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"toner co" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"toner co" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"So if you want to learn about the business of cannabis from those in the trenches you've come to the right place here's your host least toner co founder of sense. He chew today. We have the pleasure of speaking with ryan. Douglas and he has an extensive background in cultivation. He's the of from seed to success. How to launch a great cannabis cultivation business in record time. He has accumulated an incredible level of knowledge and experience. When it comes to cannabis cultivation. He has recently started his own cannabis. Consulting services company ryan douglas cultivation llc. He's worked with commercial cultivation and horticulture for over twenty three years and he has become a specialist in legal cannabis startups. He was a former master grower. At tweed cannabis largest licensed producer of legal cannabis and the flagship subsidiary growth corporation and ryan was crucial to tweets. Early success he'd helped design their production facility selected the genetics hired and trained staff and during that time produce over seventy thousand plants and six tons of dried cannabis so an impressive background to say the least so prior to that ryan spent fifteen years in commercial greenhouse ornamental and edible crops and grew up to six hundred thousand plants annually. So without further ado ryan douglas. Welcome to collective wisdom. It's a pleasure to be here. Well let's dive right in. Your book is coming.

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"toner co" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"toner co" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Lisa Toner Co founder of sense to our conversation today is Candice Hawes Event. An outreach manager for the bud and Bloom Dispensary in Santa Ana. This episode is a two part show focusing on seniors and cannabis. I let me tell you a little bit about my guests. Candice Candice House founded the Orange County chapter of normal in two thousand three. And for those of you who don't know about normal. It is the National Organization for the reform of marijuana laws now. This came about after her. Losing College financial aid due to a marijuana possession charge then over the next sixteen years. Oc normal has eventually become one of the most accomplished chapters in the organization. Earning the outstanding chapter of the Year award in two thousand twelve. She serves as the Executive Director. Holding monthly meetings. Lobbying speaking and advocating candace has been named High Times Freedom Fighter in two thousand twelve and twice awarded one of Orange County's one hundred most influential people in two thousand fourteen and two thousand fifteen. She founded and served as the principal officer for the committee to support the medical marijuana ballot initiative which repealed the ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in Santa Ana with fifty four percent. Vote in two thousand fourteen so to say candace knows how to get things. Done is an understatement. In addition to her ongoing work with. Oc normal candice works with a wide range of events expos conferences. One that she is particularly interested in is medical cannabis conference for seniors at Laguna Woods with that. Candace is welcome to collective wisdom. Hi thanks for having me on today. Well let's dive right in as we know and what is near and dear to your heart is seniors and they are a segment of our population in our society. That can greatly benefit from the use of cannabis. Tell us about your work in the Canopus Space and how you view seniors as a an important segment. Yeah and we'll senior is definitely one of the segments. That could benefit from canvas. The most I mean by the time or the age of sixty five. We've all gone through life and had a lot of injuries and a lot of people are suffering different conditions or just generally. When you get older you have trouble with sleep and you have pain. So seniors are nowadays growing number choosing to use natural plant medicines cannabis instead of using traditional pain medicine looking online. You can see lots of reports done recently honesty in your market. They said that the senior market is the fastest growing segment. Right now in the whole cannabis industry and that in recent years just in two thousand eighteen that that they increase twenty five percent and the interesting thing is that seniors also on average spend more on cannabis than the younger generations like Gen Z. This report by ease found that they use cannabis and spend fifty three percent more per purchase than their Jansy counterparts. I've been reading a senior shuttle at but in bloom for the past three years so after the dispensary opened the operators there wanted to give back to the community to provide services to you know have an educational component community outreach component and so they brought me on and they said you what. Why don't we run a bus from Lincoln Woods which is a senior community here in Orange County of about eighteen thousand people with the gay community and so a lot of the seniors? They just drive around their golf carts and some of them don't even have cars and this is a population that definitely could use education and access to cannabis so three years ago we started offering the shuttle where we offer them a free lunch. I give him educational presentation on cannabis like the basics so they know it took expect when they go inside a dispensary because kind of overwhelming. Then I also have some senior friendly brands. They're GONNA do demonstrations and help them inside the store Kinda make selections and then we get him back on the bus so this has been very very successful. Event that we've been having for the past three years up until just recently We had to kind of put a hold on it for a couple months due to everything but we've had over the years about three hundred different seniors come and buy heard lot of success stories from seniors of how this is really helped them get off medications just be overall more healthy and be able to get sleep and have reduced pain so I mean this is a really great market in in about. I think they said ten years. There's GonNa be more people over fifty five and under so it's smart for cannabis companies to really think about the senior market and how to serve them. I find when I look at the cannabis industry at