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July 28, 2017


California has too much pot

(Thanks to funny man)


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Waste not, want not, dude!

I can attest to the fact of too much pot being available on my block.

Send it to Oregon for the eclipse parties.



California dudes, you're harshing our mellow.

Tommy Chong to the rescue!

Just 1/2 a mile from where I am visiting in Palm Springs, I can see dozens of warehouse sized greenhouses now under construction. Empty land that was previously selling for $200,000 per acre is now going for $3.5 million, to Hollywood "pot syndicates" who want "High" profits. For instance, Snoop Dogg has started his own brand now, and it will sell for $35 more *per ounce* than any other brand on the market. At those prices, how much is too much?

I bet some state 'legislator' will propose a law REQUIRING people to smoke (or consume) 8 times more pot.

And here Nevada is complaining about running low. What happened to all the entrepreneurs?

Pedro: Man, what is in this shit, man?

Man Stoner: Mostly Maui Waui man, but it's got some Labrador in it.

Pedro: What's Labrador?

Man Stoner: It's dog shit.

Pedro: What?

Man Stoner: Yeah, my dog ate my stash, man.

Pedro: Yeah?

Man Stoner: I had it on the table and the little motherfucker ate it, man. Then I had to follow him around with a little baggie for three days, man, before I got it back. Really blew the dog's mind, ya know?

Pedro: You mean we're smokin' dog shit, man?

Man Stoner: Gets ya high, don't it?

[Song, "Rockin' Robin" plays... ]

Man Stoner: I think it's even better than before, you know?

Pedro: Uhhh, I wonder what Great Dane tastes like, man.

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