Saturday, November 6, 2010

Asian Time

Seeing as asian girls are beautiful creatures and are probally every guys fantasy this post is dedicated to them.


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Prop 203

As you all know election day is tomorrow and Prop 203 is on the ballet for Arizona.  Prop 203 would legalize medical marijuana in our state.  This could help all terminally ill people in our state cope with their conditions.  If you're 18 get out their and vote!!!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Acne and how to get rid of it

I've been suffering from Acne since I was around 13-14 years old. Just around the time I hit puberty these little red bumps started popping up everywhere. I was crushed and very depressed. Around freshman year of highschool I was finished with acne. i wanted nothing more than to be a normal kid with good looking skin. My mom took me to a dermatologist around sophmore year to get this taken care of. It was great the dermatologist was a godsend. She told me exactly what i needed to do and put me on a great skincare regimen. She prescribed me a benzoyl peroxide wash, and antibiotic pill, and and benzoyl peroxide cream for night use. These 3 things worked wonders for my skin. After the first month my skin was greatly improving. After the 3rd month my skin was clear. I was getting compliments from my friends at school aswell as my family members. For anyone out there struggling with acne visit a dermatoligist. I tried over the counter stuff and it never worked. god to a derm and get that shit taken care of the right way. Goodluck to all and remember there's a soultion for everything.

Here's a quick pic that I really enjoyed.

Just hit 100 followers!! Thanks to all supporters!!

Just hit 100 followers this morning and let me tell you I'm stoked. Thanks to everyone following and reading my blog. I appreciate you all and look forward to brining you new content daily. So to celebrate I'll post some cool ass vids about Joe Rogan talking about the powerful drug DMT. Even if you guys don't like him I think he makes some good points. Always wanted to try DMT and he just made it concrete in my mind that I will try it very soon. Here you go stay tuned for new content daily.

Chem name: Di-Methyl Triptamine
A drug that it synthesized with certain plants and natural substances found throughout the world.

The drug is most commonly produced inside the human brain stem in the first 28 days of life as a baby. After that point, It is stored in the brain and is only released upon brain/body communication stating that the body is dead. The DMT is released throughout your brain and system, numbing pain, freeing the mind and drifting your subconscious off into the land of death.

This is why some people make claims to "Having seen the light at the end of the tunnel" or having an out of body experience.

When smoked, The trip usually comes up in about 15-20 seconds and can last up to 30 minutes before your back to baseline (much like the lesser-extreme psychadelic, Salvia) but it seems like much more. The drug seperates the wall between your subconscious and conscious mind, Essentially causing you to dream while wide awake.
Upon "waking", you feel like a million bucks, better than any cocaine or MDMA you could ever find, Essentially, You are re-born.

Wild huh?

Friday, September 24, 2010

A love for all. The young, the old, the rich, and the poor.

Some quotes from one of my favorite comedians Bill Hicks. Also a quick video at the end. This guy truly got it. He understood how fucked up we are all becoming and how the media is a bunch of pretentious cocksuckers. He was way ahead of his time and I wish we had more like him today.

"You never see a positive drug story on the news. They always have the same LSD story. You've all seen it: "Today a young man on acid...thought he could fly...jumped out of a building...what a tragedy!" What a dick. He's an idiot. If he thought he could fly why didn't he take off from the ground first? Check it out? You don't see geese lined up to catch elevators to fly south; they fly from the fucking ground. He's an idiot. He's dead. Good! We lost a moron? Fucking celebrate. There's one less moron in the world."
-Bill Hicks

"Why is marijuana against the law? It grows naturally on our planet, serves a thousand different functions, all of them positive. To make marijuana against the law is like saying that God made a mistake. Like on the seventh day God looked down, "There it is. My Creation; perfect and holy in all ways. Now I can rest. [Gives shocked expression] Oh, my Me! I left fuckin' pot everywhere. I should never have smoked that joint on the third day. Hehe, that was the day I created the platypus. Hehe. But if I leave pot everywhere that's gonna give people the impression they're supposed to...use it. Now I have to create Republicans." "...and God wept", I believe is the next part of that story."
-Bill Hicks

