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Contents

Neighborhood Directory

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Haight Street Marijuana

Now & Then By Linda Kelly

Sunshine Powers has been part owner/ operational manager of Haight Street’s tie-dye mecca, Jammin’ on Haight, since they opened in 2012. This good-vibes San Francisco neighborhood store is loaded with all-things hippie, and Sunshine is the Cheshire Cat behind it all, dedicated to keeping the original spirit of the ‘60s and the Haight-Ashbury community alive, colorful and kind.

I had the pleasure of hanging with Sunny (and all her sparkles) recently to talk to her about the current state of Haight Street, the homeless kids situation, the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love in 2017, and the realities of marijuana then and now. Linda Kelly: Hey girl. Good to see you. Here, you can hold the recorder. Sunshine Powers: Okay. Hi! Sunshine Powers here, reporting on pot news for The 420 Book. LK: Yes, a fabulous marijuana dispensary listings magazine. SP: Yeah, where you get your weed at, bitches! [laughter] LK: How do you think marijuana influences Haight Street and Jammin? SP: Haight Street is where I smoked my first bowl, on the corner of Haight and Masonic in 1992, so marijuana and Haight Street have always been a part of my life. The two kind of coincide. As far as how pot influences now, it’s amazing how marijuana is not legal but it’s not really frowned upon on Haight Street. The cops really aren’t going to mess with you — unless you’re a homeless kid. Then they’re going to mess with you. The cops seem to mess with our homeless community more, no matter what they do. For me personally, I feel that marijuana’s not the issue on Haight Street. It’s something that, if anything, it’s gonna mellow you out. People don’t smoke a lot of weed and freak out or get really angry. I mean, they might get angry on their own will, but it doesn’t really cause the impairment that other drugs do. We have a much bigger alcohol problem on Haight Street. For legal purposes, I don’t condone smoking at my store. It used to be a little bit more open but as time goes on, you find you kind of have to be strict about stuff because you’re dealing with so many people. I don’t really ask what they do, I just make sure they’re able to work. If you’re able to work and talk to people, then that’s all gravy, you know. I smoke marijuana. I have my medical card. But for me, I work about 80+ hours a week. I have four different jobs. I own two companies. So as long as I’m getting done what I need to get done, I’m okay with me smoking weed if it helps balance out my chi. Today, marijuana’s everywhere. It’s amazing how mainstream it’s become. It’s not just the hippie with the long hair and the bell-bottoms smoking weed on the corner, it’s their mom and dad smoking weed on the corner with them. One of them is in a business suit, you know? While I feel most people that own a tie-dye might smoke weed, it is not just the people wearing tie-dye that smoke weed anymore. I think there’s big difference, too, between 50 years ago and today how weed, yoga, growing your own vegetables, meditation — all of this you 14

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would’ve thought as a hippie back in the day. And today, like, who doesn’t do yoga? Who doesn’t smoke some weed? Who doesn’t eat organic vegetables, right? Fifty years ago here in this neighborhood, pot was a revolutionary thing, and all those things being so mainstream today is due largely in part to what happened here in the Haight back then. And today, our rainbow store [Jammin’] on the corner is the gateway to Haight and Ashbury. We are the portal. And that’s another reason why we feel it’s our duty to bring the color and the vibrancy that Haight Street is known for. It’s also our duty to improve the street and to do good for our community. It would be pointless for us to be on the corner and not be doing good. It has been just awesome to be able to be a part of this community. LK: It’s like you’re bridging the past and the present. SP: Yeah! We are! We are the next generation. We have to carry it on and teach our children. Haight and Masonic, that’s my corner. I’m very possessive of it. It’s our mission to revitalize, to bring back the color, creativity and consciousness that Haight Street is historically known for. We are approaching the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, and we are about to get 100,000 people here again, and it’s our duty as people of the historic Haight Street to prove to them a way of life that is peaceful and full of love, where people actually communicate and get along and find real solutions to real problems. We’re also doing a retrospective of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, how it started, where it is today. And we are going to try and change the name of Haight Street to Luv Street for at least a summer — because love always overpowers hate. LK: “Powers” being the operative word [wink wink] SP: Yeah! LK: We should probably mention that we’re doing this interview right next to the Grateful Dead’s original house on Ashbury. SP: Yeah. Stanley Mouse and the Hell’s Angels used to live across the street, Janis Joplin and Country Joe McDonald. I have a parking spot. Life is good! LK: Tell me about the walking tours you’re doing in the ‘hood. SP: I am a tour guide at Flower Power Walking Tours and it’s really awesome because I feel like if Jammin on Haight’s mission is to revitalize the street, then it’s kind of my finishing the cycle to be able to educate tourists and people that come on my tour about what happened here that changed society, about the programs here, the community that happened here. This is an epicenter of conscious revolution, and it’s something that still happens to this day. I get to tell the people all about our homeless organization, Takin’ It to the Streets, and about the wonderful success that we’ve had.


