Hemp in Wisconsin; a perfect climate and soil for growing marijuana

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, July, 1st 2013 by THCFinder
hemp-in-wisconsinMADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin has a rich history in hemp cultivation. The state’s soil and climate are ideal for the growth of the crop. Unfortunately, due to federal regulation, hemp cannot be grown in the state, or in any other state. 
Hemp was first planted in Wisconsin in 1908. Over the next four decades, the state’s fertile south-central region proved to be a favorable location for cultivation. For many years, Wisconsin stood behind only Kentucky in terms of hemp acreage. 
Granted, much of the production of hemp in the twentieth century was dedicated to wartime use. The military employed hemp for a variety of purposes in both World Wars. L.H. Dewey of the USDA once stated that, “Wisconsin hemp is now used in sewing the shoes worn by American soldiers and hemp fiber is at the present time the only suitable fiber available in sufficient quantities for this purpose. It is also used as cordage in ship building, and hemp tow is the best available material for calking vessels.” 
Although hemp cultivation all but ceased by the late 1950s, criminalization did not take full effect until the passing of Controlled Substances Act in 1970. Since then, many novel uses for hemp have been discovered and developed.
Hemp can be used in the production of paper, construction materials, insulation, geotextiles, and even foodstuffs. The plant is also promising from an environmental standpoint: in comparison to cotton, the amount of herbicides and pesticides required to grow hemp is negligible.


Just Smoke Weed

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, July, 1st 2013 by THCFinder



Stoners Live Life

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, June, 29th 2013 by THCFinder


Stoners believe in a world that can live in peace and harmony. Live your life the StonerDays way! Arise from your sleepy slumber and wake & bake with your favorite pipe. Smoke weed with stoners around the world. A united “one love” between any and all. We live StonerDays.


Today is gonna be an radically awesome day because happiness comes from within. One of my favorite quotes I’ve come across in life is “Happiness is a choice”. I truly do believe happiness is by our own design. Everyday we have a choice to live the life we were given to it’s fullest. Do not take this for-granted. As stoners it is our duty to live peacefully. Our hippie brothers and sisters started a revolution “Peace not War”. Let us not forget our past but embrace it. Live StonerDays.


Create from within yourself a life that has no limitations of love. Retrain your brain. Smoke freely. StonerDays a way of life.


Our good vibes shine brightly and vibrantly! We bring only good vibes to your lives. This is our mission statement and we promise to provide a peaceful unity with stoners of all walks of life. From California to Australia, from New York to China, we want you to express yourself! Shine through that crystal glass bong. Live your life through StonerDays.


Show the world we are more than just stoners. We are the people of tomorrow, today. We believe in a higher state of mind. Endless possibilities will open from this higher state, your mind is your own drawing board. Write, draw, shape, and form new ideas while you inhale Gods gift to man – marijuana. Live StonerDays.


Set sail with us as we journey to a new world. No stoner will be left behind. We are united as one and created to live a life of great happiness. We are home grown, nurtured and carefully hand picked individuals. We are the future!




College Women Who Smoke Marijuana Are More Likely To Hook Up, Study Finds

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder
First-year female college students who smoke pot are more likely to hook up, especially if they engaged in casual sex before arriving on campus, a study discovered.
"Our findings suggest hooking up during the first year of college is influenced by pre-college hook ups, personality, behavioral intentions, the social and situational context, family background and substance use patterns –- particularly marijuana use," Robyn L. Fielder, the study's lead author, said in a statement Wednesday.
The study, titled "Predictors of Sexual Hookups: A Theory-Based, Prospective Study of First-Year College Women," surveyed 483 incoming first-year female college students several times over eight months. It was published in May in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, an academic journal. Fielder worked on the research as a doctoral student at Syracuse University with Michael Carey, a Syracuse psychology professor during the research now at Brown University.
They defined a hook up as sex between partners who "are not in a committed relationship" and "the interaction is short-term and does not signify that a romantic relationship will begin," reports The Daily Orange, the Syracuse student newspaper. Women who smoked weed and binge-drank alcohol were more likely to engage in oral sex in a hook up situation than women who did not smoke pot or binge-drink. Marijuana consumers had vaginal sex hook ups more often than women who did not smoke pot, according to the study.
About one-quarter of all women surveyed had at least one hook up involving either oral sex or vaginal sex during their first year at college, according to an abstract of the study.
Pre-college hook ups were the strongest indicator that women would engage in casual sex during their first year of college, according to the study. Other factors increasing the likelihood of hooking up included impulsivity, sensation-seeking, alcohol use, "social comparison orientation" and situational triggers. Race, socioeconomic status, academics, cigarette smoking and "parental connectedness" were not predictive indicators of sexual hook ups, the authors concluded.


Fight crime not Cannabis

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, June, 22nd 2013 by THCFinder




Category: Culture | Posted on Sun, June, 16th 2013 by THCFinder
jail-for-mjJerry Duval, began serving a 10-year sentence for distributing marijuana last week. Duval has a kidney and pancreas transplant, as well as glaucoma and neuropathy. His family grew marijuana on his Michigan farm, in part to treat his ailments. Duval’s son, Jerry, was given a five-year sentence.
It will likely cost taxpayers more than a million dollars to keep Jerry Duval in jail and tend to his medical conditions, part of the soaring cost of the Obama administration’s continuing crackdown on pot growers and users.
In 2011, according to the Drug Policy Alliance, 757,969 Americans were arrested for drug violations involving marijuana, 87 percent of the arrests for mere possession.
The same day Duval reported to a federal prison, Nevasda Governor Brian Sandoval signed into law a measure that makes pot available to medical marijuana card holders in his state. The new act legalizes marijuana growers, processors and dispensaries and even allows for home-growing until 2016. Marijuana tax revenue will pay to regulate dispensaries and to support the state’s education budget.
If you consider it a gross injustice that Jerry Duval began serving a 10 year prison sentence for doing what on the same day Nevada’s governor made legal, welcome to the club. A rapidly growing club. 
With Nevada, 16 states have decriminalized marijuana. In 2012, voters in Colorado and Washington state approved normalizing marijuana sales, considering them under the law little different than tobacco or alcohol. In Colorado, more voters approved legalization than those who voted to reelect President Obama, who carried the state.



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