Wednesday, September 30, 2015



Temecula, CA – What is the state of marijuana today?

That would depend on who you ask. It is important however, to realize that most people believe our world is LxWxH, x,y, and z, or past, present, and future. In the reality I know, the world is made of The Real, The Symbolic, and The Imaginary. Because of this construct the single day event will yield a series of reports detailing the true state of marijuana today, and pot isn't just bustin' out in the United States. Mary Jane Green is spreading across the globe, much the same as any great idea spreads – one bud at a time.

Since cannabis is a complex issue, and one with a very long history we begin our The State of Marijuana Conference series held in Santa Monica last Saturday by asking the basic question put forth by Deborah Peterson Small, executive director of Break The Chains. She addressed a small intimate diverse group of 11 sitting in a half circle sitting in front of her. 'With hundreds of people of color still being arrested daily but gatherings like this which feature entrepreneurs sometimes making millions, like Weedmaps, is marijuana a movement [to end people getting imprisoned for using a proven God given plant] or an industry, young, growing, and offering opportunity? If an industry, why then are people of color still getting arrested while white businessmen are allowed to operate?' 

Ms. Small, a lawyer and social justice advocate whose son works at BofA for spite, gave us her 3 reasons for this which will be listed later in this report, but we of my reading audience who reside in the wings of Shakespeare's Stage, have to do an 'aside' here, for you see, Ms. Small was given 'trash time', a term used by my civic board cousin when informed of the speaker's topic by me the next day. It's called 'trash time' because the staff are starting to clean up and the majority of the conference attendees are already enjoying themselves elsewhere. Was this a slight oversight? Yes. Was it deliberate? No, but it was telling.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Lake Elsinore: Domestic dispute results in car submerged in the lake and a man arrested

Lake Elsinore, California - On September 27, 2015, at 6:24 AM, officers were dispatched to the area of East Lakeshore Drive and Townsend Street reference a report of a vehicle observed leaving the
roadway and entering Lake Elsinore. At 6:26 AM, officers arrived at the location and were unable to locate the vehicle.

Through further investigation, officers learned an ongoing domestic dispute had been occurring at a nearby residence. The dispute began the previous evening and ended when the suspect, later identified as Lyle Joseph Howard (age 28 and transient), took his girlfriend's rental car without her permission.

Upon returning to the residence this morning, Howard and the victim continued the dispute. Howard responded by placing the vehicle in drive. The unoccupied vehicle then traveled down the roadway and into the nearby lake. Although a search of the area was conducted, the vehicle could not be located.

Temecula: One woman dies in collision, two others injured

Temecula, Ca - On Friday, September 25, 2015, at 9:48 AM, officers from the Temecula Police Department responded to a single vehicle traffic collision on Vail Ranch Parkway, south of Johnston Drive. It was reported a gray Mazda sedan collided with a tree at the above location. Officers arrived on scene and found three people inside the vehicle. 

The driver, was not breathing and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The driver has been identified as Francoise Kershaw, 25 years old of Temecula. The passengers inside the vehicle, a male adult and a female adult, sustained major injuries and were transported to a local hospital for treatment.

Sunday, September 27, 2015



Temecula, CA – For lo these many years we have been told countless times in commercial after commercial by the nation's leading canned tuna company, StarKist, that no matter what he did, Charley, like so many blacks that weren't tuna, just wasn't good enough.

Charley could go to school, drive a better car, buy a better house, become a blond, get in shape, move to a new side of town, get a different wife, go to the right church even, but nothing was ever going to change Starkist from saying, “Sorry Charley, only the 'best' tuna.”

Now we know, like that infamous Vienna anthropological study that 'proved' black people were inferior to white people, it was all a lie. Charley was always good enough; he just weighed too much. Seems the fishy people over at StarKist were only packing the thinnest tuna and lying about the can weight.

Well Sports Fans, Charley went out and hired the firm of Fett & Fett, and they put their best man on the case. The national brand, of course, denied any wrongdoing much like Dick Cheney, but agreed to offer past consumers a choice of either $25 in cash [check] or $50 in cans of tuna through a national claim offer available until November 2015.

Saturday, September 26, 2015



Temecula, CA – When you look at the credentials of the three assemblymen who crafted AB266, you see people who are civil-minded and out to serve the public good, but everything looks good on paper. Never forget that everything Hitler did was legal and he never personally pushed one Jew into an oven. Were those millions of other Germans deemed evil or just buying in to a system of accepted beliefs?

