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(Huffington Post)   Nevada, home of legal brothels, gambling, no income tax, no auto emissions tests, 24 hour bars, and loose gun laws, finally adds something fun: Medical marijuana   ( huffingtonpost.com) divider line
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2013-06-15 01:34:59 AM  
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Smashed Hat:  The rest of the state is barren and radioactive.
Much like the hookers in Vegas?
2013-06-14 06:46:12 AM  
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What a Taco Bell in Nevada might look like.
2013-06-14 06:13:06 AM  
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Everyone I have ever met from Nevada has scared the fark out of me.

Do you all have "I killed a man in the desert" anecdotes?
2013-06-14 05:09:53 AM  
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Abacus9: No auto emissions tests? Those are EPA regulated, you can't just opt out.

They stopped doing them in Arizona while I was living there. But that's probably because Arizona became part of Mexico.
2013-06-14 04:52:26 AM  
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HotWingAgenda: AverageAmericanGuy: It's crazy how they've seemingly got all these great liberal policies but the state is still wracked with crushing poverty.

Methinks Nevada is trying wayyyy too hard to attract more residents.  The state looks great on paper, until I realize I would never really want to live there.  It's like a job that advertises amazing fringe benefits in large type font, and then the fine print says you'll be mopping jizz for 2 bucks an hour.

Honestly the worst thing you have to deal with is the excessive dryness.  When it rains here the humidity can be as low as 40%. Plus side is, the statement "but its a dry heat" really does apply.  104 degrees outside (which the Reno hits maybe two weeks out of the year) feels a lot better when it's only 18% humidity.  Just make sure to drink a lot of water.

Really, once you get used to all the perks of the state you have trouble living anywhere else.  Things never close here.  We have no last call, yes, but most of our grocery stores stay open 24/7.  And casinos aren't just for gambling either.  I can get up at 3am and roll into Carson City for breakfast, lunch, or dinner of good quality at a reasonable price.  And now we have medicinal MJ... or more accurately, we won't have to drive to the dispensaries in California to get it.

Don't base your perceptions of Nevada on Vegas.  Vegas is almost its own state.
2013-06-14 04:04:25 AM  
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MurphyMurphy: /good on you NV
//of course, strictly "medical" *wink*wink*

Get farked up for your hyperhidrosis
Which is sweaty palms in case you need a diagnosis
2013-06-14 03:43:17 AM  
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Whoa.  When I was younger slipping over the border into Nevada was seriously dangerous if you were a pothead.  They would vacuum your car and if they found so much as a seed you were in for years of hard time.  Are they turning out the prisons as well?  Is there some sort of compensation program for the oppressed cancer patients?
2013-06-14 02:02:36 AM  
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Why screw up a perfectly good list like that with a reason to fall asleep?

/good on you NV
//of course, strictly "medical" *wink*wink*
2013-06-14 01:49:35 AM  
1 vote:
Can I smoke weed while I gamble?
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