•April 15, 2013 • Leave a Comment


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•August 22, 2014 • Leave a Comment
"They" put us here!

“They” put us here!

While Ferguson Missouri is in the headlights of the nation,this is nothing new. I believe it is high time to stop this unjustified violence!
August 25, 1995: Wayne Calvin Byrd II along with four other associates were beaten and arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department’s CRASH unit in the Marina Del Rey community of West Los Angeles. Although attempts were made by the City of Los Angeles to settle the case, several Pacific Division Los Angeles Police Department officers, including Officer Ramirez, Officer Villalpando, Officer Damiano, and Officer Williams were found guilty of various civil rights violations, including false imprisonment.
All charges against the four victims were eventually dropped
June–July 2000: A string of incidents of police misconduct by a group of officers from the Oakland Police Department known as “the Oakland Riders” came to light. 119 people pressed civil rights lawsuits for unlawful beatings and detention, ultimately settling for $11 million with an agreement that the Oakland Police Department would implement significant reforms. Although all of the police officers involved were terminated, three were later acquitted of criminal charges while one fled to Mexico to avoid prosecution.
July 5, 2011: Kelly Thomas was a 37-year-old homeless man suffering from schizophrenia and living on the streets of Fullerton, California. He was fatally beaten by members of the Fullerton Police Department. He died from his injuries on the 10th of July 2011. Unarmed and mentally ill, Thomas was shocked with tasers and beaten with flashlights by up to six police officers. An investigation into the beating has been launched and the FBI has become involved. A protest over the beating was held outside the Fullerton Police Department on 18 July 2011. Four officers have been suspended and two have been charged with second degree murder and manslaughter. Proceedings concluded on January 13, 2014 with both Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli being found not guilty of any criminal charges.
November 21, 2006: Kathryn Johnston, an 92-year-old Atlanta woman, was shot and killed by police officers who had entered her home with a no knock warrant that had been based on false information. She had fired one shot over the heads of the police, who she assumed were intruders, when they knocked down her door. Those responsible later admitted to planting marijuana in Johnston’s house and submitting cocaine into evidence, lying that it had been bought there. Two of the three officers involved would eventually plead guilty to charges including manslaughter. The three were sentenced to five, six, and ten years in prison.
September 4, 2005: A deadly police shooting occurred on the Danziger Bridge in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Six days after the hurricane, seventeen-year-old James Brissette and forty-year-old Ronald Madison were killed in the gunfire, and four other civilians were wounded. All victims were unarmed. Madison, a mentally disabled man, was shot in the back. Members of the New Orleans Police Department coordinated and fabricated a cover-up story for their crime, falsely reporting that seven police officers responded to a police dispatch reporting an officer down, and that at least four people were firing weapons at the officers upon their arrival. The officers also planted a gun at the scene to make it seem the civilians were armed. On August 5, 2011, a New Orleans Federal Court jury found five police officers guilty of a myriad of charges related to the cover-up and deprivation of civil rights.
June 18, 1993: 24-year-old Archie “Artie” Elliott III was driving home from his construction job in the late afternoon when Officer Jason Leavitt of the District Heights Police Department pulled him over for driving erratically. Leavitt administered a field sobriety test, which Elliott failed. After determining to arrest Elliott, Officer Leavitt searched Elliott, handcuffed him and placed him in the front seat of Leavitt’s police car and securing him in the seat with the seat belt before closing the car door. Shortly afterward, Officer Wayne Cheney of the Prince George’s County Police Department arrived as backup. Two officers were standing beside the car when they claimed that Elliott suddenly exited the car and pointed a gun at them. Both officers opened fire and shot Elliott a total of fourteen times. Police say they recovered a small, unloaded, .22 caliber handgun from the scene. Several witnesses disputed the officers’ account of the incident, but a grand jury declined to issue an indictment.
February 4, 1999: Amadou Diallo was shot 41 times and killed by New York City police officers while unarmed after the officers claimed they believed he was reaching for a gun. Four officers were indicted for second degree murder but later acquitted

South Carolina
November 5, 2003: Police executed a raid at Stratford High School, forcing students as young as 14 to the ground at gunpoint while drug dogs searched their schoolbags
May 5, 1977: Joe Campos Torres, a 23-year-old Vietnam Veteran had been arrested by Houston police at an Eastside bar for disorderly conduct. Six police officers took Torres to a spot called “The Hole” next to Buffalo Bayou and beat him. The officers then took Torres to the city jail, where they were ordered to take him to the hospital. Instead of taking Torres to the hospital like they were told, the officers brought him back to the banks of Buffalo Bayou, where he was pushed into the water. Torres’ body was found two days later. Two of the officers involved were tried on state murder charges. They were convicted of negligent homicide and got one year probation and fined $1. The two, and another officer were later convicted of federal civil rights violations. They served nine months in prison.

