Scene 1a: Opens with establishing shot of the exterior of Medical Weed Clinic building.
Scene 1b: Fade to full shot of the interior of a Medical Weed Clinic. People standing in line, (facing stage right), as 1st patient approaches receptionist.
2.Cut to: Medium shot of front view of patient from point of view of the receptionist seated at desk with the patient looking slightly downward.
IST PATIENT: I’m here to get my user license to legally grow weed to use to treat and relieve the symptoms of my multiple sclerosis. I understand the law says I’m allowed to legally grow up to 12 plants of weed is that correct?
3. Cut to: medium shot of receptionist sitting at her desk from point of view of patient looking slightly down at receptionist, while receptionist slightly looking up at patient.
RECEPTIONIST: Yes you’re correct. Have a seat, fill out this form and the Dr. will see you. Next in line please.
4. Cut to medium close up of elderly couple approaching receptionist looking slightly down, from point of view of receptionist sitting at desk looking up.)
2ND PATIENT ELDERLY COUPLE: Hi. With my glaucoma condition and my husband’s chronic headaches and pain are we both allowed to legally grow weed?
5. Cut to medium shot of receptionist sitting at her desk from point of view of patient looking slightly down at receptionist, while receptionist slightly looking up at patient.
RECEPTIONIST: Condesendly Why of course. The law allows you each to legally grow 12 plants apiece. So altogether that’s 24 Dandelion weeds you are allowed to grow.
In an effort to reduce pressure on the public food supply during World War II, 20 million Americans planted victory gardens, growing everything from potatoes and corn to beans and carrots.
These folks were considered patriots.
Today we are once again starting to see a victory garden movement appear in our cities and towns what they lable urban gardening. Once agian they're trying to get front of the people's economy/parade and direct it.
Unfortunately, the government doesn't seem too interested in supporting such patriotic endeavors anymore — and in fact has been going out of its way to dissuade hard-working Americans from growing their own food to feed their families.
Why is it now illegal to grow my own food?
The 2009 House bill and 2010 Senate bill have now been signed into law by the president, as of January 5, 2011. This makes it, among other things, a crime to grow any food valued at over $1,000, unless the FDA approves of it and tests it prior to sale OR consumption.
Live honorably, live free...