Cannabis Day

Submitted by ub on Fri, 04/20/2018 - 08:25

Is Boehner a stoner? Has Mitch begun to pitch? From politicians to artists like Louis Armstrong and Lady Gaga, musicians love their weed, claiming pot can help with creativity, aid relaxation, even for mind expansion.

As it goes mainstream, people are rethinking Marijuana because it’s racist, and instead, saying cannabis.

Individuals should say what they like, but this rule is too simplistic for such a complex drug. We should develop more, not fewer, words for what we need to say. Why there are so many different names for weed

Why it can be okay to call it ‘marijuana’ instead of ‘cannabis’…

The Beatles 1966's Revolver LP is generally thought of as one of their many upbeat love songs but according to Paul McCartney, the love object in this particular instance is a weed.

This song's woozy chorus, along with the claim that a rainy day woman is old-school weed-head slang for a joint though some new-school stoners will also point out that 12 X 35 = 420

Kaya is an ode and Marley once explained, is Jamaican slang for "herb"

A Willie Nelson honky-tonk song that instructs the listener on just what to do with his ashes after he exits, with guest verses from Tha Doggfather, Kris Kristofferson) and Jamey Johnson), but you'd be hard-pressed to find a more heartwarming song about cremation.