Original Guru of Good Game
Original Guru of Good Game

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Special 420 episode

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A Special 4/20 episode.... Join me for a special episode on the joy's of Weed !!! I'm a Proud PotHead and wish to join other PPH's to share our love of Weed. Go to OGGOODGAME.COM and leave a voice message, How did you do your 4/20 day ? I want know how you enjoyed your 420 during the Lock-Down, What creative way's did you come up with to "Puff Em Up" Leave a Voice mesage @ www.OGGoodGame.com. Also on today's Special 420 episode--- Create a Community based Digital Currency back by Renewable Energy from a Community Energy Project. That sells the energy to the Power companies for a profit for the community. I really need feed back on this ... Like, Share, Comment !!!

A welcome to a another episode originalGuru, good game, I'm your whole zero G, and this is our special for twentyepisode. Yes, that's right! We are celebratingfor twenty today, and this is a special episode I just decided to put together.You know, throw it out in celebration for twenty and all of us Ph and caseyou wondering what that is. We are the proud potheads and we are proud to bepot heads and we gonna be Pothead, so puff him up if you got them so quickly. I just want to say hope:Everybody is and John here for twenty, even though it can't be the way we wantit because of the quarantine situation, which is just we ar to get you knowyour puff on, but it's not all right to die from getting your puff on, feelwhat I'm saying so stay home stay safe, stay, puffed, but don't kill yourselfin the process and what am I puffing on to day? Well,I have some O G Rino wet. No, no! That's not what it'scalled. What is that stuff called again? Oh yeah, it's called White Rhino. Ihave some White Rhino. I have some bubble gum cush. I have some Arizona and I just have something. I don't know what the hell it is. Imean ain't really got no name to it. No special fancy about it. It's justregular weed, I guess, but it's good. I put it that way. So I know I was supposed to have thisout by eleven am but like is four twenty and I got caught up and what canI say I was for twenty in it. You know I was mixing. My Shit up to you knowlike White Rin, O with the bubble, gum, cush or the bubble, Gon Cush, withArizona the Arizona with the regular shit, regular shit with the like RyanOld. So you know I've been kind of in and out today, mixing up combinationsand getting my mother fucking puff on hope. You all doing the same thing. So what I want to know is what are youpuffing on? So anybody out there is smoking blazing puffing them up. I wantyou to go to the website. Oh G, good game, dot, hum and Click on the voice.Message and leave me a message as to...

...what you puffing on I want to know. Iwant to hear it, and so we can talk about it later, because you know we'regoing to put this in the next episode. So all my fans, all my friends, are allmy family. If you listening in and you enjoying your four twenty, I would ask that you go ahead and go tothe website. Oh G, good, gamecock on the leave, a voice message and send mea voice message telling me what you're puffing on on four twenty, because I know you know: We've beenlocked down on four twenty couldn't have it the way we want it. So what Iam proposing is that we institute a seven twenty, that's right, seven, twenty in themiddle of the summer, and the reason why I say the middle of the summer isbecause that's what most people have free time to actually enjoy they pusession kind of hard to do it in April. You know you still got kids in schoolor you might have a sudden spring break, or you know it just kind of makes itawkward depending on what part of the country you living in, and how youreducational system calculates their school days and break time, and all ofthat other good shit. You Know Plus Day Care is that another plus it might noteven be legal in your state, which could be a pain in the ASS. So you haveto plan accordingly depending on your situation and your location. So that'swhy I propose that we start a new tradition or whatever you want to callit, and we do see twenty, the seven twenty session call it that you knowbring back that old school session where everybody get together and getthe puff on, and I figure at least by July. We should have enough informationas to this corona virus and its infection rate and how it transfersthat we can make. Adjustments in you know ways do we can make it safety we canget together, get our puff on and nobody has to die or get sick. Or youknow fuck up they fold twenty well fuck upday, seven! Twenty, because you know nobody wants to fuckup they puff session and nobody wants to leave lose they puff session. Sothis is the way that you know we can give us some time they get this alittle bit. You know little handle on this, which you know with the currentOrange Idiot in office. I doubt if it's going to happen quite it. The way we wanted to, but youknow a start- is better than nothing, but this is who we stuck with so we'lljust deal with it for now, but if everything can go according to thegovernor's role and with the scientific...

