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BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#24 Nov 8, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text> Your hopeless!
It's, you are or you're......just sayin'.....
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#25 Nov 8, 2013
WpWw wrote:
<quoted text>no but I think you're uncle Shepard is on something (go figure).. And too bad us whites really didn't kill you, maybe someday you'll answer your door and get shot multiple times and become another statistic... If this guy finally admitted to smoking cracked (the black man's drug) can you finally admit to us that your really a white skin head that just wants to make the black community look dumb.
Yes, "crack" is the black man's drug........now whites are smoking it.
Hemp was the red man's drug..........now whites have storefronts that sell it.
Heroine once the yellow man's drug.......now whites die daily from over indulgence(use by all other races dramatically declined in the 70's)

But I've got to give it to you people's industrious nature; you have Meth. Which, with exceptions, no other race will mess with.

Maybe the Mexicans, which are the largest producers of all four, are on to something......and you people complain about NAFTA.

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#26 Nov 8, 2013
BlackyBlack wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, "crack" is the black man's drug........now whites are smoking it.
Hemp was the red man's drug..........now whites have storefronts that sell it.
Heroine once the yellow man's drug.......now whites die daily from over indulgence(use by all other races dramatically declined in the 70's)
But I've got to give it to you people's industrious nature; you have Meth. Which, with exceptions, no other race will mess with.
Maybe the Mexicans, which are the largest producers of all four, are on to something......and you people complain about NAFTA.
Hemp was never the red man's anything. It is an old world plant.
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#27 Nov 8, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text> Hemp was never the red man's anything. It is an old world plant.
Old World hemp = rope, textile, paper
New World hemp = puff, puff give. Like I said Redman's drug.

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#28 Nov 8, 2013
BlackyBlack wrote:
<quoted text>
Old World hemp = rope, textile, paper
New World hemp = puff, puff give. Like I said Redman's drug.
It is not Redman's drug. It was brought here from Eurasia/Africa. The Native Americans have no cultural link to Cannabis. As an intoxicant it was used originally by people of the Indian sub-continent. That is where the original strains of the Cannabis Indica (Indian Hemp) variety were cultivated for intoxicating effects. Sorry, no such thing as New World hemp.
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#31 Nov 9, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>It is not Redman's drug. It was brought here from Eurasia/Africa. The Native Americans have no cultural link to Cannabis. As an intoxicant it was used originally by people of the Indian sub-continent. That is where the original strains of the Cannabis Indica (Indian Hemp) variety were cultivated for intoxicating effects. Sorry, no such thing as New World hemp.
May 1607, "hempe" was among the crops Gabriel Archer observed being cultivated by the natives at the main Powhatan village, where Richmond, Virginia is now situated;[92] and in 1613, Samuell Argall reported wild hemp "better than that in England" growing along the shores of the upper Potomac. As early as 1619, the first Virginia House of Burgesses passed an Act requiring all planters in Virginia to sow "both English and Indian" hemp on their plantations.[93] The Puritans are first known to have cultivated hemp in New England in 1645.

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#32 Nov 10, 2013
BlackyBlack wrote:
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May 1607, "hempe" was among the crops Gabriel Archer observed being cultivated by the natives at the main Powhatan village, where Richmond, Virginia is now situated;[92] and in 1613, Samuell Argall reported wild hemp "better than that in England" growing along the shores of the upper Potomac. As early as 1619, the first Virginia House of Burgesses passed an Act requiring all planters in Virginia to sow "both English and Indian" hemp on their plantations.[93] The Puritans are first known to have cultivated hemp in New England in 1645.
Sorry Rhonda, the white man brought hemp to the New World. It is not at all native to the Americas. It is not the "Redmans" anything. Your evidence does not prove your false claim. Go search it and you will see.

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#33 Nov 10, 2013
Also Rhonda, the early settlers had a habit of naming new plants(to them) after similar looking or similarly used plants in the Americas. The Native Americans grew nettle's for fiber and they would often be labeled hemps by whites, though they are not. Other examples would be wild rice(not at all rice) and wild carrot (not a carrot).
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#34 Nov 11, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
Also Rhonda, the early settlers had a habit of naming new plants(to them) after similar looking or similarly used plants in the Americas. The Native Americans grew nettle's for fiber and they would often be labeled hemps by whites, though they are not. Other examples would be wild rice(not at all rice) and wild carrot (not a carrot).
Agreed
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#35 Nov 11, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry Rhonda, the white man brought hemp to the New World. It is not at all native to the Americas. It is not the "Redmans" anything. Your evidence does not prove your false claim. Go search it and you will see.
Nothing to be sorry about.
Humans aren't native to the America yet, they were here before the white man.
Are you going to take credit for bringing them here to?
Plants and animals with close ties to species that are found in Asia.
Some way or how, found their way to the Americas. Cannabis being among them.

