so you catch them and drop them. yeah, i got it. (Laughing) (laughing) Ten. Nine. Eight. Seven.
Six. five. four. Three. two. One. Lift it forward and you catch in your legs. Now bring your leg back up and catch with your hands. F**k you.
Uuugghhh!!! f**k you! (laughter) Hey, Dee. I just wanna like tell you that uhh. You mean a lot to everyone that’s here. Umm. Happy Birthday. Umm. Dee Just askshmarmdrghm. I wanna be a fire fighter. I was like I’m going to be lawyer. I wanna get in a fight with fire. And I’m going to have a black lab.
I will go buy ummm. hanes tshirts. that i will rub around my hands. They won’t burn that f**k quickly. If I knew what being a lawyer. like what. when I was back. Listen!!! I will kick the fire’s ass. Guaranteed. Final Round!.
Goooldman. dolphin cop! One thing I didn’t even taken into consideration when we were doing this is how f**king hung over I’d be the day after. I feel pretty good, I slept really, really well. My head hurts, my body hurts. I have like a cut on my leg and I have no idea how I got it.Oh my God! haha. I woke up this morning and remembered that I had parked my car in a tow away zone and the car got towed.
Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 Woodward AMA Addressing the issue
in other words, marihuana is not the correct term. It was the use of the term MARIHUANA rather than the use of the term CANNABIS or the use of the term INDIAN HEMP that was responsible, as you realized, probably, a day or two ago, for the failure of the dealers in INDIAN HEMPSEED to connect up this bill with their business until rather late in the day. So, if you will permit me, I shall use the word CANNABIS, and I should certainly suggest that if any legislation is enacted,.
The term used be cannabis and not the mongrel word marihuana. Statement of William C. Woodward, Legislative Counsel, American Medical Association, addressing the Taxation of Marihuana, May 4, 1937, House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means, Washington, D.C. 5 Here is a law that proposes to bring within its scope everyone who produces, wittingly or unwittingly, a particle of Cannabis. It into every farm and every bit of land of every kind.
We have this definition of producer. This comes in section 1, paragraph (c), page 2, lines 7 to 12, of the bill: The term producer includes any person who (1) ONE (correction) plants, grows, cultivates, or in any way facilitates the NATURAL growth of marihuana; (2) harvests and transfers or makes use of marihuana or (3) fails to destroy marihuana within 10 days after notice that such marihuana is growing upon land under his control.
That means every potential owner of land in the united states is a potential and maybe an unwitting producer of marihuana. I say the medicinal use of Cannabis has nothing to do with Cannabis or marihuana addiction. In all that you have heard here thus far, no mention has been made of any excessive use of the drug by any or its excessive distribution by any pharmacist. And yet the burden of this bill is placed heavily on the DOCTOR and PHARMACISTS.
Of the country; and i may say very heavily, most heavily, possibly of all, on the FARMERS of the country. . Marihuana grows wild along railroad tracks, along highways, on land belonging to the Federal Government, on land belonging to the States, on immense farms and ranches, forest land and places of that sort; places to which, by the way, the Federal Government, I believe, has no inherent right of entry.