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Kush Expo 2012

Category: Events | Posted on Thu, July, 26th 2012 by THCFinder

The Kush Expo was a blast! If you didn't make it out don't worry there is another huge Kush Expo Festival going on in October in La and we hear it's going to be 10x bigger and better. For all of those who did make it out, thank you for your support and coming by to say hi at our booth! We can't wait until October comes around so we can see all our THCFinder fans at the show. Until then enjoy some of the pictures from Kush Expo 2012 in Anaheim California. 
































Wild Microscope glass bong

Category: Glass | Posted on Thu, July, 26th 2012 by THCFinder



Medical marijuana advocates plan strategy against LA dispensary ban

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, July, 26th 2012 by THCFinder
LOS ANGELES -- While Los Angeles officials were working out exactly how to phrase a letter to 762 registered pot dispensaries ordering them to shut down, medical marijuana advocates vowed Wednesday to overturn the City Council's newly approved ban on the stores.
Councilman Jose Huizar, who championed the pot-shop ban, had said the exemption for the 182 dispensaries would give "false hope" to medical marijuana advocates.
On Wednesday, his spokesman Rick Coca sought to clarify that there's only one ordinance right now: A ban that is slated to go into effect within 40 days.
The new ordinance allows groups of up to three patients and their caregivers to grow their own medical marijuana, and it provides an exemption for hospices, licensed clinics and home-health agencies.
City officials were discussing Wednesday whether to send a notice to the 762 registered pot shops from the Los Angeles Police Department or from the City Attorney's Office.
It's also unclear which shops will be targeted first, in case some refuse to shut down. "Enforcement priorities" will be determined by LAPD, City Attorney's Office spokesman Frank Mateljan said.


Cannabis Bling

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, July, 26th 2012 by THCFinder



The History of Cannabis and How it Became Illegal

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, July, 26th 2012 by THCFinder

For some 99% of recorded history, cannabis was perfectly legal. Then an unfortunate series of circumstances combined early in the 20th century to create a massive prohibition around the plant in The United States.


In the 1930’s, a lack of knowledge about cannabis joined with William Randolph Hearst and his desire to keep hemp from competing with his timer interests. This combination joined with the career aspirations of one Harry J. Anslinger, who saw what alcohol prohibition had done for the FBI and the power of J. Edgar Hoover. So Anslinger needed something to prohibit. Hearst needed hemp banned, and the general population just didn’t know any better, and for the most part, didn’t even care.


Now, 20+ million arrests, prosecutions and incarcerations later, we are left to endure the carnage that marijuana prohibition causes. And because of the massive amounts of money backing prohibition up, we aren’t likely to see a repeal anytime soon.


So many lives destroyed over a plant, just so some people can make money and have nice, cushy, powerful jobs. When will the madness end? When will adults be allowed to live their own lives?




Dank buds

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, July, 26th 2012 by THCFinder




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