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#36 Nov 11, 2013
BlackyBlack wrote:
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Nothing to be sorry about.
Humans aren't native to the America yet, they were here before the white man.
Are you going to take credit for bringing them here to?
Plants and animals with close ties to species that are found in Asia.
Some way or how, found their way to the Americas. Cannabis being among them.
You're so effing off. Cannabis was not here before the arrival of post-Columbus white people. What the first part is trying to say is incoherent so I will ignore it. There is no Cannabis relative native to the America's. I have no idea where you get this notion from. Why are you convinced of this.
Cannabis Sativa: Native to the Mediterranean and North African area
Cannabis Indica: Native to the Indian Sub-Continent
Cannabis Ruderalis: Native to Siberia and Central Asian mountains
Cannabis native to the Americas none.
Cannabis naturalized in the Americas before the arrival of Christobal Colon, none
Traditional cultural link of Cannabis to Native-Americans, none.
If you want when I go to the reservation this week to sell some pelts I can have a native tell you too.

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#37 Nov 11, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>You're so effing off. Cannabis was not here before the arrival of post-Columbus white people. What the first part is trying to say is incoherent so I will ignore it. There is no Cannabis relative native to the America's. I have no idea where you get this notion from. Why are you convinced of this.
Cannabis Sativa: Native to the Mediterranean and North African area
Cannabis Indica: Native to the Indian Sub-Continent
Cannabis Ruderalis: Native to Siberia and Central Asian mountains
Cannabis native to the Americas none.
Cannabis naturalized in the Americas before the arrival of Christobal Colon, none
Traditional cultural link of Cannabis to Native-Americans, none.
If you want when I go to the reservation this week to sell some pelts I can have a native tell you too.
Judge it all you want I'm right. Any and all data supports what I said.

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#38 Nov 11, 2013
The Native-Americans did not grow hemp.

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#39 Nov 11, 2013

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#40 Nov 11, 2013
BlackyBlack

Rochester, NY

#41 Nov 11, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>You're so effing off. Cannabis was not here before the arrival of post-Columbus white people. What the first part is trying to say is incoherent so I will ignore it. There is no Cannabis relative native to the America's. I have no idea where you get this notion from. Why are you convinced of this.
Cannabis Sativa: Native to the Mediterranean and North African area
Cannabis Indica: Native to the Indian Sub-Continent
Cannabis Ruderalis: Native to Siberia and Central Asian mountains
Cannabis native to the Americas none.
Cannabis naturalized in the Americas before the arrival of Christobal Colon, none
Traditional cultural link of Cannabis to Native-Americans, none.
If you want when I go to the reservation this week to sell some pelts I can have a native tell you too.
No one is saying the plant is native.
The white man didn't discover the America's. The "data supports" that Asians and North Africans made land fall when Europeans were still living in caves...maybe not that far back. But thousand of years before.
The point is, cannabis was here before the white man.

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#42 Nov 11, 2013
BlackyBlack wrote:
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No one is saying the plant is native.
The white man didn't discover the America's. The "data supports" that Asians and North Africans made land fall when Europeans were still living in caves...maybe not that far back. But thousand of years before.
The point is, cannabis was here before the white man.
Well for starters, no it was not. I also said it was not native nor naturalized before Columbus. There is no evidence ever of it being here before that5 time. It is a scientifically accepted fact. The Native-Americans knew nothing of it before then. There was a marijuana activist who proposed the Indians had it but he has been proven false. His assumption was based on descriptions by early Europeans of the nettle's. The Native-Americans taught Europeans to smoke tobacco. It was then adapted by Europeans to hemp who then introduced pot smoking back to them and also to the rest of the Old World (smoking anything as we consider it today was not custom anywhere in the old world before Columbus). Yes there is much evidence that Asians sailed the Pacific to South America before Columbus( not when Whites were in caves though) but no evidence of established settlements. Only expeditionary trips which they would be bringing survival supplies on not colonizing goods such as hemp seeds. There is some also evidence that African's made it to Brazil based on coins found at sights. However it is not definitive proof of such because said coins were being used by traders from all over the Mediterranean area. It could have been Greeks, Arabs , Africans,. No one is sure. Anyhow the same thing applies. They did not establish themselves here. Do some research and give it a rest.
P.S. Even if those groups naturalized it here first (which they did not) it still would not be the Native-Americans drug. As it was the real Indians and Arabs who used it long long before even that. You're flat out wrong about it.

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