...experts are saying, we should do, thenit's possible that things might ease a little tension by July and then thatwill give us a you know, time to plan accordingly and in seventy spring inand everybody we get together instead of having a big crowded event, I wanteverybody to go, live and call up just your closest family and friends, andyou know, whoever is no ing, Your Life, that you want to bring around yourfamily and friends and have an old school seven twenty session, and we youknow you come with your puff. You come with your drink, you break out thegrill, you come with, you grow up and then everybody get together and alocation back yard front, Porch a Rio, you know living situation is set up orhow y'all decide to link it up. You know and keep it small, keepingintimate, keeping only the people. You know you know you love and care about,and you know that you respect so in that way, don't nothing kick off thatit's going to start something just going. You know fuck up the wholesession and in in that way you can have a goodpulses on drink session each session and nobody has to go into a violentsession or ignorant session, because we got too many those that happen and weneed a whole lot less of them. So this way everybody can enjoy they puff.Everybody can have a good ass time without anybody acting an ASS. I just hope that works out that way,but that's what I'm looking forward to so nobody acts an ass and I think thatmight work. I don't know we're going to have to try it and see. Hopefully youget some more people who are interested in trying to do something like this andhit me back with some voice messages on you know. How would you set up yourseven twenty session? That's what I want to hear everybody, thus listeningeverybody that think. That's a good idea: go to the website, O g good gamecockdown to where it says, send a voice message and Click on the star buttonand record your voice message and tell me how you would set up you seventwenty session, all right and anybody who puts in their voice message on how they will set upthe sentent session will get played on the air on the next episode of theoriginal Guru of good game and I'm going to leave it there for right now and we'll come back to some moreinteresting and more topics. Okay and we are back and the next subject that Iwanted to talk about. I told you I was going to stay away from that covednineteen pandemic thing, and I really meant thatthat should be talked about by the experts people. You know in the fieldnow about infectious diseases. Viral...

...infections, all that stuff, not by a lawyer, not by a real estate business man, not by a evangelical nut case. So we don't leave that alone and letthe professionals talk about it. But since it is a part of our way of liferight now, and we hopefully it will transition into something- This not causes so much havoc in ourdaily lives. So but everybody expect way our way of life to changepermanently. This is not going to be a short term thing, medium term thing,long term thing: This is going to be a permanent change and we going to haveto make some adjustments to this new change. But because of this I wanted to touchup one, how much this a pandemic has emphasized and really brought tolight the income, inequality and the healthcare disparity amongst African, American and Latino Americans in theUnited States and is showing that it's some real biases and, Oh, my God. It just is really sad tosee how neglected those two minority groups arein this country and how they're really not even considered in any of the socalled care. So, which brings me to this point that I blame both Democratsand Republicans. Neither one of them got clean hands on this, and it's about time that if theRepublicans want to bring blacks into their voting fold, then you'll need to stop bullshittingaround and actually do something for the people that you ask in the vote,for you and Democrats actually need to do the shit they claim they doing for those minority groups that they counton their votes, so they both need to be put to task. But I would like to come up with asolution. See not complaining, not bitching, notmony, not whining, not protesting, because God knows the amount ofresources and organization the goals in this have a protest. You people ought to be ashamed ofyourself that you ain't doing more in your communities, but my approach wouldbe simply this. It is perfectly legal and y'all can check this out. Google,it do whatever you got to do, but it is perfectly legal that you can createyour own money...

...just as long as you're not trying to doit to avoid paying taxes. That is perfectly legal for you to create, saya community based currency. Now in New York state there is a towncalled Ithaca New York, where the ever famous Ethica Firearms Company started and they have there what they callIthaca hours, and this is a community based currency and you pledge say ten hours for ten Ithaca dollars or, however,they worked that system. I and then you know you take your Ethica,our money and you say you want to go. Get your hair cut! Okay! Well, you goto the barber. He takes the ETHICA, our money and in exchange you know he give you a hair cut, butthen later on, he'll say well I'll need my grass cut, so that'll be worth what say five hours and then on the you know future date.The jaw negotiate on you come in and you cut his grass everybody happy andyou know that's how the system's supposed towork. I mean Google it to get more in death, information on and I'm just you know, giving you the gist of it,but Google it at theca hours, community currency. You know it's a good New Yorkcheck it out for yourself. You know find out how I work now. I also read this other online. I guess you couldsay a paplet or booklet or Bro Shore, and this person came up with the ideaof energy back currency, and I thought that was really abrilliant idea, because the current money that we use is back by debt whenit used to be back by gold, but we don't have enough gold to back all themoney we printed so now we just you know future that they expecting us theaverage American citizen to pay off ain't that wonderful anyway, a community base currency, this back byenergy, and I would recommend renewable energy now if we create communityenergy projects, where these projects in our community are strictly design toproduce renewable energy, wind and solar or whatever else, we can come upwith feed that directly back into the grid, which means the power companieswould then have to buy that energy that we put into the grid buy that back fromus at the retail rate. So in that way, our community basedcurrency would actually have a real world value dollar, just like theAmerican dollar, except is only spent...

