Sep 28, 2009
On the Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast this week, the Dopefiend
talks about how today sees Marc Emery turning himself in to the
authorities to begin his extradition to the United States for
selling cannabis seeds after a gruelling four-year struggle.
Hitting the emails, the Dopefiend talks about the positive feedback
following last week's LSD audio, whether you can find good buds in
Myrtle Beach, whether there should be a Dopefiend.co.uk iPod app,
the rare phenomenon of Dopecast hate mail, whether psychedelics
connect us to our feminine energies, how recreational cannabis
users are often also unwitting medical users, and we hear a brief
cannabis trip report from Mr Rushh. Next, the Dopefiend heads into
the VaporLounge to fire up the Volcano vaporizer and sample the
powerful indica stone of some Purple Kush while talking about next
year's DopeStock, the forthcoming UK Hemp Expo in London, and next
year's release of Mr Nice: The Movie before taking a musical
interlude courtesy of Tyson. Before returning to the emails, the
Dopefiend mentions a couple of old documentaries about London he's
recently rediscovered, then talks about why cannabis and
psychedelics are more feared by the authorities than alcohol,
cocaine and prescription drugs, the anonymity of the DopeTribe and
the Dopefiend himself, the line between reality and gaming, and
whether playing games on psychedelics is a valuable experience. In
this week's Cannabis News: Denmark considers legalizing cannabis in
an effort to reduce gang crime, Florida detectives are caught on
camera playing Wii bowling during a drug raid, and the Greek
guerrilla grower who tried (and failed) to hide in plain sight!
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Download this episode here: http://media.libsyn.com/media/dopecast/Dopecast192.mp3
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For more on Marc Emery's extradition, go to Jodie Emery's blog: http://www.cannabisculture.com/v2/node/19836
For more details on the UK Hemp Expo, go here: http://www.thegrowreport.com/Forums/showthread.php?t=7935
The Dopefiend mentioned a 1969 Jack the Ripper documentary clip, which is the third video down on this great page: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/6204929/The-most-creepy-stuff-on-the-web.html
And also "The Ghosts of Oxford Street", which can be watched online from the UK here:
Those outside the UK can chance their luck with the torrent on The Pirate Bay.
Felice linked to this video in her email about the "game" of consensus reality: http://www.tpuc.org/node/558
The Danish study into the viability cannabis legalization is here
And the Polk County drug task force Wii bowling video is here: http://www2.tbo.com/video/2009/sep/21/polk-county-drug-bust-54649/
Playlist: Zohor Hussin - Maqam Dasht; Tribo de Gonzaga - Clube da Esquina No. 2; The Black Seeds - Take Your Chances; Taco & Da Mofos - Whatever You Like; Etran Finatawa - Tekana (Niger); Dubmatix, Freddy Locks - Power (Dub Version); John Costello - Blue Mood; Pacifiable - Dose; Martin Speake, Nikki Iles, Duncan Hopkins, Anthony Michelli - The Heron; Antoine Dufour, Tommy Gauthier - Intenso; Pocket - Hear in Noiseville (feat. Steve Kilbey); Ashok - Moving Toward Stillness
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"Maqam Dasht" (mp3)
from "The Golden Collection"
Tribo de Gonzaga
"Clube da Esquina No. 2" (mp3)
from "De Mudar O CoracÃ£o de Cada Um"
The Black Seeds
"Take Your Chances" (mp3)
from "Solid Ground"
(Easy Star Records)
Taco & Da Mofos
"Whatever You Like" (mp3)
from "Bump Star Revolution"
(Wyte Music/Subliminal Sounds)
"Tekana (Niger)" (mp3)
from "Think Global: Celebrate Africa!"
(Think Global/World Music Network)
Dubmatix, Freddy Locks
(7 Arts Entertainment)
"Blue Mood" (mp3)
from "Giants of Jazz"
Martin Speake, Nikki Iles, Duncan Hopkins, Anthony Michelli
"The Heron" (mp3)
Antoine Dufour, Tommy Gauthier
from "Still Strings"
(Candy Rat Records)
"Hear in Noiseville (feat. Steve Kilbey)" (mp3)
from "Singles - Volume 1"
(24 Hour Service Station)
"Moving Toward Stillness" (mp3)
from "Being of Enlightenment"
(Arbor Records Ltd.)