posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 03:36 AM
reply to post by bknapple32
If I remember right, the Union gave an in depth look at how the marijuana market works. I don't remember much complaining.
However, I easily may have filtered out memories of the complaints, because I feel the same way about every other drug documentary. The union is
interesting in a similar way that a documentary on any niche market would be. It shows how each player/individual works in the machine that is the
You would learn about investors, farmers, distributors and such.
Right now I'm watching Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox. It isn't conspiracy, but so far so good. It is an odd documentary. I expect it will talk about the
hazards of chemicals found in modern sanitary and cosmetic products, which could be considered conspiratorial. Why are companies allowed to distribute
This documentary recounts the how and why of Dr. Bronner, why he invented this natural Castile soap. A former chemist, the soap was revolutionary
for the time, as it contained no chemicals and came in different fragrances. Peppermint, almond, and even more natural fragrances. I can even remember
the blue labels and the different sayings.
Toward the last half of the show Dr. Bronner's son visits the Illinois mental institution, bringing samples of the soap for the workers. At the time
Dr. Bronner was committed, he was speaking at the University of Illinois, and the Dean had him arrested for his rantings.
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