Woody Harrelson on work and weed

Actor Woody Harrelson is as well known for his affinity for hashish as he is for his versatility on TV and in motion pictures. He’s presently featuring in the Oscar-nominated “Triangle of Sadness,” and the new sports comedy “Champions,” about a prickly but pleasing basketball coach who discovers himself leading a team of players with psychological disabilities. Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with Harrelson about fulfilling his dreams: both to motivate an audience, and to co-own a dispensary.
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  1. Super talented guy.

  2. Just watched Champions. Such a good movie! Go out and see it, I highly recommend it

  3. *My Sobriety Date is January 16, 1992*

  4. I always like to hear about weed and productivity for people. I used to get high all day and get things done, but eventually it just got to the point where it made me too lazy and I had to cut it out. I also can’t smoke in moderation for whatever reason. If I have it, I’m pretty much high until it’s gone. I still smoke from time to time, but I don’t keep it around anymore. I wish I could still be a stoner as an adult, but I have to be honest with myself and the truth is I like myself more when I’m sober. It’s different for everyone, but I think for many people who aren’t happy with their lives it’s something that gets in the way of changing things. After I stopped smoking I got an English teaching certificate and now I’m a world traveller. Statistics are more important than individual stories, but I love my life right now and personally I was satisfied with with living in a mediocre way when I was high all the time. It took quitting to learn what possibilities were out there and to take action on one of them. Just some food for thought.

  5. He’s got an open mind for his body mind and soul.

  6. 61 but dam looks 71 weed destroys your brain

  7. He has a movie coming out, that’s why we get to see his stupid face EVERYWHERE now. Whoop dee frickin’ doo

  8. I smoked it every day for 12 years, until the culture started pushing it this hard. Feels great

  9. Well weed sure didn’t age him like chain smokers. He looks amazing for his age.

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