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100,000+ new/well-paying jobs created through compassionate medical marijuana legislation

Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by Jim Alekson, Oct 5, 2011.

  1. Jim Alekson

    Jim Alekson Active Member

    Dear Corax:

    We have brought to the attention of Transform, however, we have received no feedback from them.

    Very best,

    Jim
  2. Maidmarian

    Maidmarian Stubborn Socialist

    Jim ??

    ATOS ??
  3. Jim Alekson

    Jim Alekson Active Member

    Dear SpineyNorman:

    We do not involve ourselves in politics and do not make political contribtions to any party in any country.

    Very best,

    Jim
  4. Yata

    Yata no future

    ffs dont quote me i didnt even read the thread
    ok its my own fault
  5. Jim Alekson

    Jim Alekson Active Member

    Sorry cannot find your definition of ATOS above.
  6. ItWillNeverWork

    ItWillNeverWork outlook innacurate

    For a salesman you're pretty shit tbf.
  7. SpineyNorman

    SpineyNorman WAWAW?

    But you'll be taking my advice on entering new markets? I'll take my commission in used £20 notes please. Oh, and if lobbying politicians for changes to drugs laws isn't "involving yourselves with politics" then I don't know what is.
    rollinder likes this.
  8. danny la rouge

    danny la rouge Anti-homelessness stud.

    Thanks. I'm not familiar with the word "familial", though. Please advise.
  9. Jackobi

    Jackobi swallows anything

    You aren't generating a whole new industry, the marijuana industry has existed for thousands of years, although in more recent history it has been mainly black market. What you have done is patented a method of administrating marijuana, a patch [which isn't innovative either], which was probably the last un-patented method of administration. Well-done. There are far easier, more cost-effective methods of administration, such as ingestion. Which is probably why you are now trying to hawk your wares in the UK, the US potheads think it is a shit idea too and don't want to invest.
    rollinder likes this.
  10. Yata

    Yata no future

    Dear Jim,

    Can you fix it for me to have free legal weed on the NHS?
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  11. gentlegreen

    gentlegreen Nadie espera a la babosa española

    Why don't we get any nice new people to play with ? :p
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  12. Jim Alekson

    Jim Alekson Active Member

    Dear Elbows:

    Posted this same reply to Yata.

    The United Kingdom needs to consider redirecting its attention to clean bio-fuel alternatives. Renewable energy sources in the United Kingdom in 2009 were a contributory source of approximately 6.0% of the total electrical energy consumed in the United Kingdom. Approximately 32% of the UK's energy was generated from the use of coal; a significant contributor to environmental damage not only from emissions but also from Refuse Coal Deposits.

    The 1,000,000 acres of forest land we speak of at our websites is forst lands that have been decimated by the infestation of the Pine Bettle and are considered a catatrophic fire hazard (Northern Montana and Utah). The Native American Tribes with who we closely collaberate, are looking to us to systematically cut down the infected forest lands and replant for the futre.

    As to Hemp cultivation, it is one the the most versitile plants in the the world and can contribute greatly to the creation of jobs and the rediscovery of products which throughout history have been manufactured from Hemp at considerably lower cost that nylon and other man-made products.

    The area of Cornwall and Devcon are ideal for Miscanthus cultivation as a biomass. At maturity, a an average acre of Miscantus can produce more than 20 tons of biomass for conversion to electricla energy. Miscanthus is a completly renewable source of energy. There have been several studies conducted in Cornwall and Devon which specifically address the cultivation of Miscantus as a bioenergy source.

    very best,

    Jim
  13. editor

    editor Like an ultra left hatboy on heat

    Your volume control is on the blink again.
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  14. gentlegreen

    gentlegreen Nadie espera a la babosa española

    What do you plan to do for fertiliser ?
  15. Jim Alekson

    Jim Alekson Active Member

    Dear Maidmarian:

    Please direct us to their website. We are not familiar with this agency.

    very best,

    Jim
  16. Maidmarian

    Maidmarian Stubborn Socialist


    ATOS is the name of an agency employed by "our" govt. to screw over sick people & get them to work.
  17. Jon-of-arc

    Jon-of-arc Stealing yo' likes

    Dear Jim,

    You're wasting your time, both by posting here as everyone dislikes you for blatant profiteering, and by imagining that the PM/coalition will legalise weed for any reason. What do you know about UK politics?
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  18. danny la rouge

    danny la rouge Anti-homelessness stud.

  19. Jim Alekson

    Jim Alekson Active Member

    Dear Kizmet:

    We are looking or an opportunity to start a dialogue with the Government of the United Kingdom not only for Compassionate Medical Marijauan Legislation but also for the introduction of the environmentally sustainable Patent Technologies and Proprietary Methodologies that we can bring to the United Kingdom.

    Very best,

    Jim
  20. gentlegreen

    gentlegreen Nadie espera a la babosa española

    In the UK only her Majesty the Queen is allowed to address herself in the plural. :mad:
  21. Jon-of-arc

    Jon-of-arc Stealing yo' likes

    I think he means why are you posting here about it...?
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  22. Kizmet

    Kizmet Well-Known Member

    I got that bit - what do you want from us?

    Appealing for investors via forums seems a little scattergun.
  23. danny la rouge

    danny la rouge Anti-homelessness stud.

    That's true, actually. I don't want to condone unpatriotic disrespect. Jim, when you say "we", is there more than one of you?
  24. BarbedWire303

    BarbedWire303 Bànned

    I think the dustbin beckons... :)
  25. FridgeMagnet

    FridgeMagnet ammonia snooker balls

    Human cloning isn't legal either :mad:
  26. Voley

    Voley "This huge hill of flesh"

    We are not amused.
  27. Dan U

    Dan U Boompty

    Bonkers
  28. Jim Alekson

    Jim Alekson Active Member

    Dear Elbows:

    We have put the casino development in Guatemala on hold pending the outcome of a Casino/Hotel/Entertainment Project which we are about to close funding for in Mississippi which will create some 3,000 jobs in 2013.

    We expect to be back in Guatemala in Q2 of 2013 to move forward with several energy related developments.

    Very best,

    Jim
  29. Dan U

    Dan U Boompty

    Drugs and Casinos eh
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  30. SpineyNorman

    SpineyNorman WAWAW?

    You forgot to tell him that although you're lobbying the UK government in order to have legislation changed you don't get involved with politics.
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