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OG (Sativa)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, October, 23rd 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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Diamonds Or Bud?

Category: Odd | Posted on Thu, October, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder
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We all love cannabis. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be reading this and I wouldn’t be writing it. The plant helps a lot of us get through our daily grind, whether helping us eat, ease pain, laugh, sleep, or just deal with people in general. But most of us probably wouldn’t steal a $160,000 diamond from a UPS plane and trade it for $20 worth of bud… But Walter Earl Morrison, age 20, did just that and got caught, go figure.
 
 
Morrison was working to UPS while unloading planes in the cargo area of Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Arizona, when he stuffed one of the packages under his shirt. He believed that the package contained cash but instead, he discovered that the box held an extremely valuable hunk of diamond. Instead of buying a ton of cannabis, Morrison allegedly traded the single stoned (again, valued around $160,000) for $20 worth of cannabis. The quality of the cannabis purchased wasn’t stated in the report but we can assume that it was probably substandard and not nearly worth what the diamond was.
 
 
According to the owner of the House of Diamonds, Brent Taubman, any single stone worth more than $100,000 is a very sought after piece. Imagine even holding a single piece of geographical fragment that was worth such a staggering sum. Most stoners would be too afraid to even touch such an object but Morrison didn’t think so. The diamond was recovered from the person Morrison traded it to and returned to the original recipient. UPS fired Morrison and he is being charged with felony theft. 
 
 
If faced with such a choice, which option would you choose? The diamond worth enough to buy three brand new Mercedes plus a trip to Las Vegas for a weekend or maybe a gram of marijuana? Whatever you would choose theoretically, please be sure to avoid stealing $160,000 diamonds and trading them for things that are valued at far less.

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You can be a Ganja Fairy for Halloween

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, October, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder

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Another Poll Shows Marijuana Legalization Winning In Oregon

Category: Legalization | Posted on Thu, October, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder
oregon-mmj-legalization-looking-goodOregonians are getting their ballots in the mail right now, and many are no doubt voting ‘yes’ on Measure 91. I have yet to see a poll showing marijuana legalization losing. Sure, there are polls that show less than 50% support, but the ‘no’ side of those polls is in the 30-low 40% range. So hypothetically, if all of the ‘undecided voters’ voted no, it could swing the election in favor of marijuana prohibition. I’m hopeful that won’t happen, and I hope people keep urging their friends and family members to vote ‘yes’ on Measure 91.
 
Another poll was released yesterday that showed Measure 91 winning by a heft margin. Per Survey USA:
 
Briefly overshadowed in some quarters by the week’s events, is Oregon Ballot Measure 91, which would legalize recreational marijuana for adults age 21 and older. Today, “Yes” on 91 leads “No” 48% to 37%. Compared to an identical 09/25/14 SurveyUSA poll, Yes is up 4 points, No is down 3 points. Yes had led by 4, now leads by 11. Greater Portland supports 91 by 15 points. The “rest of Oregon” supports 91 by just 2 points. Caution: support for this measure is young. Opposition is old. Older voters are more reliable than younger voters in a mid-term election. Any outcome remains possible, though “Yes” has the upper hand at this hour.
 
Cell-phone respondents and home-phone respondents included in this research: SurveyUSA interviewed 700 state of Oregon adults 10/16/14 through 10/19/14. Of the adults, 623 were registered to vote. Of the registered voters, 561 were determined by SurveyUSA to be return a ballot before the 11/04/14 deadline. This research was conducted using blended sample, mixed mode. Respondents reachable on a home telephone (72% of likely voters) were interviewed on their home telephone in the recorded voice of a professional announcer. Respondents not reachable on a home telephone (28% of likely voters) were shown a questionnaire on their smartphone, tablet or other electronic device. Interviewing for this survey was conducted during fast-moving news events. It is possible voters have not had time to digest some of the news as yet. In that case, these numbers may change again between now and Election Day.
 
I personally don’t want to see anyone else arrested for marijuana in Oregon. I also don’t want to have to live in fear of having my son taken away from me because of marijuana prohibition. I would also love to see the look on my old college classmate’s faces when marijuana is legalized (public policy major in college), something that they said would never be done in Oregon. If you haven’t already, make sure to visit DidTheyVote.Org to see if your friends and/or family members have voted yet, and if they haven’t, give them a gentle reminder. As the survey stated, we need as many people to vote as possible, especially young people, which are by far our largest demographic to this website. Chances are, if you are reading this, you are between the ages of 18-34, so make sure to vote, and tell every other Oregonian you know to do the same!
 

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Green Queen - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, October, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder

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Police Donate Stolen Lamps To Sports Team

Category: News | Posted on Thu, October, 23rd 2014 by THCFinder
police-donate-grow-lights-to-schoolWhen cops raid a cannabis grow op, they usually take everything. And by everything, I really mean everything. The plants, the pots, the lights, the irrigation systems. Everything is tarn and categorized as evidence, leaving the grower to struggle to come up with food money, forget rent and lawyer fees. But as always, the cops use this to their advantage and try to make themselves look good at the disadvantage of others. 
 
 
Take, for example, the police in Rochdale, who confiscated grow lights and then donated them to Spotland Stadium in order for the field to grow better grass. Sgt Andy Fern was the man behind the “donation” and the idea was formed after a similar situation in Notts County, who also used stolen grow lights to improve their sports playing field. Lights such as this are expensive, running almost $13,000 for this particular model. The heat from the lamps will assist the grass growth and replicate warmer conditions. 
 
 
While the head groundskeeper, 24 year old Oli Makin, has nothing but kind words to say about the donation from the police, the article which reported the story said nothing of the devastation that befell the original owner of the lights. “I can’t thank the police enough,” Makin said, truly showing how little people know (or care) about the people who are growing cannabis in order to keep a roof over their heads and food in their bellies. Growers spend thousands upon thousands of dollars in order to keep their plants healthy and happy, providing to regular citizens or patients. But inevitably, the cops break in to these grow sites, take everything that isn’t bolted to the floor (and sometimes, they even take those things as well), and leave the grower strapped for money and most of the time, in jail.
 
 
So while the Rochdale Hornets rugby team will have a beautiful field of grass to play on, the person who actually paid for those lights is sitting in a jail cell, awaiting a trial for simply growing a plant. The police on the other hand, look like heroes in the community, donating expensive equipment to people who “need” it. But in reality, the equipment is stolen and unjustly given away to sports fields. To some, the police are heroes. To those who know better, they are thieves giving out stolen merchandise… Which was a crime, last time I checked.

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