4 : 20

All about dutch coffeeshop culture
and it's related items..

User avatar
Hobie
super power poster
super power poster
Posts: 1990
Joined: Thu Oct 14, 3:18 pm
Location: wagg more , bark less
Contact:

4 : 20

Postby Hobie » Wed Apr 20, 3:52 pm


Cat
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 3920
Joined: Thu Jan 23, 11:55 pm
Location: Snowbelt

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Cat » Wed Apr 20, 7:13 pm

I grow my own personal use suppley every year, but if I run out, I purchase Cannabis goodies at the nearby Seneca Indian reservation now. They have dispensaries popping up all over their nation. Tax free just like their gas and cigs.
Most of those little dispensaries are not much more than little wooden shacks on private Indian owned property. I stopped by one in a hamlet called Kill Buck and the brother running the place had an assault weapon hanging on the wall with a couple of other brothers shooting pistols in a target range out back in the trees. It looked like a Black Panther convention. But hey, their gear is very good.
New York State still hasn't even opened up state licensed dispensaries yet. But who wants to pay 8.2 percent tax on top of the purchase price? I'll stick with the gear the Indians are selling thank you.

User avatar
Hobie
super power poster
super power poster
Posts: 1990
Joined: Thu Oct 14, 3:18 pm
Location: wagg more , bark less
Contact:

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Hobie » Thu Apr 21, 2:27 pm

Cat wrote:I grow my own personal use suppley every year, but if I run out, I purchase Cannabis goodies at the nearby Seneca Indian reservation now. They have dispensaries popping up all over their nation. Tax free just like their gas and cigs.
Most of those little dispensaries are not much more than little wooden shacks on private Indian owned property. I stopped by one in a hamlet called Kill Buck and the brother running the place had an assault weapon hanging on the wall with a couple of other brothers shooting pistols in a target range out back in the trees. It looked like a Black Panther convention. But hey, their gear is very good.
New York State still hasn't even opened up state licensed dispensaries yet. But who wants to pay 8.2 percent tax on top of the purchase price? I'll stick with the gear the Indians are selling thank you.


Thats awesome Cat , my god son in watkins glen also told me about Sticker shops ... I have been legal to buy and grow from 2007 , but i pay an annual fee for the privilege . I have to re-up annually . Its just amazing how far this marijuana product thing has changed over the years .I do miss some of the old school days when a Key was in the neighborhood of 300 $

User avatar
modern roots
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 3190
Joined: Sat Mar 01, 7:19 am
Location: U.S.A.

Re: 4 : 20

Postby modern roots » Thu Apr 21, 9:52 pm

That's the thing, Hobie, weed has gotten to expensive. And in the legal states the taxes amount to thievery. I'm sure it has made many sober people. Just the idea of paying that much in taxes turns my stomach.
I really feel I've outgrown weed. Spending everyday in a haze is no way to live. I'm enjoying my sobriety.

User avatar
Hobie
super power poster
super power poster
Posts: 1990
Joined: Thu Oct 14, 3:18 pm
Location: wagg more , bark less
Contact:

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Hobie » Fri Apr 22, 3:41 pm

modern roots wrote:That's the thing, Hobie, weed has gotten to expensive. And in the legal states the taxes amount to thievery. I'm sure it has made many sober people. Just the idea of paying that much in taxes turns my stomach.
I really feel I've outgrown weed. Spending everyday in a haze is no way to live. I'm enjoying my sobriety.


A cheeseburger walks into a bar , sits at the counter and orders a Beer , the bartender says " sorry we don't serve food "

User avatar
modern roots
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 3190
Joined: Sat Mar 01, 7:19 am
Location: U.S.A.

Re: 4 : 20

Postby modern roots » Sat Apr 23, 5:12 am

Hobie wrote:
modern roots wrote:That's the thing, Hobie, weed has gotten to expensive. And in the legal states the taxes amount to thievery. I'm sure it has made many sober people. Just the idea of paying that much in taxes turns my stomach.
I really feel I've outgrown weed. Spending everyday in a haze is no way to live. I'm enjoying my sobriety.


A cheeseburger walks into a bar , sits at the counter and orders a Beer , the bartender says " sorry we don't serve food "


Uh, I quit drinking too!
Clean living!
Did you know that everyone doesn't pay taxes on food?

User avatar
alpha
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 4344
Joined: Thu Dec 11, 6:12 pm
Location: damned, or in The dam!

Re: 4 : 20

Postby alpha » Sat Apr 23, 7:42 am

Hobie wrote:
modern roots wrote:That's the thing, Hobie, weed has gotten to expensive. And in the legal states the taxes amount to thievery. I'm sure it has made many sober people. Just the idea of paying that much in taxes turns my stomach.
I really feel I've outgrown weed. Spending everyday in a haze is no way to live. I'm enjoying my sobriety.


A cheeseburger walks into a bar , sits at the counter and orders a Beer , the bartender says " sorry we don't serve food "


Two threads are about to step into the same bar, when one says to the other "this place doesn't serve threads" where the other frazzles itself up and ties itself into a square knot and proceeds to the bar and orders a beer. Whereupon the bartenders sez "you''re a thread, ain't you?" and the thread replies, "why no i'm afraid not."

