Monday, March 20, 2006

3/20/06 Mr. Belding is on the Phone

I was seriously going to keep this a secret. And one of you was going to get a surprise birthday call. Instead, it's going public. Have a C-list Hollywood celebrity make a birthday phone call for $20.

While we're not keeping secrets... It's not too early to start shopping for Father's Day.

More unnecessary censorship.

If you're into juvenile humor like I am, you might enjoy these baseball headlines.
  • A-Rod to hit in 2-hole
  • Pujols opens with two hits
  • White Sox pound on the Unit
  • Angels have interest in Big Unit

My anonymous hemp friend from yesterday and I agreed that wasn't a great source for the history of hemp. So, these sites have been offered instead:


"Cannabis generally has little THC. of the 1.54 billion cannabis plants destroyed by U.S. drug agents from 1993 to 1997, only 14 million plants were marijuana. The other 99.1% were low THC hemp that grows wild."


"From 1901 to 1937, the U.S. Department of Agriculture repeatedly predicted that hemp was on the verge of becoming America's number one farm crop. In fact, in 1938, Popular Mechanics ran an article entitled "The New Billion Dollar Crop," predicting a bright future for the hemp plant. In the same year, Mechanical Engineering Magazine called hemp "The most profitable and desirable crop that can be grown."


"Hemp is among the oldest industries on the planet, going back more than 10,000 years to the beginnings of pottery. The Columbia History of the World states that the oldest relic of human industry is a bit of hemp fabric dating back to approximately 8,000 BC. "

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