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Check out this Stoney, funny Youtube Channel while You Are High

starwarsthumbFor all you marijuana smokers out there, there’s this best kids toys youtube channel with this whacky puppet that’s super entertaining to watch while you’re high! They quality is really good with movie quality effects and animations. They do Star Wars toy reviews, Toy Story kids toys, Super Mario Bros Episodes, Minecraft parodies, blind boxes and lots of best Disney Toy Reviews. The puppet kind of reminds me of Elmo from Seseme Street but he’s sillier and has funny outbursts on the show where he smashes the toys and stuff. Haven’t seen anything else this on youtube. Plus they donate all the toys to sick children in thei hospital. Check it out! Great stuff! It’s called Fuzzy Puppet and you can see it at this link. Make sure to subscribe to see more.

You can view here:

smthumb2 (1)You can also watch my favorite episodes so far, which was where the main character Fuz The Puppet, is playing an 8bit retro video game with him as the main character. There’s a dragon he can never defeat and he calls on his friends Super Mario and Luigi to help him get past the boss. The stop motion photography used in this episode is sick! See it here


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Cannabis in The USA: a Brief History of American Marijuana

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Cannabis in the USA – Some Notable Facts

Many people wrongly believe that Cannabis (or marijuana) was never used in the United States of America by acceptable society. The truth is that Americans of all walks of life enjoyed the benefits of Cannabis.

In 1619 the first law regulating Cannabis in the American colonies was passed. The Law Required All farmers to grow Cannabis.

From 1842 to 1900 Cannabis made up half of ALL medicine sold in the USA.

In the 1890s, many popular American marriage guides recommend cannabis as an aphrodisiac.

1850 to 1942 – marijuana was listed by the United States as a useful medicine for nausea, rheumatism, and labor pains and was easily obtained at the local general store

a number of women’s temperance organizations suggested “hashish” as a substitute for “demon” alcohol during alcohol prohibition in the 1920’s

Marijuana in its natural form is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man. – DEA Administrative Law Judge Francis Young – 1988

We shall, by and by, want a world of hemp more for our own consumption.

– US President John Adams

I support legislation amending Federal law to eliminate all Federal criminal penalties for the possession of up to one ounce of marihuana.”

– US President Jimmy Carter

When I was a kid I inhaled frequently. That was the point.

– US President Barack Obama


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Bringing It Home (Jack Herer Was Right): Hemp Earth Day 2014 ~ New Film Review on the Bryan William Brickner Blog

Bringing It Home (Jack Herer Was Right): Hemp Earth Day 2014 ~ New Film Review on the Bryan William Brickner Blog (via PRWeb)

In an Earth Day review of the hemp documentary Bringing It Home, author Bryan W. Brickner highlights the wisdom and logic of Jack Herer, the Hemperor, who was well known for saying hemp could save the planet. The film by Linda Booker and Blaire Johnson…

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Marijuana Facts: A Brief History of Cannabis

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A collection of Marijuana Facts from your friends at

Marijuana is one of the earliest plants cultivated by man

12000 BCE:

LA-Confidential-7The Neolithic people of Yuan-shan (near modern Taiwan) used hemp in pottery making.

8000 BCE:

Hemp fabric was found in Mesopotamia, and was mentioned in Assyrian scripts from the time.

4000 BCE:

Hemp rope and textiles permeate life in China

2700 BCE:

The worlds oldest pharmacopeia, the pen-ts’ao ching Lists Marijuana as a treatment for:

  • Rheumatic Pain
  • Menstrual Pain
  • Malaria
  • and more

1500 BCE:

Many Egyptian papyrus’s refer to cannabis use as an:

  • anti-inflammatory
  • treatment for glaucoma
  • ointment

1000 BCE:

The Indian text The Atharva Veda lists marijuana as one of the 5 sacred plants it is referred to as:

  • Source of Happiness
  • Donator of Joy
  • Bringer of Freedom

shake-writing-2In India, they used Cannabis for as an:

  • Analgesic
  • Anticonvulsant
  • Tranquilizer
  • Anesthetic
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antibiotic
  • antiparasite
  • antispasmodic
  • appetite stimulant
  • diuretic
  • aphrodisiac
  • anaphrodisiac
  • antitussive
  • expectorant


In Syria Cannabis was used as:

  • incense.
  • for swellings and bruises,
  • depression,
  • impotence,
  • arthritis,
  • kidney stones,
  • ‘female ailment’
  • the ‘annulment of witchcraft’


Hebrew people use Cannabis (kaneh-bosm) to make holy anointing oil

700 BCE

The Zoroastrian Zendavesta, an ancient Persian religious text,  refers to Cannabis as the “good narcotic.”

430 BCE

Herodotus reports on both ritual and recreational use of Cannabis by the Scythians and Thracians.

Stating about the Thracians: “for when they have parties and sit around a fire, they throw some of it into the flames, and as it burns it smokes like incense, and the smell of it makes them drunk just as wine does us; and they get more and more intoxicated as more fruit is thrown on, until they jump up and start dancing and singing.”

79 CE

Roman Historian Pliny the Elder’s “The Natural History” mentions hemp rope and marijuana’s analgesic effects.

70 CE

cannabis-factsNero’s physician, Dioscorides, lists medical marijuana in his Pharmacopoeia.

