Sunday, July 26, 2009

Video: Ron Paul; The Enlighened One

Great video, Ron Paul knows what he is talking about!

Monday, July 20, 2009

Want To Get High? There's An App For That.

Since the birth of the App Store, Apple, has made some strange decisions on what apps are worthy; finally a marijuana app has broken the barrier.

This new app called Cannabis is a useful tool that can help you find medical marijuana based on your GPS location. The app is based on the site Anjang, here is what they have to say about their app:

Once you have received your medical cannabis recommendation from a qualified physician, you will need to locate an organization that can provide you with medical cannabis. Access the Cannabis application again. Press locate. The nearest medical cannabis collectives, cooperatives or facilities will appear with little green dots on a map of your current or selected location. Get real-time door-to-door directions. Add the locations' details to your iPhone contact list.

If the unfortunate happens, and you find yourself in legal trouble over your medicinal herb, pull out your cannabis application once again. Pin point local attorneys who specialize in marijuana-related offenses.
However this app comes with a $3 price tag.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Harry Potter Pot Bust: Crabbe Pleads Guilty

As I have posted eariler the guy who played Crabbe (Jamie Waylett) in the Harry Potter films was busted with 8 bags in his car and then the raid of house turned up 8 plants.

Waylett was called to court for his hearing on Thursday and was charged with the growing of cannabis plants. He pleaded guilty to all charages.

The hearing was ajourned until the 21th of July.

I will post another update after that hearing.

Waylett faces a maximum sentence of 14 years behind bars for production of a Class-B drug.

Damn Shorty

That is one big fatty

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Friday, July 17, 2009

NY Times Marijuana Scare Story

Now I see a lot of bullshit in mainstream media (cough Fox News cough) but The New York Times published one of the most idiotic articles I have read in a while. The story is a a two page shit show filled to the brim with ignorance. It starts out with the dramatic line "IT was as if she woke up one day and decades of her life had disappeared."; the article goes on to state that marijuana is addictive and a gateway drug. The story cites people's life experiences as the source instead of science. In other words stupid people were looking for something to shift the blame of their problems and instead of holding themselves accountable they rope in pot. The article becomes ridiculous when they start comparing marijuana to cocaine and the article goes over the edge when Smoking pot, she said, “was a slow form of suicide.”

If you want to read this check it out.

And remember "You don't need a weatherman to tell which way the wind blows"

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

New Hampshire's Medical Gets Vetoed

Just as legislation that would have made New Hampshire the 14th state to legalize marijuana use Gov. John Lynch vetoed, citing concerns over distribution and cultivation. Lawmakers had made extensive changes to the bill in hopes of winning over Mr. Lynch, who had been critical from the start.

Just as other Governors, he said the bill still had too many defects.
“I understand and empathize with the advocates for allowing medical marijuana use in New Hampshire, However, the fact remains that marijuana use for any purpose remains illegal under federal law.”
The bill’s sponsor, Representative Evalyn S. Merrick, a Democrat, said she would push for an override.

To override the veto they need to convince two more state senators and maintain the margin of victory in the House in order to receive the 2/3 majorities that would be necessary for a veto override. (The House vote was 232-108, or 68%, and the Senate vote was 14-10). The vote is not expected to take place until September, so they will have plenty of time to regroup and make a fresh pitch to legislators.

Check out NH to find out more info on New Hampshire medical marijuana.

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Harry Potter Pot Bust

The guy who plays Crabbe in the Harry Potter films, Jamie Waylett was charged with growing 10 plants of the sweet herb.

It all started when Crabbe was cruising in his car and was pulled over and the fuzz found 8 bags of Marijuana in his car. The Cops then proceeded to raid his current place of resident (mother's house). According to the authorities the only other things they found with the plants were DJ equipment and a Playstation.

This ruins the rest of the Harry Potter sequels.

His court date is set for later this month.

In cases of a cannabis use-related emergency, call marijuana help lines to help you deal with the situation.

The MPP Goes Commerical

The Marijuana Policy Project is all about educating the masses on a new approach to marijuana. They have recently come out with commercial, featuring an actual marijuana consumer, that is airing on cable and broadcast television in much of California starting today, July 8. This commercial discusses the need to tax and regulate marijuana in the state of California as a means to help ease the budget crisis and bring responsible marijuana consumers into the legal tax base.

Good Luck to the bill and to all the Californians trying to get this thing passed!

KABC in Los Angeles and KGO and KNTV in San Francisco apparently will not air the commercial.
"How can you debate it if they won't air both sides?" wondered Bruce Mirken, a spokesman for the Marijuana Policy Project, which is behind the ad buy that he called "modest but not trivial."

NY Medical Marijuana Update

By request of an emailer we are going to give you an update on the NY Medical Marijuana Situation.

Back in May we told you about the Medical Bill currently going through the NY Senate.

This year started out as a very exciting year for New York's medical marijuana legislation, but until a Senate leadership struggle is resolved compassionate medical marijuana legislation will sadly remain in limbo. For the first time ever, identical medical marijuana bills were introduced in the Assembly and Senate earlier this year, sponsored by Assembly Health Committee Chair Richard Gottfried and Senate Health Committee Chair Tom Duane. With a Democratic majority in place for the first time, Senate bill 4041-A was making steady progress — with 16 co-sponsors and its first committee win. Meanwhile the Assembly bill — which as twice passed the floor — was ready for a floor vote.

Then, on June 8, two Democratic New York City state senators joined 30 Republicans in a vote for a Republican majority leader, Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre). One of the two Democrats has returned to the Democrats, and the Senate is currently deadlocked at 31 votes for each party. The Senate was supposed to adjourn on June 22, but has been meeting in a state of confusion. The Democrats have offered a power-sharing agreement to break the deadlock, but so far there has been no agreement.

Especially in this new climate, it is crucial that the medical marijuana bill enjoy bipartisan support, and that it receive a Senate floor vote. Thus, our champion, Asm. Gottfried, introduced a new amended medical marijuana bill, A. 9016, designed to garner support from senators of both parties. Senate Republicans who are open to allowing medical marijuana have long opposed allowing patients and designated caregivers to grow small amounts of marijuana. The bill would instead allow for safe access by allowing state-registered regulated entities to dispense medical marijuana to qualified patients. A. 9016 passed the Assembly Health Committee, and is awaiting a vote in the Codes Committee and on the floor after the Assembly returns to work later this summer. (source)

Friday, July 03, 2009

Ganja Babe: The Hottest Marijuana Girls

YouTube didn't like my song choices so here is the YouTube Version (Same Pictures Different Music)

Explicit Version:

Thursday, July 02, 2009

Nice Jugs

Click For Hi-Res Image

Hot Girl Hitting Bong

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Donte Stallworth Tests + for Marijuana

Former Eagle (current Brown) wide receiver Donte Stallworth tested positive for pot after he fatally hit a pedestrian on the MacArthur Causeway in March. He also had a high blood alcohol level.

Mr. Stallworth was sentenced to eight years of probation and effectively two years of house arrest, the loss of driving privileges for five years and 1,000 hours of community service.

Here is the 911 call audio