Happy 420 from lot #420

I have to reblog this …… Excellent post!!!



Happy 420 Werld


Below are 5 more blogs i believe on the same subjekt from lot #420 here….all i have to say bout it this fine day.

jest cough up all dat bad stuff an get along wit da’ gewd if life don’t kick ur arse!…




High Points Lot 420 and FUNNY KNOTS BOUT POT

Quarked says Can Of WHAT?????? Can-O_what? again frum Lot # 420 CAN OF WHAT? 2 ******** Frum Lot 420-FUNNY-KNOTS-BOUT POT! ************This is where i get  off! lol**************** Here we go again with this #$%$. Articles from yahoo an msn and such that are BIASED! Funny how these studies come up all the time and suggest […]

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 Weed has been disguised as the bad guy when weed holds together the structure and integrity of the soil as so does the myocillin fields underground! Both illegal to cultivate and grow on…

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April 20, 2014 …… Cannabis Culture!

~~April 20, 2014~~

CANNABIS CULTURE – 4/20, the official holiday of the global cannabis culture, is here again. On April 20, huge clouds of marijuana smoke will fill the air at rallies in cities across the planet.

~~First a little history~~

The idea of 4:20 as a time to smoke pot goes back to the 1970’s, when a group of high-school students from San Rafael California began using it as a time and code word for marijuana smoking. Grateful Dead-heads quickly scooped it up and passed it around, until it became common parlance in the 1990’s.

In 1995, a group of marijuana activists from Vancouver working for Prince of Pot Marc Emery had the brilliant idea that 420 could mean not just a pot smoking time (twice every day) but also an entire day of cannabis celebration, if written “4/20”.

The April 20 marijuana rally was born at Victory Square park in Vancouver and over the last 20 years, the concept has been adopted by cannabis activists around the world. Cities like Vancouver and Denver now host huge rallies with tens of thousands of peaceful marijuana smokers celebrating the plant they love.


A group of teenagers in San Rafael, California, calling themselves the Waldos began using the term in connection with a plan to search for an abandoned cannabis crop that they had learned about in autumn 1971. Although their typical “hang-out spot was a wall outside the school,” the Waldos designated the Louis Pasteur statue on the grounds of San Rafael High School as their meeting place, and 4:20 p.m. as their meeting time.

The Waldos referred to this initial plan with the phrase “4:20 Louis”, but after multiple attempts to find the crop failed, the phrase evolved in form and use — shortened simply to “4:20”, the teens increasingly relied on the code word to refer to pot-smoking in general. High Times, particularly the editor Steven Hager, was responsible for bringing the Waldos’ story to a national audience. Hager called for 4:20 p.m. to be the socially accepted time of day to consume cannabis and attributed the early spread of the phrase to Grateful Dead followers, who were also linked to the city of San Rafael.

~~April 20 observances~~

420 event in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, April 20, 2013

Students and others gather for a “420 Day” event in Porter Meadow at the University of California, Santa Cruz, campus on April 20, 2007.

April 20 has become a counterculture holiday in North America, where people gather to celebrate and consume cannabis. Some events have a political nature to them, advocating for the legalization of cannabis. North American observances have been held in San Francisco‘s Golden Gate Park near the Haight-Ashbury district, the University of Colorado‘s Boulder campus, Ottawa, Ontario, at Parliament Hill and Major’s Hill Park, Montréal, Québec at Mount Royal monument, EdmontonAlberta at the Alberta Legislature Building, as well as Vancouver, British Columbia at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

The growing size of the unofficial event at UC Santa Cruz caused the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs to send an e-mail to parents in 2009 stating: “The growth in scale of this activity has become a concern for both the university and surrounding community”.

~~Pot-smokers share ‘highest’ holiday with Easter on 4/20~~

Throughout the past few weeks social media has been spreading the absorbing fact that Easter 2014 lands on the Marijuana holiday 420. Although the Christian holiday is a recognition and celebration of the holy story of Jesus Christ’s resurrection, popular culture also recognizes the holiday as filled with tasty chocolates and Easter eggs filled with treats.

Its easy to say the least the jokes and memes are heavily rolling through social media networks, conveying that “nobody will be able to find Easter eggs this year.” Americans generally are familiar with the story of Jesus Christ and the holy holiday of Easter, but in respects to the two holidays landing on the same day, it seems appropriate to take a look at the history of  the marijuana holiday 420.

Nonetheless the holiday is very influential in popular culture, enough so that Quentin Tarantino made all the clocks in Pulp Fiction set to 4:20.

There are many myths and rumors inscribed in the marijuana holiday 420, the origin of the holiday still remains largely a mystery. However there are several explanations and origin stories from all kinds of people, that seem relatively plausible. There is only a few things we know for sure, that the 420 holiday stands for the date April 20th, and that marijuana users feel compelled to celebrate marijuana consumption on this day.

