Archive for September, 2011

Introducing legalizeit

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

legalizeit is the simple, straightfoward name of our new editor and contributor. Here’s his picture for you:

legalizeit is a policy analyst for a major national think tank.

I’ll let him say a few words:

We are linking up a storm

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Come check out our links page, reader. We’ve got some new stoner friends to share with you. Maybe you’ll like them. You could hate them. Either way, we’d love for you to check them out and let us know what you think by leaving a comment. Tell it like it is.

So head on over to the links page, just give this little graphic a click:

Sour Diesel Weed… and a Guitar

Monday, September 19th, 2011

This is extremely potent stuff picked up in central Texas. Delicious.


Breaking Tolerance

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

Just how much time should pass for a solid tolerance break? I’ve heard this question many a time in my days of stonering, and as with all things drug, there’s no concrete answer. Naturally, the variance will be vast between a daily wake-and-baker and the weekend warrior. But that’s not to say we can’t have a general rule of thumb to follow…

For most people, about a week will suffice to accomplish the majority of the intended task. While cannabis does not entirely leave the system for multiple weeks, a majority of it will be gone in just 7 days. In this time, any residual effects from daily smoking should have passed, and you’ll feel fresh and alert.

Bastrop State Park – a Tribute

Thursday, September 8th, 2011
Yeah, that's a guitar in my pack

One of the last great hikes I experienced

This is going to be an atypical post for our humble website. If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you might know that the state of Texas is currently on fire. The most noteworthy inferno – of the dozens of scattered flames – consumed much of a town very close to the state capital, Austin. Bastrop is a relatively small city south of Austin, with a unique ecosystem that cannot be found anywhere else in the central part of the state.