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My Sheep Ate My Pot

Category: Odd | Posted on Wed, October, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
my-sheep-ate-my-potYou read the title right. A herd of sheep recently made news when they discovered a dump of cannabis on the side of the road. And I’m not talking about a single baggie or anything. This pile of plants was huge and the police estimated that it was worth about $5,500. The sheep managed to eat a great amount of the pot before their owner, Nellie Budd (no pun intended but funny right??), stopped them and informed the police.
When the police arrived, they weren’t previously aware of the scene and were baffled as to where such a large amount of cannabis had come from. The plants had been tossed off near one of the grazing areas in large black trash bags. The flock wasn’t deterred and managed to chew through the bags and get to the weedy goodness inside. But while they had no knowledge of the pile of pot, the cops assured Budd that they would investigate the case fully. They’re still on the hunt for the person who left the weed on the side of the road. There are no leads as of right now.
Ms. Budd inspected the sheep and discovered that there were no ill side effects from the absurd amount of weed that they ate, which is good. Some animals do develop adverse effects when too much bud is eaten. While animals do possess cannabinoid receptors in their brains much like us, they handle the substance much differently. Some animals pass out, throw up, and seize when given too much cannabis. But the farmers said that the flock is fine.
“My sheep weren’t quite on their backs with legs in the air but they probably had the munchies,” the sheep owners said.


What are you Smoking today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, October, 29th 2014 by THCFinder



Doctors Testify In Federal Court That Marijuana Needs To Be Rescheduled

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, October, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
doctors-testify-mj-needs-to-be-rescheduledThe fact that marijuana is a Schedule 1 drug is slap in the face to science, compassion, and logic. For something to be Schedule 1, it has to have no medical value. Marijuana clearly has medical value. This is proven by the fact that the federal government grows and supplies medical marijuana to four federal medical marijuana patients, and has for decades. The federal government also has medical marijuana patents. It may be the most hypocritical policy in government to say that marijuana should remain Schedule 1, and that’s saying a lot because the government is full of hypocrisy.
Doctors were in federal court yesterday making those arguments. Per Smell the Truth:
Doctors Carl Hart, Associate Professor of Psychology at Columbia University, retired physician Phillip Denny, and Greg Carter, Medical Director of St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute in Spokane, Washington will testify Monday that marijuana — real name, “cannabis” — is not the demon drug the federal government makes it out to be. Accepted science does not justify the listing of cannabis as a dangerous “Schedule I” substance, many say.
“[I]t is my considered opinion that including marijuana in Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act is counter to all the scientific evidence in a society that uses and values empirical evidence,” Dr. Hart declared. “After two decades of intense scientific inquiry in this area, it has become apparent the current scheduling of cannabis has no footing in the realities of science and neurobiology.”
This is an unprecedented hearing, writes cannabis law reform advocate Paul Armentano, deputy director of NORML.
“This is the first time in recent memory that a federal judge has granted an evidentiary hearing on a motion challenging the statute which classifies cannabis to be one of the most dangerous illicit substances in the nation.”
The testimonies will keep going. I’m hopeful that the judge will see the truth, but I won’t hold my breath that there will be any action on this area of public policy. If the Obama administration truly wanted to re-schedule marijuana, the administration would have already. Obama knows this and Eric Holder knows this, despite Eric Holder’s recent comments that he would be ‘open to the idea.’


Blueberry Haze - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, October, 29th 2014 by THCFinder


Colorado Gov. Says Legalization Was "Reckless"

Category: Legalization | Posted on Wed, October, 29th 2014 by THCFinder
co-gov-says-mj-was-recklessThe whole entire point of democracy is that the people get to vote on ideas that some have proposed… Right? Politicians are supposed to be the voice of the people, not the voice of their own opinions. And while these days, all politicians just seem to be doing whatever they feel like doing, leaving us normal people in the dust, wondering how did these people get in to office?! We unfortunately elected them. The people who keep cannabis illegal? A lot of them are paid handsomely to back laws keeping the plant thriving on the black market. The worst is when a good law passes, say one that benefits the society as a whole, and politicians have to try to dampen the positivity. 
The Governor of Colorado is one of those Debbie Downer politicians that seems to be trying to back peddle on the cannabis legalization initiative that Colorado passed. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat that is seeking re-election for a second term, was asked in a debate what he would tell other states that are considering cannabis legalization. His response was, “I would view it as reckless before we see what the consequences are. I think for us to do that without having all the data, there is not enough data, and to a certain extent you could say it was reckless. I’m not saying it was reckless because I’ll get quoted everywhere but if it were up to me, I wouldn’t have done it, right? I opposed it from the very beginning. In matter of fact, all right what the hell, I’ll say it was reckless.”
Colorado’s latest estimate on tax revenue (released last month) suggests that the state will receive $50 million a year just in taxes on the cannabis sales. With that money, the roads would be perfect, kids would get free school lunches, buildings could be renovated, and the entire state would be better off. But still, Hickenlooper thinks that other states should wait. He stands by his idea that the legalization was reckless, even though the state hasn’t seen any negative feedback from the legalization of the plant. Tobacco use has fallen, there haven’t been any more traffic accidents, and the state has had a huge influx of tourism as it becomes the United States’ own version of Amsterdam.
Politicians need to watch what they say about the cannabis industry, especially if they’re attempting to run for office again. With the majority of Americans backing the legalization movement, saying that the decision of the voters was “reckless” isn’t the best way (IMO) to get re-elected. Colorado has a huge opportunity to be a leader in the marijuana movement, both with the model of business and the way that the cannabis indulgers act!


Animal Cookies (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, October, 28th 2014 by THCFinder


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Animal Cookies - Hybrid

This extremely powerful and loved strain is a hybrid cross between the incredibly beloved Girl Scout Cookie strain and the Fire OG strain. The strain is a fast flowering plant, making it extremely popular among growers. It flower in about 9-10 weeks and grows as a dense plant. The strain is incredibly strong, not for the weak lunged smoker, and is highly recommended for patients that are suffering with pain or insomnia. Needless to say, Animal Cookies is a heavy indica strain that you're sure to love. The aroma of the flowers is sweet, with a tart sour bite. It smells earthy and strong, a strain that you don't want to be carrying if you're not going to be keeping it in a sealed container. The buds are a gorgeous hue of green, covered in frost, tipped in a dark purple that resembles the ripest of grapes. Trust me, you'll be in love with this strain just from smell along but once you smoke the smooth, gorgeous flowers, you'll be keeping Animal Cookies in your bong for a long time. For patients looking for a good medicine, Animal Cookies assists patients dealing with ADD and ADHD, as well as severe anxiety, asthma, gastrointestinal disorder, and the dreaded cancer. With so many positive benefits of the strain, it's a wonder that more people aren't talking about it. In addition the the illnesses listed above, this bud will also make the user feel euphoric and happy. This characteristic is especially important for people dealing with anxiety and depression. Many patients (as well as recreational smokers) should definitely be smoking on these buds.



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