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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-15 14:41:50 Reply

It's hard to find bud during the day... I hate it. All my drug dealers have real jobs. :(


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-15 17:03:24 Reply

At 7/15/10 04:16 PM, HotActionYiffFur wrote: not here, I have multiple contacts to pickup any time of the day. it's fantastic.

Lucky. All my dealers are outta high school and got shit to do during the day all the time, working and what not. High school dealers usually suck anyway, always pinching or having bunk weed. T_T


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-16 12:51:10 Reply

Back from a few days of no internet, so hello. I wanted to share my thoughts on something. I hate people that brag about smoking ONLY dank. I mean, really, dank is fine by me don't get me wrong but I prefer to have MORE weed you know? I'd rather have a quarter of reg than a nickel of dank. I actually like smoking weed, not just the high. Smoking is a bonding thing imo. Just thought I'd share that.

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-16 14:05:42 Reply

At 7/16/10 12:51 PM, darkblackman wrote: Back from a few days of no internet, so hello. I wanted to share my thoughts on something. I hate people that brag about smoking ONLY dank. I mean, really, dank is fine by me don't get me wrong but I prefer to have MORE weed you know? I'd rather have a quarter of reg than a nickel of dank. I actually like smoking weed, not just the high. Smoking is a bonding thing imo. Just thought I'd share that.

A quarter of reg would be better than a nickel of dank definitely. I can't really find bunk weed so to say, it's usually always kush now, can't find anything else really, I'm not complaining... Other people are though. A buncha people charge 15 a g here lately, especially for kush and stuff, and I think that's ridiculous. A gram should never be more than 10 dollars. My older brother told me a few months ago he bought his buds for 20 a g, that's retarded. I told him he was getting ripped right off, he said 'depends how high you wanna get.' I smoked his weed out of his bong with him, and I didn't get that high. It was nothing special and he's getting charged up the ass for it. Oh well though, I get good buds for a good price. I'm happy.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-16 14:52:10 Reply

All apologies for the double post...
Look at this fucking joke, some teen girls magazine is saying marijuana will make you FAT and UGLY!

Article.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-16 20:18:40 Reply

At 7/16/10 12:51 PM, darkblackman wrote: I'd rather have a quarter of reg than a nickel of dank.

Well, considering how biased that is, most people would agree. That's an unfair comparison. But say like, a dub of mids or a g of some good shit, I'd gladly take the gram any day.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-16 23:46:26 Reply

Smoked about 5-6 bowls with my friend and her friend. Took us an hour. Lol. It was fun though. We chilled and caught up for a couple of hours since I moved back. She said she wanted to start smoking with me and we will prolly have weed tomorrow or the next day. It's gonna be a good school year.

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-16 23:55:09 Reply

At 7/16/10 02:52 PM, EpicFail wrote: All apologies for the double post...
Look at this fucking joke, some teen girls magazine is saying marijuana will make you FAT and UGLY!

Article.

That magazine could say that about anything that they don't think is ideal, like:

STEALING makes you fat and ugly
or
VIDEO GAMES makes you fat and ugly

And since it is a drug that school systems won't properly educate people on, those little girls will eat that crap right up.

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-17 16:12:37 Reply

Pretty much my dude, fuck the media, this is why I don't watch TV or pay attention to anything, full of lies and hypocrisy. All bullshit, we're rarely being told the truth imo.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-17 18:45:48 Reply

At 7/16/10 01:08 PM, HotActionYiffFur wrote: I pay for quality, I get quality.

Same here.

I can get a quarter of dank any time of the day. I just call up my guy, wait an hour or so, and I'll have it in my hands.

Sadly, he is going to jail soon soo....

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-17 18:59:00 Reply

At 7/17/10 06:45 PM, Idiocratic wrote: Sadly, he is going to jail soon soo....

Man I know how you feel. It's like the cops are always out to get my dealers.

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-17 19:42:46 Reply

At 7/17/10 06:59 PM, Ship wrote:
At 7/17/10 06:45 PM, Idiocratic wrote: Sadly, he is going to jail soon soo....
Man I know how you feel. It's like the cops are always out to get my dealers.

Yeah, I just got news that Victor, my old dealers, was hauled in yesterday. Fuck, I'm afraid to go out sometimes and shit.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-17 20:12:38 Reply

I have a funny dealer. Hes like a crack head Umpa Lumpa. Hes about 5 foot 1 and 63 years old! All he does all day is walk from one pub to the next in the local town, slowly getting more and more drunk, waiting for people to call him, usually resulting in me waiting for him at the back of some horrible looking dingy place. Five minutes after which he stumbles out looking well inebriated, smiling with his almost toothless grin. "Same time in a couple of days" almost definitely being the last thing said.

