I Love You

•April 14, 2011 • 1 Comment


First Baptist Millions Used for Little More than Sandwiches for Homeless … Yum-E!

•April 7, 2011 • Leave a Comment

First Baptist Orlando raised $5.6-million in March 2011 to assist the homeless being forced to live on Route-192 by the negligence of Osceola County Commissioners, Osceola County department of housing, and local employers including Disney World.  I talked with the homeless on Route 192, the group that First Baptist Orlando and, guess what? 

They are not there.  No even one.  None of them from First Baptist Orlando has been to the homeless to help them.  If this is not true, I would really like to know why no one one at the intersection of Poinciana Blvd and Irlo Bronson (R-192) even knew that FPO raised $5.6-million.

If you need help … call 407-425-2555 and ask for Charlie Weatherbie, Community Liaison, First Baptist Orlando, 3000 S. John Young Parkway, Orlando, FL 32805.

Cool Poster for Posey’s Tokin’ Peeps

•March 29, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Pun intended.

Whipped up cool flyer for those who want to call out Billy-bob Posey.  Tell Posey, “Just say now!”

Now is the Time to Oppose Posey

•March 25, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Am I imagining things?  PUFMM membership had been growing slowly, albeit regularly, since its inception a few years ago.  Then, a new resolution recently introduced into the House rears its green head and membership stops growing.  HJR-1407-promo-flyer-osceol

We need a one-time push more now than at any other.  This is our time.    Speak out! 

Let’s get people like Randi Rhodes, and other progressive radio celebrities, to kick off a huge Internet push to get 676,811 to join this forum PUFMM Meeting, by April 1st.  YouTube Video on HJR 1407.  we need 60% of registered voters to support us.

HJR 1407 to Rescue Sick Floridians

•March 23, 2011 • Leave a Comment

To get all the information on Florida House Joint Resolution 1407 (to legalize medical marijuana), go to the group that’s leading the effort: http://www.meetup.com/People-United-For-Medical-Marijuana-Orlando/

To the Departed Sayed Kotb

•January 31, 2011 • Leave a Comment

He became a leader

because of his attitudes

While not even Osama bin Laden was able to get your people to rise up,  your thoughts eventually made their way into today’s uprising in Egypt with one correction, Mr. Kotb. Jahalia was not the problem.

The problem was the financing of dictatorships by American presidential dynasties. In the end, violence was not what worked against these tyrants. What worked was modern technology.

Egyptians learned not to fear.  In turn, that led them to finally rise against “the power and authority” of their own nightmare, Hosni Mubarak.

Source of Concept: "Power of Nightmares" by BBC.

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Seeking Hearing Aids for Florida State Attorney

•May 13, 2010 • 2 Comments

The Gainesville Sun published a misleading article today, entitled Florida not jumping on pro-pot bandwagon, which clearly needs editorial improvements.  The Sun reported that State Attorney Bill Cervone said that there hasn’t even been a whisper on the subject of medical marijuana anywhere in Florida … at least not by Florida’s esteemed leadership, who clearly refuse to recognize the existence of PUFMM.   Here’s our chance to tell Bill Cervone to check his hearing aid, because the movement to end Marijuana Prohibition hasn’t been whispering.

The Sun also indicated the size of UCF’s NORML to be at about 175, implicating that they represent the largest group of supporters of medical marijuana reform. PUFMM — just on Meetup.Com — has 349 members and counting.

Let Cervone and The Sun know what you think. Contact Lise Fisher at 374-5092 or fisherl@gvillesun.com.

Has Florida No Shame?

•May 9, 2010 • Leave a Comment

WeedMaps.com posted a good point about Florida’s slacking in common sense intelligence.  While other bellweather states move steadily towards progress, Florida remains a scary place to live if you have any medical need for cannabis.  Unless Charlie Crist vetoes SB 366, as of July 1st, Florida will officially look as ridiculous as Arizona.

Veto SB 366, Charlie

•May 8, 2010 • Leave a Comment

I was in shock to hear that someone I have never heard of before, who lives over an hour away from me, is about to limit what I purchase and when.  I’m talking about the Bong Bill

Just because Darryl Rouson does not use a waterpipe doesn’t mean it is used for illegal purposes.  In fact, I am in the process of trying to stop smoking and have found that a waterpipe with a carbon filter helps me enjoy my tobacco far more than a million cigarettes.  If you do not stop this bill in its tracks, you will be making yourself liable to lawsuits by those – like me, who may likely develop lung cancer if I must go back to cigarettes rather than my tried and true method of inhaling clean, smokeless tobacco, which BTW, I consider a type of medicine.

Oh, and about Rouson: He and each one of his buddies have crossed the line with regards to SB 366.  If he wants to impose his morality on St Pete, that’s fine, but how businesses run anywhere else in the state of Florida is none of his.  In fact, the sale of anything as innocuous as a waterpipe is NOT A STATE ISSUE.   If you have any doubt about the serious offensiveness of this bill, review the first two minutes of YouTube’s COMarijuana, a video about a topic similar to Florida’s SB 366.  Please for the sake of your upcoming election, Charlie, veto SB 366.

Free as Banks

•February 13, 2010 • 2 Comments


We are only as free as banks allow us to be.


To those who support the end of Marijuana Prohibition:

Practice patience with a firm message.  Given Obama’s public addresses on the issue, we should each one consider the way we behave when it comes to pot.    If it is true that NORML has grown up since Nixon and this video appears to make that representation, then it is imperative for every NORML person to grow up too.  We can unite this movement.

With Baby Boomers rapidly pacing into retirement, so we — on the heals of the Me Generation — can bring government back into the control of people while taking it out of the private lives of families.  We can be free as banks.


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