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By Christopher R Rice

I was going to write something today but when I looked at the last article that I published here it only got 55 hits. That's after I personally posted it to the world wide web, Google+, Facebook, Twitter and Reddit. I guess that what I write isn't worth reading? There's no comments and my Paypal account is empty too. Guess what I do/say isn't worth a damn, so why bother? So, today I didn't write something, there's no point, enjoy. Maybe it'll be better this way, you can go back to dealing with the cops and the government on your own and I'll keep this info to myself and go back to enjoying my life. Much Love -Chris

Jeez Chris with these numbers you couldn't even take over a Taco Bell. How ya' ever going to arrest the Prez? Chris is going to the beach, teach ya'll how to make salt.

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By Christopher R Rice

Grab the Prozac and TP, it's about to get real shi**y. Can't say that on Blogger ya' kno'. Here come the word police. Scrub, scrub, scrub.

I don't usually get to talk about shi* like this without being accused of being some tinfoil hat. But UC Davis paid how much to scrub, scrub, scrub the net? Remember all that pepper spray in your children's little faces?

Scrub, scrub, scrub, this wasn't the first time. Scrub, scrub, scrub. Won't be the last.

Last year Blogger told its user to get rid of the nudity on their sites or find another host. Bloggers revolted and Google who owns Blogger backed down, allowing users to keep nudity on the Blogger platform. But that wasn't the end of the story though, oh no. Here it comes, scrub, scrub, scrub.

Google unleashed AdSense, Googles company that pays bloggers a penny every time one of Googles ads are clicked. Google made $66 billion in 2015 from these same ads. So starting in 2016 any one with …

BREAKING NEWZ: War on America

By Christopher R Rice

For years Americans have lined up at Indian casinos. As of 2011, there were 460 gambling operations run by 240 tribes, with total annual revenue of $27 billion. Most Americans believed those profits went to starving tribes. Now we're leaning that money was used to buy nuclear weapons from India.

This morning Chief TakeNoBull announced that those nuclear bombs would be dropped on American cities unless every "white man" / European (meaning Americans) left America and returned to Europe.

Obama held an emergency meeting with Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene. After careful review of the situation the White House announced: "if we don't leave, we can't stop the bombs from falling. And the casualties would be in the millions." Evacuations are under way. 

After Obama consulted with our top generals he contacted his European counter parts who let him know in no uncertain terms that Americans would not be welcomed or tolerated. Europe is already inun…

Cultural Appropriation

By Ellie Krupnick

We've never had more style inspiration at our fingertips, thanks to that wonderfully unsexy tool called the Internet. But inspiration, the fashion industry has found, can be a tricky thing, often veering into cultural appropriation.

It doesn't have to be that way, however, and Zendaya is just one celebrity who's helping us understand that. The 18-year-old singer, who has had to explain the cultural significance of her own looks before, recently said to Nylon:

"You can go about it as cultural appreciation or cultural appropriation."

The key to that distinction, she said, is understanding the meaning behind an item. "You have to be very careful. Some things are really sacred and important to other cultures, so you have to be aware, politically, about those things before you just adopt them."

That means making an effort to learn before you wear.

"Appropriating" often means overlooking history. At its core, cultural appropriation…