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Week in Weed: Rapper B-Real gets philosophical and 14 other fun photos

This week we have California rapper/pot shop owner B-Real making an interesting observation. Things are flower heavy this week — spring has sprung with buds aplenty. Plus, there is a pretty decent glass piece tucked into our list this go-round. Enjoy!

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April 14, 2015

1. B-Real keeping it 100. (Friendly reminder on Colorado law, smoking in vehicles is a no-no.)

Courtesy of @stonerflix … Sometimes it's true .. Lol

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2. Hot fire.

3. My kind of club.

4. “Sunlit Skunk.”

Sunlit Skunk #1 #cannabis #marijuana #Spliffin #Cannagen #melfrank #hempxxx #hightimes #laurenlikes2flyy

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5. Big buds.

"There is no lasting hope in violence, only temporary relief from hopelessness." – Kingman Brewster, Jr.

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6. Smoke strong.

7. Simple beginnings.

8. Llama humor.

Don't forget to #alpaca the #munchies

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9. Purps never get old, do they?

10. Some macro magnificence.

11. Crazy hungry, maybe.

Here's you something to laugh about. Marijuana leads to homosexuality … and therefore to AIDS. Carlton Turner, White House Drug Czar C, 1986 Marihuana is “a more dangerous drug than heroin or cocaine.” Authority for this statement is United States Commissioner of Narcotics H. J. Anslinger… the drug is adhering to its Old World traditions of murder, assault, rape, physical demoralization, and mental breakdown.” Scientific American – May 1938 Marihuana produces a wide variety of symptoms in the user, including hilarity, swooning, and sexual excitement … it often makes the smoker vicious, with a desire to fight and kill."Scientific American – March 1936 The weed acts as a powerful aphrodisiac and renders users capable of various acts of violence; a California man decapitated his best friend while under the violent spell of the smoke, and a Florida youngster put the ax to his mother and father.” Newsweek Magazine – Aug. 14, 1937 The onset of physical degeneration caused by continued smoking of hemp appears to be long delayed. Several years may pass before deterioration becomes obvious. One hashish addict, admittedly an unusual case, lived for 20 years in spite of excessive use of the drug. Eventually, however, he died insane. The American Scholar (Phi Beta Kappa Society) Winter 1938/39 HIGH SCHOOL, youngsters who turn to banditry for thrills, girls who leap from skyscraper windows, striplings who chop their parents to death . . . .The list of holdups, sex crimes, murders and suicides by marijuana addicts could be multiplied indefinitely. THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY – June 29, 1938 In the past we have had officers of this department shot and killed by marihuana addicts and we have traced the act of murder directly to the influence of marihuana, with no other motive. We have found from long experience and dealing with this type of criminal that marihuana is probably the most dangerous of all our narcotic drugs. J.F. Taylor, Chief of Detectives L.A.P.D – Fraternal Order of Police Journal – Jan. 1933 #bi48 #prop48 #yeson48 #legalizeMS #TeamLegalize #JoinTheMovement #CannabisCures #helpMSfarmers #teamtres

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12. This stands up under scrutiny.

Getting up close and personal with some Super Silver Haze on a beautiful spring day.

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13. “High”-top.

14. Frosty buds.

15. And … I’m out!

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