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Ep. 30 I'm Butter You're Jam Welcome back to... no, that can't be right... Episode 30?! of Smoke Til' It's Gone or Die! Somehow we've made it this far, and we're so thrilled you are along for the ride. In this episode, Patty tells the tale of the Connecticut River Valley Killer who has never been caught, despite all the evidence compiled over multiple years from multiple victims; this one is wild, with an 'I Survived' tale as well as some described violence that may not be suitable for the softer-hearted. Rylee dives deeper into CBD, how we interact with it, and the potential effects it can have on our little stoner bodies!
Rylee's Probable Cause this week is a GoFundMe page for an incredible human we adore, Jess! Please take a look-see at this link right here and if you have some dollars, donate! Jess has been a wonderful, sweet listener and friend and deserves our love and support as she battles Judith, a b-cell lymphoma.

Patty's Probable Cause is Season of Justice; Season of Justice (SOJ) is a nonprofit dedicated to providing funding to law enforcement agencies and families to help solve cold cases. SOJ provides grants to law enforcement for advanced DNA analysis solutions, such as forensic genealogy and next-generation sequencing. The organization also awards grants to families to support awareness campaigns, search teams and other initiatives that can assist in pushing their cold cases forward. SOJ’s goal is to provide financial resources for both law enforcement and families in order to bring closure to those impacted by unsolved violent crimes. https://seasonofjustice.org/

As always, thank you so much for listening, and we can't wait to be back next episode for more stoned shenanigans and tales of terrifying true crime. You can find us on Instagram @stgdpocast, our email is stgdpodcast@gmail.com, and you can become a patron at patreon.com/stgdpodcast. Tell your friends about us!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details. Bye!

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Ep. 30 I'm Butter You're Jam Welcome back to... no, that can't be right... Episode 30?! of Smoke Til' It's Gone or Die! Somehow we've made it this far, and we're so thrilled you are along for the ride. In this episode, Patty tells the tale of the Connecticut River Valley Killer who has never been caught, despite all the evidence compiled over multiple years from multiple victims; this one is wild, with an 'I Survived' tale as well as some described violence that may not be suitable for the softer-hearted. Rylee dives deeper into CBD, how we interact with it, and the potential effects it can have on our little stoner bodies!
Rylee's Probable Cause this week is a GoFundMe page for an incredible human we adore, Jess! Please take a look-see at this link right here and if you have some dollars, donate! Jess has been a wonderful, sweet listener and friend and deserves our love and support as she battles Judith, a b-cell lymphoma.

Patty's Probable Cause is Season of Justice; Season of Justice (SOJ) is a nonprofit dedicated to providing funding to law enforcement agencies and families to help solve cold cases. SOJ provides grants to law enforcement for advanced DNA analysis solutions, such as forensic genealogy and next-generation sequencing. The organization also awards grants to families to support awareness campaigns, search teams and other initiatives that can assist in pushing their cold cases forward. SOJ’s goal is to provide financial resources for both law enforcement and families in order to bring closure to those impacted by unsolved violent crimes. https://seasonofjustice.org/

As always, thank you so much for listening, and we can't wait to be back next episode for more stoned shenanigans and tales of terrifying true crime. You can find us on Instagram @stgdpocast, our email is stgdpodcast@gmail.com, and you can become a patron at patreon.com/stgdpodcast. Tell your friends about us!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details. Bye!

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Ep. 29 Anyway, Here's Wonder Moron Here we are again! It's episode 29 of Smoke Til It's Gone Or Die! Patty takes you off the edge of the cliff she left you on last week, and finishes the story of the Brendel Family. The legal proceedings are like a damn HBO miniseries with all the drama, you won't want to miss it. Rylee breaks down THC a bit more, offering up a few nugs of wisdom; to eat or to smoke your weed? Whichever way you prefer, roll up, get baked, and get ready for some giggles!
Patty's Probable Cause this week is Spectrum Theater Ensemble. Spectrum Theatre Ensemble evolves the awareness, resources, and professionals that empower our neurodiverse community in achieving equal opportunity and full participation in society. Send a few dollars their way, at https://www.stensemble.org!
Rylee's Probable Cause this episode is The James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Industry Relief Fund; "The JBF Food and Beverage Relief Fund is gathering donations from everyday diners as well as corporate donors to distribute micro-grants to independent businesses." You can find a complete list of Relief Funds for Restaurant, Bars, and Service Workers on eater.com!

