Please Re-elect George Bush for 4 more years!
Check out his resume for some good reasons why he deserves to lead the U.S. and the Free World!
RESUME: GEORGE W. BUSH
The White House, USA
PAST WORK EXPERIENCE:
I ran… Continue reading
The 15th Annual High Times Cannabis Cup
Amsterdam, November, 2002.
Review by Skip Stone
Last year’s Cannabis Cup was held under the shadow of 9/11. Numbed by the events of the prior 2 months, the 2001 Cup seemed muted. It… Continue reading
International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam
Review by Skip Stone
What do you believe in? That theme was one of the deeper questions answered by dozens of documentaries competing at the 15th Annual IDFA. It’s an interesting query for… Continue reading
The Secret Wigwam of Chappaquiddick
By Bill Grote
It was 1973, and Nixon was still president. It was before we found out he really was a crook. I had just graduated from San Francisco State College. Having worked my way… Continue reading
by yves engler
Last Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal and Financial Times ran front page articles about accussations against Medco, a subsidiary of Merck & Co. over false statements and claims to the government. This is in addition to investigations of… Continue reading
As the traffic came closer and closer soon enough we had entered BONNAROO. Now for you who don’t know, its ok, but BONNAROO was the only festival to ever come close to what WOODSTOCK originally was. Not the ’94 and ’99 tragedy to music, and the disgrace to the name WOODSTOCK. WOOSTOCK ’99 was the biggest catastrophe. The promoters had to be mentally ill if they had no idea that these bands would cause problems. Isn’t WOODSTOCK about LOVE? If you have a band playing a song called BREAK STUFF, your crowd isn’t going to have that peaceful vibe IMAGINE would give you. But BONNAROO saved WOODSTOCK 99, it showed that 70,000 people can come together and have a great time with close to no problems. There was one sad moment at BONNAROO, a young lady had over dosed on morphine. But people make there own decisions about what they do…..and she made the wrong one. As for me, I stuck to things that wouldn’t kill me, such as pot, mushrooms, acid…etc… The people were by far the nicest people I have ever met….some people in my group had brought an RV, so we would chill on that tripping and just talk to random people who wanted to see the view of the camp grounds which seemed to never end!!! I would get the ‘acid walks’ and just go for hours watching people do what they do. The best bands I saw were…… MOE, they had an awesome set from midnight to 5 am!!! It was an amazing show, but it got really crowded and I was tripping so I got nervous some times…….. Widespread Panic, the bass player is dieing of cancer right now and his final shows are being played (we love you WSP!!)…. Les Claypool and the Flying Frog Brigade, he played shine on your crazy diamond>to smoke on the water > back to shine on, LES IS GOD!! (no more needs to be said)….. String Cheese Incident, this mix of bluegrass and jam is insane….one of the best shows!!!……. Ben Harper, I have wanted to see this guy since I heard… Continue reading
Judi Bari and the FBI
Judi loved to howl, so we howled for her, we howled for fun, and we howled for justice. 24 May 2002 marked exactly twelve years since a bomb ripped through Judi Bari and… Continue reading
by Nicole Poirier
So maybe I should have been born earlier.
Hypnotized. Eyes of Kaleidoscopes.
around my forehead,
beads in my hair,
and flowers engraved on my skin.
When anything goes,
and you are not judged
for stepping… Continue reading