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(Travel and Leisure)   Two big winners after the election are Washington and Colorado, as they may become a tourist destination for stoners. FAA requests that tourists not get higher than 8,000 feet to avoid passenger aircraft   (travelandleisure.com) divider line 216
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2012-11-09 08:42:32 PM  

Indubitably: Indubitably: Amos Quito: Ow! That was my feelings!: Amos Quito: phrawgh: Never fear, good Christian citizens, the ATF and federal government are coming to help you.


Hate to say it, but ^THIS^.

If you think the Feds are going to let these rogue States defy their AUTHORATAY, you're already so high that you have no need for legalization.

It's not about "health" or "safety", it's about POWER.

They lack the resources, and now the cooperation of the local cops, to go after small scale growers and possession crimes. Retail sales? Oh, yeah, that is a completely different animal. We shall see, but there are 100s of medical marijuana dispensaries openly operating right now in Colorado. Let's just say I'm glad the Mormon doesn't get to decide the Federal response.


First, I agree with the bolded 1,000%.

I don't presume that the Feds would send their boys in to bag dopers and small-time dealers, that would be silly. They have other means of coercion:

National Minimum Drinking Age Act

"The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 (23 U.S.C. § 158) was passed on July 17, 1984 by the United States Congress as a mechanism whereby all states would become thereafter required to legislate the age of 21 years as a minimum age for purchasing and publicly possessing alcoholic beverages. Under the Federal Aid Highway Act, a state with a minimum age below 21 would be subjected to a ten percent decrease in its annual federal highway apportionment.[1]"

ALL states complied.

And if withholding money doesn't work, they can always ratchet it up.

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Reregulate.

Now.

*)

There is always new money, right?

Word.

P.S. Let's demoney drugs. Make 'em free, or at least tax them: let the users pay, legally and respectfully.


This is America?
 
2012-11-09 08:43:38 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: It's going to be tough to establish and run these businesses. Banks are forbidden to do business with them. The IRS won't allow any deductions for business expenses. State regs will require expensive security measures and impose location restrictions. Local governments can ban them. The feds may bust them at any time.

I can think of better investments.


I said demoney, didn't i?
 
2012-11-09 08:46:31 PM  
What's weird though is that 98% of "employment drug testing" is marijuana.

It's actually the only one which "tests well". That is, it doesn't get false positives from ordinary things, and testing usually detects long-term use, not just that day.

Opiates and amphetamines have a shiatload of ordinary things which cause false positives, though.
In fact with more people at the workplace using nasal spray and eating poppyseed bagels than using meth and heroin, it's probably more likely that a positive is from that than actual drug use, making the testing rather pointless. If they ask for a second test, these have a shorter detection window, so abstaining for a few days after the first test would make follow-up tests pointless unless you were so addicted that you couldn't abstain for a few days.

Really, it seems to be that THC testing is the absolute CORNERSTONE of drug testing. The other stuff is just "icing on the cake" that the lab does so they can upcharge, even though it's generally pointless. If you DO take away the concept of drug testing for THC, then there may be no point in engaging in ANY drug testing, as it's expensive, keeps sending employees off the line during work hours to pee in a cup, and troublesome for H.R. to negotiate issues of the failed-tests-which-may-be-nothing.

Well, there's stil hair testing, that's accurate. But it's more expensive, and if you exclude marijuana use from the net, then there's like 80% fewer fish in the sea, making it pointless to go randomly trolling for them.
 
2012-11-09 08:53:40 PM  

Indubitably: BarkingUnicorn: It's going to be tough to establish and run these businesses. Banks are forbidden to do business with them. The IRS won't allow any deductions for business expenses. State regs will require expensive security measures and impose location restrictions. Local governments can ban them. The feds may bust them at any time.

I can think of better investments.

I said demoney, didn't i?


Yah, because those medical marijuana places aren't on every block in Colorado. They seem to be having a real hard time with it being illegal and all.
 
2012-11-09 08:54:42 PM  

SearchN: way south: DORMAMU: moops: It's gonna be hard for "tourists" to "buy" when the federal government won't allow sales to take place.

Feds would have to do the busting & prosecute in fed court. Doable, but they been relying on states and locals for most of it

I somehow think they won't simply accept the burden without some kind of backlash. That or them turning a blind eye.
Colorado may want this, but there's other interests that probably fear a successful example will flip surrounding states.