large and how they tend to market. There seems to be a pretty serious disconnect for companies products brands sort of across the spectrum in terms of reaching out to this important segment. Would you agree with that? I think so. I mean a lot of the companies cannabis brand. They're run by younger individuals. I mean there's a COUPLA outdated or run by seniors themselves and are kind of more on target with the marketing. Great that you're right you know. A lot of the brands are kind of missing the mark. They're trying to think about what seniors want. But definitely I mean from what I've seen some of the things that seniors are looking for as they want actually a good value so even though they live in a fluent Laguna Woods. They still WANNA make sure that they're getting a really good value through their money. They also want to make sure the package heads really clearly. Labeled so it's easy to use. Someone that assists specially like a new user. They want to be able to look at it and understand how to use it and so I think that's something especially with marketing that they're missing. You look at a lot of these cannabis brands or try to compare the different products. And it's really kind of hard to compare and to really Kinda even understand like the dosing and stuff with this segment and with these trends of helping seniors and their education and the shuttle that you're providing is really a great opportunity for seniors because it's like a field trip. They have a great experience. There was some of their other senior colleagues to mystifying not only the dispensary experience but also the brands that they're gonNA find while they're there so taking another way scary situation making it more fun for them. Do you see this. As a trend that will pick up pace. Yes I've actually seen a couple of other cities and dispensaries across the state that are doing the same thing. There's one dispensary. That's down in San Diego and I've had a couple reach out to me up north but this is a really great idea. Really easy to do and low cost if you get the brands to help support it. Which most of them are really willing to do. Because they like the exposure the great thing for marketing and for the community service and the get a interact with their key demo and it really is great for the seniors. I hear stories from a lot of them how they never would have ever expected that they would be incited dispensary. But you know. They're friends asked them to come and they tried something. They wish that they would have done it so many years earlier. Some of them come on the trip and they don't even expect to buy anything or use anything. And there's no expectation of that. You know we just WanNa get them educated and exposed to it so maybe down the road if they have a friend. That's dealing with something that could benefit from it can pass on the education or should they need it down the road they already kind of have a baseline education of you know how this could be helpful like you said it really is a social experience. They come in groups and they like to bring their friends and they'll bring their caregivers. They'll bring their kids sometimes if they want to kind of expose them to it and tell them about what they're doing because sometimes the kids actually are critical of the parents using cannabis which is pretty funny. 'cause it's almost like the roles have flipped right. Yeah we actually get a lot of press as well at but in bloom covering event we've had CNN nair. We've been on the doctors TV show. We've got a lot of national coverage and one of the senior said that they were actually busted by accident on the news. Their son or daughter was watching the news and they saw their mom the dispensary and they were like why now you mentioned doctors. And that's another thing that I've experienced in conversations with seniors in sort of judging their comfort level and a lot of them say things like well. I'm I'd consider it but you know my doctors against it and until my doctor says it's okay. I don't know how I feel about it. Plus I'm on all these other medications. So how does it work with my blood pressure medication? My heart medication and so on and so clearly. There's a handshake or an acknowledgment on the professional doctor from the medical community side that would help to accelerate adoption for seniors. What are you seeing in regard to doctors acceptance and wanting to consider that as part of a senior regimen? I've actually seen a lot of doctors. Actually more willing to actually discuss cannabis. Sometimes they don't logistics of it and so they don't want to necessarily write the recommendation for the patient but they are willing to incorporate it into their health plan to discuss it. I used to actually work in a cannabis doctor's office in two thousand and three to two thousand ten and there was no doctors that would discuss it and pain. Patients were made to decide which one they wanted. And so it really was hard to talk to your doctor about it but I mean a lot of doctors come around and especially for in the senior geriatric medicine practice for many years. They were giving seniors. A lot of pain. Medicine and OPIOIDS and getting them hooked without them knowing it and so they did get a lot of backlash from the family. Saying you know. Hey you gave my mom this medicine and you didn't really explain to her how hard it was for her to get off and so. I think from that pressure to the doctors are more willing. Nowadays to look to consider. Holistic things and cannabis has just been around for so long now like twenty three years almost in California and now with everything going on cannabis is even now considered an essential service. I think the stigma behind cannabis even used medically has changed a lot and while we're on the subject of doctors. If people are on medications I always do suggest that they go see one of these candidates doctors. Nowadays it's relatively cheap to seem toward to sixty dollars just to go through your medications to give you kind of any advice. You know some medications. Don't work as well. When you combine them with cannabis or there's there's very few interactions but there could be those so you know. I always let the seniors that if their doctor doesn't know about it that there are special candidates doctors out there still that can advise them. Now what are the? Most common senior cannabis needs that you talk about when you're talking to seniors. Well definitely I would. Face sleep is number one..

