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So, here's the disclaimer... Not everyone can handle all that is me. One might think they can, but there's a chance one may also find they cannot. I am the mind of a man who can't control his thoughts, as they are consistently rampant. I am the pacing mind, the raging mind, the crazy mind, and the every once in awhile complacent mind behind the bright eyes along with the man's smile. It is my strong belief that such complacency is only hindered by an unbalanced endocannabinoid system. That complacency is also hindered by the mere thought that nature's answer to the human need for cannabinoid balance is considered illegal in most of the world, like nature made a mistake. I am a thinker, an analyst, and an observer. I believe knowledge is the ultimate power of which one can attain. I believe strongly in standing firm when my knowledge is challenged when that knowledge has been confirmed more than once. I know that one cannot believe all they find on the Internet, but I also believe the Internet has much knowledge to acquire once you learn which sources can be trusted. I believe highly in trust and respect, so, if one breaks my trust, then one loses my respect with a 1:1M chance of getting it back. I am a lover, a poet, and a nymphomaniac, but a woman can't expect me to worship her as my queen if she doesn't treat me like her king. I also believe in the right to free speech in all forms of art and literature, and that censorship is the responsibility of parents. I strongly advocate for the FULL RE-LEGALIZATION of Cannabis Sativa L., a plant of which has far too long been forbidden by the United States government, as well as throughout most of the world, and I also strongly advocate for the world over to learn everything they can about it because of all it can do for us. Furthermore, when I say re-legalization, I mean repeal of all prohibition laws, regulations, and/or restrictions worldwide, because they are not needed since cannabis has never caused death to anyone using it through of any of its forms, and re-introducing it into the economy (as it was prior to 1937) would generate billions of dollars in tax revenue through standard sales and income taxes already in place within our system.

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