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    Re: Act to Remove Federal Penalties for Personal Use of Marijuana by Responsible Adul

    Excellent quote!

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    Gee,...Thanks guys. I just love being on the side of righteousness!!! Makes me all warm and fuzzy inside...LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1classclown1 View Post
    I get tooo pissed off, and then I want to throw something. That will not win any converts, or increase my life span but maybe I'll take a few down with me.lol.

    We all get pissed

    I throw seed

    A strain database with the medical uses of each strain.

    Pretty Work BubaJim !!!
    Gee,...Thanks guys. I just love being on the side of righteousness!!! Makes me all warm and fuzzy inside...LOL
    Pretty Cool, Ay!

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    whitehousedrugpolicy.gov
    that has all the lies about MJ related deaths.

    I wanta take this oportunity to tell Y'all about a letter I got from
    my congressionally rep. yesterday.
    Lloyd Doggett
    25th Dis .. oh hell I'll just scan it
    littl' click, click , copy&paste(my favorite:-)
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    damn, tougher than I thought?!!?

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    Getting a scanned page under 450k will be interesting ;-)

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    And send it to the police chief, the press, every state and local politician, every local judge, the prosecutors, the doctors, the hospices, the medical associations. See where I am going. We need to target our message. It is message of awareness, not not radicalism. We have to convince people in power who have influence, that we have a message that is worth listening to.

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    Rodger that !!!

    Should friggin' be Able to scan it to the OCR software, damn it ...
    Last edited by Frog; 05-16-2008 at 08:22 AM. Reason: It's bein' difficult ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokin Moose View Post
    And send it to the police chief, the press, every state and local politician, every local judge, the prosecutors, the doctors, the hospices, the medical associations. See where I am going. We need to target our message. It is message of awareness, not not radicalism. We have to convince people in power who have influence, that we have a message that is worth listening to.
    Very well said Moose!!! Moose? what kind of weed do we need to be smoking as to stay focused and motivated on this? This White Widow just forkes my will power all up. Any suggestions? We need to stay diligent on this, stick to our guns, so to speak. We need all the motivation on this we can get!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaMagoMan View Post
    Rodger that !!!

    Should friggin' be Able to scan it to the OCR software, damn it ...
    Hell! just retype it if you have to...I know that will suck tho...probably get writers cramp,lol

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    After the move, I will help get some organization for "Higher Flyer's" where each of us will print 100 black and white flyer's on our home printers and spend a day at the mall sticking them to cars and handing them out.

    There is a lot of work to do to get the rest of our states to recognize our rights, and I cannot wait forever to see these laws passed. I cannot go without Cannabis, so each day I am in a state that where it is illegal, I risk prison for nothing more then medicating my illness. I have tried almost ALL medications made to treat my illness over the last 7-8 years, and nothing compares.

    No worries. I promise, (and I rarely do that) we will start a campaign in the south that will roll over these politicians that are bought and paid for by the PACs, and special interests.

    In my opinion, campaign finance will be the key to removing these traitors from office, just so we can have a fair honest vote. Another key, especially in states like Florida, will be the AARP and elderly voters that could use Medicinal Cannabis to make a better existence for themselves. People with experience will tell you what happens when you tell these voters they cannot have something they need or want, their representatives disappear after the election. That is how must voting power they have in the south, and particularly why republicans do so well in these areas.

    On second thought, maybe the best place to start would be places where the elderly frequent, and the AARP office itself.

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    Bawahahahaha !!!!

