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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The Big Lebowski 2 is confirmed for 2015

It's not video game news, however this is huge news for the culture. The sequel to the 1998 cult classic The Big Lebowski will begin filming sometime this October, and die hard fans of the first film can't wait.

"The Dude" returns with his bowling partner Walter, and this time their on a quest to save the bowling alley from being turned into a parking garage.

Jeff Bridges and John Goodman return as America's favorite bowlers, The Dude and Walter Sobchak. They receive the bad news that their bowling alley will be closing in a week to make room for a parking garage. The garage is being erected by the corrupt land owner Bavarian Illuminati played by Bill Murray.

Walter and The Dude team up with bowling enemy Jesus Quintana (John Turturro) to head to Washington to seek out The Dude’s only son Mark Lebowski (Jesse Eisenberg) to get help saving their bowling alley. Mark Lebowski is the youngest congressman in the history of the United States at 18-years-old, and he's not so quick to help dad with his dilemma tho. Continue Reading...

Monday, June 11, 2012

Tommy Chong to treat cancer with cannabis oil

Actor, activist and comedian Tommy Chong has annouced he has stage one cancer. He plans to of course treat his condition with cannabis.

Star of the famous comedy group Cheech & Chong, 74-year-old Tommy Chong has fought for marijuana rights for decades. Now the comedian sadly has one more reason to continue fighting for the legalization of cannabis, he has been diagnosed with stage one prostate cancer.

"I've got prostate cancer, and I'm treating it with hemp oil, and with cannabis. So legalizing marijuana means more to me than just being able to smoke a joint without being arrested," he said.

In an interview with CNN Chong said he will be ingesting the cannabis oil because he no longer smokes marijuana. He also added he will be using it at night so he wouldn't be "Woozy" during the day.

During the three years he was of "Drugs", Chong began noticing health problems."I knew it had nothing to do with cannabis. Cannabis is a cure."

Tommy Chong to treat cancer with cannabis oil - Phoenix Cannabis Culture |

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Teenager turns in parents for marijuana

 A respected married couple was arrested for growing marijuana after their teenage son reports them to the police.

Are you aware of what your children are being taught in schools? Reports are showing that it's more then academics and P.E., our kids are literally being taught to spy and report in their parents.

News Flash 420 reported on public schools encouraging children to watch for criminal activity and suspicious behavior at home, and reported this and the addition of kids being taught to report their parents for using to much water and energy. This may seem unlikely, however the number of children turning in mom and dad is on the rise, and it's working as well as it did for the Nazi's.

Now one Pennsylvania couple finds out the hard way that there maybe some truth to these rumors. 45-year-old Caren Shanfield and her husband 49-year-old Francis Joseph Medvedik are facing charges of manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, criminal conspiracy and endangering the welfare of a child, after their 15-year-old son contacted police, NBC 10 News reported.

The teen reported to authorities that his parents were growing marijuana, he then invited police into their home and showed them the pot plants growing in the basement of their home. Police then arrested Shanfield and Medvedik on the drug charges and confiscated 18 pot plants and all the growing equipment. Neighbors are shocked.

"They're being painted as pot parents, they are not." neighbor Claire Kelly said.

Shanfield and Medvedik had no prior criminal record and were employed respectively as a chiropractor and a software engineer. The loving couple has five kids, friends and neighbors say they are excellent parents who are good providers and awesome neighbors. Now this one drug charge is about to end all of that. Their careers and child custody is now at stake over a non-harmful and nonaddictive recreational substance.

The couple was released on $100,000 bail and are expected in court June 8.

The prohibition of marijuana just might have taken two more valuable members of society, and turned them into two more criminals. Yay for the "War on Drugs" for taking two more respectful middle class people off the streets and bring them down to a crackheads level.

Teenager turns in parents for marijuana