[Poll] Weed Wars Reality TV Show – Chime In!

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Weed Wars on Discovery Channel: Yay or nay?

I’m sure millions of viewers tuned in last week to watch the first episode of Weed Wars, the new reality show that aired last week on Discovery Channel, me included. There’s dozens of reasons why I  watch,  partly out of curiosity and perhaps, even with a smidgeon of jealousy. I’ve been a medical marijuana patient in CA for five years now so trust me, I’ve seen my fair share of collectives, including Harborside Health Center, which is the collective the Weed Wars is centered around. After watching one episode, my internal jury is still out to be honest with you. For  now, I’d love to find out how many of our Greenies watched the show and what your general opinion is.

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  1. Halsten smith December 26, 2011 at 01:03

    It is very Interesting and Mind Blowing Reality show.Basically I have always watch it reality show. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20111

  2. Janice December 21, 2011 at 22:24

    I am pro-legalization. I am in Montana, where you can get a medical marijuana card by seeing a specified doctor. You can get it for the "big three" and for things like extreme anxiety and other problems. I have yet to get a card to use my dose (a tiny pinch 2 times a day) and am guilty of not being real excited to pay taxes on it. Not sure what that means. This year there was a media and political attack against legalization, which seems odd as it is not causing any social or economical problems that I can discern. I think it is an issue that should continue to be looked at and considered. I hope the thing that is for the best happens, whatever that may be.

  3. john homes December 8, 2011 at 18:36

    Ok this show is a joke…..They buy a pound for 4000 dollars sell in eighths for 60 dollars… and then sell out in about a half a day of that strain and they say " we dont have a million dollars to pay are taxes"… bull shit… This club charges the most in the bay area..they low ball the shit out of u if you vend to them… and pay u in two weeks. They r as bad s the banks…occupy Harborside….why dont they drop there prices …. free medicine to patients who are really sick ,Aids Cancer, etc . I know this because I used to vend to them… This show will change the game.. They make other clubs that ive seen come and go look way more professional . If u ask me the owners look like there on a little more than just weed…Who is hurt from this the most the patients… the growers …. who risk it all … just to get low balled…for 2000 2500…if u are lucky maybe 3000…a lb…. Occupy Occupy… Harborside and all the clubs that low ball the shit out of there so called patients….

  4. grnlntrn747 December 8, 2011 at 17:54

    I"ve watched, and although I strongly support the medicinal aspects of the plant. I find the show to be in bad taste. After witnessing several reality shows filmed, and seeing how staged and edited they become (The people making the show create the story, not the cast), I think it continues to bring negative thoughts to the movement. The images they choose to present will be associated with medical marijuana movement, seeing as the majority of the country gets their information/ideas from these types of shows.

    1. MisterMaryJane December 9, 2011 at 00:50

      They do that with a lot of reality shows these days. I wouldn't be surprised if some of that went on with this show. But you have to be happy that there is now a marijuana based reality show. Think about how far it has come.

  5. Tom McM December 8, 2011 at 16:06

    I saw it and I dug it man. I feel that good bad or otherwise the fact that they felt a series like this was needed on Discovery is a sign of the times and the change that is underway regarding attitudes towards marijuana. They showed both sides, the African American guy was an admitted heavy user who may have a problem with it. However they also showed real people in real pain. And they centered in on the issue I feel (in my personal opinion) is facing most collectives. They don't feel welcome. They feel they get bullied by the man and forced to do things no other business is forced to do just because of their nature. I'll tune in every week if they continue to provide what I call the "NPR" approach. That is to say, all sides of the story and let you make your own decisions. But again, it gave me hope if nothing else. The simple act of making this series (to me) says that times are changing, as well as hearts. We can win this witch hunt, man. Look at over here in NJ and how (roughly) 85% of us support medical marijuana and yet Christie is blocking the will of the people as much as he can. People are getting upset, and the government has a fight on their hands. And I feel their undoing will be underestimating us all as layabout potheads who aren't passionate enough to do anything. Well I am. And I will. And I know everyone here would join me.

    (And man CA must be groovy man. I use cannabis for scoliosis and I get treated like a criminal. Sorry I dont want to get addicted to the Vicodin they wanted to put me on. I try to treat my body well and I'm a criminal of the highest drug order. Well enough about me, to all those greenies in CA (or any other medical state where you can get it without only having the big 3 issues like here), take a hit for me and everyone else who is suffering needlessly)

    1. MisterMaryJane December 9, 2011 at 00:48

      I love the "NPR" approach.

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