I was just going through some pictures of people wearing safer shirts and I thought I should make a blog post with some of the beautiful women who wear safer shirts.
So without further delay, here we go.
Gladys Zimmerman was a great friend of mine who wore her safer shirt out in public quite often. I really enjoyed the time I got to spend with her, I wish I could have spent more. I made her some medicated lotion once and she like it.
I recently read an article on Cannalawblog that mentioned some business owners are being approached by folks attempting to sell marijuana production licenses that they won in a lottery.
The article noted that the lawyer has been receiving
"phone calls lately from companies asking us about Craiglist ads
offering “Retail Marijuana Licenses,” “Applications for Licensure” and
“I-502 Businesses” for sale. Our response has been to run (not walk)
away from any such deals, at least for now. This is our advice for many
First, the State of Washington has yet to issue any cannabis licenses under I-502, so nobody can have any licenses to sell.
Second, even if people did have such licenses, the Washington State
Liquor Control Board (“LCB”) has made clear that it will not allow any
This seems to be circumventing the path created by Allison Holcomb and Washington state Lawmakers and the Liquor Control Board.
The lottery was put in place because they wanted fairness in the distribution of the small number of licenses.
Their attempt to keep things fair failed.
When big business and big government work together to benefit each other while ignoring the rest of us, our equality in how our country is run disintegrates.
Every person gets one vote, but somehow people with more money are able to influence lawmaking in ways that make voters powerless.
Cops should stop arresting people for marijuana. 502 did stop a lot of arrests, but it seems like in some ways adults can still be arrested for marijuana.
At least penalized. I have not yet heard of a case where a person was caught growing one plant in his/her house after 502 passed. I imagine when the news story does hit the media it will surprise many.
If marijuana is legal why is it still possible for adults to be punished for growing one plant in his/her house?
I understand people can try to get a recreational marijuana growing license, but for the most part, it's not gonna work.
People can try to get permission to grow marijuana as hard as they want, they're not going to get it.
The only people allowed to grow marijuana are the people who received licenses when the government distributed them "fairly" with a lottery.
All other growers will be punished, to what degree is not yet clear.
Here is a piece
"Delegate Curt Anderson (D) introduced a bill Thursday that would legalize marijuana for those 21 years of age and older..." Here you can see where the picture was originally uploaded to Facebook
Dave has been spreading the safer message extremely well.
He is doing such an amazing job, I am confident that marijuana will be legal in Arizona soon.
Dave started the interview off by asking Robert Safer Clark "What does Safer Arizona stand for?"
"Safer Arizona is a group of citizens that have come together to try and change policy in Arizona to make it safer for all of its citizens. By "safer" what we would like to see is a reform of our policing policies, and this starts with reforming our cannabis laws. The prohibition against cannabis has been used for a lot of years unjustly imprisoning non-violent people. So we're gonna work hard to change and reform cannabis laws here in Arizona. We also want back our civil liberties that have been lost due to the war on drugs, and the war against the people. We're gonna work through ballot initiatives through legislative measures to affect change in our policing policies in Arizona. We would like to see the end of the private prison industry here. We want to reform our forfeiture laws. There are a lot of other things we wanna see."
I was just reading over on Asbestos.com that Andy Ashcraft was about to die from Mesothelioma.
His wife was told that they should look into palliative care and a hospice house (terminally ill assisted-end-of-life facility).
After an experimental drug stopped working, the article says,
"He was struggling to breath and deteriorating steadily. They had just
drained more than three gallons of fluid from around his lungs and
inside his abdomen."
This was the point at which his wife started researching cannabis and started Mr. Ashcraft on a full extract cannabis oil treatment regimen.
Ruth Ashcraft ignored the doctors who told her her husband was going to die and started giving him full extract cannabis oil
Here is a quote from Her that I found on Asbestos.com
"The man is healthy today, and there is no other explanation for that,"
"Beyond a shadow of doubt, this cannabis oil has
worked wonders for him. I'd recommend it for anyone with cancer. I'm
not saying it will work every time on everyone, but it's working for
I read further in the article and found this:
"He is no longer taking other drugs, having stopped chemotherapy last
summer to undergo bilateral hernia surgery. He also ceased taking his
cholesterol, diabetes and blood-pressure medicines. His latest CT scan
in October showed no tumor growth. He expects the same at his December
I hear stories like this all the time. It is nice to see them documented on the internet, especially on a website like Asbestos.com
The article explained how to make full extract cannabis oil and explained a lot about how cannabis oil works on cancer that I hadn't even really thought about before.
Thank you to the Ashcraft Family and Asbestos.com for trying this treatment, proving it works, and telling the world!