Look for a string of batfe screw ups or other nefariousness to put a bad spin on any good statistics from legalization.

/also keep an eye on the media.
/every criminal that makes the news will be a pothead.

Good point. We just had an officer die of friendly fire this morning in Lakewood. Guessing "weed" will be found in the suspects house. The media is already talking about how the suspects had "2-3" PITBULLS in the apartment.


ZOMG. That's how we end: Pitbulls and weed! That's clearly worse than the crack epidemic of late 80's early 90's.

Really odd that a cop gets shot and it is somehow important that a related apartment has pitbulls.
 
2012-11-09 08:54:57 PM  
Yeah, the 2013 Hempfest is going to be....something.

I can't even fathom how clusterf*cky Seattle will be that weekend now.
 
2012-11-09 08:55:03 PM  

Zombie DJ: I may move or work from home then. Look, I'm 44. I've seen a lot.
I don't care if you smoke it, but every single farking person I've come into contact with that smokes weed is so farking stupid they can't hold a conversation longer than 5 minutes.
Out of the, say, 20 people I know and/or talk to each day (co-workers, regulars, etc.) only 3 of them don't piss me off regularly.
Meh, who knows. Maybe this'll open up the job market for people who show up everyday for work.
(DJ's are a dying breed anyway)


I'll take stoners over opiate/Xanax addicts any day. You ask them to pull some files or send an attachment, walk over ten minutes later, and they're passed out on their desks. Then no one can get rid of them because they're prescribed opiate/Xanax by their doctor, but are completely farking useless at all aspects of life.
 
2012-11-09 08:55:03 PM  
Today is nine-eleven in reverse: eleven-nine.

I'm not scared anymore.

I want peas.

I want America, period.

I want freedom for users, whether you agree with their self-destruction or not, for this is the crux of democracy, really.

Let me do what I will do, and punish me as I go?

Whatevs.

Lead by let?

How about Grow up?

Democracy means you protect when necessary, but otherwise, you are silent.

Learn when to stfu, please.

Thank you.

*)

P.S. I am deaf/dumb suddenly; adverbs.
 
2012-11-09 08:58:35 PM  

ShawnDoc: ZAZ: Around here people were saying casinos will be great look at how much money Connecticut makes. But the total number of gamblers doesn't get much bigger if Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire all have casinos.

They work good, thanks to the aging population. For whatever reason, once someone turns 60 they get addicted to nickle slots. You just need to give it a few more years for the aging population to catch up to the new casinos being built.

(Of course they'll all have to shut down once the boomers die off)


Slots are video games for people too old to have played real video games. I mean, have you ever listened to those little reward noises the slot machines give you every time you drop in a quarter?
 
2012-11-09 08:58:47 PM  

Kazan: Gig103: Until the court rules if a work-related drug test can get you fired if you smoked in CO or WA, I can't imagine it's going to change for a lot of people.

Good for those states for regulating and taxing it. Less money to the cartels.

there is nothing in the law that says employers cannot can you for violating their drug policies. and there are no regulations on what they can and cannot put into those policies.


Not only that, but if you get high in colorado legally and come back to missouri to your job and come up hot on a piss test you are still fired. we lost a guy last year that went to amstedam and camebackbragging about it. our safety officer got him tested and he was fired two days later.
 
2012-11-09 08:59:19 PM  
Very seriously considering moving to WA state. Not just for the pot...
 
2012-11-09 09:01:03 PM  

mongbiohazard: Fark yes... I'll be happy to treat CO like the Amsterdam of America. It's a gorgeous state, and would be a great place to hike around and smoke some spliffs while vacationing.


Sorry, still no smoking pot in public. Presumably this also includes the great outdoors.
 
2012-11-09 09:01:07 PM  

Klom Dark: Gig103: Until the court rules if a work-related drug test can get you fired if you smoked in CO or WA, I can't imagine it's going to change for a lot of people.

Good for those states for regulating and taxing it. Less money to the cartels.

fark that shiat, there's a lot of companies out there that don't test for weed. While weed make stupid people stupider, smart, cerebral engineer/designer types use it to enhance their thought process. Companies will start losing their best talent if they don't wake the fark up.


I don't disagree with the argument you appear to be attempting to make but the manner in which you're making it contradicts your (presumed) premise.
 
