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Got an interview for a job at a marijuana farm.  All these years of farming may actually pay off for me.

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Got an interview for a job at a marijuana farm.  All these years of farming may actually pay off for me.

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43 minutes ago, drillkicker said:

Got an interview for a job at a marijuana farm.  All these years of farming may actually pay off for me.



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Project Twenty21

March Update

Last month we asked for your stories, and we’re thrilled with the response we received. These provide us with valuable insights and snapshots into the experiences of our patients, both the benefits and the challenges. Thank you so much for submitting these, and we would love to gather more of these stories in the coming months.

Patient quotes of the month

“It has completely transformed my life; going from suffering unbearable daily pain to something completely manageable and it’s given me the confidence to live again.” 


“The best thing to come out of 2020 is Twenty21.”

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2 hours ago, Rubin Farr said:

Good old Amsterdam 


There was a day years ago when my friends and I came up with the idea of milking hits into plastic bags and selling individual "premilks" that way for slightly higher profit margin.  Looks like someone else had the same idea.

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I remember going to my cousins on Monday nights to watch Lost and he'd fill a few of those volcano bags.  They were pretty nifty, except you didn't think you were getting high because there wasn't a bunch of smoke, and then you'd be on the floor.

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18 hours ago, yekker said:

Is that you, Rubin?

i think that's diatoms...

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Fuck biden

Gotta make sure the Royal Diaper Changer doesn't get to relax after a long day's work

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First medical cannabis clinic approved in Scotland



18 hours ago


22nd March 2021


Sarah Sinclair


Scotland’s first medical cannabis clinic has been approved by regulators.

Sapphire Medical Clinic has become the first cannabis clinic to be approved by Scottish regulators in a landmark and potentially “life-changing” moment for patients. 

The award-winning clinic is now authorised to provide safe access to medical cannabis for patients in Scotland after receiving Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS) registration.

The clinic is located in One Allan Park Wellbeing Clinic, Stirling, in the central belt of Scotland and initial appointments will take place from Monday 22 March. 

In 2018 the UK law changed, allowing doctors to prescribe cannabis-based medicines under certain circumstances.

Cannabis-based medicines can be considered for a vast range of conditions including back pain,  arthritis and anxiety, where patients have tried standard treatments with little symptom relief or an unsustainable level  of side effects.  

Sapphire Medical was the first clinic to be granted approval by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to operate in England and currently supports thousands of patients to access treatment.

Since the COVID pandemic Sapphire has been able to provide telemedicine appointments to patients in England and the approval granted today by HIS allows both face-to-face and telemedicine consultations to be offered in Scotland too.  

Susan Beckley, living in Forres, is waiting for an appointment at Sapphire Medical Clinics Scotland as she suffers with multiple sclerosis (MS) and chronic pain. 

Commenting on the announcement, Susan said: “Now Scottish patients like myself can access legal medical cannabis with the peace of mind we are being treated by specialists within a HIS-regulated clinic. This option could be life changing for patients.” 

Andie Connolly-Brown, 41, who lives in Edinburgh and suffers with complex PTSD and anxiety for which she has tried a range of conventional therapies, said: “Having access to medical cannabis is a  lifeline for me.

“Today’s news that Sapphire Medical Clinics are now registered with Healthcare Improvement Scotland is timely, my anxiety in particular has been made worse by the Covid-19 lockdown so safe and affordable access to medical cannabis is welcome.” 

To help reduce cost barriers, the Sapphire Access Scheme offers affordable consultations to patients who enrol in the UK Medical Cannabis Registry, a clinical database set up to collect high quality data on treatment outcomes, side effects and a range of health outcome metrics.  

“We are delighted to be the first clinic to be  registered with HIS, which is a testament to the robust clinical governance framework we have established in evaluating  patients for treatment with medical cannabis,” commented Dr Mikael Sodergren, managing director of Sapphire Medical.

By capturing clinical outcomes through the UK Medical Cannabis Registry,  we will significantly contribute to the evidence base and ultimately allow more patients to benefit from medical cannabis as a treatment option.”

The cost of an initial appointment is £100, with a first follow-up £50 and quarterly check-ups afterwards £45.

Click here to book an appointment




                                                                                      wow, this is awesome news! go scotland:)

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been enjoying a new strain this week, has a pleasant pineapple scent and flavor to it. enhances the gummies I got from the same place.


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right now I´m on weed. I find interesting how my body reacts soooooooo different these time, just chilling out, light but on Earth, unblocking creativity of course, while younger it was more of an hallucinatory trip where everything was distorted and amplified, good.


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3 minutes ago, logakght said:

right now I´m on weed. I find interesting how my body reacts soooooooo different these time, just chilling out, light but on Earth, unblocking creativity of course, while younger it was more of an hallucinatory trip where everything was distorted and amplified, good.


