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About UrbanFarmer

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  1. World's oldest marijuana stash totally busted Two pounds of still-green weed found in a 2,700-year-old Gobi Desert grave David Potter / Oxford University Press Stash for the afterlife: A photograph of a stash of cannabis found in the 2,700-year-old grave of a man in the Gobi Desert. Scientists are unsur
  2. Gallup: Record Number Of Americans Now Say They Support Marijuana Legalization Posted by Paul Armentano on @ 10:31 amArticle printed from speakeasy: http://blogs.alternet.org/speakeasyURL to article: http://blogs.alternet.org/speakeasy/2010/10/29/gallup-record-number-of-americans-now-say-they-support-marijuana-legalization/ The latest national poll numbers from Gallup, which has been tracking public opinion on cannabis legalization since the late 1960s, shows that Americans’ support for ‘making marijuana legal’ is now at its highest reported level of support ever. New High of
  3. Anything that isn't explicitly covered in teh language of the law can (and has been) declared illegal, depending on which leo you are dealing with.
  4. The great divide between politicians and the people is showing itself in California where polls show the voters support Proposition 19 and where the mainstream politicians mostly oppose it. To many Americans, there are few policies more bankrupt than the prohibition on marijuana use, a recognition that a blue-ribbon panel reached four decades ago, urging an emphasis on drug education rather than incarceration. In 1970, the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse recommended ending the illegality of marijuana in the United States. The Dutch also had a national commission tha
  5. By John Sinclair Published: October 13, 2010 When I applied to the state of Michigan for my Michigan Medical Marijuana Patient ID card last year, I didn't designate a particular caregiver, and my card arrived with "NO CAREGIVER" printed across the back. Then my caregiver and I reached agreement and filed new papers with the state to establish our relationship. Soon a new card showed up in my mail with my caregiver's name and address included with my own. (There was still no photo, however, just a box with the legend "No Photo Available" — like you were the ki
  6. If an American doctor of the late 19th century stepped into a time warp and emerged in 2010, he would be shocked by the multitude of pharmaceuticals that today's physicians use. But as he pondered this array (and wondered, as I do, whether most are really necessary), he would soon notice an equally surprising omission, and exclaim, "Where's my Cannabis indica?" No wonder -- the poor fellow would feel nearly helpless without it. In his day, labor pains, asthma, nervous disorders and even colicky babies were treated with a fluid extract of Cannabis indica, also known as "India
  7. How does this stuff compare to SNS & Neem Oil, and have you tried either of them?
  8. The state could very easily send out an embossed letter of approval and/or some sort of difficult to forge paper certificate like you get your birth certificate on and that would stop a large portion of the forgery.
  9. Prayer's & condolences to the family and friends of Sal Agro.
  10. Prayer's & condolences to the family and friends of Sal Agro

  11. I really thought Detroit was done with ol' Virg. Another Detroit political insider that we probably can't expect to stick his neck out. I kinda resent the tone of that. Contrary to that blog post, I DID go to the polls, I just don't live in Cush's district, but I did try to muster votes for him. Uncalled for snipe on the part of TFOC Blogger Richard Clement.
  12. A private, informal, networking group for legal card-holding patients and caregivers in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties. http://groups.google.com/group/semichmmj
  13. Detroit Election Commission 2978 West Grand Boulevard Detroit, MI 48202-3069 (313) 876-0212 Chairperson Janice M. Winfrey, City Clerk 200 Coleman A. Young Municipal Center Two Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 224-3260 (office) (313) 224-1466 (fax) (I guess Janice is not computer literate, no email address posted, but I know the city has assigned her one.) Member Kenneth V. Cockrel, City Council President CockrelK@kcockrel.ci.detroit.mi.us 1340 Coleman A. Young Municipal Center 2 Woodward Ave Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 224-4505 (office) (313) 224-0367 (fax)
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