2012-11-09 09:04:17 PM  
You can easily get cannabis in any state in the Union, if you are not concerned with quality of the product. What you get when cannabis becomes legal is medical grade product as well as a tremendous variety of edibles. Pot dispensaries are actually pot delicatessens.

/doesn't smoke weed anymore
//vaporizes butter hash
 
2012-11-09 09:04:40 PM  

Zombie DJ: I may move or work from home then. Look, I'm 44. I've seen a lot.
I don't care if you smoke it, but every single farking person I've come into contact with that smokes weed is so farking stupid they can't hold a conversation longer than 5 minutes.
Out of the, say, 20 people I know and/or talk to each day (co-workers, regulars, etc.) only 3 of them don't piss me off regularly.
Meh, who knows. Maybe this'll open up the job market for people who show up everyday for work.
(DJ's are a dying breed anyway)


Uptight people like you have no business being anywhere near the music industry, even the lowly DJ world. Please leave and get a job at a bank or investment firm where people don't have to be ashamed of the stick in their @ss.
 
2012-11-09 09:04:54 PM  

SearchN: vernonFL: If there is anything Colorado needs, its more hippies

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Actually, only Denver and Boulder have a ton of hippies, and most of them leave the state when it starts to get cold.


You've clearly never been to Boulder in the winter. Can't testify to Denver.
 
2012-11-09 09:09:18 PM  

Sgygus: You can easily get cannabis in any state in the Union, if you are not concerned with quality of the product. What you get when cannabis becomes legal is medical grade product as well as a tremendous variety of edibles. Pot dispensaries are actually pot delicatessens.

/doesn't smoke weed anymore
//vaporizes butter hash


Ok, i've been toking for over 20 yrs and have never heard of "butter hash"
Explain please?
 
2012-11-09 09:11:41 PM  

Zombie DJ: Ninjazx: You should share your ability to identify anyone who smokes weed with the local law enforcement. It would save thousands of tax dollars

Oh take your self righteous "came down from the mountain to expose you" attitude and choke on it.
The people I mentioned OPENLY ADMIT IT. They know I don't care, (and oh, ya. I in no way can smell it while being trapped in a small radio studio no bigger than an airplane bathroom.) as long as their work gets done and I don't have to fill in, which I have to farking do every week.
We've gone through 3 more employees in the last 2 months. One decided to roll a joint while his farking mic was on. Probably shouldn't tell the World how you can't get those pesky stems from poking through the paper.
Another went out for his break, came back reeking of it and fell asleep on the farking board.
The last guy just couldn't get the hang of how to use the buttons while openly admitting to me how he can usually think better after a wake and bake.
So fark you if you think I'm judging people when the evidence of MY life was seen, not judged with, dick.


Not to go all Chris Rock on you but you're talking about two completely different things. There are pot smokers and there are stoners. Even pot smokers, hell especially pot smokers, don't like people who are zombie baked 24/7.

But I guarantee you many if not most of the brightest and most creative people you know (or especially whose work you enjoy) smoke out with some regularity. It broadens ones mental horizons.

///The more you know.......
 
2012-11-09 09:13:52 PM  

Occam's Disposable Razor: A person's position on MJ legalization is one of my most trusted yardsticks for determining if I'll ever really be close friends with someone. I haven't smoked in years (was daily long ago) and likely will go indefinitely unless it falls into my lap, but if you're truly against legalization, we're going to have a hell of a time seeing eye to eye. It's not even that I'm passionate about the issue, it's just that being against weed correlates STRONGLY with a slew of other personality traits that are basically diametrically opposed to mine. In my anecdotal experience, anyway...

We can still be acquaintances and work well with each other, but we're on different paths.


Agreed, and I've never even smoked pot. But I voted for 64, even though I normally hate super detailed constitutional amendments, because pot prohibition is so stupid.

\Also, I just had most of a bottle of wine, so I have no idea if I'm making sense.
\\Why was my bottle legal and that dude's joint not, again?
 
2012-11-09 09:15:09 PM  

Hrist: Zombie DJ: I may move or work from home then. Look, I'm 44. I've seen a lot.
I don't care if you smoke it, but every single farking person I've come into contact with that smokes weed is so farking stupid they can't hold a conversation longer than 5 minutes.
Out of the, say, 20 people I know and/or talk to each day (co-workers, regulars, etc.) only 3 of them don't piss me off regularly.
Meh, who knows. Maybe this'll open up the job market for people who show up everyday for work.
(DJ's are a dying breed anyway)

I'll take stoners over opiate/Xanax addicts any day. You ask them to pull some files or send an attachment, walk over ten minutes later, and they're passed out on their desks. Then no one can get rid of them because they're prescribed opiate/Xanax by their doctor, but are completely farking useless at all aspects of life.


