Friday, December 19, 2014

FOOTBALL NEWS AFTER NFL WEEK FIFTEEN



FROM THE DESK OF THE “FUGITIVE” COMMISSIONER

Hello Football Fans,

After much ado with computer problems, I had to cut to the chase tonight to get something out to you before the next-to-last week of the NFL regular season with many playoff implications on the line.


Enjoy,

The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL

(Merry Christmas, Commish, from me and MJ Green - Ed)                       

Thursday, December 18, 2014

TEMECULA TO GET NEW RADIO STATION


BACK TO THE FUTURE

Temecula, CA – Fresh from breaking the story about the new Club Velocity and sandwiched between Club Cosplay’s Nerds In The New Year comes this breaking music story. Temecula is about to get a new radio station.
 
As my street mole sat gasping for his breath with the news, at first I was only able to ask him questions and get head signals. After he finished but before he could give me the real skinny, he showed me the picture on the right. He said that was all he could squirrel away before he was chased by rough tatted-up security.

Is it an oldies station?  …No

Is it rock?  …No

Is it smooth jazz?  …No

Is it AOR, country, hipster, talk?  …No

He motioned and I leaned in closer. He whispered, grabbing my shirt front to pull me close.

“It’s us.”

Sunday, December 14, 2014

CONGRESS PASSES HISTORIC MEDICAL MARIJUANA PROTECTIONS



THE DAMN CRACKS

Temecula, CA – Hot off the wirer from my Jimmy Olsen comes this news tip so fresh it’s smoking, pun intended.

Congress dealt a historic blow to the United States' decades-long war on drugs Saturday with the passage of the federal spending bill, which contains protections for medical marijuana and industrial hemp operations in states where they are legal.

The spending bill includes an amendment that prohibits the Department of Justice from using funds to go after state-legal medical cannabis programs. If the bill is signed into law, it will bring the federal government one step closer to ending raids on medical marijuana dispensaries, as well as stopping arrests of individuals involved with pot businesses that are complying with state law.

“When the House first passed this measure back in May, we made headlines; today we made history," Rep. Sam Farr (D-Calif.), who in May introduced the medical marijuana protections amendment with co-sponsor Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.), told The Huffington Post regarding the bill's passage. 


"The federal government will finally respect the decisions made by the majority of states that passed medical marijuana laws," Farr added. "This is great day for common sense because now our federal dollars will be spent more wisely on prosecuting criminals and not sick patients.” 

Thursday, December 11, 2014

WILL PECHANGA ADD POT TO POKER?



OBAMA’S JUSTICE DEPT APPROVES ALL REZ TO GROW WEED

Temecula, CA – At this hour the Temecula Calendar has received no word as to whether the local Native 
American tribe of Pechanga will sell weed sales along with medical marijuana 
grows on tribal land as authorized by the Justice Dept. Here are the details.

‘‘Opening the door for what could be a lucrative and controversial new industry on some Native American reservations, the Justice Department on Thursday will tell U.S. attorneys to not prevent tribes from growing or selling marijuana on the sovereign lands, even in states that ban the practice.

The new guidance, released in a memorandum, will be implemented on a case-by-case basis and tribes must still follow federal guidelines, said Timothy Purdon, the U.S. attorney for North Dakota and the chairman of the Attorney General's Subcommittee on Native American Issues.

FOOTBALL NEWS AFTER NFL WEEK FOURTEEN



FROM THE DESK OF THE “FUGITIVE” COMMISSIONER

Hello Football Fans,

Attached is an abbreviated summary of last weekend's activity on the gridiron.  I was out of town and missed most of the action.


The NFL regular season has only three weeks remaining, and several division winners will probably be determined this weekend.

Enjoy,

The Fugitive Commissioner of the FFHL

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

LORD OF THE SMOKE RINGS



THE REAL ROAD TO WELLSVILLE “...AND FILLED THE WHOLE EARTH”

Temecula, CA – Sitting here this chem-trailed skied Monday, hitting some organic Orange County Green
from a seashell that’s as smooth as 100-year old Scotch [no cough], a survey of the cannabis crusade to date seems in order for my readers. In a field so naturally smoky even before the first shot is actually aired for the coming fight to legalize pot, you can’t tell the players even with a program.

Here’s the down low: Coca Cola, KFC, and Bayer Aspirin are multimillion, if not billion dollar players in the world today. However, all these product lines weren’t invented by the people who profited. No, in one way or another, the little people who had the original knowledge and were rooked out of what was theirs. Their treasure was taken from them to enhance others who cared not a wit for the product, only the bottom line. For my readers who believe in that principle, the logic that we can do better, as in ‘have a better nation than the indigenous of that nation because of being more civilized’, stop reading here.