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"toner co" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"toner co" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Dot com slash last asked pod but according to what the police think happened Dizon was not the only person at girlies apartment that night. They thank that Linda. Henning went to girly choose apartment in gained entry because Linda have become a regular customer at girlies bank branch. Okay don't know what she she said but she was a familiar. Linda hitting was a familiar face too early to at the very least. It's possible that Dizon Hossan coughed. was there as well but was standing off to the side right. I mean you couldn't see him if he was. It's hard to say there's no way in hell that girlie would've ever opened her door for Hassenkopf much less left. Let them inside inside right. It's thought that once Gurley opened the door for Linda because there was no sign of forced entry dizon pushed his way inside. And what's he and Linda were in. Linda might have if attacked girly when the two gotten to. What seems like a fistfight girlie might have gotten a few knocks which would have sent a small amount of Linda's blood odd flying down to the carpet? This is what they're seeing because Gurley took all those boxing lesson. Yeah so girly like this is one of those things where you could see this. This very dramatic attic and counter. Linda's been fucking. I'M GONNA kill the Strip tilling queen. I'm waiting to walk in this room and watching her skin. Split Open have go like full on Reptilian killing queen that it. Not but instead you got a ninety five pound woman that like reels up what what she just fucking clocked or a couple of times of the mountain mhm at least we think so. At the reason why investigators believe there were large pools of girlies blood on the floor has to do with Bill Miller. They think that when the conflict between girly and Linda began Linda was getting her fucking ass. Kicked and Dizon was not stepping in at all so they think that Bill Miller rushed inside attacked girly in ended up spilling a large amount of her blood on the carpet which ended up being in three large spots. It's ranging in size from a grapefruit to the size of a basketball then. Once Gurley was subdued she was taken to another location where her body was possibly dissect did with the Ninja Sword and the parts were either buried in the desert or thrown down one of the hundreds of abandoned mines that litter the outskirts of Albuquerque. Well because their main thought processes that there again there's no body there's no crime and it's very very difficult to to prosecute a crime basically disappearance appearance because without a body. You can't find out. What exactly is she dead? is she how she killed. You can't fit all the shit. Because I imagine it is difficult to dissect the human body with an interest soared. I think at that point it was probably an ornamental thing an event they would have to figure out a more conventional way of dissecting the body she they somehow got rid of her. Yeah in some shape or form. We don't know how or where the we have no idea where the body is. Okay has point so we've got two stories to choose from here either. Gurley was kidnapped Nafta killed by a secret New Mexico militia who were looking the home their kidnapping skills or Dizon Haas and coughed conned to gullible conspiracy theorists into into helping him avoid alimony. Which one is more likely I'm gonNA say the alimony? Yeah Yeah and of course. I mean to go to trial because he doesn't want on all of his scams revealed. Yes he doesn't WanNa Shit revealed just the fact of him being questioned has destroyed his narcissistic view right of his whole life. Nothing nothing can get in between the fake reality huge generated himself and the way other people perceive him. And that's what girly chew represented and none of this of course is his fault. It's more nostalgic. Shit it is girly. Choose Fault for making him do this. If you wouldn't have filed for divorce then I wouldn't have to do do this. So this is her fault. But what's truly insane about this story. No matter which one is true is it like I said the period of time this bears repeating the period of time between Dizon meeting hitting and Miller and the disappearance of girly to Hossen coughed was six weeks. Oh my God That is so crazy. SIGEL fast to twist and turn these people so fast. So when girly didn't show up for work the next morning her co workers. I immediately called the police. Gurley was never late for work and she'd been toner co workers for months that. Hey if I don't show up Dizon has done something to me damn then later that day. A New Mexico state highway worker named Raman Gabaldon found a tarp on the side of the road. Ninety miles south of Albuquerque Kirke that was covered in dried blood human hair in clumps of duct tape it one specifically was a figure eight piece of duct tape tape that looked like it was used as handcuffs and just twenty feet away from tarp was a pile of blood stained clothing low while later someone found a wallet in in the middle of the road back in town in all the items plus. Most of the blood belonged to girly chew. And that's the. This is the part that I cannot ought fucking figure out is why did they go to all the trouble of getting rid of the body where nobody would ever find it and just leave the tarp and her close on the side of the road They either were interrupted possibly saw people driving around and they probably because if they were out there in the night in the middle of the desert they either had lights