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Ian Cheech and Simon Chong have joined Bermuda spark-up SmokeRe from California-based Pot Re as like, joint heads of something or other. The veteran risk tokers said the appointments were a complete shock to them as they don?t remember signing anything. ?Man, we laughed like crazy sons of bitches when we were told we had blagged a gig in Bermuda of all places,? Cheech said. ?Where the hell is Bermuda??

Told they would be in charge of the excess department, Chong said that the ?gig? sounded cool. ?Excess is like one my specialities,? he giggled, exhaling noisily. ?I remember once we were in Amsterdam. Actually, I forget now what happened in Amsterdam.?

Cheech said he was looking forward to wearing loud shirts, ?big old shorts? and kicking back on the beach with the other reinsurance dudes. ?Man, it?s going to be a trip just rapping with Chong and brokers on the beach and turning on to the whole risk thing,? he said. ?So long as it doesn?t like totally freak us out.?

Asked about the increasing attention on the industry from regulators and supervisors, Chong said that, ?If you?re cool with The Man, The Man will be cool with you. I know he?s been sending out some bad vibes since the bank dudes screwed up but The Man needs to chill a little. That?s all, dude.?

Cheech agreed, pointing out that positive energy from supervisory authorities would bring instant karma to the markets. Pressed for his opinion of Solvency 2, Cheech said, ?Man I never touch that solvency stuff, I?m only turned on by organic growth, if you catch my meaning man.?

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