Thanks for listening! If you're sick of the Hightower Schmooze, please take a moment to rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast on your favorite streaming platform. You can find us on Instagram @stgdpocast, our email is stgdpodcast@gmail.com, and you can become a patron at patreon.com/stgdpodcast. Tell your friends about us!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.





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Ep. 28 Under the Golden Cow It’s the long awaited return of Smoke Til It’s Gone Or Die! After the comedy of errors of the past 6 months, we’ve finally gathered our shit and are ready to get back into it. We’ve restructured a bit, but the stoned nonsense hasn’t changed. Rylee educates us with the history and background of the Cannabis plant and how we’ve come to know how it really affects us. They dive into the endocannabinoid system and all the little synapses it takes to make YOU stoned. Patty went on the deepest dive into a murder that shook the tiny state of Rhode Island. The terrifying tale of Christopher Hightower and the murder of the Brendel family easily could have been ten hours long, but Patty restrains herself. And thus, the first part of a two-part case comes to you now. Roll up a doob (or two) and let’s get into it!
This week Rylee asks you to read about and make a donation to Marijuana Policy Project.
As always, it’s our duty as a stoners to educate ourselves and donate money to these amazing folks. MPP is the largest organization in the U.S. that’s focused solely on enacting humane marijuana laws. MPP’s mission is to change federal law to allow states to determine their own marijuana policies without federal interference, to allow the medical use of cannabis in all 50 states and U.S. territories, and to regulate marijuana like alcohol. Go to mpp.org to check it out!
Patty’s Probable Cause this week is Child & Family of Rhode Island.
At Child & Family they hold two core beliefs; that individuals and communities thrive when supported by strong families, and that a community works best when it is willing to accept responsibilities for all of its members.
Thanks for listening! If you missed us as much as we missed you, please take a moment to rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast on your favorite streaming platform. You can find us on Instagram @stgdpocast, our email is stgdpodcast@gmail.com, and you can become a patron at patreon.com/stgdpodcast. Tell your friends about us!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.

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Ep. 27 Please Check Your Screws This week on Smoke Til It's Gone or Die, we're back! It's been quite the hiatus but your favorite stoned hosts are back and not necessarily better than ever, but we're definitely back. Patty tells the creepy tale of twin sisters Ursula and Sabina Eriksson who experienced a strange but short winded episode of folie a duex. Rylee shares an "I Survived" about British Airways flight 5390 and the heroes that kept all 87 occupants safe after a mechanical failure led the plane into an almost-deadly nose dive.
Patty's Probable Cause this week is The Mental Health Coalition: We are a coalition of the most passionate and influential organizations, brands, and individuals who have joined forces to end the stigma surrounding mental health and to change the way people talk about, and care for, mental illness.
Rylee's Probable Cause is Keshet; For LGBTQ Equality in Jewish Life: Keshet envisions a world in which all LGBTQ Jews and our families can live with full equality, justice, and dignity. By strengthening Jewish communities and equipping Jewish organizations with the skills and knowledge they need to make all LGBTQ Jews feel welcome, we work to ensure the full equality of all LGBTQ Jews and our families in Jewish life. We also create spaces in which all queer Jewish youth feel seen and valued and advance LGBTQ rights nationwide.

Thanks for listening! If you’re excited we’re back, please take a moment to rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast on your favorite streaming platform. You can find us on Instagram @stgdpocast, our email is stgdpodcast@gmail.com, and you can become a patron at patreon.com/stgdpodcast. Tell your friends about us!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.

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Ep. 26 Stare Into the Noid Oh, how we have missed you! After a hiatus (because of you know, life), Smoke Til It’s Gone Or It’s Gone Or Die is back with Episode 27! This week, Rylee tells us what America’s Favorite trash pizza, Dominos, and the omnipresent Noid could possibly have to do with true crime. And how Food and Wine Magazine managed to be one of their sources. Feeling in her best friend feels, Patty shares the heartbreaking (but redeeming and oh-so satisfying) story of the murder of Angela Samota and her best friend, Shiela Wysocki, who solved the case.
In reference to Rylee’s case, please visit and donate to https://mhanational.org/.
Mental Health America's work is driven by its commitment to promote mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including prevention services for all; early identification and intervention for those at risk; integrated care, services, and support for those who need them; with recovery as the goal.
Patty’s Probable Cause this week is Project: Cold Case. Please visit and donate at https://projectcoldcase.org/
Project: Cold Case was born out of a desire to provide hope to families of unsolved homicide victims. They are a not-for-profit organization with an ambitious goal of publicizing all unsolved homicides in the United States while linking information, families, and law enforcement, and ultimately, helping to solve cold cases.
In a very special STGD Probable Cause, we would like to feature the story of Daniel Threadgill. In 2012, Daniel was wrongfully convicted of a murder he did not commit. He was sentenced with no priors to double the standard range. Daniel has so far served 10 years of his 40 year sentence. Please read the story, featured below, and follow the links to sign the petition to help Daniel. https://actualinnocentprisoners.com/daniel-threadgill)
Thanks for listening! If you’re excited we’re back, please take a moment to rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast on your favorite streaming platform. You can find us on Instagram @stgdpocast, our email is stgdpodcast@gmail.com, and you can become a patron at patreon.com/stgdpodcast. Tell your friends about us!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.