...in the community which would prevent itfrom leaving the community so we'll be able to keep the money in the communitythan by doing that, we can close that income inequality gap. You know by having more businesses andmore people except that currency in the community, we can rebuild a communityby community instead of trying to do a citywide nationwide, which just don'tseem to work because trickle down is not happening. So, let's just get offof that. Okay- and I figure you know with this- We canput a more community based health centers. Youknow basically like a little check uplocation. You know you come in its broadband service, set up connect directly to a physician or adoctor or hospital, and you have something like registered nurses, andyou know somebody who got years of experiences anurse running the place. You know you come in. You get your blood pressurecheck. You know they listen to your heart, you know. Take your temperaturemight draw a little blood, put it in a loo machine. You know, let it run. Dothis thing, get us analysis and then boom you got to check up and the doctor canvirtually. You know, look through all your vitals and information and thisthat and the other and say, okay. Well, if he feel, is something necessary. Heneed to see you directly. He can schedule a time for you to come inother than that. They can say. Come back in a couple of weeks check yourvitals again make sure everything good simple as that and with a communitybased currency. That's how we afford to pay for it, because these health centers will be strictly in thecommunity. So you don't have to leave out of your neighborhood and go halfway across the city or outside the city to another city. Just so you can go,get a damn check up when you should have been able to get it at your localhealth clinic in your neighborhood, and these could be satellite locations,like I said, and doctors can, you know sign up to. You know be the doctor, aphysician for that location, and I said we use broad man high speed, Internetservice, so latest equipment you know and scanningand technology. So you know we can blood pressure top your scans. You knowwhatever else they got out here now, because you know technology is amazingthese days and in that way people can get monitored on their health so thatit doesn't manifest into a problem later because, unfortunately, in thosecommunities, people really don't go to the doctoruntil it's series, nobody really can afford to go for a regularly scheduledcheckups or get this test in that test...

...done because that's never covered upunder the government run health program or even at the emergency room that Iremember the Publicans used to say that we already had free health care. Low Hel care iscalled the emergency room yeah. Why? I can't go to the emergency room for acheck up. I can only go to the emergency room as something wrong andthat's the problem, because by the time we actually go tothe emergency room half of the time. It's too damn late. When we should havebeen getting regular check ups to where we could have caught it before itbecame a problem and then that wouldn't been a big financial drag on the healthcare system, but of course trying to get them to figure that out. Let's see what happens in the future, but anyway, that's all I wanted to cover on so youknow just some little good game. Tid Bits help move us in a better direction.You know that crypto currency, you know community based CRYPTO currency back byrenewable energies that we produce in our neighborhood can't go wrong with that. You know wecan distribute it evilly amongst all the people in the community, and thenwe can produce employment within the community. Sonobody got to go halfway across town to go to work. You can work in yourneighborhood, you know I'm saying, walk out your door. Go Two blocks you at thejob. Now who wouldn't love that and you canget you know getting paid good money because you know we saw in the energyback to the power companies, that's going to bring in some good money. Somestraight up good money. We talking, you know five, maybe six figures a monthdepending on how well we upscale it, but we definitely talking about it atleast five figures a month just to start off with you know, first year weshould be producing five figures a month, so think about it, but that marinade in the mind for a minute andthen come back with you know. Let me know what you think about it once again:Go to O G Good Game Com scroll out and then you will see, send to a voicemessage: Click on a start, button and record your voice message and hitsin. When you done- and I will play it on the next episode or I should say onfuture upcoming episodes- I don't want to Overdo it. You know have a hundreddifferent little voice messages, I'm trying to cram into one show that justbe too much, but I will you know if you do decide tosend one. I will let you know when your episode will air before it does. So youknow tell your family and friends and listening because you're going to be onthe show,...

...all right, and I think that is about to do it forthis four D, Twenty episode, because I'm trying to get back to my fourtwenty N- and I know you'll- probably about to do the same. But once again Ilike to go over and say that we going to start the seven twenty tradition you know, hopefully by then the lockdown the quarantine will be eased up a little bit and, like I said, instead oftrying to gather at social locations, let's just try getting to gatheringtogether with family and friends at a predetermined family of friend location. In that way,we an't got to worry about nothing getting too wild too crazy, or toerratic that we can't have a good time in a puff up. You know, like I say, puff him up and once again, please go to thewebsite. Oh G, good, CAMECO and scroll down to the middle and leave a voice, amessage- and let me know what you think aboutthe show and whether or not you enjoyed it or not- and I look forward to hearing from youso also like share comment on our facebook page, which is original guruof good game on Facebook, and we also on twitter, O g good game. Please stopbuying like chair comment and show some little love, and I hope that everybodystay safe and stay healthy and enjoy your four twenty and get your puff on because it's timeto puff them up, and I wish all y'all to join the proud, pothead movement. And, let me know if you want to joinwe'll, send you t shirt. This is a proud pot hit all right, so you'llenjoy your four twenty, and this is the end of this episode and, as my all time,favorite sang love, peace and hair grease, and I o t.

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