police, it really does take a leap of faith.