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The first to respond correctly to this word game with an email, message, text video or slideshow, (it’s too large to fit in Video Description or YT comment, but you can post it and send us the link that way)  will be eligible for a hemp clothing prize. For people who find the video and comment positively, they will be included into a drawing for a prize. I’ll keep this going annually. Prizes awarded every year in December. Different prize each time based on number of participants.

Knowing what was said, I found these video captions hilarious. Like a cross between doing a word jumble puzzle and translating a Hebrew scroll with spelling errors. There are also bits that are amazingly accurate. Sometimes it seemed like the video captions were being censored by You Tube somehow. Yet another reason why we must band together to end cannabis prohibition in Michigan  and the USA!

I will be adding more Games until I’ve gone through upgrading all the videos I want to keep on my public YouTube Channel. As far as the contest goes, these are language skills games requiring spelling, grammar and punctuation corrections in English. Anybody on Earth can participate, but subject to laws governing contests here and abroad, and shipping considerations. (if it costs more to ship than to buy retail I may not be awarding that winner.)

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HOW IT WORKS:

  • Produce a corrected copy of the contest text below.
  • This may not be an exact science, multiple answers are possible
  • When more than one are speaking the person on stage is preferred to any other text in the mix. So translation of just the featured speaker is sufficient.

HERE’S THE CLUES:

  • Youtube video caption text.
  • Over 10 years ago.
  • Find video at YouTube Channel /JaySaysCuresNotWars/

Contest Text below:

Start of Contest Text
So thank you I was a question or talk on
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them as they say every down here and it
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as having spoken to least chatter guys
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of 1d 81 or and this marilyn is on the
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blame for the last 20 years or so I mean
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that’s really a game here is a 22 Smith
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so thank you Marvin smarter than library (lol -Ed.)
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doesn’t have it like and I yeah I great
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for you Oh anybody’s eardrums Scotch
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addiction in one shot i was also come
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flying the plane I guess that’s just the
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way it is called a flash before you buy
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your Creator anyway there can I
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introduce Mike witty you should go away
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you’re also a professor reason to think
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about the order has an activist and oh
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I’m your honor every collagen they’re
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teaching you a religion had a really
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good amount of yes they’re sort of
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limited we know why but I’ve always
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wanted to make this village and when you
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make the announcement you tell it over
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to bottom take your dream anything else
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we really are sad when you graduate
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lucky cuz its own
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we are everybody what you know it’s not
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your rice dead let alone everything else
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II and humanitarian is just a few made
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up again no manatorian and you don’t see
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too much imagination written by the
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winners of the agreement orellana so
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smash these people I’m stop for do
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everybody drop it wrong okay thanks is
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no thank jay paul with her organizes
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this every year and we want anything
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broke down to told these people think
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that’s why didn’t go right here because
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my chosen ones and that mean long have
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you lived yeah they have all you mean on
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fatty ass and your body needs to stay
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alive Ethiopian search amazon nothing
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but the heifers marijuana she be a lot
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of folks take the jar is just for animal
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myself to detroit has the jar is stabbed
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you see the paper that he made with the
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shine their shoes papers oh you made it
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out of this stuff no stem stare he’s
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chop them all us to bring some water and
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some mama yes means the way home tonight
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it’s a week of what bank of my favorites
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well that’s so hot jobs for you have a
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paper to sign so he didn’t find each
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other
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socially when they are you we are as you
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start a loose ball they don’t have a
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collection vol and you go out the
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middleman petition little a crystal yeah
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the illusions other books are showing
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tell you think about what we do have a
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frilly stuff people chasing the state
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organizer decision this box you actually
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still use one of them you are getting
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this really need to be but we don’t have
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to go crashing key I’m allergic to
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fiberglass insulation it’s my lab every
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place is quite relaxing complaining
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which they does yeah I thought so far
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I’m just happy that’s foyer okay that’s
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put your fruit I’m allergic to
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fiberglass insulation that would be
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awesome I bizarre how long that in areas
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that we able to join an organization’s
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you come to an event that i’m organizing
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on 28 the blue fire has that event ever
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talk to you just briefly about it it’s
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also appear downtown Detroit virtually
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walkable from this location it’s on a
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friday afternoon june eight the first
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friday until one o’clock in the
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afternoon
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the International bigger navel in this
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making his first Detroit speaking
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appearance at the university RC law
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school which is a crossover and central
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GA over Jefferson the bowl the Stark Law
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School Edna screen Nadelmann is the
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leader of drug policy Alliance the
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largest welcome to our organization in
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the world to working internationally to
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medicalized not criminalize all drugs
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and they do support of course the
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decriminalization of marijuana add the
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medical marijuana initiative which is
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our way to kind of get our foot in the
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door and get people thinking battery
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issues broader terms of our
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compassionate terms we’re really talking
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about compassion Care that’s what it
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does for me cannabis opens my heart
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makes the comic and kinder the other
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night I watched some guy break my drum
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head that was robbing so
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thanks to the sacred herb i was looking
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to get through that executive value is
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broken by somebody else it’s those kind
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of fact day-to-day things that come up
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in our lives when something goes wrong
