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  5.  <title>Comment Feed for Food, Fiber, Fuel, Clothes, Sacrament</title>
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  8.  <description>A News Log by NCN member ferre</description>
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  27.   <title>Can Hemp be used as food?: hemp seed's are great</title>
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  29.   <description>2008-01-26 12:58: comment by phill on &amp;quot;an emp be used as food?&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;emp seeds are one of the best foods ever. t is a complete protien source.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;emp is different to cannibis, and cannot get you high.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ny hydrogenated soy product is not good for you, according to r mercola who has a website.</description>
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  34.   <title>The hard way forward to another drug policy: Thank you for the good information</title>
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  36.   <description>2004-05-14 16:12: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;b&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he hard way forward to another drug policy&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;se and abuse of drugs:  rugs should be legalized, regulated and treated  and abuse treated.  ehavior modification by governments should be resisted.  eep up your good work.  </description>
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  38.   <pubDate>Fri, 14 May 2004 20:12:08 UT</pubDate>
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  41.   <title>The hard way forward to another drug policy: wuhu</title>
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  43.   <description>2004-05-14 16:00: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;vaxen&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he hard way forward to another drug policy&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;quot;hat was an insult you sob.&amp;quot; ypical, eh? he  position on &amp;#039;drugs?&amp;#039; t&amp;#039;s carted in by the  and their  workers, as well, and the .. ilitary is often used for transporting the stuff like from the newly reopened fileds in fghanistan. eorge 1 loves his high class heroin you know. nd lots of ashishin have found a permanent home here in the  of  from which to operate their &amp;#039;terrorist&amp;#039; bases in collusion with the local endarme, of course, and with complete knowledge and sanction of the .. orporate overnment lite they come and go as they please without detection. e have a vaster thqan vast &amp;#039;ntelligence&amp;#039; network to make sure that these &amp;#039;assets&amp;#039; never ever get caught and even if they did it would&amp;#039;nt matter cause they&amp;#039;d just pay off the right official and all would be just peachy as homemade apple pie. up...the merican &amp;#039;ar on rugs,&amp;#039; and everything else under the sun that even vaguely smacks of being desirable by humans being, is a great example for urope to follow. up. ey, are&amp;#039;nt you getting a piece of the fghanistani profits too? h, you&amp;#039;re not in the &amp;#039;oalition?&amp;#039; h. eorge rwell said it best. ahrenheit 451 was&amp;#039;nt far behind and our &amp;#039;atriot cts, along with  and &amp;#039; leave the world wide open for...&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he ark dirth of the pudding tree!&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;hanks for the info dude.</description>
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  45.   <pubDate>Fri, 14 May 2004 20:00:13 UT</pubDate>
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  48.   <title>Marijuana and My Fear of Death: very interesting</title>
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  50.   <description>2004-03-18 18:48: comment by rishi on &amp;quot;arijuana and y ear of eath&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ee my newslog, (ruth; evelation and evolution) for the articles &amp;quot;ntheo enius&amp;quot; and &amp;quot;he igher elf&amp;quot; which speak of the spiritual/meditative value of this herb, even for expanding consciousness.  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he  nistry sounds like an extremely worthwhile concept and project, and &amp;#039;d like to discuss it&amp;#039;s basic principles.  ou&amp;#039;ll find my website, he orld nd ociety and its ibrary at contains these mentioned articles as well, among others of like kind.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;et&amp;#039;s talk.</description>
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  52.   <pubDate>Thu, 18 Mar 2004 23:48:37 UT</pubDate>
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  55.   <title>Marijuana and My Fear of Death: pot</title>
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  57.   <description>2004-03-14 09:49: comment by spiritseek on &amp;quot;arijuana and y ear of eath&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; very well written article here. &amp;#039;m glad you shared alot of your own perceptions and use along with your medical history. </description>
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  59.   <pubDate>Sun, 14 Mar 2004 14:49:28 UT</pubDate>
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  62.   <title>Can Hemp be used as food?: And now</title>
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  64.   <description>2004-03-06 21:24: comment by vibrani on &amp;quot;an emp be used as food?&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;avid rosby was busted for having marijuana and some weapons in a suitcase he left behind at a  hotel. ig mistake, avid!</description>
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  66.   <pubDate>Sun, 7 Mar 2004 02:24:15 UT</pubDate>