He once came out of this pub so drunk that he handed me about £35 (roughly $65) worth of Resin when I asked for £20 of Skunk. Was going to tell him and I do prefer Skunk but I knew that the Resin would last so much longer, so I took it. Also, because he is old, his hearing is going so some time I'll be waiting for him and I'll hear him shout "Becky." I always look at him and think "do I look like a girl to you" bless the little wrinkly bugger.

In my opinion drug dealers are some of the best characters you will meet in your local neighborhood. They always have some little quirk that makes them unique.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-17 20:32:50 Reply

At 7/17/10 07:42 PM, MightyJackHammer wrote: Yeah, I just got news that Victor, my old dealers, was hauled in yesterday. Fuck, I'm afraid to go out sometimes and shit.

This is why you move to CO or CA and get medically licensed! or at least make friends who are.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 02:49:05 Reply

At 7/15/10 02:03 PM, HotActionYiffFur wrote: but other than that it's simply a waste of bud. smoke that shit when you wake up, so much greater.

I find it better to smoke prior to sleeping, allowing the high to last around an hour before I take my sleeping medicine, which also take around an hour to kick in.
I'm not a fan of feeling burnt out all day due to smoking early on.

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 07:12:38 Reply

Getting cheap club shake in bulk is good when you're poor. I'm hoping I can find some employment in Santa Barbara in about a month, never having money is pretty lame.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 12:28:31 Reply

lol

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 14:07:56 Reply

At 7/18/10 07:12 AM, Rabid-Echidna wrote: Getting cheap club shake in bulk is good when you're poor. I'm hoping I can find some employment in Santa Barbara in about a month, never having money is pretty lame.

Line trim is the way to go. My friend got a pound of it from a local grow warehouse (Live in CO where it's medical) for a couple hundred bucks, pulled out an ounce of nugs, made his money back on them and now he's had joints for a month.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 19:17:30 Reply

I felt the inspiration to write this afternoon, and it pertains to some of you, i'm sure. Give it a read, it's all rough draft nonsense, but hopefully you can draw some meaning from it somewhere.

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The Re-emergence of Stoner Culture.

Distant whispers from a forgotten time. The acid wave of the late sixties revolutionized the American consciousness, and although ultimately a failure, it paved the way for a generation of would-be pencil-pushers and stonewalled counter-culturistic moral hand-me-downers to break free of the conformity of their fathers and the pursuit of the bland grayscale vision of the American dream. No more white picket fences, two kids, and a new ford in the driveway. No straight shooters with straight edge hair cuts. A new wave of youth, desperate to achieve something profound just by means of togetherness and love, a singular consciousness to overcome the throws of evil and unjust war. The sixties were the spawn of creativity and the death of so much more, the Kennedy's, the American political system, and other namely casualties still being mourned by those crippled by the memories, coincidentally now crippled by old age.

And here, half a century later, that same overwhelming funk swells like a rain cloud over the horizon, another generation of misunderstoods once again unable to hear their own voice in empty rooms. Stoner culture is back, and it's everywhere.

Long before I ever took my first puff of dro, I had already found myself with my feet wet, knee-deep, neck-high, up-to-my-eyeballs and in way over my head with the pro-drug left in all aspects of entertainment and lifestyle. As I type, the clock ticks 4:21; what many feel as the best minute of the day. A time that years ago held no more significance to me than any other moment the second hand of the clock struck 12. My first foray into this phenomenon was in my early teen years, quite possibly around the age of 13, when my musical tastes drifted towards the "bizarre". The Gorillaz, Queens of the Stone Age, Tool; all bands tied in very strongly with stoners and mind-expansion enthusiasts, although I truly had no idea and no intention of partaking in drug use. "You listen to stoner music Jarrett." my brother Kyle told me flat out, insisting that his tastes for Justin Timberlake and other radio fodder of the time were superior and "normal". I always knew I was a bit odd in that sense, and as the years progressed I seemed to embrace this idea to an entirely new level in all forms of media, entertainment, and even political values.

"Weeds". I started watching that show somewhere in it's first season, as I was lucky enough to have satellite at the time. Weeds seemed to spark a turning point in the counter-culture of casual drug-users; propelling the unpopular and quite often persecuted "losers" to the actual endearing eye and spotlight of the hip. It wasn't just one television show, but really a series of massively successful endeavors by completely unrelated artists and creative minds. If I had to trace back this movement to one particular moment I would argue that the release of Dr Dre's "The Chronic 2001" as a major contributor to the "smoke weed everyday" attitude that has absorbed the mass confused and alienated youth in to one collective conscious, much in the same way that Jefferson Starship could be thanked for fueling the LSD wave forty years prior.

