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Legal Marijuana Is The Fastest Growing Industry In The United States

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This past weekend I was in Aspen, Colorado for the Winter X-Games.

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Bro Gets High For His First Time And Turns Into A Blissful Potato

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There's a lot of debate over whether or not you actually get high the first time you smoke weed, but one thing's for certain: smoke pot often enough and you'll get high eventually.

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Seattle Weed Grower Has New Strain Named After Marshawn Lynch

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People in the Seattle area have had access to a strain of marijuana named after Marshawn Lynch for the past year.

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These Four 20-Something Bros Are Making $40,000 A Day Growing Legal Marijuana On Their Weed Farm

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Getty Image It's a brave new world, one where marijuana prohibition laws are slowly being chiseled away and legit, legal business opportunities involving marijuana are emerging.

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BBC Journalist Gets REALLY High While Reporting Next To A Pile OF Smoldering Drugs

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The best thing about this video of BBC journalist Quentin Sommerville reporting from a smoldering pile of drugs is that it reminds me of a scene straight out of my favorite Simpsons episode of all time, where Chief Wiggum throws a bunch of hair clippings on a pile of burning marijuana.

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12 Food Items You Can Smoke Marijuana Out Of

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Every stoner on the planet has carved an apple into a bowl to smoke out of.

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Teenagers Are Smoking Less Weed Than They Were 10 Years Ago, Despite Legalization

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With marijuana legalization via public referendum Colorado, Washington, and Oregon, it seems like weed is more popular than ever before.

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Stoner Bros: Here’s The Difference Between Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica

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What's the difference between cannabis sativa and cannabis indica.

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Exclusive: Waka Flocka Likes To Listen To ‘Country Music And Shit’ When He Smokes Marijuana

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Back in September, Waka Flocka Flame took to social media and announced that he was hiring a salaried person to roll his blunts for a $50,000 a year.


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