We’ve been able to give the homeless the job — in exchange for shelter and food — of taking care of our community, keeping it clean. We’ve been able to create a true sense of community, which was lacking here for a while. It used to be us against them, and now we literally stand together. It’s a beautiful thing. We’ve been able to do what the cops haven’t been able to do in 30 years and clean up the corner. LK: And what about medical marijuana and the homeless? SP: We work with our homeless kids to get 215 cards so that they can be legal and they won’t be hassled on the street. We don’t want anything illegal going on in our program, and if we can encourage them to be legal in their possession of marijuana, then that gives them a comfort being on the street, you know? They can’t get hassled to a certain extent if they have their medical card. I’d rather have these kids have as many rights and abilities as they possibly can, and having their 215 card gives them the ability to smoke marijuana if they want to. And if that’s what they want to do, then let’s help them do that, but help them do it in a way where it’s legal for them, and that’s one less thing the cops can hassle them.

You can get a medical marijuana prescription upstairs at Amoeba Records on Haight. And, you know, there are dispensaries that delivery weed now too. If anything, sometimes I could see myself maybe wanting to smoke less pot. But it’s just not gonna happen anytime soon. [laughs] LK Are you a sativa girl or an indica girl? SP: I like both. My favorite pot is from back in the day. A long time ago, I grew pot. It was a Trinity Blueberry and it was delicious! LK: Is there anything you want to say about marijuana just in general? SP: You know, if you can smoke weed and function and be able to get what you need to get done, smoke weed. If smokin’ weed makes you not be able to get your stuff done and makes you all loopy, you might not wanna smoke weed, right? It’s about finding what works for you and helps you be what you believe is a better person. LK: Okay. One more question. Your favorite story of somebody, maybe Wavy Gravy or whoever, who’s been in Jammin’ and you smoked a big joint with and had a funny moment with — off the top of your head. I’m sure there’s been a million.

LK: Since the day you first smoked pot to the state of cannabis today and how readily available it is, has this made life easier for you? SP: I don’t know if easy access to smoking weed has made my life easier because now it’s harder for me to travel sometimes because I worry about getting weed as easily as I do here, or knowing where to go to get it when I get there. LK: Well, that’s why we have dispensary listings, like The420Book. SP: Absolutely. LK: They’re soon going to have GPS so if you go on a trip and you’re like, “Oh, where’s the nearest dispensary?” You just put it in your GPS and go straight to the store. SP: The reality of the situation is that the world’s view on marijuana is changing, especially now that the government has realized they can tax it, you know? Like wow! People come into the shop and they ask me where to get weed and I’m not legally allowed to tell them. But I’ll say, “Just go on the street, you’ll figure it out.”

