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Friday, July 23, 2010

The Craig X Rubin-Lindsay Lohan Matrix

I was having a delicious vegan lunch with the Mayor Sam bloggers the other day, when, out of the blue, I blurted out,

"Hey, what ever happened to former mayoral candidate, Temple 420 priest, father of 5; Craig X Rubin?"

Now I know.

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jesus freak on drugs.

July 23, 2010 11:48 PM  

Blogger Phil Jennerjahn said:

In the March 2009 election, Craig X Rubin tried to have fellow Mayoral candidate David "Zuma Dogg" Saltsburg arrested and thrown in jail.

Ironic that while Zuma Dogg remains free, Rubin was the one who was eventually jailed for his marijuana-related activities.

July 24, 2010 7:18 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Phil is exploiting Zuma Dogg again.

Amazing how PJ can't do anything without trying to make it about himself.

Loathe as I am to send people to his blog, here is his latest exploitation of zuma dogg http://thejennerjahnreport.blogspot.com/

July 24, 2010 8:08 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Do you know the meaning of "ironic"?

It means something UNANTICIPATED. It is hardly ironic that Crag Rubin is in jail. It is hardly ironic that Zuma Dogg isn't.

The criminal enterprise owner being in jail is not ironic.

What is it that you feel is ironic about this? Please explain. And try to not accuse me of being Mary Cummins. That's what you always do when your thought process is exposed.

Prove to us what is ironic about this.

July 24, 2010 9:57 AM  

Blogger mulholland terrace said:

In an ethics contest between Rubin and Robert Shapiro, I'll take Rubin.

He told me the Shapiro story about the "one phone call" when I interviewed him as a Mayoral candidate. That story rings true. "One phone call" is really a boast no attorney can or should make; it also compromises the ethics of the prospective client. It should be grounds for discipline.

There might indeed be some tangential involvement with the Lohan matter here. My own guess is very tangential but a factor nonetheless. It is likely that Shapiro had been wanting to opt-out for a few days, and once the decision was made, well, why not at the most inopportune time for the client? Rubin's email might have been further self-validation that to opt-out was OK. But really, Shapiro really did leave Lohan high and dry. Unruliness comes with the territory of representing half-baked stars.

July 24, 2010 10:13 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Phil had to take the bus to see Zuma Dogg? Did he lose his Mustang in Vegas?

July 24, 2010 10:21 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I agree that Phil has zero idea what ironic means.

July 24, 2010 12:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It's clear that July 24, 2010 9:57 AM is not Mary. But you are even more pathetic because you are not supposed to be a psychotic schizophrenic. So what's your problem? And I think the scenario can be considered ironic. By the simple fact that the guy who tried to have one guy get thrown in jail, ends up getting thrown in jail. Yes, that's ironic. But if you want to pull out some kind of micro word-parser, I guess maybe it's not.

Either way, get over PJ.

July 24, 2010 12:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It was important to cover this video on this blog. It has tremendous impact to all your readers and the entire city.

July 24, 2010 12:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

this hombre uses good drugs or is out to lunch god have mercy

July 25, 2010 4:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is Craig Rubin. I was never sent to jail. I was arrested all charges were dropped, the City has seized my life's savings twice within four years and then refuses to give me a hearing regarding the money. I have seven children, but they all don't live with me any more...since my wife and I have had our life's savings seized...again we are living in hotels. And, yes, I am a pot smoking Bible freak. I believe the Bible is G-d's Word...if that makes me a freak, I accept! Sorry I care about my city and just wanted to make it a better place...both times I was arrested...there was NO VICTIM! But, now that the city has all of our money and we are no longer home owners, employers or living with all of our children the City of Los Angeles is a safer place. I am sure you will all sleep a little sounder now. And, to prosecute me the LAPD needed to recruit Robert Shapiro to solicit me and L'Chelle Woodert, Tupac's former attorney, and coincidentally after she solicited me at Superior Court we find out she is a full time employee of the federal government. Why spend so much money trying to prosecute me? Am I a drug King Pin? Or an articulate voice for ending prohibition?