    Thank you for your communication in support of medical marijuana research. Previously, I voted for the amendment offered by Rep. Maurice Hinchey to the appropriations bill for the Departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and related agencies, which would have prohibited the U.S. Department of Justice - including the Drug Enforcement Administration — from using any appropriated funds to interfere with the implementation of medical marijuana laws in the 10 states that had approved such use. However, it was defeated by a vote of 165 to 262.
    I will continue to oppose federal interference to medical marijuana use, believing that this decision is best left to the States. As I have previously stated in opposing a federal prohibition on medical use of marijuana:
    I note that the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the most respected publications in the medical community in this country, and a number of oncologists in this country seem to believe that this substance has some benefits, and for this Congress to mingle politics into medicine is a mistake. But perhaps it was put best by a Florida woman who successfully uses marijuana to treat glaucoma in her eye who said, "You cannot outlaw compassion, self preservation, or survival."
    Please keep me advised of any federal matters with which I may be of assistance.
    Sincerely,

    Lloyd Doggett LD:

    I'll upload it as a jpg too

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    after some editing for security reasons

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    perhaps the best thing we could do about myth busting and getting the facts out would to get mr's frank and paul to have open congressional hearings on
    MJ in light of recent medical and scientific knowledge "" an update for all controlled substances in accordance the constitutions instruction to "promote t the progress of science " for patents and copyrights shouldn't that apply to medical discoveries that show that god created man with cannabis recptors in the brain and body and as such there must be a god given medical use for MJ just like opiates which also have receptors in the body if you use the created by god you shut up a lot of the bible thumpers
    with their own traditions....

    but anyway shouldn't the law be updated with open public hearings on controlled substances every 10 or 20 years to promote the progress of science like the constitution tells us.....


    how about making the bill a temporary 3-5 year measure with new hearings on it to occur during that time and if warranted make it go until the next long term evaluation


    oh and by the way shouldn't they apply equal protection to booze and tobacco as regards to being gateway drugs and role in domestic violence and violent crime

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    Nice Job Mago :-)

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    I would like to see this fact checked if anyone has time :-)