Poll: Two-Thirds Of Americans Say Private Consumption Of Cannabis Should Be Legal
by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director
Sixty-six percent of Americans believe that adults ought to legally be able to consume cannabis in the privacy of one’s own home, according to results of a nationwide HuffingtonPost/YouGov survey released late last week.
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The Legalization Movement Can’t Be Stopped
by Keith Stroup, NORML Legal Counsel
The political and cultural victories for the marijuana legalization movement continue to accumulate as new developments lead us closer to the ultimate goal of full legalization. Just in the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen the powerful, unambiguous endorsement of full legalization by the most influential newspaper in America: The New York Times. That endorsement was followed by a series of six follow-up editorials explaining in more detail precisely why the Times decided to join the fight to end prohibition. Additionally, The Brookings Institution, a highly respected Washington, DC think […]

Thanx to as always along with The Washington Post and wekipedia for information used in this article.
©2014 BeibeJones


•July 28, 2014 • 2 Comments

FREEDOM 1933- States end prohibition on alcohol, America once again Land of the Free! Fast forward to the 21st century. Americans fed up with children running the government! Congress fails to vote or act on any important issues concerning this country. The House in a surprising moment passed a law in May to prohibit the D.E.A. from going after people who use marijuana for medical reasons if the state they live in has said it’s legal!
Close to 75% of Americans live under some form of relaxed marijuana laws. 14 million people smoke marijuana on a daily basis in this country, that is 14 million people who could be regarded as “Green Minute Men” The minutemen were among the first people to fight in the American Revolution. How can our government deny and/or refuse to change policy when clearly the people want this change?
The New York Times published a report today calling for the end of prohibition on marijuana. There will be a five-part series on this in the coming editions. In the belly of the beast there lies a chance for reform. 2/3rds of the people living in the District of Columbia favor the legalization of marijuana use and possession for adults. 57,000 people has signed a petition to put this on the ballot. Speaking of ballots-New Approach Oregon, had submitted enough valid signatures from registered voters to qualify the measure for the November ballot. The proposed ballot initiative (Initiative Petition 53) seeks to regulate the personal possession, commercial cultivation, and retail sale of cannabis to adults. Taxes on the commercial sale of cannabis under the plan are estimated to raise some $88 million in revenue in the first two years following the law’s implementation. Adults who engage in the non-commercial cultivation of limited amounts of cannabis for personal use (up to four marijuana plants and eight ounces of usable marijuana at a given time) will not be subject to taxation or commercial regulations. – See more at: Under pressure Rohrabacher Amendment, which will restrict Treasury Department and SEC funds from being spent to penalize financial institutions for providing services to marijuana related business that operate according to state law. 

The state of Washington has followed Colorado and has implemented the sale of recreational marijuana sales! “>“Washingtonians know that, as in Colorado, governments both foreign and domestic will be watching to see how legalization progresses in the state,” said Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper (Ret.), a LEAP speaker and advisory board member. “And I imagine that, as in Colorado, lower crime rates, increased tax revenue, thousands of new jobs and continuing public support will indicate legalizing and regulating marijuana is one of the simplest ways to improve not just our criminal justice system, but our state governments. Nearly 7,000 businesses applied for the 334 licenses authorized by I-502, the voter initiative which legalized marijuana in the state. Those licenses are strictly controlled and come with a host of regulations, including prohibitions on retailers being within 1,000 feet of schools, parks and other locations likely to be frequented by children. So far, no manufacturer has passed the stringent requirements surrounding marijuana-infused edibles.
On a personal note
I started smoking marijuana in 1974 and have remained doing so all my life. I have found that to me the only drawback to enjoying marijuana is the hassle that accompanies this use by law enforcement and the corrupt policies of insurance companies forcing drug tests on us. Yes, I complained when prices rose in the seventies from $15 for a lid to $30 for an ounce but that was petty and soon forgotten as the quality was so much better. I also smoked the marijuana Nixon’s administration sprayed with the poison paroquet in Mexico and was brought across the border to be sold here. And I believe he and his cronies knew in advance that this would happen to our youth before they did it. Paranoia set in as the police started busting more and more people just trying to enjoy themselves without causing trouble as we did on alcohol. As an aging boomer [now 56] I have had no health problems occur from the 40 years I have been enjoying marijuana. And even though I live in a state that will be one of the last to recognize the people’s wishes and wants I will continue to enjoy the effects marijuana provides me in the form of relaxation, enlightenment, and the belief that I can be free despite the law.
Peace, Ernie

