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Smoking At Work

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, November, 13th 2013 by THCFinder
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Everyone knows that work is sometimes pretty tough to deal with. Since a lot of people still have to be sneaky about smoking, not to mention absurd stress at work, it can be hard to deal. Being stoned takes away the stress and allows a lot of people to do their jobs even better. But handling sneaky bosses and high volume environments, how is one supposed to be comfortably stoned in their careers?
 
You should always start a job on the sober side. Whether you're a functioning stoner or not, learning new tasks and skills is sometimes better done sober when it comes to making a living. But once you begin to get a handle on how things work, you can begin to figure out exactly how high you should be while at work. At certain jobs, people tend to want to be extremely baked. This includes any sort of service industry person, people who depend on tips and don't make a lot of hourly pay. The stress of dealing with needy or rude customers calls for a need to constantly be some level of high. Whether you smoke blunts on a cigarette break or sneak special brownies around in your bag, service industry people are always stoned. Construction, painting, and landscaping are also jobs that stoners tend to do better high. The attention to detail, not to mention being outside, makes for a perfect job to do high, providing you can get past the drug tests that those jobs sometimes do.
 
Being stoned when you get to work is easy but how exactly do you keep that feeling going? Bosses can be super watchful and it can be hard to toke up when you have to serve six or more tables or an entire house to paint. Your best bet at workplaces like these is to either take cigarette breaks, in which you can take a fast puff and at least be semi-stoned or have some sort of edible with you. These are inconspicuous and can be eaten fast enough so that no hungry coworkers try to steal it from you. The cigarette shaped one hitters or Urban Papers are good for super sneaky smoking at work, if you use the cigarette approach. You can also snag an empty pack off of a coworker to store these in. Talk about sneaky, right?
 
You can also find multiple small vaporizers that are easy enough to conceal. That way, you can pretty much just sneak in to the bathroom. If anyone comments on a funny smell, there's plenty of smart comments that you can respond with. Use your imagination. Smoking at work is a totally possible and it's not that difficult. You just need to know how to handle yourself at work. Be sure that you can do your job safely and the right way. If you're going to be stealth smoking, you need to at least know you can do what you're supposed to do

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White Rhino Flowering

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, November, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

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A Higher state of mind for Cannabis users = )

Category: Tokers | Posted on Wed, November, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

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Portland pot legalization advocates expect police to "stop punishing adult marijuana users"

Category: News | Posted on Wed, November, 13th 2013 by THCFinder
stop-punishing-for-marijuana-usePORTLAND — Two days after Portland police said they would “use their discretion” to enforce state law regarding possession of marijuana, the group that spearheaded passage of a new city ordinance legalizing recreational use said they expect police to yield to the will of the people.
 
On Election Day, more than 67 percent of Portland voters approved of a new city ordinance to legalize possession of up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana in the city. The law will become effective on Dec. 6, 30 days after the vote.
 
Recreational use of the drug remains illegal under federal and state laws, which Portland Police Chief Michael Sauschuck said “pre-empt local ordinances.”
 
In a statement Friday, Tom MacMillan, chairman of the Portland Green Independent Committee, which campaigned for the ordinance, said, “The vote on Tuesday was a clear indication that Portland residents want our police force to stop punishing adult marijuana users. The police have the discretion to do so while still enforcing city, state and federal rules for public use, use under 21 and possession over 2.5 ounces. Portland officials must be accountable to the will of the people.”
 
“It is very encouraging that marijuana possession citations have decreased by 26 percent over a period of a year,” City Councilor David Marshall said in the release. “The voters expect the public and the police to comply with the ordinance when it goes into effect. The election results are a mandate that supports the discretion police are using in regards to adult marijuana possession.”
 
According to a fact sheet posted last Friday on the city’s website, the new ordinance will not affect the Police Department’s enforcement of state law.
 
“Officers will continue to use their discretion and judgment in a manner that will ensure that their enforcement authority is exercised in a fair and judicious manner,” the document said.
 

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Brickleberry Crumble

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Wed, November, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

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Lazy Stoners Or Uneducated Name Callers?

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, November, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

There’s a strong stereotype surrounding the cannabis community… We are lazy, stupid, and can’t contribute to society at all.

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Now, that’s pretty harsh. There are all kinds of people that smoke weed. From young teens to senior citizens, almost everyone has smoked cannabis at some point in their life. Is their stereotype really true? Are we really that lazy?

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In the time that I’ve been writing for the cannabis blogs that circulate the internet, I have seen hundreds of different stoners. I’ve seen the lazy do-nothings. Just because they don’t have any long term goals doesn’t mean that they’re not good people. If you’re a lazy stoner, chances are you weren’t that active to begin with. However, the majority of the people that I’ve dealt with are all types. There have been massive feeds I’ve seen run by teachers, cannabis cooking sites run by 80 year old women, and stoners that win gold medals in the Olympics. Lazy? Not so much.

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If stoners are lazy, then why does it seem we’re the only group of people that are actively fighting for a cause? Stoners are not lazy people. By thinking hard and opening our minds to alternate possibilities, stoners are the ones that are creating new and improved ways to live life. The companies that sell stoner products are some of the most innovative out there. While on a small scale, these awesome products make the stoner’s life easier. Imagine if these people had the money and funding to make products that everyone could use to better their lives… How much better would the world be then?

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Stoners aren’t lazy. That rude rumor was definitely invented by someone who’s never smoked, let alone knows anything about what cannabis does. If anything, smoking weed makes it okay to have a lazy day. There’s nothing wrong with that, is there? While some people are rushing through life, getting closer and closer to the inevitable end, potheads have learned to slow down, to enjoy life, and to see things as they really are. There’s a large difference between lazy and what stoners do. It would be great if people could understand that concept and stop labeling smokers as lazy bums.

- Source: http://www.stonerdays.com/


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