Jan 7, 2013
On this month's episode of the Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast,
the Dopefiend talks about how the mainstream media is beginning to
accept that cannabis users are part of mainstream culture, as
reflected by TV shows like Showtime's Weeds. Next, the Dopefiend
takes an in-depth look at the hottest new portable vaporizer on the
market, the Pax by Ploom, and takes it out into busy central London
to test-drive it on the tube and railway network in order to
establish its effectiveness and stealthiness. Next, the Dopefiend
talks about synthetic cannabinoid research chemicals, such as
AM2201, and whether it's a good idea to swap illegal cannabis for
these supposedly legal alternatives, before some reggae flavour
from DopeTriber Steg G. Next, the Dopefiend is joined by DopeTriber
TeenagePie, host of Dopefiend.co.uk's new series Get High which
launches next week. They talk about why the end of the world didn't
come, but how the zombie hordes still need to be battled, thereby
creating a need for TeenagePie's new fortnightly podcast, despite
his fears. The podcasting pair go on to chat about the dangers of
becoming a well-known weed user, the pros and cons of being open
about our drug use, as well as wake-and-baking, why music is the
perfect accompaniment to a high, old-school macguyver smoking
methods and what led him to embrace the vaporizer revolution,
stoner guilt, and what the DopeTribe can expect from his new show.
Don't miss Get High next Monday, and the Cannabulletin with Homer
the Stoner the following week! The Dopecast returns on Monday
February 4th and the first Monday of every month. Email email@example.com, send us a
@dopefiend and the new
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Don't miss this week's DopeTribe Live! here on Dopefiend.co.uk on Sunday at 7pm UK time, or at these times around the world: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?day=7&month=10&year=2012&hour=19&min=0&sec=0&p1=136
Hear more from this month's featured musical artist, Steg G. here: www.powercutproductions.com
Podcast Image: The Pax by Ploom. Submit your pics here by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Playlist: Sasha Wins & Igor Shep, Trotzkopf - Dissecting A Fog (Andrei Fiber Love TV Remix); Melos - Incapable (original); Professor Angel Sound - GO; Psycliq - House of the Rising Sun; Steg G - Ackee; The Librarian - Slow; Klake - Grace; Mariane Mattoso - Infância; Samba de Rainha - Sem Moral; Ilham Al Madfai - Baghdad; Edu Puperi - Valsa da mãe Terra; Barrett Martin Group - Overture I: Barbary Coast; Jahmeekye - God in Control
Sasha Wins & Igor Shep, Trotzkopf
"Dissecting A Fog" (mp3)
from "From Techno With Love vol. 12"
(Future Semantica Recordings)
from "Without an agile mind we are incapable of escaping the tangled mess we call life "
Professor Angel Sound
"GO " (mp3)
from "GO Remixed"
(Post World Industries)
"House of the Rising Sun" (mp3)
from "House of the Rising Sun"
(Race Car Productions)
from "Still Volume 2"
Samba de Rainha
"Sem Moral" (mp3)
from "Contrariando a Regra"
Ilham Al Madfai
from "World Routes - On The Road"
Edu Puperi Quarteto
"Valsa da mÃ£e Terra" (mp3)
from "Toca aÃ meu!"
Barrett Martin Group
"Overture I: Barbary Coast" (mp3)
"God in Control" (mp3)
from "Spread Your Love"