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Death of a Sage

May 19, 2010

A person is arrested for violating marijuana laws every 38 seconds. While alcohol and tobacco kill over half a million people annually, marijuana has been shown to be a non-lethal substance with many medical benefits. Why then, is our government so stubborn about legalization? Happy reading.

Death of a Sage

envy etched everywhere on the modern wall of intemperance. adam and eve want sensimilia and the fever is endless. they feed their primal need to be free, to be released from december tension. old men fear what they do not understand, and bury it deep in a valley of misconceptions. but eve ate the apple despite authority’s warning, and so will we our forbidden fruit to eat. teens experiment dealers need green and the police need a reason to exert superiority, and so begins an endless war, this battle of the senseless. Two bull headed teams who never weep and never sleep, two armies of arch enemies trying to keeps the defenders edge. the red team is a legion of desperate men in hoods protecting every red cent they can get. the sky is the limit just as long as it renders them successful men. severe cement revenge bleeds for green and they don’t feel an ounce of regret as the agent’s chest clenches at the steel bellied serpent. what have we done to sever the sympathy of these men? we misled the people about a harmless weed, a healing herb made of serenity energy. the blue team fabricated a heretical deceit and we never questioned it. instead made the d.e.a. and they lied through our communal teeth and choked out rebel yells with extreme persistence. we planted a seed to throw as many black vermen in the pen as we can manage. a cold breeze blows and I sing out the heavy melodies of don henley: desperado, why don’t you come to your senses, you’ve been out riding fences for so long now.

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