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COVER-UP: New Report Reveals DEA Deliberately Blocked Scientific Research on Marijuana For 40 Years (Flashback)

Source – anonhq.com

“…The report said the common tactics the DEA employed to frustrate activists included a delay on requests. For example, the report revealed that the DEA took 16 years to issue a final decision to the first marijuana rescheduling petition; five years for the second; and nine years for the third. 625 more words

NARCO-POLITICS: Black Budgets & Black Ops

"One of the Most Agreeable Walks in London" - a stroll through The Green Park

“No inhabitant of the metropolis, and scarcely any person who has visited it, needs to be told that the spot delineated in the annexed view forms one of the most agreeable walks in London.” (Ackermann’s… 662 more words

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The Earl of Wittering Goes to the Seaside: Part 11 Porrett Saves the Day!

The Georgian SeasideThe Earl of Wittering, his wife, son and daughter in law and grandchildren are all at the theatre, accompanied reluctantly, by Porrett the Earl’s secretary who is in the throes of a violent, whispered quarrel with his granddaughter, Emily. 1,111 more words


EP Review: Fictionist // Free Spirit

4-piece band Fictionist have released their new EP ‘Free Spirit’. The band, born in Provo, make synth-pop that is hard to not love with the whole EP boasting a technicolor wheel of quirky melodies that will undoubtedly hook the even the most pickiest listener. 208 more words


MEDICINE WHEEL: Do Our Bodies Produce Their Own Kind Of Cannabis?

Source – collective-evolution.com

“…Yes, that’s right. And not only that, but some of the chemicals in cannabis, called cannabinoids, fit snuggly into the body’s receptors, eliciting a whole host of purported therapeutic benefits such as being… 710 more words

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Nobody Does It Better

Author: Cecily von Ziegesar
Series: Gossip Girl #7
Rating: 3 / 5 stars
Verdict: Borrow

Most of her life had been an endless loop of repetition, filled with the same people, parties, and predictability.   370 more words