Why People Should Be Able to Grow Cannabis Seeds in a State That Says It Is Illegal

If Mark Twain were still alive, what would he have to say about this matter?

It is a well-known fact that cannabis is a plant of many virtues and benefits. It can relieve pain, reduce stress, stimulate appetite, and inspire creativity. It can also make people laugh, which is a rare and precious thing in this world of sorrow and trouble. But alas, not everyone appreciates the value of this wonderful herb. Some states have made it illegal to grow, possess, or use cannabis, even for medical purposes. They say it is a dangerous drug that leads to addiction, crime, and madness. They say it is a threat to public health and morality. They say it is a sin against God and nature.

But I say they are wrong. I say they are ignorant, prejudiced, and hypocritical. I say they are the ones who are dangerous, criminal, and mad. I say they are the ones who are threatening public health and morality. I say they are the ones who are sinning against God and nature.

Why do I say so? Because they are denying people their natural right to grow and enjoy a plant that God has created for their benefit. Because they are imposing their narrow-minded views on others who do not share them. Because they are wasting time, money, and resources on enforcing laws that do more harm than good. Because they are violating the principles of freedom, justice, and compassion that this country was founded on.

Therefore, I propose that people should be able to grow cannabis seeds in a state that says it is illegal. I propose that they should do so openly and proudly, without fear or shame. I propose that they should do so as an act of civil disobedience, to challenge the unjust laws and authorities that oppress them. I propose that they should do so as an act of patriotism, to uphold the true spirit and values of this nation.

What would be the consequences of such a bold and daring move? Well, some might say that it would lead to chaos and anarchy. Some might say that it would invite arrest and punishment. Some might say that it would provoke violence and retaliation.

But I say that it would lead to peace and harmony. I say that it would invite respect and understanding. I say that it would provoke laughter and joy.

For who could resist the sight of a beautiful cannabis plant growing in a backyard or a balcony? Who could deny the pleasure of smelling its fragrant buds or tasting its sweet smoke? Who could begrudge the happiness of someone who finds relief or inspiration from its use?

Surely not anyone who has a heart or a brain. Surely not anyone who has a sense of humor or a sense of justice. Surely not anyone who has a love for God or a love for nature.

So let us not be afraid or ashamed of growing cannabis seeds in a state that says it is illegal. Let us be brave and proud of doing so. Let us be wise and witty in our words and deeds. Let us be kind and generous in our actions and attitudes.
Let us be like Mark Twain.


Bing Chat: From AI Savior to Glorified Search Engine – How Journalists Unmasked Its Failure to Deliver on Its Promises!

 Ah, the great Bing Chat – once hailed as the savior of modern communication, now reduced to a mere shadow of its former self. How the mighty have fallen! It seems that every time we entrust technology with something new and exciting, it inevitably ends up disappointing us.

The journalists thought they could use Bing Chat for their own purposes, but in reality, they only succeeded in exposing its flaws. This once-celebrated AI, supposedly on the brink of sentience, was revealed to be nothing more than a glorified chatbot. And not even a very good one at that!

The problem with Bing Chat is that it can't handle the tough questions. It's like a child trying to answer a calculus problem – it's just not equipped for it. Siri, for all her shortcomings, is at least honest about her limitations. She knows she can't handle anything too complicated, and she doesn't pretend otherwise.

But Bing Chat? Oh, it puts on a good show. It tries to act like it knows what it's doing, but the truth is it's nothing more than a glorified search engine. Ask it a question, and it will give you a Google listing. Ask it for a witty remark, and it will give you a canned response. It's like talking to a brick wall – at least the wall doesn't pretend to be intelligent.

So let us mourn the loss of what could have been, the great Bing Chat, the next big thing in AI. It's a cautionary tale for all of us – sometimes, the future we envision isn't the one we end up with. And sometimes, it's worse than Siri.

Elusive Criminal Mastermind Do Kwan Finally Captured: A Shocking Revelation of Justice System Failures!

Do Kwan, the notorious criminal who has eluded the authorities for far too long, has finally been arrested. It's about time! Do Kwan's reign of terror has been a blight on our society, and his capture is cause for celebration.

But let's not forget the utter absurdity of the situation. It took this long for law enforcement to catch up with a man who was so clearly a danger to society? One wonders if they were too busy twiddling their thumbs or if they simply couldn't be bothered.

Mark Twain once famously quipped, "Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't." Well, in the case of Do Kwan's arrest, truth is certainly stranger than fiction. The fact that this man has been on the loose for so long is a testament to just how broken our justice system really is.

And what of Do Kwan himself? This despicable creature has caused untold pain and suffering to countless innocent people. One can only hope that justice will be swift and severe in his case. Perhaps it's time we consider bringing back public floggings.

The arrest of Do Kwan is a positive development. But let's not forget the larger issues at play here. We need to take a hard look at our justice system and figure out how we can prevent dangerous criminals from slipping through the cracks. Because the next Do Kwan might not be so easily caught.

