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.
Only two words can describe tonight's submission of Kolossus from lazr_dolphins_pewpew: *sha-wing*
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Watch some stoners create hash oil the old-fashioned way—with a truck-load of cow shit and elbow grease.
Everybody's got their morning ritual—be it wake-n-bakin' or back flipping. At least this method netted thetrollmasterflex $100 from his dad.
Daaaaaaaaang, I want a flower-picking robo-horse with which to go a-wooing. This film was written & directed by Andrey Shushkov.
Is a tight spiral.
It's a notebook. Made out of rolling papers. That you can tear out and roll joints with.
According to The Die Line,
The book is made of hemp-related materials, with the cover, binding, and internal lining all made from hemp seed paper while the spine of the book is a match striking surface. "We'd been working with Pereira O'Dell on the "Obrigado" song & video with Snoop Dogg & Marcel D2 to debut Jawbone's Jambox in Brazil when they came to us with the idea for Rolling Words," said Nick Adler, Strategic Brand Director, Stampede Management.
ARTISTIC PASSION COMES FULL CIRCLE. [The Die Line]
1993 could very well have been the high water mark for of our civilization.
It's all fun and games until you're consumed by a goddamn sea-faring armor slug.
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.
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