Skip to comments.Everything you need to know about legal marijuana in Washington [State]
Posted on 07/07/2014 9:35:59 PM PDT by steve86
This is maybe somewhat misnamed, but does have an interesting collection of slideshows with commentary.
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Seattle-PI Pot Blog
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Some stores will open tomorrow; will be interesting to see how this pans out. Maybe some day if I can find a real predictable, manageable Indica strain I will try it.
This seems like some leftist plot to dumb down and drug up the American populace making them easier to manipulate.
That said, I don’t see it any less more dangerous or destructive than alcohol and banning that didn’t work either.
I think as far as lefties, though, it might make them too apathetic to get out and vote (or even to fill in the mail-in ballot here in WA State).
Putting the state seal of approval on pot is slapping parents in the face who wanted to teach their kids not to use drugs.
That is retarded, but we are talking about other peoples kids.
What is ‘retarded’?
Being okay with children poisoning their bodies, some lesson they’ll learn. Can they bring home their lovers for a little orgy too?
No, I am not OK with anyone poisoning their bodies (a role for which alcohol is much better suited), but regarding legal and prudent usage, did I not say "when they grow up"?
Who is 'retarded' here?
lol. I totally missed that. I blame my bad eyesight and my habit of reading too fast (with bad eyesight)
Denver Relief is considered a medium-size grower, and it is based in a 13,000-square-foot (1,200 sq m) warehouse, where 2,000 pot plants require 62,000 watts of power and 2,000 gallons (7,570 liters) of filtered water each day.
I have yet to meet a pothead who wasn’t a liberal know-it-all.
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