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 on: November 11, 2007, 02:14:44 pm 
Started by Two Pounds - Last post by Two Pounds
Hello to all

This is not spam but an invitation to enlightenment and enjoyment. I am looking for feedback from reasonable people on the story "Two Pounds".  Most have probably not heard of it yet but I believe it is a very relative and (does it sound pretentious?) important novel about the lifestyle that can be enjoyed in the counter culture of marijuana. A brief synopsis is as follows:
  It's the summer of 2002.. the 911 attacks of the autumn prior have most of North America, if not the world, concerned for their safety. That is, except for a group of young, dope smokin' Canadians who have to face their own repercussions of the now unleashed "War of Terror". Join a unique caste of characters through a toke-fueled, meaningful, exciting adventure as they wind their way through a story that is "hard to put down"...

Although written in 2002 it is prophetic in it's content as it also addresses the consequences of the ongoing "war of terror" . Anyway, should you wish to check it out it can be found at: . You can preview, download or purchase a hard copy there. (adult material) Thanks for reading my post - any and all feedback is greatly appreciated.

 on: November 07, 2007, 06:40:16 am 
Started by moe.brondum - Last post by happycowboy
gateway drug thats funny stuff he should be working for cbc .............but if you would like to know what i think is the gateway drug that every wants to skip right past is"alcohol"

 on: October 29, 2007, 04:29:06 pm 
Started by MissK - Last post by freedom
I just moved to Saskatoon from Chicago as well!


 on: October 29, 2007, 01:28:34 pm 
Started by saskabud - Last post by saskabud
Good luck in the election. I believe both Regina and Saskatoon have grown to the point where compassion clubs would be welcomed, and begin to grow community. I would suggest getting hold of the BCCCS at and organize two forums on medical marijuana. One at the U of S Regina and the other at the Saskatoon campus. There is a national network of Compassion Clubs across Canada that would be willing to assist. What I have seen is that everywhere they are located they immediately start saving lives by instituting harm reduction policies and compassion. The people of Saskatchewan deserve the opportunity to access this medicine.

 on: October 28, 2007, 07:02:06 pm 
Started by Whiskers - Last post by Tanya
Thanks for the suggestions.  We will take them into consideration.

 on: October 28, 2007, 02:30:31 pm 
Started by Whiskers - Last post by Whiskers
Nathan Holowaty                                  Saskatoon Centre

Mike Kereiff                                           Saskatoon Riversdale

Christine King                                        Saskatoon Nutana

Matt Oscienny                                       Saskatoon Meewasin

Tom Shapiro                                          Regina Coronation Park

I think the Candidates running in the election should each make a topic where people can ask them questions. This forum is packed with great information but right now it is moving very slow. I have knoticed each time I login there are atleast 4 guests also reading the forums. If these 5 candidates start posting in the forums we can bring these forums back to life. People will register just to ask them questions and many will stay.

This whole website should really be revamped. There needs to be a page of information on each candidate and how to contact them.  I also recommend releasing more youtube videos. The SaskNDP and the SaskParty both have video's on youtube and I believe the internet is one of the best places to find supporters for legalization of Marijuana. Its all about volunteers. The more each candidate can get on there side the more the message can get out there. However be careful who you let speak in behalf of the party.

Also try to demand to get into some debates. I dont know if its possible, in some places even the Liberals are not getting in on any of the debates. However it is worth a shot I think.  If your in Regina call "Access Communication" and go on there show "Talk of the Town" I can almost guarantee they would love to have you on there and I am sure somebody will watch it.

I dont have any more idea's for now. Good luck and get the message out there. I am not in any of the ridings that the SaskMP is running in however if you can think of a way for me to help you guys out anyway just ask.

 on: October 27, 2007, 08:50:10 pm 
Started by Sherry Ullrich - Last post by Tanya
I hope you are right. 

 on: October 27, 2007, 07:12:21 pm 
Started by Sherry Ullrich - Last post by Whiskers
"If you are referring to the infamous youtube videos, take note of the fact that there was a lot of yelling on both sides of the fence.  It is interesting to me that members of the SKMP are held up to a higher standard of behavior than the prohibitionists.  But hey, we are all about high standards."

Oh I know, I think the other side was a lot worse. However I would have really liked to see the SaskMP keep its cool a little better. Then even a  biased person may stop and go "wait a minute".

I am not in those ridings. So I couldent vote SaskMP if I wanted to. If I was in those ridings I would definitely meet the candidate and his "crew". I still would probably vote NDP unless I thought the NDP had no chance so I may as well show my support for legalization.

It also depends on what else the candidates are running on. There background in politics/the community ect. I am not against voting for a good independent candidate so I definitely would vote for a SaskMP if I seen they were serious about winning and running the province.

I think its great the SaskMP is running just to get the cause out in the open. We are at a point where the majority of the people support Legalization and are afraid to take a stand.

Marijuana will be legalized. We are getting closer each and every day.

 on: October 27, 2007, 03:13:15 pm 
Started by Sherry Ullrich - Last post by Tanya
If you are referring to the infamous youtube videos, take note of the fact that there was a lot of yelling on both sides of the fence.  It is interesting to me that members of the SKMP are held up to a higher standard of behavior than the prohibitionists.  But hey, we are all about high standards.   

Vote however you like, my friend.  It means a lot to me that every single voter in Saskatoon Centre, Saskatoon Nutana, Saskatoon Meewasin, Saskatoon Riversdale and Regina Coronation Park will see Saskatchewan Marijuana Party on the ballot.  Maybe people will stop by and check us out and wonder why a group of activists care enough about the pot laws to start our little party.

 on: October 26, 2007, 02:26:49 pm 
Started by Sherry Ullrich - Last post by Whiskers
"Calvert pointed out legalization or decriminalization of pot would be the responsibility of the national government, but said he did not favour either." -

"BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Saskatchewan NDP support the federal NDP's call for a non-punitive approach to cannabis law, including elimination of all penalties for personal cultivation and possession by adults, and actively work to institute non-punitive cannabis policies at the provincial level." -

So whats going on? I am pretty sure it was at the November 2006 NDP Convention that the Saskatchewan NDP voted in favour of Legalization and it was a landslide victory. Yet Lorne Calvert is against it?

What Calvert said is hard for me to swallow. I think the NDP is our only chance. Since the SaskMP seams to yell at people and make people who support legalization look like idiots.

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