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Category: Concentrates | Posted on Thu, October, 17th 2013 by THCFinder

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Joints Vs Blunts

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, October, 17th 2013 by THCFinder
There's a huge difference between a joint and a blunt. While both are equally great, all stoners who like to smoke any kind of paper will have a preference. Each rolling medium can differ in size, weight, and shape. People take serious pride in their rolling skills, whether it's a joint or blunt. As always, there are pros and cons to each one but they both have benefits.
 
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A joint can be rolled in a multitude of flavors. There are seriously so many different kinds of papers out there, it's difficult to even choose what to roll. If this is your problem, why not try mixing them? Using more than one paper will not only result in more flavors but you can pack more weed in to it. There's also the rolls of rolling paper that allow you to make footlong joints if that's what you desire. There are papers that look like cigarettes, clear papers, and organic papers. With so many options, a true stoner always has a stock of papers, whether they smoke lots of joints or not. The downside to the joint is that the bigger they get, the harder the are to roll. The papers are usually pretty flimsy so the person rolling has to be extremely delicate as to not rip the paper, rendering the joint un-smokeable. Some might argue that a joint doesn't hit as smoothly as a blunt. That is the opinion of the smoker, though, as some could argue the opposite.
 
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Blunts are what people smoke in large groups. It's an easy way to use a little bit of weed and get really high. Blunts are the foundations of new friendships. The paper is thicker, which makes the roll easier and you can pack much more weed into a blunt. Again, they can come in all shapes and sizes. Being able to roll a perfect blunt is a coveted art in the stoner community. There are people able to roll blunts in the shape of names, animals, and geometric shapes. All of these creations are awesome AND smokeable. A negative of smoking blunts is that if they're not rolled properly, they can be extremely harsh. If the blunt or wrap that was used is bad, the blunt will also taste pretty awful. As with joints, blunt wraps come in flavors. Getting adventurous with wraps can be dangerous, especially if you spend time rolling a nice looking blunt just to realize that the wrap tastes terrible.
 
While blunts are the tougher of the two, joints and the many flavors they come in have my vote. From cupcake to cherry and everything in between. A blunt every once in a while is great but rolling up a cherry/cupcake/peppermint joint is a mouthwatering idea. Joints are smaller as well and easier to transport for someone on the go.

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Dabbing the good stuff

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, October, 17th 2013 by THCFinder

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Blue Cheese - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, October, 17th 2013 by THCFinder

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Stoner Eyes

Category: Tokers | Posted on Thu, October, 17th 2013 by THCFinder

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The Dalai Lama Supports Medical Marijuana Use

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, October, 17th 2013 by THCFinder
dalai-lama-suports-mmj-useThe Dalai Lama isn't that keen on recreational marijuana use, but the spiritual leader told supporters in Mexico on Tuesday that he supports legal, medicinal marijuana when the drug has been shown to have value. The comments, in the middle of a debate on the drug in the country as Mexico City considers legislation to legalize pot, came at an event hosted by former president Vicente Fox. Fox supports the legalization of pot for a different reason: because it could cut off a valuable stream of revenue for the country's drug cartels. 
 
Here are the comments, via the AFP, which came in response to a question from the audience:
 
The Tibetan spiritual leader, speaking at an event hosted by former Mexican president Vicente Fox, said that "the exception" for smoking marijuana would be if it has pharmaceutical virtues.
"But otherwise if it's just an issue of somebody (using the drug to have) a crazy mind, that's not good." 
 
The Tibetan Buddhist leader, interestingly, didn't get an official welcome from the Mexican government during his five-day visit to the country. That's because the government of current president Enrique Pena Nieto would like to keep building friendlier relations with China. China considers the Dalai Lama to be a dangerous separatist — he's lived in exile for decades. And the country has been known to punish countries, including Mexico, who give the leader an official greeting.
 

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