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The Justus Foundation is a non profit organisation dedicated to ensuring and facilitating the entry of legacy cannabis operators to the legal cannabis market. Our podcast will provide you with information, conversations and advice on how to progress these aims. OUR MISSION To secure a legal role in the industry for the pioneers who carried cannabis medicine through the years of prohibition and to create a single, unified, legal market for cannabis. The scope of The JUSTÜS Foundation’s work i ...
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The Justus Scoop

James Capobianco

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Hello, I'm James Justus Capobianco. This Is My Podcast, "The Justus Scoop". Uncensored & Uncut, Raw And Meaningful, Pure Insanity. In This Podcast, I Talk About Music, TV Shows, Internet Assholes, And A Bunch More Shit That I Don't Need To Explain. Hope Y'all Enjoy This Shit!
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Numerous theories have been proposed for the causes of dancing mania, and it remains unclear whether it was a real illness or a social phenomenon. One of the most prominent theories is that victims suffered from ergot poisoning, which was known as St Anthony’s Fire in the Middle Ages. During floods and damp periods, ergots were able to grow and affect rye and other crops. Ergotism can cause hallucinations, but cannot account for the other strange behaviour most commonly identified with danci ...
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In this episode we speak to long term Justus board member, Umi. Umi was born in Tuskegee, Alabama. and has been practicing and performing since the age of 8.. He is a producer and solo artist working with dead prez and Prisoners of War (POW). He has also opened for or shared the stage with Jay Z, Dave Chapelle, Nas, yasiin bey, Rick Ross, Ice Cube,…
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It's episode 3 of the Justus Foundation and I speak with Justus board member, Dwight Smith. podcast Dwight is the owner and founder of Melo Cafe & Art Gallery in Harlem In this episode Dwight talks about his combined NY & Jamaican heritage and we discuss amongst other things, legacy to legal in Jamaica and what if any progress has been made. We als…
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Erin “E” Thurmond, is the president and founder of PiF Pharmz, located in Brooklyn, New York and also a board member of the Justus Foundation Thurmond has been in the cannabis space his entire adult life, building a cannabis distribution network that reached from coast to coast – beginning in New York and reaching California. Thurmond was arrested …
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The JUSTÜS Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring and facilitating the entry of legacy (pre-legalization) cannabis operators to the legal cannabis market. The organization was founded in October 2021 by cannabis proponent Steve DeAngelo, in response to the following two related trends: the exclusion of the legacy cannabis ope…
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Greeting J.U. N. Squad!!! Chris and I give our reviews to the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League and King Kong Vs Godzilla. As well as a few figures that are being dropped soon.So sit back, buckle up and put some shades on! This ones gonna be a little bright! You are listening to the greatest podcast ever recorded anywhere ever. The Just Us Nerds Po…
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Greetings J.U.N. Squad!!! in this extra sized episode Chris, SpiderJenn and I discuss season three of the Netflix monster series that is Cobra Kai! WARNING::::: SPOILERS AND CURSING!!! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!So get your gi on and tie that belt were going to have an All Valley Tournament of nerding out!!…
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Greetings J.U.N. Squad and Merry New Year!!!!!We hope your ready to start the year with a fantastic show! In this episode we do a review of DC's Three Jokers series, a fan favorite of You pitch it and We cast it! plus two fantastic toy reviews. So sit back and get ready to get your 2021 year rocked!! You are listening to the greatest podcast ever r…
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Greetings J.U.N. Squad and Happy Holidays!!! Chris and I go on one hell of a toboggan ride down the Ol' Winter Wonderland of Comics, Movies and and all things in between. Grab your cocoa and bundle up, this could get a little bumpy! You are listening to the greatest podcast recorded anywhere ever!!Από τον Just Us Nerds Podcast
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This is Part 4 of my reflections based on the book "The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion" by Jonathan Haidt. In his book, Jonathan makes a strong case for the groupish nature of humans and for group selection. That we are not just selfish beings but that in essence, we are a part of superorganisms that drive us t…
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This is Part 3 of my reflections based on the book "The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion" by Jonathan Haidt. In his book, Jonathan makes a strong case for the groupish nature of humans and for group selection. That we are not just selfish beings but that in essence, we are a part of superorganisms that drive us t…
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This is Part 2 of my reflections based on the book "The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion" by Jonathan Haidt. In his book, Jonathan makes a strong case for the groupish nature of humans and for group selection. That we are not just selfish beings but that in essence, we are a part of superorganisms that drive us t…
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This is Part 1 of my reflections based on the book "The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion" by Jonathan Haidt. In his book, Jonathan makes a strong case for the groupish nature of humans and for group selection. That we are not just selfish beings but that in essence, we are a part of superorganisms that drive us t…
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In the sci-fi novel Voyage From Yesteryear, author James P Hogan explores what could happen when a governmentally structured society from Earth comes in contact with a stateless society like the one described as being on the planet Chiron. I found this book fascinating and it gave me a lot to think upon and ponder. Some of the content I explore in …