Saturday, December 6, 2014

OLD TOWN TEMECULA GAINS VELOCITY



TABOO SUNDAYS

Temecula, CA – Just in time for the Noggy Season comes this latest entertainment geared at those still in the early prime of their lives, those looking to gain some velocity outside of stomping grapes and smoking stogies.

Starting this Sunday, my youngest son’s B-Day and our first Pearl Harbor for those older vets, Lienzo Charro Mexican Restaurant Bar & Grill in Old Town will be having the Grand Opening of Velocity, Old Town’s latest hip and trendy for those hip and trendy.

Hosted by Anita Rose, doors are 9PM rolling out when the day diners roll up will be Hot DJs, the latest tunes, pleasant company, and time to socialize before the showtime start at 10:30 with Special Queens. Grand Opening music is to be spun by Mark DJ Mas Sandoval on deck pumping out the beats and just a 5$ cover for a party scheduled from 9 to 2, and then it’s you.

The rope-happy logo to look for, for those who like that sort of thing, right after the jump. 


Friday, December 5, 2014

A MOVIE FOR MARYANN



MY REVIEW OF ‘THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER’

Temecula, CA – Though me and my tee shirts are part of the fabric of T-town city council meeting legend, [rumor had it that one more appearance would lead to ‘black tie only’] I never put much faith in hearsay and always looked to the one person who seemed and still does, to be the sweetest, Maryann Edwards.

Though some of you may be waiting on a punch line or zinger, I only write what I see, since I don’t have a cat to be rescued anymore. 10 lives with me and you’re done.

Maryann was the only one who tried to understand the music scene that I was a part of, the underground part, or put another way, the ‘wallflower’ part. And to go along with our lady councilmember/mayor’s thrifty sense of management, watching this movie won’t cost you. 

If you are reading this, Maryann, keep your popcorn on the chair or it will get soggy from emotion that’s released from superb acting and complex issues, in a movie where you don’t know the story till the end. If Shawshank and Ferris had a baby, it would be Perks. Yeah, it’s like that!

Thursday, December 4, 2014

MURRIETA MAYOR SUED


IT’S WHO YOU KNOW, NOT WHAT YOU BLOW

Temecula, CA –In Hollywood the old saying is it's not what you know, it’s who you blow. In Murrieta, being close to Hollywood, the saying is, ‘It’s who you know, not what you blow.’


Mayor Alan Long, re-elected after resigning from office long enough to get the label of ‘former’ in the [in the ‘if it bleeds’] press, has the leading man looks, there is no denying that. Being a fireman means hero instead of bully, and a government ‘double-dipper’ shows a shrewd Christian in a place with a church on every corner. There’s a reason Murrieta is the state’s No.2 safest city. Being a registered member Mayor with Sustainable Living aka Agenda 21, the same people who stood with him at the border vote at the polls. The mayor’s re-election bothers those who don’t see the real world. Didn’t you ever hear, Life’s not fair

But firefighters are different. They are a breed apart, like farmers. The story surrounding the case portrayed illustrates some interesting conflicts.

Melissa Reynolds was one of the four cheerleaders, ages 14 to 17, injured.

Her grandmother, Rozette Dewart, says the 16-year-old is now spending most of her days in a hospital bed at the family’s home.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

TO JEFF STONE, SHERIFF OF NUGGINGHAM



GOLDEN FRIDAY

Temecula, CA – It seems that Santa’s Elves can’t be everywhere this holiday season and so, a certain segment of the public has been put to use instead. And true to the existence of Scrooge, instances of generosity are meant to illustrate how we should be all year long.

For the special task of giving away $60,000 on Black Friday rather than grabbing it to start the Christmas
Season, a unique band of volunteers was needed, and found. The Amazonian group who took up the cup have seduced Darth Vader and shown him the light. Are they female Bill Cosbys*?

The following story and pictures show the natural flow in the season when no ‘fees’ are set by authoritarian rules like existed in the days of Robin Hood’s Sheriff of Nottingham, the fee collector then, and now our Jeff Stone, the winner from this level who moves on as THE sheriff of Nuggingham. Nothing ever pissed off the old sheriff more than an act of generosity from assets that he had deemed a piece of.

Herein is the story of giving away $60,000 dollars worth of processed condensed cannabis, what is commonly called ‘dabbing’ shatter. The people, rather than the state, got the benefit from the maker who produced it for fellow patients, not to fund some bureaucrat’s new staff. The Xmas elves that assisted were those with the cutest ass ets, the 420Nurses, of course.