April 15, 2021

The Weed That Helped Merle Haggard Perform Into His Seventies Will Soon Be Available In Colorado

first_imgIf your image of Merle Haggard is the “Okie From Muskogee,” then clearly you didn’t know Merle Haggard in the 2000’s. According to a new feature in Rolling Stone, Haggard not only warmed up to the use of marijuana, but relied on it heavily to tour in the later years of his life.As the story goes, Haggard grew medicinal marijuana on his 280-acre ranch in California, and was particularly fond of sativas. Eyeing the new marijuana market in Colorado, his family had partnered up with Colorado Weed Co. to expand the operation, but unfortunately Haggard passed away on April 9th, 2016. Since then, his family has been working with the Colorado Weed Co. to get Haggard’s weed in distribution.“The sativas kept him going, kept him creative, kept him getting out there and being able to play,” says Colorado Weed Co.’s Michael Smith in the interview. Thus, the new strain – which will be called Merle’s Girls – will soon hit the shops in Colorado. They plan to expand into Washington, Oregon, and California in the coming years.Though Merle Haggard will always be remembered for his music, 420-friendly fans will now have a new way to honor his legacy.last_img read more

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NBA Finals 2019: Draymond Green says wounded Warriors ‘not done yet’

first_imgYet Green, who is eligible for a contract extension this offseason, is confident the Warriors can recover from the disappointment of missing out on a three-peat, despite predictions their period of dominance is coming towards a conclusion.”I think everybody thinks it’s kind of the end of us. But that’s just not smart. We’re not done yet,” the three-time All-Star said in his postgame press conference. “We lost this year. Clearly just wasn’t our year, but that’s how the cookie crumbles sometimes.”But, yeah, I hear a lot of that noise, it’s the end of a run and all that jazz. I don’t see it happening though. We’ll be back.” Stephen Curry hails injured Klay Thompson as Warriors confirm torn ACL The best fans in the world.Thank you, #DubNation pic.twitter.com/GZvrHMbiav— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 14, 2019Teammate Stephen Curry shared Green’s optimism over the future, while adding the Warriors’ five straight trips to the NBA Finals had been “awesome.”Curry, who finished the game with 21 points, missed a contested 3-point attempt in the closing seconds that would have put Golden State ahead. Green eventually grabbed the loose ball in the aftermath but called for a timeout when his team had none remaining, leading to a turnover and a technical foul.”It’s a one-possession game to keep our season alive tonight. So we’ll be thinking about this one, it’s tough,” Curry told the media. “But our DNA and who we are and the character that we have on this team, I wouldn’t bet against us being back on this stage next year and going forward. So, really proud of the way that we fought until the end and this five-year run’s been awesome, but definitely don’t think it’s over.” Already without Kevin Durant after he ruptured an Achilles in Game 5, Golden State’s bid to level the series on Thursday was further hampered by the loss of Klay Thompson, who suffered a torn ACL in his left knee late in the third quarter.Both injured players may not play for the team again — Durant has a player option for next season, while Thompson is set to become a free agent — having been key figures in title-winning campaigns in 2017 and 2018. Related News Draymond Green insisted defeat to the Toronto Raptors does not signal the end of the Golden State Warriors’ NBA dynasty, proclaiming: “We’ll be back.”After staying alive with victory in Toronto on Monday, the Warriors saw their bid for a third straight title end in front of their own fans with defeat in an eventful Game 6 of the Finals. NBA Finals 2019: 3 reasons why the Warriors lost to the Raptors NBA Finals 2019: Steve Kerr in awe of injury-ravaged Warriors after loss to Raptorslast_img read more

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