Virginia has legalized, but dragging feet on dispensaries, which imo is dumb when not a single border state has legalized recreational dispensaries, so those citizens would be possibly coming to Va. for their weed, but Va. is considering a 30+% tax on it, which will likely keep folks like me growing their own. Still have to pay taxes on the products i buy to grow my strains, but likely a lot less hassle all around.

Great deal Cat, if Delaware ever gets around to legalizing they'd likely be tax free too.

Cat
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 3920
Joined: Thu Jan 23, 11:55 pm
Location: Snowbelt

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Cat » Sat Apr 23, 10:36 am

How is the opium content in hash that is sold in the Dam these days?
I got a $20 dollar gram of "moroccan" hash from the Seneca's a few weeks ago...black as night, very soft and pliable. It is very mild to smoke and doesn't explode in your lungs. First hash I've had in decades.
I wonder who made it and with what ingredients? I don't believe the Seneca Nation is allowed to import goodies from out of state based on Nation laws, and the dispensary advertises it as their house brand. With the way they machine trim their nugs they must have quite a bit of trichomes bagged up to use for other goodies. They have the dab and shatter stuff as well but haven't tried it yet. 90% thc is pretty powerful so look out.
Very pleasant effect with that hashish I might add. I plan to get some more.

User avatar
Cali Guy
super poster
super poster
Posts: 956
Joined: Wed Aug 02, 9:12 am
Location: Super Power Poster

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Cali Guy » Sat Apr 23, 5:18 pm

Cat wrote:How is the opium content in hash that is sold in the Dam these days?






Most coffeeshops advertise 40-45% opium. Hope that helps.

User avatar
alpha
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 4344
Joined: Thu Dec 11, 6:12 pm
Location: damned, or in The dam!

Re: 4 : 20

Postby alpha » Sun Apr 24, 5:24 am

Cat wrote:I wonder who made it and with what ingredients?


They very likely made it themselves, Cat and created with only cannabis and ice, if it's the way i create mine. When harvesting i go to extra trouble by mincing the stems of leaves and mostly chop the parts of the plant that aren't saved. From that you develop the taste for the hash and by adding bud to the process you create however strong a hash you desire. Mine is mixed thoroughly with ice water and sifted thru certain bubble bags to produce a non bubble hash, that tastes much like what's sold in Amsterdam as imported hashish.

Such a rare commodity that whoever develops the process commercially and markets the product multi state should make a fortune.

User avatar
modern roots
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 3190
Joined: Sat Mar 01, 7:19 am
Location: U.S.A.

Re: 4 : 20

Postby modern roots » Thu May 19, 1:50 am

Does anybody just smoke weed anymore?

User avatar
smokedpeppers
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 6177
Joined: Tue Jun 28, 10:45 pm
Location: 3rd. rock
Contact:

Re: 4 : 20

Postby smokedpeppers » Thu May 19, 2:35 am

actually, i just finished a puff of the bowl .

User avatar
Hobie
super power poster
super power poster
Posts: 1990
Joined: Thu Oct 14, 3:18 pm
Location: wagg more , bark less
Contact:

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Hobie » Thu May 19, 2:09 pm

nothing like a nice joint at the end of a work day .... btw RI votes today on legal weed , looks good to go and of course its a month after they
made me reup my license ( bastards )

User avatar
Hobie
super power poster
super power poster
Posts: 1990
Joined: Thu Oct 14, 3:18 pm
Location: wagg more , bark less
Contact:

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Hobie » Tue May 24, 11:09 pm

Rhode Island is now legal. With the vote - 32 for 6 against , Takes place December first .https://www.marijuanamoment.net/rhode-i ... 0%20ounces.

it passed today :.

User avatar
smokedpeppers
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 6177
Joined: Tue Jun 28, 10:45 pm
Location: 3rd. rock
Contact:

Re: 4 : 20

Postby smokedpeppers » Wed May 25, 1:14 am

Hobie wrote:Rhode Island is now legal. With the vote - 32 for 6 against , Takes place December first .https://www.marijuanamoment.net/rhode-i ... 0%20ounces.

it passed today :.


good deal ....

User avatar
moe.
super power poster
super power poster
Posts: 1833
Joined: Sun Mar 09, 7:06 pm
Location: Pacific Northwest

Re: 4 : 20

Postby moe. » Wed May 25, 3:42 am

Hobie wrote:Rhode Island is now legal. With the vote - 32 for 6 against , Takes place December first .https://www.marijuanamoment.net/rhode-i ... 0%20ounces.

it passed today :.


Congratulations!!!

User avatar
MileHighDenver
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 5480
Joined: Thu Jun 10, 3:20 pm
Location: state of Bliss
Contact:

Re: 4 : 20

Postby MileHighDenver » Wed May 25, 8:59 am

Luckily you’re not in Delaware. The Democratic gubner just vetoed the legalization bill instead of signing it.

Possible candidate for cunt of the day.

Cat
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 3920
Joined: Thu Jan 23, 11:55 pm
Location: Snowbelt

Re: 4 : 20

Postby Cat » Wed May 25, 4:54 pm

I imagine that someday pot will be illegal again and Abortion rights will return. Enjoy your freedoms and civil rights while they last.

User avatar
modern roots
mega power poster
mega power poster
Posts: 3190
Joined: Sat Mar 01, 7:19 am
Location: U.S.A.

Re: 4 : 20

Postby modern roots » Sun Jun 05, 3:47 am

Sure would like to find some good outdoor grown weed.


Return to “Coffeeshop board”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests