Johnson laughed when asked which politicians he believes would benefit from trying some weed.
People may still be joking about it and the fact that, “Oh yeah, we sure love our weed here!”
Or how about this wild idea: spend a little less money on weed.
One of the things Landy does in “Art Bin” is give artists a chance to weed out the losers among their own works.
A black person with weed is seven times more likely to get arrested in the empire state than a white one.
As a result the weed seeds are not eaten and a big crop comes up in the spring.
A weed, he says, is a plant whose virtues have not been discovered.
We should infer also from some of the early stage plays, that the "players" used the weed even when acting their parts.
There was not a weed in the garden without, nor a speck in the house within.
Spot looks back with a sleepy eye, shoves out, gets his weed, and walks on calmly chewing.
"plant not valued for use or beauty," Old English weod, uueod "grass, herb, weed," from Proto-Germanic *weud- (cf. Old Saxon wiod, East Frisian wiud), of unknown origin. Meaning "tobacco" is from c.1600; that of "marijuana" is from 1920s.
"to clear the ground of weeds," late Old English weodian, from the source of weed (n.). Related: Weeded; weeding.