29 November 2009

My regular dispensary was closed, so it was time to diversify, to second

Using weedmaps, I found a place <7mi from home, albeit in santa ana.
Mr GPS was useful as ever.

It was in a similarly obscure single story industrial / mall complex.
There was a sign though, and I saw someone going to his car with an
opaque bag and asked him... giving only 2 letters of the 4 letter name
he directed me to the door.

This was a larger place, the lobby could have held my regular dispensary.
There was a guard, which there isn't in Irvine. Just the receptionist, "Tyler Durden" and the sales associate. At this new place they took credit cards,
which Irvine doesn't. You pass the card and driver's license into a
banker's sliding drawer, faced with a 2-way mirror. Sales desk samples are in clear-topped
containers with vent holes for smelling. But you get your buds via the
banker's drawer and mirror. They come in a bag labelled prescription Rx, in
plastic jars with annoying tops. Recently Irvine has started using plastic
jars too; once I got glass jars, then polythene baggies, recently rigid jars.

I write in part because this is a unique part of american history. I wonder
if there are diaries of speakeasy visitors.

In Irvine, you go to a very obscure skinny office in an industrial park,
authenticate, and go into a small locked room with clear shelves so you
can see all the material (actual stock) on the bottom, mid, and top shelf.
Typically top shelf material is worth it.

The botanical all have funky "strain" names, which are apparently not local or random, as they can be found on international web sites. Anyway, evolution
and artificial selection at its finest. Absolute finest.

The Santa ana dispensary had a posted and verbally reinforced policy of no cell
phones, pagers, or cameras. Irvine is not that paranoid. And if you could use
one of the gizmos, you could readily disguise it or substitute a stealthier gizmo.

I may be legal these days, but the opsec is still there.

24 November 2009


No charges for couple who grew pot in baby's room
2009-11-24 07:51:56

TUSTIN – A man and a woman accused of growing marijuana in a child's bedroom were released from jail Monday after the District Attorney's Office declined to file charges.

Stephen Casino, 26, of Huntington Beach, and Tina Marie Turrieta, 29, of Tustin, were arrested Thursday on suspicion of felony child endangerment after police found marijuana plants growing in the bedroom of a 1-year-old child, authorities said.

According to the Orange County Jail records, Casino was released at 5:37 p.m. Monday and Turrieta at 11:06 a.m. after they spent the weekend in jail. In jail records, the reason given for their release is "D.A. refused to prosecute."

The 1-year-old boy was placed in the custody of Orangewood Children's Home last Thursday.

The pair had a doctor's recommendation allowing them to grow the marijuana, police said.

Police officers who visited the home at the Segovia Apartments at 15560 Tustin Village Way made some observations that led them to fear for the safety of Turrieta's 1-year-old son, Lt. Tom Tarpley of the Tustin Police Department said Friday. He declined to say what those observations were, but said that the marijuana plants in the child's bedroom were the primary concern.

Police received a call from Child Protective Services around 3:30 p.m. Thursday reporting a possible child endangerment case, Tarpley said.

Detectives started surveillance at the apartment, and arrested Casino when he arrived around 5:30 p.m.

Under California law, a person can be convicted for felony child endangerment if he "permits that child to be placed in a situation where his or her person or health is endangered."


The kid benefits from extra oxygen and humidity.
As long as he doesn't stay up past bedtime because
of photoperiod concerns.

Cannabis is the new ficus.

22 November 2009

Sarah Palin. You go girl!
American comedy at its finest!
You go girl!
You watch that russia, baby!
Drill, baby, abstinence, drill!

20 November 2009

Assakeena, kinda like ass kissa.


It's not clear who would decide what is considered grossly abusive, but each country's criminal courts would likely have initial jurisdiction over that decision, according to Marghoob Saleem Butt, a Pakistani diplomat in Geneva who confirmed the campaign's existence and has lobbied for the ban.

"There has to be a balance between freedom of expression and respect for others," Butt said in a telephone interview.

"Taking the symbol of a whole religion and portraying him as a terrorist," said Butt, referring to the Muhammad cartoons, "that is where we draw the line."

19 November 2009

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Thursday that trying self-professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in a federal civilian court in New York is unwise and unnecessary.

"There's no reason to put New York through this," said Giuliani.

Of course, Giuliani's claim to fame (and lame attempt at presidency)
is 911 (tm).

Albeit, Obama likes to dick with NYC --look at the airforce-1 flyby scare.
Now bringing the Big Boys into town.

Like they're going to get a fair trial.

18 November 2009

“I don't think it will be offensive at all when Bush is convicted and when the death penalty is applied to him,” Obama told NBC’s Chuck Todd.

When Todd asked Obama if he was interfering in the trial process by declaring that Bush will be executed, Obama, a former constitutional law professor, insisted that he wasn’t trying to dictate the result.

Obama FAIL
"Well mayor, how are you going to feel when it is your daughter that is kidnapped at school by a terrorist?" Shadegg said.


Too big to fail, I suppose.

17 November 2009

With the Hauser bomb, he had for the first time used a mixture of aluminium powder and ammonium nitrate, producing a much bigger bang and signaling to Ronay that worse was to come.


So that's how he did it ---you can make aluminum powder and NH4NO3 is a common ag chemical. He was in Montana.
In order to get our message before the public with some chance of making a lasting impression, we've had to kill people.


Pretty concise description of terrorism
Backwater town tries to define legal curfew, stumbles over


Exemptions include:

4 The juvenile is accompanied by a parent

4 The juvenile is involved in an emergency

4 The juvenile is engaged in an employment activity

4 The juvenile is on the sidewalk directly abutting their residence

4 The juvenile is attending an institutionally sponsored activity

4 The juvenile is on an errand at the direction of a parent and bears a written consent

4 The juvenile is involved in interstate travel beginning or ending in Emmitsburg

4 The juvenile is out after curfew hours while exercising first amendment rights, such as that covered by Constitutional freedom of speech, religion or right of assembly.

