Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Just some sayings about how I think & hell I just like to say it!

Last night i sent an angel to watch over u while u were sleeping. It came back early and i asked it why? Its said "Angels dont watch other Angels"



Treasure every moment that you have! And treasure it more because you shared it with someone special, special enough to spend your time with. And remember time waits for no one.


Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That's why its called the present.



If all my friends were to jump off a bridge, I wouldn't jump with them, I'd be at the bottom to catch them



"Your friends are your release. They're who you have the most fun with, and yet when the going gets tough, those people turn around and suddenly they're not just making you laugh, they're being this rock and giving you all their advice. Even though you're so much your own person, if you dissect yourself, I guarantee you, your friends are in there. Their influence is incredible. Best friends are what you need most."



A man wants to be a woman's first love, a woman wants to be his last.


Love starts with a smile, grows with a kiss and ends with a tear


"I miss you when something really good happens, because you're the one I want to share it with. I miss you when something is troubling me, because you're the one who understands me so well. I miss you when I laugh and cry, because I know that you are the one that makes my laughter grow, and my tears disappear. I miss you all the time, but I miss you the most when I lay awake at night, and think of all the wonderful times that we spent with each other for those were some of the best and most memorable times of my life."


A kiss is just a kiss till you find the one you love. A hug is just a hug till you find the one you're always thinking of. A dream is just a dream till it comes true. Love was just a word till I heard it from you.


Everyone in life is gonna hurt you, you just have to figure out which people are worth the pain.



"False friends are like a shadow, they're with you while you're in the sunshine, but leave you the minute you cross into the shade."



A stranger stabs you in the front; a friend stabs you in the back; a boyfriend stabs you in the heart, but best friends only poke each other with straws.

"I always knew looking back on the tears would make me laugh, but I never knew looking back on the laughs would make me cry."



"Don't be dismayed at goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after a moment or a lifetime, is certain for those who are friends."


"I'll remember the days we laughed together and promised to be friends... Even though we'll be apart, there will always be a bond in our hearts."


"Thank you for making me laugh when I'd almost forgotten how to."


"To the world, you may be one person, but to one person, you may be the world."


"You laugh at me because I'm different, but I laugh at you because you're all the same."


"Live every day to its fullest so that when you die, you can stand in front of God or whatever you believe in and be satisfied that you fullfilled your purpose."

Live with no excuses and love with no regrets


If I could give you one thing in life, I would give you the ability to see yourself through my eyes, only then would you realize how special you are to me...


It's only after someone is gone do you realize how much you miss them...


There comes a point in your life when you realize who really matters, who never did, and who always will.


Sometimes you need to run away just to see who will come after you


Never explain yourself. Your friends don’t need it and your enemies won’t believe it.


Sitting next to you doing bsolutely nothing, means absolutely everything to me



It's the times we're so crazy, that people think we're high.

It's the times we laugh so hard, we can't help but cry.

It's all the inside jokes and "remember whens".

those are all the reasons that we're best friends!



It's the times we're so crazy, that people think we're high.

It's the times we laugh so hard, we can't help but cry.

It's all the inside jokes and "remember whens".

those are all the reasons that we're best friends!


People will forget what you said.

People will forget what you did.

But people will never forget how you made them feel.


"The way to happiness:Keep you heart free from hate, your mind from worry.

Live simply, except little, give much.

Fill your life with love. Scatter sunshine.

Forget yourself, think of others.

Do as you would be done by.

Try this for a week, and you'll be surprised."


"Everything I dream about,

Everything I scream about,

Everything that makes me mad,

Everything that makes me sad,

Everything I cry about,

Everything...

Everything I think about is you..."


Loving someone doesnt need a reason. If you can explain why you love someone, its not called "Love"... its called "Like"


Giving up doesn't always mean you are weak … sometimes it means that you are strong enough to let go


"Everything is okay in the end, if it's not ok, then it's not the end."


No one will win the battle of the sexes, there is too much flirting with the enemy


You asked me whose life was more important- yours or mine and I answered "mine" ; you walked away angry not knowing that you are my life.



Don't play stupid with me...I'm better at it.


