Archive for April, 2016


Of course, we all know someone, or maybe you have tried yourself to make money on the internet. Yes, I am guilty of it myself.

I saw an opportunity pop up that seemed really different and might just have the possibility to work, and who knows, it just might, after you jump through 47 dozen hoops. This particular system is called “MyFirstOnlinePayday.com”

First, in their introductory videos, they tell you that they have worked out a deal with a trading company, but they don’t tell you that it is an off-shore company, and they want an initial deposit of $250 to open your account. I still have not received the refund on my initial deposit. Had it been only $200, there would have been no problem. The US government says that with any off-shore trade or deposit, you have to go through a bunch of compliance hoops.

If there is the slightest hitch, they cancel your trading account, and don’t bother to tell you. In fact . Their customer service is horrible, and it is like pulling hen’s teeth to talk to someone live, either on the phone, or on their chat feature.

It might maake money for some, but from my perspective, I cannot recommend it. Make your own choice.

 

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I have to admit, I am befuddled by the lack of vision, and profit, that The Powers That BE (TPTB) missed out on, regarding a huge market, as Popular Mechanics pointed out in February of 1938 and reiterated in this paper. But it does prove that we had/have the best political and judicial systems money has bought.

TPTB have taken the most benign and useful plant on the planet, and demonized it to profit a multitude of industries that would close if cannabis/hemp was legalized. And by the way, I am on a campaign to get people to stop using the “M” word. It is what the government used to demonize it. And further, cannabis is a plant, not a drug; drugs are manufactured, mostly poisonous, and used to cover symptoms rather than cure.

To get hold of the whole process and understand how modern science(government controlled) can totally ignore somewhere between 3-5 thousand years of documented use of the plant, saying it is all anecdotal, I suggest you start here, reading Jack Herrer’s (he jokes that it sounds like terror, with an H) book, The Emperor Wears No Clothes.

It has been shown that hemp has over 50, 000 uses.

Here are a few of the industries that could potentially wiped out:

  • Synthetic Textile
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Timber
  • Industrial agriculture
  • Construction Materials
  • Oil/Petroleum
  • Alcohol
  • Tobacco
  • Add your own

Considering the money spent on just recreational/medicinal cannabis use over the last couple of years, and they could have been looking at trillions of dollars of profits today, in both cannabis and industrial hemp. Hindsight is always 20/20.