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Justin Timberlake Talks Girls and Smoking Marijuana

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, June, 16th 2011 by THCFinder
 In an interview with Playboy magazine, Justin Timberlake took a walk down memory lane talking about his N'Sync and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse days, and discussed why he still smokes marijuana.
 
When asked directly if he still smokes marijuana, Timberlake replied, "Absolutely." He continued by saying that it helps him to stop thinking and that "some people are just better high."
 
The 30-year-old even divulged that when he appeared on the first episode of MTV's "Punk'd" he was high.
 
Going back to his N'Sync days, Timberlake said you couldn't help but be overwhelmed with all of the girl attention; however, he saw the least of it since he was the youngest in the group.
 
"I hate to disappoint you, but I was the youngest one in the group, so the other guys were getting more of that action, and they were protective of me," Timberlake explained.
 

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Sprint and Its Contractors Win Right to Fire Legal Users of Marijuana

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, June, 16th 2011 by THCFinder

WA needs to reverse this completely ridiculous judgement about letting companies fire medical marijuana users. If they are willing to fire people using medicine then where will the line be drawn? It's funny that you don't see any companies give a shit about employees who drink their sevles to death, no do they test for anyone popping pills... So apparently it's ok to get shit faced, pop pills, hell probably even snort some coke but if you smoke some Cannabis you are FUCKED. I cannot believe that people who are in power to make these decisions don't see the problem with this.

 

Companies in Washington State can fire employees for using medical marijuana in a legal manner, according to a ruling by the state’s Supreme Court.

 

An unnamed woman training for a position with TeleTech Customer Care Management, a customer-service firm used by Sprint, was dismissed after a pre-employment drug test revealed traces of marijuana in her body. The woman demonstrated that she was authorized under the state’s Medical Use of Marijuana Act (MUMA), which was approved by voters in 1998, to use the drug for treatment of migraines. In fact, she volunteered the information when she applied for the job. But TeleTech insisted its contract with Sprint did not allow exceptions for medical marijuana.
 
After losing her job opportunity, the woman sued the company, but lost her case twice, once before a county judge and then in front of the Washington Supreme Court. The first judge ruled that MUMA “provides only an affirmative defense to criminal prosecution under state drug laws and does not imply a civil cause of action.” The state Supreme Court agreed, by an 8-1 vote, that TeleTech and Sprint had the right to reject an employee even if her use of marijuana was legal. Justice Tom Chambers dissented, arguing that marijuana should be treated like any other legal medication, and he recommended that the state legislature clarify the law to permit use of medical marijuana outside the workplace.
 

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Police Make Rare Raid On Aloha Pot Dispensary

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Thu, June, 16th 2011 by THCFinder

More useless raids are going on once again. When will the nonsense stop?

Police have served four search warrants at the "Wake-'n-Bake Cannabis Lounge" in Aloha. It's among the first raids of cannabis dispensaries in the state.

Investigators from the Westside Interagency Narcotics Team raided the store.
 
It charges a fee for people to become members and then distributes marijuana to them for medical uses.
 
Pot dispensaries are legal in Oregon, but the rules are strict.
 
Sgt. David Thompson of the Washington County Sheriff's Office says their investigation showed customers were being asked for their Oregon Medical Marijuana Cards, but the store was essentially profiting by sales of the drug -- and that's illegal.
 
"You can get people to grow it for you. They can recoup costs, but they only recoup costs that are directly associated with it and that means utilities and supplies. But no labor. The prices when you look at what it costs to grow were not as high as people were being charged," Thompson said.
 

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Apples newest release, the ipuff!

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2011 by THCFinder

Apple is on board with medical marijuana and they show it by the release of their new amazing ipuff wink

 


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U.S. Attorney cracks down on marijuana dispensaries locally and statewide

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2011 by THCFinder

The failed war on drugs continues to battle against those trying to help the community in a positive way. When will this nonsense every stop?

RAINIER — Cora Dreyer arrived at her self-owned and operated business on June 7 only to find a note saying a US attorney’s letter awaited her at the post office.

Dreyer received the letter because her business, Big River Cannabis Club, is in violation of federal law.
 
The letter dated June 3 from the U.S. Attorney for the district of Oregon, Dwight Holton, said “It has come to investigators’ attention that you may be operating a ‘dispensary’ for marijuana, or that property you own may be being used as a marijuana dispensary. Both Oregon and federal law make it illegal to sell marijuana — period. It makes no difference what purpose the marijuana is used for, or whether the sale is cloaked as a trade of marijuana in exchange for a ‘donation.’”
 
The letter went on to say “federal action may include charges for illegal manufacture, distribution or possession with intent to distribute marijuana… for knowingly opening, leasing, maintaining property for manufacture, storage, or distribution of marijuana… as well as federal money laundering.”
 
So the Big River Cannabis Club sign went down and the for rent sign went up.
 
“I don’t want to be prosecuted and I don’t want to be trouble. We didn’t want to be a problem,” said Dreyer.
 
“We got the letter and so we shut the door,” she said.
 

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Altitude Organic Corp Sponsors Playboy Mansion Liberty Belle Ball Benefiting the Cannabis Industry

Category: News | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2011 by THCFinder
PHOENIX, June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Altitude Organic Corporation (Pinksheets:ERBB.pk - News), a leading national, publicly-traded medical marijuana company, is pleased to announce it will be a gold sponsor of the Marijuana Policy Project's Liberty Belle Ball held at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles on July 7th.  
 
The annual ball is a fundraising benefit for Washington DC-based Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) (http://www.mpp.org/).  The Marijuana Policy Project has been on the frontlines of marijuana reform for over 15 years, working diligently to change policies and laws at both federal and state levels.  The event will be attended by cannabis industry luminaries, dedicated reform activists, business owners, and celebrity supporters.
 
CEO Brian Cook stated, "We are obviously dedicated supporters of the legally-regulated marijuana industry that is being born around the country today.  Supporting the cannabis industry's growth and expansion requires donating time and money toward the cause.  The Marijuana Policy Project continues to be visionary leaders helping implement state medical marijuana programs through their dedicated lobbying efforts.  
 
The MPP is looking to raise additional money for its operating budget where they heavily invest in the goal of expanding legal medical marijuana programs to 24 states and Washington DC by the end of 2012.  Altitude Organic Corp stands fully behind their efforts to help bring about solid economic benefit and common sense regulation with cannabis."
 

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