Monthly Archives: July 2012

Ruscha, via Renee.


Another way of looking at it, suggested by California NORML Director Dale Gieringer, is that we should expect legal pot to cost about the same amount as “other legal herbs such as tea or tobacco,” something perhaps “100 times lower than the current prevailing price of $300 per ounce—or a few cents per joint.” This would make pot far and away the cheapest intoxicant on the market, absolutely blowing beer and liquor out of the water. Joints would be about as cheap as things that are often treated as free. Splenda packets, for example, cost 2 or 3 cents each when purchased in bulk.

Free markets, free minds.

I just turned 26.

I’m Losing My Edge/ LCD Soundsystem/ LCD Soundsystem

Confused about Mitt Romney’s business record? I needed particle physics to sort the whole thing out.