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Marlboro Greens! [Fact or Fiction]


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Its been an long standing rumor that Marlboro has made a patent on a product they call "Marlboro Greens", much like Marlboro Reds, that are full of marijuana instead of tobacco. The patent was made so that when Weed is Legalized, Marlboro can make the transition into selling marijuana almost instantly.

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So tell me GC,

Do you believe in the Marlboro Greens?

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Why wouldn't they? Isn't a patent about $30,000? Hardly any money for a tobacco corp.

Edited by Budder81, 16 December 2008 - 08:09 AM.
not a grant


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I'd be rippin those off the shelves.
huzzah to legalization
and huzzah to marb greenz

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somehow it wouldn't surprise me it's a tabacco company after all

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why do I have a feeling that tobacco corperations are going to add chemicals to marijuana to make it as addicting and harmful as tobacco..

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I thought of the same thing about chemicals. If marlboro makes cannabis cigarettes, I would just grow my own weed, and use their box to hold my cannabis cigarettes.

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patents are public aren't they? lets see someone pull it up!

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Yeah, i totally agree, but it might be VERY nice to walk around with about 20 pre-rolled tightly packaged joints.

But I hear you about the freaking Chemicals....Lol, I wonder if they'll come in LIGHTS.

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you guys should go to godaddy and register a bunch of domains related to marlboro greens, that way you can cash in when it happens:D

Some ideas are:

MarlboroGreens.com
MarlboroGreensKill.com
MarlboroGreensChemicals.com
...


you get the idea(i dont know if any of those are available, check yourself)

I would totally do it, I used to do that all the time when something new comes up, but I gotta stretch my cash for a few months:(

remember who gave you the idea when you cash out;)

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Edited by barfdog17, 17 December 2008 - 02:08 AM.


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There is no such thing as Marlboro greens, the closest thing you will ever get to that is these:
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just searched google patents for it and couldnt find anything

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no need to make it addicting, people will be 50+ million will be rushing out to buy it as it


Exactly! Tobacco is already bad for you and addictive and all that shit. I mean I like a little doha here and there, but in all reality even the finest tobacco plant is no good. The marijuana plant however...




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