Why Nobody Wants to Eat Salad When They’re Stoned

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THC is produced by the marijuana plant as “a self-defense against herbivores who might feel disorientated after eating the plant and avoid it in the future.” Anyway, here’s A Scientific Explanation of How Marijuana Causes the Munchies

Crime Took A Bite Out of Him

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An actor who played McGruff the Crime Dog was sentenced to 16 years in prison after pleading guilty to the possession of 1,000 pot plants, a grenade launcher as well as 26 other weapons, and 9,000 rounds of ammunition.

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Pyrex Crackpipes for Just 25 Cents

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Vancouver, Canada, home of the crackpipe vending machine

The #1 Sweater to Wear While Taking Drugs That Make Touching Things Awesome

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Norse Projects Sigfred collage

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Printables

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Weed Bowl 48 and other mind-altering Super Bowl XLVIII stories by Steve Busfield

Legalized marijuana, Adderall suspensions and head concussions are the stories that the NFL would rather not talk about in its biggest week of the year

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Our weekly comic by Andrew Jeffrey Wright / @ajw4ever

For those of you in need of Valentine’s Day cards, Andrew just made some.

A Bicycle Trip

What Albert Hofmann’s first lsd trip technically could have been like.

via, openculture

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Eagle Scout. Idealist. Drug Trafficker? by David Segal

Ross Ulbricht is accused of being the mastermind of Silk Road, the world’s largest and most notorious black market for drugs.

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The ever-evolving snow business.

Catering to the Client’s Needs

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From ‘Bikini Cruises’ and blow jobs to binge drinking and casual snorting, the sales team for 19 Action News in Cleveland, Ohio do whatever it takes to close the deal.

Betelnut Beauties

A photo series by Magda Biernat about Taiwan’s scantily-clad hustlers and the glass boxes they work out of.

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Doomed Love at the Taco Stand by Hunter S. Thompson

TIME asked HUNTER S. THOMPSON, a former copyboy here who went on to an even more exciting career as a gonzo journalist, to report from the set of the movie being made of his 1971 book, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, in which Johnny Depp plays Thompson and the author appears in a cameo role. Thompson, who this year published a volume of collected letters called The Proud Highway, ended up taking Depp’s car and checkbook on a romantic adventure. Fasten your seat belts…

Blunt Mentality

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The 1 Percent NYC Subway Grinder Card

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A Mission Gone Wrong by Matthias Schwartz

Overseas, the U.S. approach to drugs still looks a lot like war. The D.E.A., assisted by the U.S. military, acts as an international police force, coordinating with foreign militaries through a network of offshore bases. Operation Anvil, like many of its predecessors, combined the legal framework of a police action with the hardware and the rhetoric of war. Honduras is often referred to as “downrange”; drug traffickers are “the enemy”; the Mosquito Coast is a “battlespace.” What is remarkable is how many times the U.S. has tried such militarized counter-narcotics programs and how long it has been apparent how little they amount to.

Discarded Drug Baggies from the Streets of South London

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Collected by photographer Dan Giannopoulos

“For the past year, I have collected discarded drug bags from the streets of South London in order to map public drug consumption in the capital. These bags are not only interesting pieces of miniature street art that most people will pay little to no attention to but they also carry the uneasy trace of an illicit activity. The pinpoints of dependency, of criminal transactions, of ways of life that are often well hidden. They are unseen events made visible.

These are a small selection of the near 150 bags I have mapped so far. My family are disgusted with me.”

via, HYB

The Aspen Wall Posters

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A collaboration between Hunter S. Thompson and Thomas W. Benton in 1970-1971. The two-sided posters were used for Thompson’s campaign run for Sheriff of Piktin County, Colorado in 1970, and featured art by Benton and writing by Thompson outlining his platform.

If Hunter S. Thompson had been elected, changes would’ve included:

  • Legalization of drugs on a recreational basis (although profiteering dealers would be prosecuted harshly.) Thompson did make a concession on the drugs issue – he promised that if elected, he would not eat mescaline whilst on duty.
  • “Rip up all city streets with jackhammers and sod the streets at once.”
  • Change the name Aspen to Fat City. This would prevent greed heads, land rapers, and other human jackals from capitalizing on the name ‘Aspen’. These swine should be fucked, broken, and driven across the land.”
  • It will be the general philosophy of the sheriff’s office that no drug worth taking shall be sold for money. My first act as sheriff will be to install on the sheriff’s lawn a set of stocks to punish dishonest dope dealers.”

 

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Nu Liife

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Our weekly comic by Andrew Jeffrey Wright / @ajw4ever

Out of Step, But Very In Tune

The effects on LSD of marching troops

via, @WFMU

Inside The Dark Web

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