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and we feel hurt or slighted we have the
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blues for some reason this is edison for
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us in friended by to california where i
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worked with about a decade ago Dennis
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Peron who initiated the medical
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marijuana industry of California about
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215 he is a phrase all the unisys
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Beverly’s you stop talking about that
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all uses medical use he needs that
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everybody has the blues everybody’s
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going a little bit everyone is suffering
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that’s the wisdom of the Buddhists
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everyone is suffering and our role as
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reformers dispersity of ourselves so we
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take the anger fear out of our hearts
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and then we become whose voice sometimes
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people who are relieving suffering in
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the world that’s why I’m involved in
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medical marijuana movement is relieving
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concrete physical suffering but there’s
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also mental suffering friends they’ll
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suffer back and we need some relief from
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the subtler unless easily diagnosed
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aspects of depression I call it heaven
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employees so I want you to really see it
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we’re dealing with sacred earth and
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we’ve got a serious mission as less it’s
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great to celebrate that on include
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what is a very articulate nationally r
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coming to detroit in what box will give
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us another chance to get together it
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will give you a chance to say this
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movement has credibility i can be great
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unlike some of my friends that
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university of detroit vs law school on
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jefferson both the end across from GM
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though is easy to find the gun free
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parking there they have launched a Greek
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time enjoy his talk if you have a low
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for Detroit like I do you take a drive
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around belle isle still daylight see the
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difference on a really nice spring day
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that’s a beautiful aspect of the
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beautiful singer but you have to
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remember the Detroit is a city of hope I
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called Detroit the holy city say you
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know dad from dr. Detroiter me this
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afternoon grants at the party Detroit
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the holy city all uses medical use and
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let’s stick with this acquaintance thank
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you very much Susan thank you Mike
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factory trained very well plugs said
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what I really felt about food or friend
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I said marijuana has saved my life and
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so many people fight oh I went to the
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haight ashbury in 1967 December a pub
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and I think the only reason that we
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weren’t taken seriously as because hard
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drugs got involved politics that allows
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we work out involved and as usual things
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can get screwed up but there’s still
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places like the rainbow gathering where
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you’ll see 20,000 I bus in the summer
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we’re neck so small you try does have a
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reputation I think because it’s such a
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working city is it so much empathy we
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need for the people that are out here
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struggling almost 24 7 just to stay
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above water and I don’t I know the water
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bill issue in Detroit was really having
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them a lot to try to keep it going with
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other people liquor I mean survival is a
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bitch if you can’t survive it’s really
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hard to get other things done but like I
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said like even less to always be able to
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find the special and spiritual week it
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has been a real lifesaver and that is so
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important in this day and age it’s not a
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little issue it’s not none of the issues
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are little Ford and aligns like I said
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before we will stomp on them with stamp
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on people and there’s just so much death
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and destruction and it needs to be
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stopped
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years ago or ever why don’t look at
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government understand how important like
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this instead of death their goddess
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goddess oil and trucks pharmaceuticals
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and over-the-counter drugs and it’s numb
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down and down and dumber and even a
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person like me that has to take a drug
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like the cortisone because i didn’t know
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because I was a child I at least reached
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out to books and psychedelic drugs and
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marijuana and then went through the hard
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drugs to and found out firsthand how bad
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you really are for you but like someone
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people told me today cigarettes the
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starter to get off with and heroin so
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maybe I mustn’t so cool just get my era
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when that’s just uh you know baby stuff
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I never did smoke cigarettes so I but I
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don’t need much empathy for people that
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smoke cuz I guess I figure you can get
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up almost anything bad why is everyone
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could be in such whiners about those
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damn get more money you’ll get so much
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less you i created this country it’s a
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keen cigarettes well that’s another
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issue and i’m going authorized oil
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company i don’t want you I don’t have
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like Marvin Marvin I
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was up here anyone know what time it is
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420 yeah varginha 420 if its border
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country somewhere and she’s with dog
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Lake Michigan she’s an environmental
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activist she’s got to talk about medical
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marijuana though Native Americans and a
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love for all people so without further
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ado here’s Kathy Barnes hey I just
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walking around out there and somebody
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went by an essay whoa stoner convention
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us wait up anyway I’m an old flower
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child and I got involved with the peace
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movement in the 70s was incarcerated
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went through the ringer and I came out
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and they really didn’t change me too
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much to make me more radical and then
