Living the highlife

California Journal Another cultural tipping point? Cannabis ads appear in TSA checkpoint trays at Ontario airport

  Ontario California International Airport has agreed to a new ad program for security trays. The campaign by Organa Brands, one of the largest cannabis companies, alerts travelers about California’s recreational marijuana law with fine print not to take pot across state lines. Every now and then, the culture experiences a watershed, a moment when Read more

What Cannabis Strain Has the Most THC, According to Lab Data?

The last several decades of cannabis breeding generated thousands upon thousands of strains, many with high levels of THC. This begs the question, “Which strain has the most THC?” The answer, according to numbers pulled from Washington state’s I-502 data, might be Ghost OG. (Leafly filtered the data to remove suspicious outliers and avoid labs that may Read more

Three Ex-Cops Smoke Marijuana On Camera

Three men who identify themselves as former police officers smoke marijuana and get high on camera in a new video released in time for “420,” the annual marijuana holiday. All of the men say that they had previously smoked weed, but not for decades. And while none recalled arresting anyone for a marijuana crime during their law Read more

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Lights That Changed Advertising

The neon sign is an evolution of the earlier Geissler tube, which is an electrified glass tube containing a “rarefied” gas (the gas pressure in the tube is well below atmospheric pressure). When a voltage is applied to electrodes inserted through the glass, an electrical glow discharge results. Geissler tubes were quite popular in the Read more

Meaning Behind Modern Day Tattoos

The Oxford English Dictionary gives the etymology of tattoo as, “In 18th c. tattaow, tattow. From Polynesian tatau. In Tahitian, tatu.” The word tatau was introduced as a loan word into English; its spelling was changed over time from the “tattow” seen in late 18th century writing to the modern “tattoo” and its pronunciation was Read more