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Marijuana Today Daily HeadlinesWednesday, October 21, 2020 | Curated by host Shea Gunther // Kamala Harris Touts ‘Commitment’ To Marijuana Decriminalization And Expungements Under Biden Administration (Marijuana Moment) // Campaign Raises $30K To Help Release Cannabis Prisoners In Michigan (Benzinga) // Massachusetts to limit number of cannabis delivery licenses (Marijuana Business Daily) These headlines are […]
Brave New Weed
Brave New Weed
OffScrip Media
Episode 95 - Is Cannabis the New Chardonnay?
In The New Chardonnay author Heather Cabot followed the cannabis boom and bust. It isn't pretty. Heather Cabot is a fine journalist and a mom of a certain age. She is a part of a growing cohort of women that cannabis marketers call “Chardonnay moms.” These newly minted cannabists would use cannabis but abhor going to a dispensary to get it, prefer a discreet edible to smoking a joint, and are unlikely to tell their friends about their use. I enjoyed her recent book, The New Chardonnay, because it takes you on a rollicking ride through the boom boom days of the cannabis bubble, which has since burst. Cabot traveled the country with some colorful characters, including Snoop Dogg, who, she reveals on this podcast, refused to grant her an interview. She chronicles the illusions and delusions of people who were hoping to make a killing in cannabis and instead got killed thanks to some shady deals with some shady characters. Heather, who has never used the plant, learned a lot about it; still, at the end of this podcast she confesses that she would still be upset if her teenage sons tried it. That’s an interesting reaction, especially from someone who researched and understands the extraordinary safety profile of the plant. Old stigmas die hard -- even with this well educated chardonnay mom. On another note...Our friends at Sun + Earth are launching a crowdfunding campaign to create a certification program and educate consumers about regenerative organic cannabis growing. I support this organization and urge you to as well. While industrialized growing under energy sucking lights seems sadly inevitable, this Sun+Earth is promoting other regenerative sustainable models that can support small farmers and renew soil rather than deplete it. The crowdfunding campaign runs through December 20, 2020. To donate and learn about Sun+Earth, go here. Oh, and just a small $25 contribution will win you a bar of Dr. Bronner’s cannabis-scented soap, made with hemp derived terpenes and fair trade oils, which sounds like it will perk up any bathroom!
1 hr 14 min
The Pot Cast
The Pot Cast
Heavy Dayze
Episode 55.66 ft Ryan Lee of Chimera Genetics
This is the final part in our epic 6 hour/ 3 part episode with the genetic maestro himself, Ryan Lee of Chimera Genetics! We are eternally grateful to be able to share this knowledge with our fans and we owe Ryan a huge debt of gratitude for his time. We delve into cannabis breeding, history, clone only's, his work doing genetic consulting, SAM the Skunk man, cannabis Nomenclature and so so much more. I hope your ready for a fantastic finale to this monster saga and as always a huge thank you to our amazing sponsors Seeds Here Now - Best in the business in the game, head on over now to - to score your seeds today! Koppert Biological Systems - Check out Koppert Biological Systems, they are based all over the place and have amazing beneficial predators that will help keep your gardens pests under control. They also stock a great range of microbial products designed to fight off those nasty soil borne diseases & more! Organic Gardening Solutions - Best in the organics game down under. Hit them up for the highest quality amendments and soil. BIG LOVE to our friends at Top Shelf Seed Bank & Dragonfly Earth Medicine ! ( + Finally, our patreon fans ( is the major lifeblood of the show and it COULDN'T happen without them. please consider subscribing!
