I was going to suggest public hanging. Rotten fruit and veggies available for the walk of shame to the gallows.
SIM soup components right there, why waste them on criminals.
Wow... Always full of hostility! Everyone's a "lowlife!" ... This scum. That scum. You're tedious.
How many people on here have typed endless threads about the clinical uses of pot -- & then the gimme-some- responses.
God ... You wish you were a Prosecutor --- I was one for years! Let me tell you a secret ... You would succk as a Prosecutor! Goose-stepping went out of favor and style a long time go!
My reason for asking is that I was reading the Legisltive intent and the comments made on the floor in Congress when a particular law was passed. There was discussion of what distinguishes the transfer of a small amount of pot ( not for profit) (as in handing a joint ... Or more... To a friend --- technically a"distribution" ) and what constitutes "trafficking" of CDS.
I don't have it in front of me, but I believe that the claim was that a joint is .05 grams --- this was in the early 70's. I was simply curious if this was accurate or outdated data.
Mokes --- simmer down some. You red faced, vein popping, angry at the world old goat.
I have another question : How much moisture is in a given unit of freshly harvested pot --- if you have 100 pounds of freshly harvested pot, what percentage is water and what is usable product. The savvy respondent would also point out that seeds and stems and stalk and root ball and clinging grow bed material is not useable product. So, ignore that stuff. 100 lbs wet equals how many lbs cured?
It's like cutting your grass on a rainy day --- heavy bag v a lighter when you cut during a drought!
In the early '70's I grew some pot in the garden. What I got was a double arm hug-able bundle that weighted maybe 75-90lb wet. I took it all & hung it in the attic and it dried down to 6lb of leaf & bud. There was about 18-20lb of stalks.
He's first in line for the stocks. All visitors are encouraged to recycle and bring their compost.
The Japanese use "night soil" as compost. How about using dog doo doo.