If you truly love someone, then the only thing you want for them is to be happy....even if its not with you


The statistics on sanity are that one out of every four Americans is suffering from some form of mental illness. Think of your three best friends. If they are okay, then it's you.


Don't cry because it is over, smile because it happened!


Just remember... if the world didn't suck, we'd all fall off.


"When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one that has opened for us.



Roses are red violets are blue, God made me pretty, what happened to you?


Never be afraid to try, remember...

Amateurs built the ark

Professionals built the Titanic


Feelings change - memories don't.



Imagine there is a bank account that credits your account each morning with $86,400. It carries over no balance from day to day.

Every evening the bank deletes whatever part of the balance you failed to use during the day. What would you do? Draw out every cent, of course?

Each of us has such a bank. It's name is TIME.

Every morning, it credits you with 86,400 seconds.

Every night it writes off as lost, whatever of this you have failed to invest to a good purpose.

It carries over no balance. It allows no over draft. Each day it opens a new account for you. Each night it burns the remains of the day.

If you fail to use the day's deposits, the loss is yours. There is no drawing against "tomorrow."

You must live in the present on today's deposits. Invest it so as to get from it the utmost in health, happiness and success!

The clock is running!! Make the most of today.


To realise the value of ONE YEAR, ask a student who failed a grade.

To realise the value of ONE MONTH, ask a mother who has given birth to a premature baby.

To realise the value of ONE WEEK, ask the editor of a weekly newspaper.

To realise the value of ONE HOUR, ask the lovers who are waiting to meet.

To realise the value of ONE MINUTE, ask a person who just missed a train.

To realise the value of ONE SECOND, ask someone who just avoided an accident.

To realise the value of ONE MILLISECOND, ask the person who won a silver medal at the Olympics.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Canada is a lot more Liberal than the Excited States of America

Hey with all due respect to all my American friends and others this is meant to say how Canada is so much more liberal as the US is so Conservative! So they want a Canadian to extradited to the US for selling Canabsis seeds to the US!


http://www.cannabisculture.com/v2/content/prison-vigil-prince-pot-tomorrow

After two decades as Canada's Prince of Pot, Marc Emery will surrender
himself today in B.C. Supreme Court and become the country's first
Marijuana Martyr.

Emery will begin serving what could be as long as five years behind
bars as Uncle Sam's prisoner for a crime that in Canada would have
earned him at most a month in the local hoosegow.

It is a legal tragedy that in my opinion marks the capitulation of our
sovereignty and underscores the hypocrisy around cannabis.

Emery hasn't even visited America but he was arrested in July 2005 at
the request of a Republican administration that abhorred his politics.

He is being handed over to a foreign government for an activity we are
loath to prosecute because we don't think selling seeds is a major
problem.

There are at least a score of seed-sellers downtown and many, many
more such retail outlets across the country.

In the days ahead, once the federal justice minister signs the
extradition papers, Emery will be frog-marched south to Seattle where
his plea bargain will be rubber-stamped and he will be sent to a U.S.
penitentiary.

For comparison, consider that the B.C. Court of Appeal last year said
a one-month jail sentence plus probation was appropriate punishment
for drug and money-laundering offences of this ilk.

The last time Emery was convicted in Canada of selling pot seeds, back
in 1998, he was given a $2,000 fine.

In July, his co-accused Michelle Rainey and Greg Williams were given
two years probation for conspiracy to manufacture marijuana.

They were indicted along with Emery for their role in what the
authorities described as a $3-million-a-year business.

Rainey, 38, worked for Emery from 1998 to 2005, helping him operate
the B.C. Marijuana Party and his mail-order business.

The 54-year-old Williams took phone orders.

Emery flouted the law for more than a decade and every year he sent
his seed catalogue to politicians of every stripe. He ran in federal,
provincial and civic elections promoting his pro-cannabis platform.

He championed legal marijuana at parliamentary hearings, on national
television, at celebrity conferences, in his own magazine, Cannabis
Culture, and on his own Internet channel, Pot TV.

Health Canada even recommended medical marijuana patients buy their
seeds from his company.

