Welcome back to another fresh episode of the Hot Box marijuana podcast. In today’s episode, I have to start out by apologizing for the bandwidth issues. Apparently there was a problem with the line box that was causing my connection to reset. The hangouts audio might be a little better if you want to watch the live show, but I cleaned up the podcast audio as best as I could. All that aside let’s welcome Nathan Betts back to the show to talk about some updates in Clarkston, and some other interesting marijuana news. Be sure to subscribe to the show in iTunes and write us a review. We’re also on Stitcher, and of course, YouTube. You can also catch all the good stuff stoners like I’m writing about on my SSL page.
It’s not all happy pot plants, sunshine, and rainbows here in Washington. While some towns and counties have completely embraced the cannabis industry, others have not been so inviting. As we’ll hear in episode 158 of the Hot Box, Nathan Betts is living in one such town. But rather than try to shut down the cannabis industry the corrupt “legal way” like was tried in Montana with the medical marijuana industry, this small town city council in Clarkston Washington has gone above and beyond the standards for corruption in any size town. Keep reading for links to more information and what you can do to help. We also announce the winner of the Herb Boxx giveaway. Thanks for listening!
The re legalization of cannabis for medical, and more recently recreational use has opened the door to a lot of cool new companies. On the Hot Box podcast, I’ve interviewed quite a few, most recently Derek Silverio from Lifted Industry, Alison Parker from Dude Where’s my Ferret, and Marshall Hayner from Trees.Delivery. On Friday I had a chance to chat with Kenya Brantley from Herb Boxx.
Kenya has been kind enough to offer to sponsor the show. You’ve probably noticed that all of the shows I host are ad free. I like to keep them that way for one main reason. I don’t like ads. What I do like is watching all of these new businesses emerge with the birth of the cannabis industry. This happens to be something I’m passionate about. So passionate in fact I moved to Washington to pursue a career in it. You can read about that here on Stuff Stoners Like article about weed refugees. So with that rationale moving forward, sure, if you make something cool, send it to me, and if I think it’s awesome and use it, I’ll be happy to talk about it on the show.
Welcome back to a new episode of the Hot Box. We’re kicking back enjoying a day off on Saturday. It’s episode 156, and we have another fantastic weed interview. This time we had a chance to talk with Lifted Industry founder and CEO Derek Silverio about their new Rize Customizable Vaporizer. If you get in while the getting’s good, like from now till Sunday, you can do what we did and get in on the Memorial Rize 3-in-1 XL Sale! It’s all three attachments for e-juice, dry herb, oils, and waxes, and it’s only $79. It’s a cool product from a cool Seattle based startup company. If you like vaping herbs, erls, or waxes, you’ll want to get one of these bad boys. Thanks for checking out the episode, and we’ll talk to you soon!
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!
Here’s a new episode of the Hot Box. What do you need to know? Bj from the Jamhole and I talk to CEO of Trees.Delivery Marshall Hayner. Keep reading for more links, and show notes for the marijuana news we discuss. Topics include what’s messed up with Montana’s medical marijuana, some ridiculously misleading headlines, taking cannabis oil in school for epilepsy and autism, and a bunch more people get sick smoking that fake ass weed bullshit. All this and a great interview with Trees.delivery CEO Marshall Hayner. Thanks for checking out the show!
A new episode of the Hot Box you say? No way possible. It’s just been too long. But that’s the great thing about the internet. It doesn’t matter how long it’s been. If you are one of the loyal listeners that stayed subscribed, anxiously waiting for the next episode to be posted, your time has finally come. We’re bringing the show back with a little help from our good friends over at Stuff Stoners Like.
So much has happened since the last episode. Take a listen or catch up by following me on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Instagram. You can also catch up with episodes of the Jamhole. You’ll get a much more in depth overview that way. You should also give the Hot Box Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ page a follow while you’re at it. We’ll be using these to post all sorts of fun show and cannabis related stuff. Check out the links in the notes, and we’ll talk to you soon.