Thursday, March 5, 2009

"Weedies" endorsement

Hello to all my free thinkers who wait patiently for me to get around to writing these blogs. It is that time again. In the near future, I think I may give video blogging a try. Anyways, I feel like writing so if you feel like reading...

What’s on the table? Wrong Side of Town has been post-poned until April. You know that if you listen to RVD RADIO. Listeners are privy to a lot of information and stories that non listeners don’t get. Last weeks episode was one of the most downloaded archives we’ve had so far, thanks to some incredibly funny stories that aired. Check us out live on Wednesdays. This week Brett Hart, Justin McCully, Sabu, Fonzie and others joined SVD and I to talk about the Death Penalty-which you can’t discuss without bringing up child predators, gun control and private prison incomes. That’s how we roll on RVD RADIO.

Also in April, RVD TV DVD Vol 1 hits the stores with lots of bonus unseen footage. More info on that coming soon. Medium Rob tells me its already on Best Buy’s web site, so that’s cool.

I’m looking forward to getting back in the ring in a couple weeks in France. With 9 matches on the tour, I’ll be wrestling along with the Masterpiece, Sabu, Scotty 2 Hotty, Test, Marty Janetty, Heidenreich, Gangriel, just go to their web site and check it out

Since we’ll be returning the 3rd of April,

I’ll have to miss Booker T’s huge Legends of Wrestling Fan Fest, but you don’t. Find out how you can meet Sting,Kevin Nash, Samoa Joe, Christie Hemme, well, there’s too many to name. Go to the web site!

Does everyone want to beat the shit out of Chris Brown as much as I do? Rihanna’s going to lose a lot of fans if she takes this punk back. I’m sure he’s just as innocent as O.J.

As the boyfriend of the murdered Virginia Rappe once said about the accused Fatty Arbuckle- “This is what comes of taking vulgarians from the gutter and paying them enormous salaries and making idols of them.” Yeah, I quoted a piece of Hollywood history that probably no one will understand. What about it?

We all love Rihanna’s eyes and no one wants to see them black and blue. She needs to do the right thing and find another fella...ella...ella.

My favorite radio station in Los Angeles changed format from talk radio to...well, who cares? I’m not going to listen to it. You can get the podcast of Adam Corolla, but basically- there is no more talk radio in L.A. I guess if I liked basketball there’s AM radio, but I don’t. So far, we still have Love Lines so we can hear Dr. Drew tell kids that taking ecstasy can effect their orgasm, but gross! You mean I have to get Serious Radio now? I’ll look into it. I hope my friend Chuck Zito still has his show on.

I find good talk, whether it’s on the radio or on a Friends in High Places episode on RVD TV, to be stimulating to the brain. Maybe a new talk radio station will fill that slot in L.A. soon. They better. Fuckers.

Bob Backlund is appearing with Ric Flair and others to sign autographs and take photos at the end of the month. It’s coming quickly Dude, if you haven’t seen Nitro Circus- find it. It’s a very, very entertaining show. Travis Pastrana was the first extremist to backflip a motor cycle-you saw that footage-and now that he’s retired from competing( I think) he and his friends do the most amazing stunts. Hydro planing motor cycles across water, jumping from an airplane with no chute, flipping a fucking monster truck! It’s ten times better than the best stunts you liked from Jackass, but without the gay. C’mon, I’m just saying what we all know. If you and a group of your buddies all know exactly what each others butt holes look like, you might be gay. Anyway, I highly recommend Nitro Circus. These guys take harder bumps than wrestlers and always seem like they should’ve been majorly fucked up, but they get up and do it again! They don’t make you wait for long set ups, the show moves at a quick pace and they even have a crazy girl doing their stunts!!!

Have you guys noticed a slight slump in our economy? President Obama had sworn to quit wasting federal resources and he is coming through with his promises. Last week, he finally got around to looking at the medical marijuana policy and the new attorney general Eric Holder made the official announcement for the new American policy. Federal law complies with state law on the marijuana issue.

For everyone that is reading this and thinking “oh, big deal” I have some news for you, because I know you count on me doing the thinking for you sometimes. There is no fear of being harassed by the DEA if you have a doctor’s card in 13 states now. Marijuana dispensaries are a legitimate business, generating big tax revenues for the state. They are going to look at that, and then consider ideas like the bill Tom Ammiano from San Francisco is trying to get approved in Sacramento right now-legalizing the herb for everyone 21 and over. Most of us are too young to remember that ending alcohol prohibition got us out of the depression in the 30’s because people drank anyway and the profit went to the streets. How long will haters refuse to consider looking at the honest facts in favor or keeping America in the dark?

