By Mark Frauenfelder at 1:39 pm Wed, Apr 18, 2012
Can some pot that you grow in your basement still qualify as “Medical Marijuana?” At what point does it stop being medical and instead be the kind you just want to get high from?
When the prescription expires and your doctor refuses to renew it. California lets folks with marijuana prescriptions grow a few plants for personal use.
In Arizona, MMJ can only be legitimately obtained through home growing or purchasing from another patient, since the state government refuses to allow any dispensaries.
Can some pot that you grow in your basement still qualify as “Medical Marijuana?”
I just watched the Lockpicking video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueNgC5_cEoA and it seems that the lockpicks in the video are from a group called College of Lockpicking which just taught a workshop in Los Angeles at Crash Space. http://shop.collegeoflockpicking.com
Can someone else confirm?
Information is not inherently dangerous, it is the misuse of that information that is dangerous.
That’s akin to saying “Explosives aren’t dangerous unless they go off.” While technically true for some definitions of danger, it’s more or less meaningless in any kind of useful risk management decision or analysis.
No, it’s akin to saying knowing how to make explosives isn’t dangerous. Making them is.
There is nothing as fun or rewarding as growing sweet mary jane. And it couldn’t be easier. yum yum
I wouldn’t call it easy, but it can be fun.
I tool the College of Lockpicking class at Machine Project in Los Angeles a few months ago. Rad class. Rad instructors. Rad people.
Comment withheld as a public service; insert appropriate rant here. (You know which one; those who understand it don’t need it and those who don’t understand it won’t learn anything, so why waste our time?)
Is anybody as fanatic about using these techniques to grow veggies like tomatoes or peppers? Any video I have seen of marijuana growers shows a level of attention to detail that would probably lead them to some truly great tasting veggies if they went down that path.
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