Fast Eddy states the obvious about AB266; the people who want to control a medical patient's dosage have no understanding of marijuana because they don't use it. Since cannabis can be utilized in a hundred different ways and in a hundred separate products in each different way, why doesn't the government simply tax the products that will come from cannabis instead of patients with stoners? Don't places like Colorado make millions more than they anticipate in pot tax revenue? Why tax the plant? The farmer doesn't pay the government to grow corn for Kellogg's, does he?

To understand the ancient historical of 'why' to these questions, order Memoirs and read Ch 20, but the most recent reveal on America shows the man credited with 'discovering' the place set the pace, and that is the prevalent mindset existing right up to today with corporate person-hood, money as speech and the way of governments. Remember, the Bible tells us that there are just two kinds of people in the world. Most people who salute the flag and carry the Bible would say the same thing. But what would the birds say? After the jump, what the birds heard and saw when two different worlds met, the civilized, orderly, controlled world and the savage, free, Paradise. Columbus' own words echo today.

Friday, September 25, 2015



Temecula, CA - For as long as I have lived here in this valley, there has been two separate and independent frames of mind concerning marijuana. The mainstream and Christian view has always been negative, while the progressive view more underground and secretive, reminiscent of the early fishers of men who drew a sign of a fish.

Though you can pick up a copy of Memoirs of Mr. Pete & Mary Jane Green, the exploits of the man who legitimized Mary Jane by bestowing the Christian last name of Green, to find the more ancient hidden tie-in to the aforementioned First Century group, presented here for the first time to the citizens, the Christians, and the City Councils of the valley's cities, is the pedigree of marijuana. This proof isn't for us MMJs to prove our point, for you see [and can read] this is something we users knew all along. This is also why we desist your efforts to control something which you know nothing about. That you do this for money, well, you can sort that out with God, Gen 1:11, 29-30 for free]. All items below come with clinical study links.

Early Onset Pot Use Isn’t Associated With Adverse Outcomes in Adulthood
Kids who experiment with weed are far less likely than non-users to be healthy and successful adults. So says the conventional wisdom. But new science says otherwise. Investigators from the Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Rutgers University prospectively examined whether male subjects who consumed cannabis between the ages of 15 and 26 differed in terms of socioeconomic, social, and life satisfaction outcomes by their mid-30s as compared to those who were either abstinent or only consumed it sparingly.

After controlling for potential confounders, such as the use of alcohol and other illicit substances, researchers reported that pot consuming subjects– including those who used the substance habitually – were generally “not at a heightened risk for maladjustment in adulthood.”

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Vista Murrieta High School Jazz band to host 'Club Blue' jazz and dinner event

A note from the Vista Murrieta High School band program:

Greetings everyone!

I'd like to take a moment to tell all of you about a brand new, exciting jazz event we'll be hosting on the evening of Friday, October 2nd from 7:00-9:00 PM.

That night we'll be transforming the MPR into a jazz club called Club Blue! Our jazz club will be complete with a stage, professional lighting, a delicious catered dinner, a full wait staff, and great music. Each of our three jazz ensembles will perform throughout the evening dressed in formal attire - this event will be unlike anything our school has ever done!

 Here is what's on the menu for our full table service dinner:



Hello Football Fans,

The fireworks started early this year, and I'm not talking about the Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul (JPP).  Are some NFL teams in playoff limbo already, even though it has only been two weeks?  And in college, what about the SEC West?


The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Temecula Valley Music Awards showcase at The Cove, Murrieta California

Murrieta, Ca - We are here tonight to check out local Temecula Valley band, Grass. Grass is fronted by John Lane. His band are entrants in this year's Temecula Valley Music Awards competition, with their original song 'Sailing the Venus'. The Temecula Valley Music Awards benefit local school music programs in our area, founded by Tim Moyer. 

Grass has a great 'Phish' type jam band feel to their music and stage performance. Improvisation flowed from guitar to bass to drums throughout the bands 30 minute set. To be honest, I could have rocked out for quite some time longer! 

On the food side, our server was Brittany, a very nice young woman with cool tattoos. We bought a some of their homemade chips, with a side of honey mustard. Very tasty chips indeed, the Ketel One and cranberry was smooth - all together a mighty refreshing treat.

Overall, a very nice evening with wonderful music. Make sure to check out The Cove ( for food and drink; Grass ( for great jams. Grass has an upcoming show at Baileys Old Town Temecula on October 25th at 5pm. No cover charge - just good tunes and more great food.

INTERVIEW COFFEE – The Ryan Bros Coffee Review, sort of

“Life is too short to be bitter”

Temecula, CA - With the present state of gloomy politics, it's easy to overlook this story's subtitle in your daily grind, unless you stop by Ryan Bros Coffee and Wine Bistro. There you can discover that 'Life is too short to be bitter' especially if you have no problem with a sweet tooth.

