Dr. Bristol’s Prescription
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They had previously been denied permission to use George Sq by Glasgow City Council but that did not stop them from setting up their tents. Some of the attendees viewed the event as a chance to party, smoke weed, have a drink and a bit of a dance. There was a genuine carnival atmosphere that made passers-by stop and find out what was going. I spoke to some of those who had attended to find out why they had come and what the aim of the protest was. I also spoke to event organiser, Chris MacKenzie, who was insistent that the purpose of their demonstration was not to have a party and smoke weed, instead they wanted to spread their message and raise awareness. He did not condone people consuming cannabis at the event but said that he cannot be held responsible if individuals decide to. There was a limited police presence who seemed happy to allow the event to proceed. All was peaceful and there was only one flare up of trouble involving the police. You can find the video by clicking here – https://jameshenryowens. Below is a short video of the event shot and edited by myself.
The Alpha of My Omega
One of my suggestions was the legalization of drugs. In our federal prison system 53% are convicted on drug charges. Another advantage, of legalizing drugs, is the systematic elimination of gangs, cartels, and organized crime. The illegal drug trade in America is a trillion dollar a year business. If we were to legalize drugs, then addiction would skyrocket. In 1973 Nixon created the Drug Enforcement Agency and ever since our government has been fighting a war they will never win. There is just simply too much money involved in incarcerating nonviolent drug offenders. The person, who becomes addicted in an illegal system, is the same person who would be addicted if drugs were legalized. If kids are told the real truth about marijuana, then they are more apt to believe what they are taught about other drugs such as meth. Kids are told all these horrible things about pot, and when they finally try it, and see they were lied to, they think they were lied to about other drugs.
They’re why two people can get completely different things out of a piece of art, why there’s such a thing as political parties, and why historical events look different the more time that’s passed. Some things look the same through everyone’s, but art isn’t one of them. Suffice to say, my own Coke bottle glasses usually look at a thing and see God reflected in it, however he may be disguised. They’re downright gushing, like a teenage girl in love with her first boyfriend. Its squishy romanticism would be touching were the love it portrays not for an inanimate object, and an illegal one at that. You gave to me a new belief / And soon the world will love you, sweet leaf. It’s almost silly how blinding and obvious the parallels are between the love of pot and the love of Christ. I love you, sweet leaf / though you can’t hear. There’s no way for that to make any sense if the song is about Christ. The first is that with art, truly nothing is off-limits.
marijuana – Sweet Mother
I haven’t talked about it in great detail, but here’s what happened. I cleared my kitchen table and sat down to an afternoon of writing. Nothing was on the table, but my close-to-brand-new laptop and my phone AND a new vase full of sunflowers. I looked down to see water pouring out of the vase and heading for my laptop. I ripped it off the table and cleaned the water immediately. I opened it up and cleaned the small amount of water from out of the inside. Instead, I yoga-rage it out of my body and continue the merry with Joke Week. The powers that be are shutting down Los Angeles marijuana dispensaries. North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un married Ri Sol Ju. The new first lady plans to keep her last name, but hyphenate it with her married one resulting in her new title, Lady Un-Ju. Both Israeli leaders and Steven Spielberg have called the hyphenation insensitive. Sweet Mother is updated between computer floods and hell-storms.