Sober Vs. High

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, September, 12th 2012 by THCFinder



An Interview with "The Black Tuna"

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, September, 10th 2012 by THCFinder

Robert Platshorn, aka “The Black Tuna,” spent some 30 years in federal prison on non-violent marijuana charges, the longest-serving prison ever for marijuana.

Robert now spends his time advocating for medical marijuana among seniors, especially those in his home state of Florida.

In the video below he tells some of his incredible story, and he really puts a human face on the ridiculous policies of the federal government when it comes to marijuana. When Robert was indicted on federal marijuana conspiracy charges, he had already been out of the smuggling business for over a year. But the DEA wanted to get into the cannabis business, and Robert and his gang were their knock of opportunity.

Imagine 30 years of your life taken for a non-violent crime. Many reading this haven’t even been alive for 30 years. And for what? To justify an agency budget or two?

Decades later, prohibition still rolls on, based on the ever-increasing budgets of entities like the DEA. Robert’s story is a symbol of everything that’s wrong with the war on marijuana users in this country and why our prisons are bursting at the seams with non-violent offenders.



Ignorant Parents

Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, September, 7th 2012 by THCFinder



Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, September, 7th 2012 by THCFinder


Breakfast of Champions

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, September, 6th 2012 by THCFinder


Kal Penn Obama Ad Parody Mocks President For Marijuana Policies

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, September, 6th 2012 by THCFinder
President Barack Obama's new ad featuring stoner duo Harold and Kumar drew accusations of hypocrisy on Tuesday from critics who note that the beloved potheads could easily be arrested under the White House's current drug policy. Now drug policy reformers are out with a parody ad that depicts what might actually happen if the president spontaneously dialed up a pair of marijuana users to ask for their support.
While the president's original ad was meant to promote the appearance at the Democratic National Convention of actor Kal Penn, a former White House staffer who plays the character of Kumar in the eponymous film series "Harold and Kumar," pot advocates saw an opportunity to hammer the president for his marijuana policy.
"Wow, hi, Mr. President," says the actor playing Harold in the parody ad. "I didn't think you'd call after you dismissed or mocked all of the questions about marijuana that I submitted on"
In the original ad, the comically zoned-out pair of stoners laugh at cartoons and eat junk food after the president asks if he can count on them.
In the parody, the pot user offers a more sobering response. "You're counting on marijuana users to fall for a lame political video designed to exploit us while your administration simultaneously supports arresting us and raiding our homes?"
As for actually speaking to Kumar, the president never gets that far. "Did you say you're looking for Kumar? Oh, he's gone. He was arrested, like the other 850,000 people who are arrested each year under your administration's policies. Maybe you can help him look for a house or a job when he gets out? Finding those things can be really hard when you're burdened with a drug conviction."
(The arrest figure is borne out by the FBI's 2010 Uniform Crime Report.)
The video, which ends with a scene from a violent police raid, was compiled by Shaleen Title, formerly a staffer for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, and Chris Wallis, an alum of Students For Sensible Drug Policy in Ohio.





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