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Question for "outlaw" states Cannabis consumers...

Discussion in 'The Black Briefcase' started by ktmac20, Aug 9, 2017.

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    deep_rob

    deep_rob Member

    back home, there was always seelction, even if it was one kind. We grew up on mexican, central and south amercians. If u had 10 dealers, each with mexican schwagg, each dude would have a differnt type or grade of mexican, so there was variety.. SSSC stock hit like around 89 and 1990.. NL#5 hit in the 90's, it was the gold standard. Indoor was called hydro, and even if there wasnt a named strain, one dude's "dro" was always differnt from another dude's "dro". Midwest kindbud was in there too, later it was called corn, and still each dude's stash was differnt. Dutch strians were still the topshelf then and until the turn of the century. I moved and years later when i return, i saw the selection had turned into all chemdawg bullshit. Og kush, cookies, diesels everywhere. More choices in the cities than rural areas, but no matter how many choices, youre still limited to chemdawg lineage nowadays. Pens and edibles are everywhere. they are legit in packages and labeled. Once in a blue moon, u see a homemade pen..
    That being said, the best ganja is always the ganja that you grow yurself. Homegrown will always be better than any street weed or dispensary garbage.
     
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    FunkeyMunkey

    FunkeyMunkey Well-Known Member

    Man I spent 4 years of college in Charleston and the women are beyond beautiful down there. Born and raised about two hours from there. Honestly I’d say the last 3 years I’ve been able to find almost anything I’ve wanted here in SC. Cartridges were all the rage last year and now I could regularly get zips for 180-200 of some top shelf stuff. Just a year or two ago zips were 250-300 still. When I first started growing zips were 300 with 20$ grams and you never knew what you got.
     
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