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"Protests are appealing to the powers that be, to be nicer. We don't do that. ... If there's a community that doesn't have drinking water because there is no well, ... you go off and you dig the well yourself and dare them to stop you." —David Graeber, Anthropologist
"Reflect how you are to govern a people who think they ought to be free, and think they are not. Your scheme yields no revenue; it yields nothing but discontent, disorder, disobedience; and such is the state of America, that after wading up to your eyes in blood, you could only end just where you begun; that is, to tax where no revenue is to be found, to — my voice fails me; my inclination indeed carries me no farther — all is confusion beyond it."
Fact# 4566: If Texas was allowed to secede it would be the 46th most populated nation and have the 13th largest economy, which is comparable to Australia.
Allowed?? What is this “allowed” shit? NEVER beg permission to be free, because you’re never going to get it. No one has the power to make you free but you. Stop begging for permission! LIVE.
Aerogel, also know as frozen smoke, is the world’s lowest density solid, clocking in at 96% air. If you hold a small piece in your hand, it’s practically impossible to either see or feel, but if you poke it, it’s like styrofoam. It supports up to 4,000 times its own weight and can withstand a direct blast from two pounds of dynamite. It’s also the best insulator in existence. Pretty amazing
This video showcases the amazing improvement in quality of life when Jacqueline Patterson, a woman with cerebral palsy, smokes cannabis. As a result of her condition, she suffers from a severe stutter and major pain and weakness on her right side.
Watch the beginning to get an understanding of Jacqueline’s struggles with cerebral palsy and then feel free to skip ahead to about 5:20 to see quite an amazing change in her ability to speak, relax, and function immediately after she uses cannabis.
Jacqueline has since left Missouri and moved to California where she can access medical marijuana to help her improve her daily life and be the mother to her children that she says they deserve.