Okay, I know no one wants to move to LA. It’s ugly, full of jerks who are more attractive than you, et cetera. What could make you move there?
Being paid to live there, a la Alaska?
No? Okay, what else…
Being assured that you can have your pick among Hollywood B-listers at the local SpeedDate?
What? Lorenzo Lamas doesn’t do it for you? Fine. What about….
Yes, you stupid stoner, of course I knew that would do it for you.
As we know, people across California can finagle prescriptions for the sticky-icky that are legal!…at the state level anyway…illegal at the federal level, but who cares?
And now you can get it at a shiny, futuristic-looking machine like this!
I have weed in me.
So I guess this post is really an excuse for you to meet Robert Miko, who gets pot to help with his, um, anger management.
Miko is taking marijuana instead of pharmaceuticals to help him with anger management, he says. Without it, he says he’s surly and violent. With it, “I’m friendlier, I’m compassionate, I’m not angry, I love people. I look at life and I love life.”
Yes! Because you’re stoned.
Don’t mind me, I’m just totally jealous.
A beautiful graphic illustrating pot’s patriotic qualities.
But we must remember the dangers inherent in the drug that the TV is always reminding us of. You might accidentally let your baby brother drown! Or you might shoot your friend in the head. If I could have all the dead friends back that I accidentally shot in the head while I was stoned… well, let’s just say that I would have enough to start a Polyphonic Spree tribute band.
Let’s take a visit to ‘Above the Influence,’ shall we? Um, do they require drug tests for their employees? Because there is no way that whoever made ‘Stoners in the Mist’ wasn’t stoned when they did it. After a Nature Channel-style intro, you can explore the island of stoners in the mist.
In ‘Social Activity,’ you see a short clip of a perky, got-it-together boy talking to a totally stoned out of her brain girl with brownies in her hair. Delicious!
Marijuana is bad.
I’ll get you so high.