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Clear_Dome

Vaporhead
Glass Blower
wow dude !! I must have like whole gram in my t-shirt right now LOLLL !? I fint it total INSANE thar people still react like this in 2008 ....crazy man crazy .....0.003g wtf ...
 

Herbalist

Well-Known Member
I fint it total INSANE thar people still react like this in 2008 ....crazy man crazy .....0.003g wtf ...
I agree... WTF!?

I lead a life where for as long as I remember everyone I know get's high or is cool with it.
It comes as a shock to me when I realize that people are still indoctrinated to think that it's a killer drug.

Here's an interesting twist in the Dutch coffee shop smoking ban.

A victory for vaporizers.
 
Herbalist,

max

Out to lunch
Herbalist said:
I fint it total INSANE thar people still react like this in 2008 ....crazy man crazy .....0.003g wtf ...
Here's an interesting twist in the Dutch coffee shop smoking ban.

A victory for vaporizers.
I'll pass on the Volcano, but how much is that chick that's holding it? :brow:

How did they even find a scale that would weigh a particle that size? :rolleyes:

Ya gotta watch out when you're in a foreign country. The laws can be ridiculous. They passed a law in Singapore in '92 against chewing gum.
"The penalty for smuggling gum into the country is one year in jail, and a 10,000 Singapore dollar ($5,500) fine."
 
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Clear_Dome

Vaporhead
Glass Blower
I was'nt able the read the whole page .....just stick my eyes the pix :brow: maybe she come with the volcano ....what is probably the only reason to get one :lol: ....just kidding ;)
 
Clear_Dome,

marcuss

above the clouds
the best news here in the popeland is that all the rastafarian can carry with them more weed than others people because they need it for meditation!!! :o .....italian judges are very very high :ko: ...or mabye rastafarians!

yes...you know....i'm a long time rastafarian.....without dreads :brow:

take a look!

http://www.antiproibizionisti.it/
 
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max

Out to lunch
marcuss said:
the best news here in the popeland is that all the rastafarian can carry with them more weed than others people because they need it for meditation!!! :o .....italian judges are very very high :ko: ...or mabye rastafarians!

yes...you know....i'm a long time rastafarian.....without dreads :brow:

take a look!

http://www.antiproibizionisti.it/
If your Italian isn't up to par- http://translate.google.com/transla...proibizionisti&hl=en&rlz=1T4GZHY_enUS245US246

I think 10 grams a day goes way beyond meditation and into obliteration. :ko:
 
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Clear_Dome

Vaporhead
Glass Blower
sound good marcuss (The Italiafarian ;) ) such I 'm a Quebecofarian LOL damn ol good religion ;)
 
Clear_Dome,

Herbalist

Well-Known Member
Damn good news, marcuss. Another blow against Babylon.

Here's another snippet of cannabis news...

Dog misses planted drugs in Japan, customs embarrassed

Japanese customs officials apologised Monday for putting cannabis in an unsuspecting passenger's luggage but no one has come forward yet to accept the apology or to return the drugs.

Full Story

I've gotta start travelling more :p
 
Herbalist,

marcuss

above the clouds
yes i know....it is better to smile than cry....but seriously we have a big problem with this draconian goverment...we aren't the only prehistoric country but i'm planning to escape as soon as possible!
 
marcuss,

max

Out to lunch
Bad news from down under. :(

Australia: Grow Lights Now Illegal in South Australia
from Drug War Chronicle, Issue #544, 7/25/08


The state government of South Australia has made the possession of lights, reflectors, and associated equipment that can be used for growing marijuana a criminal offense punishable by up to two years in prison. Also included in the list of proscribed horticultural items are carbon filters, evaporators, heating tools, stirrers, funnels, and flasks. Under the new statute, people caught in possession of such items will have to prove they have a legitimate reason for having them or face criminal penalties.


The move is the latest effort by the state government to crack down on marijuana cultivation there. It also reflects the peculiar Australian obsession with "hydroponic" marijuana, which in the land Down Under is widely considered to be somehow different and more dangerous than marijuana grown by other means.

"These are the tools of the lucrative but deadly drug trade," said state Attorney General Michael Atkinson in remarks reported by Adelaide Now. "They're used in sophisticated set-ups and two-bit backyard operations alike.
This government will prosecute anyone who has these illegal drug-making devices -- unless they can give a good explanation."

