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« Reply #75 on: 25/08/2006 05:36:11 »
yeah...sorry about that..
i was thinking just recently that perhaps it should be moved to just chat...so go ahead haha

Ooh, yeah! All right!
We're jammin':
I wanna jam it wid you.
We're jammin', jammin',
And I hope you like jammin', too.

Ain't no rules, ain't no vow, we can do it anyhow:
I'n'I will see you through,
'Cos everyday we pay the price with a little sacrifice,
Jammin' till the jam is through.

We're jammin' -
To think that jammin' was a thing of the past;
We're jammin',
And I hope this jam is gonna last.

No bullet can stop us now, we neither beg nor we won't bow;
Neither can be bought nor sold.
We all defend the right; Jah - Jah children must unite:
Your life is worth much more than gold.

We're jammin' (jammin', jammin', jammin')
And we're jammin' in the name of the Lord;
We're jammin' (jammin', jammin', jammin'),
We're jammin' right straight from Yah.

Yeh! Holy Mount Zion;
Holy Mount Zion:
Jah sitteth in Mount Zion
And rules all creation.

Yeah, we're - we're jammin' (wotcha-wa),
Wotcha-wa-wa-wa, we're jammin' (wotcha-wa),
See, I wanna jam it wid you
We're jammin' (jammin', jammin', jammin')
I'm jammed: I hope you're jammin', too.

Jam's about my pride and truth I cannot hide
To keep you satisfied.
True love that now exist is the love I can't resist,
So jam by my side.

We're Jammin' (jammin', jammin', jammin'), yeah-eah-eah!
I wanna jam it wid you.
We're jammin', we're jammin', we're jammin', we're jammin',
We're jammin', we're jammin', we're jammin', we're jammin';
Hope you like jammin', too.
We're jammin', we're jammin' (jammin'),
We're jammin', we're jammin' (jammin').
I wanna (I wanna jam it wid you) - I wanna -
I wanna jam wid you now.
Jammin', jammin' (hope you like jammin' too).
Eh-eh! I hope you like jammin', I hope you like jammin',
'Cause (I wanna jam it wid you). I wanna ... wid you.
I like - I hope you - I hope you like jammin', too.
I wanna jam it;
I wanna jam it.


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Re: ganja!
« Reply #76 on: 25/08/2006 14:29:30 »
Thanks Ariel..I'll move it now..

Oh yes..I just love jammin...THANK YOU !!

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« Reply #77 on: 25/08/2006 14:35:48 »
Q: What type of dounuts did Bob Marley prefer ?
A: the ones with jam in.
[:I]:)
 

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Re: ganja!
« Reply #78 on: 25/08/2006 15:37:15 »
lol
 

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« Reply #79 on: 25/08/2006 17:35:21 »
Hi Members
Just got a email
read
Hi, very very sad news in the world of Roots Reggae...

http://www.cbc.ca/story/arts/national/2006/08/20/josephhill-obit.html [nofollow]
>Reggae icon Joseph Hill of Culture dies
>Last Updated Sun, 20 Aug 2006 15:43:09 EDT
>CBC Arts
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>Joseph Hill, the lead singer for the seminal Jamaican roots reggae
>group Culture and a man once hailed as a "founding fathers of black
>consciousness," has died unexpectedly while on tour in Europe.
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>Hill, 57, was with the group in Berlin when he fell ill suddenly on
>Saturday morning and died, according to his daughter, Andrea. The
>Jamaica Gleaner newspaper said he died from liver failure.
>
>Hill spent 27 years at the helm of Culture, regarded as one of
>reggae's fundamental bands.
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>"He was truly among the greats when it comes to reggae music. The
>music has lost a stalwart," reggae singer Ken Boothe told the
>Jamaican Star newspaper.
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>"Culture made a great contribution to the development of reggae music."
>
>Hill's music career began in 1972 when he joined the Soul Defenders
>as a percussionist.
>
>However, he became most famous with Culture, originally called the
>African Disciples. The group consisted of Hill, Albert Walker and
>Kenneth Dayes, who left the group in the 1990s and was replaced by
>Telford Nelson.
>
>Two Sevens Clash, released in 1976, was Culture's most influential
>record, gaining wide popularity in Jamaica and Britain. The album
>was a collection of songs written in repudiation of the Jamaican
>government's state of emergency called that year.
>
>Hill wrote Culture's most famous songs, including Natty Never Get
>Weary, I'm Not Ashamed, This Train, International Herb and Two
>Sevens Clash.
>
>Radio Jamaica has called Hill "one of the founding fathers of black
>consciousness."
>
>Culture released 26 albums of original material, most recently
>World Peace in 2003.
>
>Culture toured extensively in Africa, Japan, Israel, Britain and
>Northern Europe.
>
>After Hill's death, the group said on its website that it has
>cancelled the rest of the European tour. However, the statement said
>Culture "may perform future concerts with Joseph's son Kenyatta
>standing in on lead vocals as a tribute to his father."

