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Agent Orange - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, April, 16th 2014 by THCFinder

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Agent Orange - Hybrid

The Agent Orange strain of marijuana is a three way cross between Space Queen, Jack's Cleaner and Orange Velvet Skunk that delivers its wonders within just 55 and 65 days when cultivated indoors. AO is a hybrid mix of Sativa and Indica the develops very heavy buds, coated with white crystals and blazing orange hairs. It smells like stinky cheese mixed with a bit of diesel fuel and various spices. The taste is likewise spicy, yet sweet and full. The buzz is trippy; mixing feelings of calming body stones with energetic mental lucidity.


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Extravaganja Pushing People Towards Cannabis Acceptance

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, April, 16th 2014 by THCFinder
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For those who are unfamiliar with the Extravaganja event, it is held in order to bring political activists and causal smokers together in order to promote cannabis acceptance. It is organized by the UMass Cannabis Reform Coalition, which happens to be the oldest student run drug reform group in the entire country. The people who put Extravaganja made the purpose of the event to bring cannabis users together with those in political positions of power, in order to show the politicians that cannabis users spread across many generations and that accepting the plant is definitely the best option.
 
The president of the UMass Cannabis Reform Coalition, Sebastian Vivas, takes a full year to plan this event. He says that the group works closely with the city officials, as well as the police department in order to put on the safest gathering possible. Vivas had nothing but good things to say about working with these people, stating that "they have been just great to work with. I love being in a place where they aren't afraid to hold such a controversial event in the center of town."
 
Vivas also compared the Extravanganja event to the Blarney Blowout, a similar kind of event that focuses on alcohol instead of weed. While the Blowout goes well for the bars that officially host the event, the rest of the student population seems to go out, get completely obliterated drunk, and cause extreme issues with police personnel and citizens alike. Like most stoners, Vivas states that thousands of people getting drunk stands a much higher chance of causing accidents as compared to thousands of people smoking weed. Events like the Blarney Blowout can be fun if monitored but mostly, the thousands of drunk college age kids cause riots, accidents, and serious damage with must be fixed with tax payer money.
 
Colorado's recent marijuana legalization has Reuters predicting that there will be at least $98 million in tax revenue by the end of this year from official marijuana sales. This number is 40% higher then what officials originally predicted the state would make. This money will be used to help school programs, fix roads, and improve other aspects of the community as well. Imagine all of that money being spent on people in the community, rather then the people having to pay taxes in order to keep nonviolent offenders in jail. With those people released and no new arrests for nonviolent marijuana crimes being made, plus the revenue from sales, it's hard to come up with a logical explanation as to why more states haven't begun to take a second look at their marijuana laws.

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Ghost OG Nugs

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, April, 15th 2014 by THCFinder

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Cannabis Causes Stink In Colorado

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, April, 15th 2014 by THCFinder
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Stoners love the smell of their marijuana. Some people love it so much that they have actually created perfumes that resemble the smell of the flowers. However, the perfumes differ from the traditional stink of marijuana, which usually resembles a skunk. This bittersweet aroma is getting people really upset, especially those who don't want to smell it. There are even some businesses, such as a small barber shop in Colorado, who are deciding to turn away customers who carry the smell of cannabis with them.
 
Hugo Corral is the owner of the barber shop and he's gone as far as to hang a sign in the window of his shop that says "Please do not come in if you smell like marijuana, there are families here who don't want to smell it. This is a business, not your home". Corral went on to tell the Guardian Daily that he feels that people who smell like weed are disrespectful, especially to the families that come in to the shop. Some customers have complained that the smell can get so bad that it seems as if someone is smoking right in the chair while they're getting a trim.
 
This situation has definitely begun to cause waves in the community, with Corral being categorized as discriminatory but because smelling like marijuana doesn't fall under race, sex, religion, or sexual orientation, and other constitutionally protected categories, those who say they feel discriminated against have almost no ground to stand on. Extremely unfortunate, seeing as how apparently this business was making money off of these weed smelling smokers and the plan to ban them may eventually effect business.
 
If people smell like marijuana, there's really no reason to bar them from entering places (unless that place is perhaps a preschool). While some people claim that the smell is "offensive" and "rude", the same could be argued for the person who is blowing out a lungful of cigarette smoke while simultaneously pushing open the door to a business. Not everybody smokes cigarettes and it can be offensive to those who don't smoke when someone passes by them, reeking like tobacco. The same could be said for alcohol. If someone is drinking and then goes to a store, the smell of booze carries with them. Alcohol could also absolutely be considered an offensive smell. While not everyone wants to smell it, it seems like these rabble-rousers only have a nose for marijuana and not the other offensive smells that people can carry with them.

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7 ounce Cross Joint

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, April, 15th 2014 by THCFinder

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Maryland To Be 21st Medical Marijuana State

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, April, 15th 2014 by THCFinder
maryland-to-be-21st-medical-marijuana-stateMaryland is set to become the 21st state in America to authorize a medical marijuana program that distributes cannabis to patients. The new law creates a greater responsibility for physicians and less restrictions on the patients and caregivers who handle marijuana.
 
House Bill 881 was introduced Feb. 5th and was signed into law by Governor Martin OMalley on April 14. The program officially begins on July 1. HB 881 is an expansion of a previously-passed bill, HB 1101 of 2013, that authorized medical marijuana research in hospitals. That program failed due to lack of hospital participation.
 
“HB 881 establishes a new form of distribution,” said the national patient advocacy group Americans for Safe Access. In their press release they explained, “According to the new law, the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission, which was established under last year’s legislation, will regulate dispensaries, characterized as an entity that “acquires, possesses, processes, transfers, transports, sells, distributes, dispenses, or administers marijuana, products containing food, tinctures, aerosols, oils, or ointments, or educational materials for use by a qualifying patient or a caregiver.”"
 
Although the bill is not lengthy, the majority of the new language addresses the doctors and their participation in the program. Physicians must be on staff with a  hospital or hospice, and must pre-register with the state before issuing recommendations. They must also provide a plan to screen the patient for dependence and create a program of follow up care.
 

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