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 on: April 20, 2018, 08:35:17 pm 
Started by patric - Last post by heironymouspasparagus
I don't think I uh, people I know ever paid less than a few hundred for an ounce.



I remember people buying at the standard price of the time at $20 an ounce.  Sometimes they would get it for $15....

I can see today's market would keep me off pot forever, even if legal.  Unless I grow my own...



 72 
 on: April 20, 2018, 08:33:19 pm 
Started by Conan71 - Last post by heironymouspasparagus
Most sitting Presidents do not attend former First Lady's funerals.  Last one was JFK.   (And I can't believe I am defending Trump in any way...)  Plus, I'm sure they really don't want him there.


I certainly would not invite him.  His position is by definition top statesman in the country.  And we see  how that is working out...   Sound like the First Porn Star will go.


 73 
 on: April 20, 2018, 08:03:01 pm 
Started by patric - Last post by dbacksfan 2.0
Im sure people with family suffering from cancer find this very cute:


In recognition of 420 the Tulsa Police Department is working on a Marijuana Detection Kit....do you have a sudden case of the munchies?

We also offer a free weighing service to verify the weight of your Marijuana. If you have some Marijuana that you would like an official weight on, please contact your nearest officer.

The officer will be happy to weigh your Marijuana and provide you with a certified weight in the form of a citation, or for some lucky citizens the officer will offer you deluxe accommodations in one of our lovely facilities located in the downtown area.
https://www.facebook.com/tulsapolice/photos/a.376369998662.155038.50187668662/10155461932323663/?type=3


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 74 
 on: April 20, 2018, 07:46:32 pm 
Started by patric - Last post by patric
Im sure people with family suffering from cancer find this very cute:


In recognition of 420 the Tulsa Police Department is working on a Marijuana Detection Kit....do you have a sudden case of the munchies?

We also offer a free weighing service to verify the weight of your Marijuana. If you have some Marijuana that you would like an official weight on, please contact your nearest officer.

The officer will be happy to weigh your Marijuana and provide you with a certified weight in the form of a citation, or for some lucky citizens the officer will offer you deluxe accommodations in one of our lovely facilities located in the downtown area.
https://www.facebook.com/tulsapolice/photos/a.376369998662.155038.50187668662/10155461932323663/?type=3

 75 
 on: April 20, 2018, 07:31:39 pm 
Started by patric - Last post by dbacksfan 2.0
I don't think I uh, people I know ever paid less than a few hundred for an ounce.

Supply and demand. There are several farms between where I live and I-5 that you can actually smell the grow in the air right before the harvest. The western side of the Cascade Range is a great environment for growing. Temperate climate, moist soil, near lots of rainfall and watershed. The grow farms are near the same areas that are popular for vineyards for wine production, and the state allows people to have a certain amount of land that with the permits grow pot as a crop, and there are a lot of people that grow various strains from basic to Maui Wowy, to Red Hair Sensimilla, and everything in between. It was really funny last year when I was headed out to a track weekend at Laguna Seca, that as I drove through certain areas I could smell the pot in the air.

The link below is the area that you can drive through and smell it growing.

https://goo.gl/maps/Ckyv1aQ8zbt

 76 
 on: April 20, 2018, 05:40:52 pm 
Started by erfalf - Last post by Conan71
I think I have mentioned this before, but Shortie's Food Truck had previously openned a fixed location on Frank Phillips. Last year they announced they were moving into the garage space behind the Pioneer Building on Dewey. Literally you access this place from the alley. I have already been several times (as I am a sucker for their street tacos) and it's actually pretty cool. The food truck is actually the kitchen and they just hand the food to servers through the window. I have never seen anything like this to date, but it seems brilliant. Not sure what kind of codes the building must adhere to or if that would ever be a problem. No kitchen inside though so I figure that has to make things a bit easier.





Also, a new fancy pants coffee house has opened.



And the tiny, well little, houses are coming along on the west side.



Nice stuff going on there in Bartlesville.

A restaurant opened in Mosquero, NM (Population 94) about 90 miles from here in roughly a 2000' square foot open span building.  Instead of a costly kitchen build-out, they brought in a food trailer, re-habbed the bathrooms and brought in a bunch of tables.  It's an all sanitary set up and much cheaper than trying to bring an old building up to sanitary and plumbing codes.  That kind of thinking would help many more businesses in brick districts I'm sure, so long as the buildings are structurally sound.

 77 
 on: April 20, 2018, 05:34:59 pm 
Started by patric - Last post by Conan71
You should see the shops here today. Several are having 420 specials where you can get an ounce of buds for $28.00, limit one per customer. No shake/stems/junk,  just buds of the type of your choice.  Three or four of the shops have had lines 30 people deep waiting in line to get in to the shops.

I don't think I uh, people I know ever paid less than a few hundred for an ounce.

 78 
 on: April 20, 2018, 04:23:56 pm 
Started by patric - Last post by dbacksfan 2.0
They didn't mention Jane Fest in the story, I thought that was the original impetus.

You should see the shops here today. Several are having 420 specials where you can get an ounce of buds for $28.00, limit one per customer. No shake/stems/junk,  just buds of the type of your choice.  Three or four of the shops have had lines 30 people deep waiting in line to get in to the shops.

 79 
 on: April 20, 2018, 03:43:44 pm 
Started by erfalf - Last post by erfalf
I think I have mentioned this before, but Shortie's Food Truck had previously openned a fixed location on Frank Phillips. Last year they announced they were moving into the garage space behind the Pioneer Building on Dewey. Literally you access this place from the alley. I have already been several times (as I am a sucker for their street tacos) and it's actually pretty cool. The food truck is actually the kitchen and they just hand the food to servers through the window. I have never seen anything like this to date, but it seems brilliant. Not sure what kind of codes the building must adhere to or if that would ever be a problem. No kitchen inside though so I figure that has to make things a bit easier.





Also, a new fancy pants coffee house has opened.



And the tiny, well little, houses are coming along on the west side.


 80 
 on: April 20, 2018, 02:31:27 pm 
Started by joiei - Last post by Hoss
Sorry about that bad link.  I copied the wrong one.  I was confused.  Thanks for the helping hand. 

Yeah I thought for a minute you were reviewing the California location but was confused as this forum is a sub forum of "Talk about Tulsa".

No big deal.

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