Rough Patch cont…

•July 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment
"Sweet Home Alabama"

“Sweet Home Alabama”

I was 49 years old when this all started and living happily outside of Montgomery on the Alabama river. Mom was still able to remember people if they were around often but couldn’t remember me when I phoned her on the week-ends. She would tell me she couldn’t understand me over the phone and after a while she didn’t know who I was so would put her husband on the line where he would tell me she just couldn’t hear very well. After I returned to Indiana I went over to see mom and she didn’t know who I was at first but after about an hour she started recognizing me and after that I would take her shopping as she didn’t drive anymore. Spending time with her then was great as she reminisced about our lives together and we became very close once again. I had flown the nest early in life landing on the gypsy highway so we rarely saw each other most of my life and then for only short periods of time.

1 year in with Mark

1 year in with Mark

From the day her husband “Dean” died I have been by my mama’s side and have shown her love and compassion along with receiving the same. At 89 years old mom was still sprite and in great physical health. We would go out and do things she hadn’t done in a long time. We started visiting her brothers more regularly and going out to dine, shop etc… The first year I noticed changes in memory picking up for instance she didn’t grieve Deans death as she would have normally, she forgot who I was and called me Dean, and she started forgetting friends and neighbors. She still responded to family pretty good and was able to still have a couples of drinks and enjoy herself. During this part of the journey I thought it was sad but in reality I was unaware and unprepared for the long journey we were sharing and the hard part wasn’t in sight yet.
In the following two years I watched as my mama’s mental state went into different stages which all seemed to be worse than the previous one had been. We got her a new pair of hearing aids and that seemed to help quite a bit but shortly after she lapsed into another stage and was angry for no reason and withdrawing when anyone came over.
Mama's Baby Boy
This photo shows how far mama has declined in health. She has regressed to a point that she no longer knows anyone and has no recollection of past or presence. She also has lost her balance and is confused constantly about time. So for now let me close with quoting a song title, “It Hurts me too” by Foghat
©2014 Beibejones

Rough Patch

•July 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

This journey started back in March of 2007 and continues to slowly deteriorate an already altered mind.
Starting Point!

Walking to the bathroom late in the evening of March 17th 2007,  I suddenly had a pain in  my stomach that brought me instantly to the ground doubled up. I layed there for around 15 minutes crying and unable to move as the pain slowly receded. I was finally able to get up and make my way to the bed where I curled up and finally went to sleep. Within a week I had seen two doctors and was admitted to Prattville hospital in Alabama. For two weeks I stayed there while they placed a drain tube in my colon and drained puss out of an abscess the size of an orange. The doctor comes in and tells me that it is drained and I can go home and resume my life. I had just started a new job so returning to it I was determined to work hard to ensure the absence I’d had wouldn’t hurt me during my probationary period. A week went by and on Wednesday I had extreme pain in my stomach again so had to leave work and go to another hospital in Montgomery where they did a cat scan and admitted me for an emergency operation on my colon.

Waking up five days later in ICU I found that the abscess had again grew to the size of an orange and while I was being visited by my brother and sister [no relation] the abscess broke and poison flooded my system. I had a colostomy bag attached to my stomach and was told that after four months I would have a reversal and be able to go back to my normal life. After the second surgery I woke to find I still had the colostomy and was told I would have to keep it the rest of my life. After another eight weeks I was able to return to work driving a dump truck and relocated to Foley Alabama where I tried to resume my life. After another two years of living in constant pain while accumulating six hernia’s in my stomach I was not able to work any longer. I ended up back in Montgomery where I found employment with a temp company detailing cars at Hundai and tried to resume a normal lifestyle. This wasn’t easy to do for my friends which to this day I hold in GREAT RESPECT for putting up with the…how do I say it Allen, inconveince of being close when the bag broke away from my skin. and had become so depressed I thought life wasn’t worth living like that anymore.