170 AD

Roman Physician Gallen Aelius Galenus Wrote in De Facultatibus Alimentorum (the properties of foodstuff) that the Romans ate cannabis pastries at their banquets “to promote hilarity”

800 CE

Arabic Doctors used Cannabis to treat migraines, aches and pains, and as a muscle relaxer

An ancient Arabic proverb asserts that, “A pipeful of kief before breakfast gives a man the strength of a hundred camels in the courtyard”

In medieval Europe

Marijuana was a popular folk remedy for toothaches to facilitate childbirth, to reduce convulsions, fevers, inflammations, and swollen joints and to cure rheumatism and jaundice.

1492 CE

Christopher Columbus carried Cannabis seeds on his expedition to the New World as a source of raw supplies in case of a shipwreck.

1640 CE

English Botanist John Parkinson describes Cannabis as effective for treating tumors. He also says it is useful for treating joint pain, muscle pain, and (when mixed in oil or butter) for treating burns.


1st US President George Washington said “Make the most of the Indian Hemp seed,… and sow it everywhere!”


Queen Victoria was prescribed Cannabis for her menstrual cramps by physician Sir Russell Reynolds who said “When pure and administered carefully, Cannabis is one of the of the most valuable medicines we possess”


The US Government distributed 400,000 pounds of Cannabis seeds to US Farmers who grew 42,000 tons of Hemp for the war effort.


US President Richard Nixon passed the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act declaring marijuana a schedule 1 narcotic with NO medicinal value.



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‘420 – The Documentary’ Video-on-Demand Release Available in Time for Cannabis Enthusiasts’ Holiday

‘420 – The Documentary’ Video-on-Demand Release Available in Time for Cannabis Enthusiasts’ Holiday (via PR Newswire)

Directed by drug war casualty Amy R. Povah, the award-winning feature is now available exclusively on Vimeo, Cable, and Satellite; arrives on iTunes, VUDU, Google, and Xbox May 1 LOS ANGELES, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Harm Reduction Productions…

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Up in Smoke movie review

Cheech & Chong’s Up in Smoke

  • Release Date: 08-11-1978
  • Director: Lou Adler
  • Starring: Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Stacy Keach
  • Box office gross: $44,364,244 *15th highest grossing film of 1978

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[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]hroughout Hollywood history, few buddy comedy duos have stood out: Laurel & Hardy, Abbot & Costello, Cheech & Chong, Jay & Silent Bob…

Like there predecessors before them, Cheech & Chong had been a working comedy duo on the live circuit for years before they reworked there act for the cinema. The comradery between the two is evident, and their comedic timing is spot on.

The story begins with Anthony “Man” Stoner (Tommy Chong) leaving his rich white parents after being told to get a job or get out. After his VW Beetle breaks down, and he spends the night in a ditch, Man is picked up while hitch hiking by Pedro de Pacas (Cheech Marin). The two become fast friends over a rather large joint. They soon find themselves in trouble with the law, after being pulled over while parked in the median, and obviously very stoned.

cheech-and-chong-up-in-smoke-coverAfter narrowly escaping jail on a technicality when Chong reveals the Judge’s water pitcher is actually full of vodka, the duo head out to find more marijuana. Not having any luck, they decide to try Cheech’s cousin Strawberry. Strawberry is a Vietnam vet with a strange birthmark, and obvious PTSD. (although the didn’t call it that back then… was it still “shellshock”?), Anyway… Chong has to stay behind while Cheech goes with strawberry to pick up the pot (Strawberry’s friends don’t like strangers).

While waiting at Strawberry’s house, an impromptu drug party starts up. There is an incredibly memorable scene with June Fairchild (Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Pretty Maids All in a Row) mistakenly snorts some Ajax. Upon returning to Strawberry’s house, Cheech and Strawberry see the police are about to it. Strawberry goes off into a Vietnam Flashback leaving Cheech to figure out how to get Chong out of the house, and away from the bust.

After Finally scoring some herb from Cheech’s friend Curtis, the group duo settles down for their first band practice. Unfortunately, before they get started, the house is raided by immigration (which Cheech’s family called on themselves so they could get a free ride to Tijuana for a wedding).

Finding themselves in Mexico, Cheech and Chong arrange to pick up a van from an upholstery shop and drive it back to LA. They arrive at the wrong location, and instead pick up a van made entirely out of marijuana. Somehow this escapes there notice, and they head back to California wondering where they can get some more weed.

After narrowly avoiding get busted at the boarder, The two pick up some women hitch hikers who tell them about a punk rock battle of the bands at the Roxy in Hollywood. Cheech decides they should enter, and off they go. All while being pursued by the hapless narcotics team lead by Stacy Keech‘s brilliantly performed Sgt Stidenko.

The duo wins the battle of the bands after their van (made out of marijuana) catches fire, and the smoke gets the entire club (including the police) stoned.

Cheech and Chong’s Up in Smoke is a classic stoner comedy. An absolute must see, and must own, for any marijuana aficionado. Below is a very funny video of deleted scenes from Up in Smoke I found while writing this review.

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You can buy your own copy of Up in Smoke from Amazon here

You can also get Up in Smoke from iTunes here.

Check out Tommy Chong’s Free Podcast on iTunes

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