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HEMP HISTORY – From the Emperor Wears No Clothes ..By Jack Herer

AMERICAN HISTORICAL NOTES In 1619, America’s first marijuana law was enacted at Jamestown Colony, Virginia, ordering all farmers to make tryal of (grow) Indian hemp seed. More mandatory (must-grow) hemp cultivation laws were enacted in Massachusetts in 1631, in Connecticut in 1632 and in the Chesapeake Colonies into the mid-1700s.Even in England, the much-sought-after prize […]

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Hemp

Tree-Free Paper vs Recycled Paper Recycled Paper is made from both virgin tree-fibres and recycled fibres with one exception, and that is 100% post-consumer paper which is made from 100% recycled fibres. Therefore, trees are still cut to make most recycled paper. In general, fibres are separated from the other materials when paper is recycled. […]

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Animal

We have listed what we feel are good “starting point” links to get the best information about the Vegetarian Lifestyle and Animal Rights Issues. = animal rights  = veggie info Animal Right’s FAQs :  Excellent Question and Answer site providing information on the following subjects…•Farming   •Leather, Fur, and Fashion  •Hunting and Fishing  •Animals for Entertainment  •Companion […]

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Whois

that was then… Websters Dictionary 1983 edition : Hippie\hip-�\n.pl hippies a usu. young person who rejects the mores of established society (as by dressing unconventionally or favoring the communal living), advocates a nonviolent ethic, and often uses psychedelic drugs or marijuana; broadly a long haired unconventionally dressed young person.     ? this is now… […]

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