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  1. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/embed/video/1946318.html
  2. https://news.sky.com/video/esther-mcvey-confirms-she-smoked-cannabis-11738317 And here's another one in a long line of tories.
  3. https://nowthisnews.com/videos/weed/google-to-ban-all-apps-that-facilitate-weed-sales
  4. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/technology-48067725/ai-helps-clear-cannabis-conviction-backlog An algorithm which speeds up the process of removing eligible marijuana convictions from people’s criminal records in the state of California has been developed. Non-profit organisation Code for America, which created the algorithm, explains that it can take more than 15 minutes to review one criminal record manually, but the software is able to check thousands of records within a few minutes. Marijuana was legalised in the state in 2016 and those convicted of cannabis offences that would no longer be illegal can now apply to have them removed from their record. BBC North America technology reporter Dave Lee reports.
  5. https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/moms-to-be-are-choosing-marijuana-as-doctors-express-concerns-1512130115889
  6. https://www.eastlondonadvertiser.co.uk/news/crime-court/cannabis-farm-unovered-by-tower-hamlets-police-1-5992081
  7. https://www.channel4.com/news/medicinal-cannabis-ive-tried-everything-humanly-possible-to-get-this-legally?fbclid=IwAR3xfkiwhmpsv0FkYCevLytcrrrUfYn-UIQMyl0GX7JHxYkKqEuOBnT-aCQ Medicinal cannabis: ‘I’ve tried everything humanly possible to get this legally’ By Anja Popp When the Home Secretary announced that medicinal cannabis could be legally prescribed, it was celebrated by those who had been trying for years to access it. But many of those have been left frustrated to find they can’t get it through the NHS, leading campaigners and practitioners to say the whole process was rushed through without due thought of how it would work in practice.
  8. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1879216/Video-Cops-cancer-patients-THC-pills-searching-things.html
  9. https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/marijuana/video/miss-marijuana-beauty-pageant-launches~1633680
  10. https://www.rt.com/sport/451184-mike-tyson-cannabis-festival/ He maybe needs to put up some scaffolding to support that thing. Health and safety and all that.
  11. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-london-47174126/doctors-won-t-prescribe-me-cannabis-oil
  12. https://boingboing.net/2019/01/29/look-at-south-carolinas-atto.html
  13. http://www.thecannabist.co/2017/07/25/willie-nelson-jeff-sessions-marijuana/84527/
  14. Crops of cannabis could be growing in the wild all over Plymouth, police believe. Cheeky drug users are suspected of setting up guerrilla cannabis farms in secluded fields after another crop was found in the city yesterday Just one week after cops in Tamerton found a 'wild' grow of cannabis, Plympton officers have ripped up another field of hidden marijuana. Pc Greg Rendle, neighbourhood beat manager for Plympton, revealed he and a group of Special Constables ripped up more than 20 cannabis plants growing in a field of Plympton Hill. He said: "We got a call from a member of the public at around 11am today who explained what they'd found. It was quite off the beaten track, about half a mile off the main road, so it was well hidden. "We had some Specials from Crownhill police station attending a rural engagement day around the Plympton area so I thought 'well, this job's rural, they can come and help me'." Working together they pulled up and bagged around 25 plants. Pc Rendle said: "They were relatively mature, around two foot to two-and-a-half feet high. "They were growing in an area full of stinging nettles and I've since learned, having done some research, that growing alongside nettles is a good habitat for them "For a start it's not as easy to see them. I did leave a small police sticker behind for the owner – it had a smiley face on. "I think I've only ever found four outdoor grows like this in 18 years. "I know a colleague found around 30 in Tamerton Foliot last week, so I'd imagine there's lot more growing around the city. "We're always keen to hear from anyone in connection with drugs supply or cultivation. "At the end of the day, cannabis and a number of other drugs are illegal and in some cases are used to fund other forms of criminality. Our job is to enforce the law of the land and that's what we've done. "The cannabis plants are now at Charles Cross police station and will be destroyed." LOT OF PICS & ViDEO HERE... http://m.plymouthherald.co.uk/plympton-police-rip-up-another-out-in-the-open-cannabis-farm/story-30394666-detail/story.html
  15. Hey guys, it's a pleasure for us to present Grow with Seedsman collection.. you guys will have the pleasure of being the first to see.. freshly baked and ready to taste... Enjoy them!! CBD Critical Mass fem
  16. Should cannabis be made legal? The debate has sparked once more about the criminalisation of the class B drug with some saying it is a waste of money for the police to clamp down on its use. Yesterday the Citizen published an article about Gloucestershire police confirming they will continue to arrest those they find smoking the drug while other forces are turning a blind eye to the practice. Debate has regularly surrounded the issue of people using marijuana, with some claiming the drug is largely harmless and police resources could be better spent elsewhere. But others say the drug, upgraded to class B in 2009, does pose serious risks to people's physical and mental health and can lead to addiction. Many readers believe it would be best to decriminalise the drug, or for the police to focus on other crimes. One online reader, PReynolds, said: "This is a shockingly irresponsible attitude from Gloucester Police. "PCC Martin Surl needs to step in and instruct the chief constable to stop wasting taxpayers' money and concentrate on real crime. All over the word more rational and evidence-based policies are taking hold. "Until the government decides to stand up to the tabloid scaremongering and change the law, the police should be setting their priorities based on what causes harm - and that means cannabis users should be left alone." Guy Coyle said: It's almost laughable that enforcing cannabis is 'a priority' with all the knife crime in this city. "I'm not a smoker any more but I still think the laws regarding it are a joke. While I agree hard drug users can be a drain on society, stoners are not hurting anyone." Beccy Browett said: "Prescription medication is one of the worse culprits in terms of causing drug addiction which not only leads to major health problems but death. "Many turn to street drugs because their legal 'fix' just isn't doing it for them anymore. I have never metanyone who went onto