Humboldt medical marijuana panel urge...

Humboldt medical marijuana panel urges industry to seize opportunities

There are 59 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Jul 25, 2010, titled Humboldt medical marijuana panel urges industry to seize opportunities. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

As Humboldt County's well-known marijuana industry faces potential legalization, cannabis experts gathered in Bayside Saturday to share information about how it might seize the opportunities of the day and prepare for a different future.

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whatevah

Arcata, CA

#42 Jul 26, 2010
Until the Humboldt Medical Marijuana Advisory Panel advocates fo ALL citizens (i.e. those of us who ended up living next door to a grow house when the pot farmers moved in) they won't get much suppoet from the rest of us.

Get the pot factories out of the residential neighborhoods.
buttered bread

United States

#43 Jul 26, 2010
whatevah wrote:
Until the Humboldt Medical Marijuana Advisory Panel advocates fo ALL citizens (i.e. those of us who ended up living next door to a grow house when the pot farmers moved in) they won't get much suppoet from the rest of us.
Get the pot factories out of the residential neighborhoods.
I agree...
buttered bread

United States

#44 Jul 26, 2010
whatevah wrote:
Until the Humboldt Medical Marijuana Advisory Panel advocates fo ALL citizens (i.e. those of us who ended up living next door to a grow house when the pot farmers moved in) they won't get much suppoet from the rest of us.
Get the pot factories out of the residential neighborhoods.
It would behoove communities in rural areas to create co-op's to develop their unique strains/blends and create their own product's.
There is no reason to be growing in residential neighborhoods. We have plenty of rural land in which to grow and manufacture.
Harry

United States

#45 Jul 26, 2010
buttered bread wrote:
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It would behoove communities in rural areas to create co-op's to develop their unique strains/blends and create their own product's.
There is no reason to be growing in residential neighborhoods. We have plenty of rural land in which to grow and manufacture.
Most people buy indoor cloned pot. There will be no market for outdoor, just look at the Southern California community of Oakland, if pot is legalized. Better build some more nuclear power plants to power all those lights and market the pot as carbon neutral (nuclear power is carbon neutral).
KnowItAll

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#46 Jul 26, 2010
over it wrote:
The best possible thing will be a dramatic turn to the right in these November elections. Marijuana legalization will lose as well as the Democrats. The right wing of the Republican Party will emerge victorious and begin destroying all this fake "medical" growing. Legitimate patients will be able to get their medicine but all this fake-o growing will be persecuted. The helicopters will fly again and a new era of CAMP will begin. All the pussies will get scared and run away with their trust funds to wherever the new "cool" place is. Prices will go up again. Not for greed, just so hard-working people with balls can afford to stay in this beautiful county. This Gallegos approach has brought us boatloads of weak-willed idiots with no concern for this county. Start busting and watch them tremble-Ha!
Screw You. Don't you know that Jesus is a LIBERAL???
Harry

United States

#48 Jul 26, 2010
KnowItAll wrote:
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Screw You. Don't you know that Jesus is a LIBERAL???
Was a liberal.
buttered bread

United States

#49 Jul 26, 2010
Harry wrote:
<quoted text>Most people buy indoor cloned pot. There will be no market for outdoor, just look at the Southern California community of Oakland, if pot is legalized. Better build some more nuclear power plants to power all those lights and market the pot as carbon neutral (nuclear power is carbon neutral).
It will separate the professional from the not...
I might be naive but the way I see it is indoor growing will not be economically feasible in a legal market...
Large scale mass growing of indoor cannabis will be very difficult to grow organically. Tell the truth the only organic indoor I have seen has been grown in small operations.

I know a professional outdoor grower can grow a product superior to indoor and has in fact been marketed as indoor in some cases.
It has only been the illegality of the industry that forces the outdoor grower to have a product that does not look as good as indoor. That and the fact that allot of folk that don't know what they are doing are producing an inferior product.

