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ABK and Blaze Announce Juggalo Unity Tour! Now Booking Nationwide!

 

Juggalo Detroit hip-hop Generals Anybody Killa and Blaze Ya Dead Homie just announced a new tour and looks like their main goal is to re-unite the Juggalo scene as a full supportive family movement again! That’s right! The Juggalo Unity Tour will be arriving and its ready to booked nationwide! So if you want to book a fresh set brimming with new and classic Drive By bangers to wake up your own urban decayed neighborhood, please hit up  (only if you’re serious) info@whitemountainagency.com. Subject being ABK and Blaze’s Juggalo Unity Tour Booking Info inside your e-mail.  Whoop! Whoop!



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Canada Estimates $1 Billion in Legal Cannabis Sales in First Three Months

Statistics Canada, the organization behind Canada’s census and hundreds of other crowdsourced data collection programs, is predicting that the country’s legal cannabis sales could reach as high as $1.02 billion from the commencement of the retail market on October 17 through the end of the year. StatCan derived its Q4 estimates from census population data and statistics from the National Cannabis Survey. And beyond the remarkable sales projection, StatCan is also estimating a dramatic shift away from the illicit market as consumers mass-transition to legal purchases.

Canadians Could Spend Over $1 Billion on Legal Weed In 10 Weeks

Statistics Canada’s $1 billion dollar sales projection isn’t a yearly figure. Instead, it’s what the organization estimates Canadian cannabis consumers will spend on weed in just the final 10 weeks of the year. And that’s not even what StatCan expects Canadians to spend on cannabis total. The $1 billion figure represents just legal sales. Add on an extra $250 million to $315 million in illegal cannabis purchases. Then you’ve got the complete picture of StatCan’s pot purchasing predictions.

The ever-increasing demand for legal cannabis currently hovers around 5.5 million consumers in Canada. StatCan predicts 1.7 million people will continue to obtain their cannabis on the black market after legalization takes effect. Of course, these are estimates based on surveys and census data. Everything depends on how many cannabis consumers make the switch and how many new consumers legalization brings on board.

Illicit Market Will Still Comprise A Significant Portion of Cannabis Sales

On its own, the $1 billion dollar figure, which could be as low as $815 million, is striking enough. But in context with data from earlier this year, during the lead-up to legalization, it paints an interesting picture. According to Statistics Canada’s annualized second quarter data, Canadians spent $5.7 billion on cannabis products.

But the key to the data is legal vs illegal sales. Of the $5.7 billion (annualized) Canadians spent on cannabis in Q2, 85 percent of it, or about $4.8 billion were illegal purchases. Medical cannabis purchases accounted for the rest. This makes sense, as Canada’s robust illicit dispensary network has been meeting consumer demand ahead of legalization.

But looking ahead to post-legalization forecasts, StatCan is saying illegal sales will drop substantially, from $1.2 billion six months ago to around $300 million after legalization. That turnaround, if it pans out, will mark a tremendous shift in Canada’s cannabis market. Illicit sales could still make up 24 percent or more of total cannabis sales after October 17. But that is of course significantly less than 85 percent.

There do seem to be some small inconsistencies in the data, however. If in Q2 Canadians spent over $1.5 billion on (mostly illicit) cannabis, what’s going to make up the gap between the $1 billion in legal sales StatCan estimates and the paltry $315 million in illegal sales? That’s several hundred million dollars still unaccounted for by the current estimates. Whether that purchasing power continues to feed the black market or redirects toward legal cannabis transactions, we’ll know soon enough.

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New Zealand City Has 10 Synthetic Cannabis Overdoses in 48 Hours

The New Zealand city of  Christchurch has seen at least 10 synthetic cannabis overdoses in the last two days, according to media reports. Hospital officials report the victims were stricken separately and had come from different areas of the city. Christchurch is New Zealand’s third largest city with a population of about 370,000 and is located on the country’s South Island.

The 10 overdose victims were all taken to Christchurch Hospital for treatment. Dr. Mark Gilbert, one of the physicians treating the patients at the hospital, said that it appeared there would not be any deaths from the rash of synthetic cannabinoid overdoses.

“These 10 will probably be ok but certainly some of them have gambled with their life and there is still some critically unwell people in the Intensive Care Unit so we can’t guarantee that they’ll live,” Gilbert said.

All 10 people who suffered overdoses had taken either AMB-FUBINACA or AB, synthetic cannabinoids that have been tied to several deaths on New Zealand’s North Island. Gilbert warned that smoking even small amounts of synthetic cannabinoids could be very risky.

“Synthetic cannabis is a very dangerous drug, there’s no safe level to smoke and we strongly advise, particularly at the moment where there seems to be a bad batch in Christchurch, that people stay away from smoking even small amounts of this,” he said.

Detective Inspector Greg Murton confirmed reports that Christchurch police had been visiting known drug dealers in an effort to get the dangerous drugs off the streets of the city. Murton did not say if the source of the synthetic cannabis had been identified.

Frightening Effects From Synthetic Cannabinoids

One user of synthetic cannabinoids, identified as Parr, told a New Zealand media outlet how the drug how changed his life.

“I used to see all my mates smoking it, I walked around and put them down about it and then I tried it and now I’m f***…  I’m a different person then what I used to be, hitting and that, hitting my wife… I hate the drug,” Parr said.

A Christchurch paramedic noted that some patients who have overdosed on synthetic cannabinoids can become violent, saying “it was nearly every second patient we picked up, paramedics get punched, kicked in the head and knocked out.”

Treating the overdose victims successfully was sometimes difficult.

“It was a lot of seizing and no antidotes, it took a lot of sedatives to stop them from seizing and sometimes you couldn’t,” the paramedic said. “You just drive them while they’re seizing an that’s where the deaths happen, their brains get no oxygen and they’re just brain dead.”

Are Harsher Penalties Coming?

Dr. Paul Quigley, an emergency department physician at Wellington Hospital, said perhaps synthetic cannabinoids should be a Class A drug with steeper penalties, although he admitted it was an imperfect solution.

“That means we punish the users for having possession of it, it is a criminal offense,” Quigley said. “That’s not what these people need, they are already dispossessed and on the edge of society. We’re a bit stuck.”

Quigley believes that synthetic cannabinoid dealers should be charged with manslaughter, saying “we have clear evidence the drug leads to death.”

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