Reviews

Bud Time

Matt Redbeard and Evan Vest, contributors Savage Henry has looked long, far and hard for the most educated and informed cannabis experts in the industry…but those snobs are expensive so we found these two guys trying to break into the Savage Henry office one day so we put them to work smoking, dabbing and eating all kinds of marijuana and …

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Bud Time

Matt Redbeard and Evan Vest, contributors Triangle OG is an incredibly potent, super smooth, earthy bud that will send your brain into a whirlwind of pure relaxation with a full spectrum of creative thoughts. Redbeard – Ever had that dream where you’re standing in a crowd and everything is so blissful that you pinch yourself to see if it’s real …

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Bud Time

Matt Redbeard and Evan Vest, contributors Cherry OG is a perfect hybrid cross. The combination of Afghani, Cherry Thai and the that beautiful Lost Coast OG is something to behold. This strain brought to you by Humboldt Organic Gardens. Redbeard: Cherry OG is like a skunky chocolate covered cherry that gets you hella faded. The smell is loud as fuck …

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Restaurant Review – Pizza My Heart, Santa Cruz

You know those days when you drink on the beach all day, check out a theme park and then bounce around a new city going from dispensary to dispensary? And then you’re all like, dang, I can really stand to eat. If you’re in Santa Cruz, and near a Pizza My Heart, this is the place for you. Large slices, …

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Restaurant Review – Abruzzi – Arcata, California

Why do people do things they know are bad for them? The biology of the human body is a powerful force. It can make people do the exact thing they set out specifically not to do. Is there a real payoff to smoking a cigarette when it is raining outside? Your brain, lungs and frozen fingers say no, but a …

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Book Review: We are Legion, (We are Bob)

We are Legion, (We are Bob) Dennis E. Taylor After reading a painful historical fiction based off the life of Wyatt Earp’s wife (painful because it sucked and I finished it anyway), I thought I’d get back into my personal favorite genre, SciFi/Fantasy. This book is short and sweet. It has everything a historical romantic Western doesn’t: Cryogenics, space travel, …

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Samantha Gilweit – Single.Mother.Fucker. – Review

M.Bunny, contributor With such crisp, clear, and captivating vocals  from the get-go, one is easily going to enjoy this production.   Samantha’s voice sounds sooo right, like you’re listening to an awesomely hilarious audio book with great backing tracks to boot. Upon first listen, I was drawn to the words and her wonderful voice. On a second listen (by choice), …

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Book Review – Fingerprints of the Gods

Graham Hancock lays out an interesting theory based on his research that Antarctica housed an advanced civilization before earth crust displacement moved the continent south. It explains why all cultures have a Great Flood myth and why pyramids spring up in unadvanced cultures.   Homeboy makes a good point. Now excuse me while I roll my eyes at history books …

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The Odyssey Cult “Volumes 1 and 2”

The Odyssey Cult Volumes 1 and 2 Ben Allen, music editor Devotion to a cult based on sprawling, ambient, feedback-laden guitar improvisation is no easy task. For the uninitiated, The Odyssey Cult is the brainchild of Ethan Miller, a musician known for embracing classic rock sensibilities and down and dirty garage music. On this release, we find Miller with only …

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Album Review: Feral Ohms

Feral Ohms Feral Ohms Amanaka, Contributor Remember getting thrown up against a wall and liking it? That’s what Feral Ohms feels like. A good old fashion ass kick straight to the ears. The name “Ethan Miller” was enough to get me interested. Miller has a stellar track record of musical outlets, playing in bands such as Comets on Fire, Heron Oblivion …

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