2 hr 1 min
Autoflower Podcast
Autoflower Podcast
Chad Dulaney
Ep47: Basement Autoflowers - Growing, Stigma, Culture & Change
Huge shoutout to shout out to InkyCow and Ricardo for joining the Patreon community! On this episode we are chatting with Basement Autoflowers. He is a grower out of Canada with lots of positive energy who has a lot of beneficial attributes to bring to the table. We chat about how he got started, his set-up and how he grows. As we talked, cannabis stigma began to surface and we rolled with it, chatting about how it has been supressed and how the growers have been outcast into a dark, low-life category. We both have a calling and a mission to help usher in a new world for cannabis and to flip it back on it's feet where it belongs... among the earth and all her life forms, offering what we can benefit from. Be sure to follow Basement Autoflowers! YouTube: Instagram: MERCH IS NOW AVAILABLE! Visit the link below to shop! Save 10% now thru the end of the month using coupon code '10OFF' at checkout! Support the Podcast on Patreon Get exclusive content, FREE TESTER SEEDS & other perks! Questions/Comments? Email me at Connect on Social Media Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: My personal grow account: My YouTube channel: Website: Credits: Intro/outro music: “Win City” from Soundbytes: Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions, Reefer Madness, Bill Hicks. Remixed by Chad Dulaney.
49 min
Comes A Time
Comes A Time
Osiris Media / Oteil Burbridge / Mike Finoia
Episode 21: Bill Walton
“I just love reading about adventure and about history, biography, about why people succeed in life. And one of the overriding themes on the path to success is that as we're all chasing this dream, that when we come to the hurdles, when it seems like it's not going to happen, when the adversity is just overwhelming and just crushing us, somebody, some complete stranger will just come into your life, then all of a sudden give you that little boost, give you the edge, hand you ten dollars, open his hand, come with me. And that and that is what the Grateful Dead is all about.” - Bill Walton In this episode of Comes a Time, Mike & Oteil are joined by the legendary former basketball player, sportscaster and beloved Deadhead, Bill Walton. Like the force of energy that he is, Bill takes the lead in the conversation, sharing stories about his mentors through his athletic career, the creative and exploratory environment of his childhood home, and finding purpose and possibilities through the Grateful Dead music and culture. Bill talks about his first Dead show in 1967 at 15 years old, when he says “I don’t remember how we got in, because we didn’t have any money, but somehow we got up to the front row, and I never left.” Bill unexpectedly (or perhaps, exactly as expected) turns the tables and interviews Oteil, at which point we go deep on Oteil’s singing career, transitioning between bands, camaraderie in Dead & Co, and the possibility of bringing his afro back. The three also discuss Oteil’s, Steve Martin’s and Jerry Garcia’s banjo playing. On a more serious note, but equally inspiring, we hear about Bill’s long and arduous journey of learning how to speak, starting at age twenty-eight, after suffering a lifelong speech impediment, for which he now coaches young people with the same issues.  Bill Walton was born in downtown San Diego. The family quickly moved to La Mesa, The Jewel of The Hills, where his Mom, Gloria, still lives, in the same house now, for 67 years. He exploded on the international basketball scene while attending Helix High School. Bill went to UCLA as a scholarship player for John Wooden, winning three successive NCAA Player of the Year awards and helping UCLA to consecutive undefeated NCAA championships (1972, 1973), and a record 88-game winning streak. Bill is a member of the NCAA All Time Basketball Team. Bill was selected as the #1 overall pick in the 1974 NBA Draft. Walton and the Portland Trail Blazers won the NBA Championship in 1977, earning the NBA Finals MVP award that season. He was the NBA MVP the next season. Bill won another NBA title, playing with the Boston Celtics in 1986. He was named the NBA 6th Man of the Year that season. Bill is a member of the NBA All Time Team. Walton was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993. Bill is also in numerous other Halls of Fame, including the HOF of USA High Schools, The NCAA, the NCAA Academic All America, for UCLA, Pac-12, Oregon, San Diego, California, New England, the Boys & Girls Club, Guinness, and the Grateful Dead.    When Bill could no longer play basketball, he started a most unlikely career as a multimedia broadcaster, a career that has now spanned 30 years. Bill has worked for every major network and platform, and has been with ESPN for many years now. Bill is a multi-Emmy Award winning on-air talent. Bill is also a New York Times Best Selling author, with his memoir, Back From The Dead. Bill is a huge music fan, and with...   See for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 18 min
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