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    2700 BC First written record of cannabis use, in the pharmacopoeia of Shen Nung, one of the fathers of Chinese medicine.
    550 BC The Persian prophet Zoroaster gives hemp first place in the sacred text, the Zend-Avesta, which lists over 10,000 medicinal plants.
    450 BC The Greek historian Herodotus describes the Scythians of central Asia throwing hemp onto heated stones under canvas: 'as it burns, it smokes like incense and the smell of it makes them drunk'.
    100 BC Chinese make paper from cannabis and mulberry.
    AD 45 St Mark establishes the Ethiopian Coptic Church. The Copts claim that marijuana as a sacrament has a lineage descending from the Jewish sect, the Essenes, who are considered to be responsible for the Dead Sea Scrolls.
    70 Roman Emperor Nero's surgeon, Dioscorides praises Cannabis for making "the stoutest cords" and for it's medical properties.
    400 Cannabis cultivated for the first time in England at Old Buckeham Mare.
    500 First botanical drawing of Cannabis appears in 'Constantinopolitanus'.
    600 Germans, Franks, Vikings, etc. make paper from Cannabis.
    800 Mohammed allows Cannabis, but forbids alcohol use.
    1000 The English word 'Hempe' first listed in a dictionary. Moslems produce hashish for medical and social use.
    1150 Moslems use Cannabis to start Europe's first paper mill. Most paper is made from Cannabis for next 850 years.
    1484 Pope Innocent VIII singles out cannabis as an unholy sacrament of the Satanic mass.
    1494 Hemp paper making starts in England.
    1545 Spanish bring Cannabis cultivation to Chile.
    1554 Spanish bring Cannabis cultivation to Peru.
    1563 Queen Elizabeth I decrees that land owners with 60 acres or more must grow Cannabis else face a £5 fine.
    1564 King Philip of Spain follows lead of Queen Elizabeth and orders Cannabis to be grown throughout his Empire from modern-day Argentina to Oregon.
    1606 British take Cannabis to Canada to be cultivated mainly for maritime uses.
    1611 British start cultivating Cannabis in Virginia.
    1619 Virginia colony makes Cannabis Cultivation Mandatory, followed by most other colonies. Europe pays Hemp bounties.
    1631 Cannabis used for bartering throughout American Colonies.
    1632 Pilgrims bring Cannabis to New England.
    1753 Cannabis Sativa classified by Linneaus.
    1776 Declaration of Independence drafted on Cannabis paper.
    1783 Cannabis Indica classified by Lamarck.
    1791 President Washington sets duties on Cannabis to encourage domestic industry. Jefferson calls Cannabis "a necessity" and urges farmers to grow Cannabis instead of tobacco.
    1807 Napoleon signs the Treaty of Tilset with Czar Alexander of Russia which cuts off all legal Russian trade with Britain. Britain blackmails and press gangs American sailors into illegally trading in Russian Hemp.
    1808 Napoleon wants to place French Troops at Russian ports to ensure the Treaty of Tilset is complied with. The Czar refuses and turns a blind eye to Britain's illegal trade in Cannabis.
    1812 19th June America declares war on Britain. 24th June Napoleon invades Russia aiming to put an end to Britain's main supply of Cannabis. By the end of the year the Russian winter and army had destroyed most of Napolean's invading force.
    1835 The Club de Hashichines, whose bohemian membership included the poet Baudelaire, is founded.
    1839 Homeopathy journal American Provers' Union publishes first of many reports on the effects of Cannabis.
    1841 Dr. W.B. O'Shaunghnessy of Scotland works in India then introduces Cannabis to Western medicine. In the following 50 years hundreds of medical papers are written on the medical benefits of Cannabis.
    1845 Psychologist and 'inventor' of modern psychopharmacology and psychotimimetic drug treatment, Jacques-Joseph Moreau de Tours documents physical and mental benefits of Cannabis.
    1857 'The Hasheesh Eater' by Fitz Hugh Ludlow is published. Smith Brothers of Edinburgh start to market a highly active extract of Cannabis Indica used as a basis for innumerable tinctures.
    1860 First Governmental commission study of Cannabis and health conducted by Ohio State Medical society.
    1870 Cannabis is listed in the US Pharmacopoeia as a medicine for various ailments.
    1876 Hashish served at American Centennial Exposition.
    1890 Queen Victoria's personal physician, Sir Russell Reynolds, prescribes Cannabis for menstrual cramps. He claims in the first issue of The Lancet, that Cannabis "When pure and administered carefully, is one of the of the most valuable medicines we possess"
    1895 The Indian Hemp Drug Commission concludes that cannabis has some medical uses, no addictive properties and a number of positive emotional and social benefits. First known use of the word 'marijuana' for smoking, by Pancho Villa's supporters in Sonora Mexico. The song "La Curaracha" tells the story of one of Villa's men looking for his stash of "marijuana por fumar"
