Nov 12, 2012
On this week's episode of the Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast,
the Dopefiend talks about the amazing results for cannabis users
from last week's US Elections, which saw legal recreational
cannabis hit the United States in Colorado and Washington. The
Dopefiend talks through what the new laws will mean for DopeTribers
in those states, whether the result will affect the federal ban on
cannabis, and why President Obama's response to the vote will
likely decide the future of the War on Drugs, not just for the US,
but for the rest of the world. Moving onto the emails, the
Dopefiend talks about whether it's safe to smoke and drive, and why
the Washington bill's restricitons on THC blood level could
infringe human rights, and gives some advice to Suzie, who wants to
embrace the vaporizer revolution but also wants to carefully
administer micro-doses without getting too stoned to function.
Carrying DopeDog Miles into the VaporLounge, the Dopefiend
celebrates this week's incredible news with some tokes of fresh G13
Haze grown by Aunt Bessie, and gives a further update on the saga
of Dopegirl's recent dalliance with dope. After a Miles-inspired
musical interlude, the Dopefiend reads an update on the
legalization of Cannabis in Uruguay from DopeTriber Spradling, and
gives Komrade Komura's response to Paul McCartney's decision to
give up his cannabis habit. Finally, Shock and Stoo give their
response to the election results. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, send us a
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Playlist: dJ ArkAngel - Higher (X-Mix); Thumpty Jumpty - Never Let You Go; OjOjOj - Zerkala (Original Mix); Psycliq - House of the Rising Sun (Instrumental); The Headroom Project - Kiss Someday Babe; Miles Davis - In A Silent Way (DJ Cam Remix); Mano de Dios - Mandinga; Rael da Rima - Prepare; Pil Oliveira - Eletrojunglejazzyhousingfunkyblues; Frank Herzberg Trio - Mil Saudades; Arthur de Faria & Seu Conjunto - Prenda Minha; Tony Thomas Trio - Melodious Funk; WinStrong - Hungry Days feat. Ishi Dube and Jah Dan Blakkamoore
from "Higher - Single"
"Never Let You Go " (mp3)
from "Never Let You Go"
from "Zerkala - EP"
"House of the Rising Sun (Instrumental)" (mp3)
from "House of the Rising Sun"
The Headroom Project
"Kiss Someday Babe" (mp3)
Mano de Dios
from "Sleep Through the Morning Light"
Rael da Rima
from "MP3 - Música Popular do 3o. Mundo"
from "Cool Deep Jingle Blues"
Frank Herzberg Trio
"Mil Saudades" (mp3)
Arthur de Faria & Seu Conjunto
"Prenda Minha" (mp3)
from "Música pra Ouvir Sentado"
Tony Thomas Trio
"Melodious Funk" (mp3)
"Hungry Days feat. Ishi Dube and Jah Dan Blakkamoore " (mp3)
from "Ghetto Hymns"