Part II of: TMDS Declares May Med MJ Month!
I'll start with TBI's, and most BI's see life usually more 'gingerly' thru small amounts of marijuana intake. If you've never experienced a Traumatic Brain Injury, then you have to take out word for it. If not? Go experiencing you're own TBI is an option, or with an open mind (weed or no weed) listen to the guests, and be a caller. Tonight is your night to express your opinion on the positives of Medical Marijuana. Patient Rights tops my list, not the buzz.
I mean, if a buzz felt required by my inner soul any more, I can sit, duck my head, spin it real fast over and over and I will guarentee you I will catch a bigger buzz than you could ever imagine, or want. So, I won't proceed witht he demenstration. Take a toke to calm my nerves, slow the focus (so I have some focus) and enjoy the moment? You bet ya. Privately? People don't enject daily insulin shots in public do they?
Ms. Sue Root, mother of TBI Survivor Amy Root will join us again, God allowing so. Amy had a rough week, but could she of use Med MJ to calm her siezures? Not in Florida. Besides, I dunno, but her Mother thinks so. And Doctors and friends. THE Honorable Kevin Phillips, host of WTF on this network joins us, giving a military aspect on Med MJ. The Marine may surprise ya! NORML is in the fold, as I've been in contact with the Indiana Chapter and National Chapter in D.C. Looks positive (I like positive) for a call. An extended offer goes out still to Montel Williams for the 25th Memorial Gala, still awaiting a reply. But Sue's been hard at work, as is Debbie Wilson, who is away this week at a Conference on Patient Rights. Debbie will return next week, and will ROCK as always.
Sam Way, where are you? I best call Canada
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