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Ep. 25 Pure Skunk Hello friends! It’s Episode 25 of Smoke Til It’s Gone Or Die! Patty’s stoned ass was shocked that she hadn’t yet covered one of her favorite psychological phenomena, Munchausen by Proxy. She covers the heartbreaking tale of Garnett Spears, whose mother Lacey strategically poisoned to garner attention from health care professionals and her social media circle. Trying to cover an equal but opposite topic, Rylee covers the story of William James Bresnahan Jr., a young boy who killed his parents over an argument while camping. The real twist comes when we see how his life turned out after this horrible tragedy.

Patty’s Probable Cause this week comes in the wake of the recent uprise of hate crimes against the Asian community in the US. The Asian Mental Health Project at https://asianmentalhealthproject.com/, recognizes that there is a pervasive cultural stigma that often discourages members of the Asian American community from receiving the help they need. In many Asian American communities, and in the greater American population, there exists a general lack of knowledge about mental health and mental illnesses. Because many of the symptoms of suffering are “invisible,” it is often harder for mental illnesses to be acknowledged. There is a misconception that struggling with mental health is a choice or a sign of weakness.
They are here to dispel this belief and provide resources that are accessible to all.

Rylee’s Probable Cause is the American Nurses Association, as National Nurses week just passed. The ANA, at https://www.nursingworld.org/, believes that dedicated nurses deserve the best practice environments, and to be supported to live the healthiest lives. ANA is committed to safeguarding nurse wellbeing, for improved patient outcomes – and happier nurses.

If you've got munchies by proxy of us, follow us on Instagram @stgdpodcast, hit us up on Patreon, or send us an email at stgdpodcast@gmail.com! Let your friends know that they too can have their ears berated by the silly stoners that talk to you through your phone screen on every streaming service out there. Thanks for listening! Bye!

Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.

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Ep. 24 Brûlée On My Face Hello and welcome back, to Smoke Til It’s Gone or Die! Another episode of your favorite shitty little podcast is here for your listening displeasure! We’re in our mid-twenties now and feeling as spry as ever, no matter how stoned your hosts may be by the end. On this week’s episode, Patty tells us about the heartbreaking kidnapping of the 43 students from Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers' College in Mexico. Despite her struggles with pronunciation, she manages to give us a heavy but necessary low-down on what happened to Mexico City back in 2014. For Rylee’s case, we travel south from Mexico to Argentina, covering the country’s most notorious serial killer, The Angel of Death, Carlos Eduardo Robledo Puch. At just 19 he committed some of Argentina's most heinous murders, and has been in jail for close to 40 years at this point and will be for the rest of his days.&nbsp;
For Patty's Probable Cause, she asks you to check out:https://www.tlachinollan.org/ &nbsp;Their mission: Promote the exercise, demand and defend, from cultural diversity, the rights of the Na Savi, Me'phaa, Nauas, ñomdaa and mestizo peoples of the Mountain and Costa Chica de Guerrero regions to jointly build legitimate roads and that guarantee the validity of their human rights. (Translation below)
Misión: Promover el ejercicio, exigir y defender, desde la diversidad cultural, los derechos de los pueblos na savi, me’phaa, nauas, ñomdaa y mestizos de las regiones de la Montaña y la Costa Chica de Guerrero para construir conjuntamente caminos legítimos y pacíficos que garanticen la vigencia de sus derechos humanos.
For Rylee's Probable Cause, they ask that you go support:https://www.armeniasupportfund.org/ :Ensuring the future of Armenian Communities&amp; Businesses; The Armenia Support Fund was established in early 2020 to take on strategic initiatives impacting Armenians in both Armenia and around the globe. During this COVID-19 pandemic our organization is focusing its efforts on raising funds to support small and medium size businesses (SMEs) in Armenia impacted by COVID-19.
If you're reading this, it's a sign to follow us on Instagram @stgdpodcast, hit us up on Patreon, or send us an email at stgdpodcast@gmail.com! Let your friends know that they too can have their ears berated by the silly stoners that talk to you through your phone screen on every streaming service out there. Thanks for listening! Bye!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.