The reason this story is called 'interview coffee' is because for that first interview, you want to feel special, on top of it and roll in glowing as the model to the right illustrates. A look at the selection of coffee styles and espresso drinks certainly gives you the impression that Ryan Bros Coffee will do just that. My friend AJ validated this perception by stating that Ryan Bros was better tasting than Starbucks and possibly better in price. In fact, the 'life's too short...' slogan is actually about their coffee. So I can 'sort of' give you a review about that.

Yes, Sports Fans. This is one of my old time 'sort of ' reviews. For you new readers, a 'sort of ' review is a overall review based on a sampling in one specific category. And being next door to the old Chipotle location, I 'sort of 'knew about Ryan Bros being there. One day recently while gathering research on another story, I decided to drop in to Ryan Bros. with my friend AJ, the coffee drinker.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015



Temecula, CA - The subject on every patient's mind is the same one at the heart of AMMA's lawsuit against the California legistaure, the statue of Prop 215 and it's 20 year long protection for medical marijuana. It was a landmark decision when it occurred and the nation stopped to give pause, as something Jack Herer would later predict to me, came to pass [see page 267*].

Today a new bill, crafted by 4 state assemblymen, threatens to undo what Prop 215 did. Three of the four authors of AB266 have signed on to headline the second State of Marijuana conference happening this coming Saturday in Santa Monica. Your Temecula Calendar will be there. After the jump, a look at the speaker list and then a look at the 3 Assemblymen who co-sponsored the trio of bills set to put Mary Jane Green in chains.

“Following the success of last year's sold out event, the State of Marijuana returns for a second year to bring you another exclusive conversation on the marijuana industry and marijuana policy in this critical time lead-up to 2016. Whether you are an entrepreneur, advocate, or spectator, this event will provide exclusive networking and key insights into the cannabis political environment, medical marijuana research, business strategies, and new technologies innovating the industry. Be a part of the conversation. Learn and experience the future of marijuana in California and beyond.” - SOMJ

To learn more about the event and to buy your tickets visit:


Monday, September 21, 2015



Temecula, CA – Quietly and without much local fanfare that I've seen [but even I don't see everything], a restaurant has opened in Temecula that I can recommend to all my food activist friends like John Diaz and Zen Honeycutt [Moms Across America]. Without a cheesy, cutesy gimmick name, it is simply called the Burger Lounge and the single l ocal location is the first one outside of LA or SD, which have 6 and 8 locations respectively. OC and LV, you're next.

Located in the old Starbucks spot in the Trader Joe's/Fed Ex strip mall across from The Mall, the modern styled hip restaurant serves old-fashioned food, that is non-GMO, grass-fed beef, sodas that contain no HFCS with free refills, and cook their sides in 100% GMO free Sunflower oil. Even the ketchup used there is listed as Organic, something I have only seen at one local eatery here.

Besides the delicious food and drinks available from the Burger Lounge, the staff, all young and bright-eyed, are eager to explain what's available and proud of the quality food served, as they should be. You won't see any 'stuffed tomatoes' or muffin tops that frequent places like some buffets in the hometown, but you will find plenty of items that are appealing, including some temporary sandwiches like the lamb burger which is being featured currently.

My partner man-about-town, AJ, went with me as we had lunch there on the last holiday weekend. This is our report.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Temecula Food Scene: a tasty new place to Thai

Ubon Thai

The family and I went and checked out this new Thai place in Temecula the other day. We were there on their third day open during their soft opening week. It is located at 27300 Jefferson Avenue in Temecula, a location that used to be a variety of different things over the years.
It was a Dairy Queen, a Mexican food place, a farmhouse burger place. In my opinion none of them compare.

Upon entering this new restaurant I was immediately shocked by the decor, this place looked absolutely nothing like the previous tenants - all of which I had tried at least once. They have completely remodeled the building on the inside - with new seating, very modern cool looking decor AND you cannot see the kitchen at all. Robert Irvine would be proud. After a moment to take in all of the new changes, I was greeted by a nice woman with a very cheery demeanor.

We were quickly seated and brought tall glasses of ice water and I ordered hot tea. My daughter tried Thai tea for the first time, having tried it at other places I also sampled it and it was indeed yummy.
We started out with vegetarian Thai egg rolls. They were crispy, decent sized but not too big and had great flavor. They were accompanied by sweet and sour sauce, but not a generic sweet one, it was rather tasty, I actually used some of it.



