Woman claims police made marijuana sticker mistake
Category: Odd | Posted on Wed, February, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
SHELBY COUNTY, Tenn. (WTVR) – A Texas couple claims their love for a certain college football team lead police to believe they were dealing drugs.
Bonnie Jonas Boggioni, 65, said police in Tennessee pulled her over because of a sticker on the back of her car.
“A car from another jurisdiction called ahead to let us know you were coming and that we better check it out,” she said the officer told her.
She says police mistook the Ohio State Buckeye sticker on the back of her car for a marijuana leaf.
“Then he said, ‘well you need to take that off.’ What in Tennessee? He said ‘no, forever.’” she said.
Boggioni said police eventually let her go without a ticket.
“We were still kind of laughing until I got here and then I thought now that’s – that’s not right,” she said.
Jack Herer Strain review with pics
Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, February, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
Jack Herer is a prized sativa-dominant indica/sativa hybrid well known for both its cerebral high and its strong body high. The strain is a cross between Skunk #1, Haze, and Northern Lights #5. Jack Herer is the parent to many subset strains.
Strain Name: Jack Herer
Date Acquired: July 30, 2011
Looks: Very dense, but soft yet sticky to the touch nugs; light green in color with orange/rust colored hairs and crystallized in trichs.
Smell: Sweet and spicy. Orange juice, lemon and pepper. Scent will linger in the room for a short bit (but in a pleasant way).
Taste: Very smooth smoke. Although not as noticeable as the smell, there is a sweet underlying tone with this strain with a lemon-peppery after taste. Somewhat like a fruit salad with spicy (taste, not heat) dressing. The inhale was more fruity with the exhale being "ginger" spicy. A very tasty strain!
Buzz Type: Gave me a solid sense of focus and awareness. Can be a bit "racy" during some sections of the buzz. Provided me with energetic full body tingle too.
Buzz Length: Above Average to Long (1.5 to 2 hours)
* Finally! I've been craving a really solid Sativa for months! This batch of Jack Herer came calling to my rescue.
This is a "Feel Good" strain. Everything was enjoyable around me while medicating with Jack Herer. Sounds were nicely amplified; especially outside.
Jack Herer's scent is quite strong; especially when scissoring, but the sweetness and spiciness of the smell I do like. The lingering smell is pleasing to my nostrils vs. some of the stronger Indica OG's I medicate with. A "clean" smoking strain, Jack Herer left behind minimal resin build up in my glass bong.
I found myself flying all over the place during some sessions while really focused with deep intuitive thought on others. I got wrapped up into some "deep" conversations while medicating with Jack Herer.
Overall, just an awesome Sativa that was my perfect daytime medicine when I had various things to do and really needed to multi-task. Still be careful though... a few times while walking forward, it felt like as if someone was pulling me forward. I definitely enjoyed this strain.
R.I.P Jack Herer! You will never be forgotten and your legacy will live forever with this great strain.
Cheers (& Cough),
Find more in depth reviews like this one at ie420patient.com
U.S. drug czar: We will enforce federal marijuana laws
Category: News | Posted on Wed, February, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
President Obama’s drug czar told a Canadian magazine recently that the federal government would still go after Marijuana growers and distributors, despite the recent ballot initiatives that decriminalized marijuana usage in those states.
Gil Kerlikowske, director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, said he opposed state-based efforts to legalize marijuana.
“I think a patchwork of policies would create real difficulties,” he said in an interview with Maclean’s. “I don’t see the legalization of drugs and making them widely available as a good thing.”
Proponents of marijuana legalization argued that Colorado and Washington are doing everything they can to respect federal law while still asserting their right to treat marijuana similarly to alcohol.
“The question is whether federal officials want these states to regulate marijuana sales and bring them above board, or keep them in the underground market where they are controlled by the cartels,” wrote Mason Tvert, director of communications for the Marijuana Policy Project, in an email to The Daily Caller News Foundation. “We are hopeful [federal officials] will see the benefits of regulating marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol, and we are pleased to see the progress these two states are making toward doing just that.”
Even the president knows that policing recreational marijuana use is a waste of time and money, said Tvert.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com
Show us your Kick ass Glass
Category: Glass | Posted on Wed, February, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
We know you guys have some amazing glass that you Medicate out of, so why not show us your Glass!
Colorado marijuana regulators sign off on pot tourism
Category: Legalization | Posted on Wed, February, 20th 2013 by THCFinder
DENVER – Marijuana tourism is on the way to Colorado, under a recommendation made Tuesday by a state task force to regulate the drug made legal by voters last year.
But Colorado should erect signs in airports and borders telling visitors they can't take pot home, the task force recommended.
Colorado's marijuana task force was assembled to suggest regulations for pot after voters chose to flout federal drug law and allow its use without a doctor's recommendation. Made up of lawmakers, law enforcement authorities and marijuana activists, the task force agreed Tuesday that the constitutional amendment on marijuana simply says that adults over 21 can use the drug, not just Colorado residents. If lawmakers agree with the recommendation, tourists would be free to buy and smoke marijuana.
"Imposing a residency requirement would almost certainly create a black market for recreational marijuana in the state," said Rep. Dan Pabon, a Denver Democrat who sits on the task force.
Tourists could see purchasing caps though, possibly as low as an eighth of an ounce per transaction.
Afraid that marijuana tourism could open the door for traffickers to load up and take it across state borders for illegal sale, task force members agreed that non-residents should be able to buy only limited amounts, though a specific amount wasn't set.
"Marijuana purchased in Colorado must stay in Colorado," Pabon warned.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/
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