Thanks for checking out the latest episode of the Hot Box. I’m Mat Lee, and in this episode I have two fantastic interviews for you. First up you’ll hear from Montana Patient Outreach Advocate Tayln Lang about where things are regarding Montana’s medical marijuana industry. After that I have a chat with LEAP member Regina Hufnagel. The original reason for the interview was to talk about what Canada is doing with a legal heroin program. Being the passionate individuals we are, we talked about so much more than just that. I want to thank Sean Monroy from 420 Friendly Illustrations for making our new Hot Box logo.
“My beard is going to be gray by the time that happens.”
Welcome back to the Hot Box marijuana podcast. It’s been quite the hiatus and a ton of stuff has happened while we’ve been off doing other projects. Thanks for sticking with us and checking out the show. I hope you all have had ample time to get yourselves caught up on all 139 episodes of the Hot Box. Mat Lee and Ian Baker back to kick around some cannabis news, and tell you how we think it is. If you have any questions or comments, you can always email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a message at 406.204.4687.
“Statistically speaking, one out of five dudes is just going to be a raging d bag.”
Hello, welcome, and happy 420 to all our cannabis loving friends. This is episode 138 of the Hot Box, our more or less monthly marijuana talk show. This is a very exciting time as far as drug policy reform goes, and we are glad to be here sifting through all the bullshit so we can discuss the truly important ideas. Some of these stories aren’t so happy, but that’s how it goes when marijuana is in the news and people have not so hidden agendas. Join us as we analyze cannabis news and tell you what you need to know.
“The war on drugs is over.”
Welcome to another episode of your favorite marijuana / cannabis talk show, the Hot Box. Mat Lee here with some show notes for episode 133. We recorded on Saturday so we could interview another member of LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) on the show. Let’s welcome Diane Goldstein to the Hot Box. Join us as we discuss changing drug policy, Obama VS Biden, some international drug policy, states rights, and the newly passed marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado. This is a great conversation so keep reading for links to more information on Diane Goldstein, LEAP, and the articles we discussed. Thanks for listening, and help spread the word by clicking the share buttons. Interact with us throughout the week on the big three. Find the Hot Box on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
“The main thing we should protect our kids from is ignorance.”
Today was an election day so I hope people made an effort to get out and try to help make better laws happen. If you’re ever curious about politicians in your state check with norml.org and look for your state voters guide. (Mat in. I tried to find it on the NORML website, but failed miserably. I did find this voter guide by Vote Hemp however, so I hope it’s useful. Mat out.) They are full of helpful information you care about. Now, it’s time for the show.
“This one guy, he affected how everybody is seeing it now, which is really sad.”
We’re back! Not that there was any cause for concern, but everyday that I’m still in business is a good day, and I’m thankful I can still help all my patients. The only little thing that may need to be nipped in the bud quick is certain people thinking that because I have a heart and marijuana leaf on my shirt I will just sell to you… Do you ask a pharmacist for lortab if you see him in his white jacket outside the pharmacy? I am trying to run a business here people! Also, why must you cause accident after accident in the store if you see my work shirt? Display cases, other carts, and other people’s feet are un-necessary casualties of your surprise. I have a pot leaf on my shirt with my name on it. What is this world coming to?