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The widow of legendary journalist and hell-raiser Hunter S. Thompson is working on cloning the writer's personal marijuana stash so it can be sold on the mass market...."I am in the process of making the strains available to those who would like to enjoy the authentic Gonzo strains in legal states," she said in the post. "I am looking forward to making the authentic strains available in legal states to support the farm and the scholarships." ...
Anita Thompson, who took over ownership of her late husband's 42-acre Owl Farm property in Colorado this year, told the newspaper that proceeds from the sales would go towards renovating the property and turning into a private museum and writer's retreat.
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: Namdru
Don't see how she's going to clone it unless she has some live specimens or seeds hanging around , although you could attach Hunter S. Thompson's name to any dank green and it would sell well so good luck to her.
originally posted by: PraetorianAZ
This man was an insane genius.
originally posted by: olaru12
Who cares, HST is one of my idols but the genetics have reached popskull porportions anyway.
It's an industry where marketing BS and jargon has taken firm hold.
originally posted by: becomingaware
. It was a beautiful organic plant fed with compost tea, it tasted amazing. I got the idea from Woody Harelson doing the same thing for his dad.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
If it doesn't have a review on Leafly that tells me what it does, I'm not buying (or... "donating"). My medical condition is not "failure to be high."