Because one bat isnt enough. Needless to say I had a great time at the Cannabis Cup last weekend. It was great to see/meet everyone! by 6_dandy_6 http://ift.tt/1xGLFf8

Because one bat isnt enough. Needless to say I had a great time at the Cannabis Cup last weekend. It was great to see/meet everyone! by 6_dandy_6 http://ift.tt/1xGLFf8

Watch out for Disney, they might come after you for copyright. Lolz

Not worried at all man. It’s classified as parody under copyright law. I don’t understand why everyone is so afraid of Disney. It just makes me want to sell twice as many prints.

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Hemp in Colorado: “Hempies” celebrate harvest with fall events
(Cannabist) Ryan Loflin is beginning to see more than the fruits of his physical labor on behalf of hemp…
A year ago at his 1,200-acre Loflin Farms in Springfield, Colo., where the dominant crops are alfalfa and sorghum, roughly 40 volunteers helped the family-run agricultural operation harvest a 60-acre (illegal) hemp crop. Hemp activists and enthusiasts pointed to the event as the country’s first successful outdoor industrial hemp harvest (by someone other than an American Indian) since the 1950s…
Now Loflin and other like-minded Colorado farmers are basking in the glow of state-sanctioned cannabis.
“This year we are completely legal and I was able to certify my seed cultivars” with the Colorado Department of Agriculture, says Loflin. That means that representatives from the state tested Loflin’s plants and confirmed that their tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content is low enough for the crop to be labeled industrial hemp rather than mind-altering marijuana.
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Hemp in Colorado: “Hempies” celebrate harvest with fall events

(Cannabist) Ryan Loflin is beginning to see more than the fruits of his physical labor on behalf of hemp…

A year ago at his 1,200-acre Loflin Farms in Springfield, Colo., where the dominant crops are alfalfa and sorghum, roughly 40 volunteers helped the family-run agricultural operation harvest a 60-acre (illegal) hemp crop. Hemp activists and enthusiasts pointed to the event as the country’s first successful outdoor industrial hemp harvest (by someone other than an American Indian) since the 1950s…

Now Loflin and other like-minded Colorado farmers are basking in the glow of state-sanctioned cannabis.

“This year we are completely legal and I was able to certify my seed cultivars” with the Colorado Department of Agriculture, says Loflin. That means that representatives from the state tested Loflin’s plants and confirmed that their tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content is low enough for the crop to be labeled industrial hemp rather than mind-altering marijuana.

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From yesterday 🙈 by usemeholly http://ift.tt/1vYf67R

From yesterday 🙈 by usemeholly http://ift.tt/1vYf67R

Reporting the fuck out of your Disney shirts to Disney. They'll be glad to sue the fuck out if you.
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Lollygagging pot shop applicants in Washington put on notice
SEATTLE (Cannabist) — Washington state is warning dozens of people who applied to run legal marijuana shops that their chance of getting a license is in jeopardy.
The Liquor Control Board on Wednesday began sending letters to 56 businesses around the state, giving them 60 days to schedule an interview with a licensing inspector.
The board says most of those businesses scored lucky numbers in lotteries conducted in April — putting them in a good position to win a coveted marijuana retail license — but they haven’t moved forward with their applications since then.
Some of the applicants might never have intended to get into the retail pot business, while others failed to find a viable location or financing for their store, said Becky Smith, the board’s marijuana licensing manager.
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Lollygagging pot shop applicants in Washington put on notice

SEATTLE (Cannabist) — Washington state is warning dozens of people who applied to run legal marijuana shops that their chance of getting a license is in jeopardy.

The Liquor Control Board on Wednesday began sending letters to 56 businesses around the state, giving them 60 days to schedule an interview with a licensing inspector.

The board says most of those businesses scored lucky numbers in lotteries conducted in April — putting them in a good position to win a coveted marijuana retail license — but they haven’t moved forward with their applications since then.

Some of the applicants might never have intended to get into the retail pot business, while others failed to find a viable location or financing for their store, said Becky Smith, the board’s marijuana licensing manager.

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