P Square is Nigerian R&B duo composed of identical twin brothers Peter and Paul Okoye. They are Identical twins Peter and Paul joined their school music and drama club where they began singing, dancing, and mimicking songs by MC Hammer, Bobby Brown and Michael Jackson.
Sean McCarthy on Mexican Weed
Although another great Oliver stone movie, Savages 2012 points to the dark flip side of what might happen to South California Medical Marijuana growers as Mexican cartels try to take over their healthy green business. Savages 2012 as a movie points to a fictitious acts in the medical marijuana market and pushes us father away from legalizing or decriminalizing marijuana. Unlike Reefer madness’ 1936 style that now appears comical and untruthful. Savages does point to the possibilities that may happen in big money marijuana businesses. The fact is legalization makes a drug readily available and lowers the price down far below black market prices of 6000.00 /pound. One day if we see legalization we will see even the best marijuana stand up to what the free market price says high-grade medical marijuana is worth and not the current black market prices. Does anybody kill, rob or steal over a truck full of beer or cigarettes? Ask yourself why is marijuana so expensive? Is marijuana more complicated to grow than tobacco? The answer is absolutely not! Indoor growing requires lots of electricity, continuous monitoring of water humidity light and chemicals. The price drops if it is grown as a commodity like tobacco. In order to do that it must be legalized and rescheduled. Currently the Federal Government says it has no medical value or benefit and that is reefer madness. Truths of marijuana’s healing and pain killing properties will be suppressed no more as more tests have proven it a useful drug given to us by god. Stop the madness call your congressman, get involved by writing or joining NORML. At least hear what sick people having been saying a long time. This stuff helps people and tobacco? You know the truth about tobacco. If we legalize this drug like tobacco, will this movie be fiction? Legalizing marijuana kills the black market Cartels and violence associated with them by killing the price. When did cartels(the mob) use guns to protect alcohol? Check out alcohol prohibition. Either way enjoy this thriller-action movie. Because it’s very good. 5 stars Oliver Stone.
AZMC ARIZONA MEDICAL CONVENTION – Large crowds gathered during the event as patients and non-patients purchased hats, pipes, clothing and marijuana collectibles as vendors that promote medical marijuana filled tables full of medical marijuana paraphernalia. This event was sponsored by CANNAPAGES.COM Don’t miss next weeks Medical Farmers Market ->->->
On a quiet Sunday in San Diego I was looking for some evening entertainment after a long day of body surfing at mission beach. RT’s Long Board Grill on Garnet Ave was featuring Sunny Rude a Reggae band that often performs gigs in San Diego. This was a great bar with many taps and a relaxed beach crowd dressed blue jeans and T-shirts. We were stunned by the excellent performance of this local band. A fun night of dancing, weed and wine had begun.
B.U.G. Mafia (“Bucharest Underground Mafia“, originally “Black Underground Mafia”) is a Romanian hip hop group from Pantelimon, Bucharest, widely regarded as one of the seminal acts of gangsta rap in Romania. Founded in 1993, it was among the first Romanian hip hop acts.
The original line-up consisted of Vlad “Tataee” Irimia, Dragoş “Caddillac” Vlad-Neagu and two other members, D.D. and Mr.Nobody, who, by late 1993, had left the group. Alin “Uzzi” Demeter joined B.U.G. Mafia in 1995, thus completing the group’s first official incarnation.
Active from 1993, the group endured a long-standing controversy due to the explicit nature of their lyrics. Focusing on subjects such as post-communist Romanian political class, poverty and crime in Romania‘s communist-built housing projects or social unrest they were subsequently banned from many mainstream T.V. and radio stations in Romania and even at times prevented from touring, spending a night in jail after their first concert in Drobeta-Turnu Severin in 1997.
Their debut album, Mafia, marked the beginning of the new gangsta rap era as the production and the social commentary in their lyrics were revolutionary within the genre. Although largely unknown at the group’s inception, membersTataee, Caddillac and Uzzi would all become gold-selling superstars in Romania.