The Stoner S Coloring Book

Author: Jared Hoffman
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780143130291
Size: 10.55 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Settle down with your "kindest buds," a stash of junk food, and plenty of good vibes to enjoy this ultimate marijuana lover's companion to coloring. With over 40 original illustrations from the minds of nine artists, this adult coloring book is a must-have for the cannabis connoisseur. These coloring pages plumb the depths of human imagination and creativity--not to mention the trippy or otherwise hilarious aspects of life. The Stoner's Coloring Book was created for elves, fairies, magi, poets, saints, sadhus, gurus, lovers, and other wise beings. Set aside your worries, breathe deeply, and find your childlike Zen through the joy of coloring.

Cannabis Fantasy Cool Coloring Book

Author: Last Gasp of San Francisco
Publisher: Last Gasp of San Francisco
ISBN: 086719717X
Size: 11.91 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A cool marijuana-themed colouring book geared towards adults. 20 amazingly detailed images provide hundreds of hours of colouring fun, with the goal of helping anyone - stoned or sober - rediscover and engage in the meditative art of colouring. Suitable for colouring with markers, colouring pencils or a combination of the two, these intricate line drawings encourage everyone to explore and enlarge their creative energies and awaken their love of art.

Killer Weed

Author: Susan C. Boyd
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 9781442612143
Size: 14.82 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Since the late 1990s, marijuana grow operations have been identified by media and others as a new and dangerous criminal activity of “epidemic” proportions. With Killer Weed, Susan C. Boyd and Connie Carter use their analysis of fifteen years of newspaper coverage to show how consensus about the dangerous people and practices associated with marijuana cultivation was created and disseminated by numerous spokespeople including police, RCMP, and the media in Canada. The authors focus on the context of media reports in Canada to show how claims about marijuana cultivation have intensified the perception that this activity poses “significant” dangers to public safety and thus is an appropriate target for Canada's war on drugs. Boyd and Carter carefully show how the media draw on the same spokespeople to tell the same story again and again, and how a limited number of messages has led to an expanding anti-drug campaign that uses not only police, but BC Hydro and local municipalities to crack down on drug production. Going beyond the newspapers, Killer Weed examines how legal, political, and civil initiatives that have emerged from the media narrative have troubling consequences for a shrinking Canadian civil society.

The Wicked Plants Coloring Book

Author: Amy Stewart
Publisher: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 9781616206833
Size: 18.59 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Artist Briony Morrow-Cribbs has adapted the forty botanical atrocities (aka plants) from "New York Times "bestseller "Wicked Plants" into coloring book style in this creepy, Gothic 8 x 10 softcover. Facing pages to include annotated text from the original book, with stats about each plant and an explanation of what makes them wicked."

Cannabis Insanity Cool Coloring Book

Author: Rockin' Re
Publisher: Last Gasp
ISBN: 0867197862
Size: 17.59 MB
Format: PDF
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This extra-large colouring book features cannabis inspired pictures selected for their challenging nature and complexity. From 'Chronic Christ' to 'Dinostonar' and 'Cannadragon,' Rockin' Re's wild cannabis-inspired images will give you hours of meditative colouring activity. Beautiful and detailed images include: Red Wolf, Owl, Serenity Center, Manitou, Lion, Grey Wolf, Genesis, Weed Lovers, Manaconda, Om Ma, Symptoms in Some Cephlapods and more. Printed on thick, high quality art paper and one-per-page so the finished artwork is suitable for framing.

Killer Weed

Author: Michael Castleman
Publisher: Mp Pub Limited
ISBN: 1849822409
Size: 16.64 MB
Format: PDF
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A gripping yarn about San Francisco's favorite herb from Bestselling Northern California author Michael CastlemanOut-of-work journalist Ed Rosenberg is hired by wealthy Silicon Valley billionaire Gene Simons to research the hippie era of San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury for a museum exhibit. His reporter's instinct leads Ed to investigate what happened to Gene's mother, a low-level pot dealer who was brutally murdered in Golden Gate Park in the '60s. Soon Ed has another crime to solve: he has to shed light on the murder of Dave Kirsch, his wife's boss, who is shot while running for mayor. The two murders don't seem connected, but Ed's research into hippie Haight-Ashbury's tie-dyed past introduces him to a rogue's gallery of old hippies, who, he realizes, may have been involved in Kirsch's murder. The two stories converge, and Ed himself becomes a target when he is forced to enter the dangerous and gritty world of dope dealers.Michael Castleman's dark prose brings the drug scene of '60s-era San Francisco vividly to life. You'll want to turn on, tune in, and drop everything to reach the surprising, deeply satisfying conclusion.