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By "Radical" Russ Belville on May 9, 2012
Yet whether you grow two plants hydroponically under a single 600W lamp in Portland, or you grow 24 plants under massive indoor soil grows with thousands of watts of lights in Eugene, or you grow 96 plants outdoors in the ideal weather of Medford, somehow everybody’s expense reimbursements with no labor costs always tally up to $10 / gram and $200 / ounce. And nobody bothers to check any grower’s power or water bills or garden supply receipts. Weird, huh?
By "Radical" Russ Belville on April 9, 2012
Rich Caporusso, the New Jersey patient suing the state to implement the medical marijuana program passed 28 months ago; Rant: Military Weed vs. Military Speed; music by Hemlock Gorge Boys.
Ninjas rob medical marijuana delivery man, police shocked to discover there are medical marijuana delivery men
By "Radical" Russ Belville on March 26, 2012
So there were these two criminals who dressed up in ninja outfits and ambushed a medical marijuana delivery driver after he made a drop late Friday night. The police lieutenant, Henley, isn’t bothered by the odd description of the criminals. He isn’t perplexed by the appearance of ninjas in West Covina. He’s surprised to discover there are such things as “medical marijuana delivery drivers”.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on March 22, 2012
(Today) Fourteen-year-old Anais Fournier downed two 24-ounce energy drinks on one December day, while hanging out with her friends at the mall. The next day, the Maryland teenager went into cardiac arrest — and just six days later, she was dead.
The official cause of death, according to the teenager’s death certificate, was cardiac arrhythmia due to caffeine toxicity.
Posted in ABNORML NEWS, SCIENCE | Tagged Berkeley Patients Group, caffeine, dispensaries, energy drinks, Five Hour Energy, guarana, Melinda Haag, Monster, overdose, Red Bull, taurine, teens | 1 Response
By "Radical" Russ Belville on March 21, 2012
Dr. Mitch talks about the cannabis vs. late-stage HIV study, cannabis and breastfeeding; Russ debunks scaremongering on per se DUID; music by Collie Buddz
Posted in NORML SHOW LIVE | Tagged breastfeeding, California, Cannabis Science, collie buddz, Connecticut, dispensaries, Dr. Mitch Earleywine, DUID, Irie Wednesday, Legalization, marijuana legalization, NORML SHOW LIVE, Radical Rant, Rhode Island, San Francisco, Texas | Leave a response
By "Radical" Russ Belville on March 14, 2012
The state’s high court recently agreed to accept four cases involving marijuana dispensaries. Two more cases may be on the way, including the appeal of a Feb. 29 ruling in Orange County that said cities can’t ban cannabis stores but that such stores have to grow all of their pot on site – a requirement dispensaries say is impossible to satisfy.
Posted in LITIGATION | Tagged Bill Panzer, California, california supreme court, Dale Gieringer, dispensaries, medical marijuana, NORML Legal Committee, Omar Figueroa, Orange County, Supreme Court | Leave a response
By "Radical" Russ Belville on March 7, 2012
(WestWord) The Englewood Police Department, working in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Revenue’s liquor enforcement division, recently completed a project targeting establishments that serve or sell liquor. Investigators aged eighteen to twenty visited each of the 68 Englewood businesses that fit this description and tried to buy alcohol. If they were asked for an [...]
By "Radical" Russ Belville on February 23, 2012
Dr. Mitch discusses the myth of “zero tolerance DUI would catch someone from secondhand smoke”; Radical Rant: Patients Against Pragmatism Distort I-502 Legalization; music by Rebelution
By "Radical" Russ Belville on February 1, 2012
Dr. Mitch Earleywine reviews Israeli cannabis vs. cancer study; pharmaceutical lobbying threatens marijuana legalization; music by Winstrong & DJ Jacques.
By Cannabis Karri on February 1, 2012
San Francisco’s medical cannabis dispensary program has resumed their licensing and inspecting of marijuana collectives. Department of Public Health officials announced on Monday that the application process is now back on after weeks of being suspended. New applications had stopped being processed in December when a ruling in a state appeals court said that California [...]