Anyone who smokes regularly get stomach aches/nausea when they stop smoking for a few days? I've not smoked in a week and the past two days I've gotten super nauseous after dinner.
Well, I dunno about nausea, but when I don't smoke (everyday smoker) my appetite completely disappears. Even in the morning I find it impossible to eat breakfast sometimes without smoking.
yummmy resin bowls today, it's a must with a 2 year old broken glass pipe never cleaned
aaaand Arizona's law may be in jeopardy?
PHOENIX – On Friday, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne will file a federal lawsuit on behalf of the state of Arizona asking for a declaratory judgment on the legality of its new voter-approved medical marijuana initiative.
The lawsuit stems from a letter written by U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke last month. In that letter, Burke warned that growing, distributing and possessing marijuana is against federal law. He also said individuals and businesses engaged in those activities could face federal charges.
"The CSA [Controlled Substances Act] may be vigorously enforced against large marijuana-production facilities," Burke wrote to Will Humble, director of the state Department of Health Services.
"Individuals and organizations – including property owners, landlords, and financiers – that knowingly facilitate the actions of traffickers also should know that compliance with AMMA will not protect them from federal criminal prosecution, asset forfeiture and other civil penalties."
"This compliance with Arizona laws and regulations does not provide a safe harbor, nor immunity from federal prosecution."
It’s that phrase in particular that has Gov. Jan Brewer and Horne concerned.
“You can’t have people subject to two competing sovereignties – the state sovereignty that says it’s OK [and] the federal sovereignty that says it’s not OK, we’ll prosecute it,” Horne said. “In that kind of a situation, you need to go to a federal judge and say, ‘OK, who prevails and what’s going to happen?’”
While Burke said in his letter that growers and sellers could face federal charges, he also said he had no plans to go after “seriously ill individuals who use marijuana as part of a medically recommended treatment regimen and are in clear and unambiguous compliance” with Arizona’s law.
At the time, the Arizona Department of Health said it’s possible -- even probable -- that Burke’s promise to prosecute those who grow and sell marijuana might reduce the number of applications for dispensary licenses.
The application process for potential dispensaries was set to begin on June 1. Now, however, the entire program, which was approved by voters, is on hold while courts decide on its legality.
One of Brewer’s primary concerns is the state employees who are involved in medical marijuana program.
“The state employees are participating in preparing regulations, issuing permits,” Horne explained. “This is true of county and local employees, as well. If it’s found that this whole activity is illegal, then they’re subject to arrest the same as other people participating in the process. You simply can’t have that.”
Proponents of the initiative say the federal government has never sued to keep a state medical marijuana from being implemented, nor has it arrested state employees involved in such a program.
“The Justice Department did a 180-degree turn,” Horne said. Early on a memo stated that cases in which people who were doing things that were legal under state law would not be prosecuted. Those cases would be a given a low priority. Recently, however, U.S. attorneys for several districts, including Arizona, have issued letters stating the opposite.
“We have to listen to what they’re saying because they put people in jeopardy,” Horne said.
According to Horne, some states have halted their medical marijuana programs completely in view of those threats of prosecution.
“We took a neutral position,” he said. “We have not sought to undo the will of the voters, nor have we sought to give implementation to our own views of the merits of the situation. … We’ll let those with an interest in the subject actually do the arguing for one side or the other on the merits of it. We simply think a court has to rule on it.”
It’s not clear how long the program will be delayed.
I haven't been properly medicated for a couple weeks now. I'm trippin' out.
Today was a bad day. Ever heard of 2 bongs getting broken at the same time? Happened here today. I was on my computer while my brother and 2 of our friends were just outside playing hack. The ball landed on the roof so one of them climbed on the window bars to get it. We've got a fan in the windowsill and we had 3 bongs on the dresser in front of said window. Getting down he kicked the fan which proceeds to fall and break 2 of the 3, leaving intact the 1 that wasn't mine or my brothers. We've still got a few to use, but fuck. Those were the best two, no question. Miss mine already. Want to replace it with something new, but I don't have money for that right now.
so the magic flight launch box has been one of my best herb-related purchases.
tell the people if they wanna fly tonight
bun it down and get them high tonight
I haven't smoked in about a week and have discovered I really don't like my job and that other aspects in my life aren't what I want them to be either.
...and the cloud lifts ...
*raises hand* I be baked...
i got a "medication" paraphenalia ticket last night. just bought the bowl at bonnaroo last month, and now it's out of my life forever.
if tripping and smoling sticky is medicated yep I am cr****
Have Another Hit Of Colorado Sunshine
It's been a few weeks since I've burned it. I feel I'm doing pretty good.
Drinking whiskey in hopes I can get the courage to ask a woman to dance
nom nom nom
munching down on a brownie, let's see if this does me some justice.
(recent new friend marijuana conversation while in Greece)
G: "Do you smoke it with tobacco?"
Me: "Either way" (I much prefer straight marijuana, but I was in a foreign country with a foreign host. How else could I politely answer really?)
G: "I like smoking it with tobacco" (proceed to roll a J with a mixture of ganj and tobaccee)
Not sure why people tobacco blend (Moroccans do it with hashish too). I mean, I use to smoke cigs so it's not that big a deal. The ways of the land and different strokes/folks, I guess.
yeah, rationing. Global economy, especially Greece. That could have been it.
But I'm not sure if that is the main reason people do it. The guy did give me a nickel afterward cus I was leaving the next day (brought it to Venice and smoked every night before incredible italian dinners), so it wasn't like he was super thrifty. And the J wasn't a pinner either.
Could be wrong, but I think moreso people like the blend taste and feel than rationing. Dunno. I personally would rather do without than smoke it with tobacco all the time.
i bought this a few weeks ago. it is the greatest pipe ever made.
That is fucking scary.