Infinite Schwarzenegger

Hurry up and shoot someone already, jeez. [Boing Boing]

Snoop Dog and Wiz Khalifa Are Making a Movie—Guess What the Premise Is

Don't knock it just cause it's coming straight to DVD on July 3rd—it features an all-star stoney cast including Mike Epps, Teairra Mari, and Andy "Actually Closer to 40" Milonakis. Granted, Snoop as a 15-year high school senior is a bit of a stretch but hey, that's what blunts and a suspension of disbelief are for.

Jenna Rose saying Jack My Swag

Is there anything worse than listening to the hum of the Starship Enterprise for a full solar cycle? Yes, and the Banshee's name is Jenna Rose. Sure hope you didn't have plans for the next ten hours. Or any more use for your will to live.

The Stoner Channel: Ahnold Gears Up, Jenna Rose says Jack My Swag, and NH Gov Lynch Sticks His Head in the Sand

Force-Blown Star Wars Glass

The glassblower known simply as Creep must have had his Mitochloria working overtime when he blew this Star Wars-inspired series of toking implements. Check out the full collection here or at GlassPipes.org.

The Stoner Channel: Ahnold Gears Up, Jenna Rose says Jack My Swag, and NH Gov Lynch Sticks His Head in the Sand

NH Gov Vetoes MMJ Bill—Legislature Vows to Override

Senate bill 409 reached the desk of New Hampshire Governor John Lynch with strong bicameral support—which did nothing to impede him from vetoing the medical marijuana bill citing his inability to "support establishing a system for the use of medical marijuana that poses risks to the patient, lacks adequate oversight and funding, and risks the proliferation of a serious drug."

However, the bill's sponsor, Republican James Forsythe, is unimpressed. "It seems like he's grasping at straws trying to come up with a reason to veto it," he told the New Hampshire Sunday Times. The legislature will convene on Wednesday to vote on a congressional override to the veto, though that will require a 2/3rd's majority between the houses and Forsythe isn't sure he's got the numbers just yet. "There's a lot of people, they're not saying ‘no,' but they're thinking a lot more about it," he said. "We're educating them and we'll see how it goes."

Forsythe is optimistic that the bill will eventually become law, "Governor Lynch has chosen to bury his head in the sand on this issue, but ultimately it will be legislators who decide the fate of the patients, and they know their constituents will be watching." [Union Times - Image: The AP]