Wednesday, March 20Urban Hippie

Author: Sasha Lekach

Elon Musk tells '60 Minutes' he has 'no idea' how to smoke weed

Elon Musk tells '60 Minutes' he has 'no idea' how to smoke weed

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk took a puff off a joint three months ago and people are still talking about it.  In a preview Friday for an upcoming 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl, Musk defends his brush with marijuana.  "I am somewhat impulsive and don't want to adhere to some CEO template," he says. When she grills him on the pot, he replies, "I do not smoke pot. As anyone who watched that podcast can tell I have no idea how to smoke pot, or anything." SEE ALSO: OK, everybody: Stop pot-shaming Elon Musk It's pretty evident from footage of Joe Rogan's podcast that Musk didn't inhale and didn't really know what he was doing, but it hasn't stopped everyone from Fox News to NASA from making the smoking incident into a huge deal. Read more...More about Elon Musk, Weed, 60 Minutes, Tech, and E
The plan to get Congress super stoned on 420

The plan to get Congress super stoned on 420

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The same group that offered a free joint to Inauguration Day attendees is puff, puff, passing along the free cannabis to Capitol Hill workers. To properly celebrate 420 in the nation's capital, on Thursday from (high) noon until 4:20 p.m., the pro-marijuana group DCMJ is handing out two free joints to members of Congress and congressional staffers, interns, and other workers — and credentialed journalists.  The group will be passing out joints on non-federal land since the city of D.C. allows possession of a small amount of marijuana, but the federal government does not. SEE ALSO: Liquor sales haven't dropped where weed is legal, and people still go out, new analysis says Read more...More about Washington Dc, Congress, 420, Weed, and Watercooler Source: Marshable
Sigur Rós launches a weed candy because their music is best enjoyed stoned

Sigur Rós launches a weed candy because their music is best enjoyed stoned

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Gum drops have never been so soothing now that Icelandic rock band Sigur Rós has its own line of cannabis gummies. The band's earthy, ephemeral tunes will be even more chill after the "Wild Sigurberry" THC-infused gum drops are released next week. SEE ALSO: Patrick Stewart reveals he uses weed like, every single day The group teamed up with cannabis retailer Lord Jones to create the medicated gum drops inspired by the flavors of the group's native Iceland, apparently known for its foraged berries, including wild blackberries, strawberries and blueberries. The Wild Sigurberry treats come in five THC and CBD (cannabidiol, a cannabis extract) dosages, so there's plenty of options. THC will get you high, but CBD not as much. Read more...More about Marijuana, Weed, Cannabis, Edibles, and Sigur