I'll THIS this, moreso if they drink with their prescriptions and think they're better than potsmokers.

Occam's Disposable Razor: A person's position on MJ legalization is one of my most trusted yardsticks for determining if I'll ever really be close friends with someone. I haven't smoked in years (was daily long ago) and likely will go indefinitely unless it falls into my lap, but if you're truly against legalization, we're going to have a hell of a time seeing eye to eye. It's not even that I'm passionate about the issue, it's just that being against weed correlates STRONGLY with a slew of other personality traits that are basically diametrically opposed to mine. In my anecdotal experience, anyway...

We can still be acquaintances and work well with each other, but we're on different paths.


That and gay marriage, b/c and abortion for me.
Not a smoker either but I voted for it.
 
2012-11-09 09:15:26 PM  
farking states' rights nutters.

That last time states are allowed to go against federal policy we had a war that almost destroyed the country. Here's hoping that the president sends the feds to kick down their door and have them locked away from society.
 
2012-11-09 09:16:47 PM  

Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: vernonFL: If there is anything Colorado needs, its more hippies

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Actually, only Denver and Boulder have a ton of hippies, and most of them leave the state when it starts to get cold.

You've clearly never been to Boulder in the winter. Can't testify to Denver.


Sitting in Wonderland Hills. You? Right off Broadway and Iris.

And yes, you and I both know it gets better when it gets colder. The majority of the scummy ass hippies are the beggers on the mall. Most of them move to warmer climates when it starts to drop.
 
2012-11-09 09:16:51 PM  

Zombie DJ: I don't care if you smoke it, but every single farking person I've come into contact with that smokes weed is so farking stupid they can't hold a conversation longer than 5 minutes.


I know, right? I mean my neurosurgeon neighbor is smart, and naturally, he doesn't get high. You know how I know? I asked him, and he TOLD ME he doesn't get high. And my other neighbor, the surpreme court justice is smart, and naturally, he doesn't get high. You know how I know? I asked him, and he TOLD ME he doesn't get high. And my other other neighbor, the chief of police is smart, and naturally, he doesn't get high. You know how I know? I asked him, and he TOLD ME he doesn't get high.

Meanwhile, the guy who stands on the corner of 2nd and vine...you know the homeless dude. You know, the guy who has absolutely nothing to lose by letting you know that he gets high...the stupid guy...he gets high.

So clearly, the only logical conclusion is that only stupid people get high. It's the only possible explanation.
 
2012-11-09 09:20:15 PM  

SearchN: Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: vernonFL: If there is anything Colorado needs, its more hippies

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Actually, only Denver and Boulder have a ton of hippies, and most of them leave the state when it starts to get cold.

You've clearly never been to Boulder in the winter. Can't testify to Denver.

Sitting in Wonderland Hills. You? Right off Broadway and Iris.

And yes, you and I both know it gets better when it gets colder. The majority of the scummy ass hippies are the beggers on the mall. Most of them move to warmer climates when it starts to drop.


Ah, you think someone has to smell to be a hippy. Whereas I consider Boulder to be the land of the trust fund hippy, who loves being smug about his electric car as he heats his huge old house in Mapleton.
 
2012-11-09 09:21:08 PM  

moops: It's gonna be hard for "tourists" to "buy" when the federal government won't allow sales to take place.


So...open a coffee shop and charge $15 for a cup of coffee with a free side of skinny spliff.
 
2012-11-09 09:24:01 PM  

Zombie DJ: I may move or work from home then. Look, I'm 44. I've seen a lot.
I don't care if you smoke it, but every single farking person I've come into contact with that smokes weed is so farking stupid they can't hold a conversation longer than 5 minutes.
Out of the, say, 20 people I know and/or talk to each day (co-workers, regulars, etc.) only 3 of them don't piss me off regularly.
Meh, who knows. Maybe this'll open up the job market for people who show up everyday for work.
(DJ's are a dying breed anyway)


I've started smoking on a fairly regular basis, but never smoked any until I was at least 26. If I'm not high I can hold a conversation as long as you wanna talk. If I'm high I'm a ranting, forgot-what-I-was-just-talking-about Olympian.