Temecula, CA – Today at 5PM the doors will open for the fourth annual 'Get Shamrocked' Irish Music Festival to be held at the Murrieta Town Square Park and last all weekend. With my concert mileage, this old bus now rolls out to the pre-Festival parties to get a taste of what's to come. And that's just what I did last night, by going to The Shamrock and catching scene friends Master Splinter and The Shredders [MSATS] aka Midnight Satellites. Both bands are made from members that started playing the T-town area up to fifteen years ago.

Brothers Brennan and Ryan Kilpatrick flank the ends, with Salvatore Spinelli and Nick Seiwert on drums
The Shamrock venue is another music aspect that has been something else prior, but about four years ago or so a plucky group [they're always plucky, they're Irish] took over the spot and the joint has been jumping ever since with Irish hospitality. On a Thursday night, the place was almost packed out and this was the pre-party. But then again it was MSATS, a cover band venture that gained traction when the first note was heard. Having known these guys from past bands, I got word they had a new Midnight Satellites CD out. I was on the case.

Saturday, September 12, 2015



Temecula, CA – What with waiting for the next shoe to drop concerning the still breaking MoonGate Scandal that 'we are not alone,' fallout from the Chinese Red Army release of data evidence and the hottest topic trending on the aural underground of 'talk radio' right now, it was time to catch up on the latest at T-Town Tunes.

The digital sawdust is in the air amid the imaginary realm of Temecula's underground music station of the Ethernet. Not being bound by the FCC and having the same arrangement with advertising as at the Calendar, the freedom to present non-commercialized content means music as raw and fresh as the early days of 'race music'. Today that freshness exists for all colors of the human rainbow under the genre category as 'All Ages', aka music played at non-alcoholic venues.

But access is only half the equation, talent must accompany acquiescence. In California it's location, location, location. Situated halfway between San Diego and LA/Hollywood, just off the beaten path of the coast, a magical valley grew from a stage coach stop to become a tour stop. The fertile ground that produced noted writers of popular fiction like Perry Mason grew into musical vines that have since come to water the valley ears. After the jump, see the music set list for the public's opening sample segment when the station goes live.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015



Temecula, CA – This article is dedicated to my oldest reader, someone I knew as a kid and then became decades later, one of my first readers. This is to you, Jimmy Bryant.

Back then it was the Full Value Review, but beyond music and a personalized view of Christianity [Presbyterian, the Libertarians of religion], it's been politics.

Even before Loose Change and Invisible Children it was CODEX, because a part of me who saw things in the 70s knew nothing had changed in the time I had been away. Politics grinds you down unless you are a professional, and even then...

But 911changed all that, for everyone. And things have only gotten worse, and keep getting worse because it is a downward spiral. Where does the rabbit hole end? Let's review.

The system makes the people. The moon is manufactured on purpose. And things in the Bible and the Qur'an both involve 'signs' concerning the moon. The Church also figures into all this with things good and things evil. Everything is spinning, but someone has put it all together in a way that makes sense. After the jump, a British chap named David Icke, a former TV broadcaster turned activist, gives us the red pill in a video entitled, 'The Lion Sleeps No More', and this is a watcher or something to listen to. Take your choice, as long as your mind is open.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015



Temecula, CA – As the Russians plan to return to the moon, a story that briefly appeared in the mainstream news, that brevity inspired this report and the two vids which follow after the jump.

The first video is the source for a story done months ago that caused me to ponder about our closest space neighbor, which is also our strangest neighbor. Just how strange, you may wonder since the moon has been in everyone's live with both the Jewish and the Muslim calendars based off lunar cycles, unlike the Greco/Roman Christian calendar. The first video is also one you don't have to watch to comprehend. You can minimize it and listen while you do other things online.

The second video is a watcher as it deals with the CIA created space agency NASA, or as we activist types like to say, Never A Straight Answer. You see today we live in a world where ignorance is in the eye of the beholder, as witnessed during the Freddie Gray beat down where on live national news the police union leader saw a healthy person being loaded into the police van while the nation and live news broadcasters heard the horrifying screams of a man in terrific agony. But we are talking NASA so please reserve some time to watch Moon Rising, The NASA Coverup, complete with color photos of our closest space neighbor.

All this after the jump.

Thursday, September 3, 2015



It's been a trifecta so far for "Straight Outta Compton." The biopic about the seminal South L.A. hip-hop group N.W.A was No. 1 at the box office this past weekend for the third straight week. So far the well-reviewed film has earned almost $120 million at the box office.

"Straight Outta Compton" is only the second movie this summer to top the box office chart for three weeks. The other is another Universal Pictures release, "Jurassic World." The fourth installment of the "Jurassic Park" franchise, "Jurassic World" also was on top for the three weekends following its release on June 12.

Another franchise film, "Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation," was the film knocked out of the top box office spot by "Straight Outta Compton's" release.