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Alien OG Bubba (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, December, 4th 2013 by THCFinder

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Marijuana On (And Off) The Job

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, December, 4th 2013 by THCFinder
mmj-on-and-off-the-jobFinding a job in his economy is extremely tough. Even people with college degrees and tons of experience are having trouble finding work. People still need to pay the bills though and are searching for jobs anywhere that they can. For stoners, finding some cash may be more difficult than some, considering the high risk of getting a job that drug tests... Or possibly even fired because you smoke at home.
 
Drugs tests are one of the biggest enemies of the stoner. They're difficult to pass and extremely hindering. Plus, why should what you do at home have a say in what job you have? People that don't smoke could be even more dangerous than those that do! No one can really ever truly know another person and while I may be watching too much Dexter, it's possible for anyone to be something they're not. But just because a person likes to smoke a bowl before bed, they don't deserve employment? Avoiding a drug test is a number one goal for most stoners looking for work, which is the reason that a lot of stoners populate the service industry, bartenders, waiters, waitresses, etc.
 
On the other hand, there are places that will fire employees if they are suspected or found out to be using drugs outside of the workplace. This scenario is even more ridiculous than trying to pass a drug test. Seeing as how the employee has already been working and has proved themselves (providing that they are already a good employee), it is completely unfair that someone will lose their source of income because of weed. There have been numerous college and high school students that have been barred from proms, school fairs, and graduations because of silly marijuana charges, in addition to losing their jobs. Not only is that on their record but they have to say on new applications that they were fired because of it. Double whammy.
 
Someone who smokes shouldn't lose everything because of what they do at home. There are alcoholics and pill heads that have jobs yet they are never at risk as long as they can pull it together for a few hours of work. People who use marijuana sometimes use it to better their function. If firing people that use marijuana is allowed, then people who drink and take prescription pills should be tested for too. If that's the case, no one will be able to work. Doesn't seem right does it?

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Before and After ; )

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, December, 3rd 2013 by THCFinder

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Bubba Kush Shatter Concentrate

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Tue, December, 3rd 2013 by THCFinder

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A blunt a day keeps the Drama away

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, December, 3rd 2013 by THCFinder

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Smokin' on the slopes? Colorado ski resorts issue weed warning as legalization nears

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, December, 3rd 2013 by THCFinder
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Washington –  The stakes are high for Colorado’s multi-billion dollar ski industry.  
 
As the state prepares to legalize recreational marijuana on Jan. 1, Rocky Mountain resorts are preparing for a rush of pot smokers looking to light up on the slopes. One might think that skiing and pot-smoking would be an unwise combination -- and that's probably correct. But a handful of marijuana-themed ski trips already are being marketed, and the state's ski industry is trying to get in front of what could be a dangerous fad. 
 
Mountain managers are concerned not only about safety but their tourism image. The fear is that some of the more conservative, family-run resorts will see a backlash from people who don’t want to be in a cannabis cloud. 
 
Jennifer Rudolph of Colorado Ski Country USA, a trade association that represents 21 resorts in the state, says the ski industry generates about $3 billion in tourism revenue annually and Colorado had more than 11 million skier visits last year, outpacing every other state in the nation.
 
It’s those kinds of numbers that tourism operators hope to cash in on.
 
Colorado Highlife Tours is offering a party package starting at $75 per person which includes “affordable Marijuana friendly ski buses” for groups to Breckenridge, Winter Park, Eldora, Loveland, Echo Mountain, Keystone, Copper Mountain Resort and Vail.
 
The tour operators will pick up passengers, drive customers to ski resorts/towns and provide refreshments on the bus.
 
“We can stop off at one of the many retail marijuana stores for you to buy some of Colorado’s finest marijuana products and smoking accessories,” the site boasts. “We then will take you to your hotel for front door drop off & for you to have a fabulous time on the slopes. Some of the local resort towns have marijuana to buy also!”
 

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