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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by bro, Sep 16, 2015.
That's way into the "I'm so high it's no longer fun" range
Knew you’d capitulate
Just here to brag that I’ve been married 21 years and talked my wife into trying sativa enhanced gummies. 5mg and she tries to fuck my face. And then is back for more 10 minutes later. I love this stuff. I will now plan an annual trip to CO just to buy a year supply.
How did you get it back from Colorado?
I've flown with carts & gummies in a lot of airports. TSA doesn't care
I wouldn't try to fly with a stupid amount tho. Just flew out of PHX with 6 carts and 15 gummies. Only thing TSA cared about was a wine opener that had a small serrated blade
I always just throw it in the checked bag and hope for the best. So far so good.
I'm assuming no one's this dumb/ballsy, but anybody ever fly with flower?
one thing I wouldn't do, just because of the odor. I'm sure people have tho
I've always put them in carry on since you aren't supposed to check battery anyway. Either way I don't think they care at all
I know of people that have, but I wouldn't
In non-legal states, edibles and cartridges are hard to come by. Flower isn't. Wouldn't make sense. Edibles will last you way longer, so worth hauling it back
I am that dumb. Smell proof jars, checked bags. Never a crazy amount, think the most was a half ounce. That's rare, most of the time I ship it to myself.
I smoke daily and haven't had flower in years. Carts are just more convenient for me
Never flower, always gummies in the carry on.
Last time I was in Seattle, I had bought a cheap glass piece to use while I was there. Was planning to just throw away, but I got to the airport and had a few beers and started thinking eh, they're not gonna check. Left it in my jacket pocket with the plan to go "whoops!" if they noticed, but nothing was said. Smelled to high heaven of pipe resin I'm sure
I’ve flown with flower in a checked bag and always have gummies/carts in my carry on. TSA has way bigger fish to fry than personal amounts of THC. I had a buddy recently come visit from SF and he brought close to $1k worth of gummies, carts, etc. in his checked bag. They don’t care.
I was this way but carts don't do it for me like flower does. Bought a Pax for when I do want to vape/be discreet.
I don't want my kids to know. Plus on daily use I'm not really trying to get high, just a hit or two to slow my mind down so I can sleep. Would like some flower on the rare occasion we have house to ourselves
Get that. I have a ways till mine are aware. I also think/hope things aren’t as taboo for their generation that if they find out pops takes a few hits in the evening it isn’t some wild thing. Everything in moderation. I timed my supply to run out right before my second was born two weeks ago. Not sure when I’ll reup but hooo weee I’ll be on the moon.
I drove. Our last trip to CO was March and we still didn’t feel comfortable flying.
FYI in Illinois the amnesty bins to throw out any weed drugs as you leave the state is past the security check point at Ohare, so security wouldn't even expect you to have ditched your product responsibly by the time you've been checked yet.
It's pretty clear that at this point TSA officially is not in the business of stopping cannabis.
Not gonna matter, but if any texan wants to feel like they've done something:
His wife may or may not own stock in a marijuana company
I was pretty skeptical of delta 8…I was wrong. These gummies (30mg) hit perfect.
Enjoy em while you can
Thought about trying these https://www.ellihoufarms.com/product-page/caviar-d8-moonrocks
Might get some gummies though.
It's annoying that you'll still piss hot for a drug test on a legal substance
first time doing the alcohol thing with delta 8
verdict: buckets of fun
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Joe Cunningham, the former Democrat Rep for Charleston that lost to Nancy Mace, is running for governor. He just announced his support to fully legalize recreational and medicinal use in SC.
Get it done Joe!
We have a bunch of people who live on the coast and a bunch who live in the mountains in SC. Not to stereotype, but this is going to be fairly popular, I think.
I'd say so, but in skimming his Wikipedia page I see some things that won't be:
Not from SC
democrat is the only thing that matters in this context
he'll lose by 20 points
Plus the problem of getting it through House/Senate
Tobias if I were campaigning in SC I would frame it as "you gonna let NC beat us to the punch?" No way is SC ever gonna be ahead of NC (or GA) on anything, but it's absolutely stupid not to. One of those states will legalize and we will watch millions of dollars go over the border like they used to for lottery, tattoos, etc. Then SC will eventually legalize anyway
its interesting tho. normally i would say this is just a fundraising grift like amy mcgrath and jamie harrison. but i am curious how establishment dems like clyburn ignore this campaign because they're so bought and paid for by big pharma
even our insane state govt introduced a medical bill recently. still embarrassing
Ahhh so the Ohio/SC link strengthens….we’re pretty much the last in the Great Lake states to get anything done.
I read in Bloomberg that Schumer intends to introduce legislation by April 20th of next year. Maybe he'll wear a hemp necklace and play some Phish tapes in Congress as he rolls it out too.
It means you can smoke weed there. Crazy!
I wonder how many current or potential marijuana smokers in VA, now that it’s legal, have contemplated the fact that employers can still fire or not hire you for testing positive for marijuana? We just had a guy come in at work yesterday for a work comp injury decline to get treated for it because his employer has a zero-tolerance policy and he didn’t want to fail the drug test over marijuana. He’ll now be taking an unpaid leave of absence and have to pay for any doctor visits he’ll have.
It means they won't "ahem" you if you're packing a bowl in the lobby like my hostel in Amsterdam
So, if you are in federal prison for weed aren't you bordering on the trafficking side of things? I'm not so sure just letting them out (stressing at the federal level) because what they were doing usually involved weapons/violence along with it, or just tax evasion if you want to get anal about it.
I guess that's probably what they mean by resentencing. Just scale back years?
So, like the Bennetts, if Raylen decided to take them down for weed do they stay in?