It is now my favourite part of the day because I am now going to review G13 Haze.

When I first looked at G13 haze I was surprised by its density and its strong smell, haze does not usually smell this strong (it also smells strong when smoking.) I believe the G13 haze I smoked was very well grown and its very expensive to buy (at least here in the UK where EVERYTHING is expensive but thats another story.)

Upon having a smoke on it I am amazed. It’s very hazy but full of other flavours a bit soapy and a bit skunky and very thick smoke. G13 is very strong and not really a good one to start on but for regular users that want something strong (as it gets) G13 haze is a must try. I would be interested in trying other versions of it.

I have to say its one of my all time favourites and one of the strongest I have tried. From now every skunk I smoke will be compared to G13 haze which is definitely one of the finest I have ever tried. Not really one for the day much better for the night time as it can make you feel tired also comes with slight paranoia.

I have always preferred haze to cheese and traditional skunks, I think they are tastier and more uplifting as soon as I hear “haze” I smile but G13 haze is now my favourite haze and weed that I have smoked and I will be lucky if anything beats it anytime soon.

G13 HAZE scores 9.4/10

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21/11/2017 (today)



Theresa May vows to rip up human rights laws in fight against terrorism

Below is a short part of the story posted by The Evening Standard (the newspaper that has former Conservative MP and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne.)

Theresa May has declared that she will tear up some human rights laws as she ramped up her rhetoric in the fight against terrorism.

The Prime Minister said she was looking at how to do make it easier to “deport foreign terrorist suspects back to their own countries”, adding that is if she is re-elected on Thursday “we will change laws so we can do it”.

She made the comments, which came after seven people were killed and dozens injured in a horrific terrorist attack in London Bridge, in one of her last speeches before the General Election campaign draws to a close.

Mrs May’s stance was criticised by her rivals, who said the issue was one of resources and once again pointed to cuts to police numbers during Mrs May’s time as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016. Read more here https://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/theresa-may-vows-to-rip-up-human-rights-laws-in-fight-against-terrorism-a3558686.html

Theresa May’s and the Conservative Party’s language disturbs me “rip up human rights” for you, your children for everyone to fight terrorism? But doesn’t that just mean terrorism has won? Is she so shortsighted that she does not see or understand that or does she know that fear is her only card.

It concerns me the way she presents people losing their human rights and internet regulation as positive steps when they are not positive because they make us less free and the government more powerful.

The Daily Mail today reported

Labour’s apologists for terror: The Mail accuses Corbyn troika of befriending Britain’s enemies and scorning the institutions that keep us safe

Today, the Daily Mail accuses Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Diane Abbott — the troika who could run the next government — of being unashamed apologists for terror, who have devoted their lives to befriending the enemies of Britain while undermining the very institutions that keep us safe in our beds.

Let us be clear. We have no doubt that Mr Corbyn’s expressions of horror over the atrocities in Manchester and at London Bridge, and his sympathy for the victims and their families, were sincere.

But the ineluctable truth is that the Labour leader and his closest associates have spent their careers cosying up to those who hate our country, while pouring scorn on the police and security services and opposing anti-terror legislation over and over and over again.

Yes, Mr Corbyn has impressed some with his quiet composure under hostile questioning. But he personally has spent a political lifetime courting mass murderers in the Middle East, Ireland and elsewhere in the world, affronting his party and its decent traditional supporters, while voting on 56 occasions against measures aimed at containing the terrorist threat.

Meanwhile, his closest ally, the Marxist shadow chancellor John McDonnell, has called for MI5 and armed police to be abolished, while saying that the IRA murderers of men, women, children, British servicemen and police officers should be ‘honoured’.

If the Conservative do win this election his article (and many others published by most the the mainstream media) published by the Daily Mail (sometimes called Hate Mail or Daily Fail) show that the Conservatives, British media and Theresa May have been reduced to blatant propaganda, biasedness, censorship and fear and hate mongering racist bullshit to win this election (if they do win which most polls are predicting they will.)


I love weed and I love blogging so I have decided that I am going to begin reviewing strains of weed that I get access to. The first being Jack Herer.

Jack Herer was created in the Netherlands in the mid-1990s, where it was later distributed by Dutch pharmacies as a recognized medical-grade strain. I first tried Jack Herer in Amsterdam when I was in my early twenties and I remember it starting ridiculous giggling fits so when I got my hands on it again years later I was pretty excited.

When I first light it I taste a bit of haziness crossed with traditional skunk its a nice tasting smoke. In strength it is not the strongest and does not make you feel tired in fact you can almost fully function when you are smoking Jack Herer.

In effects of Jack Herer are good it makes you ridiculously happy, giggly and calm and their is no paranoia from it as there is with some of the very strong skunks. Jack Herer defiantly has a creative feel to it. Jack Herer tends to be expensive.

I would say Jack Herer is a good skunk for a beginner, a writer or somebody attempting something creative. Full blown weed heads (like me) might want something a touch stronger for the night but this skunk is uplifting and can be smoked anytime of the day without ruining your day.

Jack Herer Scores 7.5/10

If you would like me to review your weed email me @ mikey.h.1980@googlemail.com