SP: There have been a lot! LK: You know, where you’re just laughing your fucking head off and you’re in a super stoned moment with somebody incredible, like Stanley or Wavy or … SP: Well, I have a great story but I don’t really want it out on tape, but it’s about Stanley Owsley’s wife. She’s pretty cool. Enough said! LK: Okay. You mentioned you’re going to the Dead show tomorrow in Colorado … SP: Yes. I’ve never been to Colorado since they legalized weed, so this should be interesting. I’m super excited about that. LK: Interesting. Remember your experience and maybe maybe it’ll go in the next issue of the magazine: Sunny’s first time in legal Colorado! SP: Yeah, I’m excited. I’m gonna be like a kid in a candy store. LK: Anything else you’d like to say to the cannabis crowd out there? SP: Teamwork makes the dream work! Where the grass is ALWAYS GREENER on the other side

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I spoke with George by phone recently as he sat poolside at a hotel, riffing on all-things ganja — his perspective on the plant before he went to prison in 1994, and the inevitable legality of weed today since his release in 2014. And rather than drill him about his crazy smuggling days (which can easily be Googled or, heck, watch Blow again) I got to get a sense of who this guy really is, how two decades in prison affects one’s life, and what his take is on the state of marijuana -- before he went to prison and now today. Turns out, the man behind the curtain is a witty, smart, sweet guy, with one hell of a life story. Born to a middle-class family in Weymouth, Massachusetts in 1942, George Jung began recreationally smoking marijuana at 24 years old, and always sold a portion of what he bought so he could break even. After dropping out of college and heading to sunny California in 1967, he realized the enormous profit potential

represented by smuggling the cannabis he bought in California back to his native New England. In search of even greater profits, he soon expanded his operation to flying the weed in from Mexico to Cape Cod. (Yep, he flew the planes himself. Read on to hear his personal recollection of this.) At the height of his marijuana enterprise, Jung and his cohorts were reportedly making $250,000 a month (equivalent to over $1.5 million now). It all came crashing down in 1974, when Jung was arrested in Chicago for smuggling 660 pounds (300 kg) of marijuana. He argued with the judge about the logic of sending a man to prison “for crossing an imaginary line with a bunch of plants.” After a bit of technical difficulties, I got my tape recorder working and enjoyed an hour on the phone listening to Boston George spin some yarns — and we laughed, a lot.

LK: I’m fine with the actual interview part—it’s the damn technology that gets me. BG: I hate the technology. LK: I like the old days of reel-to-reel, the actual, visceral reality of seeing tape rolling by. BG: Yeah, I want pay phones back. LK: So, did you hang out in the San Francisco scene at all back in the day? Did you see the Grateful Dead? What was your relationship with music all these years? BG: Funny, just last week I was at the Cow Palace with Jerry Garcia’s daughter, Trixie. Yeah, I hung out in the San Francisco scene a lot. I lived in Sausalito and I lived in Stinson Beach. I used to go up to Mt. Tamalpais all the time and watch the sunrise and take acid and all that stuff. [laughs] LK: What music were you listening to? What years were these? BG: This was in the late-’60s. I liked Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. The Rolling Stones were okay, but they didn’t really turn me on. I love the blues more than I do rock and roll. John Lee Hooker and Big Mama Thornton. I used to go to the Fillmore and see her. And

