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Posted in HOW MANY BEERS?, THE CHRONIC 2010 on January 26, 2010 by K-CITY

On the weekend before world renowned stoner holiday April 20, the First Annual Western Slope Cannabis Crown will be held in Aspen, Colorado. The event will feature a huge festival/party with music and speakers.

The most important event of the day is the Cannabis Crown itself. It is a grow-off between 400 of the top legal growers of medical marijuana in Colorado, which if you read THIS you will remember includes a wide variety of people.

But seriously, who is gonna judge this thing? I hear the panel includes Bob Dylan, Kevin Smith, Seth Rogen, Matthew McConaughey, the Kool-Aid Man, and Michael Phelps with Ross Rebagliati in the room but not smoking.

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Looking for comments…. How many beers? or weed? or beers AND weed? Oh darn, I’ve gone cross-eyed.

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Posted in HOW MANY BEERS?, THE CHRONIC 2010 on January 18, 2010 by K-CITY


Currently 13 states have approved the legal use of marijuana for medical purposes. The first was California in 1996, where for a maximum of $66, you can have in your possession 8 ounces …or 1/2 pound (…or 64 half-quarters in Ontario) of the stickiest of the icky.

Here is just an idea of some of the medical conditions that could land you one of the highly coveted, yet easy to obtain Id cards.

AIDS, anorexia, arthritis, cachexia, cancer, chronic pain, glaucoma, migraine, persistent muscle spasms, including spasms associated with multiple sclerosis, seizures, including seizures associated with epilepsy, severe nausea; Other chronic or persistent medical symptoms.

For those of you that skipped that over, some highlights are:

ANOREXIA – weed is guaranteed to cure it almost instantly
CHRONIC PAIN – haha chronic
PERSISTENT MUSCLE SPASMS – giggity giggity goo
SEVERE NAUSEA – aka Sunday
Note: Cancer and AIDS are not funny.

Right now all medical marijuana dispensaries have to be non-for-profit. However, the 14 billion dollar industry could create 1.4 billion dollars annually in tax revenue for the struggling state of California if permitted to do so.

It could in turn fully legalize the use of marijuana for non-medicinal purposes, which would increase profits drastically… (In related news, sales of Bold BBQ Dorito’s have skyrocketed)

And if it works in California, it can work anywhere…. right Bollywood?