10–6-08 Little Fox Theater, Redwood City, CA poster by Chris Shaw

10/6/08 Moonalice poster by Chris ShawOcto­ber 6, 2008 Lit­tle Fox The­ater, Red­wood City, Cal­i­for­nia
Moon­al­ice poster by Chris Shaw

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, the tribe has par­tic­i­pated in every pres­i­den­tial elec­tion since the very first one, when noted hemp farmer George Wash­ing­ton was elected. The tribe has learned many things over the years, includ­ing this: pit bulls with lip­stick make lousy vice presidents.

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, Red­wood City was home to a Spe­cial Judi­cial Branch of the Moon­al­ice tribe. True to the Tribe’s Con­fu­sion­ist prin­ci­ples, the Spe­cial Judi­cial Branch didn’t know any­thing about the law, but they knew a lot about baked goods. Formed in 1967 to bring brown­ies and other comesta­bles to Ken Kesey while he was in the San Mateo County Jail, the Spe­cial Judi­cial Branch returned in 1976 to pro­vide tasty treats to Patty Hearst dur­ing her incar­cer­a­tion. For the next 30 years, they had no one to care for, so they ate the brown­ies them­selves. The Spe­cial Judi­cial Branch dis­banded when Scott Peter­son came to town.

Accord­ing to Moon­al­ice leg­end, the tribe doesn’t need help to fig­ure out that Red­wood City has a fan­tas­tic cli­mate. In a very early demon­stra­tion of ear­mark spend­ing, the US and Ger­man gov­ern­ments did a global cli­mate test prior to World War I. The test deter­mined that Red­wood City was tied for Best Cli­mate with the Canary Islands and the Mediter­ranean coast of North Africa. Red­wood City jumped on this with its slo­gan: Cli­mate Best By Gov­ern­ment Test. No one is ask­ing us, but the tribe would like to see a sim­i­lar test for hemp. Hemp Best By Gov­ern­ment Test would moti­vate every­one to get through the cur­rent eco­nomic strug­gle. If you agree, please pro­vide samples.




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