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Scarface Weed

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, October, 11th 2013 by THCFinder

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Eat your WEEDIES

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, October, 11th 2013 by THCFinder

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Ten Awesome Songs To Smoke To

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, October, 11th 2013 by THCFinder
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Everyone has a playlist of songs that they love to smoke to. Let's face it, stoners and music basically have a symbiotic relationship. They need each other to survive. So what to listen to when you're high... Well you can either just throw on Slacker or Pandora or make your own playlists! This list has been called the best stoner songs of all time (according to YouTube... You might have a different opinion!). However, after listening to these songs while hanging out with the bong definitely proved to be a good idea. I had to share with my fellow stoners!
 
1. Beniton The Menace ft. Marvin Priest - "Who's Gonna Smoke (Run This Town Mix)"

 
2. B-Real ft. Damian Jr. Gong Marley - "Fire"
 
3. Kid Cudi - "Marijuana"
 
4. Snoop Dogg -"Smoking, Smoking Weed"
 
5. 2Pac - "Staring Through My Rearview"
 
6. Ice Cube - "Check Yourself"
 
7. Turbulence - "Notorious"
 
8. Ludacris - "Blueberry Yum Yum"
 
9. Wiz Khalifa - "Roll Up"
 
10. MC Chris - "Wiid"
 
Each of these songs will enhance your smoking experience. Not only that but some of these are staples in the stoner music community, such as Check Yourself and Marijuana. Music enhances the creativity that weed gives the user, if that's the kind of strain that you've been smoking. Plus, it's awesome just to chill with friends and watch the room get smokey while you pass around the joint. 

 


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White Diamond Weed

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, October, 11th 2013 by THCFinder

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I'm on the seeweed diet

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, October, 11th 2013 by THCFinder

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Marijuana Legalization: 8 Lies the White House is Spreading About Weed

Category: Legalization | Posted on Fri, October, 11th 2013 by THCFinder
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Marijuana use is harmful and should be discouraged, or so says the White House. The misinformation regarding weed has been going on for decades, and the Obama administration is no exception. All anyone has to do read through the unintentionally hilarious “fact sheet” from the White House, and see how ridiculous our federal government has become at spreading lies about marijuana. According to the White House, “A careful examination of the facts leads to the following conclusions about the dangers of marijuana use and the likely consequences of legalization.” Let’s light their claims up!
 
   1. “The downward trend in youth marijuana use during the late 1990s has ended ... Not surprisingly, this increase coincides with a softening of youth attitudes about the risks of marijuana.” 
 
This presumptuous nugget insinuates that softening attitudes, i.e. majority support for legalization, regarding the risks of marijuana are what cause people to smoke it. In reality, people are just realizing that the facts simply aren’t on prohibition’s side. 
 
   2. “Proposals such as legalization that would promote marijuana use are inconsistent with this public health and safety approach.”
 
What the heck does public health and safety mean? In this context, there is no mention of what this public health and safety approach is. If by denying legitimate medical conditions from relief like cancer or HIV/AIDS, then yes, it is consistent with “this” public health and safety approach. What it isn’t consistent with is common sense and science. 
 
3. “Legalization would lower price, thereby increasing use.”
 
This is a fantastic example of how little the government actually understands about the markets it regulates. While legalization MAY decrease price, what will most likely happen when marijuana is legalized is like what after prohibition. The government will control it, and so prices will not necessarily decrease due to taxation and other factors, such as home gardens. This claim assumes that prices and usage are directly correlated, which isn’t true. Prices on government-dominated markets vary, something Washington forgets all too often.
 
   4. “And because drug use is sensitive to price, especially among young people, higher prices help keep use rates relatively low." 
 
This one is refuted by their own statements! They say that high prices will keep use rates low. Even if the price stayed the same, their graph at the beginning of the fact sheet invalidates their claim. If keeping marijuana illegal causes higher prices and lower usage rates, why have the usage rates been going up?
 

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