I'm high on marijuana RIGHT NOW!!

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  • Cliffy6745Cliffy6745 Posts: 23,261
    Yep
  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 17,645
    Thank goodness nature for it.
  • EnkiduEnkidu So CalPosts: 2,880
    It's funny, I'm sitting in my home office with the door open and I just got a huge whiff of smoke. I'm home alone and my next door neighbor is a Mormon. Hunh. Somebody's getting high and it isn't me.
  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 17,645
    Haha. Get on that!

    Our hallway reeks, I'm sure. Don't know if having a mezuzah on the door jamb makes any of our neighbors think it's NOT us causing it. Doubt it :bee:
  • hauntingfamiliarhauntingfamiliar Wilmington, NCPosts: 6,267
    "Get HIGH, hit the floor before you go"
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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 17,645
    Very nicely shining on here.

    Hope you and the chadwick are well.
  • RogueStonerRogueStoner Basking in the warmth of sunny AZPosts: 730
    edited September 2016
    hedonist said:

    Very nicely shining on here.

    Hope you and the chadwick are well.

    So glad I found this right now. One of my faves. Helped soothe my pain a bit. :hug:
    And yes, I'm high, but not enough.
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 19,584
    With the fires going in California this time of year I'm guessing every one in the state has at least some traces of THC in their blood stream.

    Is that legal? :tongue:
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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 17,645

    hedonist said:

    Very nicely shining on here.

    Hope you and the chadwick are well.

    So glad I found this right now. One of my faves. Helped soothe my pain a bit. :hug:
    And yes, I'm high, but not enough.
    Glad you found it too, RS. Whatever it takes :)

    B, as Bill Hicks said, "Not only do I think marijuana should be legalized… I think it should be mandatory."

    (though maybe not for everyone)
  • HorosHoros Posts: 4,065
    So awesome being able to just hit the corner store.

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    #FHP
  • Wma31394Wma31394 Posts: 2,858
    Horos said:

    So awesome being able to just hit the corner store.

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    Looks tasty
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  • Dr. DelightDr. Delight Posts: 10,362
    I'm high on life, bros.
  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 21,861
    I know a guy who went to costco today, all stoned up but lost his buzz.....he did eat a bunch of free samples, tho.
    If I had known then what I know now...

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  • Amongst the AniAmongst the Ani @WobbiePosts: 7,388
    Wobbie said:

    I know a guy who went to costco today, all stoned up but lost his buzz.....he did eat a bunch of free samples, tho.

    I would like to meet that guy.
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  • CROJAM95CROJAM95 Posts: 5,414
    Horos said:

    So awesome being able to just hit the corner store.

    image

    Denver & Seattle X2 in the last few years was so much fun. The Variety is insane

    My guy here in NY is spot on 90% of the time, every so often you get some harsh low grade shit. Buying it like your in a farmers market brought a tear to my eye

    God Bless America....and NY what the fuck are we waiting for??

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  • cutzcutz Posts: 6,279
    CROJAM95 said:

    Horos said:

    So awesome being able to just hit the corner store.

    image

    Denver & Seattle X2 in the last few years was so much fun. The Variety is insane

    My guy here in NY is spot on 90% of the time, every so often you get some harsh low grade shit. Buying it like your in a farmers market brought a tear to my eye

    God Bless America....and NY what the fuck are we waiting for??

    What is NY waiting for? I want to know what the WHOLE Country is waiting for?

    I really thought about this in the 80's, when i said it would be legalized in the next 20 years. I guess we'll need another 20 years for that to happen? Maybe?
  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 17,645
    Just saw my first pro Prop. 64 TV ad here (legalization).

    I'm for it but some of the tie-ins concern me.

    Need to dig into that before sending in my ballot...but for now? Yeah, :bee: -ing =)
  • Amongst the AniAmongst the Ani @WobbiePosts: 7,388
    AZ is running messed up anti legalization ads showing some fucked up statistics from Colorado. Don't show me stats from one neighborhood and then imply without actually saying that is the situation in the whole state.
    Fuckus rules all
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  • whispering handswhispering hands Under your skinPosts: 13,527
    edited October 2016
    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!
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  • RogueStonerRogueStoner Basking in the warmth of sunny AZPosts: 730

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
  • jeffbrjeffbr SeattlePosts: 5,361

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
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  • whispering handswhispering hands Under your skinPosts: 13,527
    jeffbr said:

