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Phenotype was a surprise (even when Martijn said that this "haze" was of the #19 lineage "lightly" crossed with
a short node, short flowering indica for manageability), quite indica dominant: small leaves, up to five
medium-width short fingers, very light green, overall kind of "tender" looking. Very sensitive plant to minor
variations in nutrient availability, short plant with sparse foliage.
The female that was selected for cloning was VERY short, very OILY and with an unusual smell... in between
cellophane and grapes (imagine simultaneously smelling the clear plastic covering a new audio CD and Welch’s
concord grape juice, and you’ll have a close idea). High was intense, UP, heart-racing, but not overwhelming
(never over indulged it though, to avoid possible paranoia).
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are much higher than I am (as from their being on acid or much more stoned on grass) gets me higher even
though I don't smoke any more grass." This is a common effect (13%, 13%, 32%, 23%, 15%), which may
occur even at the lowest levels of intoxication (23%, 22%, 26%, 5%, 2%).
Other relevant phenomena for understanding social interaction are the loss of short-term memory, the feeling
that this does not seriously impair the user's ability to carry on an intelligent conversation, and the feeling of
having said things that were not actually said (discussed in Chapter 14), as well as various alterations in other
cognitive phenomena (discussed in Chapter 15).
NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON SOCIAL INTERACTION
There were four effects studied that seem predominantly negative. The first of these is "I feel isolated from
things around me, as if there were some kind of barrier or glass wall between me and the world, muting
everything coming in and partially isolating me," a common effect (29%, 21%, 33%, 14%, 3%). The
Meditators experience this less often (p <.01, overall). It may occur at the Strong and Very Strong levels (4%,
11%, 22%, 21%, 9%).
Another infrequent effect is "I get somewhat paranoid about the people with me; I am suspicious about what
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they're doing" (20%, 38%, 31%, 7%, 4%). Non-users of Psychedelics experience it more frequently (p <.01).
This also may occur at the Strong and Very Strong levels (9%, 15%, 21%, 24%, 7%). The Meditators tend to
experience paranoid feelings at lower levels of intoxication (p <.05, overall).
What may be an even more extreme cutting-off from social relationships is the rare phenomenon, "Other
people seem dead, lifeless, as if they were robots, when I'm stoned" (49%, 27%, 18%, 5%, 0%). This effect
may begin occurring from the moderately intoxicated level on up in the users who could rate it (3%, 11%, 13%,
14%, 6%). Users of Psychedelics may experience it at lower levels (p <.05).
An infrequent negative effect of the group on the user is "I am very strongly influenced by the social
situation set up by my companions, so I will do whatever they are doing, even if it is something I don't want to
do or wouldn't do normally" (33%, 38%, 23%, 3%, 0%). This is reported as occurring more frequently by
Males (p <.05). Weekly users also have it occur more frequently than Occasional or Daily users (p < .05). In
retrospect, this question is hard to interpret, as it does not specify how undesirable the actions are that a group
might pressure the user into doing. A highly relevant question, dealt with fully in Chapter 17, is "I lose control
of my actions and do antisocial things (actions that harm other people) that I wouldn't normally do." This is
one of the rarest phenomena reported, with 77 percent saying Never, 22 percent Rarely, and only one user
ut the way most users and sellers are arrested, the trend of arrests, and their
disposition, should not be radically different from that of the other states.
Detection of marijuana violations is typically extremely difficult. There is no victim and
no complainant, so that systematic surveillance techniques inherently involve a certain
loss of civil liberties. The success of any police venture is determined by various
situational features having to do with the kinds of crimes that they are attempting to detect
and prevent. For instance, it is obvious that acts conducted by two consenting adults who
have a long-term relationship with one another, and who have no incentive to punish or
discredit one another, conducted in privacy, are highly unlikely to be detected and
sanctioned. On the other hand, acts perpetrated on many people by one person, previously
unknown to them, in public, which they define as harmful, are highly likely to be detected,
and the perpetrator punished for his act. Marijuana use, for instance, is clearly of the
former type. It is generally conducted among intimates or semi-intimates, all of whom are
compliant, in private; moreover, it rarely incurs negative consequences, at least in the
microcosm of the single act of smoking during a single evening.
We would expect the ratio of undetected to detected acts relating to marijuana
violations to be extremely high. Among our 204 respondents, we have a total of literally
hundreds of thousands of instances of use, several thousand cases of sale and purchase,
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and tens of thousands of days of possession. That seven cases were brought to the
attention of the law enforcement authorities indicates the low degree of access the police
have to marijuana crimes. If we compare marijuana infractions with a high-access and
high-victimization crime, such as murder, the contrast is dramatically clear. A tiny
fraction of marijuana crimes, probably less than one one-hundredth of 1 percent, are
detected with the violator arrested. With murder, probably over go percent of all violators
are arrested and brought to trial.9 Even if we compare marijuana with another crime
without a victim, narcotics possession and sale, the incidence of detection is extremely
low. The narcotics addict must purchase heroin several times a day, in public. Even the
heavy user of marijuana who does not sell for a profit will make a purchase once a month
or so—one one-hundredth as often as the junkie—probably from a close friend, in an
apartment, in a calm emotional atmosphere. He is, therefore, far less likely to be detected,
and far less likely to be arrested.
It is therefore apparent that the police face serious logistic problems in apprehending
the marijuana seller and user. To transcend the limitations and restrictions surrounding
them, special efforts at detection must be made. Generally, the police have three methods
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My mcw's and BW's, as most of the ncga strains so far, have shown pre-flowers after 4-6 weeks of continuous
light, it probably is the WW in them. By contrast, I am growing a few NL x Afg and J.H. mix; these plants do not
show their sex so quickly. As the BlueWidow enters flowering the leaves go from thick indica to more slender
sativa the side branching starts to fill out more. Should be some big colas and nuggs BlueWidow and it is a
very good high exhilarating floaty very visual buzz. Another shrub! Looks like a little less yield on this 1, but
still drying too so... Early samples were EXTREMELY tasty! My growing partner lost his sense of smell and taste
in a freak deal and even he prefers this 1 for flavor. He says he can taste a strong sample on occasion...I
thought that said something for it. It’s a good buzz too, but didn't seem to last as long as the others (keep in
mind I only have 2 goin'). J VERY CLEAR high taste spicy sweet height nodes density are all the same with
BlueWidow. J A