That's the saddest weed jungle I have ever seen. Then again, I used to work in a grow house the size of a K-Mart (you know, smaller than Wal-Mart).
I was just going to say the same.
That's a weed patio garden.
Here's a weed jungle:
Seriously...those are pictures from August 7th? In Nevada? Those plants should be 6 or 7 feet tall by now outdoors. I expect a more professional job from someone with those kinds of connections - there are backyards in Eugene that look better.
I agree. Those photos suck. That was me in like 9th grade.
Hang on, hang on. There's a place in Nevada called Pahrump? Is that a real place? Oh my god, why don't I live there?
You do not want to live there.
Because it's just south of the middle of nowhere.
It's obvious that everyone at TMZ is under the impression that the weed they buy comes from the sketchy friend of that person they're banging. Like how water comes from faucets and electricity comes from switches and plugs. Idiots. That ain't no jungle.
Having been at a function attended by Ms. Fleiss (epic stoner), a good lawyer could make a strong case that 392 plants is, for her, personal use.
I imagine that Ms. Fleiss's previous interactions with the criminal justice system make getting licensed to cultivate kinda complicated.
I'm torn. I believe strongly that weed should be decriminalized but that people who grow, process and distribute it should be licensed.
Nope, sorry, even here in California you can only have 6 mature plants and 12 vegetating plants with a medical marijuana recommendation, and Nevada doesn't even have weed decriminalized. No way she's getting off in Nevada with 392 plants.
I was being a teeny bit facetious but thanks for the info—corroborated EXACTLY by what my 80-year-old next door neighbors have in their sun room. Glaucoma treatment and Alzheimer's prevention, dontcha know. Tee hee hee.
oh shit, I predict we'll be seeing Heidi Fleiss OG as a strain in the coming weeks.
I was JUST thinking the same thing! It's probably already in the works.
Fridays are always so much fun.