Because not every stoner is a high roller.
Why the future of pot is going to be digested, not inhaled.
“Smoking just has a stigma attached to it,” she says. “With edibles, there’s no smell, no ashtray, no standing outside.”
Could more legalized pot stem the drug overdose epidemic?
The Seattle-based company is using data to better inform marijuana consumers and maybe to power an industry.
Researchers warn that soft-headed teens are being exposed to pro-pot messaging on Twitter. And it’s high time that people pay more attention.
But who are these digital budtenders?
With THC-infused sandwiches, the Magical Butter Studio — Seattle’s first marijuana restaurant — is practically destined for 5-star reviews.
“I have to hire a great workforce to compete with those cybercriminals, and some of those kids want to smoke weed on the way to the interview.”
The food delivery app partners with San Francisco dispensary the Vapor Room to name 10 flavors of pot in honor of 4/20.
The food delivery business naturally goes hand in hand with pot smokers—an Eat24 banner on the Vapor Room’s website even dubs the app “the official sponsor of your munchies.”
“You’re looking at a production cost of nearly $40 per pack of Mary Janes.”
“Nobody is growing enough marijuana. Activity is off the charts, but we’re still not meeting demand.”
“Entrepreneurs were more likely to engage in what the authors dubbed “illicit activities” in the days of their wild youth, with teenage pastimes like shoplifting, playing hooky, assault, drug dealing, and smoking marijuana.”
Hopefully today doesn’t have you feeling like this guy. Here are a few tips to get you pumped up and productive this week:
- Free your mind and your apps will follow: this week’s (best) free Android and iPhone apps
- The quiet power of silencing your phone
- Why treating life like an experiment will help you make faster decisions
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