http://www.cyberus.ca/~jdooley/index.htm [nofollow]
>JOSEPH HILL (1949-2006)
>
>On August 19 the reggae world lost one of its most prominent
>figures. Joseph Hill, the leader of the veteran reggae group,
>Culture unexpectedly passed away from a sudden illness. At the time,
>the group was in Berlin, Germany at the mid-point of a European tour.
>
>Recently, Hill had received a number of honors - including an
>induction into the Jamaican Reggae Walk of Fame and a 2005
>Independence Award presented by the Prime Minister of Jamaica. This
>year the group continued to draw rave reviews with typically upbeat
>performances at the 'Bob Marley 61st Birthday Celebration' in Ghana
>and 'Reggae Sunsplash 2006'.
>
>Joseph Hill will probably be best remembered for the impact Culture
>had on the reggae scene when they first appeared in 1976. During
>this period the group had a string of highly successful singles for
>producers Joe Gibbs and Sonia Pottinger. Perhaps most well known was
>the song 'Two Sevens Clash' which, due to its infectious rhythm and
>apocalyptic imagery, left a lasting impression on both Jamaicans and
>UK punks. The 'Two Sevens Clash' album was a landmark in reggae
>music and was named by Rolling Stone magazine in 2002 as one of the
>'50 Coolest Records' - the only single artist reggae album to make
>the list. The group also scored a major hit with 'Stop Fussing and
>Fighting', a song that addressed the chaotic political climate of
>the late 1970s and the attempt on Bob Marley's life.
>
>Joseph Hill and Culture quickly developed a reputation as a fearsome
>performing group. The group put in a stunning performance at the
>'One Love Peace Concert' in 1978, and was soon regularly touring the
>United States, Europe and Africa. In recent years the group has not
>displayed any signs of slowing down as they continued to perform at
>least one hundred concerts each year - with Hill's wife Pauline
>performing road manager duties. Fans of the group know that Hill
>continued to be an electrifying presence on stage - part deejay as
>he directed his band to reconfigure songs on stage and part teacher
>as he commented on Jamaican history and current political issues. In
>his lyrics, Hill often explored how the legacy of slavery continued
>to have an influence on Jamaican citizens. Yet, what made Culture
>unique was that Hill always tempered his messages by having a smile
>on his lips and a dance in his feet. He was never without a good
>joke at hand.
>
>Growing up in the parish of St. Catherine Jamaica, Joseph Hill has
>often recounted how he built a homemade drum as a child. He first
>became involved in the Jamaican music scene as a sound system
>deejay. By the late 1970s he was performing as a percussionist for
>the Soul Defenders group who were based out of Linstead. It was with
>this group (which included such figures as Nana McLean and Vincent
>Morgan) that Hill made his first recording at Coxsone Dodd's
>legendary Studio One - both as a musician and lead singer. Notably,
>the group backed such Studio One stars as Burning Spear and Dennis
>Brown.
>
>In the early 70s, Joseph performed with two groups that included
>future reggae star Glen Washington - C35 Incorporated and Stepping
>Stone. In 1976, Hill formed the harmony trio Culture with his cousin
>Albert Walker and Kenneth Dayes. The group immediately struck a
>chord with audiences by combining sharp social commentary and catchy
>rhythms. Hill has often noted that the group earned their name
>Culture. The group gained the reputation as one of the most reliable
>and enjoyable acts in reggae music. They had a string of memorable
>albums - most recently the album World Peace for Heartbeat Records
>in 2003. Significantly, Hill was not content to let Culture be a
>mere oldies act. In recent years he had recorded duets with Buju
>Banton and Anthony B., and demonstrated a keen desire to be both
>faithful to his roots and a contemporary artist. Joseph Hill was
>remarkable for his ability to simultaneously look backward and
>forward. He will be greatly missed by both Culture fans and the
>reggae community.
>
>Condolences go out to Pauline Hill, Kenyatta Hill, the entire Hill
>family, Albert Walker, Telford Nelson, long time agent George
>Michailow and the numerous musicians who formed the backing groups
>Dub Mystic, Moja Nya and Forces of Justice.
>
>Jim Dooley
>
So sad Another Reggae Legend Dies
God Bless Him
One Love
Les
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Re: ganja!
« Reply #80 on: 25/08/2006 17:40:23 »
Robert
Please do not make Jokes About Bob Marley.
only arseholes do that.
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« Reply #81 on: 25/08/2006 17:59:01 »
Hey !! Rastaman...lighten up will you ? ..take a chill-pill or something