12 November 2009

Moron Mass. democrats stumbling over themselves to
take moron Kennedy's place in the Senate

"I incorrectly interpreted the question to be asking if I would support a mandatory draft in the event we needed additional troops and my answer was yes," Pagliuca said in a statement after the debate. "I now realize that was not the question posed to me, and I want to be clear that I do not support reinstating the military draft at this time."

He said that if there were a need to increase troop levels beyond what voluntary recruitment could provide, "I would support a mandatory draft that would be fair, transparent and equal."

He also said the country should have imposed a "patriot tax" to pay for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.


11 November 2009

We must all kudos the officers who fragged the fraggable
Arabs, americans, grenadiers,
the empire tries to survive on foreigner mercenaries
it spells fail
in big capital letters

John Doe #2
Lake Forest officials are communist atheist necro-bestial-pedophiles.
(They like dead veal)

Or otherwise violate the law of the land in pretend performance
of their doodies.

Hang 'em high. Its more humane than hanging them low, which is a form of

Hang 'em by the short hairs and turn 'em into soap.

My kid, a theist, thanks to his mother, gets upset when I say that god is
asleep as its past 7pm (PST) which is past His bedtime.

Awesome, Obama's TSA pick has a history of abusing
databases for personal reasons:


Obama = Bush

10 November 2009

Apparently Ms. Prejean has a new movie out. This might be a trailer from it, demonstrating "fisting"

Great quote: "Nothing is private anymore, nothing" --Carrie Prejean

mirrors Monica Lewinsky's quote in the LA Times
I think people have not quite gotten their hands around the
speed at which information can be disseminated online.
-Monica Lewinsky, LATimes 9 may 01

09 November 2009

05 November 2009

Larry C. Ford

A fine mormon if ever one did blow their head off with a shotgun whilst being
investigated for homicide, whilst having explosives, ammo, and fully automatic
machine guns buried in their Irvine, California back yard.

And bioweapons in his Irvine, California garage's fridge.

And connections to south african biowarfare and human experimentation (hiv) research.
Some were Ecstacy (tm) drugs.

After he blew his head off they had to evacuate, to expensive hotels, his neighbors whilst they found the explosives, machine guns, biological agents, etc, you know, the stuff
every mormon gynecologist keeps at home.

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) -- An Army psychiatrist set to be shipped overseas opened fire at the Fort Hood Army post Thursday, authorities said, a rampage that killed 12 people and left 31 wounded in the worst mass shooting ever at a military base in the United States.

The gunman, first said to have been killed, was wounded but alive and in stable condition under military guard, said Lt. Gen. Bob Cone at Fort Hood. "I would say his death is not imminent," Cone said. Col. Ben Danner said the suspect was shot at least four times.

The man was identified as Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, a 39-year-old, eight-year veteran from Virginia.

Moslem. Psychiatrist. Arabic name. Virginia Tech. Postal. Not making this up.

Visualize whirled peas.

03 November 2009

Clerical Error Leads to Massachusetts Woman's Arrest

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A Massachusetts woman was pulled over by police over a clerical error made nine years ago, MyFoxBoston.com reported.

Karyn Meunier, 39, of Haverhill, Mass., was driving to work in October 21 when an officer arrested her for skipping out on jury duty in 2000.

Meunier said she had resolved the issue years ago and that she has since served jury duty.

An error, possibly linked to a national database that police have access to in their patrol cars, failed to clear the warrant for Meunier's arrest, MyFoxBoston.com reported.

Meunier was detained in jail for 30 minutes with other inmates she characterized as hardened criminals. She called the experience terrifying.
Bell Curve

Overall, about 49 percent of all children were on food stamps at some point by the age of 20, the analysis found. That includes 90 percent of black children and 37 percent of whites. The analysis didn't include other ethnic groups.


02 November 2009

Thanks to caffeine nicotine ethanol thc fluoxetine I'm pretty much in
control. Its a delicate balance but someone's got to do it.

Fine machines need exotic oils to keep working.

Could be an excuse but it works for me. Paraphrasing Hunter
Does Abdullah Abdullah know Sirhan Sirhan? They're both in the news today.

This is a very esoteric computer science joke involving types (complexities)
of languages. Repeating something is pretty primitive.

I once saw Noam, was bored and left. I've since migrated towards his politics
and like his writings. He might still be boring in person. Doesn't matter.

Thanks Noam.
One of the dispensaries argued that the city's request for records, among other reasons, violates medical and financial privacy rights of its members, the Fifth Amendment's protection against self incrimination and the Second Amendment protection of freedom of association.

"The council is curious: are the existing organizations complying with all the state laws, (if so) then they might be more interested changing the municipal codes," Munoz said. "If the exiting businesses are just a sham and basically selling dope, then that might change their views."

"I just wish recreational pot smokers could understand what they are supporting," said Joshua Smith, natural resources project manager at the nonprofit Watershed Research & Training Center in Trinity County. "They're supporting clear-cutting the forest, pesticides, de-watering the streams, poaching wildlife, Mexican drug cartels and human trafficking."

Actually, its those who support prohibition that cause this.
Just like the moonshiners whose stills would blow up,
start fires, be defended with machine guns, have poor
quality control, etc.
Under a year ago, an American died at the IAEA in strikingly similar circumstances, his body being found at the bottom of a stairwell.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1224377/British-nuclear-experts-17th-floor-UN-death-plunge-suicide.html#ixzz0Vj0hGnNr