Any connoisseur of cannabis prefer's well grown outdoor to indoor any day. It tastes better and has a better quality high.
Harry

United States

#50 Jul 26, 2010
buttered bread wrote:
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It will separate the professional from the not...
I might be naive but the way I see it is indoor growing will not be economically feasible in a legal market...
Large scale mass growing of indoor cannabis will be very difficult to grow organically. Tell the truth the only organic indoor I have seen has been grown in small operations.
I know a professional outdoor grower can grow a product superior to indoor and has in fact been marketed as indoor in some cases.
It has only been the illegality of the industry that forces the outdoor grower to have a product that does not look as good as indoor. That and the fact that allot of folk that don't know what they are doing are producing an inferior product.
Any connoisseur of cannabis prefer's well grown outdoor to indoor any day. It tastes better and has a better quality high.
Thanks for the information. I didn't know that.
Puritan Party

Fremont, CA

#51 Jul 26, 2010
buttered bread wrote:
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Your not rightwing your a puritan, plain and simple... It is not a conservative ideal to continue with prohibition. Why don't you all name your party to follow your views...The puritan party! and let us true republicans have our party back!
Well said. Perhaps if the Puritan Party doesn't suit them they could call it the "Nanny-State Party", or maybe the "Freedom-Haters Party".
Harry

United States

#52 Jul 26, 2010
Palin's Puritan Party to replace the Tea Bag Party!
Marie

United States

#53 Jul 26, 2010
Corning teacher hit, killed in Chico
CHP: Driver under influence of marijuana
By GREG WELTER MediaNews Group Writer

www.redbluffdailynews.com/ci_15585779...

"...arrested on suspicion of felony driving under the influence of marijuana and vehicular manslaughter."
burn the tea party

Mckinleyville, CA

#54 Jul 26, 2010
Most of you people would not like anarchy because there is no one telling you what to think or how to act. You would be lost.
burn the tea party

Mckinleyville, CA

#55 Jul 26, 2010
Keep getting behind these political figure heads and see where that leads the country. You ready to stand behind your beliefs when there is no police force or emergency services. Would you take a drink of water from a grower?
burn the tea party

Mckinleyville, CA

#56 Jul 26, 2010
Vote in your corrupt elections, pay your corrupt politicians, and collect your government benefits because you are Amerikkkan and you like it.
Harry

United States

#57 Jul 26, 2010
burn the tea party wrote:
Would you take a drink of water from a grower?
If I was thirsty, yes. What's your point?
hammertime

Paris, France

#58 Jul 27, 2010
Everybody knew it wasn't going to last forever.Quit crying and re-invent yourselves!
Skeptic

Fremont, CA

#59 Jul 27, 2010
I have read the text of Proposition 19, the Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act and I am against it.

For openers why don't we vote on a Cannabis Legalization Act.

How many young people are imprisoned or had educational benefits withheld because of cannabis convictions? Prop 19 promises additional enforcement.

First, legalization. Clear the decks, clean the records. And then, after the market settles, it might be appropriate for government employees to begin scheming on how to get their hands on the cash to line their golden pension plans.
ashLee RoachClip

Eureka, CA

#60 Jul 27, 2010
Skeptic wrote:
I have read the text of Proposition 19, the Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act and I am against it.
For openers why don't we vote on a Cannabis Legalization Act.
How many young people are imprisoned or had educational benefits withheld because of cannabis convictions? Prop 19 promises additional enforcement.
First, legalization. Clear the decks, clean the records. And then, after the market settles, it might be appropriate for government employees to begin scheming on how to get their hands on the cash to line their golden pension plans.
I 100% agree.
It breaks my heart to vote NO on a Prop 19 but who wrote this bill?
We've been had.---by rich Bay area di$pencary owners?

There was another bollot petition out there that called for just what we're saying.Full legalization and clean slates for all past cannabis convictions.It was written and sponsored by Lawyers,but they didn't spend the $$million$ that the Prop 19 folks did????
Red Bean

Alameda, CA

#61 Jul 27, 2010
Well Humboldt START PLANTING OPIUM PODS! HA HA HA
hammertime wrote:
Everybody knew it wasn't going to last forever.Quit crying and re-invent yourselves!

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