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#304 2017-10-14 05:46:31

Wildfire Weed, Get It While It's Hot!

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/13/us/c … juana.html

Still wonder what Great Dane tastes like.

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#307 2017-10-30 21:40:45

Emmeran wrote:

As expected

Wait until they legally require the three tier distribution model to ensure extra profits for holding companies. "For the children".

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#309 2017-11-18 10:51:11

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[url=http://www.pressrepublican.com/news/local_news/medical-marijuana-doctor-arrested/article_826ecbba-3e59-5f3c-8274-05a46832984d.html wrote:

Meet Doctor Happy[/url]

Nothing to do with the article, but it drives me batshit crazy when websites for local news outlets make it nearly impossible to tell what state they are located in. Nothing in the article, banner or footer identifies the state. That makes sense when you are printing on fish wrapper for general delivery, but this is the intertubes.

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#310 2017-11-18 11:14:00

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Nothing in the article, banner or footer identifies the state. That makes sense when you are printing on fish wrapper for general delivery, but this is the intertubes.

There's only one Plattsburgh, in upstate NY, but your point is well taken. Most of today's remaining 'newspapers' are mega-corp affiliates, share their servers, wire service feeds, art, advertising resources and administration. They also tend to look identical, especially online, because they are identical. For thieving public servants, this is the best of times.

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#312 2017-12-07 08:57:24

Autocorrect nightmare: Typo in Bill C-45 legalizes cannibalism instead of cannabis

http://media.salon.com/2012/06/cannibal_rect-460x307.jpg
~ You Know the Drill ~

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#313 2017-12-07 10:01:04

Funny, even if not true.

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#314 2017-12-13 12:27:47

Amsterdam declares it has had too much of a good thing.

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#315 2017-12-14 10:34:49

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~ click ~

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#318 2018-02-07 21:37:12

VA clinics have implemented practices like yoga, meditation and acupuncture as alternatives to opioids. But activists like Nick Etten, a former Navy SEAL and the founder and director of the Veterans Cannabis Project, believe medical marijuana can help. "We see cannabis not as a gateway drug," Etten said. "We see it as an exit path off opiates."

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#319 2018-02-12 10:23:44

I quit smoking chronically when my first kid was born...20 years ago, now I have just endured 2 years of crippling back pain while waiting for fusion surgery which I just got 2 weeks ago...during the last 2 years oxys were my best friend...not a lot..1.5-2 a day so I could sleep more than 20 minutes at a time. Now it's time to kick them to the curb, at the recommendation of a friend I jumped on the mail-order flower bandwagon up here in capitalist Canuckistan..no medical card...just prove that I'm over 19 and away we go with an electronic money transfer, 2 days later I had a double vacuum packed sample pack of 8 different strains totalling  an OZ delivered to my door by Canada Post...all for 150 bucks...now to find the right one out of this selection to help wean me off the evil opioids...gotta love Canada !

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#320 2018-02-12 11:47:55

insomniac wrote:

I quit smoking chronically when my first kid was born...20 years ago, now I have just endured 2 years of crippling back pain while waiting for fusion surgery which I just got 2 weeks ago...during the last 2 years oxys were my best friend...not a lot..1.5-2 a day so I could sleep more than 20 minutes at a time. Now it's time to kick them to the curb, at the recommendation of a friend I jumped on the mail-order flower bandwagon up here in capitalist Canuckistan..no medical card...just prove that I'm over 19 and away we go with an electronic money transfer, 2 days later I had a double vacuum packed sample pack of 8 different strains totalling  an OZ delivered to my door by Canada Post...all for 150 bucks...now to find the right one out of this selection to help wean me off the evil opioids...gotta love Canada !

God save the Queen!

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#321 2018-02-12 21:53:50

Baywolfe wrote:

God save the Queen!

I think she is beyond saving !

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#322 2018-02-13 10:57:13

insomniac wrote:

Baywolfe wrote:

God save the Queen!

I think she is beyond saving !

You should look so good at 91.

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#323 2018-02-13 13:41:20

Baywolfe wrote:

insomniac wrote:

Baywolfe wrote:

God save the Queen!

I think she is beyond saving !

You should look so good at 91.

I feel bad for Charles. Always the bridesmaid...

It might very well be King Willy next.

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#324 2018-02-13 14:59:34

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Baywolfe wrote:

insomniac wrote:

I think she is beyond saving !

You should look so good at 91.

I feel bad for Charles. Always the bridesmaid...

It might very well be King Willy next.

I feel bad for Charles because he thinks that horse faced Camilla is a good looking woman.

I've wondered for years what Charles will do when the Queen finally does die; abdicate in favor of William or spite his mother and take the crown.

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#325 2018-02-13 15:14:05

Baywolfe wrote:

I've wondered for years what Charles will do when the Queen finally does die; abdicate in favor of William or spite his mother and take the crown.

She'll probably out live him, fucking women live forever.

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#327 2018-02-27 21:11:58

So a 1/2 oz of leaf turns into 1.01 kilos of narcotic when mixed with butter?

