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See Mary Jane, see her help the environment. Help, Mary Jane, help!

http://www.freezedriedgraymatter.com/?p=420"

Apologies to fans of the Elson-Gray Reader’s Dick and Jane books, this is as simple as possible for a few lug heads out there who get all glassy eyed when you start getting into details.

Ummm.... please excuse the political cartoon... I swear i didn't see it. I was just going for the green stuff!

Used to harvest hemp when it grew wild all over the state, of course back then I was stupid, and called it Mary Jane.

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Comment by Ellen on April 20, 2010 at 2:47am
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Special 4/20 message from NORML’s Executive Director Allen St. Pierre
April 20th, 2010 By: Allen St. Pierre, NORML Executive Director


April 20, 2010

Dear NORML supporters and fellow lovers of liberty,

Happy 4/20!

While the ravages and costs of cannabis prohibition are largely defined by one’s geography—these days America is a hodge-podge of varying cannabis penalties, ranging from West Hollywood California where a medical cannabis patient can access the herb 24/7 from a vending machine; in Indiana, if caught with just a little cannabis on one’s person, they’re getting arrested, prosecuted and likely going to jail—this ‘4/20′ celebration in 2010, as is NORML tradition, is a combination of both the serious and silly!

There will be dozens of major 4/20 ‘protestivals’ today from New York City to Seattle.
Comment by Ellen on February 28, 2010 at 1:38pm
Comment by Ellen on February 3, 2010 at 2:39pm
Sydney gets its first hemp farm

* By Joe Hildebrand
* From: The Daily Telegraph
* February 02, 2010 6:41AM



IN Richard Friar's opinion the world would be a much better place if everyone started the day sprinkling hemp on their Weet-Bix. huh??

The organic farmer and peace activist is cultivating Sydney's first industrial hemp crop, which he hopes will be part of a farming revolution.

Mr Friar said the extremely versatile plant had no less than 35,000 uses-from food to building materials-although he was unable to name all of them off the top of his head.

The plant can be used to make a flexible type of concrete, a fibreglass composite used to build cars, paper, fabric and biofuel.

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