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High Without The Smoke

Category: News | Posted on Tue, November, 9th 2010 by THCFinder

A Colorado soda company has developed a brand new line of sodas that have an unusual ingredient yes that’s right you guessed it, its marijuana. The brand is called “Dixie Elixir” and they have made their drinks available to anyone with a prescription for medical marijuana and of course who doesn’t enjoy the smoke.


The “Dixie Elixir” drinks come in a variety of different flavors ranging from pink lemonade, root beer and grape. But if the company really wants to get their drinks into the hands of marijuana lovers, they may want to start concocting a pizza and nachos flavor. But marijuana is only legal to consume in 14 states with a prescription from a doctor. So, unless you are one of the approximately half a million people who is a medical marijuana patient, this pot-infused soda won't do you much good.

 

 

It's an open secret that you can smoke marijuana and still be a valuable part of society. But when you think of smoking weed, you're more likely to think of Cheech and Chong than the people running the United States government Even though at least two U.S. presidents have admitted smoking it. The drink makers say part of the reason they developed their line of mary-jane drinks was to remove that "reefer madness" stigma associated with marijuana smokers.


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Weed Takes Root

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, November, 9th 2010 by THCFinder

This is not your usual run of the mill university, the name of this higher learning place is called Oaksterdam University and it takes its name from a bastardization of Oakland, where the university began, and pot-friendly Amsterdam. The whole idea to this magnificent learning center is to teach its students to learn how to grow and take care of marijuana plants so that they can spread the gift of pot to all.

 

 

 

Here in the pictures above you will see some of the most healthy marijuana plants ever growing in the indoor gardens and you will also see the founder of the whole operation Mr. Richard Lee who is tending to the indoor marijuana plants at the Oaksterdam University. Just remember this is not your average university and not anyone can join as you may well be aware, this is strictly a place of higher learning where people and learn the benefits that the wonderful plant has to offer medical wise and more.


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Charlie Sheen's Porn Star is a Stoner too.

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, November, 8th 2010 by THCFinder

Capri Anderson became infamous for her part in Charlie Sheen's New York City cocaine meltdown recently. Now RadarOnline.comfinds the porn star and onetime Sheen escort was arrested as a 15-year-old high school student with drug paraphernalia and up to 20 grams of marijuana.

 

She was arrested in April of 2003 being only 15 when she was first caught smoking the green goodness. We can only imagine the fun it must be to smoke a few joints with this beauty! I'm sure her passion for Cannabis is still strong with this one.

 

 

(Source: Popeater.com)


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Marijuana Possession only an infraction soon!

Category: Legalization | Posted on Mon, November, 8th 2010 by THCFinder

Next year under California state law, possession of under one ounce of Marijuana is nothing more than simple ticket. The maximum cost for possession of under one ounce will be a fine of $100 with no criminal record or arrest required. 

 

Under the law passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor, SB1449, possession of less than an ounce will no longer be a misdemeanor or go on a person's criminal record. Instead, it will be an infraction, similar to a speeding ticket. That has some people wondering whether the infraction will go on a person's driving record and affect insurance rates.


(Source: Sfgate.com)


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San Diego-Tijuana Drug Tunnel 30 Ton Marijuana Bust

Category: News | Posted on Mon, November, 8th 2010 by THCFinder

Federal authorities in San Diego and their Mexican Partners have seized and confiscated nearly 30 tons of marijuana from an underground tunnel system that connects between warehouses from Mexico to San Diego. U.S. authorities claim that this is one of the largest pot busts in US history. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director John Morton said the bricks of marijuana were packaged for distribution and would have been worth roughly $20 million if sold on the streets of San Diego.

 

The Drug Enforcement Administration said the 12 hour operation started Tuesday night when U.S. authorities watching a warehouse followed a tractor trailer as it left the building. ICE agents called in the California Highway Patrol, whose officers stopped the rig near Temecula, California, about 60 miles away. Authorities said they had found 10 tons of marijuana inside the tractor-trailer. The driver, a U.S. citizen and the passenger his Mexican wife, were arrested and will be arraigned in San Diego on Thursday.

 

 

Authorities quickly obtained a federal search warrant to enter the warehouse, where they discovered 10 to 15 more tons of marijuana. They also found the opening to the tunnel system that was being used to run the drugs over the border. The length of the tunnel ran the length of six football fields under the border and ended at a warehouse in Mexico. The tunnel had lighting, ventilation and a rail system which has led authorities to believe that this is in fact one of the most organized smuggling systems they have come across in some time.


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5 Million Facebook Petition For Obama To Legalize Weed

Category: Politics | Posted on Mon, November, 8th 2010 by THCFinder

Facebook groupgoing by the name of “Normal” organized by the US campaigning organization is aiming to get 5 million members to put pressure on Obama to legalize marijuana. They say that OBAMA was originally for the decriminalization of marijuana but after talking to his advisers he changed his position, one can only think that he was in some sense pressured to change his views and standings.

 

 

We just hope that Obama will stand for what he first said and that the freedom of speech is in some sense still there. They suggest that President Obama should instead take the advice of ex President Jimmy Carter; Jimmy Carter stated that "Penalties against possession of a drug should not be more damaging to an individual than the use of the drug itself." This quote is right in some sense; penalties for possession should not be for harder than penalties for use or distribution.


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