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for the peace movement people from the
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peace movement got into environment so
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basically in Michigan here we’ve been
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focusing on the nuclear issues because
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this is such a pocket of wealth for a
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while it was chemical things with down
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Monsanto etc now we have have a big time
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issues of the different
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before I get into the marijuana thing I
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want to bring up three issues I hope
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that you can handle this stuff and
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remember and do something about it
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because there’s three big nuclear issues
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that Detroit needs to know about I don’t
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know if you know about this stuff or not
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um that one is there thinking about
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building a new firm ooh you guys nurse
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Fermi was shut down because it was
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cracking they didn’t really even open it
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for me one went down before it was
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finished her me too when it is has been
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having so many problems in nineteen
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ninety i believe it almost had a
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meltdown there’s a book how about how
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they almost lost Detroit that thing
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almost melted down and you guys wouldn’t
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even be here if it had melted down now
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they want to build a new Fermi you need
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to go out you need to stop it I just
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going to take people power a lot of
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employer testing call for Congress
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people every day say no more new in one
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person cause they’re congressperson
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every day and Hounds them it’ll help
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stop it okay that issue no permit or me
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wrong second issue radioactive waste now
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this is a big issue because and it’s
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hard to deal with because it’s Canada
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ruse which is just upstream from the
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Detroit River like here on crystal clear
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I’ve been hearin a napkin carding Ivan
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here in Canada boo I walked with Native
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Americans on the one of the walks around
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the Great Lakes I was on part of the lak
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lake superior carlebach lake here oh
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well we went through the Bruce area
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Bruce no clear is an awful huge monster
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of a nuclear power plant set right out
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of Lake Huron as present moment they’ve
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started drilling 1500 meters down into
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the rock
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underneath the lake and their plan is to
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inject nuclear waste underneath Lake
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Hara now how are they going to monitor
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it if it leaks how are they going to
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know there’s an earthquake fault that
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runs your state probably runs under like
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here I Canada i’m just guessing other
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things are um and that could rank up
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anything down there too so they haven’t
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even done an environmental impact
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statement in Canada to address this this
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is another we need to get up to stop
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them from varying nuclear waste under
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Lake hero because believe me your
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grandchildren won’t have to deal with if
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they get away with doing we’re starting
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the drilling right now third thing this
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isn’t nuclear but it’s a DJ stuff
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they’ve got PCBs in the kalamazoo river
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they’ve been dredging up these are
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really cancer-causing chemicals that are
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really deadly they wanted to put them in
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a poor neighborhood in Kalamazoo that’s
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called environmental racism when you
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take nuclear or industrial whatever
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toxic waste and put it in a poor
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neighborhood or dump it on the Indians
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that’s environmental racism so the
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people in Kalamazoo got organized they
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went out they marched they they went to
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the town meetings they put up a big fuss
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and they got it out of their community
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now it’s headed for Zealand and Detroit
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zealand’s been putting up a fight I am
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hurrying about Detroit so you guys in
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Detroit need to get organized and fight
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against your community becoming a dump
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site for pcbs from Kalamazoo River okay
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enough set that’s the end of the bummers
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I’m going to talk about this is a good
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thing marijuana is beautiful plant
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I happen to know what it looks like
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smells like whatever it’s a nice little
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plan it’s a beautiful little thing in
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fact it’s got some very good
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agricultural uses organically you can
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use it in a cornfield and it keeps the
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bugs off the corn it’s also a beautiful
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plant to use to make beautiful products
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out of clothing you know all kinds of
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nice things in fact he knows macrame
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things made out of you that’s the hemp
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plant and you burn that stuff it smells
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like yeah so anyway it’s got a lot of
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uses agricultural but also the medicinal
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use I used to have a little golden book
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which I don’t have any more disappeared
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but in there and said that marijuana has
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been you know given the bad rap and it
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shouldn’t worry because the they are
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just beginning to find out about all
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metal harnesses um there’s also other
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plants in the creation god made things
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which are you 4a and very nice and and
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more people that know about a music for
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things God colicky babies are you know
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depression they’re mildly you for it and
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real nice and I’m not going to tell you
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what they are because if I told you what
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they are and the news got out the wrong
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people they would criminalize them
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connecting more plants on the on the on
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the blacklist so all these all you
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people here you know I gotta give it to
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you you’re very brave and God bless
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every one of you for standing up for
