Meat in Your Mouth Blog
Medical Marijuana and the dispensaries who claim are not for profit but that City Atty. Tutanich and LA County D.A. Cooley will disagree with. As a former indulger of the Marijuana, I would probably agree and side with the dispensaries IF I hadn’t already had an inside look for myself. Smoke running through the place as if something were on fire. It’s hilarious to see these people try, and try really hard to not look high. When I walk out of these places you best believe I’m walking out with the meanest contact high known to man. I could only imagine the thought process behind these products. I’m not against Medical Marijuana and the people who need it formedical purposes, but I’m not all for it. I’m especially not for having close to 1,100 dispensaries in the city. A poll completed by LA Times showed that 74% of voters were for Medical Marijuana, and only 54% wanted it legalized, regulated and taxed like alcohol. Take the Weed Poll and find out what others think about this.
The Illustrators Journal
While living in New York City, Man Ray was visually influenced by the 1913 Armory Show and galleries of European contemporary works. In 1915, Man Ray had his first solo show of paintings and drawings. Man Ray abandoned conventional painting to involve himself with Dada, a radical anti-art movement. For Man Ray, Dada’s experimentation was no match for the wild and chaotic streets of New York. In 1913, Man Ray met his first wife, the Belgian poet Adon Lacroix, in New York. In July 1921, Man Ray went to live and work in Paris, France. In 1934, surrealist artist Méret Oppenheim, known for her fur-covered teacup, posed nude for Man Ray in a well-known series of photographs depicting her standing next to a printing press. With Lee Miller, his photography assistant and lover, Man Ray reinvented the photographic technique of solarization. In René Clair’s film Entr’acte, Man Ray appeared in a brief scene playing chess with Duchamp. Duchamp, Man Ray, and Francis Picabia were friends and collaborators.
AUTISM AND MARIJUANA – AuTom’s Spectrum
The article said that medical marijuana will now cover Autism and sleep apnea. I am not 100% sure people with Autism should be smoking pot. The two kinds of pot are THC and CBD. THC is the one that stoners use to get high. THC is used for things like anxiety and is used in clinical trials. There are multiple things that can deter doctors from prescribing the drug. Some of the effects of smoking medical marijuana include: Your heart rate increasing by 20 to 100% for up to three hours. It can actually increase the risk of a heart attack in the first hour after using the drug. According to the article, statistically one in 11 users of medicinal marijuana become addicted, and that number increases to ONE IN SIX people who start smoking pot as teenagers. Again, I don’t know if prescribing medical marijuana to people on the Spectrum is a good idea or a really bad one, but there are a lot of variables. I have never smoked pot, but a few of my friends in High School did.
The Recovery Through Wholeness Chalkboard
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court will decide if state law requires Workers’ Compensation Insurance to pay for a millworker’s medical marijuana or if the insurer could be charged as an accessory in a drug deal under federal law. Justices are set to hear arguments in the case Wednesday at the Capital Judicial Center in Augusta, which will be the first time the state’s highest court has considered the question of insurance reimbursement for the cost of medical marijuana. The case pits a former Madawaska mill employee, injured on the job, against the company that administers the mill’s insurance for injured workers. Gaetan Bourgoin, now 58, of Madawaska, in 2015 sought reimbursement for medical marijuana prescribed for pain due to a back injury suffered in 1989 when he was 29 and working at what is now Twin Rivers Paper Co. Bourgoin tried a variety of opioid-based painkillers over the years without relief, according to briefs filed in Portland.
marijuana – Gerbil News Network
WASHINGTON, D.C. For Evan Wolentz, this day in the history of American criminal law was a long time coming. In his view all that changed this morning when it became legal to possess small amounts of marijuana in Washington. Wolentz is one of a number of young men and women who took to the streets here late last night to celebrate the new law only to be surprised when District of Columbia policeman cited them for illegal drug possession and took them into custody. O’Herlihy reads the young man his rights then patiently tries to explain away the confusion that clouds the minds of the assembled suspects as they are loaded into a police van for arraignment at a night session of the District’s Criminal Court. Sergeant Jim Hampy tries to give the potheads a lesson in American government when O’Herlihy fails to get through to them. His remark is greeted with an outburst of laughter, as if he’s just quoted a line from a late-night comic.