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Half Baked - Thurgood Goes to Rehab

Category: Videos | Posted on Sat, November, 26th 2016 by THCFinder


Where Marijuana Plants Flourish Under Energy-Saving LED Lights

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, November, 26th 2016 by THCFinder

TUMWATER, Wash. — Behind the covered windows of a nondescript two-story building near the Olympia Regional Airport, hundreds of marijuana plants were flowering recently in the purple haze of 40 LED lights.

It was part of a high-stakes experiment in energy conservation — an undertaking subsidized by the local electric company. With cannabis cultivation poised to become a big business in some parts of the country, power companies and government officials hope it will grow into a green industry.

The plants here, destined for sale in the form of dried flowers, joints or edible items, were just a few weeks from harvest and exuding the potent aroma of a stash room for the Grateful Dead. But the energy-efficient LED lights were the focus of attention.

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Purple TrainWreck (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sat, November, 26th 2016 by THCFinder

Purple TrainWreck (Hybrid)

Purple Trainwreck is a cross between the Granddaddy Purple and Trainwreck cannabis strains. It has a lemony scent that gives you a euphoric high. Try it during the day and Purple Trainwreck will leave you feeling uplifted and energetic. Best for stress and pain relief.


The Man Singapore Executed for Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Sat, November, 26th 2016 by THCFinder

Chijioke Stephen Obioha, a Nigerian national in Singapore, was executed for marijuana possession Nov. 18, in defiance of international protest. As the final appeals for clemency were exhausted last week, Amnesty International issued an urgent statement calling on Singapore to halt the execution. “The death penalty is never the solution,” said Rafendi Djamin, Amnesty’s director for Southeast Asia. “It will not rid Singapore of drugs. By executing people for drug-related offenses, which do not meet the threshold of most serious crimes, Singapore is violating international law.”

Obioha was caught with some 2.6 kilograms of cannabis in April 2007—exceeding the 500-gram quantity that triggers automatic presumption of trafficking under Singaporean law. At this point, the burden of proof shifts from the prosecutor to the defendant. Amnesty says this violates the right to a fair trial. It also states that drug offenses do not meet the criteria the “most serious crimes” to which use of the death penalty must be restricted under international law.

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, November, 25th 2016 by THCFinder



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