I believe you are emotional right now because of the terrible news but I am sure Bob would have thought it a good joke...it made me laugh and boy do I need to smile right now !!

ROBERT is NOT an arsehole !..he is one of the best most valuable people here..


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« Reply #82 on: 25/08/2006 18:45:52 »
To be honest I can't stand any Bob Marley music, it just doesn't appeal to me in the slightest.

And Rastaman, it was only a joke, no need to get offened dude

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« Reply #83 on: 25/08/2006 19:12:29 »
Well I thought it was funny Robert!
 

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« Reply #84 on: 25/08/2006 19:40:23 »
Hi
If you want a good Bob Marley Joke..
What did Bob say to Rita when he left withe the sky Box.

NO WOMAN NO SKY
One love
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« Reply #85 on: 25/08/2006 19:50:19 »
These jokes are so bad they're funny

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« Reply #86 on: 25/08/2006 20:02:39 »
one cup of coffee then I'll go!

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« Reply #87 on: 25/08/2006 20:09:25 »
Hi
Mirage
Listen to Reggae it as so many true vibes...
You can not deny it
I was very lucky to see Bob
Marley live in 1980 his last tour of the UK I talked to Bob backstage at Brighton he was a good Man.
Sometime try an listen to what he says in his MUSIC.

Rast have theis own ways,,
But you will never see a Rasta without is Bible
 

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« Reply #88 on: 25/08/2006 20:14:55 »
Hey Rastaman

I live with two dj's and so I hear plenty of all sorts, quite a lot of it is Reggae. I can understand why people like it, it just doesn't flick my switch at all. I have been found in a dark corner talking to myself whilst wiggling my arse to a couple of Reggae tunes, but that's about it for me I'm afraid.

I've got a couple of mates who are really into it though, they usually play Reggae out at the nights they dj.

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« Reply #89 on: 26/08/2006 01:51:28 »
Rastaman,
you are so lucky to have seen bob marley.
im jealous beyond belief!


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« Reply #90 on: 26/08/2006 02:30:08 »
Rastaman, if u saw Bobmarley, i partied with Bennie man late last year, he's Bob's adherent

lets keep trying the untried since the birth of science innovations have been like  toy but their impacts have rocked the world
 

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« Reply #91 on: 26/08/2006 04:45:07 »
hmm weed4me...so i read you're a chef...
and...well your profile name is weed4me...
so im curious - do you make any special food...with a certain herb added?


