Drifting Bikes, Floating Heads, and Things Not to Do in Mid-Air (NSFW)

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Roll that spliff phatly, pack some fresh ice into the binger, and set the Volcano to "toastify." It's time for tonight's Stoner Channel. We've collected our best high-times material for the discerning pothead so sit back, relax, and pass that shit on the left, yo.

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Tonight's macro nug comes from reader Colin

How Not to Test Bullet-Proof Glass

Don't bother to put it on a rack and just have her stand behind the glass to illustrate its effectiveness, Captain Chivalrous. No, no, just trudge on out into an open field and make her hold the pane as you attempt to shoot it out of her hands.

Watch These Crazy People Jumping Into the Darkest Pit of Hell

Free falling. Through a 1000 meters through a mine shaft. Stopping mere feet above the ground. Yeah, no thanks, I'll work the camera.


Where Your Coffee Comes From

A field-to-cup look at coffee production. Fascinating how many times the beans change hands getting into your $12, 4,000-calorie Frappamachiado.

Drifting Motorbike - Drift Gymkhana - Jorian Ponomareff

I like to imagine that Ponomareff's internal monologue during this run was three and a half minutes of "Wheeeeeeeeeee!"

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Enjoy Jar with Nugtainer

You're no longer in seventh grade, stop carrying your herb in a baggie—it's beyond cliche. You need to get yourself an odor-proof hard case, something that will protect your nugs and your cover.


The Enjoy Jar is one such. It's 2-inches deep by 4.5-inches diameter and contains four partitions (*sigh* "Nugtainers") that completely seal from each other and the outside. This allows you to carry multiple strains or tools if you so choose. The Enjoy Jar retails for $12 at Aqualab. Or you could also hit up your local Bass Pro Shop and buy a snap-swivel case—or any for holding similar small items—on the cheap. Plus BPS is awesome to wander around in while baked, way better than Walmart and Ross combined.

World's Gutsiest Guy Goes Skydiving Without Wearing a ‘Chute

I keep watching this expecting the pack to actually contain an anvil or set of dinnerware.


I love how these alien races are crack interstellar pilots but can never figure out how to properly run cabling through a ship. What, are humans the only species of flying something that doesn't look like a municipal waste dump stored in a cave? Either way, it's pretty impressive that this entire piece was created and animated by a single guy, Remi Gamiette.


Psychic Land

Since Cable was a bit of a downer right at the end, enjoy these adorbz floating heads defending their technicolor town from giant purple slugs. Not recommended for young children, diabetics, epileptics, or those Goth kids that hang out behind your school.

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Are You a Green Gardener?

Care to show off your handiwork to the Internets? If so, we want pics of your best buds, your highest-tech setups, and your bushiest bushes. Send images—960x540 minimum but we prefer 1600x900—of your legal stashes (no High Times ripoffs please) to atarantola at Gizmodo.com and we'll feature the best at the top each night's Stoner Channel. Put "The Stoner Channel" in the subject line while you're at it.


And no, for the last time, we aren't interested in seeing your wicked meth lab setup Jerry. Stop it or we're calling the fuzz.

Image: Curtis Barnard / Shutterstock


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Holy shit! I know all I could hear in my head was "WHEEE!!!" during that drift video. I'm such a sucker for awesome stuff like that, ever since I saw Ken Block, Rob Dyrdek, and the Nitro Circus people screwing around with that sort of thing (only, in cars... it looks even cooler on a bike!).

Video extremely related and extremely amazing. About 1:05 mark if you want to skip the intro stuff, just info about the car and gymkhana itself.