Mr. Dick Jones on Marijuana

The original and the best. Nothing quite like it.

Here is Doc Foghorn sharing his thoughts on medical marijuana. Notice that Jones is all about control. Mindlessly so. See, he knows what’s best and tarnation if’n he ain’t a gonna give it to you – whether you like it or not.

But really: heroin products and oxytoxin??!! This assclown’s gears was a slippin’ two years ago.

– Joe Sipowicz

81 thoughts on “Mr. Dick Jones on Marijuana

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  2. The Fullerton Harpoon

    You should re-post this clip every couple of month just to remind Fullerton voters of the nincompoop they keep electing.

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  3. O.W. Douglas

    Heroin products? Oxytoxin? I think Dr. Jones needs to brush up on his pharmacopoeian terminology. Perhaps he ought to schedule a study session with his medical mentor, Sam Drucker.

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  4. amateur gardener

    Thanks Jones. Since I can’t buy from a Fullerton dispensary, I learned how to grow marijuana in my back yard. Too bad for you, it’s tax free!

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  5. Marylin

    How many people have been killed by a person under the influence of marijuana? We have had two tragedies do to people driving under the influence of alcohol!!! People are being killed by drunk drivers not “pot” drivers!

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  6. martin b

    That’s right Marylin, we subsidize bars and clubs in Fullerton to no end, but God forbid we permit the near-harmless presence of cannibis dispensaries within our borders.

    I am picturing an intellectual face-off between Judge Jim Gray and Dr. Dick Jones on the issue of marijuana legalization in California. Who would win?

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    1. Gonzo, Esq.

      Where’s the Hon. Jim Gray when you need him? I’d love to catch one of his speaking engagements when he comes around. I’ve never had the opportunity to meet him in person.

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  7. Hollis Dugan

    Just to recap. This idiot actually said in a televised hearing that he knows the people voted in favor of something but he doesnt care because they are wrong.

    Hmmm, what kinds of bad things could happen if government were allowed to hold an election, see the results and then declare the people were wrong?

    I can not imagine there are very many career military people walking around on the verge of this Memorial Day that feel this way. Dr. Hee Haw, what about all those brave men in the military who actually fought and died to preserve the outcome of free elections?

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    1. Anonymous

      Would you be interested to know that Dr. Jones was a colonel in the Air Force? I think he was expressing his opinion which falls under free speech and he certainly has the right to do so.

      I guess this is where you come to take cheap shots at people who have served their country and community because you disagree with them. How brave you are.

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      1. Joe Sipowicz

        Colonel Buffoon not only expresses his opinion, but that opinion directs City policy. And he shares his corn pone idiocy from the dais of our city council chamber

        The fact that he “served” his country (as well as himself) as a military doctor is completely irrelevant to anything.

        The right to free speech doesn’t preclude nonsense.

        Jones is a loud-mouthed cretin. And that’s my opnion.

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      2. seer2some

        He is entitled to his own opinion, but in this forum he is representing the people of Fullerton that elected him to express their interests, , NOT his own.

        The city council isn’t about him, , it’s about the people of Fullerton and their city.

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      3. karma

        doesn’t say much for the Air Force, does it?

        He is the grand Poo bah of Buffoons. I hardly call truth cheap shots. We all have freedom of speech, but he is working for US when he is behind that microphone, that seat is not in his living room….did you notice that?

        Speaking of brave?? That is rich coming from a ANONYMOUS poster. Best laugh of the day so far.

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  8. The Red Badge of Courage

    Hollis, you forget – HeeHaw got a “local hero” award from Quirk and everybody got up and clapped!

    The way I hear it Dr. Donkey just went nutsy-cuckoo at a recent Vector Control meeting. Maybe the Friends can get the tape!

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    1. Jt

      Weed has recently been found to be neuroprotective against Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative disorders.

      Sadly, starting now might be too late in our mayor’s case.

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  10. Jimmy Buffet

    Gol’damn, this idiot reminds me of some lyrics:

    We’re stayin’ in a holiday inn full of surgeons
    I guess they meet there once a year
    They exchange physician’s stories
    And get drunk on tuborg beer
    Then they’re off to catch a stripper
    With their eyes glued to her "g"
    But I don’t think that I would ever let ’em cut on me

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  11. Bill Harris

    Debaters debate the two wars as if Nixon’s civil war on Woodstock Nation didn’t yet run amok. One needn’t travel to China to find indigenous cultures lacking human rights or to Cuba for political prisoners. America leads the world in percentile behind bars, thanks to ongoing persecution of hippies, radicals, and non-whites under banner of the war on drugs. If we’re all about spreading liberty abroad, then why mix the message at home? Peace on the home front would enhance credibility.