Probably because you're older and more grounded instead of living in your head as much

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5 minutes ago, drillkicker said:

Probably because you're older and more grounded instead of living in your head as much

yep. indeed weed changed me for the good.

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Cannabis is a losers drug..
I like cannabis but I don't like to smoke it and I don't like stoners.. Always talks slow, need to think much, want to borrow money etc

It is always the stoner with baggy pants who is poor as fuck, mostly living with their parents and love to talk about how cannabis is the best gift to the mankind.

Losers 😛

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                                                               this is huge:)


New York Legalizes Recreational Marijuana, Tying Move to Racial Equity

Under the law, 40 percent of tax revenue from cannabis will be steered to minority communities that had disproportionate numbers of marijuana arrests.



BREAKING: New York Legislature Approves Marijuana Legalization


New York State lawmakers today advanced The Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA), which legalizes and regulates an adult-use commercial marijuana market in New York State, and also permits those over the age of 21 to cultivate personal-use quantities of cannabis in their own homes. Governor Andrew Cuomo is expected to sign the bill imminently.

“These votes are historic because they signal the beginning of the end of the racially discriminatory policies that have long made the Empire State the marijuana arrest capital of the United States, if not the world,” stated NORML Executive Director Erik Altieri. “Once enacted, this measure will end the practice of annually arresting tens-of-thousands of New Yorkers for low-level marijuana offenses, the majority of whom are overwhelmingly young, poor, and people of color.”

The Act allows adults to obtain marijuana from state-licensed retailers or grow their own (up to three mature plants at one time). The measure also facilitates the automatic review and expungement of past convictions for offenses made legal under the MRTA. Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers will receive legal relief under this provision. 

Regulators would license commercial producers and sellers of cannabis, as well as issue licenses for delivery services and on-site consumption facilities. Retail sales will be taxed at nine percent, plus up to a four percent local tax, as well as an additional tax based upon THC content. Forty percent of tax revenue will be directed toward communities disproportionately impacted by cannabis prohibition. Provisions in the MRTA seek to award half of all business licenses to social equity applicants.

Law enforcement in New York has historically arrested its citizens for marijuana at astonishing rates. According to a 2020 report published by the American Civil Liberties Union, in 2018, almost 60,000 New Yorkers were arrested for marijuana law violations. Of those arrested, 95 percent of defendants were charged with possession only. Arrests for the possession of marijuana in the state made up over half of all drug arrests in 2018. Three New York counties (Columbia, Greene, Washington) fell within the top 20 in the nation for the most marijuana possession arrests per capita. More recent data, issued weeks ago by The Legal Aid Society, found that in the five boroughs in New York City for the year 2020, Black and Hispanics comprised over 93 percent of those arrested for marijuana violations.



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this is also huge ! smart!

Colorado Temporarily Re-Bans Marijuana For Statewide Tolerance Break


in a recent marijuana-use survey, 78% of state residents mentioned they were considering taking a break anyway, having noticed lately that it took two or three bowls before they even felt anything. “Many Coloradans are now burning through half their stash just to get in the right mindset for the day, and we’re reaching a point at which primo weed is something we merely take for granted rather than something we truly appreciate and enjoy.


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Virginia: Legalization of Adult-use Marijuana Takes Effect July 1, 2021


Following today’s legislative approval of Democratic Governor Ralph Northam’s amendments to Senate Bill 1406 and House Bill 2312, Virginia becomes the first southern state to legalize the possession and use of marijuana by adults.

Last week, Gov. Northam recommended changes to the legislation to permit the personal use provisions of the law to take effect on July 1, 2021 rather than on January 1, 2024 — the enactment date initially approved by lawmakers. Today, a majority of the legislature concurred with that change.

Therefore, beginning July 1, 2021, adults will be permitted to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and to cultivate up to four cannabis plants per household without penalty.

Additional amendments added by Gov. Northam will allow the sealing of records related to crimes involving the misdemeanor possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute. Those records will begin to be sealed starting on July 1, 2021. Separate legislation enacted in 2020 previously sealed records related to misdemeanor marijuana possession. 

Records specific to the simple possession of marijuana and/or misdemeanor possession with intent to distribute records will be automatically expunged no later than 2025. Those with records specific to crimes involving the felony possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute may begin to petition the courts for an expounging of their records in 2025. 

The bill also allows for the resentencing of individuals currently incarcerated for marijuana-related offenses. The measure permits these individuals to have a hearing before the court that originally sentenced them, with legal counsel provided for indigent individuals. However, this portion of the bill must be reenacted in 2022.




                                               It's Awesome to finally see all those who have criminal records for possession of cannabis

                                                                         get their records cleared and dismissed in a quarter of the usa

                                                                                          it was a very different reality only 15 years ago

                                                                         i could hardly say the c word without everyone in the room freaking

                                                                                                     What a Time to witness:)

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