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LK: Ah, you’re a Leo. BG: Yeah, one of the Leos. Left-handed too. A real existentialist son-of-a-bitch. LK: Oh yeah. You like to be the center of attention — and you sure were, George! BG: Yeah, that’s true! LK: Do you still smoke pot? Do you have a medical card? BG: [laughs] I’m on probation! In fact, I just went to court this morning, federal court, for drinking on YouTube. LK: Drinking on YouTube? BG: Yeah, and the judge said, “Well, did anybody test him? He was drinking in the back of a limousine, that’s legal. What did he do wrong?” She said, “YouTube is the admissible evidence? I’m going to have to ponder this.” She said, “Was he allowed to drink anyway? You thought that he was intoxicated?” I was allowed to drink, so, you know, I’ll beat this. LK: Well, alcohol is legal. Actually, I just did an interview for The 420 Book with a woman who is now sober but she smokes weed. She says that pot’s not the gateway drug — alcohol is the gateway drug. She thinks that alcohol, because it’s legal, is way more lethal than all the other shit. How do you feel about that? BG: Well, pot became illegal I think in 1934 because of William Randolph Hearst. That’s the only reason. It was because he owned all the logging industries in the Pacific Northwest, and he owned all the newspapers in the world. He also made paper bags and whatever, and it was all about economy, money. That’s why he had it made illegal because pot is a perfect crop. It’s environmentally friendly, it’ll last forever, and you can make newspapers out of it and whatever you want. That’s the reason it became illegal. And as far as alcohol, it’s had its ups and downs in life. In the 1880s, half the country was drunk, right? And stoned. And we still became the greatest country in the world, which, you know, to think we have to outlaw drugs to keep us the supreme ruler of the universe is ludicrous. It’s a fallacy. Foolishness. I don’t know if there’s any gateway drug. Some people are born with addictive personalities. It’s not about getting into drugs. You can do drugs, or let drugs do you. You can grow up in the wealthiest families in the world and go to Harvard and if you have an addictive personality, you can become a drug addict. That’s just the way it is. If I do go upstairs, I’ll ask god about this, okay? I’ll send you a postcard. LK: Do you remember your very first trip flying down to Mexico for weed? BG: Yeah, I remember that day distinctly! [laughs] I didn’t have an instrument reading, just visual flight rules from this guy who taught me how to fly. He looked at me, this old man, his name was George too, and he said, “Just remember, boy, you’re only as good as sundown.” Then, when I was flying up to Baja to make it to the dry lakebeds in 29 Palms by Palm Springs, the sun started to go down and I started to get really paranoid. You know, talking to God, like, “Just hold on for another hour!” I was a pretty happy guy when I saw Fat Tuna standing on top of the motorhome out in the dry lakebed in the desert, waving to me.

LK: Eventually, obviously, marijuana is going to be legalized. Do you think the outlaw — the rebel — is gone? Is this the end of the outlaw? BG: The outlaw will never be gone. I was born an outlaw. But as far as breaking the law? Like the football player who loses half a step and for 20 years they cheered him and now they start throwing beer cans at him, you know? But he doesn’t want to quit because he loves it so much. They don’t understand that he loves it, but if you lose half a step or half a punch if you’re a prizefighter, you don’t belong in the game any longer. You’re just what becomes known as an old fool. And, you know, even when you’re young you’re a fool sometimes but when you’re old, you’re a fool all the time. Actually, all I can give out is words of wisdom to those who will listen. LK: I had the honor and pleasure of being friends with Timothy Leary. He gave some advice when I was hanging out with him in New York when I was 23 that I’ve never forgotten. I said, “What the hell you hanging out with me for? I’m just a silly little music journalist from San Francisco. And he said, “You are intelligent.” And I said, “I am? I’m not that well-read, but I like to ask questions and explore stuff.” And he said, “Linda, intelligence is the ability to see the relationship between things.” BG: That’s right! It’s true. I mean if you’re ever around people that are unintelligent, you know, it’s like sitting amongst rocks or frogs or whatever [laughs]. It’s one of the greatest gifts god has bestowed upon us. The question is, why did god create one or two or five percent of the population with superior intelligence, and the rest of them are all morons? My dad used to tell me 90 percent of the people in the world are morons, and the other 10 percent are in danger of being contaminated by them. And I said, “Well, what do you think I am, dad?” He said, “Well, we’re gonna see, aren’t we? LK: I love that you had a really close relationship with your dad. From what I can gather, you had a really good papa. BG: He was a wonderful guy. LK: When you were doing what you were doing all those years, was your dad on your mind? Were you thinking, “Shit, sorry dad …” BG: No! I used to go see him all the time. One time I gave him a hundred thousand dollars in hundred dollar bills and he put them in a security box in a bank nearby his house. We both had the keys. A couple months later, I was driving by and I didn’t have any money in my pocket and I thought,”I’ll go in the box and get a few thousand, what the hell, to get to the Cape.” And I went in there and there was only like five thousand left. I asked him, “What did you do with all that goddamn money?” And he said, “There are a lot of people around here that needed money and I helped them.” He said, “What the hell do you care? You make it faster than they print it.” LK: So he kind of looked the other way? He obviously loved you very much. He didn’t necessarily approve but he didn’t tell you no, did he? BG: Well, the marijuana thing, he just accepted it. But when I crossed over the line into the cocaine world, he looked at me and said, “I’ve lost you.” and I said, “What do you mean?” He said, “I can see it in your eyes. You’re not afraid anymore.” Continued on page 24 Where the grass is ALWAYS GREENER on the other side