Never in my confused and horrifying years of teenage adulthood did I figure myself in to this whole equation. Never would I possibly be able to imagine being IN FAVOR of recreational drug use. Perhaps I simply became a product of my environment, a true blue liberal-socialist hippie buying in to the vain hope that human nature is inherently good to the core. But at least I feel like i've found an identity, and that identity is one I am truly positive to be my own. Now in the wake of this new decade, stoner's dominate the popular entertainment industry. Seth Rogan, Kid Cudi, Wale, Michael Phelps.. Christ, even the President of the United States admitted that he "..-inhaled, because that was the entire point". Where just over ten years prior there were whispers of impeachment from a man who half-heartedly admitted to smoking pot, but insisted he "never, ever inhaled". Even people who would never join "the circle" and take a puff when the joint was passed are avid supporters of those who have and do.

How many times do you need to post a music video on facebook with massive drug overtones by Lupe Fiasco, Mos Def, Nas or whomever without actually busting up a nug? Is it hypocrisy to love music with a message you don't even support?

But where do we go from here? Are we simply just a product of the stereotypical image of college students? Our parents weren't part of the movement in the sixties, rather, just on the cusp. And the "Generation X'er's of the mid-seventies to eighties who were supposed to revolutionize the world have failed to live up to the hype of their heavily intoxicated procreators; six or seven years out of their last acid trip. The world is undoubtedly in disarray, seemingly teetering over the edge of a major cataclysm. The environment, the threat of nuclear war, and other apocalyptic scenarios seem to loom heavier than they ever have in the past; although those same clouds have been on the horizon since the movement all began somewhere and sometime in California a half a century ago. Perhaps it's just my own paranoia, but I feel our generation needs to achieve that profound conclusion that sat poised on the tongues and minds, (quite literally, if you catch my non-so-subtle acid reference) of that failed revolution lost somewhere in between Jack Kennedy's skull fragments and Richard Nixon's inaugural "celebratory" riot. The risk has never been higher, and the odds have never been more stacked against us.

The world we will inherit in the next ten years will never be the same, and with all of this in mind, I search for a bic lighter frantically.

Hopefully somebody knows what the fuck I'm saying

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 19:55:44 Reply

I have like 3 fat bowls left from the this Nug I got the other day. IT's some pretty bomb indoor. Some Bubba Kush.

Smoked a bowl and am really relaxed now

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 22:18:01 Reply

Guys, add me on msn if any of you guys want to chat;

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-18 22:55:39 Reply

At 7/16/10 02:52 PM, EpicFail wrote: All apologies for the double post...
Look at this fucking joke, some teen girls magazine is saying marijuana will make you FAT and UGLY!

Article.

I got that mag for a couple years. Complete garbage, all of it. I am not surprised.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-19 05:22:54 Reply

At 7/18/10 07:17 PM, Canas wrote:
Hopefully somebody knows what the fuck I'm saying

Southern California looks like some progressive weed paradise at a passing glace, but I don't know how things are going to go in November. The Fox News shut-ins appeared in droves to peddle their bullshit on Proposition 8, you just never hear from them until it comes time to vote. Any time not spent chanting in the streets for the next major legislative event is spent stewing away in their own hatred and stupidity, and they managed to push the balance in the wrong direction last time as well.

Even if the legalization bill passes, it's just going to bring the country closer to a civil war that's been brewing since the election. The entire concept of the United States looks like an elaborate social experiment to see if a few coastal states could share a government with the third-world primitives that lie between them and make it work. You can't expect to reason with people that believe they're going to be carried into the sky on white horses to spend eternity in Heaven once they initiate The Rapture. Anything that doesn't fit into a well defined "core morality" is grounds to accuse the figurehead of stealing the country. They can't even name a reason they're against weed in the first place, they just know that it's bad based on hearsay and regressive instinct. They don't operate on thought, so there's no shot at education or reversion of principles. If we manage to outnumber them and win, the next few years are at least going to be interesting if nothing else. The federal law isn't going to change due to the whims of a single state, so maybe we'll see DEA agents busting in through the windows of Rite-Aid and hauling the staff out in handcuffs. The cigarette and alcohol industries sure as fuck don't want a major third contender in the intoxication business, so they're sure as hell going to use all their money and influence to crush it.

