Monday, 20 October 2008

Okay. That's enough choofing for me. A few days in a row and I'm bored out of my skull with it :) I do, however, in my heretical Christianness reserve the right to smoke a couple of scoobs with some friends every now and then. Once in a blue moon, and it's just plain fun, you know? But me, I can't even smoke my way through a quarter of a gram before losing interest, heh :) Unfortunately, I also can't have it sitting there and not smoke it either. How strange, that propensity is. Much better for me to never have any in the house, and to just enjoy it when I come upon it.

I am happier living in my own reality than without druggish chains to bind me, thank you very much. But oh, I do love how music opens itself up like a flower, after a couple of puffs :) But I dislike how everything is heightened. It is an annoying situation to be randy as hell with no one to share it with, and no desire to go down commonly socially prescribed fuck buddy routes/roots ;) Too much information, you say? Well, yes, it's comments like that which make me feel too vulnerable when I'm on the flipside of openness, hehe ;) But I enjoy being real, however ugly or beautiful that is, to pretend too much. This is what goes on with me. I figure if any of these thoughts and beliefs are not good for me, the first way to discover that is to lay it all out, in the sun. It feels good to be open, almost all of the time. Yes it feels vulnerable too, almost all of the time. It's just the space of vulnerability; I don't know how to do it any different.

I actually don't see any difference between dope and alcohol. Both are pathetic and destructive when leant on. I do find it bizarre, however, that some people who rant and rave on about dope then go off and down a couple of glasses of whatever their favourite brew is and don't even consider the hypocrisy.

Personally, I can't see the difference. Personally, if I had a choice, I would have preferred my dad had smoked dope every day than drank every day. Not that that wouldn't have been shite either, but much more the paranoia of smoking than the belligerence of alcoholically-fuelled tempers.

And while I'm on the topic, since when did making something illegal or legal change the behaviour of humans? All it does is run it underground.

And that's all I have to say about that :)


  1. And while I'm on the topic, since when did making something illegal or legal change the behaviour of humans? All it does is run it underground.

    Very true Sue.

    And I agree....why is drinking alcohol and getting intoxicated an accepted thing? It is pretty hypocritical.

  2. Thanks for daring to comment on this post, Kentster, heh :)

    I just don't understand the hypocrisy, I really don't. You can advertise beer, but you can go to court for owning some dope plants. Right. Whatever.

  3. All things in moderation, including moderation.

    That's my motto. It's good to let go every once in a while.

  4. you know what? thanks for being honest. thanks for letting it all hang out. i, too, LOVE the green. i think it was a purposeful gift from our creator, at the very least, for us artists to make better art. being illegal does not make it any less of a gift. don't make the mistake of thinking god is automatically on the side of "the man."

    thanks for tackling one of the two topics never discussed here in blogland.

  5. Jon - what's the other one?

    Ahh, look, I go through periods where I need to let it all hang in, but most of the time, I figure, I ain't got lots to hide, you know?

    I go backwards and forwards about the ganja issue. I really personally don't feel it is as much a drama as it's made out to be. Reading the propaganda of the 30s, those films they used to show - what a bunch of tossheads, seriously. But yeah, I'm not sure. Maybe now I've spoken of it a bit, I shall speak of it more. maybe we could have a Green Meme :)

    Hae you heard of the people CFC - Christians for Cannabis? there is such a place, you know :)

  6. Dang, I must have missed this post; and what an interesting topic! I stay off the cheeb, because it made me sick back when I was a brave teen and tried it. But at least now we know what Jon is smokin' in his profile pic at Rahab's. Just don't tell Mike ;-)

    Oh and there is a very good brownie recipe that runs around my family....just sayin'.


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