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Continued from page 23 LK: That’s the nature of the snow beast, I reckon. Do you remember the very first time you smoked pot? BG: Very first time I smoked pot? Of course! It was when Tuna and I went off to California. I had just left the University of Tennessee, and we ended up in Long Beach, California. I was going to attend school out there with him. We’d both just fucked up at both schools. He was going to University of Colorado and got kicked out for taking his clothes off in the girl’s sorority house. And I got kicked out for drinking at the Wild Mouse --that’s what I majored in. I had just about burned out on college. When I went to University of Southern Mississippi, I played football, I had a 3.5 grade average. But then I found Mary Beth Hottie in her Mercedes convertible and that southern belle accent, and I decided to major in that. LK: What was your original major before the women? BG: My original major was marketing and philosophy. LK: Well, I think you did pretty well with that original major! BG: Yeah, I did. Then one day it all crashed and burned. My original intention was to go into the advertising business on my own because at that time, advertising was a new baby on the block. I just knew I could do it and get big accounts and make a lot of money and be successful at it. LK: In one of your interviews, you said that for cocaine, it was all advertised for you. You didn’t have to do any advertising. It was everywhere. BG: Right! I had Hollywood.I had the record industry. I mean, even Johnny Carson used to joke and laugh about it every night on his show. I had everybody marketing it for me. It was incredible. LK: You mentioned Janis Joplin. Do you have a pot story with Janis that’s a real memorable, standout moment, you know, where you’re stoned out of your mind or whatever? BG: With Janis? LK: Or any of them, really, Jimi, Jerry— any of those people. BG: Well, Janis made love to everybody but the dog, you know? My father told me never to brag in the locker room which girl you made it with. You should keep your mouth shut. LK: She was often referred to as a not-so-attractive woman, but I heard she was really beautiful up close and personal. BG: Janis’s beauty was in her talent, and if she had lived she would’ve been one of the ultimate greatest divas of them all. But 24

