Cannabis Comedy Club: 5 Strains to Make You Grin! – Medical Marijuana News
There is a Cold Room for cold climate cannabis strains; their Autobarn is full of fast, powerful autos; they have a Power Station filled with very high THC strains; and many more. Best enjoyed with a few friends and your favorite comedy boxset, these strains will have you grinning from ear to ear in no time at all! I have put together a list of my favorite selections, great strains that are almost guaranteed to produce an evening of fun and laughter I hope you enjoy them as much as I am going to! First, you’ll savor the musky, earthy, peaty aromas so loved by Kush-heads the world over. If there’s any Barney’s Farm cannabis strain whose name speaks for itself, this is the one. Toke this badass and you’re at risk of losing your mind with laughter! What’s more, with a quick growth cycle and seriously good yields to boot, this is an all-round excellent plant and one of the giggliest giggly marijuana strains on the planet. Reserva Privada’s titillating Tangie strain is our favorite! There’s so much to love about Tangie-its awe-inspiring citrus scent, its mouthwatering orange-juice flavor, its gorgeous, frosted appearance. This is a plant that’ll take you straight to cannabis heaven. These brilliant choices are just the tip of a vast, brilliantly-curated iceberg of amazing cannabis strains. Visit the GYO Seedbank Comedy Club and turn that frown upside down.
Alan Moore interview in Mustard comedy mag
14,800 words ~. Originally published in Mustard #04. Part I: Comedy in comic books Alan Moore sinks into a chair behind the coffee table in his home, an unassuming terraced house in Northampton. Then Jim got bought out by DC. There’s a brilliant book that I’d advise you to get called Men Of Tomorrow by Gerard Jones. Working on The Book Of Magic has been mine and Steve’s only magical practice for some years. If you think of our lives as a book, a narrative, when you finish the last page of the book, ‘The End’, and close it, the book doesn’t self-destruct. Immediately after we last spoke, I decided it was insane to work on the cover of what was going to be a 35-chapter book, so I’d better stop. I’m really glad that I did, because a cover for what the book was going to be about then wouldn’t have been appropriate to what the book has developed into. Part VII: Moore on Moore Alan’s thoughts on some of his classic works. I’m proud of the work me and the artists did on all the books, but the fact that I don’t have the moral right to declare myself owner of the work rankles to such a point that it’s quite painful to think about. As far as I know it’s the first time anyone’s attempted a book like that. Part VIII: Steve Moore &The Moon and Serpent Book of Magic I just wanted to say I was very sad to hear about Steve Moore passing.
At Denver’s Smokin 94.1FM, marijuana is on the air
In May, Paskin moved to Denver, bought a radio station for $875,000 and christened it Smokin 94.1, declaring it the state’s only pot-themed FM station. Marc Paskin bought a radio station in Colorado and converted it to a marijuana-themed format. In May, he moved to Denver, bought a radio station for $875,000 and christened it Smokin 94.1, declaring it the state’s only pot-themed FM station. In addition to classic rock and music to get stoned by, the station plays marijuana-laced comedy bits. In starting a cannabis-themed FM radio station, Mr. Paskin is trying to succeed with a largely unexplored model. Attracting advertisers would be a challenge, he said, since anyone from a dental office to a Walmart might decide to stick with a safer option – like a top-40 station that plays Taylor Swift songs. At least two other stations in Colorado experimented briefly with marijuana-centric formats, but quickly left the air. The station’s website displays similar imagery. Scott Greene, a former president of a cannabis legalization and advocacy group called Mile High Norml, said the station’s lazy-stoner vibe promotes an outdated notion of the state’s marijuana users, who include mothers, high-level executives and even children on medical treatment. Mr. Greene said he took particular offense to the station’s cartoon stoner.
The Top Pot TV Shows For Bud Smokers
In more recent years, the bar has been raised as to what constitutes a good TV show. This list contains not only TV shows that features reefer in its plot lines, but all are also immensely enjoyable, whether that means laughing your ass off or gasping your ass off. Out of the three main characters on this show, all three of them smoke regularly. The show includes dealing, growing, smuggling, eating, and of course smoking, in every way imaginable. A hybrid of both a reality show and game show, Kenny vs. Spenny is about two friends who live together, and compete in one on one competitions. About once per episode he makes a weed joke, or makes an off-handed comment about getting high after the show with his guests, so I always make it a point to light a blunt during his opening monologue. Sketch comedy shows are some of the best to watch baked, and this one at times seems like it was made for stoners. Out of all the TV shows I have previously mentioned, this is the only one where you won’t be laughing. What makes me love this show is that when characters smoke herb, they don’t make a big deal out of it or draw attention to the fact that they are. For the record, I didn’t include Entourage, Family Guy, or South Park just because I figured everyone has already seen those shows and I wanted to include some that maybe you haven’t heard of before.