I think pot does screw up development in young brains (why I mention the age I started), so we should try to keep it away from kids. But adults should be able to burn a plant and inhale the smoke if they enjoy what that does for them. Talk about the government impeding on a natural right.

1) Grow life
2) Create fire
3) Breathe
 
rka
2012-11-09 09:27:07 PM  

Skirl Hutsenreiter: mongbiohazard: Fark yes... I'll be happy to treat CO like the Amsterdam of America. It's a gorgeous state, and would be a great place to hike around and smoke some spliffs while vacationing.

Sorry, still no smoking pot in public. Presumably this also includes the great outdoors.


Well I'd hate for someone blazing one up in the woods and starting a fire. To top it off it's usually bad to combine hiking at 8-10000 ft and smoking in the first place.

But ignoring both of those, how many cops do you see on the trail? I barely see any rangers at all.
 
2012-11-09 09:29:22 PM  

Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: vernonFL: If there is anything Colorado needs, its more hippies

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Actually, only Denver and Boulder have a ton of hippies, and most of them leave the state when it starts to get cold.

You've clearly never been to Boulder in the winter. Can't testify to Denver.

Sitting in Wonderland Hills. You? Right off Broadway and Iris.

And yes, you and I both know it gets better when it gets colder. The majority of the scummy ass hippies are the beggers on the mall. Most of them move to warmer climates when it starts to drop.

Ah, you think someone has to smell to be a hippy. Whereas I consider Boulder to be the land of the trust fund hippy, who loves being smug about his electric car as he heats his huge old house in Mapleton.


Na, I consider them to be the yuppies. The people that sit around this though:

data.whicdn.com
 
2012-11-09 09:32:28 PM  

rka: Skirl Hutsenreiter: mongbiohazard: Fark yes... I'll be happy to treat CO like the Amsterdam of America. It's a gorgeous state, and would be a great place to hike around and smoke some spliffs while vacationing.

Sorry, still no smoking pot in public. Presumably this also includes the great outdoors.

Well I'd hate for someone blazing one up in the woods and starting a fire. To top it off it's usually bad to combine hiking at 8-10000 ft and smoking in the first place.

But ignoring both of those, how many cops do you see on the trail? I barely see any rangers at all.


Oh, I must respectfully disagree. The buzz wears off quick, but toking up before heading up a steep grind of a section of a hike is a real nice way to get through it. Definitely not for newbie smokers or flatlanders, but some of us are pros all the way around.
 
2012-11-09 09:32:38 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Reposting from a previous thread because it is relevant here:

I love all of these conservatives who talk shiat about freedom, liberty, and states rights but never really support policies that expand those rights.

My state of Washington showed everyone how it was done this year. We voted to extend to gay couples the LIBERTY to marry each other. We gave people the FREEDOM to use a relatively harmless drug if they want, and in the process set up a legal showdown between the rights of the states and the power of the federal government. We did all that stuff that conservatives are supposedly for, but I'm willing to bet that the author is horrified at our election results. Conservatives talk a big game, but I don't think they really are as in love with true freedom and liberty as they say, otherwise they would be on our side in regards to the Drug War and Gay Marriage.


Nicely put.
 
2012-11-09 09:33:01 PM  

rka: Skirl Hutsenreiter: mongbiohazard: Fark yes... I'll be happy to treat CO like the Amsterdam of America. It's a gorgeous state, and would be a great place to hike around and smoke some spliffs while vacationing.

Sorry, still no smoking pot in public. Presumably this also includes the great outdoors.

Well I'd hate for someone blazing one up in the woods and starting a fire. To top it off it's usually bad to combine hiking at 8-10000 ft and smoking in the first place.

But ignoring both of those, how many cops do you see on the trail? I barely see any rangers at all.


Depends on the trail and the day. Lost lake on a weekend: guaranteed ranger sighting. Random open space trail away from Chautauqua: unlikely.
 
2012-11-09 09:33:29 PM  

DigitalCoffee: WTF does that even mean? You're either cooking/baking with canna-oil/canna-butter or you're not. What's this 'infused' BS?


A friend of mine calls it "I can't believe it's pot butter."
 
2012-11-09 09:34:55 PM  

SearchN: Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: vernonFL: If there is anything Colorado needs, its more hippies

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Actually, only Denver and Boulder have a ton of hippies, and most of them leave the state when it starts to get cold.

