The city of brotherly ONE love.

April 7, 2010 - Leave a Response

So I guess Philadelphia is sick of dealing with court dockets being crowded by potheads, they just passed a policy effective later this month.  People caught with small amounts of pot (up to 30 grams) for personal pot use will soon just face a fine instead of a criminal record.  Basically it’s like a parking ticket.   Do you know how many cheese steaks one could demolish walking around the streets of Philadelphia with 30 grams of pot!!?  This is a titanic victory for Philly cheese steak dispensaries all around the city of brotherly love.


Cop on Pot Brownies.

April 6, 2010 - One Response

This one of the best youtube videos ever!  This cop thinks they are both over dosing over on weed brownies.  But the whole time he was functioning perfectly fine, if one was overdosing on any drugs they would not be calling 911 sounding so fluent and functional.  Secondly it’s impossible to overdose on pot.  But one can easily overdose on milk or water.

Weed Brownies are 4x stronger.

April 6, 2010 - One Response

So I’ve heard of a lot of people getting very paranoid and getting freaked out when they eat weed brownies.  This often leads people to draw a negative conclusion and experience of cannabis use.  It’s because when THC is consumed, your body compresses it into 11-hydroxy metabolite which is 4x stronger than regular THC when it is just smoked!  You’re in for a bad trip if you’ve had no prior use and just gobble a whole brownie.  This is why this cop and his wife called 911 freaked out after they ate some weed brownies, it’s a classic on youtube.  Shit like this probably wouldn’t happen if it were regulated and had a warning about the type of marijuana you are using.

Common Sense.

April 5, 2010 - Leave a Response

Why is marijuana classified as a schedule one drug along with LSD, Heroin, and Ecstasy? That’s just like the test questions we used to get in back in grade school.   Please select the following answer does not belong in the same group with the rest of the answers.

1.     A. Lion    B. Tiger          C. Crab           D. Panther

2.     A. LSD      B. Heroin      C. Ecstasy     D. Marijuana

Green tops the polls…no surprise.

April 2, 2010 - Leave a Response

To anyone who follows polls or polling it is to the surprise of nobody marijuana is at the top of priority lists all across America, the call to “legalize the medicinal and recreational use of marijuana” placed #1 in the 2010 online vote for the “Top 10 Ideas for Change in America.”   Despite it’s perpetual first place finishes the mainsteam media and the administration keep dismissing and treating it with apathy.

California Governor hopefuls bash pot?

April 2, 2010 - Leave a Response

Cannabis is on the ballot for Californians in November, but all three Governor hopefuls are openly against pot legalization.  What does this mean?  Will this have effect on the implementation of the Act if the voters pass the Cannabis Act?

I smell legal weed in the air in the near future.

April 2, 2010 - Leave a Response

I have a funny feeling weed is going to be legal soon.  Not to sound Obamish  or anything but change is in the air, and it’s a little more than the springy  feeling you used to get when you watched Disney’s classic Bambi.  But the political world has finally got some action back with healthcare, cranked up drilling, student loan forgiveness, Palin’s out and about, weed’s on the ballot, bricks are through windows, dirty priests, fiery politicians, and just fiery rhetoric all over from all sides.  I kind have got to say, “I dig it”. People are waking up and actually starting go give a shit about what’s going on around them.

Weed on the Ballot in November.

March 29, 2010 - Leave a Response

The California Secretary officially certified the Regulate, Control, and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010 for the state’s November ballot.  This means Californians will be able end marijuana prohibition on November 2.  The Act  states persons in California over the age of 21 will be legally to cultivate and possess cannabis.   It will also allow economically struggling counties and cities to regulate and sell cannabis reaping millions of dollars a year in tax revenue.  It also comes  with room for legislation to enact a statewide revenue system.  This should be interesting,  is it our first step towards  ending weed prohibition nationwide, or will it prove all the skeptics of marijuana  legalization correct?

Green paying for our lack of green.

March 25, 2010 - Leave a Response

Yale Law Professor Steven Duke says Outlawing marijuana is extremely expensive “would raise about $10 billion in taxes per year and would save another $10 billion we now spend on law enforcement and imprisoning marijuana users and distributors.”  Boom! Now that’s a cute little green bill that would help pay for the $1 T health bill, $15 billion job creation bill, and the $700 billion stimulus package.

Salvia vs. Weed

March 23, 2010 - Leave a Response

I’m not sure if you guys have heard of this legal drug one can buy at smoke shops or the internet called “salvia divinorum”.  This legal drug is a TRIP!  It literally causes slobbery and extreme mental retardation x 30!   But one can’t smoke a little weed and destroy a bag of Doritos.  Something is twisted; this proves the government is pretty much clueless when it comes to regulating drugs.   Check out this video of Weed vs. Salvia.  Then YouTube people smoking salvia, it’s crazy!