When all hell breaks loose: how to survive after the TEA movement takes over

Remind me: which World War is this one again?

hat tip to hipneck for bringing Cody Lundin's tips on how to survive after TEA-totaling Republicans take over, or after the Second Coming whichever happens first:

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Note: The Seattle Times editorial board commends the House Ways and Means Committee for holding a hearing HB 1550 to legalize marijuana, and also expresses its support for SB 5073 to license, tax and regulate growers and dispensaries for medical cannabis. This page has been part of it. On Feb. 20 we came out for regulation and taxation of cannabis for adult use, which HB 1550 would do through the state liquor stores. That The Seattle Times would say this lowers the risk for public officials to say it. At the hearing Wednesday at the House Ways and Means Committee, chaired by Rep. Ross Hunter, D-Medina, you could feel the change. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Mary Lou Dickerson, D-Seattle, presented Hunter’s committee with an estimate that in the next biennium her bill could raise $441 million for the state.
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1 comment:

freegan said...

Here is a funny video for collecting water. you can build your own much cheaper.
YouTube - Rainwater Collection System Demonstration