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10 Rules for Dealing with Police - DVD

10 Rules for Dealing with Police  is a must for anyone.  There are good and bad ways to deal with Police and this DVD will outline 10 Rules that anyone should follow.  It is crazy how things in life can change instantly because of how you react.  Take this as a training DVD for dealing with police encounters.

Flex Your Rights’ first film, BUSTED has become a cult classic. Humor and helpful tips combine to make this video a must-see for freedom lovers everywhere. Created by Flex Your Rights and narrated by retired ACLU director Ira Glasser, BUSTED realistically depicts the pressure and confusion of common police encounters.

In an entertaining and revealing manner, BUSTED illustrates the right and wrong ways to handle common police encounters and pays special attention to demonstrating how you, the viewer, can confidently protect your rights and yourself. (Feature Run Time: 40 min.)

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Once you’ve made the decision to improve your quality of life by purchasing a vaporizer, the numerous choices can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are resources to help you select the vaporizer that is right for you. Find answers to your questions and the best customer service at

First you should determine the amount of money you’d like to spend (especially in this turbulent economic climate). Think of your vaporizer as an investment, not an expense. Vaporizer prices can range between $50 to $700. Setting your price limit will facilitate the selection of other options with a product that fits your budget. The average vaporizer cost is around $200-$250 with plenty of high-quality options available. [More]

In our last newsletter we discussed the importance of using a grinder to break up your herb material, but did you know that when cleaning your grinder you can harvest the remnants inside? We will start by recapping how to clean the grinder.

First, you must take the grinder apart and knock loose any material that may still be inside. You can do this by tapping the pieces of the grinder on a table. Next, place the pieces into a container. We recommend that you do not use plastic or PVC containers for this. (Plastic and PVC have been known to leak toxic chemicals when mixed with rubbing alcohol.) A glass container is your best option. Fill the container with enough rubbing alcohol to cover all pieces of the grinder. Let the parts soak in the alcohol for 5-10 minutes. You can use a cotton swab to scrub away any stubborn residue spots. If you have a pollinator grinder with a screen, you can use a toothbrush or a stiff bristle paintbrush to gently scrub the screen clean. A clean screen allows the pollen to be sifted and fall into the collection tray easily. [More]

What will you do on the Holiday when you receive a VaporTower Vaporizer. Well you will use this instructional and it will also put you in the Holiday Mood!!

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Here at the VaporMovement it is great to see there are people out there who care about the safety of vaporizers. As the creator of the Vapman, I know there are vaporizers on the market that I would not bet my safety on. When I started to make vaporizers, the main concern beside function and design was from the beginning the safety aspects. Vaporizers are medical devices!

These are the materials I use to make the Vapman:

  • Bowl: solid copper, coated with real gold!!
  • Nozzles: Brass
  • Strainer: Aluminum
  • Clamps for fixing the bowl: Aluminum
  • Springs: Stainless steel
  • Screws: Steel
  • Pins: Polished steel
  • Mouthpiece: POM( Plastic which is widely used in the food industrie, supports heat up to 250°F, can be cleaned with boiling water or alcohol or even acetone)
  • Heat insulation: Micra (Micra is widely used in toasters, heaters , hair-dryers…ect. Micra is a natural mineral material, supports heat easily up to 1650°F. If Micra gets hotter than that is still not toxic, but will loose its solid structure.
  • Wood: Pear-tree, treated with a natural oil(lin-oil) on the outside only to protect the wood a bit from sweaty or greasy fingers.

The Vapman is made without any glue or other chemical substances; the insulation is fixed mechanically with screws, the bowl is riveted with the nozzles, the pins are simply pressed into the wood. It is also impossible to inhale butane gas, as the Vapman gets heated up before the inhalation. The Vapman is on the market for over two years and you are not the first person asking these questions, but the Vapman is very safe!

Some people say that aluminum is not safe. I use aluminum for the strainer and if it were a problem, we would have a problem everywhere as aluminum is widely used in the food and other industries! (pans, cans for soft drinks, foil for wrapping food, tubes for toothpaste….ect.) By the way, the famous Volcano Vaporizer uses aluminum for the heating element! I hope I answered your questions, otherwise just keep asking me! If you watch “the making of the Vapman” you can see that I do not use any chemicals except the natural lin-oil.