Spring Membership Drive: Limited Edition NORML "Stash" Jars

glassjarNORML is proud to announce the 2011 Spring Membership Drive, which means that each week, we will be offering exclusive collectible items available for a limited time only. Starting today, and for this week only, if you join NORML as a “Citizen Advocate” you can get your own limited edition NORML storage jar.
NORML memberships are the lifeblood of the organization. If you enjoy reading NORML’s articles, watching videos on NORMLtv, listening to the podcast, have received free legal or drug testing advice, and if you appreciate the extensive state and federal lobbying efforts NORML engages in on a daily basis, then we urge you to become a contributing member of the organization. This will allow us to continue to bring you the most comprehensive, up-to-date information on all things related to marijuana law reform across the country and to continue to be the leading advocate for policy change in America.
There is a limited supply, and stock is running out fast! If you donate $75 dollars, we’ll throw in an extra jar to show our gratitude. Join NORML today and get your own piece of NORML history.

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  1. During happy times of long ago, I’d buy my stash jars at Walmart.
    How nice to have a kitchen storage room full of stash jars with many favorite varieties.
    Dreams can come true. VOTE!

  2. A plant of renown – out of God’s nature – given to us by God, as Sacrament – honored in our Faith, and in our Communion with our Source. Genesists shall, in good conscience, and with equal passion – defend our Faith and Sacrament. That’s not a threat – it’s a promise.

  3. I want one that has the leaves in the colors of the rainbow coalition, gay pride colors, or colors of the rainbow, you know. All these groups have to stick together to get these prohibitionists out of our lives. Prohibitionists have been shitting on us for years. Once NYC falls into place, it’s the first city with a major stock exchange, one that trades internationally. Cannabis commodities should be traded in U.S. dollars on the NY stock exchange, and the U.S. should control via U.S. owned NGOs/companies the importation out of countries from Afghanistan to Norocco, and make some instant jobs for the people here and there. Of course, the authoritarian government will have to be transformed to allow domestic and international trade and use of cannabis. The U.S. has the clout to do this for homeland security for importation into the U.S. Other countries can handle importation into their countries in their own way, but think about it. Why should they reinvent the wheel when they can just let U.S. companies operate in Europe, South America, Australia, the whole world?
    How else you gonna come up with money you didn’t have before to make jobs and pay for American peacekeeping/hegemony? Other than oil, what else do they got that people will pay for? You still ought to be able to pay for your covert operations with money siphoned off the of the international companies, some of them shell companies for spy agencies for exactly this purpose. Everybody wants money for government, job creation, and a safer society. If letting them get stoned doesn’t calm the natives after their jobs (that they didn’t have before) helps keep them on the U.S. side, what’s not to like?

  4. I would have no problem with purchasing a jar except NORML NJ has really let me down with their lack of origination.
    [Editor’s note: OK…there are over 160 chapters of NORML…rather than curse the darkness, light a candle…help establish a local NORML chapter if you believe the state affiliate is not active enough for you.]

  5. When the mothers pushing their babies in strollers join the march [then] government will pay attention. Ultimately – it’s going to be the women who make this happen.

  6. From the Huffington Post:
    Like the earlier pardons, the latest did not involve anyone well-known. The cases date back as far as 1975, when:
    1.)Randy Eugene Dyer of Burien, Wash., was sentenced to serve five years in prison in the conspiracy to import marijuana and two related crimes.
    2.) Christine Marie Rossiter of Lincoln, Neb., sentenced in 1992 to three years of probation for conspiring to distribute less than 110 pounds of marijuana.
    Two out of eight pardons to marijuana offenses! I am having a hard time understanding the direction the White House is taking.
    We had another DEA raid on Friday, so this all makes no sense.
    They, the DEA, “collected” ANOTHER $1.2 MILLION!!! No charges, just smash and grab!
    UPDATE: Friday, May 20, DEA Raid at a Helena Dispensary

  7. I would like to have one of those jars including the Cheech & Chong variety.
    How nice to have many friends to trade with or go to a local cannabis festival.
    Vote in the primaries and weed out the bad guys.

  8. I just have one question. The answer will determine your true view of cannabis.
    “Do you view cannabis as a gift from God as Sacrament [blessed plant] – or – do you view cannabis as devil weed/killer weed – the most dangerous drug in the world? Which is it? There’s only two sides on this coin.

  9. 11, 18, 20
    If you believe these three statements – God bless you – keep the faith – we shall over-come.

  10. Don’t know why but it makes me wonder which has more alcohol. A hemp stalk or a pot stalk with limbs? Per acre.

  11. and besides its a lack of originality not origination…they couldnt really be existent and have a lack of origination haha
    But great job on the jars, i like the ones i got from the conference a little better, but this will definitely get some ppl in.

  12. Well, I got mine. And i just donated a few months ago. So i donated twice. But it’s for a good cause. One that’s close to my heart. I hope we are free of tyranny soon. I try to believe it will happen. But so many good people have been hurt by prohibition. We must press on to freedom.

  13. Why “Stash” and not Stash? Has the “For Tobacco Use Only” plague spread even to NORML?

  14. Politicians – they promise you the world – if you just turn “one thing” over to them – “your freedom.” Freedom doesn’t come cheap! If you want to keep it – you have to defend it – and – the price of freedom is expensive. “Freedom is more than just a word.” If you’ve ever lost it – you know what I’m talking about. If you’ve never had it – you won’t miss it. But – of this you can be sure – You’ll never have freedom – unless – you have the people. It’s the people that make it happen, and keep it free. We Genesists intend to keep it free.
    Think of me as one who neither wisely nor sparingly chose my words, and direct them, at those who so desperately need those words with a P.S. – “Fuck off!”

  15. my friend is in a weelchair and needs help getting his medication(marijuana).does anyone help poeple in this situation. he used to get compassions but now hes having a hard time getting those anymore.please give him a replay anything would help.thank you. HELP ME TAKE THE GREED OUT OF WEED!

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