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We are the Other Farmers. We farm Medical Marijuana in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana with the love. theOtherFarmers.com
A very friendly and knowledgeable staff and owners! Anything you could possibly need or want is there or available to be shipped. Very involved in the community of Green Living and Missoula and lots of great stuff to help you be green also. Selection!
Ah Rose, good to hear from you! Well said. Thank you.
Well, there really is no need to comment because her statements are like high frutose corn syrup, empty calories.
But as a Farmer, I would be amiss if I did not at least ask her where she found a strain of such superior quality as NONE BEFORE (42.5%)? And hook me up with some of those beans cause Lady you just struck the gold mine of pot. *rofl
I am so gosh darn lucky to have even a 21% strain. Educate yourself, it really works.
Why is it that when one has to toss out rude remarks towards a "liberal" they quite frequently feel the need to include the 'dope smoking' statement? Just in case you didn't notice, WE DOPE SMOKERS VOTE and not always for the Liberal side of things. Don't always be so quick to judge us as we come from all walks of life to be here. Not just conservative or liberal. We listen and watch and we pay attention just like the rest of you and are involved too. Is it not obvious? Medical Marijuana is legal in Montana. There is a majority here that decided that one! Send our thought to Ms. Palin while you are there; our thoghts of her going home and staying home with her own teens that need her.
I think she speaks for herself as to how qualified she is in any area. She is the reason McCain just out and out lost. Even I, a strong independent, who votes my work, was considering McCain until he brought her on board. She makes the whole party look bad. I am all for less government, but she scared me right out of the tea party and I didn't even get a crumpet or a cucumber sandwich.
As a part of the Medical Marijuana community here in Missoula and the Bitterroot Valley, I often have wondered who is the majority? I watched older men that looked as if they couldn't walk much past the door way of the Medical Marijuana shop to get their medicine and then the farmer coming out of the pickup right off the combine because his back hurt to bad to eat supper to also get their medicine. The lady with the $700 Coach bag was really nice! I applaud the majority because they were brave enough for us all and now we should respect that in every thing we do within the industry. And, unfortunately our personal lives often run over into our businesses. As a result of that, the public often looks at us and judges us, right or wrong, for what we have done. It's human nature, as Michael Jackson would say. Sorry, it was all I could reference at this moment. What I do know is that whether or not Christ has been on the greed side of this industry, I am not the one to sit and judge. What I can say for sure is that I was extremely grateful when the clinic was in Missoula and I shook uncontrollably the entire time, had the taste of a AA battery in my mouth, I hadn't slept in days & I couldn't be left alone for fear of a seizure because the MEDICAL COMMUNITY would not and could not help me with my issues. I was seeing a WELL KNOWN NEUROLIGIST IN MISSOULA that is frequently on TV talking about Neurological disorders and they had no clue how to help me! The Emergency Room physician wanted to give me a different pill and that was what caused all my issues to start with. A clinic physician in Stevensville told me it could be my thyroid. OK, I cried when she said that one out, of desperation for help. What is and was going on is an extreme reaction to and withdrawal from EFFEXOR, an anti depression medication I was talked into talking for migraine pain and depression a couple of years prior. After three days on the Internet & talking to every doc I had ever seen. I had to self diagnose and medical marijuana was all that I was suggested and time from every chat room and help number I could call. I thank all the God's there may be and all the staff at Montana Caregivers Network that day. If you had to spend one day in my body even today almost 9 months later you would think twice about putting what we have worked so hard for at jeopardy. I thank Christ for his braveness to do what he does for the community even if greed has raised it's ugly head. I was so grateful for any help and compassion to my situation and understanding were what I received while there. Perhaps a friendly reminder of why we are all here would be nice.
With The Love,
the Other Farmers
As a former Californian and one whom lived through the constant on slot of evening news flashes about "Fire Season 200?" every year, I concure! It's like an ad almost and is surely a feature of the evening news. It's seems only logical that those folks that live in the area's of with the most fire hazard should be far more aware than they are, even with the news reports that I think desensitize us to the danger! Then let's talk about those with the 'view'. You can't cut trees without permits in Tahoe, forget about even getting a permit without a pound of flesh and what was it that lady said she would sell those people their house back for, after she stole it? Something about 20 pieces of gold? Laugh Out Loud! That would also be required to cut a tree from your own yard as it may adjust another's view somehow. I am not kidding. A man cut the tops off 3 trees in his yard to better his own view of Lake Tahoe and was fined a gazillion dollars because it altered others view and they had to look at 'topped trees'. It's greed and it's STIPID when you have a fire blazing up a hill or mountain at you and the trees are impeding the fire fighters way and contributing to the entire mess! That's when the rich folks with the view scream for dozers instead of chain saws! Just once let them fear for the lives of their pets and neighbors as I did in Stevensville as the wonderful and awesome ALL VOLENTEER fire departments came to save our lives and homes. I can never thank them enough for saving my neighbors and friends as someone in the valley below burned, uneducated in late July this year. I am thankful that my neighbors that do understand fire were smart enough to clear and burn at the correct time of the year and under the correct conditions. Educate yourself on fire.
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