Yippie Museum-9 Bleecker Street

Yippie Museum-9 Bleecker Street time to save the yippie museum from the crapitalist wrecking ball..don't let 9 bleecker street turn into a gentrified yuppie boutique
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Mitch McConnell Update On The Rules For A Senate Trial Of Trump
01/12/2020
Mitch McConnell Update On The Rules For A Senate Trial Of Trump

Mitch McConnell Update On The Rules For A Senate Trial Of Trump

How did the impeachment fight get diverted into a struggle over the rules for a Senate trial? The pressure is on Moscow Mitch McConnell and the Republicans who are up for re-election. Either use the same rules they used for Bill Clinton's impeachment or get caught colluding with Trump in defending f...

A Donald Trump Impeachment Review With Adam Schiff on the Stephanie Miller Show
01/02/2020
A Donald Trump Impeachment Review With Adam Schiff on the Stephanie Miller Show

A Donald Trump Impeachment Review With Adam Schiff on the Stephanie Miller Show

Chairman Adam Schiff goes on the Stephanie Miller Show to go over the expected impeachment vote and what the prospects are for a real trial in the Senate. The Republicans will be treading on very thin ice to vote against admitting documented evidence and witnesses to the facts. Now it will be time t...

Road Warriors...
11/13/2019
Rules Of Engagement - The List Search

Road Warriors...

The only way to avoid entrapment with The List is to not engage in the conversation, after all it's a voluntary contact. You always have the right to terminate a voluntary contact. If enough of us stand up and resist this unethical, unreasonable police questioning to invent cause for search, they wi...

The Secret List of Convicted Cops
11/09/2019
The Secret List of Convicted Cops

The Secret List of Convicted Cops

When cops misbehave, why does it stay secret? We hear from a reporter threatened with prosecution and interview a U.S. police association leader.

I'm not going to play victim because when you do, you become one. AS it stands in Pennsylvania, the 1972 Nixon era statu...
08/06/2019
New Senate Bill Would Legalize Marijuana Nationwide and Erase Possession Charges

I'm not going to play victim because when you do, you become one. AS it stands in Pennsylvania, the 1972 Nixon era statute of zero tolerance for THC needs to be amended . The state is opening dispensaries and allowing doctors to write prescriptions and the dispensaries have parking lots, some of them are private. You can go inside and purchase a strain of weed called "Sundae Drive". There are no warnings inside the dispensary about the 1972 Statute which is used to make DUI arrests and no one seems to be aware . This is called "failure to warn"...if they arrest you while driving that is called "entrapment". Also recently the Supreme Court passed a bill against "policing for profit" . The vote was almost unanimous. The courts have not been tested yet on this new law against policing for profit, but it will and very soon. The obvious cash grab that is going on in PA will be challenged in the courts. PA lawmakers better get their defense together because we are coming for them and I am PISSED.

The Marijuana Justice Act of 2019 would see the plant removed from the federal list of controlled substances, legalizing the plant on a nationwide level.

07/03/2019

Happy4th of July NoPotDUI.org

06/07/2019

NoPotDUI.org -'nuf said.

Cannabis and Cannabinoids
03/28/2019
Cannabis and Cannabinoids

Cannabis and Cannabinoids

Cannabis has been used medicinally for millennia, but has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat any medical condition. Cannabinoids are the components in cannabis; some are commercially available to treat symptoms. Get detailed information in this clinician summary.

Stephen
03/22/2019

Stephen

Ron Netsky litho case seen at the New York State Museum in Albany, NY.
This is part of the Arthur Anderson Collection/Woodstock Art Colony exhibit on display until December 31, 2019.

VICE
01/24/2019
VICE

VICE

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12/24/2018
LADY BUNNY in 'TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE TRUMPMAS

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!

Jus spreading a little holiday merriment and mischief! Written by Facebook Sensation Beryl Mendelbaum @Mendelbaumberyl Shot and directed by Mikhail Torich ht...

