If You Want To Get Higher Take a Break from Cannabis
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog regarding the differences between addiction and dependence. I published it on social media and received some negative comments. That is what people on social media like to do but it got me thinking: they were accusing me of talking the talk but not walking the walk. In the article I mentioned how quitting weed was not very hard for me and I do it every now and then just to be able to continue to prove that to myself. Also, if you want to get higher take a break. I thought I had offered a pretty decent article and I was encouraging anyone who did not think they could quit to just try it, to breathe, to drink green tea (because that has been helpful for me), and to exercise. I was attempting to convey to hardcore smokers that it may not be easy at first but they could do it if they really wanted to (which is something TWB has posted about before).
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Who booted Budtrader.com off a ritzy yacht dock during Comic-Con last weekend—and why? Nobody will say, so now lawyers are involved.
Without a doubt, the place to be during Comic-Con in San Diego last week was the Fifth Avenue Landing marina.
The dockyard of choice for any super-yachts in town at any time, Fifth Avenue is within sight and sound of Comic-Con’s main events at the San Diego Convention Center. It’s the best place to spot celebrities—Justin Timberlake had disembarked here at Comic-Cons past, and this was where Conan O’Brien would anchor his star-studded coverage for TBS—as well as the after-hours party place of choice. IMDB had its invitation-only party here, and the party yachts for content magnates like Amazon.com would be docked here all weekend long.
It made perfect sense, then, for Brad McLaughlin, CEO of medical-marijuana marketplace Budtrader.com—a “Craigslist for weed” active in every state where cannabis is legal in some form (31 and counting)—to pick Fifth Avenue as the place to make a big splash for his company’s brand.
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