I, for one, will not let the lights go out. People like Kimberly Guilfoyle- who had the ignorance on my Geraldo appearance to suggest Michael Phelps should put down the weed and eat some carrots-think that even looking into the truths about the plant is a dirty thing to do. Is that what you think? Sounds like brain washing to me. By the way, does anybody believe that Miss Guilfoyle knows more about physical fitness than Michael Phelps? Or RVD for that matter? I would love a chance to debate her or any opposers on this issue. In years of researching, I have never came across one good reason for marijuana prohibition. I’m guessing that it won’t be very long before it’s not an issue.

By the way, coming from Battle Creek, I know a lot of people who count on money generated from Kellogg’s. That’s why taking a stance like they did by dropping their endorsement of Michael Phelps’s risks a lot of people’s wellness. I don’t wish those people any harm but I have decided to join the thousands out there who will not be purchasing Kellogg’s products in the name of moving forward. Kellogg’s was the only sponsor to want to make the statement that they made, which to me is a bad one. As I alway say, kids should not consume pot. Adults should not lie to kids about it or they won’t get or deserve trust.

Founded on lies, protected by lies, the plant that never killed anyone has been the number one distraction from important issues that need focus. After decades of the government denying the medicinal properties of cannabis, they now admit that it is medicine if the state claims it is, and that’s going to help so many people out. People like I saw wasting away up at the chemo infusion rooms at City of Hope because their policy on mj- when asked how to stimulate appetite or suppress nausea- was to not bring it up,but if someone else brought it up- like me, they told everyone that they should try it. That shit’s got to change. Think about those people, tired and weak from not eating, when you say “ I wish Rob would quit talking about weed.”

Go back to thinking that your taxes are all going to support the Octo-Mom and enjoy the dark, sheeple. Just don’t expect RVD’s blogs to not hurt your eyes a little.

Everyone else, enjoy your day. I’ll leave you with some wisdom spat out by a wise monkey recently that helped put things into perspective.

What you do for yourself, you take with you.

What you do for others, you leave behind.

RVD...making the world a better place!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are the man!

March 5, 2009 at 8:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Blog, Rob.
One day very soon the country we live in (USA) will recognize that a BIG lie was told about the HERB that is NOT a drug... Thankfully in our life time (some) doctors can see there is medicinal value in marijuana but I truly look forward to the time when ALL doctors can feel free to recommend without fear... I always have remind myself that doctors are "PRACTICING" medicine whenever I get one that doesn't understand my preference of MMJ to taking pills... and WE BOTH KNOW how much better/safer/healthier the HERB is.
Thanks for sharing,
Diana Holliday

March 5, 2009 at 9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

medical doctors have said in research that prescription drugs are the 4th leading killer of people in the united states. that's published research too, not some bullshit number. pills are just some chemical concoction, man made synthetic shit that was never meant to go into the human body. yet, when you go to the doctor for an illness what's the first thing they do? give you a prescription and send you home. it's the quick fix. i could rant all day on this but drug companies and big business just wants to keep pushing this stuff because look at how many people are sick, and are forced to use their medications, which could cause how many other side effects. this leads to those same people who had one illness to have to take another pill for something new caused by the previous drug they had to take. oh, and also pay how much more to these companies for that new pill. yet, 100% natural marijuana is outlawed in many states as alternative medicine. i could go all day but bottom's all lies, but there aren't many out there who care to realize it.


March 6, 2009 at 7:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep preachin' the truth, Rob.

Cannabis can change the world through medicine, industry, and healthy recreation in moderation.

If we planted 10% of the unused farmland in the US with Cannabis for Seed Oil extraction, we would not need to import ANY foreign oil.

This doesn't even take into account bio-mass energy production, of which Cannabis is 40 times more efficient than the next highest bio-mass crop -- Corn.

Keep up the fight, we are close!

March 6, 2009 at 9:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great posting Rob!! I sure am glad their are "Stars" like you who are not afraid to spread the truth about this Sacred herb! I hope you realize what a good contribution you are making to help change the world for the better!!
You gooooo Rob! The very best to you and yours! Sincerely, Doc from Dayton.

March 6, 2009 at 10:12 AM  
Anonymous Night said...

Well said, I never even thought about an end to marijuana prohibition and how it might effect the economy. As far as medicinal value, I hear mj does wonders for all sorts of mental issues.

March 6, 2009 at 10:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lol RVD when aren't you going off about weed? Just live in Canada like me and you won't have to worry about cannabis laws here since nobody really follows them :)

March 6, 2009 at 3:09 PM  
Anonymous 4/20 @ Fubar said...