12/11/2018
Dangerous Minds

Dangerous Minds

Light up the last night of Hanukkah with this menorah joint. 🕯️🍃

12/07/2018
MC Flow

MC Flow

Making latkes for Hanukkah? Don't forget the most important ingredient...WEED! It's totally kosher! Put POT IN THE LATKES friends, and enjoy this high-larious video from rapper MC Flow and director Sharisse Coulter.

ARE YOU SURE IT ISN'T 115 TIMES?  LOL PLEASE RE-CHECK YOUR DATA. THANKS.
12/03/2018
GreenNurse Group

ARE YOU SURE IT ISN'T 115 TIMES? LOL PLEASE RE-CHECK YOUR DATA. THANKS.

A 2015 study, published in the journal, ‘Scientific Reports,’ suggests that smoking cannabis is roughly 114 times safer than drinking alcohol. Ironically, out of all the drugs that were researched in the study, alcohol was actually the most dangerous, and it was the only legal drug on the list.

Long-Lost Writings of Malcolm X Find a Home in Harlem
07/28/2018
Long-Lost Writings of Malcolm X Find a Home in Harlem

Long-Lost Writings of Malcolm X Find a Home in Harlem

At a Manhattan auction house on Thursday, a missing chapter from Malcolm X’s autobiography, as well as a manuscript for the book containing notes exchanged between Malcolm X and his collaborator, Alex Haley, were sold to one of the country’s foremost institutions chronicling the African diaspora...

07/04/2018
Patriot's Heart- Cristina Starr

Happy 4th of July Everyone Mike and Crissy

Patriot's Heart If you want to see something patriotic there's a stripper He don't look that good, but he's got an All-American smile That fills his underwea...

07/02/2018

Happy July everyone

Cancer Institute Finally Admits Marijuana Kills Cancer
06/05/2018
Cancer Institute Finally Admits Marijuana Kills Cancer

Cancer Institute Finally Admits Marijuana Kills Cancer

Cancer kills nearly 600,000 Americans per year. And this year alone, over 1.6 million people will be diagnosed. So much time and research has gone into the cure of cancer in the last few decades. Y…

06/04/2018
NowThis Politics

Happy Gay Pride Month

‘We were wrong. We apologize. I am sorry. We are sorry.’ — Justin Trudeau’s apology to the Canadian LGBTQ+ community will move you to tears

05/17/2018
IJR Blue Presents

IJR Blue Presents

Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) slammed Donald Trump in a fiery speech in Congress on Wednesday.

"The presidency is about the people ... and the people have a right to address this invidious discrimination emanating from the presidency."

Future Foresight
05/10/2018

Future Foresight

Futuristic Eco Friendly Apartment.

01/16/2018

Tomorrow I go before Federal Court for a pot charge. You might say, "what is the big deal?" well it's me and I was at Sandy Hook National Park with enough weed for maybe a joint locked in my trunk in a bag with my other AIDS meds. I even told them where it was when asked if I had anything illegal in my car. They impounded my car and threw me in jail for the night back in August. Tomorrow I face the music in Newark. The case has been adjourned twice. Wish me luck.

Quentin Crisp Archives
12/27/2017

Quentin Crisp Archives

AVOIDING CHRISTMAS
by Quentin Crisp

THE 25TH OF DECEMBER WAS THE DAY on which I was born, but that's not the only thing I have against it. Personally, I never believed in Mr. Claus. At least I have no recollection whatsoever of any traumatic moment of disillusionment with the myth. When his name was finally scrubbed from the tedious list of people to whom I ought to be grateful and, worse, to whom I was compelled to write, I think I was relieved to be free of yet another part of that general collusion between children and parents by which all parties strive to keep alive the wilting hope that the young are guileless. Like most infants, I realized, even in my cradle, that an affectation of innocence was the best defense against the intrusion of the adult world.

