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2013-01-30 12:49:32 PM
Like, that's just your opinion man.
 
2013-01-30 01:41:47 PM
Fark commenter?
 
2013-01-30 01:42:46 PM
Washington has been working really hard to do this right the first time right from the get go. I applaud them for looking at the big picture.
 
2013-01-30 01:43:21 PM
Holy crap a state taking a common sense approach to a regulation issue, it is almost as if someone in the government has a brain. This must be a mistake.
 
2013-01-30 01:44:19 PM
www.hangthebankers.com
 
2013-01-30 01:48:50 PM
After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.
 
2013-01-30 01:49:31 PM

WTFDYW: Washington has been working really hard to do this right the first time right from the get go. I applaud them for looking at the big picture.


The Colorado legislature, which is required by law to do so, hasn't even started working on A64 related legislation. The current session is almost 25% over. *sigh* Gonna cram through some crap at the last minute, I guess.
 
2013-01-30 01:50:38 PM
Yeah, Fox, they're not asking for black/grey marketeers, here, they're asking for people with a background in the technical aspects of the (legal) drug industry that also have experience with medical marijuana and the relevant scientific literature. Plus some experience in public health.

That's a pretty big distinction, you're talking about PhD-level stuff as opposed to high-school-dropout-level stuff.

//Also, good. Glad someone's finally bringing in actual experts on this shiat instead of letting the patchouli-and-beanie brigade and the "gateway drug" morons fight it out for once.
 
2013-01-30 01:51:07 PM
Of all the states to legalize weed, it's the two states that I have non-extraditable warrants in.

/Fark you Teller County
//and you too over zealous WA state park cop
 
2013-01-30 01:51:44 PM
For lawn mowing and general house maintenance, stick with sativa strains. For late night gaming sessions, hit up your indica strains. White Widow is a fantastic hybrid good for anything.

/Am I hired?
 
2013-01-30 01:53:17 PM
Drug test for employment?
 
2013-01-30 01:53:58 PM

MerelyFoolish: After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.


How, exactly, does one dine and dash at a Burger King? Are there suddenly upscale Burger Kings that I don't know about?
 
2013-01-30 01:54:30 PM
I hear the Dude You're Getting a Dell guy is still looking for work...
 
2013-01-30 01:55:17 PM
"In case no regulatory lawyers who grow pot in their spare time apply, multiple contracts could be awarded. Or bidders who are strong in one category could team up with those who are strong in another."

So, another part-time, work-sharing gig that doesn't pay a living wage.

At least they're not requiring a Master's degree in cannabis cultivation, just because HR thought it would  help screen resumes.

/i keed.  sounds like a great opportunity!
 
2013-01-30 01:56:04 PM

Tom_Slick: Holy crap a state taking a common sense approach to a regulation issue, it is almost as if someone in the government has a brain. This must be a mistake.


To be fair, this *is* the state of Washington... they always seemed like smarter-than-average folks to me...

Except for you Spokane peeps. I don't know what's in the water you guys drink...
 
2013-01-30 01:56:24 PM
Damn fox links never work on my phone :(
 
2013-01-30 01:56:29 PM

maram500: MerelyFoolish: After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.

How, exactly, does one dine and dash at a Burger King? Are there suddenly upscale Burger Kings that I don't know about?


You grab somebody else's tray, snarf it, and run.
 
2013-01-30 01:58:15 PM
i26.photobucket.com
I know how to can it.
 
2013-01-30 01:59:30 PM
Cooking With Marijuana, we don't care if it takes more than 30 minutes.
 
2013-01-30 02:07:27 PM
Maybe the tag should have read "Spliffy".
 
2013-01-30 02:15:17 PM

maram500: MerelyFoolish: After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.

How, exactly, does one dine and dash at a Burger King? Are there suddenly upscale Burger Kings that I don't know about?


Still no valet parking
 
2013-01-30 02:15:53 PM

Citrate1007: maram500: MerelyFoolish: After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.

How, exactly, does one dine and dash at a Burger King? Are there suddenly upscale Burger Kings that I don't know about?

Still no valet parking


Link
 
2013-01-30 02:23:21 PM

xanadian: I hear the Dude You're Getting a Dell guy is still looking for work...


