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Jan 29, 2014
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Let's see some proof of this Stone Dancer blessing Doug.
¿Someone say dancers?
¿Someone say dancers?

Or do you simply change wardrobe
Tom-onator
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There are more stories of North American legend than any other culture. Check out Section E96 (North American Myths and legend) in University Libraries. Many writers and artists came over and recorded these stories. Crazy Horse wore a stone given to him by a Medicine Man called Ice. Stones are called Tunkan or Grandfather because they are ageless. Not only in North America. In Norse legend Odin escaped through a "Odin stone" when pursued by some even more powerful force. The Stone of Scone. The Oneda people are called the people of the upright stones. Nope there isn't anything in North America that touches Medicine Stones.

The Rain Dance starts
The Rain Dance starts




more Rain Dance info
more Rain Dance info


Yup once in Colorado I'll dance down those Prohibition laws for good.
More Media on Stone Dance
More Media on Stone Dance
Doug Pederson SpectateSwamp
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So let me get this straight, you get stoned by smoking through a stone?

Mind:blown
chuffnugget
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Doug Pederson SpectateSwamp wrote:
There are more stories of North American legend than any other culture. Check out Section E96 (North American Myths and legend) in University Libraries. Many writers and artists came over and recorded these stories. Crazy Horse wore a stone given to him by a Medicine Man called Ice. Stones are called Tunkan or Grandfather because they are ageless. Not only in North America. In Norse legend Odin escaped through a "Odin stone" when pursued by some even more powerful force. The Stone of Scone. The Oneda people are called the people of the upright stones. Nope there isn't anything in North America that touches Medicine Stones. Yup once in Colorado I'll dance down those Prohibition laws for good.


What is this idiocy? First, there is no such thing as "North American Culture." The indigenous peoples of North America did not have a single, uniform culture. There were hundreds of different tribes each with their own unique languages, legends arts and identities.

Second, just because the collection in your local University Library has a larger selection of Native American legends, doesn't mean there are more of them than of other cultures. The number of legends or myths of any given culture are uncountable.

Finally, wtf does it matter who has "more"? What is this, some kind of "my daddy can beat up your daddy" nonsense?
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Jan 30, 2014
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David Sahalie wrote:
So let me get this straight, you get stoned by smoking through a stone? Mind:blown

Whoooah! Yeah... much more ingenious than clay, corn-cob, or wood.
I bet it removes the toxins and balances the chi.

the biggest roadblock in the way of legalization is the public perception that mj turns people into blithering freakazoid idiots, and a few select people on this thread are giving that argument support.
Tony B
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D.Buffum wrote:
What is this idiocy?


Zod.
Zod.


"Why do you say this to me when you know I will kill you for it?"
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The Donger
Bring dem shits, Doug! Dance down Babylon! Long Duk Dong
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the man was smart
Maybe Joseph Smith lied about his use of the stone


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Leashless bliss. 3 points of contact
Doug Pederson SwampWeedSmoker wrote:
Yup once in Colorado I'll dance down those Prohibition laws for good.

Can you long distance dance down a wicked Albuquerque low for your pals here in el paso county?
I'd love to see 4 to 6 feet of snow on my doorstep sent from the self proclaimed shaman of showers.

Doug Pederson SwampWeedSmoker wrote:
-You can toke in the shower or rain by lightly cupping your hand over the burn chamber

Please explain to us why you have to get high in the shower
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C'mon. We all knew eventually the one with the biggest mouth would end up looking the worst.
Seriously Doug, to protect any value you added to this conversation in regards to the benefits of herb you may want to STFU from here on out. Smokin in the shower. Get a woman dude, they are a lot more fun in the shower.
s.price
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s.price wrote:
C'mon. We all knew eventually the one with the biggest mouth would end up looking the worst. Seriously Doug, to protect any value you added to this conversation in regards to the benefits of herb you may want to STFU from here on out. Smokin in the shower. Get a woman dude, they are a lot more fun in the shower.


Like Duh. Pot is illegal most places. You don't want the smell of Marijuana; that will cause you trouble. This is the last toke you can have before going out.