    1910 African-American 'reefer' use reported in jazz clubs of New Orleans, said to be influencing white people. Mexican's reported to be smoking Cannabis in Texas. Newspaper tycoon Randolph Hearst has 800,000 acres of prime Mexican Timberland seized from him by Villa and his men. Could this be the reason why his newspapers subsequently ran many stories portraying Negroes and Mexicans as frenzied beasts under the influence of 'Marijuana'.
    1911 Hindus reported to be using 'Gunjah' in San Francisco. South Africa starts to outlaw Cannabis.
    1912 The possibility of putting controls on the use of Cannabis is raised at the first International Opium Conference.
    1915 California outlaws Cannabis.
    1916 Recognising that timber supplies are finite, USDA Bulletin 404 calls for new program of expansion of Cannabis to replace uses of timber by industry.
    1919 Texas outlaws Cannabis.
    1923 The South African delegate to the League of Nations claims mine workers are not as productive after using 'dagga' (Cannabis) and calls for international controls. Britain insists on further research before any controls are imposed.
    1924 At the second International Opiates Conference the Egyptian delegate claims that serious problems are associated with Hashish use and calls for immediate international controls. A Sub-Committee is formed and listens to the Egyptian and Turkish delegations while Britain abstains. The conference declares Cannabis a Narcotic and recommends strict international control.
    1925 The 'Panama Canal Zone Report' conducted due to the level of Cannabis use by soldiers in the area concludes that there is no evidence that Cannabis use is habit-forming or deleterious. The report recommends that no action be taken to prevent the use or sale of Cannabis.
    1928 September 28th. The Dangerous Drugs Act 1925 becomes law and Cannabis is made illegal in Britain.
    1930 Louis Armstrong is arrested in Los Angeles for possession of cannabis.
    1931 The Federal Bureau of Narcotics is formed with Anslinger appointed as its head.
    1937 Following action by the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and a campaign by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, a prohibitive tax is put on hemp in the USA, effectively destroying the industry. Anslinger testifies to congress that 'Marijuana' is the most violence causing drug known to Man. The objections by the American Medical Association (The AMA only realised that 'Marijuana' was in fact Cannabis 2 days before the start of hearing) and the National Oil Seed Institute are rejected.
    1938 The February edition of US magazine Popular Mechanics (written before the Marijuana Transfer Tax was passed) declares 'Hemp - the New Billion Dollar Crop.'
    1941 Cannabis dropped from the American Pharmacopoeia. Popular Mechanics Magazine reveal details of Henry Ford's plastic car made using Cannabis and fuelled from Cannabis. Henry Ford continued to illegally grow Cannabis for some years after the Federal ban, hoping to become independent of the petroleum industry.
    1943 Both the US and German governments urge their patriotic farmers to grow hemp for the war effort. The US shows farmers a short film - 'Hemp for Victory' which the government later pretends never existed. The editor of 'Military Journal' states that although some military personnel smoke Cannabis he does not view this as a problem.
    1944 New York Mayor LaGuardia's Marijuana commission reports that Cannabis causes no violence at all and cites other positive results. Anslinger responds by denouncing LaGuardia and threatens doctors with prison sentences if they dare carry out independent research on Cannabis.
    1945 Newsweek reports that over 100,000 Americans use Cannabis.
    1948 Anslinger now declares that using Cannabis causes the user to become peaceful and pacifistic. He also claims that the Communists would use Cannabis to weaken the American's will to fight.
    1951 UN bulletin of Narcotic Drugs estimates 200 million Cannabis users worldwide.
    1952 First UK Cannabis bust at the Number 11 Club, Soho.
    1961 Anslinger heads US delegation at UN Drugs Convention. New international restrictions are placed on Cannabis aiming to eliminate its use within 25 years.
    1962 Anslinger is sacked by President Kennedy. Kennedy may well have smoked cannabis in the White House.
    1964 The first head shop is opened by the Thelin brothers in the United States.
    1966 The folk singer Donovan becomes the first celebrity hippy to fall foul of the law.
    1967 In July over 3,000 people hold a mass 'smoke-in' in Hyde Park in London. The same month, The Times carries a pro-legalisation advertisement which declares that "the laws against Marijuana are immoral in principle and unworkable in Practice. The signatories include David Dimbleby, Bernard Levin, and the Beatles.
    1967 The most famous bust of all, on the home of Rolling Stone, Keith Richards, uncovered marijuana. Richards and Mick Jagger were sentenced to prison for respectively three months and one year. The sentences prompted an outcry that culminated in Lord Rees Mogg's famous Times editorial 'Who brakes a butterfly on a wheel?' The convictions were quashed on appeal.
    1967 In New York, on Valentines Day, Abbie Hoffman and the Yippies mail out 3000 joints to addresses chosen at random from the phonebook. They offer these people the chance to discover what all the fuss is about, but remind them that they are now criminals for possessing cannabis. The mail out was secretly funded by Jimi Hendrix, and attracts huge publicity.
