Last year, 10,000 people showed up for a giant marijuana rally at the University of Colorado-Boulder, and school officials don't want it to happen again.
They got a helping hand from a judge yesterday, who supported the university's plan to bar outsiders from its campus on 4/20, a hallowed day for pot smokers. And officials took things a step further, blanketing Norlin Quadrangle -- which has played host to the event in the past -- with a smelly, fish-based fertilizer.
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