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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by flhrci, Jan 2, 2018.
California became Pot state. What I want to know is, has @Sac Arrow become a pothead yet?
Has he become you ask?
Sure, what you said! LOL
I'd answer but I'm on my way to california now....
Vegas and Denver closer. Just saying.
did denver already. besides, that hippy stuff they grow out in cali, ay carumba!
Plus you could go with Sac and check out Burger Girl!
I'm sure she looks much better stoned. you know, the weed-equivalent of 'beer goggles'.
It's much easier to live in Missouri, where there's plenty of public land available (that is seldom, if ever, visited by anyone outside of hunters during deer season), and grow your own.
It's far better than growing it on your own land because the The Feds can't confiscate their own land if you get caught!
Well I hear she makes a mean brownie.
Wouldn't you know it...
I fly direct to Fresno and then drive 45 minutes to the cabin.
Fresno ISN'T allowing dispensaries!
Come on Oakhurst... get your stash together.
Pot wasn't all that hard to come across in California 20 years ago, so I doubt much has really changed.
You could get your 'medical marijuana card' for the last, what, fifteen? Twenty years? Nothing's really changed so far as I can tell.
Soon you will notice a 50% increase in the number of drivers with their blinker on while cruising on the freeway.
Well, other than the doc's office fee to get the card.
Taxes will go up on it, and there will be more road signs. That’s about it.
I can picture them along the roadside. Will they end with Burma Shave?
"He who smokes a little pot hopes to get a lot".
Someone else can contribute the last line.
Actually, now is probably the time to buy stock in Domino's.
The perfect business opportunity would be a dominos, a 7-11, and a Taco Bell all in a row across the street from a dispensary.
That would be a 49% increase over the CA drivers that currently use their blinkers pre-pot...
While I am neither much of a pot head nor fast food aficionado, Jack in the Box continues to be one of my favorite companies...
Jack in the Box Cooks Up ‘Munchie Meals’ for California Stoners
With California’s legalization of recreational marijuana taking effect Monday, fast-food chain Jack in the Box plans to take full advantage of the pot smokers by offering a new meal aimed at anyone with the munchies.
The weed-themed Merry Munchie Meal will be available beginning mid-January and includes half servings of curly fries and onion rings, two tacos, five mini churros, three crispy chicken strips and a small drink. You get all of this for the on-theme price of $4.20 plus tax.
Here in Washington state, we had a Girl Scout set up selling cookies outside of a pot shop. She did an incredible amount of business.
what other stupid **** did I see in the paper that is slated to start yesterday?
Can no longer have ammo shipped to your house - has to go to a FFL holder
Ammo sellers now required to be licensed by DOJ.
Anyone convicted of crimes will have to surrender their firearms before the case is closed.
Vehicle registration fee increase: As part of SB 1, drivers will pay between $25 and $175 more for vehicle registration at DMV. The fee, which goes into effect Jan. 1, is based on the vehicle's current value...
A new ban on guns on school campuses, even for those with concealed carry permits, whether school boards OK them or not...
Senate Bill 54 allows state authorities to refuse cooperation with some federal immigration laws. In essence, it makes California a sanctuary state, limiting state and local law enforcement efforts when dealing with immigration.
It also would make public schools, hospitals and courthouses safe havens for California residents, regardless of immigration status.
Under the new law, local law enforcement cannot arrest, detain, interrogate or inquire about a person's immigration status unless they have committed one or more offenses from a list of about 800 crimes. The list of crimes includes felony DUI, child abuse and gang-related offenses.
SALARY INFORMATION (Assembly Bill No. 168): Under the new bill employers are prohibited from asking salary information of an applicant. Employers are also prohibited from relying on salary history as a factor in determining salary for a new employee.
EMPLOYERS BANNED FROM ASKING CRIMINAL HISTORY ON APPLICATIONS (Assembly Bill No. 1008): This new law bans employers, state agencies, and public utilities with five or more workers from including, on any application, any questions about an applicant’s conviction history.
WORK SITE IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT AND PROTECTIONS (Assembly Bill No. 450): This law protects workers from immigration enforcement while on the job. An employer or someone acting on behalf of an employer is not allowed to let an immigration agent enter non-public areas of a work place unless the agent has a warrant.
Elementary School history (starting with 2nd graders) has been re-written with an LGBT alphabet soup twist and parents cannot opt out. Can't find a link for the San Diego Tribune article I read. One commenter who reviewed the books said that in them, "everyone in history has been addressed as "could have been" lgbt whatever based on supposition and circumstance".
Assembly Bill 830 eliminates the high school exit exam, which was instituted, beginning with the Class of 2006, to ensure that students demonstrated a minimum proficiency in English and math before graduating. Tens of thousands of students never passed the exam and consequently never received a diploma. A decade later, lawmakers suspended the requirement to rewrite the test; now, they are simply doing away with it instead.
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article191348244.html#storylink=cpy
If Kim Jong Un took out the state assembly with a missile, he would be doing us a service.
When I was in Vegas a few weeks ago they were just starting drive-thru dispensaries, guess you could go from there right to the drive-thru at your favorite burger joint and never get out of your car.
LOL too funny! No doubt she did.
That’s called “Every block in Montbello”. LOL.
California is utterly out of control, but these two uses together ought to help them continue to have the best possible CxO talent hired at every company! LOL.
Yeah... nobody’s going to ask the new CEO what his salary requirements are. Suuuure. Hahaha.
Of course it could mean that y’all could get the legislature’s salary lowered. “But we used to make...!” “Shhhhhh! You can’t talk about that. We’ll just pay you what we think you scumbags are worth. Hush now. Shhhh.”
Did you see the new road signs?
Though I think the law is ridiculous- the examples you named is not covered by it. Those will still be allowed.
Employees can bring up salary history any time - Employers can’t.
Ah ok, so it’s even dumber than I thought. LOL.
One of those articles mentioned new restrictions on pesticide spraying within 1/4 mile of a school during school hours. Since the nearest school is within that distance from my house, I looked up the regulation and found that it only covers "pesticide applications made for the production of an agricultural commodity," so I don't have to worry.
Well obviously...our...problem...I think that...the...situation...You have to understand...that...
Um...what was the question?
"Supporters say the law could help women close the persistent gender pay gap." Time will tell.
Well yeah... it’s California.
On the other hand, CA doesn't have the market on stupid legislation ... CO still can't overturn the standard capacity magazine ban, even at the loss of local revenue from Magpul, the majority (or unanimous?) opinion of the Sheriffs that it is unenforceable, and the successful recall of the legislators responsible for the law.
Almost all legislation is stupid. It’s mostly a matter of how high the smelly pile is.
Made the local news this morning.
The U. S. attorney general has decided to end a policy that required federal prosecutors to look the other way in states that allowed marijuana use. Now it will be up to individual federal prosecutors to decide how aggressively to enforce the federal prohibition.
Maybe it's time to set up border controls on all roads out of California; and perhaps a wall!