    1968 A Home Office select committee, chaired by Baroness Wootton, looks at the 'cannabis question'. Its report concluded that cannabis was no more harmful than tobacco or alcohol, and recommended that the penalties for all marijuana offences be reduced. Campaign against Cannabis use by US Troops in Vietnam - Soldiers switch to heroin.
    1969 Incoming Labour minister Jim Callaghan rejects the Wootton recommendations and introduces a new Misuse of Drugs Act, which prescribes a maximum five years' imprisonment for possession. The Act remains in force to this day.
    1970 Canadian Le Dain report claims that the debate on the non-medical use of Cannabis "has all too often been based on hearsay, myth and ill-informed opinion about the effects of the drug." Marijuana Transfer Tax' declared unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court.
    1971 Misuse of Drugs Act lists Cannabis as a Class B drug and bans its medical use despite the recommendation of the Wootton Report that "Preparations of Cannabis and it's derivatives should continue to be available on prescription for purposes of medical treatment and research". President Nixon declares drugs "America's public enemy No. 1".
    1972 The White House passes a $1 billion anti-drug bill and Nixon again declares drugs America's public enemy No. 1". The US Government Shafer report voices concern at the level of spending used to stop illicit drug use. From 1969-73 the level of spending rose over 1000 percent.
    1973 President Nixon declares "We have turned the corner on drug addiction in America'. Oregon becomes the first state to take steps towards legalisation.
    1975 Hundreds of Doctors call on US Government to instigate further research on Cannabis. Supreme Court of Alaska declares that 'right of privacy' protects Cannabis possession in the home. Limit for public possession is set at one ounce.
    1976 Ford Administration bans government funding of medical research on Cannabis. Pharmaceutical companies allowed to carry out research on synthetic, manmade Cannabis analogues. Holland adopts policy of tolerance to Cannabis users. Robert Randal becomes first American to receive Cannabis from Federal supplies under a Investigational New Drug (IND) program. Ford's chief advisor on drugs, Robert Dupont declares that Cannabis is less harmful than alcohol or tobaeeo and urges for it's decriminalisation. Disturbances erupt at the end of the Notting Hill carnival. BBC News reports: 'Scores of young black men roamed the streets late into the night, openly smoking marijuana joints and listening to the non-stop pounding of reggae music'.
    1978 New Mexico becomes first US state to make Cannabis available for medical use.
    1980 Paul McCartney spends ten days in prison in Japan for possession of cannabis.
    1983 UK convictions for cannabis possession exceed 20,000, having risen from just under 15,000 in 1980. US government instructs American Universities and researchers to destroy all 1966-76 Cannabis research work.
    1988 In Washington, DEA Judge Francis Young concludes at the end of a lengthy legal process that "Marijuana in its natural form is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man". He recommends that medical use of marijuana should be allowed, for certain life- or sense-threatening illnesses. The DEA administrator rejects the ruling. US Senate adds $2.6 Billion to federal anti-drug efforts.
    1989 Outgoing president Reagan declares victory in War on Drugs as being a major achievement of his administration. Secretary of State James Baker reports that the global war on narcotics production "is clearly not being won."
    1990 The discovery of THC receptors in the human brain is reported in Nature.
    1991 42,209 people are convicted of cannabis offences in the UK. 19,583 escape with cautions.
    1993 Hempcore become the first British company to obtain a license to grow Cannabis as the Home Office lift restrictions on industrial hemp cultivation.
    1994 Home Secretary Michael Howard increases maximum fines for possession from £500 to £2,500. Germany becomes the first European country apart from Holland to decriminalise possession of 'small quantities of cannabis for occasional use'. The Liberal-Democrat conference votes for a Royal Commission, yet the tabloid press report that they support legalisation! Key rings with leaves taken from Hempcore's first Harvest are illegally sold in such publications as 'Viz'. The Home Office are aware of the situation but do not prosecute Hempcore who could have been facing 15 years and an unlimited fine. Association of Cannabis Therapeutics talks to Department Of Health about possibility of Legalising Cannabis for Medical use.
    1995 Channel 4 dedicate 8 hours of programming to Cannabis on Pot Night. The BBC respond with blatant anti-cannabis propaganda on Panorama. 10 millionth cannabis arrest in the US in July. Labour shadow minister Clare Short says the subject of decriminalisation should be discussed. She is immediately denounced by other leading Labour Politicians.
    1995 UKCIA website is launched


