‘Anonymous Apes’ demand cannabis reform, likening DEA’s existing outdated approach to a ‘floppy disk or VHS tape’

‘Anonymous Apes’ demand cannabis reform, likening DEA’s existing outdated approach to a ‘floppy disk or VHS tape’

Author: Angela Stelmakowich

There was no monkeying around for a group of cannabis advocates who set up shop outside the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) headquarters last week to urge the agency to relinquish its Neanderthal approach to weed.

In an inventive bid to convince the DEA to get with the times, members of a group calling themselves the “Anonymous Apes” did a re-enactment of 2001: A Space Odyssey , which features an alien monolith that triggers apes evolving into modern humankind, according to Merry Jane.

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