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(ESPN)   San Francisco Giants pay $545,000 in back wages to clubhouse workers for violating minimum wage laws. Or as Tim Lincecum calls $545,000, six innings of work   (espn.go.com) divider line 5
    More: Followup, Tim Lincecum, Giants, San Francisco, minimum wage law, U.S. Department of Labor, basic requirements  
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2013-08-31 09:52:04 AM  
Or as Tim Lincecum calls $545,000, six innings of work a shiat-ton of weed.
 
2013-08-31 10:18:41 AM  

Karma Chameleon: Or as Tim Lincecum calls $545,000, six innings of work a shiat-ton of weed.


Considering it's cheaper than cigarettes now here in Cali, a shiat ton indeed.
 
2013-08-31 03:09:05 PM  
What happened to the Giants bandwagon? Did something happen?
 
2013-08-31 04:50:47 PM  
Or as Barry Zito would call it, two hours of sitting on the bench.
 
2013-09-01 02:53:00 AM  

drewogatory: Karma Chameleon: Or as Tim Lincecum calls $545,000, six innings of work a shiat-ton of weed.

Considering it's cheaper than cigarettes now here in Cali, a shiat ton indeed.


I had to break out the scale and check. Cig weighed 1 gram including filter, so 20 grams per pack. 4.75 per pack is what i pay.
4.75/20=.2375
Approx one quarter per cigarette/gram.
Weed I pay 4.50 to 7.50 per gram depending on indoor/outdoor/strains etc, and thats buying at ounce rates. 100-200 per O.

One ounce of cigarettes would be approx $7.
If I were to buy pre rolled joints my price would be significantly higher too.

Conclusion - Cigarettes are dirt cheap compared to "illegal" drugs.
 
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