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Double Tokes

Category: Tokers | Posted on Wed, July, 25th 2012 by THCFinder


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420 dirtbike

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, July, 25th 2012 by THCFinder


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Beautiful buds

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, July, 24th 2012 by THCFinder

 


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L.A. City Council bans medical marijuana dispensaries

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Tue, July, 24th 2012 by THCFinder
In what could be a turning point in the city's seemingly unending battle to regulate the distribution of medical marijuana, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to ban all pot dispensaries, while also opening the door to possibly let some remain.
 
Under the ban, all of the 762 dispensaries registered in the city will be sent letters ordering them to shut down immediately. Those that don't comply may face legal action from the city.
 
Medical marijuana activists erupted in jeers after the decision, and police officers were called into the council chambers to quell them. Some activists threatened to sue. Others vowed to draft a ballot initiative to overturn the ban.
 
"We're not going to make this easy for the city of Los Angeles," said Don Duncan, California director of Americans for Safe Access.
 
The new ordinance will allow patients and their caregivers to grow and share marijuana in groups of three people or fewer. But activists complain that few patients have the time or skills for that, with one dispensary owner saying it costs at least $5,000 to grow the plant at home.
 

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Get paid to smoke WEED

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, July, 24th 2012 by THCFinder

 


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Marijuana helps seniors in South Florida see pain go up in smoke

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, July, 24th 2012 by THCFinder
That kindly gent with the rose garden, the cute little old lady in the deli line, the mahjong master at the community center — any one could be among a growing portion of our aging population: the senior stoner.
 
In retiree-rich South Florida, some golden-agers are — gasp! — sporting illegal smiles as they discreetly puff on joints to ease the aches and pains of advancing years.
 
"It's like taking a magic pill," said a 70-year-old Boca Raton woman who smokes pot almost daily to counteract cancer chemotherapy pain. "I can have a crappy, crappy day and I take one toke and in less than three minutes I'm leveled out and feel wonderful."
 
Such scofflaws opt to flout convention rather than suffer. And their numbers are hardly insubstantial: 30 percent of Americans 50 and older have tried pot, according to a 2009 survey by the government's Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive.
 
Last year, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health estimated that drug use among seniors has increased more than 3 percent over the past eight years. The number is expected to triple by 2020.
 
One recent convert was a 70-year-old Delray Beach woman who calls herself Mary. "I'm a good, Catholic churchgoing person," she said. "I've never taken a drug in my life."
 
But when a friend with an out-of-state prescription for medical marijuana offered a joint to alleviate the "excruciating" pain of a shoulder injury, Mary took a chance.
 
"I had one hit and I went, 'Oh, dear God, this is awesome,'" she said. "It made me feel that much better. It absolutely should be legalized."
 
For years, a 65-year-old Pompano Beach retiree tried every manner of drug from Dilaudid to morphine to battle pain from damaged bones, arthritis and fibromyalgia. "I've been on all the hard drugs and nothing happens," he said. Then he sampled a little reefer.
 
"I'll tell you, the first hit there was Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah day," he said. "The only thing that helps is happy grass."
 
Obtaining the illicit weed can be problematic for seniors. The Boca Raton cancer victim relies on her husband — while retaining plausible deniability. "He might get it on the golf course," she said. "I don't know where, I don't ask."
 
The Pompano Beach man grows pot in his backyard, cures it and smokes by the thimble-full in a hookah-like machine. "It's very therapeutic," he said. "I'm thinking of putting signs out in my yard — they could say 'Legalize Pot.'" One of his "happy grass" pals is 80.
 
Celeste Wheeler, 89, also of Pompano Beach, has never tried it, but is curious about joining the reefer club. "I'm very interested," she said. "Maybe something could help my back pain."
 
 
 

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