1 Ounce Joints Lit in Seattle, Celebrating Washington’s 1-Year Legalization Anniversary
Congratulations to all the greenies out in Washington state celebrating the 1-year anniversary of marijuana legalization! They sure know how to celebrate. Apparently, several 1 ounce joints were lit at a “pot party” in Seattle Center.
4:20 Flick: Vice Presents “Stoned Kids”
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Medical marijuana is legal in 20 states and the District of Columbia, but there are still use cases that are very controversial, like medical marijuana for children. Some claim it’s a wonder drug for epilepsy, severe autism, and even to quell the harsh side effects of chemotherapy, while others decry pumping marijuana into still-growing bodies. We went to the small town of Pendleton, Oregon, where medical marijuana is legal, to visit Mykayla Comstock, an eight-year-old leukemia patient who takes massive amounts of weed to treat her illness. Her family, and many people we met along the way, believe not only in the palliative aspects of the drug, but also in marijuana’s curative effect—that pot can literally shrink tumors. http://dlvr.it/4STpY7 LIKE&REBLOG
Daily Joint: Windmill Joint
New Post From DankXDrank This windmill joint gives you 4 times the hits with those 4 joints. This joint will surely blow you away.
These Are The Groups For The 2014 World Cup
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The U.S.A gets put into another group of death with Ghana. Who is ready? Who is going to take the win? I’m going with Italy. http://dlvr.it/4SRBzd LIKE&REBLOG
Music: Ryshon Jones – Three Kay (Prod. by Thelonious Martin)
New Post From DankXDrank Ryshon Jones links up with Thelonious Martin for a new track that he recorded last night. This will be on his new project Track Fifteen set to drop next year. Consistency is key and Ryshon has always had that. http://dlvr.it/4SQm1g LIKE&REBLOG
Video: Legalized Ladies Trimming Buds With Danielle Kristie Sharp, Shay Maria & Alysha Nett
New Post From DankXDrank Legalized Goods and Kaloopy present a video every stoner male and a lot of you females would enjoy. Take Danielle Kristie Sharp, Shay Maria & Alysha Nett, give them plants to trim and put them in sexy outfits. The views of the buds and babes is spectacular. Take some time to enjoy their video. If you comment on this YouTube video here, you will be entered to win a t-shirt from Compo. Uncut version is below. http://dlvr.it/4SQm0w LIKE&REBLOG
Social Mood Favors Re-Legalization
New Post From DankXDrank Here’s an interesting explanation for why things have been going our way, sort of. It’s the “social mood.” Of course it is.
Euan Wilson is a researcher at the Socionomics Institute, a Gainesville (Ga.) think tank that examines the relationship between the overall mood of society and the gyrations of the financial markets, and he sees a definite correlation between increased marijuana legalization in the U.S. and the pessimistic, post-recession national mood … Socionomics is the study of social mood and its influence over social actions. When a society’s mood is trending positively, people tend to buy stocks, expand businesses, act peacefully, and want happier entertainment. In a negative-mood trend, people tend to sell stocks, shrink their businesses, act belligerently, and go for more somber entertainment. We have found that social mood also regulates society’s tolerance of recreational drugs.
So, that’s good, yes?
Read the original post in full HERE.
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THE SEATTLE SEAHAWKS’ SCARY HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE
It’s a generally accepted concept that NFL teams play better at home than on the road. More often than not it’s true with a few exceptions like the Philadelphia Eagles who are 7-15 straight up since the start of the 2011 season and a downright pitiful 4-17 against the pointspread on their home field. Then there’s the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle not only has the most overwhelming home field advantage in the NFL or even North American professional sports—they very well might have the most formidable home field advantage ever.
To some extent none of this is a surprise. The Seahawks have always been a team that played better at home than on the road. Even during the lean years before Pete Carroll took over the team they were good for a competent effort at home despite having little talent other than quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. This was in marked contrast to their play on the road during this era which was downright embarrassing. The difference between the current vintage Seahawks and their predecessors, however, is that they’re now loaded with talent. They’re tough to face anywhere and borderline unbeatable in the ‘Jet City’.
