There are just some things in this world that shouldn’t exist and bacon-flavored paper is one of them. Do yourself a favor and don’t buy these papers, don’t recommend them to friends and don’t even use them on your enemies. Well… maybe your enemies.
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These French made rolling papers come packed with 32 leaves of slow burning goodness. Each leaf is made out of first-class materials; flax – a natural and environmentally friendly luxury fiber, mountain water from the Alps, and natural gum arabic. There isn’t much else to add, everyone knows what Zags deliver and that’s consistent quality.
Unlike Colorado, the initiative in Nevada has gathered a more wide-ranging support, even from conservative organizations. Specifics of the measure allow anyone 21 years or older to possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana for personal use. It would also set up a system of “pot shops” and allow for taxation of products sold, similar to alcohol. The supporters were able to gather 86,000 signatures for placement on the ballot – this shows a significant backing of public opinion.
So, this is a state level initiative, what about the federal laws that still make marijuana illegal? Chuck Muth, the leader of conservative networking organization Citizen Outreach, had this to say:
Bring it on. This country has needed a big fight over federalism for a long time. I’d love to see it here. If the feds came in, you’d start to see a backlash against the drug war and the federal government. The war on drugs is a total failure. It’s time to bring the troops home.
With conservative backing, support from Las Vegas (plus the huge economic boom it would receive) and a little bit of luck – this measure just might have enough fire power to get lawmakers across the country to take notice. The West Coast is pioneering the movement towards legalization and anyone in Nevada should vote on this measure when they get the chance.
The smell is absolutely perfect. If it was bottled and made into an incense, I’d be burning them all day long. Royal Blunts have a good texture, and like Juicy Jay’s, add a thin layer of glue to the end of their blunt leaves. This is tight, because it makes rolling a much easier job.
Wet Mango is heavy hitting on all major blunt criteria except for the taste. There’s barely any flavor added to the smoke – maybe a hint of a hint. Overall, this is one of the best mango blunts on the market and is definitely worth copping at your local headshop.
The marijuana was found in a completely empty house and no arrests have been made. The load was hidden behind a false wall in a secret room. Now, if you go through the trouble of bringing almost a ton of marijuana into the country, rent/buy an empty house, create a false wall and secret room – don’t you think it would make sense to cover up the smell just a little?
I mean, is it surprising that 1 ton of herb is going to stink up the neighborhood? No. Drug dealers always manage to miss one crucial aspect of hiding their stash, and this one has cost them dearly.
[via Arizona Star]
Being relatively expensive papers, you’d think they burn great … right? Wrong. They burn like forest fires driven by the Santa Ana winds, as streaky and unpredictable as it gets. If that’s the price to pay for papers without glue, hook me up with the Elmer’s. I’m gonna get arts and crafts all up on this.
The trials are being funded by a $3.8 million grant that specifically targets the effect of THC and its role in protecting nerve cells. Professor John Zajicek, of the Peninsula Medical School had this to say:
This trial will build on our previous study which, coupled with our work in the laboratory, suggested that THC could have a protective effect on nerves.
Multiple Sclerosis is a very unpredictable disease. Currently there are few medicines which are effective in treating MS and none have been shown to have any effect in the progressive stages of the disease.
The further implications of this trial, if they prove to be effective, will have far reaching implications for anyone with nuerodegenerative conditions. This hits especially close to home for me, as my Godmother has been confined to a wheelchair for over 4 years due to this disease. Anything that improves her (and many others) ability to live a fuller, happier life is something worth looking into.