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Forbes: Marijuana Money Is Still A Pot Of Trouble For Banks

During a visit to the Dixie Elixirs & Edibles plant in Denver last summer, I saw the machines the company uses to produce cannabis concentrates, the kitchen where it makes marijuana-infused chocolates, and the bottling line for its THC-spiked sodas. 41 more words

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Believing is Seeing

Hebrews 11:1

Faith is the substance of thinks hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

Most of us have heard this scripture taught all of our lives. 214 more words

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Secure Italian military lab to grow medical marijuana

(Reuters) – Italy said on Thursday it would grow medical marijuana at a secure military lab outside Florence and distribute it through pharmacies to slash costs and make it more easily available to the sick. 51 more words

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Lacrea "Messengers"

I recently heard the new song “Messenger” by Lacrea. I really did not like the song the first few times that I heard it. Mostly because I did not feel the Chorus really fit with the rap. 82 more words

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Kwetlal Against Colonialism: A Summary

The following is a short summary of my Community Governance Project completed as partial fulfillment of an MA in Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria under the supervision of Cheryl Bryce (Songhees) and Dr. 3,116 more words

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Nick Montgomery reblogged this on cultivating alternatives and commented:

This is Corey Snelgrove's summary of his MA Thesis, drawing connections between environmentalism, colonization, and what he calls "settler stewardship"--settlers' ways of knowing and relating to the land perpetuate and reify settler colonialism. All of this is grounded on Lekwungen Territory, in "Victoria" where he did his MA, and he also gestures towards productive alternatives where settlers are taking leadership from indigenous peoples and supporting indigenous relationships to land, worked through his participation in the Community Toolshed here: "This orientation marks a difference between the Tool Shed and settler stewardship, and this difference is shared by many of those participating in the Tool Shed. For example, discussions with Community Tool Shed participants reveals a recognition of the entanglement between colonization and the environment. Participants also recognize the different role for non-Lekwungen peoples than Lekwungen peoples in engagements with the land, such as removal of invasive species versus the harvesting of camas. Additionally, participants do not seek to absolve themselves from colonization. Rather, they often trace their involvement to their implication in colonization."

Revolutions X 4...

And here we go for number 5.

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  • Sushi dinners and becoming more agile with chopsticks.
  • Preschool made birthday crowns  wore well into the evening.
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He is thinking of me

Sunday Morning I woke up with a song in my head. All I could think of was the first verse, but I could not remember what song it was. 221 more words

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