In this episode of Pot Talk Radio we share The Story of Robert Platshorn ~ Black Tuna Diaries
This is a true account of the life of America's most written about marijuana smuggler. Between the accounts of his smuggling adventures, Robert tells his life story. Life as a member of "The South St. Gang", his years as an actor, a famous pitchman, a successful entrepreneur in America and England, Bull Fighter in Spain, TV producer, smuggling pilot, big game fisherman, and the celebrities and villains he met along the way. The last section of the book deals with his twenty-nine years in federal prisons. From the infamous Super-Max at Marion Illinois to Camp Fed in Florida, he takes the reader on a tour of the federal prison system and introduces him to the convicts.
The Need - Virtually all the major activist organizations have neglected this important NATIONAL voting block. California Prop 19 and other initiatives were defeated because those with the GREATEST NEED, seniors, voted 65% against. Even in states that already have legal medical marijuana, most seniors have no idea of the scope of the research and progress that has been made in treating a host of ailments that effect seniors. Millions of seniors could benefit from the use of medical marijuana.
The Goal - To educate and inform seniors on the benefits and exciting discoveries in the medical cannabis field. To encourage activism for legalization and create demand for safe access. Seniors vote and they talk to their representatives.