Florida Model Stabs Boyfriend After His Dog Ate Her Marijuana
Category: Odd | Posted on Wed, October, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder
A Florida model apparently decided that it was reasonable to stab her boyfriend after his dog at her marijuana, but she did not think it was a good enough idea to tell the judge. Instead, she went with a defense straight out of the musical Chicago: "and then he ran into my knife."
According to Kevin Wiggins, Shadae Scott, 26, kicked him out of the apartment after his dog atd her pot, but she had hidden his personal effects, so he could not leave. He says she started stabbing him with a pink pocketknife after he asked her where his computer was hidden.
According to Scott, Wiggins just kept walking into her knife as they argued. Wiggins sustained two cuts to the face and one to the hand.
In Scott's account, the fight was not about the drugs; instead, it was about their dinner plans. She says she pulled the knife to defend herself when he would not let her leave the apartment. Apparently she could do nothing about the fact that he walked his face into her knife.
Read more: http://www.policymic.com
Strain Review; Ace Of Spades
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, October, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder
An interesting mix of Black Cherry Soda and Jack the Ripper, the Ace Of Spades is a sweet and sometimes sour strain. I highly recommend eating some Sour Patch Kids while smoking it, as they seem to compliment each other. It has a very pungent smell of earthy berries and citrus that permeates whatever space the weed happens to be in.
Ace Of Spades plants get huge and will take over small spaces fast, so those of you looking to grow it, make sure there's adequate room. Flowers appear in about 8 weeks. The buds that are produced from these plants are like little rainbows, varying in colors of purple, green, orange, blues, and pinks. Ridiculous, right? It gives Northern Lights a run for it's money in the colorful department.
The effects of the Ace will make the user incredibly creative. Art school? Make this your new favorite strain. It'll help you bust out that shading final with ease. It also relieves stress in patients. A creative, stress free high sounds pretty awesome to me! And as always with weed, there really are no bad side effects other than that cotton mouth!
Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, October, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder
Google Earth narcs on an Oregonian marijuana grower
Category: News | Posted on Wed, October, 23rd 2013 by THCFinder
An Oregon marijuana grower was outed to police by satellite images of his farm viewable on Google Earth, according to the Grants Pass Daily Courier (via CNET). While the satellite images are usually far from up-to-date, Curtis W. Croft had been at the pot growing game long enough that even the infrequently refreshed Google Earth was able to catch him.
The local police were originally tipped off when Croft was reported to have been bragging about his prodigious ganja crop. Someone in the force then had the insight to check Croft's property on Google Earth; sure enough, they spotted row upon row of crops. "Aerial reconnaissance" confirmed that the Google Earth images were still accurate.
Medical marijuana is legal in the state of Oregon, but Croft did not have permission to be growing the quantity he was.
Google Earth images can be years out of date, so they're far from an ideal research tool for identifying current criminal activity. But this is far from the first time that the service has been used to implicate someone: it was reportedly used to catch a man growing pot in Wisconsin back in 2006.
Read more: http://arstechnica.com
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