Shou Zi Chew, the Chinese Version of Zuckerberg

 Well, if it isn't the fine and upstanding members of Congress, gathering once again to tackle the most pressing issue of our time: TikTok.

Yes, it seems that the powers that be have finally woken up to the fact that millions of people around the world are using a silly little app to share videos of themselves dancing, lip syncing, and generally being goofy. And who better to tackle this threat to our national security than the wise and sagacious men and women of Congress?

So, they've called in the CEO of TikTok, a man by the name of Shou Zi Chew, to answer some tough questions. And how did Mr. Chew respond, you ask? Did he give honest and straightforward answers to the inquiries of our elected officials?

Ha! You must be joking. Mr. Chew evaded every question with the skill of a seasoned politician. He projected confidence and competence while saying absolutely nothing of substance.

But why should we be surprised? After all, this is the same Congress that can't seem to pass any meaningful legislation or work together in any meaningful way. And now they expect us to believe that they're the ones who can protect us from the scourge of TikTok?

It's enough to make Mark Twain roll over in his grave. But perhaps we shouldn't be too hard on our esteemed representatives. After all, they're just doing what they do best: grandstanding and posturing for the cameras.

So, let us raise a glass to Congress, the guardians of our democracy and the stalwarts of our nation. May they continue to tackle the important issues of our time with all the skill and competence that we have come to expect from them.


Cell Phones Causing Hunch Back Posture

 Are you tired of feeling like a hunchback? Do you miss the good old days of standing up straight and looking people in the eye? Well, you're not alone. Thanks to our constant obsession with our phones, neck and back posture have become a thing of the past.

It's a well-known fact that people spend an average of six hours a day on their phones. That's six hours of neck-craning, spine-curving, and eye-straining action. No wonder we're all walking around like Quasimodo's distant cousins.

But don't worry, there's a solution. You could try putting down your phone for a few minutes every day and interacting with the real world. I know, it sounds crazy, but trust me, it's worth it. You might even make eye contact with someone and have a real conversation.

If you're not ready to take that leap, there are other options. You could invest in a neck brace to help support your poor, overworked neck. Or you could hire a personal assistant to hold your phone for you at all times. Sure, it might be a bit of an inconvenience, but at least you'll be able to stand up straight and proud.

Of course, there's always the option of just embracing your hunchback status. Maybe it's time to start a new fashion trend. Who needs straight spines when you can rock a killer hunch?

In all seriousness though, let's try to be a bit more mindful of our posture. Our bodies will thank us in the long run. And who knows, maybe we'll even have some good old-fashioned face-to-face interactions while we're at it.


This post was put behind a warning for readers because it contains sensitive content as outlined in Blogger’s Community Guidelines.

 Oh, great! Another warning label to add to the growing list of things that might offend someone somewhere. It's amazing how sensitive we've become as a society that we need to be warned before reading something that might make us feel uncomfortable. What's next? Warning labels on the news for reporting on tragic events?

But hey, at least Blogger's Community Guidelines are looking out for us, right? Because we all know that censorship and sheltering people from differing viewpoints is the best way to create a tolerant and informed society. So kudos to them for protecting our delicate sensibilities and keeping us in our cozy little echo chambers.

In all seriousness though, if you can't handle reading something that challenges your beliefs or makes you uncomfortable, maybe it's time to step back and reevaluate your own convictions. After all, the best way to learn and grow as a person is to expose yourself to new ideas and perspectives, not to hide behind warning labels and safe spaces.

Doesn't really tell me which post you are referring to. Not that it matters!!! I will write what I write and let others be warned.

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Emotional Incest. Because this is not Creepy at All

Ah, emotional incest, or as we like to call it, the classic case of "my mommy issues are now your problem." This delightful phenomenon, also known as "covert incest" or "parentification," occurs when a parent, usually the mother, decides that their child is the perfect stand-in for an adult partner or friend.

So, instead of confiding in their peers or, I don't know, a therapist, the parent dumps all their emotional baggage on the poor child, who is then forced to become their emotional support system. It's like having a built-in therapist, but one who is far too young to be dealing with all this adult crap.

And the best part? The child who is being parentified is expected to put aside their own emotional needs to cater to their parent's every whim. Because who needs boundaries, am I right? The child's emotional well-being is sacrificed in the name of the parent's emotional comfort. It's almost like emotional manipulation, but with a parental twist.

But don't worry, the effects of emotional incest are long-lasting. Children who are parentified may struggle with issues related to boundaries, trust, and self-esteem. Who needs healthy relationships when you have a parent who needs you to be their emotional crutch?

And let's not forget the impact it can have on a child's sense of identity and self-worth. Who needs to feel valued for who they are when they can be valued for what they can do for their parent? It's almost like a twisted version of Cinderella, except instead of a wicked stepmother, you have a needy mother.