I can't find a contact on you, or I'd send this in e-mail.

Would you be willing to donate your time to a St. Louis Awareness Rally/ Variety Show/ Benefit for MPP & NORML on 4/20?

You can find out all the info at !!

I look forward to hearing back from you.


March 12, 2009 at 2:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“Most of us are too young to remember that ending alcohol prohibition got us out of the depression in the 30’s because people drank anyway and the profit went to the streets. How long will haters refuse to consider looking at the honest facts in favor or keeping America in the dark?”

While I agree with you that ending prohibition did help generate revenue, it was really our entrance into World War II that got us out of the Depression. Ever since then we’ve had an economy that feeds on military conflict in order to maintain our lifestyles. Personally I believe that ending marijuana prohibition would pump much needed funds into our failing economy but if it was made totally legal it might have the opposite effect. I’m not saying that it’s easy to grow your own pot but I’m willing to wager it’s easier to grow a plant in your backyard than it is to brew your own beer. If grass was 100% legal I would grow my own plant for personal cultivation and that would cut in on the profits that commercial growers would need in order to make marijuana a profitable enterprise. I know that I’m not alone on that either. The idea of having a marijuana card seems to make more sense, as the sale and distribution of it would be controlled and therefore easier to tax. I’m pretty sure you saw that MSNBC doc about marijuana that’s been airing over the last few months and it’s amazing that that one guy in Oakland generates over $600K a year in taxes at the Federal level. If you multiply that by thousands of vendors and put it in all 50 states our government would have a good deal of money. They’d probably give it away to AIG so they can go to Hawaii but that’s another story.

Back to our economy being based on military actions, our nation has been involved in a military conflict every year since the end of World War II: Korea, Vietnam, Bosnia, Haiti (twice), Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, Lebanon, Laos, Cambodia, Libya, El Salvador, Grenada, Panama, Columbia, Somalia, and the list goes on and on. We created a military economy in the 1940s and we’ve had to keep it going. Is it any wonder that we’re having economic hardships when both our wars are going badly? The same thing happened in the 1970s when we were losing in Vietnam. And who says we’re not like the Romans?

I have to admit that I’m a bit jealous that you get to go to Europe. I wish I could get paid to travel through Europe but then again I’m not the “Whole Fucking Show.” Don’t forget to stop in Amsterdam and if you’re going to try the mushrooms remember to check the levels before ingesting. They start at beginner and move all the way up to expert. The Red Light District has been changed a little and it looks a bit strange now. There are still prostitutes in windows but it’s becoming a little more commercial. I’d imagine that a TGI Friday’s is going to pop up any day now right next to a brothel.

Remember the thirteen virtues of Benjamin Franklin: Temperance, Silence, Order, Resolution, Frugality, Industry, Sincerity, Justice, Moderation, Cleanliness, Tranquility, Chastity, and Humility. I don’t know if I could follow all thirteen but there are some good ones in there. He was also a letch and hung out with people who raped their slaves so maybe emulating Franklin is not the best idea. He was smart enough to not become President though and all of these Founding Fathers grew hemp.

March 12, 2009 at 6:51 AM  
Anonymous Sean said...

Great blog as usual, Rob. IMHO, agree 100% that Chris Brown is guilty & a piece of shyte. Nice quote from the Rappe/Arbuckle fiasco. Kind of undercuts the argument though since unlike Brown, Arbuckle was innocent. He ultimately had his professional life ruined by a conviction in the court of public opinion.

March 12, 2009 at 10:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Finally a celebrity as big as you gets it.Cannabis is not bad,I think personally its good for some people.I mean like for example some guy that really stressed out ends up going insane from no breaks,but if he smoked cannabis right before he probably would`nt care,you know he would be relaxed,calm, the works.But that just my opinion,might be true,might not,hopefully is.I do think it`s horrible how much weed has been slandered.Once a dude told me it was satanic to even touch weed!,but that just proves too many people are too greedy & want to make cheap buck.well im probably just stating the obvious to you and getting on your nerves.So I`ll leave you to read the thousands of comments you already have. you have a myspace?well if so please contact me.I would really like to chat with you,my opinions are alot like yours naturally(even before i started watching wwe/wwf and knew who any superstar was)
my site is
Thanks!from Dustin from Texas

April 3, 2009 at 1:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

please come back to wwe now is a great time right after the draft

April 17, 2009 at 9:47 AM  
Anonymous Lucas said...

Vive RVD !!!!!!

July 26, 2009 at 4:45 AM  
Anonymous Lucas said...

You are my best wrestler !!!

July 26, 2009 at 4:46 AM  
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