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  • Fire in West Berkeley caused by hash operation

    05/28/2014 4:21:11 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 14 replies
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | May 28, 2014 | By Emilie Raguso
    A small fire at a West Berkeley business Tuesday, which sent a man to a San Francisco burn center for treatment, appears to have been caused by what police described Wednesday as “a hashish production operation.” Scant information was available from authorities, but officer Jennifer Coats, Berkeley Police spokeswoman, said that officers who responded to the fire Tuesday found an illegal marijuana grow and hashish production operation on-site.
  • Amateur hash-oil production, explosions bound to continue [WA]

    02/08/2014 9:42:18 PM PST · by steve86 · 18 replies
    The Seattle Times ^ | Feb. 8, 2014 | Robert Young
    From Spokane to Seattle, Vancouver to Mount Vernon, amateur chemists have caused explosions in recent months, often in homes, while using flammable solvents to produce hash oil. The most recent blast occurred Monday in a Spokane Valley kitchen. Three weeks earlier, an explosion in a Vancouver home left a man hospitalized with burns to his face. [...] This phenomenon is not part of the state’s legal marijuana system. Under rules for the state’s new industry, hash oil can only be made in licensed facilities, and those do not include homes. State rules also require that only certain equipment and chemicals...
  • US Cyber Command's code has been cracked

    07/11/2010 2:05:23 AM PDT · by tlb · 18 replies · 1+ views
    IT Wire ^ | , 09 July 2010 | David Heath
    For those unfamiliar, a 'hash' is a computed summary of a longer piece of text. For instance, this entire article could be hashed to a simple 32-byte hash which can be used to guarantee that the text is unchanged as modifying a single character in the text would yield a totally different hash. The article from The Age infers the solution, without actually revealing it, noting that it is connected with the organisation's mission statement: "USCYBERCOM plans, coordinates, integrates, synchronizes and conducts activities to: direct the operations and defense of specified Department of Defense information networks and; prepare to, and...
  • Somalis Leaving U.S. for Jihad

    12/12/2008 3:57:22 AM PST · by Cindy · 157 replies · 3,859+ views
    PAJAMAS MEDIA via FRONTPAGE MAGAZINE.com ^ | December 12, 2008 | Patrick Poole
    Pajamas Media | Friday, December 12, 2008 The funeral for Shirwa Ahmed last week in Burnsville, Minnesota, punctuated a growing national security threat metastasizing inside the U.S. — one Homeland Security and law enforcement authorities have quickly taken note of. Ahmed, who killed himself in a suicide bombing attack in Somalia in October, is just one of up to 40 men from the Twin Cities area who have disappeared and are feared to have returned to their homeland for training with the al-Shabaab terrorist group to wage jihad. The FBI is investigating similar disappearances in other major Somali communities in...
  • Somalis in U.S. draw FBI attention

    12/29/2008 3:43:22 AM PST · by Cindy · 141 replies · 4,105+ views
    WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | nday, December 29, 2008 | Sara A. Carter
    Somalis in U.S. draw FBI attention War at home seen as lure The FBI is expanding contacts with Somali immigrant communities in the U.S., especially in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, fearing that terrorists are recruiting young men for suicide missions in their homeland. FBI Special Agent E.K. Wilson, spokesman for the Twin Cities FBI field office, described the effort as community outreach. Many members of the Somali community are concerned over disappearances, he said.
  • Kenya frees American suspected of terrorism links

    03/26/2010 1:17:15 PM PDT · by Cindy · 28 replies · 1,043+ views
    (AP) via Google.com ^ | March 26, 2 hours ago | n/a
    <p>SNIPPET: "NAIROBI, Kenya — An American man of Somali origin arrested in Kenya over suspicions of terrorism says police have released him along with two other men."</p> <p>SNIPPET: "Suleman Essa said Friday that Kenyan police did not tell him why they arrested him..."</p>
  • Second Round Candidates (new NIST hash function)

    07/25/2009 10:52:27 AM PDT · by antiRepublicrat · 10 replies · 528+ views
    Official comments on the Second Round Candidate Algorithms should be submitted using the "Submit Comment" link for the appropriate algorithm. Comments from hash-forum listserv subscribers will also be forwarded to the hash-forum listserv. We will periodically post and update the comments received to the appropriate algorithm.
  • A question for you midwestern cooks.

    11/06/2007 10:18:52 AM PST · by LouAvul · 31 replies · 87+ views
    me ^ | 11-6-07
    When I was growing up in southern Indiana my mother used to make a stew. All I can remember was that it had potatoes and beef. I can't remember anything else about it. She called it, "hash." Anybody know anything about it? I'd like to fix it and she passed several years ago. thanx.
  • Miami Running Group Grabs a Beer on Five-Mile Run

    08/18/2007 7:43:12 AM PDT · by IDontLikeToPayTaxes · 28 replies · 895+ views
    Foxnew.com ^ | August 17, 2007
    MIAMI — A group of screaming runners makes its way through the streets of South Beach. Restaurant patrons look up from their meals with startled expressions. One runner blows on a conch shell. Others chant, "On, On!" At the halfway mark in the five-mile run they stop at a bar called Lost Weekends to hydrate themselves — with beer.
  • Man Accused Of Offering Crack To Officer In Marked Car

