Cannabis was good enough for these losers
Category: Tokers | Posted on Wed, January, 18th 2012 by THCFinder
Should NCAA Sanction Universities for Marijuana Use by Their Student-Athletes?
Category: News | Posted on Wed, January, 18th 2012 by THCFinder
Marijuana is obviously not a player enhancing type of drug so who cares if these guys are "relaxing" after working their asses off for their team, coaches, and school year round!
It wasn't long ago that we heard about the three LSU football players who were suspended for a game against Auburn because of synthetic marijuana use.
It seemed unbelievable at the time, especially because LSU was undefeated and looking forward to its November 5th showdown with archrival Alabama. It was the story of the week around the SEC and all of college football.
But the story picked up more momentum when it was reported that one of the three players was Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu. The question remains today as to whether the story hurt his chances in this season's Heisman race.
Then it was Auburn's turn when the Tigers suspended running back Michael Dyer, who won the 2011 BCS Championship Game Offensive MVP. To this day, the stories are unconfirmed as to the exact reason for his sudden exit from the Tigers squad, but it has been reported that he allegedly tested positive for marijuana.
But, wait, it isn't over yet. Now, Dre Kirkpatrick from the BCS Champion Alabama Crimson Tide has been arrested on a marijuana charge.
Has this become a college football problem?
Is it just an SEC problem?
The real question is whether the NCAA should step in to keep order at individual schools. We have seen the NCAA on top of USC and Ohio State for violations that do not necessarily involve criminal activity.
The NCAA could decide that schools with student-athletes who continue to have problems with the law lack institutional control.
At the same time, however, there is an argument that these are simply kids who are making bad decisions. Or is their behavior even bad?
Marijuana use is legal under California law with a license from a medical professional. So, it is a possibility that marijuana use might be legal for some collegiate athletes in the Golden State.
Is this fair for the rest of the country's athletes?
Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, January, 18th 2012 by THCFinder
Authorities raid three Costa Mesa marijuana dispensaries
Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, January, 18th 2012 by THCFinder
Another sad day for our industry as three more medical marijuana facilities have been raided by the Federal Government.
COSTA MESA — At least three marijuana dispensaries in Costa Mesa were searched by federal authorities Tuesday along with the business owners' homes, American Collective dispensary owner Jeff Byrne confirmed.
According to FBI officials, the searches were conducted Tuesday morning by the Drug Enforcement Agency in conjunction with the U.S. attorney's office.
Byrne said authorities first searched the dispensary owners' homes before moving on to the businesses.
According to several blogs about marijuana dispensaries, the targeted businesses were American Collective, Otherside Farms and Simple Farmer.
The U.S. attorney's office said they will release more information later today.
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