His sister from apple is too.

img.photobucket.com
 
2013-01-30 02:24:30 PM
i48.tinypic.com
 
2013-01-30 02:25:33 PM
Wonder if they are available haven't heard from them in a while:

cache.kotaku.com
 
2013-01-30 02:25:36 PM

MerelyFoolish: After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.


Those percentages actually added up. Everyone knows da gobmint makes up percentages.
3/10
 
2013-01-30 02:33:15 PM
Baked.... LAYS :- D
 
2013-01-30 02:34:49 PM
I could leave teaching for this.

But I doubt the suits I would have to work with would be as much fun as the children.

Fark it.
 
2013-01-30 02:38:28 PM
Man would I love to be there. I bet some people bring in their best strains to show off.
 
2013-01-30 02:49:26 PM

Citrate1007: maram500: MerelyFoolish: After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.

How, exactly, does one dine and dash at a Burger King? Are there suddenly upscale Burger Kings that I don't know about?

Still no valet parking

Does this apply to the conversation?

krytosvirus.com

 
2013-01-30 03:16:46 PM
Sounds like a Kush government job to me
 
2013-01-30 03:34:27 PM
Pot consultant aka a botanist.

It's an indigenous plant, people.
 
2013-01-30 03:43:10 PM

Ow! That was my feelings!: WTFDYW: Washington has been working really hard to do this right the first time right from the get go. I applaud them for looking at the big picture.

The Colorado legislature, which is required by law to do so, hasn't even started working on A64 related legislation. The current session is almost 25% over. *sigh* Gonna cram through some crap at the last minute, I guess.


Agree with both of these. Nice to see WA trying to do things right and it sucks to see CO somewhat dragging their feet on this...
 
2013-01-30 04:25:00 PM

ChipNASA: www.hangthebankers.com



I love this picture and I wish it was a joint. My experiences with "people who would never touch the demon weed" versus "people who admit using pot in the past or present" lead me to prefer the latter in nearly all situations. Particularly in situation involving authority.
 
2013-01-30 04:31:41 PM
fc09.deviantart.net
 
2013-01-30 04:42:43 PM
i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2013-01-30 04:47:45 PM

thenooch: Of all the states to legalize weed, it's the two states that I have non-extraditable warrants in.

/Fark you Teller County
//and you too over zealous WA state park cop


So go get your shiat taken care of, dumbass.
/No Farker would DARE leave a warrant unpaid/unserved.
 
2013-01-30 05:18:20 PM

eas81: xanadian: I hear the Dude You're Getting a Dell guy is still looking for work...

His sister from apple is too.

[img.photobucket.com image 350x322]


Ahhh, Ellen Feiss... wonder how she's doing today?  Can't find any pics later than 2007, when she was 19 or 20.
 
2013-01-30 05:18:53 PM
Perhaps the reason it's getting done is that the Washington law specifically put it in the hands of the liquor control board and not the legislature. Though I am surprised at Colorado, their medical system is supposedly very tightly regulated, so you'd think they could basically use that as a blueprint. Maybe not?

In any case, one of them had better get it right. They'll have to fix the possession limits in a few years (I can go buy barrels of alcohol but you're gonna tell me holding more than an ounce is suddenly a crime?), but otherwise they're on the right track.
 
2013-01-30 05:38:20 PM

adamatari: Perhaps the reason it's getting done is that the Washington law specifically put it in the hands of the liquor control board and not the legislature. Though I am surprised at Colorado, their medical system is supposedly very tightly regulated, so you'd think they could basically use that as a blueprint. Maybe not?

In any case, one of them had better get it right. They'll have to fix the possession limits in a few years (I can go buy barrels of alcohol but you're gonna tell me holding more than an ounce is suddenly a crime?), but otherwise they're on the right track.


Im pretty sure the 1oz limit is to curb interstate trafficking.

Where else is a tangible good outlawed in the majority of the country?

Feds are going to need to remove its schedule 1 labeling asap or organized crime is going to take advantage.
 
2013-01-30 06:20:01 PM

scotchcrotch: adamatari: Perhaps the reason it's getting done is that the Washington law specifically put it in the hands of the liquor control board and not the legislature. Though I am surprised at Colorado, their medical system is supposedly very tightly regulated, so you'd think they could basically use that as a blueprint. Maybe not?

In any case, one of them had better get it right. They'll have to fix the possession limits in a few years (I can go buy barrels of alcohol but you're gonna tell me holding more than an ounce is suddenly a crime?), but otherwise they're on the right track.