"You see, I think drugs have done some good things for us. I really do. And if you don't believe drugs have done good things for us, do me a favor. Go home tonight. Take all your albums, all your tapes and all your CDs and burn them. 'Cause you know what, the musicians that made all that great music that's enhanced your lives throughout the years were rrreal fucking high on drugs. The Beatles were so fucking high they let Ringo sing a few tunes."
-Bill Hicks

Couple videos.

fucking genius

Thursday, September 23, 2010

25 Tips for the College Freshman

Alot of people that follow me I would assume are young college kids.  As all of you know college can be some of the funnest and most memorable times in your life.  While in college you need to learn to balance your study time with your partying time.  I like to smoke alot but I have to prioritize.  A way I do this is by only smoking at night after my school work and studying is done.  Balance your fun time and study time and college will be very rewarding for you.  Here's 25 tips to help all you new college freshman out there.

  1. Go to all orientations. Do you really need to go on yet another campus tour? Yes. The faster you learn your way around campus -- and around all the red tape -- the more at ease you'll feel and the better prepared you'll be when issues arise.
  2. Get to know your roommate and others in your residence hall. The people you live with, most of whom are going through similar experiences and emotions, are your main safety net -- not only this year, but for all your years. You may change roommates after the first semester or you may stay roommates for all four years -- just take the time to get to know your fellow first-year students.
  3. Get Organized. In high school, the teachers tended to lead you through all the homework and due dates. In college, the professors post the assignments -- often for the entire semester -- and expect you to be prepared. Buy an organizer, a PDA, a big wall calendar -- whatever it takes for you to know when assignments are due.
  4. Find the ideal place for you to study. It may be your dorm room or a cozy corner of the library, but find a place that works best for you to get your work done -- while avoiding as many distractions as possible.
  5. Go to class. Obvious, right? Maybe, but sleeping in and skipping that 8 am class will be tempting at times. Avoid the temptation. Besides learning the material by attending classes, you'll also receive vital information from the professors about what to expect on tests, changes in due dates, etc.
  6. Become an expert on course requirements and due dates. Professors spend hours and hours preparing course syllabi and calendars so that you will know exactly what is expected of you -- and when. One of the lamest excuses a student can give a professor: "I didn't know it was due today."
  7. Meet with your professors. Speaking as a professor, I can assure you there are only upsides to getting to know your professors, especially if later in the semester you run into some snags. Professors schedule office hours for the sole purpose of meeting with students -- take advantage of that time.
  8. Get to know your academic adviser. This is the person who will help you with course conflicts, adding or dropping courses, scheduling of classes for future semesters, deciding on majors and minors. This person is a key resource for you -- and should be the person you turn to with any academic issues or conflicts. And don't be afraid of requesting another adviser if you don't click with the one first assigned to you.
  9. Seek a balance. College life is a mixture of social and academic happenings. Don't tip the balance too far in either direction. One of my favorite former students always used to say her motto was to "study hard so she could play hard."
  10. Get involved on campus. A big problem for a lot of new students is a combination of homesickness and a feeling of not quite belonging. A solution? Consider joining a select group -- and be careful not to go overboard -- of student organizations, clubs, sororities or fraternities, or sports teams. You'll make new friends, learn new skills, and feel more connected to your school.
  11. Strive for good grades. Another obvious one here, right? Remember the words of the opening paragraph; while good grades could have come naturally to you in high school, you will have to earn them in college -- and that means setting some goals for yourself and then making sure you work as hard as you can to achieve them.
  12. Take advantage of the study resources on campus. Just about all colleges have learning labs and tutors available. If you're having some troubles, these resources are another tool available to you. Another idea: form study groups.
  13. Make time for you. Be sure you set aside some time and activities that help you relax and take the stress out of your day or week. Whether it's enlisting yoga techniques, watching your favorite television shows, or writing in a journal, be good to yourself.