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what you believe in and I’m sure glad
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that the Lord above is happy that not
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everybody is down in his creation and I
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I’m just starting out with a documentary
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stuff I just this is my first you know
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filming so I’m really green at it and I
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want to make a film on rainbow farms and
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I went on the
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because the action their labor day last
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year it was awesome the people they were
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so beautiful and they said the story
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isn’t being told so I do a documentary
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through the hearts and minds of the
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people that knew time in raleigh about
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rain board for evil times because i feel
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that everybody should know about it and
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everybody should feel the Justice of it
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in their heart so that’s what I that’s
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my project and if anyone knows Newtown
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and Raleigh and wants to like be in the
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documentary I would appreciate it if you
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get in touch with mood um anyway there’s
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a website about the nuclear thing if you
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want to find out more about that it’s
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easy to remember it’s nurse org that’s
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in I our org so are the people and I’m
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very happy to see gents and clear free
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so god bless y’all bye
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enjoy um Susie’s asked me to talk vil
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and rainbow farms um rain is it who
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doesn’t know rainbow farm can you raise
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your hand if you don’t know rainbow
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farms one person okay well I’ll tell you
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then rainbow farms was kind of some very
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nice people that had like a big big it’s
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coming a little mini Woodstock you know
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where people went they had vanilla sex
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and it was very nice anyway what
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happened was a series of advanced child
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custody our child was taken away from
20:51
some people in orange right it got
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pretty bad and when they faced
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forfeiture told me they started to burn
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down things and then 200 I think 200
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federal agents went out I’m not I’m
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Gestapo down they shut off they they
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block you to the roads they shut
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everything down and they went in and
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murdered two minutes it’s a was a
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massacre and from what I understand
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agents went in there and they just shot
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at everything and when I visited place I
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went through this cold spot you know
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when you go to a place that’s haunted or
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where there is a massacre you get a cold
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feeling and you know you know something
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bad happened there and I asked some of
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the people that were that knew more than
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I did you know what happened in this
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spot oh that’s where they all it was
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loaded with the swats and they were just
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shooting and everything and it was from
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here that they killed the first man tom
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and then later they killed Raleigh my
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sister tried to get out there that day
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when she heard something was happening
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and the rows were blockaded a few people
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walked in and witnessed some things so
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that’s what happened it was a murder it
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was a Waco a ruby ridge and you don’t
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know about it because right after that
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911 happened and the rainbow farm issue
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kind of didn’t get out yeah so that’s
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what it’s gonna be about through the
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hearts of the minds of people that knew
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tom and round up their remembrances and
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I want people to know that he’s way too
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good people that should not have been
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killed nobody should have killed him
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like that so that’s what that’s about
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Thank You Kathy and like I was going to
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mention the 911 and she didn’t it
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actually did make headlines in the news
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it was online and then 911 happened
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several hours later at winter headline
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so like nothing so some people might
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have been aware and if anybody didn’t
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raise their hand because they thought
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that was rainbow gathering and rainbow
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farm is totally different it’s nothing
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to do with the rainbow cab and that’s
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the story of them without further ado
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I’m going to interject it here
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I want to also venture today there is a
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book out called burning rainbow farm
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house donor paradise when I just spoke
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there’s a lot of me in that book there’s
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a lot of a lot of credible friends of
23:30
mine in that book so it’s a really a
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must read to really get your head around
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the situation a rainbow Bar hunting it
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should be turned into a major TV movie
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myself because we need to get the
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message out about how cold our
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government is in LA when the LAPD the
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most violent police force in the country
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beats up on a bunch of illegal
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immigrants illegal Americans they’re
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apologizing and they’re getting trouble
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if they were to come in here and beat up
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on a bunch of hippies safety pin and
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metals on each other why is it safer to
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be an illegal America than to be a pot
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smoker in America here no it’s gonna tie
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the book burning rainbow farm to it and
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any more mature weeding out any media we
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can get out tonight so I’ll y’all just
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I’m going to do both barrels blazing
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he’ll sign me up for that movie I have a
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place there put me under an easy up and
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the vendor throw if you have to I’ll
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beat their becasuse
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Thank You Jay if anyone wanted the
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speaker wants do that I don’t know about
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please get in touch with me I’ll be down
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there after I introduce the next speaker
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up I’m also supposed to be a speaker but
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since I’ve been speaking so much anyway
