Lost in the legalization shuffle, people often forget that (since 1996!),California had had medical marijuana the longer. And if you know anything about California’s medical marijuana law, then you know it’s fairly easy to obtain a doctor’s recommendation in the state of California–as long as your back hurts or you’re having some trouble sleeping.
While it’s easy to find cannabis in California, having a medical card makes it a lot easier. Kimmel’s crew hit Hollywood Boulevard, found an interesting and perfect range of people to represent California, and asked those people if they had medical marijuana cards.
The result was absolutely priceless:
The big takeaway here is that all walks of life enjoy and/or need medical marijuana–for either enjoyment or for cannabis’ many medical properties. The even mixture of those with and without cards combined with the unexpected individuals having cards really says something about the universal appeal of medical marijuana.
Witty, wise, and completely accurate, Kimmel’s latest pot parody plays on the soccer mom stereotype with an added herbal factor. The skit sees a bubbly, very normal-looking mom offer a monologue about why she finds relief in cannabis.
Her answer is a simple one that many tokers young and old can relate to: because smoking a little marijuana makes everything better. For “moms who toke up on the go”, that means menial tasks like laundry, cooking, and dishes suddenly have an added spark to them.
Cannabis can certainly make time in the laundry room fly. Just be careful what you smoke: the wrong Indica could easily make you forget you even had laundry in the machine.
Presumed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appeared on late night show Jimmy Kimmel Live last night where she was grilled by the host about her stance on cannabis legalization.
Kimmel casually asked Clinton why her approach on legalization isn’t quite as liberal as Bernie Sanders’ approach. Here was Clinton’s response in which she tells Kimmel that if made president she would let states continue to regulate themselves and would reschedule marijuana:
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