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Locklear Arrested: We’re Not Worthy

September 30th, 2008 by Perry

Yipes.

Oh Heather, what happened? And honestly, she looks way worse in some of the other mug shots I saw. I think People cleaned this one up a little bit. Anyway, the blonde that time forgot was arrested and booked for driving under the influence of … something. Bad girl, but still not enough to significantly move her status as one of the hottest 10 MILFs in the universe.

Ricky Fights the Urge

September 30th, 2008 by Alex

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In an interview, Ricky Williams talked about how hard it was to refrain from enjoying a toke during his team’s bye week.

Williams is notorious as the running back who’s been suspended three different times for 1, 4 and 16 games respectively. Violating the league’s substance abuse policy hasn’t helped his bank account too much, Ricky said that a fourth violation would likely result in permanent expulsion from the league.

He said:

Automatically your mind, which is so constrained since training camp began … says, ‘I’m free, what can I do?’

So there was definitely an urge. But I just thought about what I have to lose, and it was easy. The urge didn’t last very long.

Although Ricky says he’ll never indulge again as a pro football player, he can’t commit to that when he retires. Good call Ricky, not like you can get suspended from your retirement, so it’s safe to light one up and enjoy a bear claw or two.

It’s rare to see such honesty from a professional athlete when it comes to marijuana usage. Considering the amount of constant beatings their bodies take, and the consistent pains once done playing in the league, it’s surprising that more NFL players don’t address the subject of pot as pain relief.

Well, Ricky did. Smart? Probably not. Honest? Definitely.

A Fireside Chat with Ron Paul

September 30th, 2008 by Perry

Armed with a great argument for a Libertarian Revolution, Ron Paul has some great arguments for state’s rights in the legalization battle and what sort of things our government should be concerning itself with.

Denver Police Decimate Another Field of Dreams

September 30th, 2008 by Perry

About 890 plants (at an estimated worth in the millions) were seized from a Denver field near Parachute. No one took responsibility for the botany, but the plants grew to over 10 feet in height. So obviously, somebody was doing a lot of god’s good work.


Idaho Not Likely to Embrace MMJ

September 30th, 2008 by Perry

But hey, at least the effort’s there.

Most political pundits don’t expect the measure to pass, but Idahoans are putting medical marijuana on the ballot. A similar measure to relax the state’s stance failed by a vote of 21-9 in June so the odds are unlikely. But, at least it’s getting on the ballot.

The fact that lawmakers are making it a priority is a good thing. Hopefully, we can address it further nationally when our economy is pulled out of the toilet and our foreign policy isn’t such a mess.

They Finally Have a Weed College? Hooray!

September 30th, 2008 by Perry

After years of prayer, it turns out someone was listening.

In Oakland, Ca., Oaksterdam University operates as America’s first official “Weed College” (apologies to Chico State and Humboldt).

Richard Lee, who by his own accord, has dedicated his life to the end of marijuana prohibition. He recently opened a university aimed at educated individuals on not only the legal aspects of marijuana cultivation and commerce, but also its history and movement. Described as part school and part political movement, the university is definitely something the informed smoker should know about.

The Church’s Hypocrisy Continues

September 30th, 2008 by Perry

A priest in South Charleston, along with a fellow member who was a drug counselor at the parish, were arrested for felony marijuana possession.

Oh, the irony.

I obviously don’t have any problem with these guys lighting up some MMJ, but then going out and probably preaching about the evils of drugs while you do it, is just plain wrong.

More Reasons to Love this War on Drugs

September 29th, 2008 by Perry

This particular “Top 10″ details several studies that completely backfired on the government, like one that disproved the “gateway effect” and the inefficiency of prohibition. Also including, a few other lies that have been the government’s crutch to propagate its war on drugs.

See for yourself, but I bet you already suspected as much.






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