For too many people the reality of an addiction can become a deeper and darker void than we feel able to escape from and, regardless of their best intentions, what begins as a search for peace can end up as a fight for survival. Recently, I was contacted by Rich who wanted to talk about his experiences with cannabis over the years. He had been an old-school smuggler with connections to Morocco (amongst other places) who seemed to have an endless array of anecdotes and tales of adventure which he thought might be of interest to our readers. After a couple of emails and phone calls, I set out to meet with him to find out more.
I always find it easy to get distracted in VR games, but when it’s part of the experience it provides you with the chance to let loose and take yourself less seriously.
Beyond the fighting, which we’ll come back to shortly, the bulk of the game requires you to explore the map by foot or in vehicle and you’re given ample opportunity to buy (or steal) and upgrade a good selection of transportation with your ill-gotten gains.
Every aspect of Red Eye Express was down to Nick, but throughout his life he was more commonly known by a pseudonym which has become the stuff of legend in the underground cannabis scene: Zorro.
When you’ve got a lot on your mind a quick hit or two can make those worries disappear for a little while,
The public perception of cannabis is not something which needs to discover more thorns in its side.
Each fight is a solid balance of technique which pushes players to learn the underlying mechanics
The London Cannabis Film Festival is much more than its name suggests
“you don’t get so zoned out when you smoke, if anything you become more focused and aware of the environment that you are in.”
Marijuana and music have had a lifelong