This is going to be fun... the far right, the family values crowd, the god fearing christian americans will love this... they've not had anything to loose their bowels in public over like this since Terri Schiavo.....
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No war either.
This is going to be fun... the far right, the family values crowd, the god fearing christian americans will love this...
they've not had anything to loose their bowels in public over like this since Terri Schiavo.....
I just read about an NFL player who is facing felony possession of 1.5 ounces of pot. Being a felony, I assume he is facing very serious time if convicted.
This is so absurd. What happened to freedom!
who do you think will declare war while high and geting a blow job h2o man?
Of course I'm sure you'd know nothing of either so take my word these are not conditions conducive to starting any trouble.
DETROIT, Nov. 29 (UPI) -- A 24-year-old aspiring businessman says he's teaching
Michigan residents how to grow medical marijuana at his new "Med Grow Cannabis College."
Nick Tennant founded his school this year after an auto-detailing business he started after high school failed, The New York Times reported Sunday.
"This state needs jobs, and we think medical marijuana can stimulate the state economy with hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars," Tennant told the newspaper from his bare-bones classroom in a Detroit suburb.
The six-week, $485 program includes lectures on the science of growing marijuana, the only required reading being "Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower's Bible," by Jorge Cervantes.
The business of growing medical marijuana is legal under Michigan's new law, in which patients whose doctors certify their medical need for marijuana can grow up to 12 plants themselves or name a "caregiver" to grow the plants and sell them the product.
Tennant's students, a diverse group, include Sue Maxwell, who cares for an 85-year-old ailing woman.
"I don't know if she'd have any interest in medical marijuana," Maxwell said, "but I bet it would help her."