A follow-up to the poster in solidarity with the rogue National Park Service Twitter feed, here's one in solidarity with all the guys'n'gals working the new rogue NASA feed.
Big ups from an old "Apollo Kid".
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Here's a quick one in solidarity with the dissident National Park Service employees running a "rogue" Twitter account on their own time to continue posting environmental information currently under lockdown by the White House.
This poster is a remix of a poster I did about 11 years or so ago, as part of an effort to inspire some local action in solidarity with the Rainbow Gathering being attacked by Forest Service police in West Virginia.
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In what had to be the epicenter of chillaxin' that morning, over 8000 joints were given away legally under DC law by my good buds and comrades at DCMJ at their #Trump420 counterinaugural shindig at Dupont Circle, highlighting the strides made in state drug policy and legalization, and to welcome President The Donald to Washington, DC by declaring that "we won't go back" on the legalization of recreational and medical cannabis.
I'm at the point now where I'm thinking it was actually worth it all, just to finally see the Democratic Party having to eat its own dog food.
It's been two months since they lost, and those clowns are still at it -- shrieking, bitching, red-baiting, blame-shifting; it was the Greens, Wikileaks, the Russians, the Bernie Bros, the Russians, the non-voters, the Russians, the Russians, the Russians -- you get the idea.
My suggestion to all you Democrats out there is to quit your damn whining and choke it down. There's not a speck of cereal, you know.
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DCMJ says "Welcome to Washington, 115th Congress", 01.03.17 from Mike Flugennock on Vimeo.
Yesterday, January 3, the DCMJ Welcoming Committee was on hand at Union Station to greet new and returning staffers to the incoming 115th Congress with leaflets and a little education on Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), Trump's nominee for US Attorney General. This was followed by yet another jaunt up to Capitol Hill to Senators' offices to pass out a letter containing questions for Sessions' confirmation hearings, after which we adjourned to the DCMJ World Headquarters for a good old-fashioned rolling party in preparation for January 20.
Photographed and edited by Mike Flugennock,
We don't care what '80s nostalgia freak Sen. Jeff Sessions says, we're not going back to the good old days of "Just Say No"... and I'll add no more other than to say that you'll be glad you dragged your sleepy butt out at 8am to be at Dupont Circle to join DCMJ in standing up for legal marijuana.
Rally at 8am, march at 10am. Fans, BE THERE.
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