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LK: You got a bullet in ya? BG: [laughs] Yeah, I had one. It’s under my armpit, believe it or not. It went up and broke my collarbone. I didn’t go to the doctor. I went to a Cuban pharmacy and they took it out. Then I just couldn’t drink with my left hand for about a half a year, so I learned how to drink with my right hand. LK: Did it hurt like a son-of-a-bitch? BG: Well, when it first happens, it’s like getting hit with a punch. It’s afterwards that hurts. It’s like a divorce. [laughs] LK: Shifting gears here … Being around weed all those years, seeing all those crops, were you enamored by the beauty of marijuana plants? BG: Yeah, they’re beautiful. They’re like an impressionist painting — a Monet or a Gauguin.They’re incredible. And nowadays, all these young kids at these cannabis and hemp festivals, they talk all these growing techniques and formulas, and I have no idea what the hell they’re talking about! LK: How do you feel about the whole medical marijuana thing? BG: It’s incredible. LK: Have you tried topical cannabinoid-infused sprays to treatpain? I have a girlfriend who represents Xternal and Nternal. BG: I’m not big into sprays and deodorants and aftershave and all that. When I shave, I use single-malt scotch for cologne. LK: Though the government has been up in arms about legalizing weed, now they’re starting to realize that they can tax marijuana and they’re like, “Oh, interesting.” BG: Well, the government is Wall Street. My nephew has big contacts with Goldman-Sachs and he tells me that they’re just waiting for this to happen, and they’ve got investment money all over the place. LK: Funny how up in arms a little wonderful plant can get everybody. BG: That’s true. It’s all about a little plant. LK: Well, I guess the coca plant you could say the same thing about — but that’s a different beast. BG: Well, it’s a good beast also, in moderation. Anything in moderation is good. LK: Well, as Bob Weir from the Grateful Dead says, “Everything in moderation —including moderation.” BG: Right. You have to learn the lesson and hopefully you survive it. I basically used cocaine as an energy force to be able to do what I did and be up for weeks at a time and be on top of my game. At least I thought I was [laughs]. LK: I read that you said if you had a magic wand, you might’ve done things differently.You said that marijuana was all good, but when you slipped into the cocaine world, you kind of wish maybe you hadn’t gone down that road. Is that true? BG: It is and it isn’t. It was a destiny. I had to go down that road. I don’t have regrets about any of it, really. Even the 20 years that I did. I feel that it was part of my journey. If you try to go back … regrets are like whispers of wind in time and they’re useless. So you might as well just enjoy what you’re doing unless it’s truly evil. Let the good times roll. LK: What’s the best thing you got from being in jail? Obviously there’s a lot of bad shit. BG: I did a tremendous amount of writing. I wrote three books, I helped write the screenplay for Blow. Those are the best things I did. Everything else in there is totally redundant. Not having a woman for 20 years, to take that away — and the loss of privacy? Those are two things that are the quintessence of evil and kind of tear your heart out. Writing all the time kept me sane. And once the movie came out, I had a tremendous amount of visits and other projects to work on. The name of the game in there is to find something to do, otherwise you become lost unto the machine. It’s what I call,

“Wandering the hallways of always.” I talked to a lot of minority kids who were given 20 or 30 years for crack. Their lives were devastated. They’ve changed the law a bit and are letting some of those kids out. You don’t take some 17-year-old kid standing on a corner in a ghetto with handful of rock and give him 25 or 30 years. It’s ludicrous. LK: What about the first-time offenders with marijuana charges who are in there for 25 years? BG: That’s even worse. Those kids don’t know that it’s going to happen to them because they don’t know law. And when you break the law, you better damn well know the law and what the penalty is for breaking it because if you don’t, you’re a fool. I knew exactly what the law was. I had a greyhound bus full of Jewish lawyers. Listen, the system is a machine. How do you expect them to help a bunch of kids when we drop atomic bombs on people and give out medals for it? There is no rhyme or reason to any of it. But, we are who we are, and if you play by the rules in America — and even if you don’t or you don’t get caught -- it’s the greatest party on earth. LK: What’s your next book project? BG: I’m working on a family history that dates back to the Mongols. I’m working with my Dutch family in Amsterdam. They’re giving me a lot of research. Hopefully I can get it done before Johnny Depp shoots me out of a cannon over the mountains or something. [laughs] LK: It’s kind of funny that you’re Dutch, being that weed and hash are such a big thing in Amsterdam. That’s your roots. It’s coursing through your veins. BG: Well, you know, the Dutch were great pirates, too. It is all coursing through my veins! Any kind of existentialism was just flowing hot when I was young. LK: So you consider yourself a pirate then? BG: Yeah! LK: So when you were a kid, you had that subversive, pirate-y personality? BG: I was always a little radical in the neighborhood. When I was younger, I drove my mother crazy. She used to chase me into the bedroom with broomsticks. Irish temper. LK: What were you doing? BG: Throwing the dog off the garage roof and this and that, or whatever. Climbing the highest tree -- things kids do. LK: Pushing the limits. BG: Yeah, pushing the adolescent limits. But then I turned out to be a pretty good kid in high school. I wasn’t a problem in high school at all. I loved sports and I loved taking the girls up to lover’s lane overlooking Quincy Bay on Friday nights. It was pretty good for me as a kid. But when Tuna and I made it out to California, that’s where we found pot. I couldn’t inhale it because I didn’t smoke cigarettes, so they made a waterpipe for me. Then I found out how much weed cost and rather than getting high, I became way more interested in the monetary value of it. LK: So you weren’t smoking bong hits every? BG: Nope. LK: So would you say you have a non-addictive personality? BG: I was addicted to the thrill of it all, the high. I was a thrill junkie. That’s basically what I was about. But like BB King says, “The thrill is gone. Gone away for good.” LK: Everybody that reads this magazine loves marijuana. This is your audience. What would you like to say to them? BG: Tell them to turn on, tune in — and don’t drop out. And … don’t vote for Donald Trump! [laughs] Where the grass is ALWAYS GREENER on the other side