Marijuana users celebrate by smoking, eating and consuming the cannabis in vast quantities. Since the legalization in the states Colorado and Washington, marijuana sales are expected to skyrocket this 420 holiday, along with the sale of Doritos and Beef Jerky.

Some marijuana historians believe the reason why the holidays origin has been lost is because the very nature and side effects of the plant. One more scientific explanation is that marijuana contains 420 active ingredients or chemicals, while others say that 420 is tea-time in Holland. It has even been connected to Hitler’s birthday and the legendary musician Bob Marley. Others have suggested that it has something to do with Earth day which is on April 20th. Jokingly they say the marijuana users were two days late in celebrating.

Arguably the most accepted story line is that 420 is some sort of police code that was used in Point Reyes, California for officers tracking weed and weed smokers. However main-stream reports the holiday’s origin from a 1990′s flyer campaign by the Grateful Dead that circulated heavily in northern California. As Easter 2014 lands on the marijuana holiday 420, it can be said that this media hype was all crafted by a bands flyers in Oakland.

Sometime in 1990, Hightimes made a copy of the flyer, spreading to marijuana users from Oakland to New York. By 1995 the Cannabis Action Network staged their first annual 420 Ball in San Francisco at the Maritime Hall, a special even that begins and ends at 4:20. By 1998 Hightimes launches 420.com, promoting 420 into the digital world.

Although Easter 2014 lands on the 420 marijuana holiday, there should not be any animosity between the two holidays. It is even argued by some theologians the Bible speaks of marijuana in Genesis 1:29, and makes for an important focal point of the Rastafarian religion. This Easter should make for an interesting one to say the least.

~Opinion by Zane Foley~



~~4/20: The Hazy History of a Marijuana Holiday~~

~~Published on Apr 20, 2013~~

The history of how 4/20 became an unofficial holiday for smokers might prove surprising.

We ALL are ONE!! 

Amazing Plants: Do Plants Respond to Pain?

~~April 20, 2014~~

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If you’re a vegetarian or animal rights activist, chances are you’ve had this argument before. When you mention that you have compassion for animals, someone points out that plants have feelings too, and those carrots you were happily eating a second ago are actually screaming in some supersonic range. Sure, it’s ridiculous. But could it be true?
In his book Primary Perception, fringe scientist Cleve Baxter described a number of experiments that he conducted with plants, testing their response to various stimuli. In many cases, the plants were attached to a polygraph (lie-detector), which measured the electrical impulses of their leaves.
While the plants did respond with high levels of stress to certain events, they tended to react most strongly to wanton destruction such as an experimenter smashing or setting fire to an entire plant.
Little response was recorded in relation to less dramatic acts like pulling off a few leaves. This research suggests that plants may feel something like pain, fear, or at least discomfort in certain cases. However, the amount of stress that plants undergo through normal farming practices may be insignificant, and in any case there might be ways that this impact could be reduced in the future. 
Of course, these studies can hardly be considered conclusive. Luckily, it’s not incredibly important to answer this question from an animal rights perspective, because regardless of the answer you’re better off eating plants.
The fact is, almost all animals used for food are herbivores, and the amount of plant matter they must eat in order to produce a significant amount of edible meat is many times higher than the amount of plants used in a vegetarian diet. So, whether those carrots are screaming or not, the plants and the animals should be thanking you for your compassionate choices.
~~Full Read/SOURCE/Full Credit~~
~~Relevant links~~



~~Do Plants Feel Pain?~~


~~Published on Apr 25, 2013~~

Scientists conduct a plant experiment that may make you rethink those veggie burgers.

We ALL are connected through NATURE!! 


We ALL are ONE!!

Ugandan Catholic Easter Message Calls for Genocide of Gays

I can not believe this!! Oh, wait …. yes, I can. These religious people missed the lesson on charity, equality and love!! How different are they from the religious fanatics?? Not much … SMH!!


CATHOLIC CHURCH MESSAGE IN UGANDA –  blessings to all Christians who have been working so hard to make Jinja a land free of gay persons

Screen Shot 2014-04-20 at 9.24.33 AM This picture of Bishop Charles Martin Wamika in a Boston Church visit

The Bishop of the Jinja Diocese of the Catholic Church, Bishop Rt. Rev. Fr. Charles Wamika, in today’s Easter Message  delivered at St. Chalres Lwanga Catholic Church, praised the Members of Parliament for the Anti-Homosexuality Act that provides life in prison for gay (LGBTI) people in Uganda. The Bishop called for a blessing for Uganda’s Christians who worked so hard to ‘free the land of gays.’  The Bishope also asked for parents to hand over their gay children to authorities, so they would be rewarded in heaven. I would call that a statement praising and calling for a genocide.