I'll continue being as unsuspecting as I can be. I'm technically a criminal since my medical card has been expired for a while, but hopefully that will soon be irrelevant. Maybe I'll even get a job as a farmer up in Santa Barbara.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-19 21:51:39 Reply

20$ can go far =)

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-19 21:56:59 Reply

At 7/19/10 09:51 PM, yodd wrote: 20$ can go far =)

Have a nice trip. :D


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-20 00:05:32 Reply

Furthermore, smoke weed and listen to this song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGtN2u72F KY


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-20 07:59:07 Reply

Apparently from what I've been told, there is a possibility a farm for medicinal marijuana to be grown may be established in my town.
If this is the case, it would at least insure my friend has a steady job.
Of course the majority of right-wing folk that inhabit my neighborhood will probably protest. And if such a dreadful thing actually becomes part of my township, they'd no doubt frequently attempt to vandalize such a place to ensure the safety of today's youth.

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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-20 23:08:46 Reply

At 7/18/10 07:17 PM, Canas wrote: Hopefully somebody knows what the fuck I'm saying

Well in my eyes the drug movement symbolizes the struggle of the individual to create an identity free of that given by society, yet at the same time represents the outcast seeking a niche of his own, which is inherently indicitave of the ills of society.

Honestly, drugs are a catalyst, not a solution. I once argued that drugs can free your mind, but I now know that only a mind seeking freedom in the first place will find such an end. All too often I see otherwise talented and capable individuals succumb to habitual abuse of drugs. Maybe it's the escape, maybe it's just the high.

This is not to say, however, that I think drugs are deprimental to our consciousness, in fact quite the contrary. Really, it's one's approach to them that dictates their outcome. If one like myself, who seeks introspection and new ideas while maintaining that a drug experience is only just that, seeks such things that one is liable, although not guaranteed, to find it.

However people who do it just to get high all day because it's easier than being fully present, people who find themselves thrust into it by peers, and people who play with the wrong substances all too often get lost in the miasma.

Ultimately, I think that if we educated people on drugs instead of using misinformation and scare tactics, not only would we be bereft of most of the problems with drug abuse we face today, but I believe we would be further along in our search for the truth behind consciousness. After all, what better way to view oneself and one's world than from a new standpoint?

But, back to the reality of the impact of drug use in our (western) culture. I will refer again to the search for individual identity. Society tends to impose upon its constituents what is best for itself, and not the single unit of man. We live in a world where our government officials, behind a curtain of deceit and secrecy, proliferate addictive drugs like crack-cocaine and meth, while persecuting those who are caught up in the trap, all in the effort to stamp out the freedoms and identities of those who would disagree with a state-oriented existence. All the while we have underground chemists producing for us psychedelics and other drugs like LSD, DMT, MDMA and the like at great risk. Sure, most are just in it for profit, but some aspire to provide for their fellow man an experience that can help liberate him from the social dogma he is so inundated with.

At the end of the day what matters is not who got high, or how high, or with what, but what they actually DO in the world. The one-in-five (in my experience) of the people who choose to thusly expand their minds, consciousnesses and spirits who feel the drive to better their world are one of our greatest hopes for overcoming the totalitarian imposition of a greed- and ego-based society.

Nothing will change the current order except for mass action, and nothing will spurn that on aside from mass enlightenment. Throughout history peoples have revolted after being pushed so far, but all that's ever come of it is a regression back into the easy complacence of a provided life. I would mark a BIG difference between change brought about of rage, and change brought about of love (even if it's only two sides of the same coin). Rage is vindictive, self-serving. Love is selfless, pure, and once FULLY realized, self-sustaining.

Most people just want to be told what to do and what to believe, because it's easier to deal with than self-determination. The consequences can be put off on someone else, even moreso when it's someTHING else like a faceless conglomeration of assumed and abstract authority such as our current governments. However, this is not human nature, it is human conditioning.

Are drugs the savior of this world? No, absolutely not. At the end of the day, again, human ACTION, not human EXPERIENCE, is the direct cause of everything we experience. However, human experience IS the catalyst of action and as such I believe WHOLE HEARTEDLY that altered states of mind, and not even altered states so much as new ideas ARE an engine of good in our future.

Where it goes, nobody knows, but as long as we sit idly by, it will NEVER be satisfactory.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-21 04:21:14 Reply

Shit, I am still awake and its like 4 something in the fucking morning.


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Response to The Stoner's Club 2010-07-21 05:42:38 Reply

Some good and heavy responses I would like to in turn respond to myself, yet this is not the appropriate time. I just wanted to say that i've read them both and I appreciate the thought and approve of the content.

It's 3:39 AM in my Canada and just another late nate. My sleeping patterns have hit perhaps the worst rut of my life. The past few days have looked like the following; 9:00 AM in bed, 5:00 AM, 5:30 AM, etc. Needless to say it effects the following day completely. It's the equivalent of going crazy and watching yourself do it.

There are a lot of powerful drugs in this world. None, I think, are more powerful than sleep deprivation.