July 25, 2010 11:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Steve Cooley needs a moral crusade to appease his rightwing Republican base on his run for state Attorney General, Lord Save US! Because of his stance on Three Strikes he was very vulnerable in the primary, a nobody like Eastman came very close by talking tough, though to give him his due, as a law professor Eastman was a billion time smarter and came off as such.

No matter how expensive, it's all about "wins" and Trutanich is his made puppet, a nobody from nowhere who ran on a fake platform pumped up by the Slimes' increasingly rightwing key staff in editorial as well as David Zahniser who's Zell's apparent favored reporter with a strong editorial bias.

Instead of weeding out the bad pot shops, they say it's illegal for any money to change hands for any reason, so of course there can be NO legit shops in their minds. What shops continue to operate are not allowed security guards with guns or even tasers, while other stores which are much less prime targets for crime are allowed to.

So you Criag and others are the collateral damage. But you can thank your stupid "leaders" of the medical cannabis movement like Don Duncan, co-founder of ASA and long-time shop owner/ activist/ blogger. He got everyone to work hard FOR Trutanich when doing a tiny bit of research would have told him that a Republican who supports the NRA and conservative values was using him and all of you. He was well known as a "fixer" who does anything to win.

You all got what you wanted and I'm sorry for your family.

July 26, 2010 8:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thanks for the compassion, but the truth has a way of prevailing. My faith is in our Creator and not in some punk-ass politician/crooks like Trutanich and Cooley. They can have lawyers break the law and police lie in court, but I have the video evidence and the truth on my side.

Things are tough for my family and I now, but this too shall pass. I grew up in Beverly Hills and maybe was not compassionate enough to others, but now that I have gone to bed hungry many times (As a drug felon I am disqualified from any public assistance) maybe I am a better person for it.

I know you guys make fun of me on here, but I know that I am blessed by G-d because I have a beautiful wife that has stuck with me despite our extremely difficult times. I have my health and seven great children who are contributors to society and not drains on the system.

My children used to love and trust our country...that faith has been tested, as has mine, but we know America has a way of doing the right thing...eventually.

Craig X Rubin

July 27, 2010 12:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Craig, that was truly touching, and I do believe that whether you call it G-d or karma, the impact of one's deeds will come back to haunt them.

Cooley and Trutanich are more than your garden-variety "punk-ass politician crooks:" if they'd been sincere about their intent to wage war on all medical cannabis patients from the start, we could have at least respected their stance and made an intelligent decision on whether to support his race, to walk precincts and get our friends and family to vote and contribute money.

But to USE people as they did just to get elected, knowing all along that their REAL interpretation of "Compassionate Use" was that patients had to grow a few plants on their own and exchange them, under strict circumstances; that ALL sales or money changing hands was illegal even to pay staff, rent or utilities, and thus to turn tax-paying shop owners and patients who may have real pain and even cancer into felons and call them all "addicts," is a SIN.

Their "moral crusades" are of the most cynical and calculating kind and any Republicans who can't see through them had better watch out or the REAL G-d force may catch up to them. I do believe that people like Don Duncan should have done due diligence before leading thousands of supporters, patients, caregivers, shop owners and such, on the path to self-destruction.

But ultimately, this is a SIN.

July 27, 2010 5:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Craig again....

Surprisingly, I have learned that individuals within our own government are dealing drugs. In fact, they are the biggest drug dealers. I am not sure if Robert Shapiro is a drug dealer, but when people like him who are supposedly against drugs actually work with drug dealers it raises many interesting questions.

The last film I was featured in, How Weed Won the West, which is a follow up to American Drug War was actually partially paid for by the government. ADW explains how people used their government cover to import drugs into the US. It focuses on Freeway Ricky Ross.

July 29, 2010 3:57 PM  

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