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  1. Ron Strider

    UK: Facebook Is Slammed After Cannabis Seeds Were Brazenly Sold On Its Site

    Facebook has been condemned by campaigners after cannabis seeds were openly sold on its site. The seeds, sold through the site by dealers, could be used to produce hundreds of pounds' worth of the illegal drug. Batches of the seeds costing up to £95 were brazenly advertised with varieties...
  2. W

    Hi Everyone

    I'm a brand new grower in Massachusetts I was given 3 clones to start and killed 2 within weeks. The 3rd one is doing okay (rolling eyes) I'm in the process of making every mistake possible (but I never make the same one twice) I was reaching out to groups in Facebook but that can be...
  3. Ron Strider

    'Get A Roof, Get Some Weed:' Colorado Roofing Company Offers Customers $500 Marijuana

    A Colorado company has offered a free gun to new customers and to attract new employees. Now, instead of a "Get a Roof, Get a Gun" promotion, one company is advertising "Get a Roof, Get Some Weed." "Denver's #1 roofing company is offering YOU some free 'grass' with every roof that we...
  4. Ron Strider

    Facebook, Shutting Down Pot Pages, Still Won't Like Marijuana

    Facebook Inc. has taken down the pages of marijuana businesses operating legally in Alaska, continuing a practice that has targeted dispensaries in California, Arizona, Colorado and New Jersey. The pages of at least six Alaska marijuana retailers were blocked in early July, about the same...
  5. Ron Strider

    Some Alaska Marijuana Shops' Facebook Pages Are Being Taken Down

    Some Alaska marijuana shops have suddenly found themselves with one less outlet for advertising this week. Owners and employees of at least six marijuana retail stores in the state said that within the past week, their Facebook pages were either taken down or entirely deleted by the tech...
  6. Ron Strider

    Facebook Shuts Down The Page Of Pot-Legalization Campaign Safer Arizona

    "My heart's, like, sort of broken," Safer Arizona chair David Wisniewski said Thursday. "It was the single largest reach we had." Facebook shut down the page on Wednesday evening, informing the pro-cannabis, political grassroots group that it had violated unspecified company policies...
  7. K

    Why Hemp Is Still Controversial In America And A Challenge For Entrepreneurs

    When this entrepreneur quit his day job to sell hemp products online, he ran into trouble with Facebook, Shopify, and more. Why? Hemp, though not marijuana, is often associated with it. While it originates from the same plant, cannabis sativa, hemp does not have significant levels of THC...
  8. HashGirl

    Woohoo! I'm legal!

    :woohoo: Just got my MMJ licence in Ontario, Canada and I'm very happy. My prescription is quite generous and I didn't have to pay any fees to get it. I'll be trying strains for insomnia/sleeplessness, anxiety and pain relief for the most part. Super psyched. :yahoo: I was wishing 420 had...
  9. K

    Why Did Facebook Block Our Reporting On Hemp?

    Hey, Mark Zuckerberg, can we talk about hemp? No, really, I'm asking: can we? Because a recent experience with Facebook left the impression that reporting on the plant used in products from soap to rope is taboo. Verboten. The leaf that dare not speak its name. This bit of anti-social media...
  10. cgkone

    Need help with pics

    I'm doing a new grow journal and I'm having a hard time for the first week it was easy to post pictures it was just like using Facebook I could I could just touch the attachment button and post a picture now when I log on to my own journal it's hard to even Post Oak sentence it's hard to even...
  11. R

    Why Is Facebook Taking Down Marijuana Dispensary Pages?

    Marijuana is legal in some capacity in 23 states and the District of Columbia, but Facebook doesn't seem to "like" it very much these days. Over the past two weeks, the social media giant has reportedly been shutting down the Facebook pages of state-legal cannabis businesses across the...
  12. R

    Facebook Restores NJ Medical Marijuana Business Page It Had Previously Shut Down

    Facebook has restored the business page of one of three New Jersey medical marijuana dispensaries it shut down last week for violating the social media company's policy against promoting the sale of drugs. An official with Compassionate Sciences in Bellmawr said Monday that it got its...
  13. R

    Facebook Deletes Medical Marijuana Pages

    Medical marijuana is legal in 23 states including New Jersey, but the ubiquitous social media giant Facebook apparently doesn't "like" it. Home pages run by three Garden State dispensaries and at least handful of others across the country have been deleted. The surprise move stunned...
  14. 420

    420 Magazine Joins Facebook, Myspace, YouTube and Twitter

    As the internet begins to populate itself with online communities, we are encouraged to stay up to date with these new trends and have secured our virtual real estate at both Facebook and Myspace. We invite you to join our fast growing worldwide presence and help us promote our groups to the...