I talked to my brother and made arrangements to go to Indiana to stay with him for a couple of months to figure out what to do. Arriving in Indiana I was depressed and had a plan to say good-bye to family and friends and commit suicide, I ended up in a hospital’s ward for suicide patients which turned out to be the best thing that happened to me since this all started. A nurse there told me about the Cleveland clinic and after I was released gave me information for help which included going to the free clinic in Ft. Wayne IN. A doctor seen me there and came over to look at my colostomy and sent me to a specialist. Understand all this happened without me having insurance so I was expecting to be turned away yet again when to my surprise Dr. Marks told me the operation shouldn’t have ever taken place. He knew I had no insurance and couldn’t work so he graciously preformed the operation and charged me a measly $2,200 for another operation. These three operations with follow up appointments, hospital care, and medical supplies had me in debt close to the tune of $1 million dollars! I was however put back together and given hope for a normal future. I filed bankruptcy and was looking for a job when my step father passed away in February of 2011.

My mother was in the first stages of Alzheimer’s disease and couldn’t be left alone so I stepped in to care for her. This was/is a full time job that really can not be described as it has opened my eyes to quite a few things I would have never realized before doing this. Alzheimer’s is a terrible disease that affects memory and slowly eats away until there is nothing left of memory. For the last three and a half years I have been with my mother 24/7 with the exception of three days while friends [family] from Alabama came up to visit and another week while I was in the hospital getting yet another operation to repair the damage in my stomach wall which looked like swiss cheese due to the hernia’s. During these last 3 1/2 years I have watched my loving mother regress into a child like state. The first year found me trying to understand this disease and coping with it while keeping mother happy and arguing with family about expenses.

to be continued…

©2014 beibejones



HELP! Please

•May 16, 2014 • Leave a Comment

Federal Measures Introduced to Legalize Marijuana and Regulate Its Sales

Two members of the House of Representatives, Congressman Jared Polis (D-CO) and Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), have introduced measures to de-federalize marijuana policy and create a framework for the retail cannabis production and sale in states that allow it.

Representative Polis’ legislation, House Resolution 499: The Ending Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2013, would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act, transfer the Drug Enforcement Administration’s authority to regulate marijuana to a newly renamed Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Marijuana and Firearms, require commercial marijuana producers to purchase a permit, and ensure that federal law distinguishes between individuals who grow marijuana for personal use and those involved in commercial sale and distribution.

Representative Blumenauer’s bill,House Resolution 501: The Marijuana Tax Equity Act, would impose an excise tax on the first sale of marijuana, from the producer to the next stage of production, usually the processor. These regulations are similar to those that now exist for alcohol and tobacco. The bill will also require the IRS to produce a study of the industry after two years, and every five years after that, and to issue recommendations to Congress to continue improving the administration of the tax.

You can read more about these historic measures here.

NORML will keep you updated as this legislation moves forward.

Please tell everyone you know about this important issue! You will find a letter you can send your rep on their site. Thanx in advance for your support in this matter, Peace Beibe  ————> 

You Tell Me.

•March 28, 2014 • Leave a Comment


I’m a simple American and as far as education I dropped out in 1975 and waited 10 years to get my G.E.D. but I will point out I have 42 years of education called “street smarts” and that is something that counts to me more than any piece of paper in a frame. I have travelled this country and made friends with all classes of people over the years and have found one thing in common amongst them. They all want piece of mind and the ability to live free.

How is logic applied to our circumstances in everyday dealings from legalizing marijuana to not pushing the button on world destruction? When did logic start to play a part in the world and does logic applied make sense. I’m under the belief that logic is misleading as every one of us has a very different view on our own logic. Somewhere, sometime ago a group of people got together to form their own rules on logic and pass them on as laws to be obeyed. [the constitution] Does that mean that when these laws no longer make logical sense it is time to do away with them and replace them with new logical laws?  I guess to start this trip trough logic I’ll start at a logical place.