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  69.   <title>Can Hemp be used as food?: i thought i'd drop this</title>
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  71.   <description>2004-02-19 19:06: comment by jmarc on &amp;quot;an emp be used as food?&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x1_000323-000007_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; here for your perusal ferre. retty disgusting to me. waddya think? asicly, what it&amp;#039;s about, is the .. gov. spent 12 million dollars to prosecute tommy chong for selling bongs. arg!</description>
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  73.   <pubDate>Fri, 20 Feb 2004 00:06:42 UT</pubDate>
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  76.   <title>Can Hemp be used as food?: Acutally</title>
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  78.   <description>2004-02-17 02:27: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;fleer&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;an emp be used as food?&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ecently several political youth organisations have joined together here in enmark to legalize arijuana. t could free up police ressources for drug related crimes like selling ecstasy. (hich i a major problem among teens and young people here in enmark.) 3 guys were selling ecstacy just last week at a local business college here in ejle and the police caught them downtown. - with 2.5 ilos of ecstacy !</description>
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  80.   <pubDate>Tue, 17 Feb 2004 07:27:15 UT</pubDate>
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  83.   <title>Can Hemp be used as food?: I don't know, really</title>
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  85.   <description>2004-02-16 14:59: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;ferre&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;an emp be used as food?&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;his is part of an article, not written by me (see link in art.)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; suppose hempseed is good for digestive problems, as are all the hard parts of other seeds but  personally also never came across a doctor who discribed it.  must say  never came across digestive problems too. lol</description>
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  87.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 Feb 2004 19:59:39 UT</pubDate>
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  90.   <title>Can Hemp be used as food?: i'm appreciating your efforts</title>
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  92.   <description>2004-02-16 14:57: comment by jmarc on &amp;quot;an emp be used as food?&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;for the legalizing of the weed, but i have to say that i find the whole legalizing hemp thing to be a straw dog. i think those who like to smoke the weed should come right out and say it and demand their right to do so. i&amp;#039;ll do so now, though i won&amp;#039;t go down to the local cop shop and spark one up just yet. &amp;#039;d wear a hemp shirt if i could find one, and if i had cancer i&amp;#039;d be happy if it were legal to ease any dicomfort, and if it aids digestion, that&amp;#039;s good too, but i think the larger issue is that the           . o me this is the real issue, and all the hemp talk makes us all who smoke look a little sneaky, trying to get our way through loop holes. &amp;#039;m aware of all the good qualities inherent in hemp though;) et&amp;#039;s bring back the great smoke outs, and forget the hemp festivals which seem to be run by under cover cops any way. gain, though, thanks for speaking up and not hiding your support for the weed.:)-</description>
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  94.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 Feb 2004 19:57:40 UT</pubDate>
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  97.   <title>Can Hemp be used as food?: Hemp</title>
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  99.   <description>2004-02-16 14:22: comment by vibrani on &amp;quot;an emp be used as food?&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; agree hemp can be used for many purposes and is easily grown.  am against the government regulating the growth of it. owever,  have never heard of any doctor prescribing hemp for digestive disorders to a patient. o you personally know a doctor who has done this? ho is it?</description>
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  101.   <pubDate>Mon, 16 Feb 2004 19:22:50 UT</pubDate>
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  104.   <title>Need for a peacefull candidate in the US: Never heard of him</title>
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  106.   <description>2004-02-15 15:14: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;fleer&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;eed for a peacefull candidate in the &amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ut m not living in the ...&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;t seems to me that only the leading democratic candidates get some press. nfair, but freedom of the press also include what not to report on...</description>
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  108.   <pubDate>Sun, 15 Feb 2004 20:14:57 UT</pubDate>
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  111.   <title>Need for a peacefull candidate in the US: I agree</title>
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  113.   <description>2004-02-15 08:54: comment by athedge on &amp;quot;eed for a peacefull candidate in the &amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; agree with your assessment of ucinich.  elcome to .</description>
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  115.   <pubDate>Sun, 15 Feb 2004 13:54:54 UT</pubDate>
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