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The Weed Thread
Everything sucks a little less.
For once I'd like to be called sir without someone adding "your making a scene".
DENVER — Gov. Bill Ritter is using $9 million from medical marijuana registrations to help the state meet a $60 million fiscal emergency.

The state anticipates ending the year with 150,000 applicants for medical marijuana cards, up from 41,000 in 2009. A marijuana card costs $90 per year.

Backers of medical marijuana legislation in a number of states and cities have touted revenue from possible taxes and other fees as a selling point at a time of tight fiscal funding.
George Michael jailed for eight weeks for drug driving

Sure that will teach him a lesson, whos bringing the coca butter?
Securb Wrote:George Michael jailed for eight weeks for drug driving

Sure that will teach him a lesson, whos bringing the coca butter?

sounds like the beginning of a gay porno to me...... not that i would know shifty
CBS reporter arrested on drug charges

A veteran CBS Radio News correspondent was arrested early Saturday on drug charges after police searched his Northwest Washington home, and found marijuana plants growing in his yard, authorities said.

Police arrested Howard Arenstein and his wife at their home in the 3500 block of T Street and charged them with possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Arenstein is married to Orly Azoulay, Washington correspondent for Yedioth Ahronoth, the largest and most widely read newspaper in Israel.

Police executed a search warrant at the home Saturday after a tip from an area resident, and found 11 fully mature marijuana plants and six two-ounce bags of marijuana inside the home. Each plant is considered by authorities to equal one pound of marijuana. Early Saturday evening, the porch light of the home was on and there was a small pile of mail on the doorstep, but no one answered the door.

According to the CBS news site, Arenstein has supervised coverage and reported on major Washington stories such as the disputed 2000 presidential election, the September 11th hijackings, the war in Iraq and the DC area sniper shootings.

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An Idaho couple is on probation after their four-year-old son ate a Rice Krispie treat laced with marijuana and was hospitalized.

A district court judge sentenced 35-year-old Tony Green and 30-year-old Medina Green each to 150 hours of community service on misdemeanor child injury charges last week.

They each faced a felony after Boise police learned their son had found and ingested the doped treat at their home. The couple pleaded guilty to lesser charges in a deal with prosecutors

Police called to a hospital in August to investigate after the boy was brought in with slurred speech and bloodshot eyes. Tony Green says he got the doped treat from a former co-worker about three years ago and had forgotten about it.
We dont have a Pink Floyd thread so I put this here.

If the commercials on tv were that good I wouldn't skip them with my dvr. Philosopher Gerald Heard was kind of a buzzkill though.

And I don't what this is all about securb but I just laughed a bowl all over the place.
For once I'd like to be called sir without someone adding "your making a scene".
If you are real high dont screw around with this

When you pull it up, there will be a scale bar below the screen. A square is in the middle of the scale. Move it all the way to the left and then slowly move it all the way to the right.
The recent explosion in the distribution of “bath salts,” the designer drug of the moment, apparently is being driven by the unmatched markup prices realized by dealers.

In a sworn affidavit, a Drug Enforcement Administration agent details the whopping return on investment that can be banked by “bath salt” distributors. The affidavit, excerpted here, was filed as part of a court application to search the office of an Ohio man accused of distributing the drug.

According to DEA Agent Stacie Modesitt, the suspect paid $9000 to Kamud Drugs, a Mumbai, India firm, for 10 kilograms of mephedrone, the hallucinogenic stimulant resembling cocaine that is often referred to as “bath salts.” Modesitt noted that the “intended, legitimate use” for mephedrone “is as an ingredient in plant fertilizer.”

After the 10 kilograms was repackaged into “packets” that are often sold at headshops, the 22 pounds of mephedrone would yield a street value of $1.6 million, Modesitt reported. So, the rate of return on a $9000 investment would be a tidy 17,800 percent.

A recent spate of “bath salt” overdoses across the U.S. has prompted several states to ban the substance. Although it has not yet been scheduled as a controlled substance, the DEA has named “bath salts” as a drug of concern. In a statement last week, White House drug czar Gil Kerlikowske called “bath salts” a “serious threat to the health and well-being of young people and anyone who may use them.” He added that, “the marketing and sale of these poisons as ‘bath salts’ is both unacceptable and dangerous.”

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