Marijuana and Cannabis News

Top ten bong smashings and breakings on YouTube
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 8:20 am

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It is a sad fact of cannabis life: glass bongs break despite the amount of care put into keeping them safe and operational. Sometimes it is an accident, other times it is on purpose but if you've got a bong there's a good chance it is going to be reduced to rubble at some point in your lifetime.

Just hope you don't have a friend their to capture it like the ten people below in our favorite bong breakage videos from YouTube.

Glass Class: Lathe work 101 - A beginner's guide
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at 4:20 pm

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Scott "Trikky" Saed.
To help all of us non-glass artists better understand the industry, evolution and art and science behind how our pipes, bubblers and bongs are made we've asked one of Colorado's most prominent and best-known artists -- Scott "Trikky" Saed -- to take on a quasi-regular column we like to call: Glass Class.

This week, Trikky spins us right round with his tale of coming to work on a lathe.

Glass Class: Glassblowing and handblown pipe culture with Scott "Trikky" Saed
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 4:20 pm

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Scott "Trikky" Saed.
To help all of us non-glass artists better understand the industry, evolution and art and science behind how our pipes, bubblers and bongs are made we've asked one of Colorado's most prominent and best-known artists to take on a quasi-regular column we'd like to call: Glass Class.

This week, our glass guide Scott "Trikky" Saed, professes his love for the simplicity and beauty of marbles.

Glass Class: Percolation, diffusion and lots of tiny smoke bubbles
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at 4:20 pm

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Scott Saed.
To help all of us non-glass artists better understand the industry, evolution and art and science behind how our pipes, bubblers and bongs are made we've asked one of Colorado's most prominent and best-known artists to take on a quasi-regular column we'd like to call: Glass Class.

This week, our glass guide Scott "Trikky" Saed, runs us through percolation, diffusion and what all those terms mean (and don't).

Glass Class: Glassblowing and handblown pipe culture with Scott "Trikky" Saed
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 1:20 pm

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Scott Saed.
To help all of us non-glass artists better understand the industry, evolution and art and science behind how our pipes, bubblers and bongs are made we've asked one of Colorado's most prominent and best-known artists to take on a quasi-regular column we'd like to call: Glass Class.

This week, it's the second half of our introduction from glass guru Scott "Trikky" Saed. He's a humble guy with a lot of talent, but he's always looking to learn and explore glassblowing more and spread knowledge and skill to the growing world of new-school American glassblowers and pipe makers. Enough of our flattery, we'll let Saed introduce himself:

Glass Class: Glassblowing and handblown pipe culture reporting from Scott "Trikky" Saed
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 3:20 pm

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Scott Saed.
To help all of us non-glass artists better understand the industry, evolution and art and science behind how our pipes, bubblers and bongs are made we've asked one of Colorado's most prominent and best-known artists to take on a quasi-regular column we'd like to call: Glass Class.

This week, we'd like to introduce our glass guide and guru, Scott "Trikky" Saed. He's a humble guy with a lot of talent, but he's always looking to learn and explore glassblowing more and spread knowledge and skill to the growing world of new-school American glassblowers and pipe makers. Enough of our flattery, we'll let Saed introduce himself: