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Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, July, 2nd 2013 by THCFinder


Vermont Marijuana Decriminalization Law Goes Into Effect

Category: News | Posted on Tue, July, 2nd 2013 by THCFinder
vermont-mmjStarting Monday, Vermonters will not be arrested for possessing less than an ounce of marijuana.
The decriminalization law, signed by Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) last month, will remove criminal penalties on small amounts of cannabis and replace them with civil fines.
According to the new measure, first-time offenders will not get more than a $200 fine for possession. The fine will increase for repeat offenders -- $300 for a second offense and $500 for every offense thereafter -- but, under the law, marijuana possession will no longer result in the creation of a criminal record.
Possession of more than an ounce of marijuana remains a criminal offense, and state law still forbids the cultivation of cannabis plants.
“This is a much-needed step forward toward a more sensible marijuana policy,” said Matt Simon, legislative analyst for the Marijuana Policy Project. “Nobody should be subjected to life-altering criminal penalties simply for possessing a substance that is objectively less harmful than alcohol.”
Vermont legalized medical marijuana in 2004, and now joins 14 other states that have adopted decriminalization laws for non-medical cannabis. In 2012, voters in two additional states, Washington and Colorado, approved ballot measures to tax and legalize marijuana for recreational use among those 21 years old and above.


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Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, July, 1st 2013 by THCFinder


A stoners guide to rolling the perfect blunt

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, July, 1st 2013 by THCFinder


Welcome to StonerDays Beginners Guide to Rolling a Blunt, today you’ll learn little tips and tricks to get you rolling blunts they way they were meant to be.

You’ll have the ground work that you need to get smooth slow burning hits and flavorful mouthfuls of smoke. As with most things associated with marijuana there is a certain art to rolling nice size blunt to assure you maximum smoking pleasure. Keep your faded eyes peeled as we take you through…. Rolling a Blunt.

First you want to start with quality blunts or wraps.

“There are a lot of brands available on the market but not all of them are what you want when smoking blunts.”


Swishers are always a sure go, Zig Zags and the Black and Mild brand also make some pretty good rolling material. You never want the hassle of dealing with dry cracked blunts, or tobacco sticking to the inside of the blunts, this would take away from the taste of the ganja.


Experienced smokers prefer to take the inside lining of the blunts out before rolling the sticky inside.

“This makes the blunts thinner, and allows you a more pure taste to the bud, but still with all the characteristics of a blunt.”

Even though this step is optional is a great step to consider.

Next, when you grind the Mary Jane up you want to make sure there are no big sticks or seeds when you go to evenly distribute her inside the blunt. This step is the same as with rolling papers, sticks make for holes in the blunts and seeds make for popping and can often make the blunt go out.


“All of these things make for bad business so get grinding stoners!”

Once you’ve got the dank all spread out, begin rolling form one side and licking bit by bit.

“Rolling a Blunt is very similar to rolling a doob, just longer and a bit firmer. “

You want to make sure you try your best to roll it in a straight line as not to get a wiggly blunt that’s going to look like a wet noodle and disappoint the whole crew…we’ve got planets to visit here!


Now you want to dry the blunt.

“Many people will take out there lighters and begin torching there just pearled piece of art like there’s no tomorrow.”

A smarter way to do this is to light your flame at least a good inch away from the actual blunt, begin to move the lighter back and forth up the blunt but never actually touching it with the flame. In this way you still dry the blunt, but you also allow it to dry naturally, this makes the blunt burn slower rather than burning the tobacco outside. Try it next time you’re in a session and see how many extra hits you think you got out of it.


You’ve smoked, you’ve read, and now you’re ready to smoke again, and this time your blown brain can’t wait to roll that next blunt because you’re more than prepared.

Thanks as always for reading stoners and stay blunted!!!



Just Smoke Weed

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, July, 1st 2013 by THCFinder



Hemp in Wisconsin; a perfect climate and soil for growing marijuana

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, July, 1st 2013 by THCFinder
hemp-in-wisconsinMADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin has a rich history in hemp cultivation. The state’s soil and climate are ideal for the growth of the crop. Unfortunately, due to federal regulation, hemp cannot be grown in the state, or in any other state. 
Hemp was first planted in Wisconsin in 1908. Over the next four decades, the state’s fertile south-central region proved to be a favorable location for cultivation. For many years, Wisconsin stood behind only Kentucky in terms of hemp acreage. 
Granted, much of the production of hemp in the twentieth century was dedicated to wartime use. The military employed hemp for a variety of purposes in both World Wars. L.H. Dewey of the USDA once stated that, “Wisconsin hemp is now used in sewing the shoes worn by American soldiers and hemp fiber is at the present time the only suitable fiber available in sufficient quantities for this purpose. It is also used as cordage in ship building, and hemp tow is the best available material for calking vessels.” 
Although hemp cultivation all but ceased by the late 1950s, criminalization did not take full effect until the passing of Controlled Substances Act in 1970. Since then, many novel uses for hemp have been discovered and developed.
Hemp can be used in the production of paper, construction materials, insulation, geotextiles, and even foodstuffs. The plant is also promising from an environmental standpoint: in comparison to cotton, the amount of herbicides and pesticides required to grow hemp is negligible.



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