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yet what kind of a MCM Iike I have done
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it where you just introduce people I
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know how to be formal also but this is
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such a data just you know look up in the
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sky and reduce these trees and and just
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want to talk about my favorite plant
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marijuana next up is Matthew able lose
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an attorney uh he does general console
25:10
and he’s with Michigan normal and he’s a
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political activist type cinnamon cream
25:15
meetings I don’t know the Green Party
25:17
exactly what his other affiliations are
25:19
but he’s very much into all kinds of
25:22
things also because he cares about the
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environment and both and the marijuana
25:27
plants so that further ado here’s
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Matthew able alrighty thanks Susan hi my
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name is Mann able and I am a marijuana
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lawyer I defend people charged with
25:39
marijuana offenses I do a few other
25:42
things but not much most of my practices
25:44
marijuana law and they’ve got a handy
25:47
you’ve got my business card today I hope
25:49
you read the back of it because there’s
25:51
some free advice there and more like
25:53
Knights took it I’d have less work so
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let me just sing law enforcement can and
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will lie to you they will lie to you so
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keep your mouth shut I don’t care what
26:07
they tell you if they ask you a question
26:09
you ask him a question back
26:12
don’t lie to them but don’t give them
26:15
any information don’t sign anything
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nothing do not sign the advice of rights
26:22
forum that says here we have advised you
26:24
of your rights write a line across an
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input refused do not answer any
26:30
questions do not admit anything do not
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say I was just smoking it I wasn’t
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selling it that’s it help and demand the
26:42
lawyer immediately any lawyer Matt able
26:46
would be good but if not any lawyer and
26:49
keep your mouth shut until you talk to a
26:50
lawyer when you do talk to the lawyer
26:52
the lawyer is going to tell you and keep
26:53
your mouth shut any damage that’s done
26:57
has already been done so if the police
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want to speak to you the only reason
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they want to talk to you is because they
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don’t have enough evidence on you so
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don’t help them and give them the rest
27:07
of the case against you that they can
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use the prosecutor that being said a
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famous person whose name I can’t recall
27:18
right now once said that if they can
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prohibit marijuana that the Constitution
27:23
of the United States isn’t worth the
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help paper it’s written on now I
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personally believe that the laws against
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marijuana are unconstitutional and I
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argue that in every case that I have the
27:36
opportunity and one of these days some
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judge somewhere will agree but in the
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meantime we need to argue it in every
27:43
case we need to back up the criminal
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justice system on marijuana cases we
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need to fight every case but it’s not my
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choice I try to find every case but at
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some point the client decides that it’s
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time to fish or cut bait take a deal or
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do whatever and you can
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some people have medical defenses in the
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city of Detroit has a medical marijuana
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ordinance I’ve not seen any cases yet in
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the last couple of years in Detroit
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where somebody had a valid ID by the
28:14
fence where they were charged with a
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crime maybe the police are right on the
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oh I don’t know around but if you see in
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case I’d like to know about it I’d be
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happy to assist any of you who have
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cases who have lawyers already working
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on cases i’ll provide them with the work
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that I’ve done pre-charged the brief
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that I’ve written on constitutional
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issues that I wish more employers bit
28:35
harder so I’m having a blast at I know
28:39
there may well be a medical and there’s
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a bangle I don’t know what time for
28:44
right yours marijuana and someday the
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courts will hold that and I also have
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some clients who believe that they have
28:51
a spiritual right to use marijuana some
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of them are Christians and believe that
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it’s in the referenced in the first page
28:57
of the Old Testament about every
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seed-bearing plant God giveth and I have
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other people who are basically atheists
29:05
but believe that marijuana is a
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spiritual thing and they should have a
29:09
right to use it to bring them closer to
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the earth and then I have some clients
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who say the hell with all that i think i
29:18
have a recreational right to use
29:19
marijuana whether I’d spiritual about it
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whether I needed medically just because
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there’s no reason why it should be
29:27
illegal lamb that I agree with that no
29:31
there really is only one way to change
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the law in this country and that is to
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repeal the federal law that prohibits
29:41
marijuana the drug control and
29:43
enforcement and the Controlled
29:45
Substances Act and the only way to do
29:49
that is to get the legislators who are
29:51
there now to vote to repeal like my
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congressman joe toilet bowl Nolan Berg
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trying to get him to vote to repeal well
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that’s never going to happen so the
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other way is to replace the congressman
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no I’ve tried that I’ve run for office
30:09
five times
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last time was two years ago I ran
30:13
against toilet bowl Joe Nolan Byrd on
30:17
the Green Party ticket and I came in
30:19
third but I used to be a Democrat and
30:25
I’ve given up open democratic party I
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know some of my friends haven’t and more
30:31
power to you and I know that this year
30:33
the Democrats finally passed a state
30:35
resolutions young supporting medical
30:37
marijuana and make our friend and the
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new executive director of Michigan
30:42
normal Reverend Steve Thompson pushing
30:45
that who shows up in traverse city or
30:48
Bentley County today doing the same
30:49
thing we are right here we are not alone
30:52
Michigan doing this so there’s a lot of
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work to be done and I think that the
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people in power are not going to change
31:08
the law until we leave them there pretty
31:10
good followers and a little senator
31:13
debbie Stabenow really will be with us
31:15
the day right after it passes right
31:20
after the vote happens and the vote is
31:23
certified she’ll be right on board with
31:25
us but until then we’ve got to fight all
31:28
the way we’ve got to lead the people the
31:30
people will follow but the leaders
31:33
aren’t doing it so we need to replace
31:36
the leaders some of the people here need
31:39
to run for Congress we need Mike widdy’s
31:42
to be in Congress instead of Jordan
31:44
Oliver
31:47
and we need Marvin Marvin to be in
31:50
Congress instead of Candice Miller oh
31:53
yeah and a lot of you here I hope you’ll
31:58
think about it because you need to talk
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to your congressperson and your state
32:02
wrapping your stasis a nice anyone ask
32:05
them if they’re gonna vote to repeal the
32:07
unjust marijuana bomb and they’re not
32:09
and you saw a lot against them picking
32:12
up either need the people there to
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change their mind so we need to change
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the people there so let’s do that happy
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marijuana million marijuana march day to
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you marijuana Liberation Day May fifth
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and may we all do this again next year
32:30
in Amsterdam as they said these brothers
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and sisters I turn it back over to Susan
32:37
sunshine and thank you for the
32:40
opportunity to speak up to meet the ball
32:43
soon okay of moving right along i’m
32:52
going to introduce peluche i don’t know
