An anti-drug propaganda movie from the 70’s that does its best to convince us its hip. The groovy intro music, mod wallpaper and affinity for white slacks and belts are a definite plus.
Reddit’s community is always ready for a discussion and their discussions are often filled with witty insights, vivid personal experiences, and wonderfully exaggerated fictional accounts. Here’s a brief look at a recent popular story there concerning marijuana in which a user submitted a query to the rest of the community.
As many of my readers know, I like to pull a lot of breaking science news from Eurekalert. One particular article today has drawn my attention, and I’d like to point out to the very disingenuous manner in which it was presented to the lay audience, who may lack the time, educational background, or simply […]
The Marijuana Olympics, where refusing to pass the torch is the norm.
According to this anti-marijuana ad, the only negative attribute of driving while stoned is that the cops can tell. Bravo!
Set to make their debut on 4/20, these Nike SB Skunk Dunks won’t be on the shelves any longer than my last sac was in my pocket. Skateboard shops and Nike vendors around the country are waiting anxiously to get their hands on a these, as are plenty of cannabis-friendly celebrities.
How Weed Won the West, filmed by the makers of American Drug War: The Last White Hope, brings to the forefront the economic impact of legalizing cannabis, showcasing California’s storied history with the “drug” as an example of what we can expect should nationwide cannabis legalization become a reality.
Growing up in Houston in the mid-nineties — and of course blazing a ton of schwag — I’ve rolled and smoked more blunts than the typical marijuana smoker; White Owls, Phillies (Blunts and Titans), Backwoods, Swishers, Optimos and many more.