or they had a car parked in my mind. They probably had a car parked with the headlights on while they were trying to get rid of the body and people came through and they didn't want to be seen they got spooked. They'd be feeling super paranoid. So in the middle of it they kind of abandoned what they are doing or they are morons they just put it under a Bush or some shit like literally like try to very quickly. Wrap it up or by this point. They're just like well. They still need a body. Yeah if we can get rid of them body. That's the thing what's most important. Is it possible they were just like now. This is getting a little boring like like. Maybe they didn't get the thrill they thought they were going to get. I would say my my my guess is that they possibly used Bill Miller truck to transport everything and they just threw through everything in the bed of the truck and as they were driving down the road it all just blew out the back and they didn't notice could be. That's quite possible. Had No fucking clue went once. They got to wherever they were going. They looked in the back and went. Oh No old. Linda ask any questions so she never turned into into a reptile did she. Everybody wants everything to be wrapped up in a little work but it's more complicated. Hated that Linda. It's more complicated than that. y'All Linda it's more complicated to coercion. Thought it it was gonNA be gone now. We haven't talked to the Supreme Court so when forensics got to work in the apartment they found three stains on the floor that it off just been cleaned with bleach and when they did a luminol test on the carpet it was obvious that quite a bit of blood had recently been spilled but in addition to blood and hair from girly chew they also found blood and hair from a second person and saliva and hair from third Meanwhile dies in Hossen. Awesome coughed had completely skipped town. See He'd been running an online scam with the woman from Hanrahan. South Carolina named Sherry Clinton. And she'd flown into to Albuquerque on the day. girly went missing to marry. Dial Tone God so the next day Sherry and housing cough climbed into an SUV and drove to South Carolina. Haazen cough just totally abandoned Miller hitting that pace that collator. I'm going to South Carolina. I'll see their baby. I don't know Oh. My God problem was Sherry. Found that her new Beau had a few disturbing habits including but not limited to a hardcore morphine addiction. Because it's one thing to remember about causing cough. Is this whole time. He is an absolutely disgusting disgusting human being like he's covered in track marks. He's literally bleeding. He's doing this. He's doing this thing where he's pretending to throw a blood all the time because he's got one leukemia line. Go and seeing these got leukemia. Then he's obsessed with blood. The whole house is filled with blood and that morphine thing must make you do an unpleasant person to physically be around after a period of time with things so and he also had that huge hole in the bend of his arm. That's right at that quarter size hole. Yeah and he told this woman that he'd gotten an after being exposed to radiation in a lab experiment which is also why he was almost constantly constantly vomiting blood and Dizon might have just disappeared completely if not for his ego he used Sherry Resell phone while they were on the road and made multiple phone calls to three people back in Albuquerque. He called his divorce attorney his adoption caseworker and and his neighbor and told all of them that he knew they were talking to the FBI. And they'd better watch what they say when it came to dies in Hudson Cop. Think I won't would hire a hot air balloon in attack you from the sky. You don't take I won't Shell. Up Out of the sewers and attack from a subterranean way the day of reckoning real Meanwhile Sherry's like so. I was GONNA get charger plates. That's worth the extra twenty dollars per person person who they are in the middle of planning a wedding which you dog meat. You know how stressful that it. Yeah so you've been S- planning a wedding this in particular. He called his divorce attorney and screamed at her for twenty minutes saying he knew his son. Dimitri had been dissected and if he didn't get proof that if someone's alive within in sixteen hours everyone was going to die uh-huh so because he made those calls the FBI was easily able to track them down in South Carolina where they arrested him for making threatening phone calls across state lines and they brought him back to New Mexico so they could try to figure out what the fuck happened to girly but before they found on Dizon they'd already started talking to Linda Henning. I'm assuming she was a steel trap rain so good. She didn't say a word. It was really weird. It's really weird. What she did talk about this? I want to talk a little bit of detail televise. This tinning claim that she was just is caretaker cool as a cucumber and she said that her first experience going over to dis house was him. I'm opening the door and immediately vomiting blood. But she said she met him and she felt so much sympathy for for him that she immediately decided to be his nurse made. Yeah and what she was doing was taking care of him and talking like full detail about like helping him when he went to the bathroom and like washing him him. And doing those up and out of the goodness of her heart like he wasn't paying her money she just. She knew that he needed somebody to take care of him. Yeah but instead of just talking about that like she probably should she really focused on government pedophile sex slave rings..

