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16 responses to “Massimo Mazzucco | Marijuana, Moon Landings, & The Cancer Conspiracy”

  1. One show makes you larger, one show makes you small; and the ones that are on TV don’t teach you anything at all. ….
    Remember what Greg Carlwood said; feed your head!

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  2. During the 60s I was a teenager living in Florida. Now with a view from 50 thousand feet it’s easy to see why NASA had to make sure that we succeeded. The Vietnam War was at a fever pitch, protests were happening everywhere. Mangled bloodied bodies on the news every night, our boys slaughtering & getting slaughtered & they couldn’t even vote for the ass that sent them there or have a beer because they were too young, But not too young to slaughter. There had a be a positive, if NASA came out with the truth there may have really been a rising up.

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  3. I just made up a word to describe how good this show was and it is

    epixcellent

    also, I mean, it’s just unavoidable that you will think of this THC+ ep every time you hear this song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdA-siYhGz4 from now on

    So, anyways, we never went to the moon, but, you know, maybe one day I’ll say we did. Just, you know, follow the truth, eh? :3

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  4. Feel free to use my five bucks for whatever. I also have to agree with your insights on the use of fear regarding establishment vs alternative treatments. Disturbing but also hopeful.

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    • I’ve been there and the fear is real and so is the pressure to slash, poison and burn coming from the ones who love you and are terrified of losing you. Then all I wanted was to protect them from their own fears. But I’ve now warned them, when the cancer comes back, I won’t do it again. Ten years later & my quality of life sucks from what they did to me. Now I’m more afraid of the doctors and their barbaric treatments than I am of seemingly uncharted waters. Or of cancer for that matter.
      And I’m so fucking mad at all of them & their psychopathic greed. I was 22 when my dad died and 45 with my mom, both from cancer. I watched them both waste away in agony. And now my beautiful sister is trying to survive a rare and agressive brain tumor. (she somehow survived melanoma 20 years ago.) She and her husband won’t even consider trying something else even if it won’t interfear with what little they can offer. It’s quackery you know. She’s had this tumor removed and it grows back. Fast. Three surgeries so far in under a year. The last one was followed a week later by a massive stroke. She’s paralyzed on her right side and you can’t understand a word she says. She doesn’t bother much to try anymore. As if it wasn’t hellish enough already, I can’t imagine what kind of hell she’s going through now trapped inside her body. It’s so difficult to stand by and watch, not being able to do a damned thing about it. My beautiful, caring siStar.
      Those fucking motherfuckers.

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  5. Loved the show and MM’s courageous work. But what I love most is Greg ALWAYS asks the questions I have of the guest; so intuitive, so engaged, so thorough.
    So many reasons to drop out of the system.
    Lucinda from Canada
    Born Again Hippie

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  6. As always, great show and phenomenal hosting! I try to listen to other podcasts and they always fall short compared to THC. You really get the most out of your guests. Thank you.

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  7. “With this knowledge would you ignore mainstream treatments and put your life in your own hands?” (Paraphrasing) Me, myself yes 100% no doubt in my mind cancer won’t be my cause of death. Maybe suicide by door knob tho…

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