Need to find some marijuana quick? There’s an APP for that…Signs that Apple might have taken it a bit too far…

July 20, 2009

You know where we stand here at Too Old, we are NOT down with the IPhone. Ronin wrote about the Pre here, which I think that I am going to switch to, since my phone is giving me grief.  Ronin also talked about the lengths that these IPhone hipsters are willing to go through to get their phone, which is basically the same phone, with 3G! (shit we already had on other phones…way to catch up Apple!)

Well, IPhone hipsters have taken it to a new level now with their latest app.

CNET.com shows the lengths Apple and other developers are going to get your money…

How much would you like?

How much would you like?

States that are low on funds are steadily inhaling the idea of taxing the sale of a substance that gets you high.

Meanwhile, as if anticipating an uptick in demand, the folks at Apple have approved a new iPhone and iPod Touch app that will allow a little more mobile access to the soothing properties of marijuana.

Called “Cannabis” it is, according to Salem-News.com, an app that allows you to hold between your fingertips everything you need to facilitate your marijuana experience.

Your legal marijuana experience, that is.

Google Map of San Francisco Clubs...maybe the hipsters are on to something...

Google Map of San Francisco Clubs...maybe the hipsters are on to something...

Some states–California being in the surprising vanguard–have made the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes legal.

The Cannabis app’s first step, therefore, is help you find a doctor who can approve your deep medicinal need.

If your medical condition is deemed to be sufficiently pressing, the app then directs you to the nearest medical marijuana facilities. Yes, it offers precise directions, just in case you aren’t feeling at your most alert.

It even offers you the finest and most responsible locations of marijuana coffee shops in, say, Amsterdam, should you happen to have wandered to those parts.

However, it doesn’t stop there.

Should you find yourself in some untoward legal kerfuffle in relation to your marijuana use, a quick sideways glance at the Cannabis app will find you the location of the nearest and finest lawyer who specializes in marijuana-related cases.

The app is the creation of AJNAG.com, which describes itself as a “cannabis lifestyle network”.

According to Cannabisapps.com, AJNAG.com “will donate 50 cents for every ‘Cannabis’ purchase to a cannabis non-profit reform fund, which will be setup once the application reaches 1,000 subscriptions.”

I bet that they “forget” to make the donation due to all the smoking…but what happens when you find the place, get your “medicinal marijuana” and then lose your iphone in the haze of weed smoke?

Not only are you getting your recommended daily vitamins from the Apple, but you are getting high as well.  APPLE, what will you thnk of next?

Not only are you getting your recommended daily vitamins from the Apple, but you are getting high as well. APPLE, what will you thnk of next?

There is something to be enjoyed in the language the organization uses: “Our goal is to put the power of cannabis change in your pocket while you enjoy the most sticky and potent iPhone application available!”

Sticky and potent. Yes, exactly the words to describe the finest iPhone apps.

Where is my backyard meth lab app?  Someone should get right on that one.  Why are we denying meth-heads their ability to get their fix?

One Response to “Need to find some marijuana quick? There’s an APP for that…Signs that Apple might have taken it a bit too far…”

  1. guenivere said

    Do they have apps to locate people? Can it tell me where all the jerks are within a 20 foot radius of me? It does have GPS capabilities, right? That would be helpful.

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