  14. Don't feel pressured to make a hasty decision about a career or a major. It doesn't matter if it seems as though everyone else seems to know what they're doing with their lives -- believe me, they don't -- college is the time for you to really discover who you are, what you enjoy doing, what you're good at, and what you want to be. It's not a race; take your time and enjoy exploring your options.
  15. Take responsibility for yourself and your actions. Don't look to place the blame on others for your mistakes; own up to them and move on. Being an adult means taking responsibility for everything that happens to you.
  16. Make connections with students in your classes. One of my best students said his technique in the first week of classes was to meet at least one new person in each of his classes. It expanded his network of friends -- and was a crucial resource at times when he had to miss a class.
  17. Find the Career Services Office. Regardless of whether you are entering college as undeclared or have your entire future mapped out, seek out the wonderful professionals in your college's career services office and get started on planning, preparing, and acting on your future.
  18. Don't procrastinate; prioritize your life. It may have been easy in high school to wait until the last minute to complete an assignment and still get a good grade, but that kind of stuff will not work for you in college. Give yourself deadlines -- and stick to them.
  19. Stay healthy/Eat Right. A lot of problems first-year students face can be traced back to an illness that kept them away from classes for an extended period of time that led to a downward spiraling effect. Get enough sleep, take your vitamins, and eat right. If you haven't heard the jokes about college food, you soon will. And without mom or dad there to serve you a balanced meal, you may be tempted to go for those extra fries or cookies. Stay healthy and avoid the dreaded extra "Freshman 15" pounds by sticking to a balanced diet.
  20. Learn to cope with homesickness. It's only natural that there will be times when you miss your family, even if you were one of those kids who couldn't wait to get away. Find a way to deal with those feelings, such as making a phone call or sending some email home.
  21. Stay on campus as much as possible. Whether it's homesickness, a job, or a boyfriend or girlfriend from home, try not to leave campus too soon or too often. The more time you spend on getting to know the campus and your new friends, the more you'll feel at home at school. And why not take advantage of all the cultural and social events that happen on campus?
  22. Seek professional help when you need it. Most colleges have health and counseling centers. If you're sick or feeling isolated or depressed, please take advantage of the many services these offices provide students. You don't have to face these issues by yourself.
  23. Keep track of your money. If you've never had to create a budget, now is the time to do so. Find ways to stretch your money - and as best you can, avoid all those credit card solicitations you'll soon be receiving. The average credit card debt of college grads is staggering.
  24. Don't cut corners. College is all about learning. If you procrastinate and cram, you may still do well on tests, but you'll learn very little. Even worse, don't cheat on term papers or tests.
  25. Be prepared to feel overwhelmed. There's a lot going in your life right now. Expect to have moments where it seems a bit too much. As one student says, be prepared to feel completely unprepared. The trick is knowing that you're not the only one feeling that way.

Read and learn from all these tips.  they will help you succeed throughout college.  Thanks and stay tuned for more.  Here's a little song that I love.  It's called FUCK YOU by Cee Lo Green.  Check it out.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

"Silence in the Sound" A book on the Exxon-Valdez oil spill

Many of you may have heard of the Exxon-Valdez oil spill that occured in Prince William Sound, Alaska, on March 24, 1989, spilling 250,000 to 750,000 barrels of crude oil.  The book "Silence in the Sound" recounts a young women's time helping to clean up the beaches on the coast of Prince William Sound.  Merle Savage the woman who helped clean the crude oil from the beaches was a determined and hard worker, she is also my grandmother.  She also suffers from illnesses caused by the oil which she was breathing in aswell as many other workers from the cleanup crew.  She now helps to raise awarness for the workers that are cleaning the BP oil spill most of which don't wear safety masks and are breathing in toxic chemicals which will have dire health effects down the road.  I'll link her site and here's a couple pics.  Thanks and stay tuned for more updates.

Exxon-Valdez Oil Spill

BP Oil Spill

"Silence in the Sound"  The book

Link to the site

To Purchase