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Ep. 23 Toasted Beyond Repair Hello and welcome back, to our shitty little podcast, Smoke Til It’s Gone Or Die! This week, your hosts try something a little different, and do a wine and weed pairing! Rylee briefly rants about their love of wine and Patty tells us about the Sherbert/ or Sunset Sherbert buds being smoked. Warning: Little bitch coughs ahead! Questions of favored smoking spots, best overall smoking spots, places your hosts shouldn’t have been smoking weed, and more on Episode 23: Toasted Beyond Repair.
Staying on theme for their Probable Cause, Rylee’s asks that you check out and support The Roots Fund: The Roots Fund was created to empower the BIPOC Community in the wine industry by providing resources and financial support through educational scholarships, wine education, mentorship, and job placement. The Roots Fund is committed to investing in the Black, Indigenous &amp; Latinx wine community to provide opportunities to those seeking a career or education in all aspects of wine.
Patty’s Probable Cause is The Marijuana Policy Project: The Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) is the number one organization in the U.S. legalizing cannabis. We passed 13 medical cannabis laws in the past 15 years, and we ran winning campaigns in eight of the 11 legalization states. No organization in the movement has changed as many cannabis laws, impacted as many patients and consumers, created as many new markets, or done more to end cannabis prohibition in the U.S. than MPP.
If you're reading this, it's a sign to follow us on Instagram @stgdpodcast, hit us up on Patreon, or send us an email at stgdpodcast@gmail.com! Let your friends know that they too can have their ears berated by the silly stoners that talk to you through your phone screen on every streaming service out there. Thanks for listening! Bye!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.

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Ep. 22 Full Circle Full Square Hello and welcome to Smoke Til It’s Gone or Die! We’re back at it again to accost your ears with Episode 22: Full Circle Full Square, rife with dramatic exclamations from both your fave stoned hosts. Patty tells the heart-wrenching story of 19-year-old Lisa Au, who went missing in 1982 on the island of Oahu. Misleads, absolute incompetence, and the suspicions of a dirty cop are just a few of the twists that make up this unsolved case. Rylee doubles (triples?) down on police incompetence with three cases of botched SWAT and police raids; highlighting the death of Alberto Sepulveda, who was shot by a SWAT team member during a raid to look for meth, the no knock search issued on Anjanette Young, and the detriment of the C.A.M.P. (Campaign Against The War On Drugs) initiative.
Patty’s Probable Cause this week is the Women’s Fund of Hawai'i: https://womensfundhawaii.org/&nbsp;
The mission of Women’s Fund of Hawaii is to support innovative, grassroots programs that empower women and girls statewide. The Fund provides information and education on women’s and girls’ philanthropy, shines a light on women’s and girls’ issues, and increases the visibility of our grantees.
Rylee asks that you check out the Drug Policy Alliance: https://drugpolicy.org/about-us
The Drug Policy Alliance envisions a just society in which the use and regulation of drugs are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights, in which people are no longer punished for what they put into their own bodies but only for crimes committed against others, and in which the fears, prejudices and punitive prohibitions of today are no more.
Our mission is to advance those policies and attitudes that best reduce the harms of both drug use and drug prohibition, and to promote the sovereignty of individuals over their minds and bodies.
If you're reading this, it's a sign to follow us on Instagram @stgdpodcast, hit us up on Patreon, or send us an email at stgdpodcast@gmail.com! Let your friends know that they too can have their ears berated by the silly stoners that talk to you through your phone screen on every streaming service out there. Thanks for listening! Bye!
Under Massachusetts’ Chapter 94G and California’s Proposition 64 Bills it is legal for us two assholes to possess and consume MaryJane, medically known as cannabis, in our respective states. We do NOT condone the illegal consumption, possession, or sale of cannabis in places it’s not supposed to be smoked, man handled, or acquired from a legal dispensary. But we DO condone what the awesome humans at Marijuana Policy Project are doing to support legislation at the state and federal level to decriminalize cannabis across the country, and advocate for those who have been incarcerated for cannabis possession. Visit mpp.org for more details.

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