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Cecha tyranii jest trzymanie ludzi w niepewnosci. Ukrywania roznych praw, nieinformowanie obywateli, tworzenie praw i paragrafow pospiesznie pisanych na kolanie, aby oskarzonego szybko zalatwic, lub odnajdowanie praw dekady nieuzywanych, aby goscia przyszpilowac. Mam wrogow w miescie. I tego nie da sie ukryc. Zalezy komus, aby mnie tu przesladowac i tak umilic mi zycie, abym w koncu opuscil to piekne ale podle rzadzone miasto.
"Ukoronowaniem zycia jest sie wtedy gdy twoim domem staje sie ulica" - LEWED
"Life is an infinitely intelligent interaction of electro-magnetic energies carried by chemical substances" - DR. F.K. BELLOKOSSY
From the perspective of bio-magnetics, health is based upon the individual cells of the body vibrating at a characteristic normal frequency. Disease, on the other hand, represents an abnormal change in cellular vibration. The therapeutic application of magnets and herbs, at the deepest level, is based on the principle of restoring normal cellular vibration (Dr. Michael Tierra, "Biomagnetic and Herbal Therapy", LOTUS PRESS, Twin Lakes, WI).
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01:32 Hrs. Budzi mnie siusiu (jasno-slomkowe + lekko puszyste).
03:41 Hrs. Budzi mnie siusiu (slomkowe + puszyste).
05:50 Budzi mnie siusiu (slomkowe + puszyste).
08:50 Hrs. Budzi mnie siusiu (slomkowe + puszyste).
10:31 Hrs. Budzi mnie siusiu (slomkowe + puszyste) + odslaniam okna + widze mandat za wycieraczka mojego samochodu. Trzy mandaty i toluja. Kanar nie odczytal mojego message'u, ze wiem, 2 juz dostalem (kopie przylepione do wycieraczek) i cos robie. Jestem w sytuacji emergency. Jakis ciemniak + fotka z okna.
10:33 Hrs. Lektura tronowa. "Maclean's".
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BY KYLE EDWARDS * Jamie Kunkel noticed something different in his cannabis store on Oct. 17, the first day of legalized marijuana in Canada. As a steady flow of customers walked through Smoke Signals' doors on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in southern Ontario, visitors didn't look down or speak nervously. Instead, their faces carried wide smiles as they confidently selected their product of choice from the store's shelves. One man, perhaps from a different country, left celebrating: "I love Canadians!" Everybody's happy," Kunkel says, "I'm happy for them."
As Canadians across the country lined up outside provincially regulated cannabis stores, marijuana users in Ontario were, in a way, left out of the frenzy. For the time being, Ontarians can purchase their weed - legal weed, that is - only from the province's online store. But there are other options for those willing to step outside the law, or for those simply yearning for quick and easy customer service. They are the roughly 40 pot shops found in Tyendinaga, where green business signs line the community's roads.
Bob Willie from Trenton, Ont., was an early-morning customer at Smoke Signals. He's been to the shop a few times and believes he's supporting the First Nation by making the 45-minute drive from home: "It's a legitimate business," he says, adding that with the new legislation, he expects to make the trip more often. With pot now legal, Willie takes solace in knowing that he no longer has to hide from the public or his neighbours. "It's a great sense of relief. It's nice to do this legally - sort of."
Chris from Toronto, who asked that his last name not be used because he grows his own cannabis back home and may be in breach of the law, stopped at Smoke Signals while on his way to a cottage. He buys from the shop a few times a year and doesn't plan to purchase weed online from the Ontario Cannabis Store. "I don't really trust the province yet," he says. "If they obtain any personal information from me, I won't trust them with that, either."
Tyendinaga has long fought for two rights: to use cannabis recreationally - many on reserve use it for medicinal purposes - and to participate in the cannabis industry however it sees fit. In total, Tyendinaga's network of weed businesses provides nearly 400 jobs to band members, according to some sellers. But for the community, Kunkel explains, this now-legalized economy isn't new. "It's always existed," he says. "It's just been frowned upon."
Kunkel counts among the critics of Ontario's online store. He says it's akin to trying to sell a head of cabbage on the internet: "You haven't been able to pick it up, look at it, feel the density of it, smell it, you don't know whether it's ripe or whether it's rotten." Throughout the First Nation, cannabis edibles in different shapes, sizes and flavours fill store shelves - the sale of edibles is not yet legal in Ontario. And when customers head to the cash register, they'll notice that cannabis shops on Tyendinaga don't apply taxes to sales (though the community of marijuana sellers recently met with their band council to plan its own tax structure going forward). But while the community itself is not unanimously accepting of the industry, others say it values its self-determination.
When Kunkel's shop and others first opened up in Tyendinaga, most required that customers provide a medical reason for smoking marijuana. That changed after Trudeau embarked on his government's long-awaited journey to put an end to the prohibition of recreational cannabis. Kunkel stopped requiring medical information the day the PM made the promise. (Shops here do, however, respect the province's legal age of purchase: 19.) "You'd have to think that you're shooting yourself in the foot to still require a medical reason," he says.
To be clear, marijuana dispensaries are illegal in Ontario. But unlike in Toronto, Vancouver and other cities, those in Tyendinaga have been spared police raids. Kunkel can't imagine force being used in Tyendinaga. The community has a population of roughly 4,000, which he estimates is made up of about 25 extended families. With dozen of stores on the reserve, he guesses that there's one or more stores in each family's name. He describes the spectre of a police raid as "an act of war," adding, "The police would not pull it off. It will take the military to pull off a raid in our community. I don't see that happening."
Certainly at this stage, the province doesn't seem too bothered, saying it will "continue to engage with Indigenous peoples, communities and organizations." In a statement to Maclean's, Brian Gray, a spokesperson from the ministry of the attorney general, stressed that cannabis storefronts "remain illegal," and that distributing the product illegally can carry maximum fines of up to $250,000 and $1 million for individuals and corporations respectively. But, added Gray, "The Cannabis Act gives the flexibility to accommodate community-specific on-reserve approaches," and noted that the AG could "enter into agreements with First Nations communities related to cannabis regulation."
Kunkel is disappointed legalization took so long. In his mind, regardless of his community's stance on the regulations, Oct. 17 was a clear-cut victory for the cannabis industry. Now, it's business as usual - save for a few BBQs in the community meant to say thanks to loyal customers. "We're a sovereign people, a sovereign community," Kunkel says. "For us, we've been here since the beginning of time, this is our home. . . and since the coming of the non-native person, we've just wanted to be left alone. Let us do us, and you do you" (MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE, December 2018).
14:22 Hrs. Andrzej jedzie do mnie aby mnie pomoc odpalic kobylke.
16:24 Hrs. CAA odmawia pomocy. Mowia ze nie jest to sytuacja emergency. Stracili klienta.
16:52 Hrs. Prywatny tow truck zabiera kobylke + fotka.
17:15 Hrs. Ssacy bol w zoladku z glodu + 2-ga szklanka wody strukturowanej.
21:00 Hrs. CBC radio informuje o dziesiatkach falszywych zamachow terrorystycznych w Ameryce. Zacheca ludzi do dzwonienia na policje jak cos podejrzanego zauwaza.
21:20 Hrs. Pije szklanke herbaty ziolowej Zdrowa Watroba + kapsulka 460 mg Milk Thistle + kapsulka 400 mg Turmeric force + kapsulka 800 mg Dandelion Root + 2 czekoladki.