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Anonymous #comment 1. Please get your facts correct about Cannabis a.k.a. marijuana (a derogatory term to some like spic is to Hispanic [I am a first generation Mexican born in America so do not get any race wars started..]), there is no myths about cannabis smoke being safer than tobacco, there are only facts that it is SAFER than tobacco. You get the majority of carcinogens from the butane of lighters, papers, and then a fraction of carcinogens from the tar of COMBUSTED (Keyword here is use everything in moderation and vaporize instead of smoke if you feel the need to inhale something. Either way I WANT SOMEONE TO PROVE THAT CANNABIS HAS EVER KILLED ANYONE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, the World's governments have NO SUCH RECORD..) Cannabis compared to the butane, papers, etc. In 2006, researchers at Barts and the London, Queen Mary’s School of Medicine and Dentistry had investigated the relationship between marijuana and cancer therapy. The team leader of the researchers, Dr. Wai Man Liu had stated that marijuana has the potential of destroying leukemia cells. The report was published in the Letters in Drug Design & Discovery. The researchers had followed up on the results of their study in 2005 on marijuana and cancer therapy, which presented that tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, the main ingredient in marijuana, has the potential of destroying some forms of cancer. Also on 11-10-09 the American Medical Association, AMA, voted to reverse its longstanding endorsement of Cannabis’ Schedule I prohibitive status. I quote that marijuana’s status as a federal Schedule I controlled substance be reviewed with the goal of facilitating the conduct of clinical research and development of cannabinoid-based medicines.” And “Results of short term controlled trials indicate that smoked cannabis reduces neuropathic pain, improves appetite and caloric intake especially in patients with reduced muscle mass, and may relieve spasticity and pain in patients with multiple sclerosis.” In conclusion war and prohibition will never ever work and will always fail. Teach our soldiers to shoot and paralyze, not shoot and kill. Teach our officers of the law to educate instead of prohibit.
Craving some sultry tones and vibes? Then Twine is the band for you. With strong female vocals and enchanting piano and cello melodies band members Greta Kamps and Meg O'Connor leave listeners begging for more.
"I would describe our music as mellow indie acoustic," said O'Connor. "It's something that would be heard at a coffee shop."
These two best friends started out playing piano duets since they were five years old and have been growing together musically ever since. Based out of Minnesota these vocally vivacious ladies have played at multiple venues including coffee shops, theaters, and stages near Minneapolis.
"I love to write music and express myself through it. I come from theatrical roots so I love to be on stage in front of people," said O'Connor.
Twine knows that trying to break into the music industry isn't easy. "It can be really stressful at times, especially when it comes to selling tickets, or landing a spot venue," said O'Connor.
Twine has recorded multiple songs and has also done collaborations with other local band. "It's a lot of fun to switch things up and sing with a full band behind me," said O'Connor
The most rewarding aspect for O'Connor has to be the response. "Our friends are definitely fans, but it's the most rewarding when a random person comes up to me and gives me compliments on my voice. It's an amazing feeling. As long as we're still playing together and doing what we love then I'm happy," said O'Connor.
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