Hosted by Max Stone from the Hemp Embassy in Nimbin Australia for the 25th Mardi Grass
With @thecrazeco & @ballinonabudget.tv
Out takes from Housos Season 2 Episode 4 'Uncle Fred'
Franky’s favourite Uncle Fred has died but he’s left Franky something special in his will.
Uncle Fred taught Franky everything he knows, how to pick up chicks, do thongings, burnouts and graffiti stuff. When Franky gets a call from Pauly at the Fat Pizza shop he finds out Uncle Fred has died and left him something in his will. So Franky and Kev go on a road trip to the desert to see what riches he has inherited.
Cannabis grow room art installation in the heart of the Australian city killed by alcohol fueled violence to demonstrate the new wave of stoners are successful members of society and spark debate about the inadequate laws turning them into criminals.
@thecrazeco with @ballinonabudget.tv
Adam Scarf &
The Craze Co
Beat by MPC Mumbles
Special thanks to DJ Tera'Byte and the anonymous hemp sector
Spirits were high, with the annual Nimbin MardiGrass festival in full swing.
The three-day event protests drug laws, while also celebrating the unique culture of the town.
As we walk into Fintan’s studio located in Marrickville, we see a space filled with miscellaneous paraphernalia. A colourful artistic mess. The artist himself greets us with a genuine and warm smile. His firm handshake pleasingly indicates balanced confidence. Those two things already tell me a lot about Fintan’s personality and my first impressions have been underpinned in our chat. The greatness and exceptionalism of an artist lies primarily in his artwork, but in the rare cases when knowing one’s value and a humble attitude becomes intertwined, the experience of being around a creator is significantly beautified.
View the full interview here http://www.ballinonabudget.tv/lifestyle/interviews/interviwing-fintan-magee-one-of-a-kind-graffiti-artist/
8 year old Kaitlyn has numerous chronic conditions including refractory epilepsy. Cannabis oil is the only thing that helps, but her supply is in jeopardy due to the drug's continued illegal status.
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly and Pete Helliar, plus guest host Rachel Corbett as they discuss the government's latest Gonski proposal and calls to legalise medical marijuana for children, with special guest Luke McGregor.
02 May 2017