    The drug czar’s Rx for prison fodder costs dearly, as lives are flushed down expensive tubes. My shaman’s second opinion is that psychoactive plants are God’s gift. God did not screw up. It’s all good. The administration claims it wants to reduce demand for cartel product, but extraditing Canadian seed vendor Marc Emery increases demand. Mr. Emery enables American farmers to steal cartel customers with superior domestic product.

    The constitutionality of the CSA (Controlled Substances Act of 1970) derives from an interstate commerce clause. This clause is invoked to finance organized crime, endanger homeland security, and throw good money after bad. Official policy is to eradicate, not tax, the number-one cash crop in the land. America rejected prohibition, but it’s back. Apparently, SWAT teams don’t need no stinking amendment.

    Nixon promised the Schafer Commission would support the criminalization of his enemies, but it didn’t. No matter, the witch-hunt was on. No amendments can assure due process under an anti-science law without due process itself. Psychology hailed the breakthrough potential of LSD, until the CSA halted all research. Marijuana has no medical use, period.

    The RFRA (Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993) allows Native American Church members to eat peyote, which functions like LSD. Americans shouldn’t need a specific church membership to obtain their birthright freedom of religion. Denial of entheogen sacrament to any American, for mediation of communion with his or her maker, precludes free exercise of religious liberty.

    Freedom of speech presupposes freedom of thought. The Constitution doesn’t enumerate any governmental power to embargo diverse states of mind. How and when did government usurp this power to coerce conformity? The Mayflower sailed to escape coerced conformity. Legislators who would limit cognitive liberty lack jurisdiction.

    Common-law must hold that adults own their bodies. The Founding Fathers decreed that the right to the pursuit of happiness is inalienable. Socrates said to know your self. Lawmakers should not presume to thwart the intelligent design that molecular keys unlock spiritual doors. Persons who appreciate their own free choice of path in life should tolerate seekers’ self-exploration.

    Simple majorities in each house could repeal the CSA. The books have ample law on them without the CSA. The usual caveats remain in effect. You are liable for damages when you screw up. Strong medicine requires prescription. Employees can be fired for poor job performance. No harm, no foul; and no excuse, either. Replace the war on drugs with a frugal, constitutional, science-based drugs policy.

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    1. CackleFoos

      Money is the root of all legislation, and the CSA of 1970 is full of roots put down by big alcohol, big drug, and big moral bullshit lobbies.

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  12. Hollis Dugan

    Nice to see captian Greg Mayes from the FPD leading the charge as though he was trying to become the chief or something. COme to think of it, he was trying to become the chief and now that he has been passed over we dont see him any more.

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  13. admin Post author

    I thought Greg Mayes did a good job the way he presented the staff report to the Council unlike the strong arming McKinley did.

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  14. Anonymous

    Hollis – Chris Meyer didn’t have the B**** to stand up up to city council and pick the right man for the job. I heard that Mr. Sellers was # 3 on the list! Meyer paid him so much more then the out going chief made after being there for 15 years. Now he wants to give the employees a 5% paycut. He could have saved the city alot of money.

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    1. havegunwilltravel

      Who was the right man for the job. There were three, Sellers who was #1, and Mayes, and Sanchez who were Tied at #2.

      Were you in the room making the decision?

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    1. Joe Sipowicz

      Miranda. I have to warn you. If you can’t be anything other than a pro-Hairball Sidhu crust-crab we may have to spank you and condemn you site next to “compton” as you both listen to Harry Sidhu introduce his good friend from the Chamber “Todd,” for an eternity!

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    1. Hollis Dugan

      Another shill trying to four letter word his comment into the cite-able record of FFFF.

      Guys, you cant create the record of four letter words and ignorant statements and then later cite to them as proof the blog is inflammatory and racist.

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    1. Hollis Dugan

      Well Mr. shill (compton) what we might all agree on is that you are an idiot.

      I’m not sure how “good” marijuana is as you put it. Weather or not it is good is not the issue. Should the use of it be the focus of the criminal justice system is the issue.

      There are no doubt many that are unimpressed with the virtue of marijuana yet still believe law enforcement has no place in the discussion. Sort of like the cops enforcing marital fidelity.

      Too often in this country we find our system unable to respect freedom when the exercise thereof offends some of us.

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      1. Jane H

        “I’m not sure how “good” marijuana is as you put it. Weather or not it is good is not the issue. Should the use of it be the focus of the criminal justice system is the issue.”

        It should not be a criminal matter. It is a preference and if used responsibly, can work wonders for pain.

        The DEA and the FDA need to justify the existence of their departments.

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    1. Hee Haw Says

      Yes. You did.

      See, this cretin is a sad combination of incomprehensible bloviation, uniformed opinion, more bloviation, and a certitude that comes from giving people orders your whole life, and them taking your orders – airmen, scrub nurses, receptionists, city staff, etc.. Plus being a typical dyed-in-the-wool repuglican authoritarian.

