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Snoop Dog Marijuana Website: What You Will Find In His Merry Jane

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?I?m a smoker, my name is Snoop Dogg, and I?m a stoner,? is one of the many provoking statements the rapper said as he revealed to the public that he will be opening a cannabis centered website called Merry Jane. You can go directly to his www.merryjane.com and see how soothing it is to view green smoke ooze at the screen. The Snoop Dog marijuana website will officially launch in October while the open beta is already live today with 420 users being invited daily to try out his weed and marijuana centered website.

Just what exactly will this weed website called Merry Jane offer to people? Well it seems like Snoop Dog just wants to share his love for cannabis to the world.

?There are so many people in the closet, and we are giving them an opportunity to come out of the closet and just admit they like to smoke,? Snoop Dog said at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco. ?It is a peace situation for me. Every time I have been around it, I have seen beautiful things happen. I?ve seen people manifest love, peace and harmony.?

Know Everything About Merry Jane

Dog?s Merry Jane will be a lifestyle website which will aid you in your needs as a stoner. Here are all the things you can expect to see at the Snoop Dog marijuana website, Merry Jane:

  • This website will serve as your encyclopedia so you can know everything about marijuana related content.
  • There will be a cooking show where you will be taught how to make food that nicely complements cannabis consumption.
  • A show called ?Deflowered? which centers on people?s ?first time? experience.
  • Fellow cannabis celebrities will be featured. Seth Rogen and Miley Cyrus will be making an appearance.
  • Easy searching for what kind of greenery you want. An High Definition image of each product will be on display and you can search by each type of cannabis, tastes, and more.
  • Latest news and editorials about cannabis-related-stories.
  • Database on various cannabis strains and dispensary.

Sources: Yahoo News, Tech Crunch, The Verge

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