Flipping through the channels yesterday evening and spotted River Phoenix on TCM. Had to pause it there and find out what film it was. It just started and the film was “Running on Empty”. The film was very well done! A powerful story of Family, Love, Talent, and the will to let go. River Phoenix was only 17 years in the movie. His acting was incredible!! In the film, one of my favorite songs is played a few times- “Fire and Rain” by James Taylor!! #riverphoenix#acting#runningonempty#films#classics#tcm#talent#love#family#emotional#young#fireandrain#jamestaylor
“A man can toss a toothbrush, a razor and a clean shirt into a small bag and take off for the four corners of the earth. A woman’s whole personality is in a suitcase.”
a very young ginger aboard the 20th Century Limited | undated.
Videos explaining how my life got sabotaged by the "justice system" all while Instagram willingly helped by providing "evidence" of my marijuana use despite no crimes being committed coming soonish. Does anyone really care? Since my story is extremely relevant to American culture, I've tried reaching out to mainstream news outlets and even via DM to people like @joerogan to get my story out on a large scale because what happened to me is scary as hell and can happen to anyone who smokes weed legally in their state and also legally owns guns. Guess what? Apparently, they don't give a shit. Why is nobody talking about this issue? @thejoeroganexperience seems way too busy interviewing scientists to help out a fan with an important story to share. Ohh and by the way, I like Tupac as much as much as the next guy but anyone who says "only God can judge me" was obviously never in the position of potentially spending years behind bars courtesy of one of our fine federal judges. I remember sitting handcuffed & shackled outside the courtroom thinking Tupac's quote is bullshit and wondering if the judge I got assigned to my case was going to let me out with time served or decide I needed more time in prison. The statement our federal government wants to make is clear: medical marijuana patients should not be permitted to own firearms in the U.S.
I legit have PTSD concerning law enforcement now after everything they put me through. They treated me like I was a violent criminal since day one. Isn't it innocent until proven guilty in this country? In my experience law enforcement don't serve or protect anyone but their own self interests & if it were up to our current government, they'd get rid of the 2nd Amendment. Think about it, why else would they take the right to own firearms away from every single convicted felon regardless of their case? Speaking of guns, I've recently learned that military doctors are now prescribing medical marijuana and MDMA to soldiers suffering from PTSD. Fucking hilariously ironic. I respect our military and what they do for this country, but soldiers are federal employees who own guns, are they not? Sheeeit 🤔😂
My federal mugshot.
They put me in prison because I claimed that I wasn't a "habitual user of marijuana" on a federal form.
Save yourselves! According to the prosecution, I'm a danger to the community! 🖕🏼😂🖕🏼
⚠️ P.S. ⚠️
☢Caution to all who are Cannabis friendly on social media:
Instagram cooperated with the ATF by allowing them to use my photos, memes, videos, captions and even hashtags against me in court. I physically saw the legal documents where Instagram permitted ATF to access and use my feed without my consent despite no crimes ever being committed. Fuck Instagram. Based on my experience the ATF are hypocrites, they are not heroic people and justice is completely irrelevant to them... I still can't believe that they don't go after dangerous criminals or fucking terrorists and leave regular law abiding citizens like me in peace. FYI: this case was about me (a California legal user of medical marijuana) filling out ATF paperwork "incorrectly" when I was legally applying for ownership of a third firearm because I checked "No" that I wasn't a "habitual user of marijuana". I had already passed the background check and already legally in possession of the firearm in question by the time they arrested me, but even after investigating me extensively they found nothing else they could charge me with other than possession of marijuana while simultaneously legally owning firearms. The ATF doesn't support medical marijuana patients owning firearms. No real crimes were committed or prevented folks. My charge: Felony providing false information on a federal form in acquisition of a firearm. WTF
True story. "I'll Keep You In Mind Though" ..isn't that what they say during job interviews when you have absolutely zero chance of getting the job? 🤔😂
Or am I wrong to assume that? Please leave your opinions in the comments if you care to ✌☺✌