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* Every Monday, 4pm * Cannabis T.V. (ECTV) Show filming in Eugene. weekly at Community Television of Lane County - which is behind Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon. They start filming their cable-access (Eugenes) Cannabis T.V. show (CannTV) at 4:00pm. Contact: ECTV, PO Box 10957, Eugene, Oregon 97440-2957 * Watch EUGENE CANNABIS TV on Cable Channel 22/29 EVERY WEEK Wed 8:30 pm, Thurs 8:30am * Check out more on the show online at: http://eugenecannabistv.org

* Watch CANNABIS T.V. in EUGENE on Cable Channel 22/29 - EVERY WEEK - Wed., 8:30pm; Thurs., 8:30am; Monday, 11:30pm and Tues., 11:30am. In Salem, on Cable Ch 23, TUE @ 11 pm, THU @ 1 pm, FRI @ 11 am -or- SAT @ 11pm.

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* SRN Radio is about Related Amateur Radio programming, PSA’s and such - SRN Radio / AM 1700 They are trying to bring the exciting world of Old Time Radio to a whole new generation of listeners using the new technology of the Internet. Here is the AM SITE at - http://cgrn.tripod.com/17radio.htm - AM 1700 is Old Time Radio,Music and Nostalgia; they accept all music submissions from any country,etc genre and can be sent by snail mail or by e mail(subject:music, see below) in .mp3 or .wav format. Note, this is for promotional purposes only and to showcase music and provide an outlet.

SRN's Goal is to provide timely and informative and specifically target programming for the visually-impaired and or low vision, disabilities especially with seniors dealing with issues and common daily life with topical discussions. They offer a unique mix of programming, and include timely Amateur Radio News, Information, special programming, PSA's and provide and protect plus reserve this wonderful hobby for all and make this programming available to all including the low-vision sighted, visually impaired, young, seniors and more at no cost. visit - http://www.qrz.com/callsign/ke7ggv - or contact: Jerry Gaule at 541-971-6983 -or- jerrygaule@ymail.com

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Wednesday, July 4 at 12:00 PM:
me from agin wrote:
"Oregon Radio Station Directory | List of FCC Licensed AM, FM, and LPFM radio stations in Oregon, with streaming ... GOLD HILL : KRWQ FM : 100.3: Country Tested 12/25/2011 Report Broken Audio: BICOASTAL MEDIA ... http://streamingradioguide.com/radio-station-list-by-state.php?state=OR "

Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 07:28 AM:
me from here wrote:
"We will see legalization somewhere in 2012, and *The Russ Belville Show* wants to be there to bring the news to the world streaming LIVE. visit - http://radicalruss.com/ "

Thursday, May 31 at 07:22 AM:
me from here wrote:
"I'm a political junkie. I live to listen to talk radio, watch cable news and follow political reporter's tweets.

I remember some weekend morning in the waning years of the Bush administration, I was getting ready for the day when I heard the host on the radio talking about an issue that I had recently become rather curious about (to put it mildly). I just caught the tail end of it, but apparently it was a regular segment on the show called the "Marijuana Minute". I was blown away. A talk radio host, broadcasting out of my hometown of Portland, was taking a whole minute to devote to marijuana. Needless to say I tuned back in as often as I could to hear The Russ Belville Show and his "marijuana minute". visit - http://www.prohibitionisover.blogspot.com/ "

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Tuesday, October 4 at 10:29 AM:
Keith from NORML wrote:
"MK,

Because of the way the Internet works, none of us have the ability to effectively remove something we have previously posted to a website.

The bottom line is that everyone needs to understand this reality of using the Internet, and if one is worried about being publicly associated with the marijuana legalization movement, they should avoid posting topics related to legalizing marijuana anywhere, anytime.

But that seems like a terribly timid approach to me. If no one has the courage to tell the truth, it is difficult to imagine how we ever end prohibition.

Lots of effective legalization advocates have good jobs and careers, and unless one is planning on working for the DEA or CIA or some similar federal law enforcement agency, I do not think one should be muzzled by your fear of how that might impact your job search. Even then, since you will be regularly drug tested, supporting legalization should not hold one back. Your academic performance, your degree or degrees, the school you attended, and your outside interests and activities will likely determine your ability to find a good job. Your opinions about social policy, unless extreme, are unlikely to be a determining factor.

Keith

R. Keith Stroup, Esq.
NORML Legal Counsel"

Tuesday, October 4 at 10:28 AM:
MK from America wrote:
" I'm wondering if you all think that although the countless mirrors of marijuana news on the internet serve to bolster the audience numbers ( I don't really think too many people are checking these blogs and halfway pages that mirror most of the news content) that many of these sites leave damaging impact on someones name for employment.

I have spent several hours of personal time to request from various random websites that my information be removed simply because a google search for my name renders (hopefully this will be past tense- rendered) an unusual amount of marijuana commentary.

For people in the career of advocacy- this might be a good thing.. but I think from first hand this is why so many people my age in college/university/pre- career want nothing to do with the movement.

If our names can be so easily googeled by all potential employers/potential schools (grad/undergrad/other)/potent ial etc etc. then many of us will simply avoid the entire movement. I have heard this as a personal reason from many 4.0 Undergrad and Grad college students as reasons they are not interested.

Wondering what you guys think,

MK
NORML Campus Chapter person "


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