Tokes on the Porch Returns to Herby’s Garden – Choogle on #56

Part two (see Dopefiend.co.uk for Tokes on the Dopecast: Field Trip to Herby’s Secret Garden) features another visit to Herby’s secret garden of Purple Kush, Magik and OG. Along with Dopefiend, Uncle Weed enjoys stories of roaches in Mexico, tips for cooking cannabis, tales from Wreck beach, and comedienne Watermelon’s bust plus lots of growing details, tips and ganja strain comparison from this hobby garden. Uncle Weed’s al fresco supper at Vancouver’s secret-treat Art Gallery cafe before Marc Emery’s speech at Joey Shithead’s Band of Rebels gig.

Tokes on the Porch Returns to Herby’s Garden – Choogle on #56 (64MB, 1:18, .mp3)

Return to Herby's Garden

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Bev Davies shots of Band of Rebels

On stage at the Plaza, Dec 6, 2008

Randy Rampage joins Joe Shithead and his Band of Rebels on stage Dec 6 at the Plaza

Tokes on the Dopecast: Field Trip to Herby’s Secret Garden

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Music:

New Riders of the Purple Sage – Henry (live)
The Ferry Changes Tack – lyrics DT Olson, music B. Rees, performed by Bread
People Power – Joe Shithead Keithley’s Band of Rebels (recorded live at Plaza Club)
Don’t Keep it a Secret – Phat Sidy Smokehouse
Lighthouses – Burner Boys
Stalk of Sensimellia

Field Recordings by DT Olson:
St. Patrick’s Day 2007 Vancouver
Parade of Lost Souls 2007 Vancouver
Clayton the Seabus Busker (Tonight, Ramones)
Oh Canada at Vancouver City Hall, 2006

Michelle Rainey, Marc Emery, and Greg Williams No Extradition for the BC3! NEW! “No Extradition” folded pamphlet PDF files — download page one and page two, then print and distribute copies everywhere! Phone (613) 957-4222, the Canadian Justice Department, and tell the Minister of Justice it would “shock your conscience” if Canadians Marc Emery, Greg Williams and Michelle Rainey were extradited to the United States, especially when a monetary fine of $200 for selling seeds, not jail time, was determined to be adequate punishment by the BC Supreme Court (R. vs. Hunter, 2000). If Canadians have broken the law in Canada, they should be given justice in Canada — and if they cannot be found guilty in Canada, they should not be extradited to any other country for those same charges.

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