32:55
exactly what he wants to talk about but
32:57
he is a drummer among other things and
32:59
he’s going to explain or tell us what
33:02
time we’re going to start doing all that
33:03
we can all sing and dance and rejoice
33:05
and without further ado here’s felicha
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hey how you doing I think that Jays got
33:11
that plan for the drama the use of
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psychedelics has been something that’s
33:17
been going on like for literally of
33:20
millennia in the repeat owes the
33:23
religious literature of the Vedic
33:26
tradition that we know as a Hindu
33:28
later on the James and the Buddhist we
33:31
talked about the use of so much the
33:33
rebate is predated the Hebrew Scriptures
33:35
the Old Testament they predated there
33:38
before that time not only did they use
33:41
so much psychedelic blanket so to give
33:44
thee the diversions in their literature
33:48
use a version of of some soap if the
33:52
plan was used where’s were given up to a
33:54
deity while the plan was sacramentally
33:58
uses I know many people as a rainbow
33:59
gathering in other places they use
34:02
marijuana sacramentally they use Morning
34:07
Glory sacramentally mushroom and sulfur
34:09
this is extent legacy this religious
34:12
tradition existed prior to our religious
34:16
predictions are the ones that supposedly
34:18
rule our culture the judeo-christian
34:20
culture so the use of psychedelic plants
34:24
is something which just didn’t start
34:26
yesterday along the Nile during the
34:30
Egyptian civilization people used to use
34:32
marijuana and pray to their ancestors
34:34
while they did they use it sacramentally
34:37
their history well if you study the
34:40
words of Terence Mckenna you find out
34:42
that people throughout the world live in
34:44
using psychedelic plants in a ritual
34:48
religious way all over the globe all
34:52
over the globe in fact our culture the
34:54
judeo-christian and Islamic culture the
34:57
fundamentalist in those three traditions
34:59
are the exception there are the ones who
35:02
want to make the use of the psychedelic
35:05
plants and the religious use of it
35:07
something to be prohibited something to
35:10
be condemned when in fact they’re just
35:13
trying to maintain control of people in
35:15
society just as they did in the United
35:18
States at one point in the United States
35:20
pharmacology in the list of medicinal
35:23
plants
35:24
we had over a hundred of the
35:27
pharmacology entries at marijuana as
35:31
part of the medicine it was until I
35:36
spirited legal people exert pressure on
35:41
blacks and Hispanics came along that
35:44
they have fought oh and uh right on i’ve
35:50
had like my own experiences with them i
35:53
do you wanna mushrooms religious thing I
35:57
prayed today Almighty I don’t have no
36:00
big about that I understand people going
36:02
to even those things that’s why i am
36:05
gonna be one of those peoples does
36:07
thankful for the existence of complaints
36:10
I’m thankful also for the fact that
36:12
during the time I was hooked on my crack
36:14
and heroin who is marijuana the calories
36:16
get off of those those drugs you know
36:21
it’s one thing to use like cocoa nichole
36:23
crack if you’re living in south america
36:25
as i get for a year and to get the lead
36:28
from the plan powder it you it’s another
36:30
thing to process all sorts of unknown
36:35
chemicals and then to put it is your
36:38
fault would that be what you’re getting
36:40
okay crap you’re getting a heavily sauce
36:43
on your not getting big natural class so
36:46
yeah I’m not trying to go there we
36:50
actually have a pretty good idea or the
36:51
notice saying that who’s saying that the
36:55
pure one man is the best porn don’t try
37:01
to get up so far okay cuidado Carolyn
37:06
tell you that when I ain’t marijuana
37:10
that I got into a deep state of
37:12
relaxation those of you who have been
37:15
addicted to heroin know that i keep on
37:17
going back to the heroin cuz you’re
37:20
crawling up the walls if you get all the
37:23
authority is my really great near your
37:25
body ceases being inverted in your own
37:27
body those are the pleasure to be lack
37:30
same over here see what rich can I are
37:32
you guys back again beating up you’re
37:36
putting in the indoor nobody outside
37:37
words on chef style that’s a result
37:41
putting it in from the outside your body
37:44
trains and relaxation and he can’t get
37:46
it because your body has shut down
37:48
making endorsement but we didn’t take
37:52
would you cook marijuana if you have a
37:55
vegetarian of the vegan of that time I
37:57
cooked my marijuana with in vegetable
38:01
oil and rice and bitches I cooked it for
38:05
20 minutes to the half an hour my body
38:08
weight i use approximately a sixteenth
38:11
amounts of it and each did I get this
38:14
four nights in a row and I ate ate the
38:16
food that had the THC in the oil now
38:21
when you have to cook it in oil you
38:22
can’t cook it in water it’s oil soluble
38:24
not water soluble tht
38:27
on when I cook it for a poor different
38:30
nice in my veggies and rice olive oil
38:32
marijuana together and each night I was
38:36
able to go to sleep because of marijuana
38:38
brought those endorphins me back into my
38:40
body I did that for one nights on the
38:42
rolls a bit goodnight I was able to just
38:44
go to sleep on my own so it helped me to
38:46
kick the hard drugs which caused so much
38:49
pain anxiety in this culture Jay wanted
38:53
me to reiterate that because I talked
38:56
about that last year but anyway there
38:59
are many different reasons you know why
39:01
you’re not only marijuana but the others
39:03
like a duck plant could not be found box
39:06
it’s only crazy cultures ruled by the
39:09
rich want to control people because
39:13
these proficient here in Detroit doors
39:16
were more sensible and I where people
39:18
are more sensible they don’t go around
39:19
your stuff arresting everybody who has
39:22
threads for god sakes or breaking down
39:24
the door because they’re not the Pirates
39:26
if it matches if none of the people in
39:28
the suffering yard I’d say what I like
39:30
we know there’s a plague and I remember
39:32
laughing I’d like the others liberated
39:34
cities all over here but they’re not
39:37
crazy people they’ve learned from scream
39:39
from the past not the pyramid my brother
39:45
all of you and not work whatever
39:49
capacity that you can put the
39:50
legalization or decriminalization of
39:53
marijuana and the other psychedelic labs
39:56
as well cannabis that’s not stay close
39:58
believe more anything there
40:01
because I’ve noticed now that we’re
40:04
starting to see some drummers I I can
40:06
only guess that I can thank dr. Bob down
40:09
Woodward and a chiropractic for creating
40:12
the beautiful love space for drummers
40:14
get be kind of affected none of the
40:18
influence of an activist like me to come
40:19
down to the bed like this today but a
40:22
bleach a has volunteered to sort of be
40:25
our official peace officer over the drum
40:27
related stuff which will basically give
40:29
him authority over the domain of the
40:32
other side of Grand Circus parks in this
40:34
year for the first year we’re using the
40:36
other side of Grand Circus Park I’ve
40:38
artist full Department for the whole
40:39
thing but we figure you know we were
40:42
going to expand their I want to put
40:44
something there you know there is a
40:46
rally space and it’s open in the end we
40:49
do this thing called the rainbow Bar
40:51
memorial drum circle now we drama we
40:54
remember rainbow far we don’t think
40:57
about the aspect that two of my friends
40:58
were murdered there we think about the
41:00
great time so we had there we think
41:02
about the fact that when you were at
41:03
rainbow farm it was like being in
41:04
another country because the police were
41:07
gone there was nobody was going to come
41:09
and throw you to the ground for smoking
41:10
a joint in your said you have everything
41:13
you need it to fly to you with this
41:14
hippie city that would spring out of the
41:16
nowhere and then there’s three streets
41:19
with vendor selling helps goods and
41:20
health foods and everything else needs
41:22
to be a hippie camping and living free
41:24
in America what does this hyper America
41:27
this was better than America bored
41:29
you better though we Trump with the
41:32
intention of recalling their freedom and
41:35
that vibe and I liberty the egalitarian
41:37
society that they had with their counsel
41:39
of summit that made the decisions at
41:41
rainbow Bar so Felicia is the leader of
41:45
our owners and he’s going to come and
41:47
kind of seek you guys out in the front
41:49
lawn there i think maybe close close to
41:51
where the bus stop failing that you can
41:54
be seen there and just start a little
41:56
drumming like that then when he say is
41:58
that there’s enough people it really get
42:00
something going he’s going to lead you
42:01
also follow him and will happen i like a
42:05
little baby from you as much as you can
42:06
draw the charge is that going to be in a
42:10
few minutes that you’re still speaking I
42:12
have one more speaker yeah forget the
42:14
whitbread completion okay so too for all
42:16
right one more speaker that response to
42:18
come up for a couple minutes after
42:20
felicha makes me always got a member of
42:23
our younger generation finally so when
42:26
you’re going to come up I’m announcing
42:31
to the drummer’s that we should meet on
42:32
the other side of what word is that it
42:35
you can start on this side and the lawn
42:37
because I want to see you guys before
42:38
you go okay but close to the sidewalk in
42:42
the lawn there I know we’ve got Michelle
42:44
coming up all right
42:49
back up here and upon here people come
42:53
into the hot water but this is a message
42:55
to everyone in this audience it’s not
43:00
directed team I really respect the
43:02
elderly to the charm up to the kids to
43:05
my generation we’ve been failed here but
43:13
we live in a world I walked down the
43:17
street and I’m afraid of the police I
43:19
shouldn’t be afraid of the police I’m a
43:21
good person the only thing I really do
43:23
wrong is smoke weed that’s not wrong is
43:28
the world so that’s where I’m gonna ride
43:31
it right let me start over we’ve been
43:34
failed by the generations above us and
43:37
it’s our responsibility now actually
43:40
take action we’re always told there were
43:44
kids the beat we can’t really do
43:46
anything but you can do something and
43:48
you have to do something because
43:49
otherwise you’re going to grow up into a
43:51
world that you don’t want to live it and
43:53
this scarily we’re getting to a point
43:56
now where I did live in one of the last
43:58
generations of humans on earth and that
44:02
is a scary product as we actually as
44:05
best people of my age strip do something
44:11
do what you believe in go out there and
44:13
actually decide I believe in this I’m
44:16
going to go and let other people know
44:18
I’m gonna put stickers up whatever you
44:22
whatever your way to express yourself is
44:25
do it because you have to because you
44:28
don’t this world will just keep going we
44:43
got a lot of good people we got to use
44:45
her purse and we have the marijuana
44:46
policy project was kind enough to send a
44:48
