Medicine from a plant! Damn, what a concept!
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The active ingredient of Aspirin was first discovered from the bark of the willow tree in 1763 by Edward Stone of Wadham College, Oxford University. He had discovered salicylic acid, the active metabolite of aspirin.
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More slop from Dorian..... from the title, through to the "conclusion" its full of errors, laziness, and outright lies.
Well folks, its about time somebody over at the faux newspaper cum Add Rag responded...
Here's a bit from the person "responsible" for reporting on medical cannabis, code enforcement et al:
Herb Folks I GOT YOUR ATTENTION! good. Now, before I read whatever you have to say (eYe and I WILL read it later), are you prepared to do your job? Do you need help, or do you have enough information (and incentive) to excel? Bless you & om out (for now).
No hard feelings, I am a bit brutish when defending my folks, I am but a simple old herb lover after all, a human.
Four Attorney's Shillin' For Who?
The UT posted this fluff piece about folks we call lawyer-liars, three years ago. The (the UT staff and editor) did not question their qualifications, or dig into their backgrounds. More UT-Tripe, the way we herb folks see it.
The thousands of sick and dying folks in this garrison town deserve better reporting, better treatment, than this junk the Main-Street-Media hustle for their corporate masters. We answer to a higher power, so, help us god.
October 2, 2014 update
Its coming together. Or is it? John Nobel, Randy Welty, and Craig Beresh have been involved in ongoing ‘weed’ related businesses at 936 Garnet and beyond, ad infinitum. The game continues. I dropped in and lo and behold, legal documents from the local government are plastered all over the front door. Stuff nobody reads or cares about. Naming names. Get a clue, Dorian! What do your masters pay you for anyway, get off your ass and drive over to the locations you “report on” so tamely. Grow a pair or resign, dude.
The San Diego City Council will take another stab at establishing regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries in San Diego at its Feb. 25 meeting, Interim Mayor Todd Gloria said at a media briefing Thursday.
Since the 2011 medical marijuana ordinance was repealed, dispensary and collective owners have operated in secret.
HFN Editors note: the title is misleading, in the extreme.
Its absolute PROOF the "media" are either bought and paid for (see the adds running in this "news publication" available everywhere in the county). Or is it a simple case the Main-Street-Media are just really really ignorant and lazy, those working for the man to produce slop like this from Dorian Hargrove?
The result is the same in either case, some can buy and sell cannabis, and some can't, and the dance goes on.
...And I effing quote:
Finding the shops, however, isn't as easy as it once was. Land-development investigators have been forced to log on to popular internet sites such as Yelp! for clues. That was the case in October of last year for Mari-Medic Farmacy and Medicated, both in Pacific Beach, as well as for Azizyan and his PB Collective.
Medicinal marijuana advocates contend that smoking pot helps relieve pain and alleviate nausea. British drug company GW Pharmaceuticals (GWP:LN) is betting that medicine made from cannabis can also treat maladies as diverse as diabetes, colitis, and epilepsy.
Delahunt, colleagues won’t run operations; little-known director brought in
...but the man in charge of cultivation, and his experience, is something of an enigma.
Avis Bulbulyan has “cultivated commercial medicinal marijuana in California since 2008 for dispensaries in San Diego and Los Angeles,” according to the firm’s application, which omits names of those companies.
It also says Bulbulyan was a cultivation instructor for three Los Angeles area dispensaries, but does not name them.
Delahunt’s chief financial officer, Jonathan Herlihy, said he was unable to recall the names of the companies during an interview this week and did not provide the Globe a copy of Bulbulyan’s resume, despite several requests.
Attempts to reach Bulbulyan were unsuccessful.
To limit number, places, and quantities sold
Nearly three years after city councilmembers repealed San Diego's first medical marijuana ordinance instead of placing it on the ballot, a new ordinance has finally made its way back to the dais. The council will discuss the ordinance at a February 25 hearing.
...code-enforcement officers will continue their search using the internet and other tools for dispensaries operating without permits. So far, that search has resulted in the closure of numerous dispensaries as well as two new lawsuits from the city attorney's office.
HFN editor's note: this story is weak, as far as it goes, and really really stale in other places..... for example, the "two new lawsuits" nonsense; this is both a lie and lousy reporting. Get off your butt Dorian Hargrove, drive over to 841 Turquoise, and write an honorable accurate and CURRENT piece about medical cannabis in the DMZ. Or shut up.
The same goes for whoever is "doing the internet searches" to identify herb shops slingin' in our fine city. Any moron can find a bunch of them open, (without explanation), from driving around, reading the San Diego Reader's numerous weekly (gross) adds, or, wtf, going on weedmaps for five minutes. what kind of reporting is this? San Diego City Beat has lots of adds for herb shops as well, so who is Dorian trying to zoom with this slop?
The fact is there is NO OTHER ACTUAL reporting in the county now known as New Berlin, besides us, the Herb Folks Nation.
Its been eleven years since the Medical Cannabis Task Force convened, which went nowhere, by design. Then the Medical Marijuana Task Force convened, in 2009, with criminals on it "speaking for mmj patients"; Kim Twolan does not speak for medical cannabis patients, she SELLS for profit, still, as she did when she was nominated to the MMTF by Marti Emerald in 2009. This is a shell game, Dorian, get a clue.
Code enforcement officers are a silly distraction, in point of fact, nobody is authorized to sell medical cannabis anywhere in San Diego, according to the city itself. Yet Patient Med-Aid is still open, months after being told to close down immediately as a result of failing a "code enforcement" inspection late last summer? What deals were made in secret to allow them to stay open?
Discussion of code enforcement is a scam, its all a scam, why else is there a 24 hour "dispensary" in PB? Why else is Kim Twolan's "Mother Earth" still selling "mmj" in plain site? What other reason could there be other than WE ARE BEING ZOOMED!