Since the passage of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender…

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There is a Wolf Pack in WordPress ….

~~April 30, 2014~~

Pack (canine), a group of wolves that live, feed, and travel as a family group

Wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl, which they use to communicate. A lone wolf howls to attract the attention of his pack, while communal howls may send territorial messages from one pack to another. Some howls are confrontational. Much like barking domestic dogs, wolves may simply begin howling because a nearby wolf has already begun.

Wolves are the largest members of the dog family. Adaptable gray wolves are by far the most common and were once found all over the Northern Hemisphere. But wolves and humans have a long adversarial history. Though they almost never attack humans, wolves are considered one of the animal world’s most fearsome natural villains. They do attack domestic animals, and countless wolves have been shot, trapped, and poisoned because of this tendency.

Wolves live and hunt in packs of around six to ten animals. They are known to roam large distances, perhaps 12 miles (20 kilometers) in a single day. These social animals cooperate on their preferred prey—large animals such as deer, elk, and moose. When they are successful, wolves do not eat in moderation. A single animal can consume 20 pounds (9 kilograms) of meat at a sitting. Wolves also eat smaller mammals, birds, fish, lizards, snakes, and fruit.

Wolf packs are established according to a strict hierarchy, with a dominant male at the top and his mate not far behind. Usually this male and female are the only animals of the pack to breed. All of a pack’s adults help to care for young pups by bringing them food and watching them while others hunt.



Once upon a time, through the blogging platform provided by WordPress, a group of people, from all over the world met.

Some would say that is was purely by chance, a coincidence.

I wouldn’t agree. I believe in “synchronicities”. 

As the relationship in the blogosphere became stronger, we realized that there are common interests, ideas, feelings, values, thoughts, circumstances that bound us together.

We bonded.

We realized that these were connections that were strong and foresaw that they were long lasting.

Friends for life!!


Introduction to the current WordPress Wolfpack members
the blogs can be found here:

Shaun: http://prayingforoneday.wordpress.com/

Dr Rex: https://hrexach.wordpress.com/

Bishop Eddie: http://bishoptatro.wordpress.com/

Just Patty: http://petitemagique.wordpress.com/

Jade: http://jadereyner.com/

Mavadelo: http://mavadelo.wordpress.com

Brian: http://fozzyfitness.wordpress.com/



The text in the black wolf/white wolf picture reads:
A native American Chief was teaching his grandson about life
He said “There are two wolves fighting in each and everyone of us”
One is pride, greed, anger, jealousy, hate and resentment while the other is Love, humbleness, faith, hope, happiness and courage”

The grandson asked “Which wolf will win?”
The Chief replied “The one you feed”

Which wolf will you feed?
Think about it and start making a difference.

~~WordPress Wolfpack – an Introduction~~

~~Published on Mar 11, 2014~~

Introduction to the current WordPress Wolfpack members

Mavadelo created this wonderful video too!! Border1

We ALL are connected through this wonderful WEB!!




We ALL are ONE!! 


To start the day …. there is no other way!!

~~April 20, 2014~~


Easter is the gift of HOPE
Easter is the gift of PEACE
Easter is the gift of LOVE
Let us rejoice in Him,
Who gives them all.

May God bless you at Easter,
And keep you all year through.
May God give you all the faith it takes,
To make your dreams come true.
May His love and wisdom always help,
To guide you on your way.
May His light shine down upon you now,
To bless your Easter Day.

~~Silver Lining of Your Cloud~~




~~He Is Risen – Mormon Tabernacle Choir~~


~~Published on Apr 2, 2014~~

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square perform “He Is Risen,” composed by Joachim Neander, with lyrics by Cecil Frances Alexander.

We ALL are ONE!! 


Photo shoot: Book presentation!

An awesome celebration of a great event …. Well deserved, dear Patty …. To many more to come … I raise my glass!!


Yesterday I had my first book presentation and signing.

It was awesome! 🙂

I still have to get used to the fact that I am a published writer now.

You know, you dream about it and all, but when it actually all works out you are stunned beyond words lol!

I was overwhelmed by all the lovely people who were with me, physically and in spirit.

I thank you all so very much. It means the world to me.

I also want to thank my dear wolf pack brothers and sisters for their amazingly sweet messages. They brought tears to my eyes guys.

I love you all!

So, here are some photos of this amazing night. 🙂

Sometimes, dreams do come true…


The signing table!


Got a lot of flowers and gifts! It was like it was my birthday! 🙂


My publisher reading something of my book.


Signing time! 🙂

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