Saturday, March 21, 2009

Bull $hit Science

government science

more government science

even more government science

your tax dollars at work. yep, lots of herbicides can kill plants, even drug producing ones. It seems making certain plants illegal places a lot of money into the hands of people that make herbicides. After viewing the government's "medical science library", I have to scoff and say no wonder our nation is phucked up.

Bull $hit science only benefits the puppet masters.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009


So, what is more evil?

A man that grows an herb that God created and sells it to cancer patients?


A "constitutionally sound" government that encourages its citizens to believe in "freedom" while blatantly lying about the definition of this herb so that it can incarcerate gardeners and people who are sick?


Obviously, the U.S. government is more evil here. And I mean, this is classic satanic evil, not the kind of "war is a necessary evil" kind of evil.

Well, I hate evil, and all this really makes me kinda hate my government. This begs the question, what is the next step?

Saturday, March 14, 2009


We are happy to announce a new program to treat ignorance. As we all know, ignorance is a dangerous threat to the future of American security. Ignorance is prolific, spanning every facet of American society, from the individual citizen all the way up to Congress. More people die from ignorance every year than die from cannabis, peyote, and salvia divinorum combined. Ignorance is a serious problem, and now, we can do something about it.

We have a program that we have started call K.N.O.W.L.E.D.G.E. that seeks to minimize the plague of ignorance. K.N.O.W.L.E.D.G.E. accepts all people, regardless of race, creed, and religious or sexual preferences. We have provided a map on the K.N.O.W.L.E.D.G.E. website for Political Conservatives that have a hard time finding our location.

We believe K.N.O.W.L.E.D.G.E. should be free, so we do not bill those that seek treatment for ignorance. All that we ask is that you take the first step. However, if you leave K.N.O.W.L.E.D.G.E. and return to the ways of ignorance, we are not responsible for any detrimental action thereof.

So, if you or a loved one are struggling with ignorance, and you are seeking help, please take the first step and seek K.N.O.W.L.E.D.G.E. This is not an easy step, but one that, when taken, can radically change your life, and our society, for the better.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

"Don't let words have power over you."

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Why I am a gardener.

Life is more complex than we can imagine.

I plant a seed that I can barely see, and it sets root, grows leaves, and exists only to flower and produce more seeds. But this plant is more complex than this. DNA allows this plant to convert sunlight into energy, and energy into chemistry.

And oh, what a chemistry.

Most plants are nutritious in some way, containing vitamins, proteins, minerals, and other building blocks for the animal body. The problem is, many plants are toxic when consumed. Thus, the herbivorous and omnivorous animals of the Earth develop manners to deduce food from poison. The deer do this, as well as the apes. Humans are no different.

Plants are amazing genetic beings, if for no other reason than they provide a world suitable for animal life. And there are so, so many of them, more than modern science can classify. Thus, gardening is not just about caring for plants. Gardening is a ritualistic living metaphor that seeks to understand the basis of all animal life while also seeking the mysteries of the vast unknown.

Don't get me wrong, caring for and about plants is a big part of the living process. When a plant is thirsty, the gardener provides water. When the plant is hungry, the gardener provides food. In return, if health allows, the plant blooms in a slow motion burst of vibrant color and geometric design that never fails to attract the aesthetics of the eye... or more importantly, the Mind.

Just as a flower blooms with vibrant color and geometric symmetry, so too does the human mind. The flower flushes with precisely organized chemistry, some of which we perceive as color, scent, and taste. The human mind flushes with a strikingly similar chemistry, some of which we perceive as consciousness. I have yet to fully grasp the beauty of that kind of ontological complexity, but I know this to be true, that plants are very important, and we know very little about the nature of them. Then again, we still don't know all that much about the nature of us.

So, in a not so out-of-the-box way, gardening is about seeking a better understanding of our human past, the evolution of human consciousness, the foundation of all animal life on Earth, and the mysteries of the vast unknown.

Oh, and those plants are frickin' cool too.