representative down and check us out to
44:50
the head it’s one girl who does
44:53
basically all the work for MPP in the
44:55
state right now I know what that there
44:58
was a point when I was the only one
44:59
doing work for cures not wars in this
45:01
state and I was basically cures not wars
45:04
for a good three years without any help
45:08
and I was out there spreading the
45:10
message about how there should be no
45:12
legitimate excuse to bust someone for
45:14
cannabis and that there’s a substance
45:16
that stops addiction and our
45:18
government’s been withholding it from us
45:20
so we’ve got a good good gathering here
45:25
now I’m going to start out actually with
45:27
laying down some of the rules of the
45:28
rally now so we all understand yeah
45:31
they’re actually rules you see this
45:33
liberation day event this is not an
45:35
arbor hash bash if you want to go to a
45:38
big pot party go to Ann Arbor hash bash
45:40
because that’s the first Saturday of
45:42
April every first saturday of april in
45:44
ann arbor michigan and we had the
45:46
organizer of that event here this
45:48
morning with Johnson Claire and I
45:50
thought unfortunately he didn’t really
45:51
give a speech about the hash bash I was
45:53
hoping he was going to do that of course
45:55
after the hash match they have montrose
45:59
street affair which is a nice thing to
46:01
it’s a way of having more hash bash time
46:03
except on city property instead of
46:05
university property and again that’s
46:07
something that it’s almost as Nadia
46:09
fluff puff pass so we have that but
46:12
every first Saturday in May is
46:14
liberation day and this day is a
46:17
separate sort of event from a hash bash
46:19
kind of event we don’t come here to
46:21
break the law we’re here to change the
46:23
law so this isn’t a smoking like you’ll
46:25
find here now the next stop for me is
46:27
the DC smoke in every fourth of july in
46:30
washington DC in lafayette park across
46:32
the street from the White House
46:35
we have this big rally and smoked in and
46:37
people party and nobody gets arrested
46:38
then there’s a march where people come
46:40
out of the woodwork and it’s thousands
46:41
of people marching to the free concert
46:43
topped off by the biggest fireworks show
46:45
in the country so if you can make in the
46:48
DC at the fourth of July do it if you
46:51
want to caravan with me you know you’re
46:52
all cool people you get ahold of my
46:54
contacts all over the flyers and stuff
46:57
and then of course our seattle hempfest
47:00
the largest gathering for pot in the
47:03
country and it’s a guaranteed proud of
47:06
200,000 people end up 2004 arranged
47:11
really bad now it’s the first time I saw
47:12
them maybe only get 150,000 people but
47:15
it’s guaranteed huge crowd to Seattle
47:17
because in Seattle it’s a celebration in
47:20
Detroit we’ve got a little bit to
47:22
celebrate we can celebrate our patients
47:23
or Susan Sun shines and RNA who doesn’t
47:26
live here yet but um it’s still a
47:29
protest in America and it’s still a
47:31
protest in Michigan because the problem
47:34
isn’t fixed and as far as I can tell the
47:37
politicians still are trying to fix it
47:38
now other state legislators are picking
47:40
up the concept and there’s art
47:43
introduced up in throw a stick and
47:45
that’s a good thing but in Michigan we
47:46
still have to state ballot they should
47:48
have fun and that’s very important thing
47:51
and it’s kind of strange that we do let
47:54
a lot of people in from outside the
47:55
state to come and help us with our
47:56
ballot initiative any some of some
47:59
activists get offended when they hold
48:01
the purse strings and they say well will
48:03
pay for this aspect of that aspect of it
48:05
but you got to change your message
48:07
because they did a hole in Nevada or
48:09
somewhere about what the approval rating
48:12
is for higher compared to medical pot
48:15
but I went door-to-door in Michigan for
48:18
the PRA two times in a row I was still
48:20
petitioning CRA when they were doing the
48:22
petition for the destroyed initiative
48:24
and I can tell you that I have had a
48:26
seventy percent approval rating for pot
48:28
for industrial recreational and medical
48:31
so don’t try to decide a policy for the
48:35
state of Michigan based on what’s
48:36
happening in another state because you
48:38
don’t understand us in Michigan if
48:40
that’s what you’re doing at least one
48:41
he’ll come ask us because people at
48:43
Michigan
48:44
understand freedom people in Michigan
48:45
understand that you can’t part of God’s
48:47
creation illlegal and get away with
48:49
there and people in Michigan understands
48:51
about is medicine really understand that
48:54
pot is the safe substitute pot is the
48:57
anti-drug now you see these ads on TV
49:00
and I tell you what man it used to have
49:03
the ads were cited by the little cobbler
49:05
children you know that little ABC song
49:07
now the ads look like they’re actually
49:09
being drawn by little toddler children
49:11
and I’m sure the budget hasn’t gone down
49:14
so that money’s going into somebody’s
49:15
pocket but you see I remember the ABC
49:18
one you all remember that when right is
49:20
like to my ears it sounded like this ABC
49:24
and NBC broadcast lies for ondcp CIA and
49:34
I DEA DEA and the FBI now I know about
49:43
the war on drugs you see don’t you da re
49:48
be asked me
49:53
because the direct the knockout not now
49:56
is it so safe it’s dangerous it’s so say
50:00
that I can’t mow my lucky to the yard or
50:03
walk my dog oh you you know you when i
50:06
look at your rhetoric I’m so
50:07
disappointed I’m so disappointed in you
50:09
and hit my little flag rolls up again
50:11
and then Margaret wants me to sing the
50:16
song again it is next to that any I’ll
50:17
be available for that now that your drug
50:21
debts are insane you know and get going
50:22
all the way back to the 30s for their
50:24
anti-pot propaganda so you know I say we
50:28
all need to get our pot pride going here
50:30
we know that there’s a whole wealth of
50:33
history and knowledge about cannabis Lee
50:35
that nothing bad was ever said about
50:37
cannabis until the 30s in America when
50:41
that word is marijuana came around and I
50:45
noticed that we’ve been using as much
50:47
marijuana cards i’m not in a mera naam
50:50
so i’m telling you right now if I hear
50:52
you using marijuana I’m losing my
50:55
patience and if the date is training on
50:57
I haven’t had some water i might just
50:59
put you out I’ll smoke a joint but I
51:01
don’t want to hear you use that word
51:03
marijuana cuz marijuana is a joke
51:08
marijuana is a stupid thing marijuana
51:12
disgusts me if I could get through the
51:15
rest of my day without marijuana passing
51:17
across my lips one more time and I could
51:20
be a happy and successful hippie today
51:22
at this park marijuana is a lie because
51:27
marijuana is just a word and you know
51:31
what the real word is its can of us and
51:35
that’s the cannabis sativa plant so if
51:39
you want to talk to me about pot I don’t
51:40
want to hear you use that word marijuana
51:42
ah cuz I just won’t even know what
51:45
you’re talking about anymore that’s like
51:46
alien language to me now marijuana is a
51:51
word that they used to trick our
51:54
government into making a law to outlaw
51:56
the world’s premier resource plan the
51:59
plant that was most of our medicine at
52:02
least of the medicine that worked the
52:04
plant that was most of our canvas it’s
52:06
the canvas that was used in sailing
52:08
ships the plant that was most of our
52:11
paper or a while these except for the
52:13
paper this is especially the paper that
52:15
was important like your deeds to
52:17
properties made it or your important
52:19
legal documents all on paper and now
52:22
we’re cutting down trees since the time
52:26
of sister Ellen White in the 1840s we
52:28
have cut down thirty percent of the
52:30
trees we had loves in this country that
52:32
all could have still been standing there
52:34
it’s an oxygenating a planet yeah I
52:36
think that of course you can you’re
52:38
really good friday if we to just
52:41
continue using help and not cut down the
52:45
trees to make paper and not cut down the
52:47
trees now looks like it’s well so this
52:50
is what we’re facing we’re facing a
52:52
world of corruption a world of confusion
52:54
we’re living in the belly of the beast
52:56
as I preach this morning those who are
52:59
in service let me tell you the rules of
53:03
the rally now I’m all wrapped up here
53:05
beers i am j stat sir i am the permit
53:08
holder of this event if you wanna have
53:12
fun here today i just want to advise you
53:16
that it is no safer to smoke here than
53:19
any other given day in the city of
53:20
Detroit maybe even a little less safe
53:24
who knows but the thing is if I can see
53:28
it if one of my peace officers in the
53:29
uniform shirts can see it then you’re
53:33
doing it wrong
53:35
so what we say is the puzzle that’s fine
53:45
there’s no and there’s a reason for that
53:49
this is the First Amendment
53:50
demonstration it was not any kind of
53:52
festival we’re not providing any kind of
53:54
free entertainment we’re here
53:56
specifically to educate people and reach
53:59
out from the movement to the community
54:01
here if I people who want to join make
54:03
it active and do whatever they’re
54:06
talented to do to help free the wheat
54:08
some day in Michigan the number one
54:11
thing today is they’re going to all the
54:13
people who want to start passing out the
54:15
statewide petition to legalize medical
54:17
use in Michigan and then we’ll have some
54:21
practice with all sorts of activism
54:22
we’ve got a sign creating contest today
54:24
we’re going to be given out some cool
54:26
prizes for the people who on site make a
54:29
sign for the march five for 20 and then
54:33
we’ll have it judging sometime maybe
54:34
slightly before or after the March and
54:36
the sign making materials are over here
54:38
just ahead of me into the center side of
54:42
the aisle there in the grass and then
54:44
we’ve also got plenty instance made when
54:46
it’s ready
54:48
since I know you’re gonna agree with
54:49
this quicken will gather you and for
54:52
what we call a sidewalk Partridge is
54:54
something I’ll explain when we get
54:55
before o’clock so that’s the other thing
54:58
is as a first amendment that
54:59
demonstration we’re allowed to be here
55:01
and to be high and to learn and do not
55:05
have any hassles on her to get ourselves
55:07
and also it’s my job to make it a safe
55:09
fun and easy as possible for that to
55:11
happen for you to feel that you can come
55:14
out again get a piece of that’s going on
55:16
in America and we also have you know no
55:20
violence you know of course everything
55:22
to insult you but you know no weapons
55:24
you know don’t bring it glass and break
55:26
glass and hear anything like that i’m
55:28
trying to pick up some fresh on your way
55:29
out because we are as myself and tell
55:33
the peace officers were more likely
55:34
officers when we’re like in the military
55:37
numerous today working the rest of you
55:39
you’re all just ambassadors you’re under
55:41
our protection where you’re at guarding
55:43
the gates of the embassy and you’re
55:44
inside you know the back fighting and
55:49
stuff that’s the ambassador’s do so as a
55:52