Atkinson scoffed at the notion anyone would be using such equipment for anything other than growing pot. "With the amount of hydroponic equipment being sold, you would think South Australia was the hydroponic tomato capital of Australia," he said. "Alas, we do not produce as many hydroponic tomatoes as hydroponic cannabis."

Atkinson said banning such equipment was the best way to attack the drug trade, which he characterized as dominated by biker gangs. "It's no secret that those who have these items aren't planning to bake biscuits for the Girl Guides," he said. The move will "make a big dent" against pot growing, he promised.

http://stopthedrugwar.org/chronicle/544/south_australia_outlaws_marijuana_grow_lights
 
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vtac

vapor junkie
Staff member
Two years in prison for possessing lights. Dangerous indeed.

:disgust:

I thought the vast majority of mj down under was grown under natural sunlight. :huh:
 
vtac,

vtac

vapor junkie
Staff member
Attorney General Michael Atkinson's next move: blocking out the sun a la Mr. Burns.

What a moron. :lol:

Wikipedia said:
He is a strong supporter of internet-censorship,[1] and is solely responsible for maintaining Australia's status as the only developed democracy without an "Adults Only" rating for video games, with the consequence that games with content unsuitable for children are also banned for use by adults. [2][3] despite overwhelming demand for such a rating. [4] Other related consequences include the sale of what are rated "Adult Only" games in other countries to minors and repeated inconsistent decisions from the OFLC who are "stuck between a rock and a hard place". [5]
Ban everything!
 
vtac,

max

Out to lunch
We elected a moron too. :/

"And they have no disregard for human life." --George W. Bush, on the brutality of Afghan fighters, Washington, D.C., July 15, 2008 :rolleyes:
"Amigo! Amigo!" --George W. Bush, calling out to Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in Spanish at the G-8 Summit, Rusutsu, Japan, July 10, 2008 :lmao:

"Goodbye from the world's biggest polluter." --George W. Bush, in parting words to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy at his final G-8 Summit, punching the air and grinning widely as the two leaders looked on in shock, Rusutsu, Japan, July 10, 2008 :o

"I remember meeting a mother of a child who was abducted by the North Koreans right here in the Oval Office." --George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., June 26, 2008 :disgust:

"Your eminence, you're looking good." --George W. Bush to Pope Benedict XVI, using the title for Catholic cardinals, rather than addressing him as "your holiness," Rome, June 13, 2008 :doh:

"There's no question this is a major human disaster that requires a strong response from the Chinese government, which is what they're providing, but it also responds a compassionate response from nations to whom -- that have got the blessings, good blessings of life, and that's us." --George W. Bush, on relief efforts after a Chinese earthquake, Washington, D.C., June 6, 2008 :huh:

And those are just a sample of his brilliance since June of this year. :rolleyes:

And to stay on topic, Bush pretty much admitted his mj use.

"I wouldn't answer the marijuana questions. You know why? Because I don't want some little kid doing what I tried," Bush said.

Since Bush has never acknowledged using drugs, the international media played up the marijuana angle.

The BBC emphasized Bush's discretion in addressing the subject, saying "Bush hints he tried marijuana." So did Aljazeera: "Tapes hint Bush smoked marijuana." Swissinfo, a news site in Geneva, asked "Did Bush smoke pot?"

In Australia, the Sydney Morning Herald focused on Bush's reasoning for not talking about the issue publicly. Bush worried young people would copy his cannabis use, the paper said.

From South America to the Middle East to Asia, other news sites concluded that Bush's statements amounted to a confession.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A48042-2005Feb23.html
 
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vaporcloud

lurking kiwi
Australia has always been tough on MJ smokers. Banning grow lights etc is mad ... excessive. I'd hate to see New Zealand become like that. We don't seem to take our (law making) lead as much from US unlike Australia. Here in NZ we tend to follow the UK a little more in our law making direction.
 
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Cannabudz

apprentice shaman
http://www.squidoo.com/healing-hemp-oil

this is news to me( i think iv'e known it all along anyway)

A serious contender for curing cancer, and other sickness
Faith may be a part of it, but this is one serious substance,
i'm sure glad i found the above link,makes it official 4 me
 
Cannabudz,

Cannabudz

apprentice shaman
Authority excells @ the soft sell, my Fave "Encourage" people(Dopes) to stop taking "Drugs"

Short&Sweet :whip:
 
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