Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Wolf Pack Suicides

Remember those teen werewolves from a while back?


Well, it looks like they've just about had enough of everything.

Deikitsen Wolfram Lupus AKA Adrian Manley died by hanging himself with his collar and leash on September 29, 2010.

There have been at least two other suicides from this group and this article (http://bit.ly/ancjY5) explains how there may be a suicide pact with the other members of the group and another article (http://bit.ly/cc7lNh) explains more about the suicides.

It has been rumored that:

before he [Adrian Manley] killed himself, he instructed his 30+ followers who go to different schools (Brandeis High School, O'Connor High School, and Stinson Middle School) to go to school and start a three-school wide shooting. Four kids that were apart of this wolf pack have already been arrested for attempting to bring guns into Brandeis a few days ago.

I'm not too sure how to feel about this, but according to the articles and things I've read, the shootings are supposed to be happening October 12th. We'll see what happens, I guess.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

From First To Last - "Ride The Wings Of Pestilence"

One of my favorite bands a few years back.
I'm really in love with the lyrics. Tell me what you guys think.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Legalization of Marijuana

As some may have heard, Proposition 19 is on the ballot for the next general election on November 2nd for the state of California. For those of you who do not know what Prop. 19 entails, I will give an explanation here. Some top California analysts have described the effects that Proposition 19 will have if it happens to pass the vote:

Legalization of personal marijuana-related activities

Persons age 21 and older:
  • May possess up to 1 ounce (28 g) of marijuana for personal consumption.
  • May use marijuana in a non-public place such as a residence or a public establishment licensed for on site marijuana consumption.
  • May grow marijuana at a private residence in a space of up to 25 square feet (2.3 m2) for personal use.

Local government regulation of commercial production and sale

  • Local government may authorize the retail sale of up to 1 ounce of marijuana per transaction, and regulate the hours and location of the business.
  • Local government may authorize larger amounts of marijuana for personal possession and cultivation, or for commercial cultivation, transportation, and sale.
  • Allows for the transportation of marijuana from a licensed premises in one city or county to a licensed premises in another city or county, without regard to local laws of intermediate localities to the contrary.

Imposition and collection of taxes and fees

  • Allows the collection of taxes specifically to allow local governments to raise revenue or to offset any costs associated with marijuana regulation.
Authorization of criminal and civil penalties
  • Maintains existing laws against selling drugs to a minor and driving under the influence.
  • Maintains an employer's right to address consumption of marijuana that affects an employee's job performance.
  • Maintain existing laws against interstate or international transportation of marijuana.
  • Every person 18 years of age or older who hires, employs, or uses a minor in transporting, carrying, selling, giving away marijuana, or knowingly sells or gives away marijuana to someone under the age of 14, shall be imprisoned in state prison for a period of three, five, or seven years.
  • Every person 18 years of age or older who knowingly sells or gives away marijuana to someone older than the age of 14 but younger than 18, shall be imprisoned in the state prison for a period of three, four, or five years.
  • Every person 21 years of age or over who knowingly sells or gives away marijuana to someone older than the age of 18 but younger than 21, shall be imprisoned in county jail for up to six months and fined up to $1,000 per offense.
  • Any person who is licensed, permitted, or authorized to sell marijuana, who knowingly sells or gives away marijuana to someone under the age of 21 results in them being banned from owning, operating, or being employed by a licensed marijuana establishment for one year.
I know this is a real hot-button issue for most. As a resident of California, I personally support this Proposition 100%, as it is extremely easy to obtain medicinal marijuana right now anyway. I see it this way; the government has lost the war on marijuana, and there is absolutely no way they will ever win. They are using police resources inefficiently by targeting a harmless drug, and persecuting harmless users. The police could be better used to target serious offenses such as violent crime. The potential to help the state receive serious amounts of tax revenue from this is astounding as well. I honestly believe that this will really stimulate the economy of California, thus creating a chain reaction throughout the other states and setting a precedent on the legality of marijuana being used as a form of recreation.

Should Cannabis be legalized? Why/why not?
Should it only be legal for medical purposes?
I'd like to know your thoughts on this. 

Friday, September 24, 2010

Shinichi Osawa - Love Will Guide You feat. Tommie Sunshine (Full Version)

I really really love this song.
I feel as if I could just listen to this and travel across the world.
Does anyone else have a song that they could just listen to over and over?
I have a couple favorite songs that NEVER get old, and they serve me
well during some tough times. Give me some links to some of your favorites!

Something to Think about

Energy is mass , mass is energy, everything is one. everybody is one.
Einstein’s theory of relativity (E=mc2) states that energy is equal to mass times the speed of light squared. So energy can be mass, and mass can be energy… if moved at the speed of light squared. Therefor the beam of light that wakes you up in the morning, and the bed you are laying on are made up of the same stuff, everything is energy in this world.

The worm eats the earth. Bird comes, gets the worm, feeds it to it’s baby. The baby grows up and lives a happy little life. One day the baby bird dies, falls from the sky and to the ground. Here the bugs and the earth eat at the bird’s decomposing body gaining nutrients from it. The worm eat the earth bird eats the worm. it’s one big one big circle

On a grand scale, everything in the universe one. Entangled.

Fact: Two electrons created together are entangled. no matter how far if you do something to one the other will respond INSTANTLY. The only way this can be is that In reality they are still connected. They are entangled, and since everything was entangled at the moment of the big bang, that means EVERYTHING is still entangled. everything is one, everything, everyone, it’s all just energy.

Solid is an illusion. There is space between everything. somethings are just closer together. ( atoms, electrons, humans are not solid )

We live in a world of illusion, a world where people think they are their job titles, or their degree’s on the wall. They dress and live their lives according to this thought. it’s a shame. We are all energy. one. positive and negative but still one.