Yikes, this Jimmy Kimmel video is funny. Kimmel sent one of his men to an L.A.-area medical marijuana shop to quiz customers on their way in. Each person was asked two questions — one on current events, another on cannabis culture. The results are hilarious. See the video.
While some might recommend a calming strain of marijuana to deal with the mania surrounding Black Friday, others will be lining up for “doorbuster” deals on that same Colorado pot this weekend. The eager-to-normalize marijuana industry is ready to cash in on the weekend after Thanksgiving — just like everyone else.
“I stopped doing drugs when I was about 20 years old,” Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl told The Sun recently. “But I recently thought, ‘Oh, I’m going to start smoking pot again to cure insomnia.’” Seems reasonable, right? But this is where Grohl’s story takes a bizarre twist.
The potency and overall quality of the physical effects in Poochie Love more than made up for the somewhat lackluster flavor. I’d peg the Poochie Love as a solid daytime choice for the majority of users, as it didn’t come with any undertones of anxiety or other uncomfortable feelings.
Colorado health officials have recommended funding two studies on childhood epilepsy, two studies on post-traumatic stress disorder and four other studies as part of the largest-ever state research program on medical marijuana.
Thanksgiving is traditionally a time when Americans feast themselves silly on turkey and pass out on the couch while watching football, so we’ve upped the ante and created a marijuana menu so sedating that you may not arise from your slumber until it’s time for the Super Bowl.
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