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« Reply #92 on: 26/08/2006 04:52:39 »
quote:
Originally posted by ariel

hmm weed4me...so i read you're a chef...
and...well your profile name is weed4me...
so im curious - do you make any special food...with a certain herb added?


ariel



Now that mention it Ariel, I'm curious about something.  Some ppl have smoked this certain herb to help them sleep.  Would digesting it have the same effects as smoking it?  Does anyone know?  

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« Reply #93 on: 26/08/2006 05:24:17 »
yes..im not too sure if it will give the equivalent feeling you would get from smoking the same amount
...i think digesting it will give you the effect but it may take longer for you to first feel it
whereas its faster to get the effects of THC when it has entered through the lungs


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« Reply #94 on: 26/08/2006 20:28:02 »
wat is ganja?
ganja means weed you wanna smoke weed?
you can connect with snoop if you want some
my dear ariel?


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« Reply #95 on: 26/08/2006 20:30:31 »
where this mr rastama  are saying here all these story story are from fore fore farther ha!ha!
mr wat soever is 3long

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« Reply #96 on: 27/08/2006 01:37:28 »
quote:
Originally posted by gecko

you guys should try to stay sober for a month and then re-read this crap your typing.

i see the way people on it talk, then people pass me some i say "nope"



I tried your solution. I failed. I said no to drugs but they just wouldn't listen

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« Reply #97 on: 28/08/2006 12:53:42 »
Hi Gang
I am back.
In bed for 2 days with Back Problems
feeling a bit better today only because of my ways of dealing with pain.(GANJA)
as UB40 would say

Legalise it, yeah, yeah
Don't criticise it
Legalise it, yeah, yeah
And I will advertise it
Some of them call it tambi
Some of them call it deh weed
Some call it marijuana
Some of them call it ganja
Every man got to legalise it, yeah, yeah
Don't criticise it
Legalise it, yeah, yeah
And I will advertise it
Singers smoke it
And players of instruments too
Legalise it, yeah, yeah
That's the best thing you can do
Doctors smoke it, nurses smoke it
Judges smoke it, even the lawyer to
So you've got to legalise it, yeah, yeah
Don't criticise it
Legalise it, yeah, yeah
And I will advertise it
Politicians smoke it, and their children too
Policeman smoke it, when them a steal it from you
We've got to legalise it, yeah, yeah
Don't criticise it
Legalise it, yeah, yeah
And I will advertise it
One Love
Rastaman
 

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« Reply #98 on: 28/08/2006 12:56:17 »
Hi
I am not a Junior member I am pushing 50.
One Love
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« Reply #99 on: 28/08/2006 16:39:36 »
quote:
Originally posted by RASTAMAN

SORRY IF  I POST IN (LOUD)
I HAVE HAD A MAJOR BACK OPPERATION IN APRIL THIS YEAR.
THE PAIN IS STILL THERE.....
THE WEED IS BETTER THAN TAKE IN 20 PAIN KILLERS  A DAY
ONE LOVE
BOB
XXX:D



Hi (or should that be High) Rastaman,
did you instruct your surgeon not to remove any tissue from your back, as it would be against your religion ? ...

" In July 1977, Marley was found to have malignant melanoma in a football (soccer) wound on his right hallux (big toe). Marley refused amputation, citing worries that the operation would affect his dancing, as well as the Rastafarian belief that the body must be "whole":

He finally agreed to undergo minor surgery to excise the cancer, which was kept secret from the public.

The cancer eventually spread to Marley's brain, lungs, liver, and stomach. After recently playing two shows at Madison Square Garden as part of his fall 1980 Uprising Tour, he collapsed while jogging in NYC's Central Park. The remainder of the tour was subsequently cancelled.

Bob Marley played his final concert at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on September 23, 1980. The live version of "Redemption Song" on Songs of Freedom was recorded at this show. Marley afterwards sought medical help from Munich specialist Josef Issels, but his cancer had already progressed to the terminal stage. "

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Marley#Battle_with_cancer

The moral of this story:-
had Mr Marley converted sooner from a belief in religion to a belief in science, he would be probably be alive today.
" Mortality/Morbidity: If detected early, melanoma can be cured with surgical excision."
http://www.emedicine.com/med/topic1386.htm


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