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"toner co" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"toner co" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Family, however long or short ago, you wanna go best final episode of a TV show one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five. Here's New Jersey faster. So far, the traffic is holding up pretty well on eighty. There was a tractor trailer accident on eighty hit the median and flipped over and fell onto a hope Blair's town road route five twenty one and that roadway is only subject to closure. This report is sponsored by Staples. Staples has supplies you need to run your business like a boss with a huge selection of ink and toner CO find your Inc. And stock every time and the low price every day. Staples twenty four west coming at a Timothy seven that's a crash Parkway northbound side trying to recover into one thirty seven with an accident being cleared out of the way turbines been rob boats. I south to the car the truck lanes and also the traffic on the north end westerns for sixteen w ongoing construction delays thirty-one coming south in the main street who got a crash being cleared, and the traffic is also bunching up a lot on seventy eight west Al towards I get seven eastbound with an accident still being worked on to it. He's been rough north up past exit four and exit ten to twelve and south until early seven coming at four forty. You've got delays to hearing about a slow spot on the Garden State Parkway as. The express lanes north they won seventeen but an accident is gone. And if you're leaving New Jersey across and everything still under a ten minute delay. Tom rivers, New Jersey traffic, north Christina's cell phone, New Jersey traffic south. So we had this emergency construction on the southbound side of ninety five moving into five sixty one it's going to be there until further notice it's taking out the shoulder. Everybody's rubbernecking. So we're seeing a pretty hefty the lay back to the area of route thirty eight also Admiral was the boulevard east at airport circle has a stalled vehicle right lanes blocked delays. Go back through Bayard boulevard and six seventy six south Atlantic avenue to forty two still pretty congested in Lawrence to ninety five north moving into the area. Princeton pike, but you have a crash here, and that's taking out the left lane. Traffic every fifteen minutes next report at four thirty three from the all American auto group traffic desk,.

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"toner co" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"toner co" Discussed on KOMO

"First to get the heave ho work starts in the overnight hours and it should be completely taken off by the weekend all the actual remodeling work is expected to be complete by the middle of june charlie harger komo news komo news time is five thirty four aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours and marina joins us we have a very serious collision involved involving several vehicles on the hook now bridge affecting both directions of the hood canal bridge it is completely shut down now to traffic you are not going to be able to access that bridge this is starting to affect highway threes you try to head towards port gamble and right now there are no other options for you if you rely on the hood canal bridge and we will keep you posted on the situation but for right now the hood canal bridge completely shut down both directions due to a very serious collision we do have heavy conditions in the commute this afternoon we do have a mariners game tonight apple stadium so southbound i five is solid from northgate into downtown seattle we also had earlier blocking problems which is why it's so heavy southbound ninety nine slow as you come off the aurora avenue bridge and head down towards the stadiums northbound ninety nine really starting to struggle from the industrial district if you are headed on five twenty that's a slow go from the east side four zero five all the way over to i five and westbound i ninety getting heavier as well right around looks like as you leave east mercer way and had all the way across the water southbound four zero five bumper to bumper from five twenty two coal creek slowdowns in the south center area southbound i five down to two hundred that's still heavy from highway eighteen to five on southbound i five still solid from lakewood southbound i five and fact before you get to lakewood right around eighty four or seventy second is you had all the way down through jbl m this look at traffic brought to you by staples helps help keep your inc stockton your business moving all year long staples a huge selection of ink and toner co find your inc in stock every time and at a low price every day staples.

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