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Montel Williams to push for medical marijuana

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, January, 20th 2011 by THCFinder

Delegate Dan Morhaim said Williams, who is a multiple sclerosis patient, is scheduled to attend a news conference in Annapolis on Monday.

 

Morhaim, a Baltimore County Democrat, and Sen. David Brinkley, a Frederick County Republican, plan to introduce a measure to allow marijuana to be used under well-defined circumstances for bona fide medical purposes.

 

In 2003, Maryland approved a law limiting sentencing to a $100 fine for people who use marijuana if they have a medical excuse. But critics of that law say it still drives people whose pain could be alleviated by marijuana into alleys to buy from drug dealers.

 

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Cameron Diaz Says Snoop Dogg Sold Her Pot in 'LBC' High School

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, January, 20th 2011 by THCFinder

Not really a shocker here: Cameron Diaz told George Lopez this week that she's "pretty sure" she bought marijuana from Snoop Dogg in high school.

 

America's foremost promoter of goodweed sold pot in high school? Sounds like it. Diaz apparently went to Long Beach Polytechnic High School in the '80s with Snoop. She remembered it as a campus with 3,500 students.

And she said the rapper was "very tall and skinny he wore lots of ponytails in his head."

That's him, officer. (We hope there's a statute of limitations here, because selling weed to a high school kid -- without a medical marijuana card even! -- has to be illegal).

Frankly, we were surprised to see such humility from Diaz, a former model. She talked openly about her Cuban background and growing up in "the LBC."

She said Snoop was "a year older than me ... I'm pretty sure I bought weed from him. I had to have."

"So you were green even in high school," Lopez asked, referring to her affinity for Toyota Priuses.

"Absolutely."

(Source)


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The Stars Are High

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, January, 17th 2011 by THCFinder

Here in this post were going to bring to you a couple of celebs that like to get high just as much as you and I. Below we have some of the most popular stars either admitting to smoking weed or are still doing it but who knows.

 

 

First we have Justin Timberlake who has always been very open about how he like to take a toke of a joint now and then. Justin Timberlake also admitted that when he was “Punk’d” by Ashton Kutcher he was literally “Stoned out of his mind”.

 

 

 

Next are Seth Rogen and James Franco, the directors of the very successful movie “Pineapple Express”. They admitted to smoking weed but I’m pretty sure we all guessed that when they took out a joint and shared it on stage at the MTV Movie Awards some time back.

 

 

And finally to bring this post to a close we have Michelle Phillips who made the statement in 2001 that "Marijuana should definitely be legalized. I think we should let everyone smoke it without fear of being thrown in jail. It's the greatest drug in the world” so if that’s not and admissions to smoking Marijuana then I don’t really know what is.

 


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Is Snoop Dogg Offering To Endorse L.A. Marijuana Shops For Cash?

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, January, 13th 2011 by THCFinder

L.A. pot shops are buzzing about an email pitch from a company that says, vaguely, that a pro-cannabis celebrity endorsement from the likes of Snoop Dogg could increase business by up to 75 percent.

 

Some are wondering if the business proposal is real (would a high-profile rapper and actor reach this low for cash?).

The fuzzy email, from a man, Nathan Hill, who identifies himself as the CEO of a company called Celebrity Green Room, reads:


I am sending this email in effort to provide you with information about an innovative and marketable opportunity to not only expand your patient base but also create an additional streams of revenue. I have spent countless hours performing the work and conducting the research to create a business model which uses the persona of various hip hop artisist in order to cultivate a more significant buzz around exisiting medical marajuna dispensaries. It is projected that by using a multi-million dollar celebrity like Snoop Dogg for endorsement purposes sales will increased by 35-75% on marijuana alone.

... By participating you will have the opportunity to reach five times the amount of people that you previously had access to.

 

The pitch also promises:

Endorsement opportunities and relationship potential with participating non-profit oganizations.

Opportunity to sell your Snoop Dogg music and merchandise such as CDs, clothing, etc at dispensary locations.

 

Snoop is the most high-profile weed proponent in the nation, arguably outdoing even Cheech & Chong.

Still, some dispensary operators in this, the pot-shop capital of the nation, are understandably concerned by the weasely wording here.

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Mark Wahlberg 'quit marijuana for kids'

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, January, 11th 2011 by THCFinder

Mark Wahlberg has explained that his children prompted him to stop smoking marijuana.

E! Online reports that while acceptingVariety's 'Indie Impact Award' at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Wahlberg joked that the statuette resembled a bong, before adding that he doesn't "use those anymore".

Wahlberg continued at hotel Parker Palm Springs: "I stopped smoking weed for my kids.

"One day, we were driving and you could smell it from somewhere. My daughter asked what the smell was so I told her it was a skunk.

"Then she said, 'Sometimes daddy smells like that!' to me and my wife. So I knew I had to quit."

(Source)


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Chuck Norris Marijuana For Sale

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Sun, January, 9th 2011 by THCFinder

Los Angeles marijuana shops are pushing a new kind of weed, but Walker Texas Ranger star Chuck Norris isn’t too pleased about it. Why? Because the weed is named after him. “Chuck Norris’ Black and Blue Dream” is a type of marijuana that is rumored to a have a real wait for it- “kick to it.”

 

Chuck’s rep says this is definitely not an authorized use of his name, but TMZ.com says they aren’t sure if legal actions will be taken just yet.

 

Maybe Chuckie should just lighten up. Or at least trademark his name so he can make a few bucks off it! But that’s probably a slim chance, seeing as he’s known for his ultra-conservative political views. He even served on the board of directors for the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools. Seriously. I just puked in my mouth a little bit.

 

I think we all know what I have to post now. A little touch of the Conan O’Brien Chuck Norris Lever, you say!?

(Source) - Photo above  TMZ


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