Stoner SUPER BOWL Sundays 149 Vapor Central

POT TV – Stoner SUPER BOWL Sundays 149 Matt Mernagh, Mik Mann, Mike Rita, Matt Oliver. Visit Vapor Central’s website or in person at 667 YONGE St., Toronto Check out Vapor Central on Twitter 9pm, Yongesterdam. If this strikes you as an opportunity to do something clever to celebrate then you’re not alone. Not to be left out of the fun, From weed-themed Super Bowl parties to a Denver company’s “Stoner Bowl” tours of recreational pot shops, this year’s Super Bowl offers a twist on a sporting event better known for its beer commercials. Thanks to the recreational marijuana laws passed by voters in 2012, sales of taxed pot to adults over 21 began at Colorado pot shops Jan. 1 and are due to begin in Washington later this year.

Our very own POTTV hosts Matt Mernagh, Mik Mann, Mike Rita & Matt Oliver are bringing you a weed filled Stoner SUPER BOWL Sundays at Vapor Central from 6pm till after Midnight. There have been a slew of predictable, ready made puns, most of which have to do with “bowl” being the part of the pipe where pot goes. Some fans have issued not-quite-serious calls for a cannabis-friendly musician say, Willie Nelson or Snoop Dogg to sing the national anthem.

Marijuana Stoner Bowl Advertising
http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacobsullum/2014/01/30/dueling-pot-billboards-at-the-stoner-bowl-marijuana-is-safer-vs-marijuana-will-ruin-your-life/

This is the first time the No. 1 offence has met the No. 1 defence in the Super Bowl since Buffalo learned the words Wide Right in 1991, and that’s the headline act. Seattle also has an offence and Denver also has a defence, and best of luck to both of them.
http://sports.nationalpost.com/2014/01/31/nfl-picks-super-bowl-boils-down-to-seattle-seahawks-ability-to-contain-peyton-manning/

Watch The American Advertising
http://www.nj.com/super-bowl/index.ssf/2014/02/super_bowl_2014_watch_all_the_ads.html

Super Bowl Weed Sales High
http://keepingscore.blogs.time.com/2014/01/31/super-bowl-2014-marijuana-legalization/

At the LoDo Wellness Center in Denver, more than one customer has come to rekindle their acquaintance with marijuana during the Super Bowl. “We hearing things like I haven’t smoked in 30 years,” says Liz H.—she also would not disclose her last name—a front desk manager. “They’re treating it like as fine bottle of wine.” Liz said that before the San Diego Chargers played a playoff game in Denver three weeks ago, Chargers fans flocked to the shop. “There have been a couple of people with Seahawks gear,” she says. “We’ve bonded over cannabis use, sure.”

17 Marijuana Snacks To Eat During The Football
http://www.buzzfeed.com/emofly/marijuana-filled-super-bowl-snacks

Strains Named After Players Most weed sold in Seattle has a THC content between 12 and 20 percent, the report said. Beast Mode checks in at 17.6 percent, and it’s an indica-dominant strain of OG Kush, meaning it provides a body high that will glue users to the couch. “Marshawn has gears when he’s running and it’s kind of like that. It has a little bit of a slow start and then kicks in,” owner Nate Johnson told the Times. He said the name came after someone tested the weed and told him, “It hit me like Beast Mode.” In Denver, a grower called Good Meds made headlines a few months ago when it released “Peyton Manning,” a type of weed named for the Broncos quarterback. That strain, a sativa-dominant hybrid of OG Kush, claims it provides “uplifting, happy, thought-provoking sativa plus the body medicine of the indica.” In Denver, though, representatives for Manning threatened legal action just days after the pot bearing his name made national headlines. http://www.nj.com/super-bowl/index.ssf/2014/01/stoner_bowl_2014_colorado_washington_selling_strains_of_pot_named_for_players.html

Wiz Khalifa Stoner Bowl Picks
http://www.celebstoner.com/high-tunes/hip-hop/2014/01/30/wiz-khalifas-stoner-bowl-playlist/?ref=3&ref_type=tab

“I’m staying home and will be watching the Super Bowl while I light up my own Super Bowl,” well-known stoner Tommy Chong, of the comedy duo Cheech and Chong, wrote on its Facebook page. The pair released a publicity photo doctored to show Chong in a Seahawks headband and Cheech Marin in a knit Broncos hat. The Washington chapter of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, said it would be rooting on the “THC-Hawks.” It made a friendly bet with Colorado NORML for what they’re calling “Bud Bowl XLVIII.” If Denver wins, the Washington chapter has to dress in Broncos colors and sing John Denver’s “Rocky Mountain High.” If Seattle wins, the Colorado chapter must dress in Seahawks colors and sing “Purple Haze,” by Seattle native Jimi Hendrix. Video evidence is to be posted on the winner’s Facebook page for at least a week.

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