Here and now: In today’s world we have made the trip full circle once again and the fact that we let history repeat itself is…well plain stupidity. Why are we letting the “cold war” heat up again? did we not learn lessons from the previous world wars that we don’t have to cause destruction to have peace? maybe I missed something the world leaders know about the economy that escapes me. Yes the whole world is in debt to each other, But does that give our elected officials the right to destroy the world, I think not. Is the constitution out of date? maybe parts of it could be revised but haven’t they done this over the years by adding amendments? Let’s look at those before attacking the rights which gave us freedom secured by the knowledge these were put in there first for a reason, to protect us NOW! Two hundred and eighteen years later we have gotten to the point where we as a nation have lost something in our hearts and minds.

I say this because we have elected officials that don’t give a shit about our nation as a whole and certainly don’t give a shit about us “we the people”. It’s like Obama has shown us he has no concept of how to run a country. I’ve cussed past presidents over the years like Nixon and Carter for not being responsible in holding one of the highest office’s in the world but what we have now is appalling. The whole world has their eyes open but is it only me that see us losing this game of RISK.  If we pulled back and concentrated on re-building this country and the feeling of enjoying the “American dream” instead of political greed and “I want to run the world” attitude elected assholes now seem to enjoy would it be such a bad thing?

In my altered mind I see Crimea voting overwhelmingly to become part of Russia so what logic does Oblama have starting trouble? Tell me it is a strategic move to protect us and I’ll say your full of shit! Tell me a ten plus year war is beneficial to us as americans and I’ll say BULLSHIT! Yes our nation is powerful but since when is it ok to abuse that power? Isn’t power intended to protect? Well I don’t see the protection I as an American want. I want elected officials to concentrate on re-building America, NOT incompetent war mongers who put us trillions of $ in debt and collapse the economy.

thJZVI17FXIf we continue down the path of republicans and democrats trying to win a pissing contest we all lose! The easiest way to defeat anything is to have inter conflict and soon walls start crumbling. Another sure path to defeat is the ever popular “my vote doesn’t matter”. Seriously? what about all the votes Oblama got in 2008? DAMN SURE YOUR VOTE COUNTS! So does your voice so use it. Take ten minutes and call your representative to let them know you care about a law they want to pass or defeat. Get involved!

I have a friend in Arizona who does just that. He is passionate about our rights and is not ashamed to let it be known.  Jesse Lopez, along with many others know this is the way to get things done, not by going along and getting along but rather by rocking the vote!!

As I pointed out earlier I am not highly educated but logical sense is not learnt in a classroom. It seems logical to turn our government around and replace them with people who actually care about you and me and not so much about it’s “us or them” I would be more than happy to sit in office and vote the way people wanted me too when acceptable and explain my views honestly without pay offs or perks from major companies who don’t care about anything but their pocket. And yes I could do it on a salary of half or less than what is paid currently and still live a very comfortable life.

And healthcare? If a law is passed for everyone in this country then how is it that it doesn’t apply to those we put into office? are they not americans? Does this new healthcare  bill not apply to all americans? Please people help ROCK THE VOTE with a conscious decision to make our country once again “the home of the free.”


To Protect and serve”

This one gets to me too. The days have long past when I feel safe around police officers and it’s not because I’m guilty of anything as much as in the way they are allowed to abuse the right we gave them. I’m referring to the way they approach everyday citizens with tasers, clubs, spray etc… and use bullying tactics on citizens that aren’t complying quick enough to suit them. I’m talking about abusing the force we have entrusted in them to “protect” us with.  I can’t honestly say I feel protected when I see this abuse on us. I think someone needs to pull in the reigns and slow this abuse down. Use it when needed for protection instead of the personal sadistic thrill of hurting people because you wear a badge. Yes, I know there are officers out there who face danger on a daily basis but the need for force isn’t always the best alternative. Sometimes being patient and using courtesy get you a lot further than violence.

Last but not least



©2014 Beibe Jones








Shut Down

•March 16, 2014 • 1 Comment

This post is going to be blunt and maybe not what you are used to seeing here but it must be said.


The concept that has been installed in most of us since birth has a strong bond put in place and growing up under siblings can and will teach you plenty of life’s lessons. Many times the oldest child is granted “special” privileges concerning the “help” in rasing younger siblings. But what does it teach you exactly?

