Post courtesy of the Family of Jack Herer, author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes.
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According to the Bible, Moses led his people from Egypt to the Promised Land, but he himself was not allowed to enter. Though this story might be a myth or fable, there is a tremendous analogy to the life of Jack Herer.
Jack Herer, an energetic advocate for marijuana legalization who was a mesmerizing presence on the Venice Boardwalk and achieved worldwide renown after he wrote a treatise extolling the virtues of hemp, died April 15. He was 70.
SALEM, Oregon - The sad news has been confirmed. Jack Herer, author of Emperor Wears No Clothes and renowned around the world for hemp activism, has died at 11:17 a.m. today, Thursday April 15th 2010, in Eugene, Oregon.
The very life and legacy of Jack Herer, author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes, is at stake.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Hemp Icon Jack Herer has been struggling to recover from a debilitating heart attack since September – but an even bigger struggle has divided the ranks of his supporters, threatening his legacy and possibly his life.
CANNABIS CULTURE - After suffering a heart attack in September, Jack Herer has been on a bumpy ride through health troubles and personal drama fit for an Hemperor.
Jack Herer is recovering from a heart attack, but his mission to bring hemp into the spotlight as an answer for multiple problems, continues.
Jack's awake and out of ICU. He's not talking yet or moving around much. He starts physical therapy on Monday. I just want to thank everyone so much for all the prayers and good wishes. They really seem to be working. Progress will probably be slow so please keep it up.
Family and friends remain hopeful that marijuana activist Jack Herer will recover from a heart attack Saturday.