welcome

here you'll find everything you'll ever need to know about penfield, new york, its people and habits, and all of that kind of stuff with plenty of left wing kind of thought, a brilliant podcast from radio free exile, amazing videos from radio free exile televised, interspersed with great stuff to buy, from indie music to crazy bumper stickers...
be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom, you don't want to miss a fucking thing.

whatever

My photo

using radio free exile and radio free exile televised, I bring you the perspective of a self-imposed exile, whatever that brings to the table, if you know what I mean. someone has to chronicle the goings on in penfield, new york, and I've appointed myself. 
 
here's a link to a radio free exile web page on wix.
 
for the best original bumper stickers, t-shirts, mugs, buttons, and whatever, check out the radio free exile super swag emporium - your 1st amendment one-stop.
 
for updates to all things exile, join exileguy's announcement list, and you'll get an occasional email with what's new.
 
exile
p.o. box 691
penfield, new york
14526
 

6.25.2014

Willie Nelson Has Important Political Message for Stoners


Willie Nelson's Teapot Party movement, which now has more than 115,000 Facebook followers, was founded after his 2010 arrest for marijuana possession in Texas. His practical (and slyly humorous) advice to fellow pot advocates is to support like-minded candidates.

"Get out and go vote," he says in an interview with CelebStoner News. "If it's the day to go vote, make sure you go vote before you burn one down. Don't get high and forget to vote."


The country legend and tireless marijuana advocate admits even he was surprised when pot was legalized in Colorado and Washington state, noting, "I didn't think it would happen in my lifetime, but here it is. The future looks good."


The 81-year-old performer has even been contacted by the governor's office in Colorado to appear in a public service announcement about marijuana, but has yet to decide whether he'll do it or not. One thing he has decided on is his backing of Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, due to her stance in support of medical marijuana. Nelson also has his eye on other changes in the laws regarding pot use and attributes many of those changes to financial concerns.


"There's a lot of money in selling marijuana," he reasons. "If you can do it legally, that's good. Why should all the criminals make the money? This is what people are thinking. If it's happening, if it's going to be legal, let's tax it and regulate it, like we do with everything else, and make some money off this. I think that's one reason why people are taking this a little more seriously."


The singer-songwriter, whose Band of Brothers album was released earlier this month, reveals he's not a big fan of edible marijuana but does advocate vaporizers. He also notes that his daughter Paula, who was busted for pot possession (on 4/20) this year, has since had her case thrown out and taken off the record.