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bong

A specialised pipe used to smoke cannabis and tobacco, in which the smoke is inhaled through a column of water, which allegedly reduces burning of the mouth, upper airways and lungs that occurs with smoking devices that aren’t filtered. Contrary to popular belief, THC is higher in joints (marijuana cigarettes) than in bongs, requiring more of the drug to reach the desired psychoactive effect.
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That's persisted throughout his filmography, even in his otherwise-dark films Memories of Murder and Mother (as well as his part-of-an-omnibus short films: 2008's Shaking Tokyo, about a pizza-box-hoarding hikikomori; and 2004's experiment Influenza, which captures the downward spiral of its hapless main character on real-traffic, ATM and security cameras, our observations via the surveillance state stitched together, Bong says, 'like a video diary').
A Commons spokesman said: "On Monday, following the 12 noon chimes, Big Ben's bongs will temporarily cease.
Tokpa Mulbah thanked President Sirleaf for all she has done for the people of Bong.
Her argument falters, however, when she hypothesizes that Bong "appropriates and reworks genre conventions, using them as a framework for exploring and critiquing South Korean social and political issues.
In addition to Bong and Fernandez, the company has five sales directors.
Now displayed at the Bong museum, the poster is a poignant reminder of just how deeply World War II penetrated into everyday American life.
In mid-August, Avant hired a new chief technology officer, Jeff Carter, who brings "a wealth of experience in the education technology field," Bong said.
Built on gimbals on a series of interconnected soundstages at Prague's Barrandov Studios, the train itself is a triumph of visual imagination for Bong and production designer Ondrej Nekvasil, with each successive car revealing a new, surprising facet of this eerie, self-sustaining ecosystem.
Bong was assigned to the 49th Fighter Squadron at Hamilton Field, located on the shores of San Francisco Bay near the Marin County town of San Rafael.
Bong has also secured the option to buy the outstanding 50% in the next five years.
Younger people were far more likely to agree that the bong ban would have no impact, according to the survey conducted by Newspoll.
Bong doesn't shy away from the depiction of their symbiosis.