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Super blunt Monday

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, July, 28th 2014 by THCFinder

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OG Nugs - Sativa

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, July, 28th 2014 by THCFinder

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OG - Sativa

The "Ocean Grown" OG Kush comes from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles and is considered to be the strain that put Southern California buds on par with the flowers coming from up North. Developed over three generations and years of stabilizing as well as developing the perfect fertilizer / food for this particular strain, resulted in a phenomenal kush, said to be the strongest indica today. OG Kush, when properly grown, has the highest THC content of all kushes.


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Did Snoop Dogg Smoke Weed At The White House?

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, July, 28th 2014 by THCFinder
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I have been a big fan of Snoop Dogg ever since I heard the song ‘Deep Cover’ with him and Dr. Dre, which they made for the soundtrack of the movie with the same name. By the time he was featured on Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic’ I was already obsessed with him, and when ‘Doggystyle’ hit stores when I was in middle school, he had already solidified himself as one my favorite music artists of all time. I have been to Snoop Dogg concerts multiple times, and one of my favorite Weed Blog moments was when I was in Denver in 2013 and got to attend a party that was hosted by Snoop Dogg.
 
While reading articles this week I came across an article on Marijuana.Com that talked about Snoop Dogg getting asked by Jimmy Kimmel if he had smoked weed in a White House bathroom. Below was Snoop’s response:
 
I said, “May I use the bathroom for a second?” And they said, “What are you gonna do, Number 1 or Number 2?” I said, “Number 2.”…The C.I.A. or the F.B.I. [asked]. The alphabet boys. So I said, “Look, when I do the Number 2, I usually, you know, have a cigarette or light something to get the aroma right. And they said, “Well you know what? You can light a piece of napkin.” I said, “I’ll do that.” And the napkin was this [puffs blunt].
 
I don’t know if Snoop was joking or serious, but either way, it’s pretty awesome that a stoner of Snoop Dogg’s caliber was even allowed at the White House. If I was there, I don’t know that I would have the balls to smoke in their bathroom, but then again, I’m not Big Snoop!
 

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Florida voters back medical marijuana 9 to 1

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, July, 28th 2014 by THCFinder
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If the latest poll is right, it’s a safe bet that Florida will legalize medical marijuana this November.
 
A new Quinnipiac University poll finds that 88 percent of voters support the legal use of marijuana for medical purposes, while 10 percent do not. Those attitudes were unchanged from May, but support was six percentage points up from November. The lowest level of support was among senior citizens, who still back the measure roughly 6 to 1. The youngest segment of voters backed it 19 to 1.
 
A ballot measure that would legalize the drug was narrowly approved in January, which means that voters will have the chance in just a few months to add their state to a growing number with legal medical pot, which seems likely given the poll.
 
Among all demographic groups, support for medical marijuana was lowest among Republicans, 80 percent of whom support legalization with 19 percent opposing.
 
When asked whether they would support a legal medical marijuana dispensary in their own town or city, 71 percent of voters said yes while 26 percent said no. Support for a dispensary in one’s own town was lowest among seniors, who still backed the idea 57 percent to 37 percent.
 
A majority of voters even supported legalizing marijuana simply for recreational use. The only demographic groups where majorities opposed the idea were Republicans and seniors. Overall support for recreational legalization was up seven percentage points from November.
 
There was a 23-point different in support between Democrats, who support recreational pot roughly 2 to 1, and Republicans. Support among men was 61 percent, a dozen points higher than that for women.
 
 
When asked confidentially, 44 percent said they’ve tried the drug. Seniors had the far and away lowest rates of trying pot, at 23 percent.
 

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Bubba Kush bud - Indica

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, July, 25th 2014 by THCFinder

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Bubba Kush - Indica

A very sweet, earthy strain that is almost pure Indica. Bubba Kush provides an intense and relaxing high that starts in your head and moves down into your body. It is a cross between the two popular strains Bubble Gum and Kush, and distinct enough to earn its own name.


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Florida's medical marijuana proposal: Five things to know about Amendment 2

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, July, 25th 2014 by THCFinder
fl-mmj-proposal1) Nobody will be buying or selling pot until late 2015 or early 2016
 
Amendment 2 gives the Florida Department of Health until early July to establish regulations to make the system work. The department then has until early October to license the first Medical Treatment Centers. Until then, no one can start growing, much less selling. The first harvest might not come in until late 2015 or beyond. Regulations may forbid Treatment Centers from importing pot from other states or countries for resale. And even if Florida does allow that, postal regulations. airline rules and state laws probably would make importation impractical. Imagine a truck full of pot driving from Colorado to Florida. If it gets stopped in Arkansas, authorities will not care that the pot is legal in both Colorado and Florida. Buyers probably will have to await the first harvest.
 
2) The regulations will fill in many missing details
 
The amendment does not address the sale of medical marijuana to minors. The regulations will probably mimic other states and require parental consent, but those regulations remain to be drafted. Regulators will also decide whether caregivers can have criminal records, how much pot a patient could possess, whether Florida will honor a medical marijuana card from another state and dozens of other details. The amendment foresees that regulators will establish Treatment Center licensing fees and procedures, as well as rules about security, inventory control, testing and inspections. Local zoning laws could also come into play.
 
3) Some issues are spelled out in the amendment
 
The amendment specifically states that driving a car or boat under the influence of marijuana would remain illegal. Marijuana could still be banned from workplaces, schools and public spaces. No insurance company or government agency can be forced to cover the cost of medical marijuana.
 
4) Regulations must be "reasonable" and ensure the "availability and safe use"
 
These two phrases in the amendment could determine the outcome of any court fights over regulations or any new laws passed by the Legislature. If the Department of Health issues regulations that are too strict — say limiting counties to only one dispensary — then any citizen could sue, arguing that the regulation is unreasonable and does not ensure availability. The same would apply to new legislation that tried to restrict the system unreasonably. The amendment puts medical marijuana into the Florida Constitution, which would take precedence in any court fight over laws or regulations.
 
5) The amendment establishes new immunities
 
Doctors and Treatment Centers and their employees could not be sanctioned criminally or civilly for acting in accordance with the amendment and the regulations. Patients could not be sanctioned civilly or criminally for using medical marijuana. Opponents worry that this immunity would protect a medical marijuana user who drove under the influence and caused an accident. Proponents say the civil immunity is designed to protect patients from losing custody fights or employment actions simply because they use medical marijuana. A pot user could still be sued for driving under the influence, they say, because that is negligent behavior, whether the driver has taken a prescription drug, alcohol or medical marijuana.
 

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