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In this interview, I talk with Rachel who is a mum with three children here in North Canterbury. I got to know Rachel about a year ago when we both had an interest in starting a democratic school. In the meantime, our views have shifted more towards a natural learning/unschooling approach. Rachel shares about how her views on respectful parenting h…
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In this first interview of my series on people engaged in natural learning, I talk with two mums (Maree and Carly) who have come to home education in the last half-year or so. I talk about what set them onto this journey and the things they have learnt along the way. This series of interviews centre around the three main themes of Freedom, Connecti…
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Over the past few weeks, I have continued to get feedback that what I am doing with my podcast is somehow very bad. The other day I got an email saying that I was "judgmental, condescending and patronizing". I find this all rather fascinating. How should we react when we come across someone whose lifestyle and moral choices conflict with our own? F…
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This is my response to Malcolm Gladwell's book, "Outliers: The Story of Success". It is certainly an interesting look into what makes an outlier and outlier. What makes these highly unusual people successful? From this I then look into what this may mean for the field of education. Find me on: My Websites: justusfrank.com and frankeducation.nz Bitc…
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So there's many interesting articles coming out from parents who are very worried about the current Covid-19 situation and what this means for their child's education. One such article is Home school life: I feel like I am failing my kids https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/parenting/120967688/home-school-life-i-feel-like-i-am-failing-my-kids In the…
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One of the essential skills humans learn early in life is to talk, to have a conversation. For most people, this early step in life happens through natural learning. The mistake we make is that we think that children want to be babied all the time. Children want to grow up and be fully involved in the world, to be able to add their own thoughts to …
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I’m always fascinated with people’s backstory. How they came to do what they are doing and how they came to believe the things they do. The world isn’t just random, and humans certainly aren’t. There’s always a reason behind what we think and what we do. I’ve been rather fascinated by my own backstory as well. That might sound a little bit strange,…
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Are you ready to Rumble! I hope so because today I want to talk about roughhousing, wrestling, and rough and tumble play. Roughhousing is essentially any activity such as wrestling, pillow fighting, sliding down the stairs, jumping off the bed and many other such activities. Many people are somewhat hesitant about roughhousing but without it you ar…
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The drive to play is found in most mammals and some species of birds. As humans, we too have a drive to play; in fact, play possibly has a greater significance in our lives than any other creature. But what really is play? And why, particular to this episode, do children love chasing games so much? Find me on: My Websites: justusfrank.com and frank…
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Today, when we think of the words education, learning and children, we also immediately think of schooling. In other words, we think of education as something done to children by adults. As the education researcher Peter Gray put it, “Today, in the minds of most people, the onus for education lies with adults, who have the responsibility to make ch…
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In my last podcast, I talked about the importance of simulations, especially games, as learning tools. However, sometimes we get stuck there, making simulations the primary way of learning. But that is not their rightful place. Simulations are “Plan B” when it comes to learning. Our “Plan A” should be direct learning. So what is direct learning? Le…
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Games are a lot of fun. They are highly enjoyable, and for children in particular. But why is that? What are they getting out of it? Why are games so important? And why should we be both initiating and joining in games with our children? In this video, I also want to introduce you to another easy dice game that you can play in your family. My main …
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Computer and video games, do you think your kids are spending too much time on them? Are you wanting them to do other things but whatever you suggest seems to get turned down? Do you see no point in video games and that your children are just wasting their time and not learning the things that you think are actually important? Join me as I talk abo…
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A great activity that fosters conversation, connection through spending time together, and co-inspiration as you create amazing ideas, is to create Dice Stories. Hope they can be lots of fun! Check out my Facebook page as well to comment and share. Find me on: My Websites: justusfrank.com and frankeducation.nz Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/cha…
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Here in NZ we are heading into Covid 19 lockdown. This is my introduction to a new series that I am doing on Natural Learning. In this episode I go into what natural learning is and in following episodes I will show how the principles can be applied in everyday life. Find me on: My Websites: justusfrank.com and frankeducation.nz Bitchute: https://w…
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Greeting J.U.N. Squad!!! Chris and I are trying to keep our sanity during these trying times. In this episode we talk about comics we have been reading, movies that have been delayed and the new figures being released in the coming year.This is going to be one for the record books!! So sit back, grab some hand sanitizer and get ready to listen to t…
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An increasing number of schools are shutting down worldwide due to the Corona Virus. This puts many parents into a situation where they may find themselves considering home education. Yes, this has produced some dank memes and also some good reflective questions. What can you do if you find yourself in a position where school is no longer an option…
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