I found the rituals of Christmas embarrassing. A week or two before the holiday, my father handed me a few shillings with which to buy a present for my mother and she gave me a somewhat larger sum to be lavished on gifts for the rest of the family. On Christmas morning everybody thanked me for whatever I had purchased for him or her. Who did they think they were kidding? I managed to lower my eyelids and simper but, secretly, I felt a hypocrite and a fool. I hated everyone present for placing me in this ludicrous position.

Even those people who, unlike me, distribute seasonal goodwill as though it were confetti seem, deep down, to find December the cruelest month. My sister, for instance, was a good woman - possibly the last to survive in captivity. Toward the end of every year she dutifully dispatched to friends and relatives about 150 cards on which were printed fulsome phrases that, in a thousand years, she could never have brought herself to write by hand. I can only hope that these missives gave pleasure to their recipients; to her they only resulted in subsequent anguish. As reciprocating communications began to arrive, upon opening them she uttered not squeaks of delight but cries as though she had been shot. ''Bruce and Margaret,'' she would exclaim. ''I forgot all about them,'' or, ''I thought they were dead.'' Other messages caused her not so much pain as bewilderment. These were cards signed, ''Love, T,'' or, ''As ever, J.'' On reading one of these ciphers, my poor sister would begin to scrabble, like a demented hamster, through heaps of envelopes, labels, wrapping paper in search of whatever had enclosed these messages from outer space, hoping to find some smudged postmark or anything at all that would provide a clue to the sender's identity.

Having witnessed for many years this sad confusion, I try at Christmas time to carry on as though nothing unpleasant were happening. It is a method of dealing with this yearly problem that I recommend to everyone. If you send no cards, dispatch no gifts, you will only have about four years of embarrassment to endure. After that you will be free. If anyone still sends you Yuletide greetings, it can be assumed that he is doing so in order to annoy you. You will still have one other difficulty with which to deal - annual tips - but that is graver in Britain than in the United States. There, the 26th of December is known as Boxing Day. This is not a time set aside, as you might have hoped, for expressing your dyspeptic aggression by punching someone in the face; it is the day when members of the working class (now known as the striking class) used, in happier times, to call on the rich with money boxes into which it was expected that largess would be poured. This period, though its original function has long since become obsolete, has remained, like Christmas Day, a public holiday. If it occurs near a weekend, you are likely to get stuck with four consecutive days on which all your local shops seize the opportunity to shut. Then, whatever your true feelings about conviviality, you may have to be nice to somebody in order to get a square meal. You may even find yourself wearing a paper hat, pulling crackers and crawling on the floor with other people's children.

I have grown out of my natural misanthropy, but this does not much alter my original aversion to Christmas. It is a universal law that those of us who actually like our fellow men attend very few parties; that people who enjoy their work do not long for public holidays, and that those of us who are happy have little need of festivity.

No New Yorker in his right mind (except Mr. Berlin) dreams of a white Christmas. Within an hour of a real snowstorm, the much-admired whiteness has inevitably become a dim gray. Within a day, the world will have been made fit for motorists to drive in, but pedestrians will find it impossible to cross from one side to the other of any street in the city unless they are equipped with mountaineering gear.

Nevertheless, now that I think of Mr. Claus not as a ghost from my embarrassing childhood but as an actor enjoying his part in a costume drama, if the winter is brisk rather than bitter, if there are only a few well-placed snowflakes, I find it possible to enjoy the scene. It looks best at dusk when the shop windows are orange and the sky glows violet and the leafless trees blossom with electric buds. Then, for a moment, one can believe, if not in universal peace and goodwill, at least in a temporary suspension of hostilities.

November 15, 1987, The New York Times

(photo by Rose Hartman, 1994)

12/21/2017
Rebel HQ

Rebel HQ

Nomiki GOES OFF At DNC Unity Reform Meeting

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12/21/2017
Jimi Hendrix - Little Drummer Boy (with Choir)

Jimi Hendrix - Little Drummer Boy (with Choir)

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11/13/2017
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