Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Totally Trivial: nightspots, nuptials and narcotics

By Nick Wood , Total Telecom
Wednesday 22 July 09

Police raid world's quietest rave, iPhone app helps people find drugs, plus a mildly mad couple in holy matrimony.

Location-based narcotics Apple wasn't joking when it said there was an iPhone app for everything, especially when you consider that it has now approved a program that helps people find their nearest cannabis dealer. According to Ajnag the cannabis lifestyle network, the new location-based service, simply called 'Cannabis', displays a Google Maps interface that shows where the purveyors of what is sometimes referred to as 'the chronic' can be found. Admittedly the application is aimed at directing patients qualified to receive marijuana for medicinal purposes to the nearest licensed vendor, but anyone with an iPhone can download it. "Not only does the program give you the nearest medical cannabis collectives, doctors, attorneys, organisations and other patient services…

Location-based narcotics Apple wasn't joking when it said there was an iPhone app for everything, especially when you consider that it has now approved a program that helps people find their nearest cannabis dealer. According to Ajnag the cannabis lifestyle network, the new location-based service, simply called 'Cannabis', displays a Google Maps interface that shows where the purveyors of what is sometimes referred to as 'the chronic' can be found. Admittedly the application is aimed at directing patients qualified to receive marijuana for medicinal purposes to the nearest licensed vendor, but anyone with an iPhone can download it. "Not only does the program give you the nearest medical cannabis collectives, doctors, attorneys, organisations and other patient services…

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