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Posted by GEORGIO BROWN on Saturday, April 25, 2015

ampliI've come to Trenton the State capitol for 20 years, to protest and utilize state services but I never lived in Trenton hopefully that will be changing ASAP. I'm looking for a little spot to call home; I've been living at my mom's house for the last year and a half since coming back from California. But this past year I've mingled, smoked and smoozed with hundreds of Trentonian's. I don't know what it is about TRENTON but I'm loving it to the point I'm attempting to live and open a business here.

Read more: CC# 40 - I’m loving TRENTON, hating the politics of racism

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statehouse doobieI have a dilemma: Good Troopers


In these times of altercations recorded on cell phone cameras and Internet hashtag campaigns against police abuse, I have a different dilemma: I can't commend the good officers for fear of getting them in trouble. I'm now being treated very well by New Jersey police—and I can't really write about it because I don't want to screw them up. I want good cops to prosper and weed out (pun intended) the bad ones.

Read more: CC#39 - My Delimma GOOD TROOPERS

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christie orange sweaterChris Christie: "I will crack down and not permit legal marijuana as president." With those words THE GOV ended his presidential bid before it started, but he doesn't even know it—yet. Blinded by his conservative, irrational, out-of-touch Reefer Madness mentality, he doomed his own national political ambitions on The Hugh Hewitt Show with that nail-in-the-coffin statement. An analogy would be if the governor of Massachusetts started claiming there are witches in Salem—he would be a laughing stock, too. In conjunction with last week's NJweedman inspired "blood money" comments and this week's televised vow to undermine the will of voters in several states and the District of Columbia, who voted to legalize marijuana, he has made himself unelectable on the national level. Christie actually said if he became president he would enforce federal marijuana laws. Dumbass—watch the army of stoners who will appear in Denver on 4/20.

Read more: CC#38 - THE CHRISTIE is now a laughing stock

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NJWEEDMAN vs THE CHRISTIE

njweedman twinkieTHE CHRISTIE has had a bad spell—last week he made headlines by calling marijuana legalization and herb taxes “BLOOD MONEY.” It’s set in stone that Gov. Chris Christie does not like marijuana and is one of those fools who really believes the Reefer Madness lies of the 1930s—no surprise there. He was confronted by a teacher and that encounter went viral, a state judge is questioning his pension plans, and his cronyism with the Wall Street bankers has been exposed as a nearly 1 billion dollar CASH COW featured on the nationally televised show THE YOUNG TURKS ( http://tinyurl.com/turk-cow).

Read more: CC#37 - PASSING THE JOINT: CHRISTIE vs NJWEEDMAN

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1. HYPOCRITE OF THE YOUNG YEAR: JON-HENRY BARR, ESQ.

jon-barrLast week another 404 New Jersey citizens were prosecuted by the cohorts of Jon-Henry Barr (732-340-0600), president of the NJ Municipal Prosecutor’s Association, five weeks after he’d said: “As a municipal prosecutor, I have had to waste countless taxpayer dollars and hours of police officers’ time to prosecute New Jerseyans… The savings that will be realized will dwarf any drawbacks.” What hypocrisy! He could end this evil persecution of citizens for a plant by simply refusing to prosecute anyone else. It’s a simple solution, if he were truthful.

Each year 21,000 New Jerseyans are arrested for marijuana. This averages out to 404 persons a week, and 2,020 since Barr made that statement. The reason this still happens: Lawyers treat marijuana laws like a Cannabis Cash Cow, and they’re milking it—filling the coffers of their law firms and the municipality they fleece the public for, while people like me who’ve been victims of this Heifer want to slit its throat—to quote my stalker (more on that later).

Again: Mr. Barr, if I were in your position I’d call for a statewide vote of all municipal prosecutors about ending criminal marijuana prosecutions as well as rebuke Gov. Christie’s vow not to legalize on his watch. Mr. Barr—you don’t need a law, you can do it. Please wash the real “BLOOD MONEY” off your hands that you create with your continued persecutory prosecutions of us.

Read more:   CC#36 - 4.20