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Old 05-10-2020, 11:49 PM #11
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Its really not that bad ,
just be sensible and as ready4 said ,

get advice from and hang out with someone that lives there ,


better still , go next door to cambodia or laos if you want to avoid the strict thai rules on gunja ...

last time i scored in thailand ,, i guess about 7 years back ,
i got 4 ounces for $80 Aud ,
only the compressed brick weed , but its not too bad really ...
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The US eradication effort was exceptionally effective in Thailand. They forced the Thai government uproot an ancient cannabis culture. They not only stopped the trade, they aggressively arrested the farmers, took their land and wiped out all of the plants. They threw these simple subsistence farmers into some of the most brutal prisons in the world. I'm sure there were not many people willing to take the risk to preserve the old stuff. 1988 was the last year for the Thai stick trade. The US coast guard intercepted the last eight mother ships off the west coast that year with 250 tons of Thai bud. The great book Thai stick by Peter Maguire and Mike Ritter chronicles the Thai stick trade from the beginning to the end.
https://www.amazon.com/Thai-Stick-Su.../dp/0231161352

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One of the authors is a historian who was in Laos documenting the khmer rouge prisons and came across records of two American smugglers that were held there and started looking into the Thai Stick trade. He eventually hooked up with a former smuggler and they wrote the book together. It's a great story and should be made into a movie.
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