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June 30, 2016

Poem: The Grass is Always Greener

Re-post of the first poem I published on the old High Intelligence Blog (I did not transfer my poetry when I migrated to Straight Line Analytics’ site … trying to appear professional and all, you see). As I believe this poem to be largely in compliance with that which is about to be considered medicine here in WA, I’ve opted to introduce you to a new logo — which you’ll be seeing more of should anyone opt to begin manufacturing and selling medical cannabis in the legal market at some point […]
June 25, 2016

PSA1 – Potency in the Regulated Market

For my first Patient Service Announcement, my goal is to provide you with a vetted listing of some “High-THC” and some “High-CBD” flower options that were tested between January and April of this year in the Washington’s regulated Cannabis market.  This market (as discussed below) forces the consumer and patient to rely more upon what the label says about the bud to make informed purchase decisions than was necessary in the access points that are now all but gone. In just over 5 days, the destructive creation of WA’s “newer and better-for-you” medical system […]
June 22, 2016

PSA Announcement – For the Patients

Just a quick announcement that on Saturday, I’ll begin publishing a series of Patient Service Announcements (PSAs) here on HI-Blog for those patients being forced to migrate next week to either the regulated retail market or to the soon-to-be-thriving criminal one here in Washington State. The announcement I put out to many of my contacts this morning went like this: ********************************************************************** For the Patients …. but also for the soul of this industry The WSLCB  just released the June Traceability database update, containing lots of data through April of this year.  My thanks to the […]
June 21, 2016

Two Wrongs do not Make a Right

Author’s note: This is my 7th complete re-write of this article.  Each time I wrote it over the past 2 weeks, I found myself getting too negative and, in particular, getting negative towards the UW (an institution that I have great respect and affection for). So:  Here is a less negative version.  I hope the tone helps encourage folks to take this issue seriously.  If you agree with my calls to action below, please let the UW know (the Regents, the President, the Department Chair of the Law School, and […]