We’re ramping up for this month’s Twelve High Chicks M.O.M. Cup! We’re really excited to be working with everyone — sponsors, performers, and contributors. So we want to share a little about some of them with you before the big weekend, February 24-26, 2016. Today we’d like to introduce our first M.O.M. Cup Sponsor: Canadabs!
Twelve High Chicks thanks guest contributor Dabs Dillinger for this ganja gaming walk-through, the follow-up to this article.
I am sure most people reading have been on the buying side of a marijuana transaction. But unless you have also been on the other side of the table, been in the cannabis industry, you may be curious how it works. As I mentioned last time, by growing pot in GTA V you can find out.
Twelve High Chicks thanks new guest contributor Dabs Dillinger for this, our first ganja gaming walk-through.
Game On! Cannabis in GTA V
I really enjoy medicating or getting high while playing video games. I am sure there are many others like me who also enjoy combining them. Well, if you love gaming and weed the way I do, then Grand Theft Auto V is your perfect night in.
With the 2015 Smith ruling and the Allard decision that lead to the ACMPR, qualified Canadians can now legally grow their own bud and alter it to their purposes, include dabbing. And it’s increasing in popularity in legal states and other countries too. It’s not as simple as packing a bowl or rolling a joint, though — what’s the deal with doing it right?
It was an exciting moment when I booked my flight from Winnipeg to Saskatoon to attend 2014’s annual Prairie Medicinal Harvest Cup (PMHC) and work the Three Happy Cats kiosk. After being a judge at the Kush Cup back in August, I couldn’t wait to judge cannabis strains from the Prairies.
The PMHC took place at the O’Brian’s Event Centre in downtown Saskatoon, the same location where it took place the year before so I was familiar with the grounds, which I found really comforting.
Over the last decade there has been a steady rise in the use and even more so the manufacture of concentrates here at home. It’s my wish to see a resurgence in non-solvent concentrates that would rival and surpass BHO products…but I’m getting ahead of myself. Let me start by explaining that marijuana concentrates are just that: marijuana—more importantly the active part of the marijuana plant—concentrated into forms like hash or oil.
Before I left Canada, Marijuana Man from Pot TV suggested that when I got to Nimbin, I should look up Michael Balderstone—at the time of writing, the President of the Australian Hemp Party and the Unofficial Mayor of Nimbin. So we did.