From 1998 until his arrest, Emery even paid provincial and federal
taxes as a "marijuana seed vendor" totalling nearly $600,000.

He was targeted because of his success, targeted as surely as pot
comic Tommy Chong — who spent nearly a year in U.S. jail because his
son ran a company selling glass pipes.

Emery challenged a law he disagrees with using exactly the
non-violent, democratic processes we urge our children to embrace and
of which we are so proud.

"The same seeds I sold are being sold right in America," Emery
complained. "The people in California are doing it the same way I did
so there's a terrible hypocrisy at work here."

He's right.

Emery recently wrapped up a 30-city "farewell tour" of speaking
engagements across Canada.

And, he's banking on the transfer agreement that allows Canadians
convicted and jailed in America to serve their time here and take
advantage of our very liberal early-release laws.

If that happened, he could be out within a few years. But Ottawa has
regularly rejected drug offenders for the program and I doubt Emery
will find any sympathy.

I suspect he's likely to moulder in a violent, overcrowded U.S. jail
for probably his full five-year sentence.

"I'm going to do more time than many violent, repeat offenders," he noted.

"There isn't a single victim in my case, no one who can stand up and
say, 'I was hurt by Marc Emery.' No one."

He's right again.

Emery is facing more jail time than corporate criminals who defraud
widows and orphans and longer incarceration than violent offenders who
leave their victims dead or in wheelchairs.

Whatever else you may think of him — and I know he rankles many — what
is happening to him today mocks our independence and our ideal of
justice.


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Odds & Ends I encountered while enjoying Life!!!

This one chick posted this ad to start a
420 (weed) Start Up Group

Hey everyone,
I am interested in starting a 420 friendly movie meetup group in the Vancouver area. It's for people who enjoy their 420, going out to see movies and who want to meet new people. Everyone should bring their own supplies, leaching off of other people would be in bad form. Let me know if you would be interested in joining/attending such a group.

Another chick was selling some 420 cookies so thought I'd check it out

Double-butter 420 cookies, extra strong, made with og cush.

Available by the dozen only.

This batch is chocolate chip oatmeal and I only have 3 dozen left.

Next batch will be brownies.

There was a guy who posted this ad for
people who might want to try Salvia a herbal medicine experience.
So I replied cuz when I was in S. America I had experienced an Ayawaska Ceremony performed by a Shaman. It was a very different experience and wonder if what is simliar cuz I'm always open to new experiences.

Ayahuasca (ayawaska pronounced [aja╦łwaska] is any of various psychoactive prepared from the vine, usually mixed with the leaves of dimethyltryptamine-containing species of shrubs from the ethnobotanist Richard Evans Schultes who found it employed for divinatory and healing purposes by Amerindians of Amazonian Colombia.

http://www.spiritmedicine.net/Testimonials.html

I am an intelligent, nice and impressively chilled guy who tried Salvia (now twice). It has been very rewarding, but in an unexpected way.

This is platonic. Really.
Would love to have someone or like-minded people with matching chemistry around for the next time. Make it a more social experience. There might even be a chat about the experience.

I do share herbs, whatever.Whoever is interested in joining for this amazing experience in a relaxed place, hit me back and we can see if we get along!
To those who don't know, this is not a party drug. Do some research on Erowid. I am in the phase of exploring legal alternatives, Salvia was the first and so far most profound. I was sitting wit a friend, who tried it the first time and even loading about three times my initial dose nothing happened. Guess there are other factors (mind set, diet and load of the receptor caused by competing drugs) that impact the experience.

I did quite some reading on the traditional ways, as these are the best point to start with something new and I would love to experience that on a trip to South America. Well, at some point possibly.
But good to hear that you are not the common garden pot-head! I can tell you what is currently happening:
Salvia, requires apparently a little more respect, used it twice, the first time was very deep, second still worth it, want do do again
Extracted Morning glories last week, but may have exceeded temperature, when I drove off the solvent, so the result of approx. 900 seeds split among two was neglectable; ordered bigger batch, extraction protocol needs attention
On the way are Kava kava and some other easy going herbs.
Don't have sufficient background for DMT/MAOI, yet. Maybe later.
Need compadres for this ongoing project, sharing stuff and mostly experiences.
Let's talk and see what we can do.