class A drugs as a direct result of using cannabis. "As with anything else you will always get people who abuse it rather than use it (to their own peril) but alcohol which is legal leads to far more problems than cannabis does." http://www.gloucestercitizen.co.uk/Legalise-cannabis-Gloucester-readers-view-police/story-29303837-detail/story.html#ixzz49eEgP4PD From 3 days ago... Cannabis use still a priority for Gloucestershire police as other forces turn blind eye Police officers will continue to arrest those caught smoking cannabis in the county as other constabularies start to turn a blind eye. Avon and Somerset Police are now the fifth force in the UK to say it will not look to arrest people using marijuana if it is only for personal use. But Gloucestershire police have reaffirmed their position they will still arrest those caught smoking the class B drug when found. Debate has regularly surrounded the issue of people using marijuana, with some claiming the drug is largely harmless and police resources could be better spent elsewhere. An Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said they will not target smokers "unless it creates a more harmful situation and endangers vulnerable people". But they added they will still crack down on those who produce and sell it or smoke it in front of schools and children. A spokesman said: "These cultivation sites are taken very seriously as they can often involve vulnerable people being forced to grow cannabis against their will." They follow the Durham, Derbyshire, Dorset and Surrey forces in taking the lenient stance. But Gloucestershire police will not be so lenient. A spokesman for Gloucestershire police said: "Possession of cannabis is still illegal and therefore any offender caught will be penalised." The Met Police has previously experimented with ignoring cannabis use in Lambeth to focus on serious crime. But Tessa Webb from drugs charity The Nelson Trust said Gloucestershire police were right to continue the hard line approach. "We want society to be completely drug free," she said. "The people that come to us often have addictions to more than one drug as well as alcohol. "With drugs one can quite easily lead to another. Most of our clients have experimented with all of them. It can be a vicious circle. "We work with the police to help people and understand they are under-resourced but we are an abstinence charity and don't think there should be any drugs in society." Read more: http://www.gloucestercitizen.co.uk/Cannabis-use-priority-Gloucestershire-police/story-29301676-detail/story.html#ixzz49eFjyTxx
  17. The gun store was in business for more than six decades. Now, it appears the store will open again, with the same name. But this time, it will be selling cannabis, not guns. "It's cool. The space is fantastic," said Sean Killen, the director of the planned High Bridge Cannabis Club. The store is nestled among bars and restaurants. Inside, the 1,000 square foot space is under construction. "Some lounge seating right there another retail in the corner right there," said Killen as he showed KTVU what the new store will look like inside. The new operator of High Bridge has high hopes for the new cannabis club. "It seems very San Francisco. It seems like one of those things that for us, it seems like it was one of those things that was supposed to happen the way it did, "said Killen. The new High Bridge will replace the Bernal Heights Collective just up the street. That club has been in business ten years but faces eviction next month. "It's a neighborhood place. It will be a good addition to the community. It is a sign of the times, yeah," said Patricia Tumas who works in the area. The former manager of High Bridge, the gun store, says it was forced to closed after 64 years, when regulations such as requiring the shop to videotape guns sales made it difficult to continue to operate. One neighbor says the gun store is needed not a cannabis club.   "Take a shop that was good for the neighborhood for those of us who actually use guns and have guns. And now, we have to go all the way to San Mateo. It's just useless," said Jo Lein, who tells KTVU she's lived in the neighborhood all her life. "There's high ceiling, plenty of ventilation," said Killen. He said the new High Bridge will serve about 5,000 medical marijuana patients...and offer "clone" plants for those who want to cultivate their own. "We really want it to be safe and affordable access for everybody here and hopefully it'll spread out to the rest of San Francisco," said Killen. He says he hasn't gotten pushback from neighbors. He hopes to get city approval by next month and open in July. If all goes as planned, the new High Bridge will have a home for at least five years, which is the length of the lease. INTERESTING VIDEO... http://www.ktvu.com/news/140575619-story
  18. Baroness Molly Meacher suggests that cannabis should be re-scheduled for medicinal use. Good support from other Lords but the government spokesman falsely claims that ACMD advises against medicinal cannabis. VIDEO: http://parliamentlive.tv/event/index/2e7b0088-4070-407a-9d59-4304e800eb5a?in=15:23:00&out=15:32:30 Legal for recreational use in the UK is never going to happen! The UK government is too far gone up its own arse to ever find its way back out. Even if they did allow medicinal use, it will be spray bottle only or you can go fuck off.
  19. Parents in the US with severely epileptic children are turning to marijuana for treatment. Oil produced from a strain of the plant, which doesn't make the children high, appears to be having a dramatic effect on reducing seizures. It's being produced in Colorado, one of the two US states which has legalised cannabis. Although not scientifically proven, families think it's making a big difference - and a British pharmaceutical company is trialling a new epilepsy drug based on cannabis extract, which has been approved by the US Federal Drug Administration. The BBC's Alastair Leithead reports. Filmed and edited by the BBC's Luke Winsbury Altered States is a series of video features published every Wednesday on the BBC News website which examine how shifting demographics and economic conditions affect America on a local level. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-27299579
  20. Tonight i found that https://archive.org/ aka the internet archive has a lot more content since i was last browsing it. currently there's- Wayback Machine with 368 Billion web pages saved Moving Image Archive with 1,486,833 items The Internet Archive's Digital Books Collection with over 5 million books and items from over 1,500-curated collections. 1,798,393 items in the Audio Archive and the software archive has 48,968 items. So if there's something obscure that you can't find in other places , this site might have it. P.s. if you find anything interesting , feel free to share it .
  21. I love this. Awesome