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General / People in the Alabama/Tenn Area take notice
« on: October 25, 2011, 10:45:27 PM »

Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition's Monte Sano Picnic


Time Saturday, October 29 ∑ 9:00am - 4:00pm

Location Monte Sano State Park
5105 Nolen Ave. 

Created By Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition

More Info Join us in Huntsville, Alabama for food fun and discussion on Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition's future plans and how you can help make legal medical marijuana a reality in Alabama.

The event is being held at Monte Sano State Park. You donít have to stay all day, but this is an all day event. We are going to have several speakers and events going on throughout the day.

Schedule of events:

9:00-9:30 Get there and "set up"

9:30 - 10:30 Meet and greet

(someone starts cooking around 10:30)

10:30 - 11:30 Welcome to AMMJC Ė Chris Butts, Ron Crumpton and Jody Parker.

11:30 - 12:30 Lets EAT!

1:00 - 2:00 Ron Crumpton and our guest speaker.

2:15 - Quick Cannabis Conversation

- From I-565 take exit 17b Governors Drive
- Follow to top of mountain and turn left on Monte Sano Blvd.
- Go 2.5 miles and turn right on Nolen Avenue.
- Follow it 1 mile until you arrive at the park.
*You will go past the playground/picnic area that is located at the entrance of the park. Our pavilion is located directly across from the camp store.

Note: Marijuana is illegal in the state of Alabama. Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition is not responsible for the actions of individuals.


General / My 15 year old son
« on: October 23, 2011, 08:41:58 PM »
is awake and knows the situation we have at hand and is probably the only Ron Paul supporter in his school.  The other day in his social studies class they had to come up with a speech a play a song or anything dealing with how america was started.  he decided to rap about it.  he came up with his own lyrics about the american revolution and did his thing in front of the class.  he won first place in the compitition and he said the class went wild.  i am very proud of him.  he and i have been listening to freetalklive since he was about 9 or 10 years old.  ive taught him about freedom and what this country is suppose to be all about since he was able to understand.  he is the only 15 year old that i know about that knows his rights and understands what the constitution is about....and on top of that he is a very popular kid in school.  here are the lyrics he wrote and the video of him rappin "american history rap" (the music is jay z's dead presidents) :)  enjoy and pass it around if ya like....if the guys at ftl would give him a shout out on air it would make his day!  thanks guys and keep up the good work...

American History Rap

George the 3rd
he was a king
a captain
imposing on the sugar and stamp act
if youdidnt pay ya taxes he would have his soldiers cap ya

the offspring of that was the 13 colonies
they set up on tha east side yellin
no taxation without representation

but thanks to George W.
the citizens can fight back
Continental army made sure of that

Thats what they call a revolution...American Revolution....
It was time for a movement

they took a big step in 76

Thomas J wrote the declaration of independence
and now the britians cant be in our business

France sees us winnin
we partnered up
now everybodies grinnin

until 78
it was cold
no food on the plates
but the soldiers made it through and made it home

in 81 we forced the brits to surrender in York Town Virginia
in 87 came the resolution
the constitution....

We the People.

General / My son didnt say the Pledge of Allegiance at school
« on: November 13, 2010, 12:19:25 PM »
he is 14 and he told me the other day that he got in trouble for not saying the pledge....he understands that something is not right about it and of course i have been teaching him about liberty and freedom and of course the state but he really couldn't remember what to tell the teachers when they asked him why and if it was some sort of religious reason.....so he just told them that it was his choice and that he loved america but he just feel right about saying the pledge..and that they shouldn't make a big deal about it but they did....any suggestions on what i need to tell him to tell the teachers next time?  something sorta simple that he can remember because he is the only one in school that is actually standing up for his personal beliefs.  i'm very proud of him but i dont want this to cause him to be an outcast at school.....he is very well liked at school and everyone really looks up to him but when the teachers cant understand why he wouldn't pledge they can come against him....anything that i can tell him?  or something that i can point him to that he can read and understand why some people dont say the pledge...and something he can tell these teachers without being mean or a smartass...something kinda lite and to the point without getting him further in trouble..thanks guys

General / Aldous Huxley was correct not George Orwell
« on: September 27, 2010, 12:44:07 AM »

General / I saw this on c-span....wow
« on: September 11, 2010, 07:55:23 PM »
Remarks on Financial Crisis by John Birch Society Pres. John McManus

John McManus just told us exactly whats going on....but he is a major conspiracy therorist....or is he.  i really cant believe this was on c-span....really good job on explaining the conspiracy theory that really isnt a theory at all but fact.


General / Ancient Cannabis: Uncovering a 2,700-Year-Old Stash
« on: July 15, 2010, 08:12:58 PM »

A dig site at the Yanghai Tombs with the Gobi Desert's Huoyan Shan mountain range in background. Archaeologists uncovered a 2,700-year-old grave here that contained a stash of marijuana.

A photograph of the grave's whole cannabis sample as it is examined in a lab. The scientists are unsure if the marijuana was grown for more spiritual or medical purposes, but it's evident that the blue-eyed man was buried with a lot of it.

General / Need help with the name of a film...about the state
« on: May 30, 2009, 07:37:39 AM »
sorry about this....but i remember ian and mark talking about a little flick about slavery going global a few weeks back and i cant remember the name of it for anything!.....basically talks about how we are all all slaves now just on a bigger plantations.....we can move from plantation to plantation but we still remain slaves to the masters......can someone help me out?

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