Im pretty sure the 1oz limit is to curb interstate trafficking.

Where else is a tangible good outlawed in the majority of the country?

Feds are going to need to remove its schedule 1 labeling asap or organized crime is going to take advantage.


With legalization, organized crime is going to have to compete with everyone else, and it's already started.  I saw a sign on South Tacoma Way a few weeks back for a "Cannabis Farmers Market."  The future just keeps looking brighter and brighter.
 
2013-01-30 06:21:11 PM

scotchcrotch: adamatari: Perhaps the reason it's getting done is that the Washington law specifically put it in the hands of the liquor control board and not the legislature. Though I am surprised at Colorado, their medical system is supposedly very tightly regulated, so you'd think they could basically use that as a blueprint. Maybe not?

In any case, one of them had better get it right. They'll have to fix the possession limits in a few years (I can go buy barrels of alcohol but you're gonna tell me holding more than an ounce is suddenly a crime?), but otherwise they're on the right track.

Im pretty sure the 1oz limit is to curb interstate trafficking.

Where else is a tangible good outlawed in the majority of the country?

Feds are going to need to remove its schedule 1 labeling asap or organized crime is going to take advantage.


Lulz, they just lost that bite at the apple.
 
2013-01-30 06:26:38 PM
See, you're all down on Fox News, until in their fair and balanced way, the give you news that YOU approve of.
 
2013-01-30 06:33:19 PM

Quazi90: With legalization, organized crime is going to have to compete with everyone else, and it's already started.  I saw a sign on South Tacoma Way a few weeks back for a "Cannabis Farmers Market."  The future just keeps looking brighter and brighter.


Or fuzzier and fuzzier, if you're smoking enough.

/But no fuzz, if you know what I mean.

 
2013-01-30 06:54:08 PM
KNOW YOUR DOPE FIEND. YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND ON IT! You will not be able to see his eyes because of Tea-Shades, but his knuckles will be white from inner tension and his pants will be crusted with semen from constantly jacking off when he can't find a rape victim. He will stagger and babble when questioned. He will not respect your badge. The Dope Fiend fears nothing. He will attack, for no reason, with every weapon at his command -- including yours. BEWARE. Any officer apprehending a suspected marijuana addict should use all necessary force immediately. One stitch in time (on him) will usually save nine on you. Good luck.

--The Chief
 
2013-01-30 08:31:02 PM
Shouldn't this be under the "Spliffy" tag?
 
2013-01-30 09:17:51 PM

Quazi90: With legalization, organized crime is going to have to compete with everyone else, and it's already started.  I saw a sign on South Tacoma Way a few weeks back for a "Cannabis Farmers Market."   The future just keeps looking brighter and brighter.


Gonna wear shades?

/they need an adviser to tell them how to make pot brownies? There's this thing called GOOGLE....
 
2013-01-31 01:25:51 AM

FarkinSneakyBastage: For lawn mowing and general house maintenance, stick with sativa strains. For late night gaming sessions, hit up your indica strains.


sage advise
 
2013-01-31 03:35:04 AM

RazzleDazzle: Citrate1007: maram500: MerelyFoolish: After all of the applicants arrived, the doors were locked and they were checked for outstanding warrants.

The resulting outstanding warrants applied to the attendees as follows:

43% - unpaid traffic violations.
22% - writing bad checks.
15% - failure to appear on earlier marijuana convictions
7% - unpaid child support
5% - credit card fraud
4% - theft of twinkies at convenience stores in the area
3% - dine and dash at Burger King

That left one guy to apply for the job. He lit a cigarette within 50 feet of the front door and was disqualified. The meeting will be re-scheduld in March.

How, exactly, does one dine and dash at a Burger King? Are there suddenly upscale Burger Kings that I don't know about?

Still no valet parking
Does this apply to the conversation?

[krytosvirus.com image 350x262]


Everyone knows that McDonald's drive-thru is really "drive up, pull to the side, and wait." And for your troubles, the fries aren't even hot.

/Eats inside to make sure the fries are burning-hot fresh from the deep fat fryelator
//No, goddamnit the bird is not the word
 
2013-01-31 10:22:49 PM
I've always regretted moving away from Washington State.  Legal weed is just salt in the wound.
 
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