An eyewitness claimed that Obama was smoking pot, according to the website.Obama sparked some controversy in July after she skipped out on Hillary Clinton’s historic speech at the Democratic National Convention to rock out at Lollapalooza instead.The result is an introverted, anxious person who has begun to look sallow and wane.
Having seen it, several people suggested they be published as a book. What better way to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Potton Township in 1997.
It was decided to include a section on the history of the Township from its beginning when King George III signed the Letters Patent on October 31, 1797.
This historical review covers events in Potton from 1797, with photographs providing a living testimony spanning a period from about 1890 to 1950.
They vividly illustrate and pay tribute to all those who worked to develop and shape our cultural heritage.
They’ve muscled in to our political debates and have even laid claim to huge portions of the internet for their very own. According to the media, “stoners” come in two types: they’re either buffoonish and harmless or comedic and brilliant. Today, we’re going to take a look at the characteristics that define the marijuana world, with a specific focus on the truths that make these people so annoying to mainstream society. Rather, we’re presenting an unflinching portrait of pot “culture,” a gruesome reality spawned from America’s relaxed attitude towards abuse, addiction and crime. Cancer cures, William Randolph Hearst, “Hemp for Victory,” big pharma, blah, blah, blah…
Pot smokers have an arsenal of topics to throw at anyone who objects to their grim habit.
Pothheads seem to be popping up everywhere these days.
They’re in the pages of the New York Times as well as on our primetime TVs.
The Potton Heritage Association is proud to join with the many residents and descendants of the early settlers to celebrate this bicentennial.
This is an opportunity to bring forth not only dates, events and anecdotes, but to illustrate how the fabric of this society was woven by many people of different ethnic and religious origins who chose, as I have, to live in Potton for its surroundings of exceptional beauty.
There is still much to explore and to discover about our past and, in a work of this nature, may I ask the reader to overlook any inaccuracies or omissions.