Potent satire, comedy, and all things satirical in the marijuana sphere.
Why would you use time travel to kill baby Hitler..?
Note: AI is used for assistance in this article In a charming hotel meeting room adorned with an array of whimsically scattered clocks, the scene was set for a conversation that transcended the bounds of time itself. Standing before the peculiar display was none other than James Gleick, the author of the captivating book, "Time Travel: A History." Among the myriad enigmas of time travel, one question loomed larger than the rest: Would Gleick, a scholar of temporal exploration, journey back in time to eliminate the nascent threat of baby Hitler? The query appeared deceptively straightforward, yet Gleick's response held a tantalizing air of uncertainty, a hint of complexity concealed beneath its surface.
Unraveling the Green Enigma: My Unexpected Journey into the World of Cannabis
As a writer, I've always believed that the best way to know me is through my words. So, let me tell you a story about a time that changed my life forever, a time when I had a profound realization about a rather controversial plant - cannabis.
Revolution is the Only Answer
Everything is changing nowadays; the climate, politics, the way we talk to each other, etc. There is constant emotional and physical turmoil happening in the world right now, and it is time we really address it. People are dying, as always, but in unacceptable ways. Those who are supposed to protect us are destroying us. What are we going to do about it?
Navigating the Office Jungle
Navigating the Office Jungle: Surviving Workplace Politics with Wit and Humor" explores the challenges of office politics and how humor can serve as a valuable tool to navigate these dynamics. By embracing the absurdity, using self-deprecating humor, cultivating positive relationships, addressing conflicts with wit, fostering a playful work culture, employing satire, and laughing at ourselves, individuals can thrive amidst workplace politics. This blog highlights the power of humor to diffuse tension, encourage open communication, and foster a more positive and productive work environment. With wit and humor as allies, readers are equipped with strategies to navigate the office jungle with resilience and grace.
Changing the Fashion Industry:
The fashion industry is one of the largest and most influential industries in the world, but it also has a significant environmental and social impact. As consumers become more aware of the negative impact that fast fashion can have on the environment and the people who make our clothes, there has been a growing demand for ethical and sustainable fashion. This shift towards a more responsible approach to fashion has been gaining momentum in recent years, with more and more brands committing to reducing their environmental footprint and treating their workers fairly. In this post, we'll explore the rise of ethical and sustainable fashion, its impact on the industry, and what you can do to support this movement. Whether you're a fashion enthusiast or simply looking for ways to make more conscious choices in your everyday life, this post is a must-read.
Potent: The Ultimate Platform for Cannabis Enthusiasts.
Potent is a digital platform that is dedicated to exploring and celebrating marijuana culture and the wider cannabis lifestyle. This dynamic online hub provides a wealth of resources and information for enthusiasts, with a focus on everything from growing your own bud, to purchasing paraphernalia, trying out new products, and enjoying the best in cannabis-themed TV, movies, and books.
there was a disconnect. no one seemed to see or know my best friend but me. the therapist said it’s schizophrenia. I asked my therapist how she knew she wasn’t hallucinating me.
Mother Nature's Flower vs. Devil's Lettuce
Just as quickly as I was able to let the words spill out for the first article on the topic of Mother Nature's flower vs. devil's lettuce, I am just as quickly returning with a re-thought. Not a retraction; I do believe there is matter that should be minded in the first article.
Libertarian God Questions the Need for so Many Natural Laws
God, creator of all things, the all knowing and all powerful one, shook the universe today when he/she/it questioned the need for so many natural laws. "We have too many laws already" complained the suddenly libertarian leaning God bitterly. "If I want to be in two non coextensive places at the same time, I should be able to be. And why does a thing have to be identical with itself? Why can't it be something different? Moreover, If I want something to be both bigger and larger than another thing I should be able to make it that way. I mean, I am God, right? Right? I say it's time for another way. This universe is being crushed under the weight of too many God damn laws already. Pardon my cursing but dammit I am really annoyed at the moment. It's getting so a guy can hardly breathe without some new law telling him exactly how much air and for exactly how long without the air police coming to his house to write him a ticket and fine him for daring to take a breath at all. It's bullshit is what it is, and wouldn't you know it, guess who is leading the way down this road to tyranny? Surprise, surprise, it's our good friends and step parent wanna be's, the ultimate nanny state, California. They have laws covering every God damn thing. At some point we just have to trust that people are able to make decisions for themselves and they don't need big government or God or anyone telling them how to do it." said a visibly angry God as dark storm clouds swirled around his unbearably bright visage. After a brief pause of just 10,000 years God continued "Yes, we all know (perennial libertarian presidential candidate) Ron Paul is a kook and would make a terrible president but at least he has the right idea when it comes to personal responsibility and the dangers of big government. Even the internet, which was once a place of freedom of expression and a beacon of openness has morphed into a modern day electronic mom. Look no further than Vocal.media, a two bit website with about as many views as a dinner menu in a home for the blind. Their so called community standards and outlandishly stupid 600 word count minimum policies are just two examples of big government, big brotherism run amok." God concluded sadly. With that he turned from the podium bowed his infinitely large head, and walked away.
The Magpie and the Peacock
by: Dennis R. Humphreys (an allegory) The magpie and the peacock, on occasion, ran into each other. They weren't friends, but often they would get into discussions that lasted all day long, giving you the impression they were. They had one discussion that constantly turned into an argument leaving each of them angered at the other.
Dissolving Night: A True-Enough Tale
The day of the art walk was an odd pleasant one, and I strolled with abandon beneath the swirly painting of the Midwestern sky, a heart full of beauty and a head full of acid. I can't recommend the psychedelic addendum enough, as it complements the experience magnificently - as you browse the exhibits you'll find that you understand everything, even things that perhaps weren't intentional parts of said exhibits. You'll even be positioned to understand the patrons, those amateur art critics massaging their chins and tossing out the odd remark about contrast or symbolism in an effort to justify all the free wine and snacks they've been cadging. Consciousness being an illusion that the artist manipulates, those people are more a part of the exhibit than an audience, and you can appreciate them as the artist intended.
Did you know that they can spray a distance of 3.5 miles? You wonder why you smell skunk in the house, especially at night. These nocturnal creatures do some of their best work in the evening, and usually the stronger the smell , most likely they are close by. But don't forget to rule out other possibilities, like a natural gas leak. Considering it was early in the morning, and my home is electric, I didn't believe it was a gas leak. Waking up @ 6:30am to begin my day, overwhelmed by the smell of skunk. I panicked thinking that this uninvited guest had inhabited my attic. It didn't seem unlikely, as a bat had taken up residency a few months before. The offensive olfactory odor, was strongest upstairs , as I proved running downstairs, outside to the front and the back of the house, and smelled.....NOTHING!!!. I came back in the house, into the restroom to continue my morning prep routine. As I sat there thinking about HOW a skunk could get into the house, I called upon social media. Some stories indicate that skunks are not the best climbers, yet others indicate that attics and basements are ideal places for them to hide, because they provide shelter from predators. But something stuck out in my memory, that just 2 days before, while driving I noted a dead skunk on the road and the smell gave me an instant headache, as he probably sprayed right before his demise. The odor in my house DID NOT give me that same kind of headache.