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    2. Stanley Fiala

      “Oxytoxin….did I just hear Dick Jones say that?”…….. Hmmmmm

      But to all fairness to Dick, he reversed himself on peyote. He believes that the peyote gives him better understanding of the Spiral of Life and the Realm of Magic.

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  15. Just say No to Drugs

    I’m all for recall… but do Pot and Politics for this city mix? We need people who will think of the children who grow up in this city. What has happened to the downtown…. its bad enouph to have tatoo parlors and adult themed stores along the landscape but is there is now supposed to be a Marajuana dispensery . One thing I dislike about riding my bike around the streets is all the green medicine bottles laying along the roads. Lets clean up fullerton. Lets rise above just thinking about our personal rights to please only ourselves.

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      1. Tom

        Even many conservatives are considering decriminalizing marijuana for even recreational uses. Look who is supporting the Regulate Marijuana like Wine initiative.

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    1. All Out of Proportion

      Thank you for spectacularly missing the point. It was enacted by the voters and opposed by the unelected drug warriors and their pin-headed tools like Jones.

      Nelson said it best: if you don’t like it put an initiative on the ballot!

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  16. Tom

    This video highlights the primary issue with Jones et al., it’s about their morals and beliefs, not the voters. Apparently he doesn’t have any issues with the excessive amount of alcohol dispensaries in Downtown Fullerton.

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    1. Jt

      Yeah. Dick Jones and McKinley’s morals:

      1. a hundred downtown bars serving alcohol is good.
      2. marijuana is bad.
      3. cops beating the hell out of innocent civilians in downtown Fullerton is fine.

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  17. Bushalapothead

    I just realized that all the ffffers are giant pot heads!!! That explaines everything!!!! 🙂 you ffffers are working with less brain cells the the average person!

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    1. Jt

      http://www.medpagetoday.com/Psychiatry/AnxietyStress/1934

      “Only marijuana promotes neurogenesis,” Dr. Zhang said.

      Neurogenesis. Much too hard of a vocabulary word for those GED exams. So let me define it for you. Neurogenesis is the process whereby new neurons are created.

      Neurons = brain cells.

      So, although I very much doubt many ffffers are potheads, if they were, science would dictate that they actually have MORE brain cells than the average person.

      Which would explain why they spell better than you.

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  18. Reality Is

    Joe S. I can’t find your other post about the war on drugs. I agree, it will never be won. People will always use drugs and its getting worse in terms of prescription drugs. That will be the next big fight.

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  19. Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera

    reported head of the Sinaloa cartel in Mexico, ranked 701st on Forbes’ yearly report of the wealthiest men alive, and worth an estimated $1 billion, today officially thanked United States politicians for making sure that drugs remain illegal. According to one of his closest confidants, he said, “I couldn’t have gotten so stinking rich without George Bush, George Bush Jr., Ronald Reagan, even El Presidente Obama, none of them have the cajones to stand up to all the big money that wants to keep this stuff illegal. From the bottom of my heart, I want to say, Gracias amigos, I owe my whole empire to you.”

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-henry-sterry/mexican-drug-lord-officia_b_179596.html

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  20. merijoe

    WTH? holy atomic pile, Batman….

    “It’s an opportunity to right a wrong” really?
    never mind that the PEOPLE voted for this.

    And how many bars are in DTF?

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  21. JustUs

    It’s obvious all Dick is interested in is thwarting the will of the people.

    Recall him. Do it and do it now!

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  22. old posting

    “Posted by admin in Dick Jones, Marijuana, Pam Keller, Shawn Nelson, Statewide Stuff on May 5th, 2012 1:00 PM”

    #1 by The Fullerton Harpoon on May 21, 2009 ?

    ……..these logs date way back?

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    1. Lifesaving Service

      On the eve of the hearing for the officers involved in Kelly Thomas’s beating death, Kelly’s father Ron Thomas speaks out about the graphic video of the incident.
      http://www.ktla.com/videogallery/69796720/News/VIDEO-Kelly-Thomas-s-Dad-on-Eve-of-Hearing-David-Begnaud-reports
      ***************************************************

      The father of Kelly Thomas sits down on the KTLA Sunday Edition to discuss his son’s death, and legal action against the officers who were involved in Kelly’s beating.
      http://www.ktla.com/videogallery/69796419/News/VIDEO-Kelly-Thomas-s-Father-Speaks-watch-the-KTLA-Sunday-Edition#gl-0

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  23. bit-CHEZ

    yallz mo-fos need 2 get on deck wit k-thomas……………….fuck all that jones bullshit. nigs get wit da timez. ktla b all over dis shit and you awlz bee tripping in da pa st

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  24. peaches

    Looks like “Dick” Jones is going to take a break from his strenuous council duties on May 17th –

    http://www.muzeo.org/bowl/

    wondering if each of those apparently signed up have their own teams; if yes, wonder who is on “Dick’s” team…

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