May 3, 2017

Facts and Alt-Facts: How 2 Labs Report on Potency

In this post, I am going to spare you my interpretation. I’m just going to show you two graphs (and a morphed combination of the two). My expectation is that some of the readers of this post who take a minute or two to go through the homework I’m about to suggest will then take the time to share how the actual data in the graphs supports and/or opposes the image they formed in their heads by conducting the following mind experiment: Please relax. If not contra-indicated by any of […]
May 2, 2017

MayDay Anarchists Funding our Government

On Monday, the State of Washington saw $2,429,211 in pre-tax Cannabis sales reported by State-legal and duly regulated Cannabis Retail establishments. This is a rather large number for a Monday. I’m guessing it was directly from participants in many of the primarily peaceful and compassionate marches and celebrations around the State. I’m further guessing that the Anarchistic sub-elements (Jerry — you know who I’m talking to behind that silky-smooth mask) likely consumed, per-capita, much more than your average MayDayer. Between Excise tax and State Sales tax (37% and 6.5%, respectively), […]
May 1, 2017

PSA 7b – Know What is Testing your Cannabis

As a follow-on to my recent posts regarding the odd results being reported by lab 0015 (PEAK ANALYTICS) and the degree of lab-induced Stenchyness gracing the shelves of some of the stores around the State, I have received a number of requests to fully unblind the labs that my original series called out. I’ve attached here a grid that will let you know which lab was which (in the Lab A through Lab N coding I used to blind the reader (and myself) to their identity. In addition, here is […]
April 28, 2017

Store Stenchyness – Don’t let the Friendlies Kill You

This is intended to be #7 in my series of PSAs (Patient Service Announcements). I hope you are all enjoying the medical market that our legislators created for you in SSB-5052. At least the CPC products are back on the market and some of the old growers and dispensaries have made it over. Too few, though. Sigh….. As of April 24, the DOH Patient database contained 20,516 patients and designated providers who have been registered and have received valid Patient Recognition cards. Wow! That’s the biggest audience I’ve ever reached […]