I am the youngest of six children all being baby boomers and as of today there are three of us left. A sister that was #3 in line, a brother three years my senior, #5 in line and myself. And yes I will go on record saying that as the baby of the family I received certain perks in growing up, more on that later. I was raised in the 60’s in a mid-sized city in Northern Indiana and the times, they were a changin’. My three oldest siblings were becoming of age in the late fifties and early sixties and although none of them became hippies or indulged in rock n roll too much, they did have a great impact on my growing up. My oldest brother went straight into the Air Force and made a 20+ year career out of it. a tour in Korea and three in Nam’ and then onto base intell at Norton AFB in Cali along with tours around the world. Jerry was 18 years my senior so when he came home on leave he would tease Andy and me [bullying] in my eyes. But I never seemed to see this as a child but rather a [Hero] coming home to visit. Evidently Andy, my older brother thought the same as when he turned 18 he followed suit and went to San Antonio TX to basic training too.

Ok, I am getting ahead of myself a bit so I will back up and try to describe the type of lifestyle I was raised in. When Mom said to do something you never questioned it but got it done on the spot out of respect, yes there were times this was ignored but lessons were taught to ensure you understood the authority more than the reason ie: “go pick a switch and bring it to me” meant that you were being tested and you only got one chance to be right. I learnt this lesson young in life as I brought a flimsy, small switch back and was promptly shown the “right” size then shown how not to make that mistake again. Dad was a different story altogether though as he was a no-nonsense kind of guy. Dad had a razor strap hung in the kitchen entryway to remind us to tow the line and was not hesitant to use it. And as for rules, well you followed them or else. You were expected to come home from school and get your chores done without delay or being told to do it, then came homework. After eating and doing dishes we were allowed to go out and play until dark when a shout would bring you home running. Sure, we complained but to no avail as the rules were set in stone. Of course the three older children had it different than us younger three as there was a gap in age but we were all pretty much taught the same things. We were brought up on country music as Rock was still being invented and there was only one rock channel available on the AM dial. [WLYV] in Fort Wayne.

My father drove truck for 32 years and then moved into maintenance at a high school in a neighboring town. This was around 1968 or 69′ and he quickly formed a dis-like for “hippies, rock and roll, and the younger generation as a whole. By then all my older brothers and sisters had grown and left the household leaving  mom, Sandy a sister 5 years my senior and me. Dad was ran over by a truck one day and became disabled around 1970 where as he was left to sit or lie around all day and the impact of this played hell on my teen-age years. I was responsable for getting him downstairs onto a colonial couch, pushing him into the kitchen and making sure the frig was stocked with beer before I went to school every day. This went on for about a year or so before coming home from school [sophomore year 14 years old] one day and passing the neighborhood bar where a drunk came out the door and told me to “get your ass home, your dad is dead.” Swear to GOD this is how I found out.

I was in total shock and the next 30 years were lived in a wasteland of drugs, alcohol and pushing the envelope or living on the edge if you will. Death is a tricky lot for me as it seems that all my loved ones have been removed from this earth right around my birthday and this has begotten ill feelings about the months of Jan. and Feb. I do accept this as fact now and deal with death in my own private manner but it was a tough lesson of life to learn.

After I dropped out of school and started a journey of being a free spirited soul I bounced from town to town and job to job which many consider being a bum but looking at the other side of the coin it allowed me to learn many different cultures and obtain many friends from many different areas of life. This in turn helped me become the person I am today as a little part of each person was left behind in me as I have left a little of me with them.

OK so some people think I’m a bum…other people think I’m a asset to their lives while yet others see me as I can’t, a stand up decent person trying to do right on the wrong side of the tracks. Mistakes? hell yes I make them on a daily basis and take ownership to these mistakes as how else am I going to learn and grow? By being locked in prison for smoking a joint? NO but by correcting not only my mistake but also by accepting that what I did was wrong and wipe out the negative thinking and in it’s place add compassion for my fellow humans!

If I can think this way why can’t our government officials?
I guess what I’m trying to say is this: ALL OF US WANT TO BE ON THE GRAVY TRAIN but the only ones riding the train is the government.
peace, ©2014 Beibe Jones

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