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Posted 11/10/15
Not surprising in the least. Anyone in Colorado seen this yet? What do you all think?

http://www.thecannabist.co/2015/11/10/snoop-dogg-marijuana-leafs-by-snoop/43585/

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Posted 11/10/15
And the award for least surprising celebrity tie-in goes to...
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BlazingRagnarok wrote:

And the award for least surprising celebrity tie-in goes to...


I like how he's standing there like a proud student and his science project at the fair.
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dotsforlife wrote:


BlazingRagnarok wrote:

And the award for least surprising celebrity tie-in goes to...


I like how he's standing there like a proud student and his science project at the fair.


Finally a celebrity endorsing a product they actually use. He's happy that he doesn't have to fake liking it.
Posted 11/10/15
Probably just some slightly above average over priced herb.
Posted 11/10/15

BlazingRagnarok wrote:


dotsforlife wrote:


BlazingRagnarok wrote:

And the award for least surprising celebrity tie-in goes to...


I like how he's standing there like a proud student and his science project at the fair.


Finally a celebrity endorsing a product they actually use. He's happy that he doesn't have to fake liking it.


Beat me to it. :/

Although to be fair, Liam Neeson probably does play Clash of Clans. :/
Posted 11/10/15
He'll be making mad green off that.
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Edit: Underline corrected errors.

I'm a firm believer in A. B. C; Always Buy Colorado. I am a believer in free enterprise and see no problem with his enterprise doing business with a local grower. Means more business, more tourist, more tax revenue for Coloradans.

The issue I do have is the pesticides. Denver is doing a better job of screening marijuana products to ensure that the products are clean of pesticides. Colorado has also enacted a law on labeling edibles that go into effect in 2017.

This also opens the door to other streams of revenue associated with the marijuana business. I've considered the possibility of entering into one of those opportunities.
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macht_gut wrote:

I'm a firm believer in A. B. C; Always Buy Colorado. I am a believer in free enterprise and productt see a problem with his enterprise doing business with a local grower. Means more business, more tourist, more tax revenue for Coloradans.

The issue I do have is the pesticides. Denver is doing a better job of screening marijuana products to ensure that the products are clean of pesticides. Colorado has also enactef a law on labeling edibles that go into effect in 2017.

This also opens the door to other streams of revenue associated with the marijuana business. I've considered the possibility of entering into one of those opportunities.


Didn't know any of that. Thanks.


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Although to be fair, Liam Neeson probably does play Clash of Clans. :/


Lol that's awesome.
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Posted 11/10/15
So illegal drugs are getting celebrity endorsement now?! This is absolutely disgraceful
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Posted 11/10/15

eclair-lumiere wrote:

So legal drugs are getting celebrity endorsement now?! This is absolutely disgraceful


Fixed that for you.


macht_gut wrote:

I'm a firm believer in A. B. C; Always Buy Colorado. I am a believer in free enterprise and productt see a problem with his enterprise doing business with a local grower. Means more business, more tourist, more tax revenue for Coloradans.

The issue I do have is the pesticides. Denver is doing a better job of screening marijuana products to ensure that the products are clean of pesticides. Colorado has also enactef a law on labeling edibles that go into effect in 2017.

This also opens the door to other streams of revenue associated with the marijuana business. I've considered the possibility of entering into one of those opportunities.


I dunno, you guys keep our highway patrol busy with record busts. That's money in our pockets
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VZ68 wrote:

[I dunno, you guys keep our highway patrol busy with record busts. That's money in our pockets :P


Well, the surrounding states particularity Kansas and Nebraska have targeted Coloradans and guest leaving our state. People are told repeatedly that they are not allowed to take it out of state. So if they do, well, benefits other states. Your state should embrace the industry and join.
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Posted 11/10/15

macht_gut wrote:


VZ68 wrote:

[I dunno, you guys keep our highway patrol busy with record busts. That's money in our pockets :P


Well, the surrounding states particularity Kansas and Nebraska have targeted Coloradans and guest leaving our state. People are told repeatedly that they are not allowed to take it out of state. So if they do, well, benefits other states. Your state should embrace the industry and join.


Naw, it's importing from California that's doing it.

You wouldn't believe how many people I see with Colorado plates going 420 blaze it in states that frown on doing that. Even states that allow Medical use frown on that.
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I'm guessing it isn't illegal in the US anymore then. Well it really should be. It makes me completely despair. I seriously hope we never legalise it. But apparently we're no longer going to have Black Friday so perhaps the UK has realised it is a terrible idea to copy the crazy things the US does
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Posted 11/10/15

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I'm guessing it isn't illegal in the US anymore then. Well it really should be. It makes me completely despair. I seriously hope we never legalise it. But apparently we're no longer going to have Black Friday so perhaps the UK has realised it is a terrible idea to copy the crazy things the US does


Depends on the state, but yeah it's legal for medical use in quite a few states, and completely legal at a state level in two.
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