Reverend Ryan updates, California decriminalizes marijuana

OnCali potleaf Friday, outgoing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenneger signed a bill that fully decriminalizes marijuana in California, reducing what was a misdemeanor to a summons for possession of an ounce or less. “It’s one more small victory,” says Yes on Prop 19 proponent Richard Lee.


Also from Reverend Ryan.  Our family has been cutting back as much as possible.  Not just on expenses, but also on our carbon foot print.
We have bought land in Northern California in light of all of the wonderful political and soon to be economical changes that are taking place there.
We have also started to experiment with solar panels, and geo-desic building structures.

It is important to us to pass on a good and healthy world to our children.  Cannabis is a huge part of that legacy too.

Here are some pictures of recent projects:

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We enjoy putting in the extra work to make our world better. 
With our couch project, we are recycling a 40 year old could that was left in our garage.
We have lived in furnished rental houses for the past 3.5 years, so we are now just piecing our creature comforts back together.
But instead of spending $4000 on new furniture, we are recycling.  This couch when finished will be awesome!
Plus we found $20 in the bottom of the couch, which paid for about half of the materials!

Our solar panel project has been a long awaited venture.  We are looking forward to going off grid, so I bought a set of solar panels
at Harbor Freight for a really good deal.  Next is to build my own panels.

The geodesic home frame is a scale model of a plan that we have and we are planning on building next year in California.  Geodesic homes are very energy efficient and cost effective to build in many ways.  More updates on this to come.  We are hoping to use Hempcrete for the outer wall construction.  So that will be interesting if California legalizes cannabis this year so that hemp can soon be grown in California.

Android App Cannabis I had my first day off in 12 days, and I finally got access to Android App Inventor this weekend!  So I built my first Android App.
It is a quiz/music player/history lesson application for android phones.

This is a non-market app.  I haven’t submitted it yet.  It is still basically in beta, even though it functions perfectly.
Give it a try please, and give me some feedback if you try it.  Thanks in advance!

Installing Applications via APK install:

In addition to the applications the Android Market offers, you can also use it to install other downloaded third party applications.

1. Copy the APK file to your Android’s memory card and insert the card into your phone.
2. Download and install the Apps Installer application from the Android Market
3. Once installed, the Apps Installer will display the APK files on the memory card.
4. Click and install your APK files.

This is the file to download:

For getting the “Apps Installer” you will have to go to the Market on your phone and do a search for it there. Its a free app, as is the xCannabis app.

Thanks for helping me debug this beta software. It’s almost at 100%, because its not very complicated. This is my first app. Im about to start on #2.

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