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
    It sure which ones you have heard, but the first I saw here was jn
    August or Sept. of 2014. Right after it was legalized in Denver, four kids from out of state rented a motel room, and went and bought Wdibles, and one kid ate like a whole cookie or more, and freaked out, fell over the railing and died from the head injury. They were saying it was the first RMJ related death. Not sure if any alcohol was involved.
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  • whispering handswhispering hands Under your skinPosts: 13,527
    You mentioned the kid I was referring tp
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  • jeffbr said:

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
    THC overdose. Usually from dabbing. ERs are seeing much more of this in Colorado.
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  • cutzcutz Posts: 6,279

    jeffbr said:

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
    THC overdose. Usually from dabbing. ERs are seeing much more of this in Colorado.
    Pardon my lack of knowledge, but what is dabbing?
  • Wma31394Wma31394 Posts: 2,858
    edited October 2016

    jeffbr said:

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
    THC overdose. Usually from dabbing. ERs are seeing much more of this in Colorado.
    I'm all for the traditional leaf method...but edibles is a slightly different story. I can see how someone could loose their mind from eating too much. It's a very fine line..you need to find that proper dosage amount and stick with it..im not sure edibles should be sold.
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  • whispering handswhispering hands Under your skinPosts: 13,527
    edited October 2016
    cutz said:

    jeffbr said:

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
    THC overdose. Usually from dabbing. ERs are seeing much more of this in Colorado.
    Pardon my lack of knowledge, but what is dabbing?
    Dabs is a concentration that goes 10 steps beyond the proces of making Hash. ( which is just the THC Chrystal's, called Tricombs,crushed into a thick substance). Dabs are the crushed Tricombs,rolled and heated to create a thick oily substance( that is nearly pure THC.)

    Dabbing is smoking that stuff through a vaporizer pen, or on top of your pot.
    Post edited by whispering hands on
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  • whispering handswhispering hands Under your skinPosts: 13,527
    Wma31394 said:

    jeffbr said:

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
    THC overdose. Usually from dabbing. ERs are seeing much more of this in Colorado.
    I'm all for the traditional leaf method...but edibles is a slightly different story. I can see how someone could loose their mind from eating too much. It's a very fine line..you need to find that proper dosage amount and stick with it..im not sure edibles should be sold.
    I almost agree with the edibles, and that Dabs should be cut out too. Except, edibles are great for those who need nausea control or pain relief but don't wish to smoke. It's just that idiots are prone to idiocy, thus ruining it for everyone. And Dabs.. that is what they use IN the edibles.. it shouldn't be sold pure, is my honest opinion.
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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 17,645

    Wma31394 said:

    jeffbr said:

    Hey. In the beginning we had some quarks. But really, they've got that all worked out. ( and yes we are the first state to have a RMJ related death) Colorado got that together really quickly, and now two years later we are seeing that money put to good use; fixing our streets, our waterways, and going back into monies towards tourism.


    And yes it really is nice to just hit up the corner store!

    You guys had a RMJ related death? How did that happen?
    Of course intoxication is the issue, not specifically RMJ. There have been a few deaths in CO that they've (mostly opponents) tried to associate with pot, but there were other factors. One idiot college kid got jumped from his hotel balcony and the coroner listed "marijuana intoxication" as a factor. One woman was shot by her husband who was hallucinating after eating edibles and taking prescription drugs. Another dude shot himself and his parents blamed it on edibles. Pot may have enabled these imbalanced people to do these things (and prescription drugs, other drugs and/or alcohol would likely have produced the same results), but certainly didn't cause it.

    Is there a case in CO I haven't heard of where RMJ itself was specifically causal? I haven't heard of one.
    THC overdose. Usually from dabbing. ERs are seeing much more of this in Colorado.
    I'm all for the traditional leaf method...but edibles is a slightly different story. I can see how someone could loose their mind from eating too much. It's a very fine line..you need to find that proper dosage amount and stick with it..im not sure edibles should be sold.
    I almost agree with the edibles, and that Dabs should be cut out too. Except, edibles are great for those who need nausea control or pain relief but don't wish to smoke. It's just that idiots are prone to idiocy, thus ruining it for everyone. And Dabs.. that is what they use IN the edibles.. it shouldn't be sold pure, is my honest opinion.
    Ain't that the truth! And not just weed-related either.

    Edibles are tough for me to gauge, and I typically use them for strong pain or needing to sleep.

    I much prefer the flower or oil for their more-immediate effects, not to mention the ritual itself.

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