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microphone set up in the corner. Even Lil Wayne could be found playing video games in the back of the shop when in Compton. The record shop led to a DJ business which was just the beginning of his journey in the entertainment industry. After years of success in marketing and distribution Bigg A realized that the platforms built to help artist when he was coming up had been removed, making it harder and harder for independent thinkers and artists to build their own brands, and make a living off their art. “I have always put out records, but I put out records for other people. I like to put people in positions to do well and now I make it point to educate artists that I work with who are doing their own thing. Many lack the basic knowledge to control their own careers. When I meet these young artists most don’t know anything about BDS or IRC, or even how to generate a bar code for their product, leaving them vulnerable to big distribution companies. Let me educate you on how to do it yourself.” This mentality has made him a staple in the entertainment industry and even inspired him to create workshops where artists on the come up can gain practical knowledge about the industry. From record labels to clothing branding, it seems like Bigg A has his hands in a little be of everything, and his entrepreneurial pursuits have recently expanded from the entertainment industry into the the up and coming medical marijuana game. Bigg A has recently partnered with Seattle Private Reserve out of Seattle Washington to start DGP Buds. “SPR is one of the biggest manufactures of medical marijuana today” Bigg A told The 420 Book. They are in the for front of the movement, the way that Fillip Morrison was back in the prohibition days.” His work with the well established Seattle Private Reserve has also given him access to information only the major growers in the country currently know about. Many long standing companies in places like Seattle Washington are hopeful that if that if the most populated state in the union (California) decides to fully legalize cannabis, Federal agencies like the DEA will move to strike marijuana from the Schedule I drug list that also currently includes drugs like heroin and cocaine. If and when that happens DGP Buds is posed to be a major player in the green industry. When asked if he would be voting for recreational legalization on the November ballot in California, the answer was a resounding YES! “It’s gonna be big, but from what I understand if you are not already a grower you will not be able to get a license. That is the difference between medical and recreational.” Bigg A has always been an innovator and DGP Buds will most likely have the same innovative trend as all his other endevours. “Something I learned coming up in the hood, is that monkey see, monkey do does not work” says White. “Dont emulate what has already been emulated, created your own lane”. Where the grass is ALWAYS GREENER on the other side

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In 1996, the Golden State became the USA’s first “Leafy Green” State when it passed Proposition 215 and California cleared the path for medical use of marijuana. Since then, more locations have come onboard so as of last month there were 24 states with Guam and the District of Columbia allowing for medical uses of pot. And the momentum keeps rolling forward. This November, California will take another leap toward complete legalization for recreational use. If the vote goes ahead and wins as planned, the state will join the ranks of the District of Columbia, Alaska, Oregon , Colorado and Washington—U.S. locations that have already legalized and taxed weed for fun as well as medical purposes.

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