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  1. mr.nobody says:

    It really makes you stop and think about around you, if you get what I mean.

    18.02.2008 at 8:23 am

  2. Colin O says:

    No I dont know what you mean. Why dont you man up and say what you mean.

    21.02.2008 at 4:27 am

  3. Marc Tremblay says:

    All hail the use of marijuana. Medically and recreationally. Although it seems that quite soon this tool of greatness will become legal in many places across the world. Now is the time, stock up on all of that nice hyg that you can get, sell it, and continue to do so and make yourslef some cash and some profit weed to get high for nothing. I think that by the time it is legal, the epidemic will be just as bad as tobacco. Laced with dangerous chemicals and physically addictive chemicals. Think about it people, would it do more harm to legalized? Personally I think so. Corporations would take advantage of it and wed have a total retell of the tobbaco industry. Now that its illegal, we all do it anyway and noone barely stops us. Police don’t bust nearly .5% of the population smoking weed out there, and we all get by on some nice, clean, and fun weed. I think that legal weed smoking rallies should exist, but not the legalization of the subject itself. It could cause more harm than good, think about it!

    -Long live the Herb.

    -Marc T

    26.03.2008 at 12:43 am

  4. Charles S. says:

    Sorry to see that you’ve left all us, Ken. I’ve often remembered those days when we were in the half-way house together contemplating on the troubles of Colorado and wether or not “they” would ever legalize the God given herb we have all known and love. I’ll miss you my friend. I shall remember you with fondness. Thank you for being my friend.

    3.05.2008 at 10:41 am

  5. Brian says:

    I was there during alot of those rallies. I helped Ken Gorman in his quest for about a year, and then we just didn’t talk in anymore. I’m still wondering what happened to Ken’s buddy Dominic. Well Rest in Peace Ken

    Keep on Smokin’ them Joints

    3.07.2008 at 11:36 pm

  6. pam church says:

    He would be so pleased. I miss Ken! KOSTJ. Pam

    4.01.2010 at 9:47 pm

  7. Cheesecake Lady Jessica says:

    Tomorrow will be the 5th anniversary of your murder Ken, I keep you in my memories everyday, your memory helps me stay motivated in my fight to transition to the new legal MMJ paradigm. When the shit these carpetbaggers and lobbyists dish out gets too ugly to be believed and I find myself cast in the role of having to be the “crazy” loudmouth who speaks the truth, I take a deep breath and tell myself, without Ken here to help it is up to you now, then I ask myself “what would Ken do”? then I get up and raise holy hell! I miss you Ken, be at peace you are not forgotten.

    17.02.2012 at 6:05 am

  8. Timothy Tipton says:

    Your missed and memory runs strong, especially these days when the Election Looms. FREE THE WEED!

    29.09.2012 at 4:34 pm

  9. mario says:

    haven’t seen those drawings in years.I miss our talks,you telling. me about the evils of booze, and the goodness of the green.well meet again someday in peace.and when I go, I hope they bury me in smoke.

    7.12.2012 at 1:08 am

  10. Brenda says:

    Your work is now a reality here in Co. I miss you friend. I never stop thinking about you. Love you Ken.

    1.01.2014 at 2:44 pm

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