Are you aware that 1934’s Murder at the Vanities showed women smoking weed, two years before Reefer Madness was released and the Hays Code began controlling Hollywood content? That smoking weed subsequently wouldn’t be depicted in film for about three decades?
You really don’t know these facts? Because ignorance is destroying America, consider watching this this two-and-a-half-minute video.
- Pre-Cheech and Chong’s cinematic exploits, Easy Rider is considered the film that brought pot back to what once was widely known as The Big Screen.
- Eighties films such as Fast Times at Ridgemont High and The Breakfast Club didn’t judge cannabis use, but wildly distorted its effects.
- On the latest episode of his podcast, Mike Tyson explains how he got around drug testing—with the help of a fake penis called the Whizzinator—to UFC “Health and Performance” czar Jeff Novitzky.
Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson
- Jackie Bryant asks Cannabitch guest Rachel King, co-founder of San Diego’s deluxe dessert creator Kaneh, whether edibles are the most regulated of all California weed products. King’s answer may surprise you. But, also, it may not.