The genesis of the Seahawks’ home field domination came in 2002 when the franchised moved from the Kingdome outdoors to CenturyLink Field. This served several purposes—most significant among them the fan experience which went from the sedate, almost dreary dampened sound indoors at the dome to a ridiculously loud outdoor venue with the seating built to create the illusion that fans were ‘on top of’ the players. Exposing opponents to the wind and rain typical of Fall and Winter in the Pacific Northwest didn’t hurt either.
So how good are the current Seattle Seahawks at home? No matter how you slice up the metrics the results validate their domination. For example, starting quarterback Russell Wilson has never lost a game at home. Since 2011 the Seahawks are 16-5 against the pointspread at home. There may be some minor variation in this record due to different prices at the various options for betting on sports online and off but the bottom line is that betting on Seattle at home has been a huge moneymaker.
None of this is likely to change any time soon. The Seahawks have a talented young team, a highly competent head coach, supportive ownership and an extremely passionate fanbase. More significantly, the way their team plays emphasizing tough defense makes them a perfect fit for a loud, intimidating stadium that many opponents consider an almost unfair advantage. http://dlvr.it/4S9TQh LIKE&REBLOG
Music: goSemi – 2P Pass ft. Baby G & Duke Sims of Shinobi Ninja (prod. by Epik)
Everyone has that one friend/associate that never has any weed but always comes to the cypher and bogarts the hell out of the blunt/joint. 2P Pass is a song, off my new EP Benefit, that talks about the golden rule of smoking: Puff, Puff, Pass! Play this joint whenever you want to send the message, “Hey, stop hogging the weed and pass that!” Check out the song & the entire Benefit EP below. Let me know what you think in the comments!
Download the Benefit EP here —> bit.ly/DLBenefitEP
In Case Of Over Medication
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Pizza is the savior for over medication of marijuana. http://dlvr.it/4S4Ctm LIKE&REBLOG
Industrial Hemp Growing Coast-to-Coast
The New Jersey Assembly Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee voted 4-1 in favor of Assembly Bill 2415. This legislation would legalize the licensed cultivation of industrial hemp … “The passage of this bill will help pressure the Federal Government to allow farmers to grow industrial hemp, much like nearly all other industrialize counties do, to help our environment and provide another crop for farmers.”
The United States is the only developed nation that fails to cultivate industrial hemp as an economic crop, according to a 2005 Congressional Resource Service (CRS) report.
Original complete post is HERE.
Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and U.S. Reps. John Yarmuth and Thomas Massie want the DEA to specifically address whether growing hemp remains illegal in states like Kentucky that have enacted a framework for licensing and regulating the crop. Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission Chairman Brian Furnish joined in the request.
The federal government has said it will respect laws in other states that have legalized the cultivation and sale of marijuana, and Comer said he believes industrial hemp should be treated the same way.
This complete story can be found HERE.
Oregon should be a national leader in industrial hemp production, which can fuel economic development in rural communities, inspire entrepreneurs and meet rising consumer demand, U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer said Saturday. “I think the stakes are high for Oregon,” Blumenauer told a group of industrial hemp supporters at a forum he organized in Portland Saturday. The Portland Democrat, an outspoken advocate of industrial hemp, said momentum is building for the crop in Oregon and in other states.
This complete original post is HERE.
Past time we re-legalized, don’t you agree?
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Music Video: Three 6 Mafia – Where’s Da Bud
New Post From DankXDrank Three 6 Mafia Da Mafia 6ix has finally released the visuals to one of the classic weed songs, “Where’s Da Bud”. This song has been played for years at smoke sessions, parties and all over the world. It was originally on The 6 Mafia’s Underground Vol. 1. I don’t know about this new Da Mafia 6ix gang though.
Lil Wyte did a similar thing with his My Smoking Song. After the song had been out for years, he finally released a video for it last year on 4/20. You can check that out here. http://dlvr.it/4RpyL1 LIKE&REBLOG
Video: Why You Shouldn’t Sit In A Fox News Audience High
New Post From DankXDrank Comedians Joe Mande and Noah Garfinkel attended the Fox News show Huckabee. Watch as they talk about the dos and don’ts of eating weed and going to Fox News. These guys need their own TV show. More on the story here. http://dlvr.it/4RpJR4 LIKE&REBLOG
4:20 Flick: Best VINES of November
New Post From DankXDrank Sit back, light one and laugh. http://dlvr.it/4RnbZ7 LIKE&REBLOG
Top 25 Places To Smoke Marijuana In The World
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25. North Korea
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