..or perhaps we should try a morally and financially responsible solution like legalizing the clearly safer alternative that people are going to seek regardless of what a federal government says? hm?
…and for what? just to induce a market for hustlers to supply with with a dangerous substance while taking advantage of a federal commitment to non-sense?
..while people are apparently dying in order to avoid the risk of legal issues dealing with the safer alternative.
but i guess politics and bullshit take precedence over everything, including people’s lives.
yerp. sounds about right. la la la la
how mainstream society has rejected stoners and hippies when they more or less started the computing revolution (steve jobs, silicon valley) and have had some of the greatest impacts on modern society through their forward thinking ideas. fuck, many great advances throughout history were developed by users.
users are not lazy, they are innovative and can envision beyond what’s currently present. it’s so obvious and yet so many people are unaware of this simple fact.
also power needs to be taken out of the hands of generally low-brow piggies who have no business in interfering with other people’s non-violent, unassuming habits while benefitting from harassing users. sure most people might not be fit (read: responsible, mature) to be smoking while maintaining a high level of productivity, but that’s there decision to make.
a hit of this shit called amber ice. it took me like 4 tries to get out of my buddy’s street cuz i kept misdirecting myself on the way to get out
smoking on the good stuff in my windowless bathroom this morning. but then i realized it was actually nighttime. baked.
i ever just start spazzing out, it’s only because i haven’t smoked my meds yet
study till test at 1,
class from 230 till 5.
workout from 515 till 615
EAT AND CHILLLLLLLLLLLLLL
Study for test wednesday
not even waken baken today
At last, the field of genomics has something to offer Cheech and Chong. DNA sequencing hit a new high last night with the midnight release of the Cannabis sativa genome. The raw sequence was posted on Amazon’s EC2 public cloud computing service by a young company called Medicinal Genomics, which aims to explore the genomes of therapeutic plants. And in case you’re wondering: the DNA was extracted and prepped for sequencing in a laboratory in Amsterdam.
McKernan says he was turned on to the idea of sequencing cannabis by a 2003 publication in Nature Reviews Cancer about the many potential uses – including fighting cancer – of cannabinoids. C. sativa makes about sixty of the compounds. Although THC has gotten the most attention, McKernan hopes his company’s data will help scientists explore a few of the others, and perhaps guide plant breeding programs to generate new Cannabis strains.