If it starts raining, you don't need to scurry inside like a fradi-cat
Doug Pederson SpectateSwamp
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Doug Pederson SoggyWeedintheShowerSmoker wrote:
Like Duh. Pot is illegal most places. You don't want the smell of Marijuana; that will cause you trouble. This is the last toke you can have before going out. If it starts raining, you don't need to scurry inside like a fradi-cat

Two words dougie: Binaca
Tom-onator
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Tom-o Sapien wrote:
Two words dougie: Binaca


Lol, binaca cant mask the permeated stench of skunk on everything he owns.
T Roper
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D.Buffum wrote:
What is this idiocy? ...wtf does it matter who has "more"? What is this, some kind of "my daddy can beat up your daddy" nonsense?

More like "my daddy can Bogart more bowls than your daddy can."
Jaundice Joe's passion and fervor are only bested by his idiocy. Remember this is a cereal troll that randomly joins forums to spam his tokin stones. I'm willing to bet he's never climbed anything more than a couple flights of stairs. I may be wrong, but seriously doubt it.
Tom-onator
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The standard test for nicotine dependancy... but you know, it would probably be well applied to other puffs.

uclahealth.org/workfiles/smoke... test for dependancy

They might need to add:
Can you make it down the street from your car to work without a puff?
Yes (0)
No (1)
Not even in a rainstorm>
Yes, if it is raining (0)
No (9)

How about a shower, can you get through a morning shower without sparking?
Yes (0)
Yes, but I had to think about it for a minute (4)
No, If I can't hold my breath that long, I need to spark. (9)
Tony B
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Can't be much worse than getting advice from a health care system ran by pharmaceutical and insurance industries. Long Duk Dong
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MC Poopypants wrote:
Can't be much worse than getting advice from a health care system ran by pharmaceutical and insurance industries.


excellent reply
T Roper
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MC Poopypants wrote:
Can't be much worse than getting advice from a health care system ran by pharmaceutical and insurance industries.

Agreed. That's why I get mine from a doctor, not an HMO. (shudder)
Tony B
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Teams in the Stoner Bowl XLVIII will be awarded copies of "The Stone"

For medicinal purposes of course
Doug Pederson SpectateSwamp
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Dancing Doug Pederson SwollenProstrateSwamp wrote:
Teams in the Stoner Bowl XLVIII will be awarded copies of "The Stone" For medicinal purposes of course

Doug!
I miss you when you don't write.
We had a total if about 6" of snow at the house over the last couple of storms. Was that your doings? You missed the mark a little bit but I'm grateful for the moisture.
Tom-onator
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I appreciate the feedback. It has honed my marijuana / ToKin Stone story.

forum.grasscity.com/general/12...

I like this forum it does a slide show of my media from over the years.

For anybody that is worried that I may be giving Stoners a bad name. I challenge them to produce any computer techie that can match my #1 and #2 computer programs of all time. Bring your friends forward and I'll put them in their place as far as "sharing knowledge" with computers. Nope they won't hold a candle to ole Spectate
Doug Pederson SpectateSwamp
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Feb 3, 2014
'You can give "pets" or "friends" a nose toke with the stone. Great for medical patients or calming wild beasts'

Have you considered a reality TV show? I'm seeing a whole new cannibis entertainment industry. My people will contact your people.
chuffnugget
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Feb 6, 2014
Almost Heaven nothing... this IS Heaven.  Climbing...
A picture is worth a thousand words.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Ronin
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I seriously doubt that putting any form of weed oil on that babies pacifier cured it's cancer. Locker
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Feb 6, 2014
I see I'm a little late on joining into this discussion, but I will just say that the book "Smoke Signals" chronicles the history of weed, both culturally and medicinally very well and provides huge amount of research that has happened over the last 100 years that can be hard to find online. Much of it has been done in other countries, but is nonetheless useful and certainly crazy! There are documented cases of injections of cannabis extracts being put into tumors and having them degrade from the inside out! Just saying, that is a good source if anybody is interested. Climb hard take chances! LLubchenco
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