The Unfiltered History of Rolling Papers, Plus Tommy Chong's Big Fat Jamaican Vacation

It’s kind of ironic that Tommy Chong, the smokiest half of Cheech and Chong, is so closely associated with rolling papers. Sure the character he played on stage and in the movies was endlessly smoking fatties, and the comedy duo’s second album, “Big Bambu,” 1972, open…

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