You've clearly never been to Boulder in the winter. Can't testify to Denver.

Sitting in Wonderland Hills. You? Right off Broadway and Iris.

And yes, you and I both know it gets better when it gets colder. The majority of the scummy ass hippies are the beggers on the mall. Most of them move to warmer climates when it starts to drop.

Ah, you think someone has to smell to be a hippy. Whereas I consider Boulder to be the land of the trust fund hippy, who loves being smug about his electric car as he heats his huge old house in Mapleton.

Na, I consider them to be the yuppies. The people that sit around this though:


My problem with "yuppy" is the "urban" part. Boulder only pretends its urban. Plus, a lot of the people I'd identify as trust fund hippies consider themselves artists, not professionals.
 
2012-11-09 09:37:17 PM  

rka: Well I'd hate for someone blazing one up in the woods and starting a fire. To top it off it's usually bad to combine hiking at 8-10000 ft and smoking in the first place.


But, but these are some of my favorite things...

/guess I'll stick to the NC mountains if you're gonna be all like that :p
 
2012-11-09 09:39:01 PM  
SearchN, I live in unincorporated Boulder County, so I like to make fun of the city of Boulder. I do like being able to visit regularly, but I also like not having to live there any more.
 
2012-11-09 09:40:53 PM  

Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: Skirl Hutsenreiter: SearchN: vernonFL: If there is anything Colorado needs, its more hippies

[encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com image 259x194]

Actually, only Denver and Boulder have a ton of hippies, and most of them leave the state when it starts to get cold.

You've clearly never been to Boulder in the winter. Can't testify to Denver.

Sitting in Wonderland Hills. You? Right off Broadway and Iris.

And yes, you and I both know it gets better when it gets colder. The majority of the scummy ass hippies are the beggers on the mall. Most of them move to warmer climates when it starts to drop.

Ah, you think someone has to smell to be a hippy. Whereas I consider Boulder to be the land of the trust fund hippy, who loves being smug about his electric car as he heats his huge old house in Mapleton.

Na, I consider them to be the yuppies. The people that sit around this though:

My problem with "yuppy" is the "urban" part. Boulder only pretends its urban. Plus, a lot of the people I'd identify as trust fund hippies consider themselves artists, not professionals.


True, but I guess it really is the area of town. I am just waiting to see what happens with the shelter by the Bus Stop when this really starts cranking. Should be entertaining to see the new rule of 'You cant have pot inside, so check it in with us and you can have it back when you leave.' rule goes in.

What area are you in?
 
2012-11-09 09:40:59 PM  
Actually, science is going toward the conclusion that it is the smarties who like to get high.
 
2012-11-09 09:42:55 PM  
dopekitty74: butter hash ... Explain please?

Peanut butter hash is made from a butane extraction process and then cold washed producing a peanut-butter like texture. There are other extraction methods as well. This type of hash leaves no residue when vaporized which makes it ideal for e-cigarette devices that use cartridges and rechargeable batteries.

Clean, portable, relatively odorless.
 
2012-11-09 09:43:00 PM  

Amos Quito: phrawgh: Never fear, good Christian citizens, the ATF and federal government are coming to help you.


Hate to say it, but ^THIS^.

If you think the Feds are going to let these rogue States defy their AUTHORATAY, you're already so high that you have no need for legalization.

It's not about "health" or "safety", it's about POWER.


The thing about power is, it only works if people assume you have it. The DEA can't do anything here. I don't mean they WON'T do anything, I mean they CAN'T. They don't have the resources to do more than make threatening noises. 95% of the manpower in national drug busts is local and state cops. The Feds have very few actual agents.
 
2012-11-09 09:45:06 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Good. I hope their revenues from it skyrocket and other states begin to hop on the gravy train and follow suit.


As soon as I read gravy, all I could think about was The Catacombs restaurant downtown. If you're stopping by for some bud may as well get a decent meal.
 
2012-11-09 09:45:31 PM  

dopekitty74: Sgygus: You can easily get cannabis in any state in the Union, if you are not concerned with quality of the product. What you get when cannabis becomes legal is medical grade product as well as a tremendous variety of edibles. Pot dispensaries are actually pot delicatessens.

/doesn't smoke weed anymore
//vaporizes butter hash

Ok, i've been toking for over 20 yrs and have never heard of "butter hash"
Explain please?


