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Waking Life

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, November, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder
waking-life-smoking-weedMarijuana smokers always want to be stoned. There's an extreme difference between the world sober and the world stoned. A lot of people who use marijuana for anxiety claim that they have this feeling. When sober, the world is full of things that stress stoners out. From family and friends to work and school, we live in a harsh world. With all of the laws in place today, marijuana allows us stoners avoid "waking life" as it's called.
 
It's not recommended that you use marijuana as an escape from reality because that's not exactly what it is. Smoking the plant gives the user the ability to function normally during day to day activity. Whether the person experiences pain or a mental disorder like depression or anxiety, cannabis creates the feeling that there is no pain, sadness, or stressors. While there are some things in the world that people have an extremely hard time dealing with, it is possible to utilize cannabis so that you can go about your day without worry.
 
Some people really struggle to make it through the day without their medicine. It's hard to even get out of bed for particular patients. When your waking life is full of aches, why would you want to get up in the morning? By smoking a single bowl of cannabis, the day doesn't seem as tedious. There are thousands of people in the United States alone that suffer from illnesses that can be effected positively by THC and CBD, as well as the other substances in cannabis.
 
It's not an escape from reality. It's a way to forget about the issues that plague every day life. Smoking weed isn't like doing crack. Daily functions are still completely doable, if not more manageable. The illegality of marijuana prevents patients from going about their days because their waking life is full of pain and suffering. Marijuana doesn't let you escape but it enhances the good things and fades away the bad. Seeing as how the human body has a complete system for processing THC, how can we argue against the fact that perhaps waking life is actually when using marijuana?

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Super Sour OG - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sat, November, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder

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Triple Blunt fun

Category: Tokers | Posted on Sat, November, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder

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Massachusetts sees 100 bids to open medical marijuana dispensaries

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Sat, November, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder
mass-sees-dispensary-bidsThe list of companies vying to open Massachusetts’ first medical marijuana dispensaries has been pared down significantly, according to the latest numbers released Thursday by state regulators.
 
Just 100 organizations submitted applications by the 3 p.m. deadline, but roughly a third of those that survived the first-round cut in September chose not to go forward.
 
Many prospective applicants were apparently knocked out by recent rule changes that required each company to prove it has $500,000 cash available in its bank account for start-up costs.
 
Before the rule changes, regulators merely required the medical marijuana dispensary applicants to show that the money was pledged by investors in commitment letters.
 
Dr. Madeleine Biondolillo, director of the state health department bureau that oversees the process, said she is encouraged that there is a “robust” number of companies still in the running.
 
“There is a number of strong applicants who are willing to go through the process, and can assure us they can meet all the requirements, that they have the wherewithal financially and otherwise to able to be set up a coherent and effective business,” she said.
 

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Jupiter OG - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sat, November, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder

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Maine fails to legalize marijuana

Category: Legalization | Posted on Sat, November, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder
maine-mmjAn effort to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Maine has failed in the state’s Legislative Council, which vets bills before they can be introduced for consideration.
 
The bill would have legalized, taxed, and regulated the use of marijuana in the state, but it failed to gather majority support in the council. The final vote was 5-5, and the bill will not be considered again until 2015.
 
The tabling of the bill comes after Portland, Maine, became the first city on the East Coast to officially legalize the drug earlier this month.
 
"Portland had spoken so loudly that it's a shame that Legislative Council didn't listen to them," said Democratic state Rep. Diane Russell, who introduced the bill, to the Portland Daily Sun. About 81 percent of votes in Russell’s district voted for Portland’s initiative to legalize pot, which passed easily citywide with 70 percent support overall.
 
If Russell’s measure had passed its initial vote, it would’ve been brought up for consideration during the state’s four-month second legislative session that begins on January 1. Under Maine’s constitution, this session is reserved for emergency and budget-related bills, and according to one of the council’s nay votes, there is simply not enough time to debate and analyze such an important proposal.
 
"We're going into a short session [in January], and for Portlanders and Mainers this short session is exactly four months, and for a bill that is this complex and this big, I did not feel it had the time to have the stakeholders come together," said Democratic state Senator Justin Alfond, whose district is also located in Portland, to the Daily Sun.
 
Supporters of the bill, including Marijuana Policy Project Political Director David Boyer, told the Huffington Post it’s disappointing to see Alfond vote against a bill his constituents overwhelmingly support.
 
Read more: http://rt.com

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