Welcome back to a new episode of the Hot Box podcast. On today’s show I’m chatting with Bree Whitehead from StonedGirls.com and Naked Weed Report. Join us as we talk about weed, chicks, and other stuff stoners like.
Thanks for checking out episode 155 of the Hot Box. In this marijuana motion picture masterpiece, Mat talks to Alison Parker from Dude, Where’s My Ferret?. They have an Indigogo trying to raise money to make this cool stoner movie. We should all go kick in some funds so they can make this thing. Find out more information here on DudeWheresMyFerret.com. Keep on reading for some show notes and more links!
“I don’t remember, because I smoke so much weed.”
Thanks for checking out another fantastic episode of the Hot Box. For episode 152 we have quite a treat for you. Join us as we talk to Shari Albert and Jessica Blank from Good Medicine TV! If you aren’t in the know, you are now. Good Medicine TV is a funny YouTube reality tv-ish series based in the Dharma Collective, a low end medical marijuana dispensary in Hollywood California. They have two episodes out as of this recording, so make sure to stop by their site at GoodMedicine.TV and show them some love. We thoroughly enjoyed this conversation, we hope you will as well.
“Here, smoke this, and it’ll be interesting.”
Do you smoke? Are you tired of fighting this ridiculous war? Yeah, we are too. It gets old saying the same things to the same people over and over again. We know, you get it, but you still aren’t off the hook. Tell a friend, help support the shows you love, whether that’s us or another, as long as you support something. For once in your life, be a part of something great. I kid, I kid. But seriously, let’s make a concerted effort to try and preach, not so much to the choir all the time, but to all humans in general. It sucks, I know. Trust me I know. But it simply needs to be done. Keep reading after the break for show notes. You know you love it.
“A politician doesn’t know anything but their issue, and nobody wants to make medical marijuana their issue.”
The Hot Box proudly presents to you, episode 99 of our medical marijuana talk show. We started this show back in May of 2010 intent on educating the people and spreading the good word of marijuana. We’ve met a lot of cool people in the process who are fighting tooth and nail, pouring their every waking moment to help the medical marijuana industry move forward. It’s great to see so many smart, well motivated people focused on fixing the massively ugly, waste of money and resources mistake that is the war on drugs. One of those people on the forefront each and every day is the MTCIA’s own Ed Docter. Ed is a man of vision and drive, putting thousands of miles on his own personal vehicle to visit every single medical marijuana business in the great state of Montana. Between him, and the rest of the team that makes up the MTCIA, and all of the patients, providers, and common people such as myself in this great industry, we are getting things done. It’s a slow and steady process, but hey, Rome wasn’t built in a day. Although Caesar was murdered towards the end of one. The government should take great care in how they continue to address the people involved in this industry.
We are not second class citizens. We are not criminals. We are hard working honest every day people that keep this great country of ours going. If you continue to treat us like criminals and put us in jail, or break into our businesses during normal hours of operation just to steal money and cannabis, you are going to start a civil war you will not win. No body will win. Every life lost, every family member incarcerated, every dollar that gets spent on fighting this legal battle, takes away money and able bodies from the community it lives and thrives in. You cannot win, because we have the truth on our side. You have lied, but now we control the flow of information. It’s better to stop now, apologize, reschedule, and end this silly war on drugs before things go too far. Though some of us would say things are far passed that point. It’s up to you. Get links on how you can help support the movement after the break.