Profiling Cannabis Clothing
Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, November, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
Cannabis lovers really enjoy showing off their green personalities with clothing and accessories, just like some people express their love for bands and music. There's absolutely nothing wrong with wearing cannabis clothing... To us. Others don't really see it that way. And by others, I mean those that give dirty looks to the individuals that choose to plaster their cannabis use on their clothes. These people obviously don't support the plant and definitely disapprove of us doing so.
If you wear cannabis related clothing, you've probably experienced someone giving you trouble for wearing something so blatantly illegal. Sometimes, it's just a dirty look and other times, the brave ones will make comments. Either way, whatever they do, it's not okay. Giving someone trouble because they wear what they wear is unacceptable. Most cannabis related shirts are pretty unoffensive, containing simple designs that are totally unoffensive. No one gives dirty looks to people who wear their favorite band shirt or a shirt with a clothing company logo on it. Does a screen print of a leaf or a sassy cannabis related saying really merit such harsh treatment?
There are some marijuana shirts that are pretty rough cut, even including curse words. Most, however, are pretty simple. A stoner should be able to wear what they want to, in order to show their support for a movement. The negative reaction to the choice of clothing just proves how ignorant people still are and that they still carry much resentment for the cannabis leaf. It's mostly a result of the lack of knowledge. A person that gives a dirty look to a fellow human based on the article of clothing portraying a piece of nature? Not only that but there are far more offensive shirts that are sold in malls. But yet it still seems to be cannabis related clothing gets the most negative feedback from others.
When people see marijuana clothing, they automatically stereotype the wearer. Lazy, stupid, criminal, etc. That's what they think. Of course, most of the time that's not true. But seeing as how their lack of knowledge on the subject is so great, they really just don't know any better. If they've spent their entire lives getting brainwashed to think that cannabis is wrong, then of course they're going to give us dirty looks. Unfortunately,, the best option in these cases is to just ignore them. Their ugly, scrunched up faces are nothing compared to the knowledge that cannabis lovers possess... We support a plant that cures cancer, that helps people to function. Whether or not they do, is their decision.
Feds raid Denver-area marijuana dispensaries and grow operations
Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Fri, November, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
Seven weeks before the nation's first retail marijuana shops open in Colorado, federal authorities Thursday morning raided more than a dozen Denver metro area marijuana facilities.
In the largest federal raid on Colorado marijuana facilities since medical marijuana became legal, federal law enforcement agents with an assist from local police officers executed search and seizure warrants at multiple dispensaries and cultivation facilities throughout the region — at least a dozen in Denver alone.
At one raid in Boulder, a pile of seized marijuana lay in the snow like Christmas trees until a front-end loader scooped it up. At the VIP Cannabis dispensary in Denver, broken glass from a shattered front window littered the parking lot while masked agents hauled boxes of evidence into a U-Haul truck.
Police turned customers away. And the dispensary's website said it would be closed on Thursday and Friday.
Jeff Dorschner, spokesman for the U.S. Department of Justice in Denver, said the raids were being conducted by the Drug Enforcement Administration, Internal Revenue Service criminal investigations unit, the Denver Police Department and state and local law enforcement.
"Although we cannot at this time discuss the substance of this pending investigation, the operation under way today comports with the Department's recent guidance regarding marijuana enforcement matters," Dorschner said in his e-mailed statement to The Denver Post.
"As this is an on-going investigation, no additional information will be made available," he said.
Read more: http://www.denverpost.com
Frosty Alien OG Bubba (Hybrid)
Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, November, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
Does A Strain Name Mean Anything Anymore?
Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, November, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
For a lot of people, strain names are a huge part of picking what medicine they want to smoke. Different strains come with different benefits for certain ailments. But for those in illegal states who still buy their bud from a street dealer, and even those in medical states, run the risk of getting different bud than what it's said to be. Not necessarily a totally different strain name but different grow conditions contribute to the bud in the end result!
Getting weed from a street dealer means that you have absolutely not idea what the strain is, nor if the bud is quality. When in the situation of buying weed off of a less than reputable person, one learns to disregard strain names and stick to "good" and "bad". In my personal experience, I have seen Blue Dream look bright and fluffy, while other times I've gotten what was said to be the same strain, yet condensed and with an abundance of orange hairs. Very little similarities in what was said to be the same strain prove that strain name doesn't always matter.
At the same time, dispensaries get their weed from different growers as well. And as said before, every grow room is different. Different conditions produce different buds so not all medicine is alike. This is really apparent in purple strains, which can be more or less purple with hotter or colder temperatures. Even the different types of growing (hydro, soil, air) can effect the outcome of the flowers. Even a sad looking bag of nugs can have good genetics but the growing process effects the plant greatly and can make or break a harvest.
Basically, while strain names may be an asset to cannabis, some people just can't depend on them. Which is fine! Just be sure that you know what you're getting. Those with medical access don't have to watch out for it as much because the dispensaries are so meticulous about the bud they sell. But those still buying from a street dealer should be aware that the name given isn't always what it is and it's better just to go with "nameless" sometimes, rather than saying it's a certain strain and then getting your head bit off because you were "wrong".
What strain is packed in your bong?
Category: Tokers | Posted on Thu, November, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
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