Sunday, March 22, 2009

Wake and bake your traffic!

Hi folks.

I just finished updating my FFA page at
which is a great place for free traffic to any legal cannabis sites. We all need to keep going and support each other through these hard times that are coming up. I have a feeling that a ton of new growers will be springing up. I am not holding my breath for the Obama crowd to just let the farmers start to grow hemp in the U.S. without some fight. It is the right and smart thing to do, but politics being as they are, we know that the right or smart thing to do rarely gets done. In hard times, growers of the smokable cannabis will take more chances to plant and protect their crop so I see more fights breaking out over certian outdoor grows. The cops are going to have their hnds full as it is just dealing with more theft, kidnappings and general ba behaviour from people out of work.
The saying "Idle Hands are the devil's tools" may be applicable.You will see a rise in prostitution and other crimes as people get more desperate. The sad part in all this is it does not have to be this way. With one stroke of the pen, the U.S. economy could be put back on it's feet. All the Feds have to do is make Marijuana legal and then the red tape around hemp would be done away with. Hundreds of thousands if not millions of workers would be back to work ovenight if the
feds would get out of the way of the will of the people. Being Canadian means I am talking about my government too. Grow a brain and some balls folks! Lets just do it and get it done and move on with our lives. This time in history will be seen as the the dark ages when mankind was too stupid and greedy to allow hemp to grow so oil and trees could take it's place, with all the corrutions, illness and polution it has caused. Based on the facts, this should have been turned around befor I was born. I am 47 as I type this. How much older to I have to get before I see some real change?


Thursday, March 12, 2009

Too quiet?

I just came from a site called that is about Cannabis in all forms. This person is putting out a good quality site about this issue. The last article I read triggered something in me. Most people I know use the Internet to get their information now and there is a good reason why the big media papers are going under. They lack a readership base. The people who still read papers as a means of getting information are mostly people like my parents who do not use the computer much except to give and receive email once in blue moon. It is these people, mostly retired who where the main working force during the worst of the propaganda years against the "Demon Weed". Even they have tried the stuff out during the 70's when it looked like it was going to be made legal. Not all of them of course, but enough that they too know that most of this is just bunk. I know than my dad tried it and my mom accidently had a cup of some marijuana coffee I had made when I was a teenager and in my experimental stage. They know first hand the shame of me going to jail for this weed and they also know first hand the breakdown my brother had when he took a high potentcy acid trip. They know the difference between a "safe" drug like pot and a more harmful one as well as they know the harm of the stronger ones. These are the types of people who have been reading the newspaper every day of their live's mostly to get their information. They have a bad taste in their mouth when it comes to drugs, other than what is prescribed by a doctor. They have been indoctrinated for decades and those are the people who respond to papers and have kept them in business this long. Old habits die hard. Most folks under 50 use the Internet to get their information. Till the newspapers finally fold sometime in the near future, the best way to get the message of truth out is online. After that event , the Internet will be the only way of getting information. This assuming a few things like hoping we will have the resources to keep the internet going and we keep governments out of controlling the content on the net. I could be tossed in jail or killed for speaking out against the policies of my government or the polices of other governments, which I do on a regular basis. That is price I may have to pay in the future, but for now I can say what I want. While we still have that freedom, I strongly suggest we use it to keep it. Cannabis is just one issue but it is such a major issue that once it is dealt with then we can move on to bigger a better things. I do not want to be a Hemp advocate for the rest of my life. I want so much change to happen so quickly that there will be no need to even talk about issues around hemp and cannabis in general. We strongly urge everyone to lend your voice and tell others about good sites like 420 and mikecann. Information on the internet is dispersed thinly. It is not concentrated like it is in a newspaper. Keep that in mind when you post a comment or read an article. Speak up.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

4:20 traffic

Hi folks.
Besides being a blogger and hemp advocate I work online as a Professional Psychic and I am marketing my books and other things online. I just started an FFA page called 4:20 traffic. That is a bit of an inside joke , that getting traffic is so easy even a stoner can do it. I welcome your submissions. The link is here at and the main site page is at .

Michael J. Kaer, Author of "What Money Can't Buy" part 1 & 2

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Mike Cann

I am now a subscriber to a site called . Check it out.

Michael J. Kaer, Author of What Money Can't Buy" part 1 & 2