Splint and Jay’s weekly podcast. This week episode is ” A Stoner’s Journey – The Beginning”
A brand new stoner-dedicated show by Splint and Jay from Smoking Joker who answers questions submitted from the public on Stoner’s Forum – Sign up for FREE and submit your questions!
In this first episode, the Duo starts off the sessions with some Moon Rock and initiated a community potcast tradition. In Today’s episode, they talk about ‘Coming out of the Stoner Closet’ and the human right violation of cannabis prohibition.
So sit back, relax and spark a doob…A Stoner’s Journey Starts Here!
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By Guest Potcaster — 12 months ago
Hey Guys! It’s Splint & Jay with another PotCast Session following our series “A Stoner’s Journey” EP 4. Today we’re talking about “Stoner Relationships”. Today Splint selected our main talking theme, however for those interested in getting in touch with us, we’re scouring ForumDeStoners with our own special section to submit questions, comments and the likes. You can submit your question here.
The big questions we are asking are, “How are stoner relationships?” “Is there a way to be in a relationship if you smoke but your partner doesn’t?”
Benefits of Stoner Relationships
In terms of the first aspect of our stoner relationship talk, we’re taking a look at what are the benefits of you and your partner smoking together. What we mentioned were the following;
- Marijuana helps to remove a bit of the “ego” from stoner relationships, meaning that you have a greater disposition to listen to your partner.
- Marijuana helps with anger and stress management
- It’s an activity that enhances the sexual experience in stoner relationships
- It can be applied topically, meaning it provides a deeper interactive dynamics between you and your partner [Massages, physical touch, emotional links]
Both Splint and I have had many years in solid stoner relationships. I have been with my partner for the past 10 years and Splint is going on five years. As you can see, these aren’t immature relationships. Our dynamics would have been completely different if we didn’t smoke weed, and even if one of us smokes weed and the other doesn’t.
What if one smokes weed and the other doesn’t?
Well, we came to a conclusion within the Potcast. If you are in a stoner relationship and your partner doesn’t partake, yet doesn’t have any opposition to you toking up, it’s all good! On the other hand, if you smoke weed and your partner says things like, “You can smoke, just not in front of me”, these are signs of trouble.
In fact, “Not Smoking in front” of your partner actually means “Don’t be high in front of your partner”. You don’t want to be in a relationship where you are constantly feeling guilty for simply being you.
We cover all this and more within the Episode so be sure to spark up a bowl and to listen to the entire episode.
As always, you can follow our Facebook to find out what we’re doing musically and be sure to submit your comments within the Forum De Stoners.
Also, we did mention we’re going to leave you a post about the Weed Stems, so here you go!
Thanks again for Tuning in, we’re absolutely amazed at how many people have responded to us on Steemit and here on PotCastSessions.
As always, Happy Toking!Post Views: 699
By Guest Potcaster — 11 months ago
What’s going on Stoners! Welcome to a new Episode of “A Stoner’s Journey“. In this episode we’re talking about Traveling with Weed.
We don’t ever recommend that anyone breaks the law. However, if you are going to be doing it anyway, it’s best to be smart about it.
Traveling with Weed Rules
Firstly, you don’t ever want to travel with a lot of weed. Always have enough marijuana to dispose off rather quickly. Secondly, if you can, don’t travel with “buds” but rather travel with other forms of cannabis (wax, hash, edibles etc). It’s much more difficult to get caught when you don’t have physical weed on you.
Traveling with weed is risky business. If you travel with a lot of cannabis on you, you could easily be tried for intent to distribute.
Furthermore, if you’re going to be crossing international borders…it’s not wise to be traveling with weed at all!
As mentioned within the PotCast…we spoke about a DEA agent that helps stoners not to get caught. The guy’s Youtube channel is called “Never Get Busted”. He’s got a lot of series on different things so please check it out. You’ll never get busted as the channel claims…granted you follow the tips.
We love to hear from people who need to know more about the wonderful world of weed, so go ahead and drop your comment anywhere.
We are currently loading our Podbean account with all the backlogged episodes as well. You can check the channel out here
Thanks for listening and always keep on toking that reefer!Post Views: 793
By Guest Potcaster — 9 months ago
What’s going on folks, it’s Jay and MJ back on another Episode of A Stoner’s Journey. Today we’re talking about the benefits of growing weed. While we did a similar episode in the past, this episode is more focused on the additional benefits of growing weed at home.
As you know, Jay has been working within the cannabis industry for almost a decade and has cropped out many times throughout his career.
While many people know about the obvious benefits of growing weed, Jay and MJ talk about those extra ones not usually seen. Things like, Patience and Quality Control are only a few that will be discussed this episode.
Benefits of Growing Weed
Throughout this episode, the duo will also be touching base on a few related themes;
- Getting to use the whole plant
- Connectivity with Nature
- Caring for something other than yourself
- By products of growing weed
- Much more!
The episode ran for close to thirty minutes and as usual, a tangent of ideas occurred throughout the episode.
Become Self Sustainable
One of the bigger topics they talked about this episode was self-sustainability. Knowing where the things that you consume come from. This power is probably the greatest gift of growing weed. The knowledge that you can make your own medicine, food and a whole lot more.
Cannabis is the great liberator and if you’re in the mood to become disruptive of a system, start growing your own weed at home.
We’re not encouraging you to break the law, but as they say…good people disobey bad laws.
Thanks again for tuning in and we’ll be back on Thursday with the regular schedule.
Happy Tokes!Post Views: 339