I'm amazed you can exhibit such foresight from under that bridge!
I often scoff at marketing ploys, but game demos are a good thing. As long as this doesn't increase the price of the discs, this is more value for your dollar- it isn't as if you have to play the demo to watch your movie.
Now, just watch them bundle some highly anticipated game demo exclusively with some crap film- SURPRISE HOME MOVIE SALES HIT OF THE SUMMER!
I assume that I have one of the least ergonomic setups imaginable, but I figure that since I started with the OxyContin before my back begins to hurt, as long as I keep it up I'll never know!
VIVA OXYCONTIN!!1 VIVA GRADUATING TO HEROIN!!1 VIVA SUBOXONE TREATMENT!!1 VIVA FALLING OFF THE WAGON AND GOING BACK TO STEP 1!!!1
Technically, THC is a mild hallucinogen. If you want to feel its hallucinogenic effects, I recommend getting yourself a pollinating grinder or box, scoring a hefty amount of kief, and try smoking an entire bowl taken from some really good dank. Odds are if you don't live in California, Colorado, Oregon or Washington, you wont be finding weed good enough to warrant putting in a pollinator.
BUT! If you can find pot that good, I recommend the Space Case brand of grinders. They are amazing. If for some reason I was forced to give up all of my paraphernalia save for one, my space case would be what I keep. I love it.
As far as pot goes, it isn't excreted in your saliva. Consequently, saliva drug tests can only score positives for pot if there is still residue in your mouth from the last time you were smoking, and even then only if it was relatively recent (a few hours). So, as long as they're using saliva for the test, they should not be able to pull positives when you aren't high. Now, if they had a curtain and a cup, that would be a different story.
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A judge in Alameda County, California, has voided some election results after the e-voting tallies from Diebold machines couldn't be audited. The vote was on a controversial ballot measure addressing the operation of medical marijuana dispensaries, and the expected result was a close margin. Activists went to court to demand a recount, but elections officials had
(1) Never draw what you can copy. (2) Never copy what you can trace. (3) Never trace what you can cut out and paste down.