He told both of us how much he loved us and how beautiful we were, it wasn't until we started talking to each other that we realised we were talking to the same guy!
He didn't ask for money straight away, he said he had to go to work overseas and then was stuck there and needed help with a new visa, he said to my friend that he couldn't leave the country without paying some fine or fee, then he said he was coming to visit me and was arranging for a shipment of gold to come to me to look after, he wanted my bank account details to put money into it, then he wanted my card details to make purchases to secure the gold.
Prescriptions for cannabis in Ancient Egypt include treatment for the eyes (glaucoma), inflammation, and cooling the uterus, as well as administering enemas.
Lise Manniche, Ph D - Bhang, a Drink of Cannabis and Milk, Is Used in India as an Anesthetic Bhang, a cannabis drink generally mixed with milk, is used as an anesthetic and anti-phlegmatic in India.
Cannabis begins to be used in India to treat a wide variety of human maladies.
US National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse "Marihuana, A Signal of Misunderstanding," druglibrary.org, 1972 , one of the volumes of the Zend-Avesta, the ancient Persian religious text written around the seventh century BC purportedly by Zoroaster (or Zarathustra), the founder of Zoroastrianism, and heavily influenced by the Vedas, mentions - Indian Medicine Treatise Cites Cannabis as a Cure for Leprosy "Cannabis was used in India in very early medical applications.
In a guest column, the League's Anthony Minghine expounds on the state's disinvestment in Michigan cities.
He recently engaged in community conversations which stressed that Michigan is failing to make strategic investments in its cities. Michigan Treasurer Nick Khouri says the improving economy gives Michigan a chance to reform local governments' revenue, efficiency of services and unfunded retiree costs. Snyder's new task force on retirement reform is unlikely to recommend fixes. A new law stripping all local control over taxi carriers went into effect on March 21.
today, the League will be part of the panel for the "Funding Michigan Cities: The Path Forward" session at the Detroit Regional Chamber's upcoming Mackinac Policy Conference. The legislation is designed to strengthen our local communities and grow their tax base. The League is working with the Detroit Regional Chamber Foundation to explore talent retention and attraction in Southeast Michigan. The QLINE streetcar in Detroit officially launched service on May 12.Panelists include the League's Anthony Minghine; Rosalynn Bliss, League President and Grand Rapids Mayor; and Joshua Sapotichne, associate professor at Michigan State University. They're created an online survey to gather input that will inform initiatives they'll be leading. Matt Cullen, CEO of QLINE, was on the radio to talk about the launch.The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is sponsoring the panel. The League's Tony Minghine will be part of a panel discussion on "Tax Dilemna: Finding Funding for Failing Cities," hosted by the Small Business Association of Michigan. Hear how they are going to define the success of the QLINE and what public transportation in Metro Detroit could look like. The State has now diverted more than .1 billion in revenue sharing from Michigan municipalities since 2002.I sent him about ,000 then I realised it was a scam.When I said to him I knew it was a scam, he got angry and started to threaten me and my family, then he said he would send people to hurt me, the police told me to remove him, delete apps, change my bank account details and don't message him any longer.