Under that same logic there is at least a pound of liquid in the bottom of my bong.

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#328 2018-02-28 15:18:42

https://media.fox32chicago.com/media.fox32chicago.com/photo/2018/02/28/benjamin-thomas-wolf-high-quality_1519839161343_5016621_ver1.0_640_360.jpg

Click, click, pass.

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#330 2018-03-07 09:07:05

Emmeran wrote:

Funding retirement

First, they are estimating the value of the drugs at $23-$70 an oz, much lower than it would actually street for, even in Norway. In the US that would have been $1 million dollars...

Secondly, for moving 50 lbs of weed he would have had a 20 year sentence here in Floridistan, not 4 years, bumped down to 2 because they don't want to change his Depends at the jail. He would have died in prison in most of the US.

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#331 2018-04-23 08:42:10

Tory leadership candidate worries weed will make Nova Scotians lazy like Jamaicans

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#332 2018-04-23 11:55:39

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Tory leadership candidate worries weed will make Nova Scotians lazy like Jamaicans

She may have a point...?

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#334 2018-05-07 16:56:29

Aerosol inhalers, like those prescribed for asthmatics, are what I expected to see fifty years ago. Failing to deliver immediate gratification will doom any delivery system.

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#335 2018-05-07 17:15:44

Penty of pre-charged vaping canisters coming out of MX, CA, CO and WA these days.

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#336 2018-05-07 17:41:04

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Penty of pre-charged vaping canisters coming out of MX, CA, CO and WA these days.

....yes indeed....;-)

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#337 2018-05-07 21:44:29

Mugwump wrote:

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Penty of pre-charged vaping canisters coming out of MX, CA, CO and WA these days.

....yes indeed....;-)

I know they find their way over the TX border.

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#338 2018-05-08 07:02:45

Too Stoned to Bitch (The New Maine News)

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#339 2018-05-08 09:08:36

Emmeran wrote:

Too Stoned to Bitch (The New Maine News)

That website is going to float away on its own awesomeness someday.

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#340 2018-05-08 11:24:19

Emmeran wrote:

Too Stoned to Bitch (The New Maine News)

Hitting (ahem...) too close to home...

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#341 2018-05-08 19:30:12

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Emmeran wrote:

Funding retirement


here in Floridistan

I blame the Swedes.

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#344 2018-05-17 17:43:16

An annual development fee of $300,000 or 3 percent, whichever is higher, of both the recreational and medical sales will be assessed along with an annual impact fee of $50,000.

Ms. Craver said the more than $100 million project will also bring substantial revenue from permitting fees, as well as all applicable real estate and property taxes.

If all goes as planned, the developer will also pay $500,000 to the town to be put toward constructing a new Public Safety Building.

See, as long as the city fathers get the payoff, it's a done deal. Still 1/2 a percent up front and 0.3% ongoing is a pretty good "impact fee". Just don't expect the town to stay satisfied with that in the long term. Once they have the goose, they are going to squeeze it all day long.

Money, like drugs, builds a hell of a tolerance over time...

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#345 2018-05-17 17:54:28

GooberMcNutly wrote:

An annual development fee of $300,000 or 3 percent, whichever is higher, of both the recreational and medical sales will be assessed along with an annual impact fee of $50,000.

Ms. Craver said the more than $100 million project will also bring substantial revenue from permitting fees, as well as all applicable real estate and property taxes.

If all goes as planned, the developer will also pay $500,000 to the town to be put toward constructing a new Public Safety Building.

See, as long as the city fathers get the payoff, it's a done deal. Still 1/2 a percent up front and 0.3% ongoing is a pretty good "impact fee". Just don't expect the town to stay satisfied with that in the long term. Once they have the goose, they are going to squeeze it all day long.

Money, like drugs, builds a hell of a tolerance over time...

It's still a helluva lot more profitable than paying penitentiary costs for two-bit pot dealers, and the hilarious part is that "Public Safety Building" usually translates into "Cop Shop".

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#346 2018-05-17 20:49:22

GooberMcNutly wrote:

Once they have the goose, they are going to squeeze it all day long.

Squeeze all you want, to make foie gras, you have to crack a few eggs.

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#347 2018-05-17 21:14:45

Emmeran wrote:

It's still a helluva lot more profitable than paying penitentiary costs for two-bit pot dealers, and the hilarious part is that "Public Safety Building" usually translates into "Cop Shop".

Maybe if they grow enough pot to raise enough taxes, they can put in a gym with some nice saunas and the cops will want to spend all their time there instead of out hassling folks.

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#348 2018-06-01 13:59:10

http://buzzardsbay.net/dykes/thumb/046.Capt.Alden.Besse_Wareham.jpg


Capt Alden Besse

Great, great uncle's home becomes town's first dispensary. Click image.

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#349 2018-06-01 14:38:17

Epic

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#350 2018-10-07 17:48:02

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NYTimes: Neal Pollack's Weed Addict Confessional

Poor Pollack. Those with long memories will recall Neal once flogged the nation's looniest and sanest political commentary.

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