I was pretty tied up finishing a distill that I had been building over the last weeks, so there were no more experiments. This is running now and there will be more time dedicated to research on plants & their contents.

I met these guys who are in a band called The Boom Booms with a Motorhome Bus with the same name & travelled with them in Nicaragua to Costa Rica. http://whereisthefreespiritguy.blogspot.com/2008/12/just-bunch-of-adventures-in-nicaragua.html

Well one Sat afternoon I went to this party that they put on & it was so awesome to see them again.
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=258949700531&ref=nf

I know most of what I did was entertaining myself but there was the usual dancing & partying that I usually get involved in. I’m finding that life can be beautiful as days are usually filled with going for bike rides, run or work a bit during the day as I work from home on my computer. Then in the evenings if I want to go out these are some of the places I may go.

Here's the Reggae night I usually go to on Thur nights
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=10143081907

Here's the website of the Fever Club I go to sometimes
http://www.clubvibes.com/listings/Vancouver/Nightclub/Fever-Nightclub.html

Then sometimes I head to this spot http://thecaa.blogspot.com/2007/05/reggae-night-at-anza-club.html

Met up with some Old & New cool & different people with various cultural backgrounds and also lost track of some old friends. But am always on the look out for some new friends!!!! But when ppl see or find out my different trips well I have trouble making friends with them!!!
Met up again with some old friends from before: Sher (Canadian part Native), Sarita (Belize), Pilar (Peru), Kyoko (Japan),
Meral (Turkey), Raven (Canadian Native), etc. Then met Gloria (Senegal & Kenja), Shyn (mix Nigerian & Dutch), Yumi (Japan), Mercedes (Chinese from Venezuela) and a few others who I can’t remember, etc. Cuz met new ppl at my favorite Cafe New Amsterdam where I go to do some 420/weed, dance clubs, bars, Music Festivals & just along the way!

But I don't always just party as also like to find cool places to eat or hang out, hang with friends & family, watch movies, go for coffee, hike, camp, use my computer. Also run, bike or walk around some of the 15 kms of sea wall around downtown Vancouver, etc. t oo!

I'm not rich but do have some money I made from selling my house and putting 1/2 in the bank which I won't touch. So I could work in computers but don't want a regular job! I want to enjoy life, travel, volunteer, meet nice cool ppl and work part time to save money to travel, pay rent, etc. It may not be the best life or that it's good for everyone! Cuz it can be lonely if u let it but for me wll I meet new & old ppl that keep me busy and enjoying life!!!

Cuz if I wanted to work at a permanent job in Computer software well I would probably have to upgrade some of my skills. However I don’t find that is high on my priority list as I don`t really want to continue working at that even if it is a good paying occupation. But I find it too all consuming and being career minded is not where my head is anymore. So I work a bit part time at home on my computer & do some volunteering gigs.

What I want to do for part time work are things that are not the norm like the following

Flyer hand-out / Street Team (Vancouver) We are urgently looking for people to hand out flyers as a part of a Street Team, this coming Sunday (September 27th) in Downtown Vancouver (daytime). You need to be communicative, cheerful, with a positive attitude. We prefer people with previous experience, but it's not a must.
Payment is $50 cash, for couple of hours of work (paid at the end of the gig). If we are satisfied with your work - we'll have gigs for you every weekend.

Vancouver Trade shows (vancouver) Looking for an enthutiastic sales team for the Vancouver Tabboo show and Womens show In October and November. The product thats going to be sold is called ``True Smooth``which is a womans shaving machine, it sands away your hair and leaves you a nice soft feel on your skin.. Easy to sell and great pay as you get hourly plus commission. If you think you can sell and have fun at the shows making extra easy cash please send your resume along with a description of yourself This job is only during weekends: Vancouver Convention Centre NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! We Will TRAIN.

On Call Drivers (lower mainland) Enterprise Rent A Car is looking for on call drivers to shuttle cars between locations. Applicants must have a valid class5 drivers license and a good driving record.