good ambassador you know as you’re
55:53
around pick up something a couple pieces
55:55
around you pitch it in the trash whores
55:57
help us play in a place up so that we
55:58
can with certainty say that we’ve left
56:01
this part and inventor so we found in
56:03
fact much better shape that we found it
56:05
so thank you all in advance in a
56:07
continuing basis for that as that goes
56:10
time to know we will have the decision
56:13
on whether we march today at somewhere
56:16
around four o’clock i no more vaca you
56:18
know so to introduce you to have length
56:20
of the barges that are
56:22
you are gathering and what we’ll do is
56:24
we’ll take a boat to sail hey guys are
56:27
gonna march we’re going to take a boat
56:29
has enough people who want to march we
56:31
decide yeah go ahead do the Marchman
56:33
they don’t want to do a project I can’t
56:34
force you to I mean I’m trying to make
56:38
it safe and fun and easy for you if I
56:39
force you to march that violates the
56:41
easier all doesn’t that suck don’t want
56:44
to do that it’s a freedom march people
56:48
are out of patience and patience on
56:50
patients let me tell you also about
56:54
nitrogen I war z of organizing
56:56
organization of this event here’s now
56:59
Wars is a new york-based event the event
57:01
that we’re at today this liberation day
57:03
thing is really how growth of the new
57:05
pop parade which is one of the original
57:08
pro-pot activities there came by the
57:12
late 60s in anti-war generation
57:14
movements it started in nineteen seventy
57:16
and the DC smoking also started in
57:19
nineteen seventy and the inner harbor
57:21
have certain 1972 you look at these
57:24
these three events I’ve been going on
57:27
longer in a consistent year by your face
57:31
of an annual longer than any event of
57:33
any protest for any reason andaman in
57:36
the history of American politics that’s
57:39
how much these people wanted and that’s
57:41
how much we deserve to be taken
57:42
seriously gonna Lee and it also shows
57:45
how you have actually not in your duty
57:47
and the part of the way they get to do
57:50
them it is with anecdotal evidence where
57:55
they explain away the truth the way they
57:57
try to trick you into thinking that
57:59
what’s true or what’s real is it
58:00
something some hippie made up come where
58:05
what we have also that’s a hit me dead
58:08
by with a substance called ibogaine did
58:13
you know that our government at least
58:15
since the 50s is known that there is a
58:17
single treatment and a note for
58:18
addiction when they’ve kept it a secret
58:20
from us he’ll see not only did they keep
58:23
it a secret from us after finding out
58:25
what it does they went ahead and they
58:27
made it illegal it’s a schedule 1 drug
58:30
right up there with a lock you know it’s
58:32
not a schedule 1 drug cocaine cookies a
58:35
schedule to drugs for PR schedule to
58:38
drug cocaine is going to be technically
58:41
more lethal than I’ve ok now the
58:43
antidote to both those addictions
58:45
somebody go figure there’s America for
58:49
you there’s your tax dollars hard at
58:50
work for it and the thing is people say
58:53
well what does ibogaine mean to the pop
58:55
movement well it means two things first
58:57
of all the research on melatonin which
59:00
is the true neurotransmitter that your
59:02
brain involves when you’re getting high
59:04
from th see that research came out of
59:08
the I do a search they never would join
59:11
our news connection from when you smoke
59:13
pot quickly say when you take your first
59:15
two heads off lead any crate of weed
59:17
you’re going to give Brown ouch the best
59:19
event out of those first two hits
59:21
because what happens is your brain
59:22
releases all the melatonin it has stored
59:25
in the pituitary glands and when that
59:28
melatonin runs out your brain later they
59:29
have the ability to put out more in
59:31
china manufacturers it and it usually
59:33
means it has to recycle what you’ve been
59:35
used and then remanufactured so you get
59:37
that initial feeling and then i mean if
59:40
you want to smoke the hell punish just
59:42
put the joint down because if you keep
59:43
smoking after you have melatonin and the
59:46
REM dreamy russia gives you your reflex
59:49
in your brain is they have a phase of
59:51
deep sleep and that’s the relaxation
59:53
mode that cannabis is so famous for so
59:56
yeah you know the line everybody is
59:58
hitting the line you know you can do one
60:00
or two tokes you get that happy
60:01
weird head was feeling or you can go a
60:03
little further across the line if you
60:05
start getting the body buzz relax kind
60:07
of feeling it’s two to two hits and one
60:11
so that’s the story about that knowing
60:14
about melatonin and melatonin and
60:16
supplementation you can enjoy your hot
60:17
pies better and you can avoid sleep
60:20
deprivation what you can sometimes get
60:21
from smoking pot the wrong times of the
60:23
day but from that research came out of
60:26
the ibogaine study because I bogen is
60:28
very similar to melatonin melatonin is
60:32
basically made of trip to me tryptamine
60:34
is your own natural host magenta or
60:37
generating drug that your pituitary
60:39
gland creates so a trip to Spain is a
60:42
single molecule now you might have heard
60:43
of tryptophan then come a turkey dinner
60:45
that’s like you think of it like two or
60:47
three trip to meet molecules strung
60:49
together kind of week but it’ll hang low
60:50
you’re not relaxed and drowsy you know
60:52
melatonin that pop makes your release is
60:54
like a string of maybe ten or twenty
60:56
trip to meet molecule so it’s a higher
60:58
tree to your kind of effect then there
61:00
used to be a truck called DMT then we’ll
61:03
have a shrimp them in and that is like a
61:05
chain of hundreds of tripoli being
61:07
molecules strung together and that’ll
61:09
put you into a waking dream phenomena
61:11
for a good hour and then you come down
61:13
real fast now imagine by the way
61:17
dreaming is the most healthy thing your
61:19
brain can do dreaming is when your brain
61:21
takes the raw data that you get entering
61:22
today and transmute that into knowledge
61:24
and learning and understand so dreaming
61:27
is important and when you don’t get your
61:28
dreaming it affects your health if you
61:30
have a disease that keeps you up you
61:31
need something that you can get good
61:33
treatment because it’s important to your
61:35
health I wouldn’t support to my health
61:37
too and even though I’m a perfectly
61:39
healthy cannabis user since I was 12
61:41
what we have is up can you imagine a
61:46
string of hundreds of thousands of
61:48
tryptamine molecules that are enough to
61:50
have you in hard REM week
61:52
dream sleep for 24 hours what they will
61:56
do is if you’re an addict it’ll
61:58
Washington jump chemistry out of your
62:00
brain it will reset all your
62:01
neurotransmitter receptors to the point
62:03
where they are putting out their proper
62:05
levels of all the appropriate
62:07
neurotransmitters it goes back down to
62:09
the DNA level near Frances what’s
62:11
supposed to be happening here okay now
62:15
let’s get back to us that’s what’s
62:17
happening with the ibogaine and that’s
62:19
why I Bo gain is the antidote to
62:21
addiction that is what I believe proves
62:23
that pot is not addictive and when I
62:26
show church groups and conservatives the
62:28
ibogaine information as it well what’s
62:29
with all these pot leaves and stuff
62:31
what’s with all these hippies I have to
62:33
tell them that look the hippies in the
62:36
pop heads and the nonconformist and the
62:39
radicals are the ones who brought out
62:41
the antidote to addiction and shamed our
62:43
government into taking a schedule 1 drug
62:46
and putting it in fda federal approval
62:49
trials and ibogaine has finished its FDA
62:53
phase 1 trials it has phase 2 and phase
62:56
3 to go the goods you know the bad news
62:59
of course is to push heights in the
63:01
government the truck warriors just have
63:03
yanked the money it won’t pay for the
63:05
FDA study so again it’s a bunch of
63:08
hippies it’s a bunch of drug addicts who
63:09
had their victory through I began and
63:11
their families who have donated the
63:14
money required to pay for an fda fund
63:17
that our DEA can pay for and one month’s
63:20
worth of its annual budget that’s the
63:23
war on drugs for and that’s why the war
63:25
on trucks is the fraud and that’s why
63:27
we’ll continue to spread the cure is not
63:29
wars message of ibogaine and all pot
63:32
until the day I die if I become the
63:35
president of some organization or an
63:37
exit
63:38
if director I’m not going to retire I’m
63:40
not going to resign until the problem
63:41
solve because that’s just not the way I
63:44
play it I don’t have a choice now I
63:47
don’t have a choice not to fight just as
63:49
I can only speak up the things I’ve seen
63:51
and heard I don’t have a choice because
63:55
it’s a burden on me that I’m not put
63:57
down for nothing but I still have a
63:59
choice some people don’t have a choice
64:01
I’ll tell you something about choice the
64:04
homeless people at the city of Detroit
64:06
make it to this event every year they
64:09
wake up and they see me putting together
64:11
a rally and what’s basically their front
64:13
yard they’re like what’s this crazy
64:14
white guy do it but he looks okay he’s
64:16
not going to hurt me and I found that
64:19
some of these people have just had
64:21
better ideas been more motivated have
64:23
done more to help the movement and I’ve
64:25
seen from a busload of white suburban
64:28
activists from some very organized
64:30
organizations out there I’m sure and
64:34
they’re here because they had that level
64:36
of freedom that comes from not having a
64:38
choice you know I know of course you got
64:41
a president who had his daddy buy his
64:43
freedom for him and then we also have
64:47
the people have no choice because they
64:50
have a body racking and nerve wracking
64:52
disease a serious disease that puts them
64:55
under in a way that would torture and it
64:58
would be what we would want to die I
64:59
would want to die I couldn’t live like
65:01
that even with the immense help gene
65:03
she’s gotten you know she’s also dabbled
65:06
in the Western medicine in this suffered
65:07
damage I’ve happened I’ve had to try
65:09
this woman i’m talking about Renee every
65:11
wolf in this particular case I’ve had to
65:13
drive her to the hospital before because
65:16
she stopped using her cannabis medicine
65:17
and she said well I’m going to give
65:20
their latest thing they had some new
65:21
treatment i’m not sure what the hell you
65:23
even call epogen she said this is
65:25
something new this sounds like it might
65:26
be valid science i’m going to try it and
65:29
it the lack of relief was so bad that
65:33
she was an agony and had to be wheeled
65:35
back into the hospital
65:37
this is just one of the many stories
65:38
that this woman can tell you she’s a
65:40
true activist she’s not going to retire
65:42
because of course she’s going to be in
65:45
this body for life and we’re knowing
65:48
that you’re going to get a wonderful
65:49
glorious body very soon but until then
65:52
you’re doing what you can about this
65:53
send this is a blasphemy against God
65:57
Prime plans to tell us some stuff relay

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