Death Star strain review and pics
Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, February, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
Strain Name: Death Star OG
Date Acquired: July 22, 2011
Looks: "Thick," fat deep green nugs fluffy nugs with ample orange/red hair. A real nice two finger sticky bounce.
Smell: A mix of Khuynh-Deip Eucalyptus oil and nutmeg
Taste: Very smooth with similarities to sour lemon and fuel on the top of the palate. Hints of pink lemonade on the after taste that changes up to sour lip puckering lemon causing dry mouth.
Buzz Type: Heady with full body tingle and a bit of pressure sensation (behind the eyes). Euphoric.
Buzz Length: Average to Above Average (1 to 1.5 hours)
* Talk about an "interesting" strain...
Death Star OG does not always hit right away. The moment you think, "Ah man... this bud is not..." then BAM! Out of nowhere I was encased in full body tingle quickly followed by dry mouth. This strain hit me more like a really solid hybrid with that kush quality of "eye pressure" relief combined with a tingly, euphoric full body experience that actually provided me with energy. Around half a hour into a bowl, I felt very "jumpy" - Full tingle experiences is most intense around this time.
But... not enough "legs," but at peak intensity "buzz" is very good. About half hour at most. The intensity of buzz varied slightly with the one larger nug not hitting as hard as the others.
Pinching the fresh nug left a stickiness on my fingers and when needing to clear my allergy ridden nostrils, all I needed to do is take a deep sniff of the jar that this strain was stored in. Death Star OG did give me a serious case of "Yuck Mouth," so make sure to have gum and/or liquid or hand. If at home and leaving, I just felt the need to brush my teeth if medicating with this strain.
Worth a try if a "Marijuana Connoisseur" to experience what I felt overall was an "interesting" and a bit of a "trippy" buzz.
Cheers (& Cough),
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Bill to vacate Washington misdemeanor marijuana convictions draws objections
Category: News | Posted on Thu, February, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
SEATTLE -- A bill that would allow people to have their Washington state misdemeanor marijuana convictions vacated drew some interesting objections Wednesday at a hearing in Olympia.
Democratic Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon of Burien told the House Public Safety Committee that after Initiative 502 passed, allowing adults over 21 to have up to an ounce of marijuana under state law, he started thinking about the thousands of people who have criminal records for activity that is now legal -- criminal records that can keep people from getting jobs, housing or loans.
Marijuana remains illegal under federal law.
Fitzgibbon's bill would allow them to petition to have their convictions quickly vacated, rather than waiting the three years after completing their sentence that people typically have to wait before making such a request, he said. Since 2008, he said, 1,828 people in Washington have faced misdemeanor convictions where marijuana possession was their only offense.
"This is a bill about giving them a second chance," Fitzgibbon said.
Read more: http://www.oregonlive.com
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