Curious minds want to know.
 
2012-11-09 09:46:52 PM  

Sgygus: dopekitty74: butter hash ... Explain please?

Peanut butter hash is made from a butane extraction process and then cold washed producing a peanut-butter like texture. There are other extraction methods as well. This type of hash leaves no residue when vaporized which makes it ideal for e-cigarette devices that use cartridges and rechargeable batteries.

Clean, portable, relatively odorless.


Thank you ;)
 
2012-11-09 09:47:14 PM  
Drug testing is the stupidest farking thing in the world. How about just testing a person based on their day to day performance and previous experience? Gee, what a concept!

ha-ha-guy: Plus we only do a piss test on new hires normally and if you can't manage to pass that, you have self discpline issues.


Oh look at mr. high and mighty. If you don't use weed like I do, then you have issues. If you use it in private and then it shows up on a drug test I administer to you, then you suck at life and smoking weed. fark off. Take that shiat and shove it.
 
2012-11-09 09:48:06 PM  

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Amos Quito: phrawgh: Never fear, good Christian citizens, the ATF and federal government are coming to help you.


Hate to say it, but ^THIS^.

If you think the Feds are going to let these rogue States defy their AUTHORATAY, you're already so high that you have no need for legalization.

It's not about "health" or "safety", it's about POWER.

The thing about power is, it only works if people assume you have it. The DEA can't do anything here. I don't mean they WON'T do anything, I mean they CAN'T. They don't have the resources to do more than make threatening noises. 95% of the manpower in national drug busts is local and state cops. The Feds have very few actual agents.


That and you know what happens if the shiat hits the fan and goes before the current "states rights" supreme court?

/friggin slam dunk
 
2012-11-09 09:48:44 PM  
There is nothing better than hiking and toking. Omicron makes great pocket-vaporizers ... no open flame!
 
2012-11-09 09:53:23 PM  

Sgygus: There is nothing better than hiking and toking. Omicron makes great pocket-vaporizers ... no open flame!


There is one thing better...
www.schneesportgastein.com
 
2012-11-09 09:59:02 PM  
$98.94 billion dollars. That's the value of beer consumed in the US in 2011. That's just beer. If MJ starts getting treated like alcohol, the cash involved will be vast, vast, vast. Hell, a billion a year is spent just ADVERTISING beer. You want to see a land rush, watch what happens as people try to become the big name brands in pot.
 
2012-11-09 09:59:32 PM  

rohar: Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Amos Quito: phrawgh: Never fear, good Christian citizens, the ATF and federal government are coming to help you.


Hate to say it, but ^THIS^.

If you think the Feds are going to let these rogue States defy their AUTHORATAY, you're already so high that you have no need for legalization.

It's not about "health" or "safety", it's about POWER.

The thing about power is, it only works if people assume you have it. The DEA can't do anything here. I don't mean they WON'T do anything, I mean they CAN'T. They don't have the resources to do more than make threatening noises. 95% of the manpower in national drug busts is local and state cops. The Feds have very few actual agents.

That and you know what happens if the shiat hits the fan and goes before the current "states rights" supreme court?

/friggin slam dunk


Its a conservative court, not a states rights court. Conservatives only support states rights when it helps their causes.
 
2012-11-09 09:59:35 PM  

DigitalCoffee: (not for mere pot brownies, mind you, but "infused edibles.")

WTF does that even mean? You're either cooking/baking with canna-oil/canna-butter or you're not. What's this 'infused' BS?

/and don't knock the pot brownies
//or the cookies


One example that comes to mind, hash-oil infused lollipops. Way more potent than any other cooked/baked edibles that I've ever tried.
 
2012-11-09 10:01:29 PM  

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Amos Quito: phrawgh: Never fear, good Christian citizens, the ATF and federal government are coming to help you.


Hate to say it, but ^THIS^.

If you think the Feds are going to let these rogue States defy their AUTHORATAY, you're already so high that you have no need for legalization.

It's not about "health" or "safety", it's about POWER.

The thing about power is, it only works if people assume you have it. The DEA can't do anything here. I don't mean they WON'T do anything, I mean they CAN'T. They don't have the resources to do more than make threatening noises. 95% of the manpower in national drug busts is local and state cops. The Feds have very few actual agents.


States well still do the work. Tax records for sales used to convict Sellers and growers of federal crimes.
 
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