Don't Bogart and Join


Don't bogart and join the trend, Jeff. The short-lived Fraternity of Man is undoubtedly best known for the pro-pot anthem "Don't Bogart Me," which showed up during an unforgettable scene in the genre-defining biker film Easy Rider.

One toke over the line for Jeff Sessions? "One Toke Over The Line" was a Top 10 hit in 1971, and was largely responsible for introducing Brewer & Shipley. While it is a wonderful and uplifting song, "One Toke" landed them on Nixon's Enemies List and the song was banned by the FCC.

However, that didn't stop Lawrence Welk from featuring "One Toke Over The Line" on his show. Several artists recorded the song in 1971, apparently thinking it was a gospel song. Check out these stories and even a video of the legendary Lawrence Welk cover. As Michael & Tom like to say, you couldn't make this stuff up.

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