The Wendy Love Edge Show with Topher Kogen has a new episode dropping today at 4:20 Central on WJAE420.com The show has been focused on new extended episodes, and this one about the placebo effect doesn’t disappoint.
With registered nurse BJ Garrett imparting the knowledge we need to understand all that the placebo and nocebo effect entail, Miss Teddi applying that to food, Wendy and Topher’s discussion about the phenomenon as applied to cannabis, and Topher’s creative 13 Queer Things, the audience will really get understand how to apply these concepts in their own lives. The show ends with a tidal wave of amazing music from Haley and the Crushers.
The new episode’s radio version will air first on wjae420.com and the TV/Video version will premeire on cannatube24.com on Tuesday 2.9.21 at 8 PM Central, before rolling out to other stations.
Stay elevated, informed and empowered. And enjoy the show!
Spencer “We The People Deserve Better” Boston By Kerry Cannon
Late January 2020, the news quickly spread around the world that a man had lit up a joint in a Tennessee courtroom, and declared- ” We The People deserve better.” Spencer Boston was in court that day, facing charges for the victimless crime of being in possession of 1/8 th of Cannabis flower. That’s about 3.5 grams. I recently had a conversation with Spencer about that day, the aftermath, the madness of Cannabis prohibition, and where he’s at now with his “criminal” case. Spencer Boston showed up to court on January 27, 2020 with a joint tucked into his pocket, unsure if he would follow through with his stunt. Spencer decided he’d see how things went and go from there, but was fully prepared for the consequences of his actions. His intention wasn’t to disrespect Judge Haywood or the court. Spencer’s intention was to bring about greater awareness of the absurdity of Cannabis prohibition, how time and resources are wasted on victimless crimes, while real crimes, with actual victims, occur. “I had nothing to lose. I had recently lost my job. If I go to jail it will be a vacation. In my eyes, I had nothing to lose at all” , Spencer shared. about his pre spark thoughts. “I’m not getting slapped in the face and being told not to do it again, when it’s really not a big deal. When there’s people out here actually doing bad things.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzfg16WyfHA
Spencer was immediately detained after lighting up the joint in the courtroom, and held for 10 days in jail in contempt of court. While incarcerated, Spencer was being told that he made High Times, his story was being reported on across the world, a gofundme was set up for him, and that many calls were being made to the court asking Judge Haywood to drop all charges against him. Spencer said he thought the people telling him this were just boasting him up. He was shocked when he learned it all was indeed true. No big news really comes from his sleepy town of Lebanon, Tennessee. Outside of federally legal Hemp (CBD), there are no forms of Cannabis legalization in Tennessee. While all use of Cannabis is medicinal, regardless of the intentions behind it’s use, Tennessee continues to make patients criminals. When asked if he receives any medicinal benefits from toking Cannabis, Spencer shared that he has ADHD. “I’m naturally stimulated. Cannabis slows me down, gives me a breather, helps me to not be overloaded, and takes tension and anxiety away” Spencer said. There are currently stacked misdemeanors charges that Spencer is facing, which are 3 civil possession charges, disorderly conduct, and contempt of court. Arraignment for Spencer Boston is scheduled for November 25, 2020. He’s currently out on bond. Interesting fact- Spencer’s dad is a long time, well respected police officer who works at the very courthouse where Spencer lit up at. His dad wasn’t aware of his son’s actions, at his work, until later that day. While in the office, other police officers shared the news that someone had light up a joint in the courtroom earlier that day. He became aware it was his son who did this, after another officer showed him a picture of the guy who lit up. Spencer said his dad was very unhappy with him for a few days after this, because of how it might affect his reputation professionally. The father/son on the opposite sides of this issue, created conversation within the police force. Spencer’s dad shared with him, that all the police officers there are for legalizing weed, that they’d rather not spend time ruining people’s lives over weed, and would rather put their efforts toward actual crimes. Interestingly, this stunt by a police officer’s son, actually created some good within the force, and didn’t hurt Spencer’s dad’s reputation at all. I asked Spencer if there was any action he’d like we the people to take in support of him. He said to standby, and that he appreciates all of the support he’s had. It was great speaking to Spencer. He’s very down to earth, and courageous in following his heart. For him it’s natural, as he doesn’t concern himself with the opinions of those who don’t contribute positively to his life. Thank you Spencer for taking one for the team! It’s going to take many of us to really end this madness. The conversation needs to be ongoing. Action must happen. We need to do what we can to stop injustices that may not directly affect us, yet indirectly they do. In the not too distant future, my full interview with Spencer Boston will be broadcasted on WJAE420.com on The KC Kush show. Tune in there to hear about Spenser’s story and more.
We are so delighted to bring you our “Women in Music” series featuring female musical artists from around the country for a live interview with Wendy Love Edge.
So far the series kicked off with ARIBAND’s Ari Charbonneau. Ari hails from Worcester Massachusetts where she IS Worcester’s organic RAWK station, raw and “off da cuff”. Ari is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist that genre hops. She often weaves in some of your favorite lyrics and licks from popular songs within her original works, with her own special additions. She also has countless originals to her credit, with deep and touching lyrics about life, compassion, and love. For more of her music, visit https://ariband.bandcamp.com/ to download free music. You are also free to make a donation in any amount to keep the music coming! The YouTube channel is @aricharbonneau.
The second in the series was a conversation with indie rocker, Angela Edge. Angela hails from Fayetteville, Arkansas and is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who produces every aspect of the music she records. She often plays all of the instruments in the tunes, and layers them with her voice. These creations are not to be missed. She has recently released her new single, “Monster”, which features her playing guitar and base. She is joined by Derek Weiand on percussion on this track.
The third installment in the Women in Music series, was with powerhouse blues, inspirational artist, and Americana singer/songwriter Shirley McAfee is Platinum G. Platinum has just completed a new album, and it doesn’t disappoint. During the show, we play and discuss her new tracks, life, love and how to stay positive. For more information on Platinum G, here is her website: https://shirleymcafee.com Her music is available there and on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/shirley-mcafee-407011958
This Women in Music series will continue twice a month going forward. Today, Dec 16,2020, you can catch all three of the previously aired women in music shows with the artists listed above starting at 12 PM Central Time, on wjae420.com.