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titudes toward, and opportunities for, committing
extremely serious crimes, and for using heroin, will become increasingly favorable. This
statement is made in complete ignorance of how the market works. The average American
user never comes into contact with the underworld, even if every gram he smokes were
the handiwork of a tightly organized network of full-time professional gangsters. The
typical marijuana smoker has no idea where his grass comes from. It has been filtered
down through so many levels, has exchanged hands so many times, that the world of toplevel
selling and of the average user are as alien to one another, and about as likely to
associate with one another, as the tobacco auctioneer and the cigarette smoker. The
average user buys his pot from a friend, even though it may originally have been derived
from someone whose livelihood is dealing.
In New York State, the line dividing a misdemeanor from a felony in marijuana
possession is either twenty-five cigarettes or an ounce; the reasoning is that anyone with
such a quantity may be presumed to intend to sell, even if no actual sale is detected. On
one level, this distinction is absurd and erroneous; on another, it indirectly captures
something of the flavor of the actual situation. To suppose that anyone who purchases and
possesses one ounce—or who happens to have an ounce lying around, remaining from a
possibly even larger purchase—is necessarily going to sell anything from that ounce, is to
adopt a peculiar conception of what is actually happening. But to think that anyone who
has as much as an ounce is sufficiently integrated into the marijuana community as to
render it likely that he has participated in a number of marijuana-related
activities—selling among them—is an accurate supposition. The smoker who purchases
(and possesses) only an ounce is unlikely to split it up for the purpose of selling it to
The law, moreover, makes no distinction between the act of selling or giving away
small quantities to friends or acquaintances for little or no profit, and dealing on a largescale
professional basis. In September 1969, a twenty-one-year-old man was sentenced to
fifty years in prison by the state of Texas for the act of selling two marijuana cigarettes.
17 Although the legal implications of petty selling and professional dealing are identical,
the social worlds of these activities are radically disjunctive.
So there is the question of what the penalties are designed to deter. Is it the technical
fact that the literal act of an exchange of money for marijuana took place Or is it
designed to eradicate the source of the drug Can a user who has only an ounce or two in
his possession where distribution sources must be measured in kilograms, not ounces,
possibly be the original source for anyone's drug use, aside from his own and a few
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friends In fact, it is probably saf
the buds looked like I imagine WW looks,
white ;-) Note: This plant piles on the resin in the last few days, I don’t recommend harvesting early and
know I won’t do it again."
It was nice to get something that smelled good in the grow to compensate for the smell, which I don’t like, of
the N x S when it is growing. It smells of citrus, fruity, with the skunk lurking in the background is the best
way I can describe it. It isn’t over powering but did require more than a baggy to contain the smell when I
brought an ounce to someone."
When I cut the bud at 37 days with the 50% withered flowers I test smoked it with a buddy on a ride. He
doesn’t smoke as much as I do but he isn’t a lightweight by any means, he smokes almost once a day I
guess. He missed 6 turns on a familiar ride in 1 hour and 15 minutes. He liked the buzz but was not happy
with it for driving since he was spacing out so much. I thought the whole thing was kind of funny myself and
I’m sure you know I was all over him on every missed turn. (Little did he know..I wasn’t exactly catching them
all either ;-) I didn’t like the buzz from this early bud at first, it was too speedy for me, but it did calm down
after a while. The other thing that wasn’t too impressive from it was the staying power of the buzz.
Now the buds harvested later were a completely different story. Mature buds have a unique buzz. It’s
definitely not couch lock weed but you can find comfort in your big buddy if you want to. It starts like a sativa
soar, then quickly settles into a body and mind buzz conducive to thought and guess what…you can then
verbalize those thoughts without difficulty ;-) This is a social indica."
"The buzz lasts quite a while and slowly turns into a couch lock thing if you don’t puff some more. Bottom
line-. As a head grower I would keep the plant just for the buzz I like the buzz since couch lock isn’t all there
is to life, I guess ;-) If I were still growing for dough I would love this plant and will keep it in case I get back
into the game someday.
Yo money tree folks… people like the looks and smell of this weed. I don't have any other comments on the
buzz yet but will include them in the additional T44 info that will be given in the next Flo Sheet.” – flick"
"“This variety is a Cheyenne Indica with a skunky influence, for lovers of fragrant weed with a strong buzz.
Take this girl just before bed and have a seductively sedative session. Her name was derived from her
stupefying qualities. Gag me with a bud."
"“A pure variety, never hybridized, imported from Afghanistan, grown in Holland. Very broad leaves, 100%
Indica. Heavy buds with lots of resin. Some plants turn purple at harvest time. Rather high flower to leaf ratio.
Aroma and flavor are heavy, almost medicinal. Very strong, physical, practically narcotic high. Average yields."
"“The Afghani part is a very short Christmas tree-like plant, 100% Indica, very resinous and very consistent. The
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