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It’s not often that I’ve been to a cannabis & hemp expo.  In fact, confession time: I’ve never been to one; but now that we’re so close to legalization in Canada, it felt like a good time to breakout and meet the people propelling the legal industry. First impressions walking into the show was one of joy.  Like a big heavy ball being lifted off the shoulders of cannabis users.  Whoopi Goldberg said it best when Barack Obama was voted into office in 2008, “I feel like I can finally put my suitcases down” (paraphrased).  It’s like that.
The stress free way to organize your clipping crew, keep the flow going and not bog down during harvest. Several days before the event, stock up on food and beverages.  Prepare and make meals such as one pot soups and stews ahead of time.  You can be as simple or fancy as you like, just make it good.  Clippers look forward to a good tasting meal on their break! Do a general household clean, especially the bathroom, and stock up on toilet paper!
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Sending a poem of timeless love for the man who loves the boy. #GordDowniesCanada #TheTragicallyHip #SecretPath Sometimes trippy things happen around here and this it one of them:)
using a magnifier to inspect the marijuana you're about to buy
Unregulated dispensary pose risk! The headline shock factor alone will get your skin crawling even though it may only be partially true. Unregulated businesses that supply good and services to the public can pose a risk.  It depends on the commitment and ethics of the people involved. And the same goes for the unregulated marijuana industry.  Oddly enough the marijuana industry’s been operating for decades serving hundreds of thousands of people with no government regulation and not one was killed by bad marijuana, it just didn’t do what you wanted it to do.