Vancouver/Whistler Winter Olympics – can get temporary jobs here but won’t be around when it happens!

These probably aren`t the most intellectual jobs or career ones but hey right now they work for me!

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

The female body is a mysterious, glorious palace that guys like to worship at so this article is important to help better view part of the Palace!!

Beware of the Killer Bikini Wax!

Be careful — Brazilians can go from sexy beauty habit to scary sickness faster than you can say 'yowza'.

All Jennifer (not her real name) wanted was a smooth bikini line. But within 24 hours of getting a wax at a reputable New York City salon, an infection crept in. She developed a fever of 102, chills, and pain in her left thigh. "I thought I'd caught a cold," she says, "but after five days, the pain was worse."

Her doctor diagnosed her with cellulitis, a potentially life-threatening
bacterial infection of the skin and the underlying tissue. Jennifer spent the next 15 days in the hospital hooked up to an IV that pumped her full of antibiotics and heavy-duty painkillers. She also had surgery to drain the infection. "One doctor said I could have lost my leg!" she recalls. "It took me months to recover physically and emotionally from the whole ordeal —a steep price to pay for a little vanity."

While there are no reliable stats on waxing-related complications, Jennifer's experience wasn't unique. This past March, the state of New Jersey nearly banned Brazilian waxes after two women landed in the hospital as a result of them (one of the women filed a lawsuit against the state cosmetology board). And in 2007, an Australian woman with type 1 diabetes almost died of a bacterial infection she got after a bare-it-all wax.

What makes them risky? "Pubic hair is there for a reason — to protect the sensitive skin and mucous membranes in the genital region," explains Linda K. Franks, M. D., an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the New York University School of Medicine. "Getting a wax literally strips away that layer of protection."

Waxing can also pull off tiny pieces of the skin's outermost layer, creating a portal through which bacteria can enter the body. What's more, the process creates inflammation, which can trap bacteria beneath the skin. All of this sets the stage for skin infections (including staph), folliculitis (infection of the hair follicles), and ingrown hairs.

"Anytime you compromise the integrity of the skin, you're going to increase your risk of infection," Franks says. She advises people who have diabetes, chronic kidney or liver disease, skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis, or weakened immune systems to avoid waxing altogether. For everyone else, there are simple ways to ward off danger:

CHOOSE A FACILITY CAREFULLY

Before you make an appointment, drop by to see how clean the place is, or ask a friend to recommend a salon she trusts. Be sure the cosmetologist or aesthetician you choose is licensed by your state and has received training in Brazilian waxing, says Rosanne Kinley, past president of the National Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology.

ASK ABOUT THE WAX

"Hard wax is best. It's gentler and adheres to the hair, not the skin," Kinley says. "Speed wax, which is soft and sticky, is applied with a roller applicator, and while it's fast and easy, it's more painful and more likely to tear skin." Sugaring, a natural method that's kinder to the skin than waxing, is a good alternative. Look for products that are chemical-free; Shobha ($22, myshobha.com)contains nothing but sugar, water, lemon juice, and glycerin.

KEEP AN EYE ON HYGIENE

Before beginning the process, the practitioner should scrub up or (at least) apply hand sanitizer. Double dipping into the wax is taboo because it introduces bacteria into the pot. "The waxer should have brand-new spatulas available for each swipe to your skin," Kinley says. To prevent burns, she should check the wax's temperature on the inside of her wrist before applying it to your skin. If you don't see the practitioner taking these steps, speak up.

PREVENT IRRITATION

For a few days following your wax, apply an over-the-counter topical antibiotic cream and an anti-inflammatory 1% hydrocortisone cream to the area, says Bruce Robinson, M. D., an associate clinical professor of dermatology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. This will ease irritation and help ward off potential infection.

KNOW THE SIGNS OF INFECTION

Check yourself with a hand mirror (look for inflamed ingrown hairs, rashes, or raw, open sores or cuts). "See a doctor ASAP if you develop redness or swelling in the area, an itching or burning sensation, peeling of the skin, or a fever," Robinson says.