    02/03/2006 6:05:20 PM PST · by george76 · 16 replies · 741+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | February 3, 2006 | The Associated Press
    A 34-year-old man was arrested Friday on suspicion of asking a uniformed Orange County sheriff's deputy sitting in a marked patrol car if he wanted to buy some crack cocaine. Garibay walked up to Johnson's car at a Mobil gas station and asked the Orange County deputy if he was "straight," ... When Johnson replied he was, Garibay responded "Do you know what that means? .... It means do you want to buy some cocaine." When Johnson said "yes," Garibay pulled out a plastic bag containing "several pieces of flat white rocks substances" and asked for cash... When Garibay pulled...
  • Woman Allegedly Tries to Buy Pot From Cops

    02/14/2006 8:21:07 AM PST · by george76 · 34 replies · 1,161+ views
    Associated Press ^ | Feb 13 | AP
    Saturday's incident was "about the craziest thing I've ever come across," Officer Ken Zeeb said. "This is something that you couldn't even make up." The 20-year-old woman called the police station about 3:15 a.m. Saturday, asking where she could buy marijuana, authorities said. The dispatcher, after repeatedly telling the woman it was illegal to sell and possess marijuana, then told her that police had some of the drug in the station's evidence locker. Zeeb had arrived for his 4 a.m. shift about 15 minutes early and was in the evidence locker room when the woman arrived. "The dispatcher got on...
  • Suspect trying to make hash blows up Thetford Mines hotel room

    01/21/2006 8:36:25 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 3 replies · 216+ views
    THETFORD MINES, Que. (CP) - A 29-year-old man trying to make hashish was one of three people slightly hurt Saturday following an explosion and fire in his hotel room, police said. The blast at the Bal Moral hotel, in Thetford Mines in south-central Quebec, caused serious damage to the building. It ripped through the man's room just after 5 a.m. He escaped by jumping out one of the blown-out windows. A man in the next room was slightly hurt, as was a firefighter, one of about 40 called to put out the fire. "I didn't have much, but now I...
  • Raich v. Ashcroft, a chance to overturn despotic law!

    12/06/2004 7:03:14 PM PST · by JOHN W K · 25 replies · 894+ views
    American Constitutional Research Service | 12-05-04 | John William Kurowski
    AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 12-05-04 To those who support our constitutionally limited “Republican Form of Government“, Raich v. Ashcroft is not about “medical Marijuana” but rather, the case presents a chance to correct a despotic decision made by the SCOTUS in 1942 concerning Congress’ power to regulate commerce in which the Court gave a new meaning to the word “commerce” in order to allow part of FDR’s NEW DEAL socialism [price controls] to pass as being constitutional, when it was not. The following article is worth reading, and can be found at findlaw.com.The Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument on a...
  • Teachers Treated After Eating Doped Cake

    02/15/2004 6:56:07 AM PST · by schaketo · 15 replies · 198+ views
    Reuters via Yahoo ^ | February 13, 2004 | Reuters Staff Writer
    BERLIN (Reuters) - Teachers in a German school were treated in hospital after gobbling up an anonymously donated chocolate cake, unaware it was laced with hashish, authorities said on Thursday. Some 10 teachers from the school in the northern town of Lueneburg were treated for nausea and dizziness after sharing a cake left at the door to their staff room, a police spokesman said. "They thought it was food poisoning, but the doctors quickly recognized the problem," the spokesman said. "They showed all the classic signs of people under the influence of drugs." The spokesman said the teachers had not...
  • Death valley

    12/07/2003 4:30:21 PM PST · by aculeus · 8 replies · 458+ views
    The Observer (UK) ^ | December 7, 2003 | Jason Burke
    Two months ago, British backpacker Anna Bartlett came to Kullu in northern India in search of peace, tranquillity - and the world's strongest hash. A week later, her battered body was washed up in a river. Jason Burke retraces her steps to discover why murder, corruption and drug trafficking are flourishing in the foothills of the Himalayas Diwali, the Indian festival of lights, is a week away and there are dozens of stalls along the rough edges of the main road into the Kullu Valley. Each is half obscured by gold or crimson tinsel and grubby children. The stalls are...
  • Cannabis 'worse than tobacco'

    07/10/2002 7:15:32 AM PDT · by SheLion · 106 replies · 6,685+ views
    BBC News ^ | 10 July 2002
    Cannabis poses a greater threat to health than tobacco, lung experts have warned. The warning comes on the day that Home Secretary David Blunkett is due to make a Commons statement about the future of government drug policy. Many young people are simply not aware that smoking cannabis may put them at increased risk of respiratory cancers and infections . Dame Helena Shovelton: The Home Affairs Select Committee has recommended that cannabis is downgraded from a class B drug to class C. This would mean that possession would lead to a caution, rather than arrest. The British Lung Foundation is...
  • Man Tells Passer-By Cop About Dope

    06/25/2002 1:42:39 PM PDT · by Rodney King · 24 replies · 390+ views
    Yahoo ^ | today | some dude
    Man Tells Passer-By Cop About Dope A man who allegedly boasted to a passer-by while carrying a marijuana plant down the street ended up getting arrested by the man — a plainclothes police officer. "Would you believe I'm walking down the street in the middle of the day with this pot plant," Daniel Fornash of Canton said as he walked down the street Thursday, according to police. The passer-by responded, "Would you believe I'm a cop?" Canton Detective Joe Mongold, who was returning from court, cited Fornash with misdemeanor charges of cultivation and possession of marijuana. Authorities said Fornash told...