    1997


    The newspaper The Independent on Sunday launched a "Decriminalise cannabis" campaign. They, like us, believed that a change would come with the newly elected Labour government, they were wrong, but they did organise a big demonstration in London in March of 1998, before dropping the campaign. These large demonstrations became an annual event thereafter, although no longer organised by the newspaper.
    2000


    After four long years of attempted repression of cannabis under the first Labour Administration of Tony Blair, the climate of opinion began to change. In September of 2000, at the Tory party conference, the then shadow Home Secretary, Anne Widdecombe to make her keynote speech which was to be in the tradition of firm support for the issue of law and order. She announced that the next Conservative government would have a "crack down" on cannabis and she even proposed on the spot fines for simple small scale possession. The media and the police tore the speech apart as unworkable and even undesirable. Several Tory MP's admitted past use, the crack down on cannabis was over.
    2001 At the sart of the new administration in June 2001 the police in Lambeth, South London announced that they would no longer give anyone found in possession of cannabis a criminal record and the issue of legalisation became a major issue in the campaign for the leadership of the Conservative party. We began to hope change was close
    2001 October: The government sets up a Select Committee to look at drugs policy. When giving evidence the Home Secretary (David Blunkett) announces his intention to move cannabis from class B to class C, making possession a non-arrestable offence.
    2004 January: The long awaited reclassification finally happened, but the law relating to Class C drugs was changed so as to make most of the changes meaningless. The government spends 1 million pounds on an advertising campaign to tell people nothing had changed and Cannabis is still illegal.

    References

    Most of the timeline was compiled by Rob Christopher of CHIC using the following sources:
    Chris Conrad, HEMP, Lifeline to the Future (ISBN 0-963975-1-2)
    Ernest Abel, Marijuana, The First 12,000 years (Plenum Press, New York 1980)
    Jack Herer, The Emperor Wears No Clothes (ISBN # 1-878125-00-1)
    Peter Stratford, Psychedelics Encyclopaedia (ISBN 0-9114171-51-8)
    Some more came from the web site that accompanied Channel 4's Pot Night.

    UKCIA checked and corrected the above and added more using:

    Terrence McKenna, Food Of The Gods
    Abbie Hoffman, Soon To Be A Major Motion Picture
    Tom Wolfe, The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

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    I would like to see this fact checked if anyone has time :-)

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    WOW, Boss-Man!!! That is awesome!!! I totally agree with the point you make about "NOT GOING WITHOUT IT!!!" I am sick of the wait myself!!! Adults should have to have the right to choose how to treat their own bodies...they need to quit trying to save us from ourselves! PERIOD!!!
    Contrary to popular belief, these are OUR lives and they should just
    butt out!!!
    We are not hurting a damn soul with our hobbies and I personally have no plans what so ever in making any profits from any of it.
    I have smoked marijuana all of my adult life and I'll never quit, PERIOD!!! I have stopped using for jobs before but I found nothing but misery and distress when denied my high of choice.
    I think these fliers are a good jump off point to reach people who are just scared to speak out about their secret lifestyle. There are millions of people who are just waiting to see MJ legalized so that they can breath easier and go on with their lives.
    We need to invite these people in particular to our cause as they need to know that in fact they are not alone in this struggle.
    Here is something funny; I have a neighbor lady friend down the street from me that smokes, she has been smoking since the 60's and she had never heard of NORML, and she had no idea that there was even marijuana reform bills in the works, so that's our target right there!!! people like her that smoke but are not privy to the movement and the new research being developed for safer delivery systems.
    she had never even heard of vaporizing weed and that it has no smoke. I had to laugh when she said "No smoke?! how the hell do you get high!" Then I handed her a bag of White Widow vapor and it just forked her completely up. She placed her order for a new volcano that very night...now that's education for you...for a 38 year old to teach a 60 something year old on a new and safe trick to getting high...you want to talk about a good feeling?!!!

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