MMM Links. Million Marijuana March. Weekend
of first Saturday in May. Worldwide since 1999. Global March for
Cannabis Liberation. MMM flyers and posters, media coverage,
reports, MMM history, etc.. Global Marijuana March. Wikia:
Word or the freeware AbiWord can count all the cities in the MMM city
lists. Click "word
count" in the tools menu. Its results give the paragraph count. One per
city. The freeware NoteTab can do this too. Use the "Text
Statistics" command in the Tools menu. Then click the "More"
button. Then go to the bottom of the results in order to see the number
paragraphs. Divide by 2 if there are blank lines between the MMM city
paragraphs. All 3 programs require that line breaks within paragraphs
eliminated first. See the how-to section of the MMM Links page for this
much more: http://corporatism.tripod.com/mmmlinks.htm#how
2004 MMM cannabis rally reports. [TopLink]
There are also many MMM reports and photos on the web pages linked
pages in the section above.
*MMM 2000. Also A16, J4J3. Drug war protests worldwide.
____Alphabetical rally reports for 2000. Photos, audio, video____ -- May 6. MMM. Million Marijuana March, Cannabis 2000. 104
cities. -- April 15. A16 prison industrial complex rally. Washington
DC. -- March 2000. J4J3. Journey for Justice 3. Florida. Medical
Some less specific search terms are used in these search shortcuts
the MAP-DrugNews Power Search form. These search shortcuts are set
from April 24 through May 31 of each year. 4-24-03
through 5-31-03, for example. Add the following text below to this URL
Click the links below to see the yearly search results:
The expanded CannabisNews search form has a checkbox for phrase searching. Or
add "&PS=on" to the search shortcut URL.
In either case phrase searching is not perfect, because when
searching for 3
or more terms, the search engine pulls up articles with any of the
adjacent to one of the other terms. All the terms must be in the
comments somewhere though. But not necessarily all 3 terms adjacent to
other. 2 adjacent seems to be enough. http://cannabisnews.com/thcgi/search.pl?K=million+marijuana+march&PS=on
Results are in chronological order. The default order for results is
date of the article (not the comments). So it is fairly easy to
the year of the article by running your cursor over the result URLs and
This sometimes produces better results than using Google MMM search
CannabisNews, and with a specific year in the search shortcut.
results do not arrive in chronological order of the articles. So it can
difficult to find the year of an article without opening the article.
the search term for the year may only be found in the comments.
Comments will sometimes mention
years other than the year of the article.
The CannabisNews search engine searches the articles AND the
some pages are pulled up in which the search terms are found only in
Open the article. You can use the "find" command in the
edit menu of your browser to locate whether the search phrase
marijuana march" is in the article or in the comments.
*MMM. Many LINKS. Million Marijuana March.
Cannabis Day. Global Marijuana March.
Cannabis Liberation Day. Hundreds of different cities worldwide
since 1999. The first Saturday in
May (or that weekend, or thereabouts). Rallies, marches, concerts,
meetings, parties, raves, info-tables, etc.. Links for event
navigators, alphabetical city lists,
contact lists, email lists and archives, photos,
flyers and posters, rally report
compilations over the years, media coverage, videos, MMM
shortcuts, FAQs, and more.
send your MMM city info, corrections, reports, etc.. Confirm your city yearly!
MMM mirror links: https://www.angelfire.com/rnb/y/mmmlinks.htm
A narrow summary (good for pasting in email) first:
Web address links in the MMM city lists at their web
locations were often made clickable all at once by using the
message preview at the Cannabis.com Politics message board: http://boards.marihemp.com/cgi-bin/boardscannabinoid.pl?1x1 Links for your city that don't click, or don't click
correctly, can be fixed if you point out any problems with
particular MMM city link. Use the online contact form here: http://corporatism.tripod.com/webform.htm
Most email and forums will
automatically make the links correctly clickable if the
links are correctly written. To learn more please go here: https://www.angelfire.com/rnb/y/mmmlinks.htm#how
A common error is not putting http:// in front of web address
URLs. Or not having a blank space at the beginning and
especially the end of either a web address or an email
address. Correcting these things will allow the links to
click correctly in the widest variety of email and forums.
Please let Dana Beal know if a link for
your city on the main MMM city list does not
click correctly in some places. He can correct his master city list,
spaces, separate duplicate links adjacent to each other, eliminate
duplicates, eliminate chevrons
(carets) <<>>, etc..
Also, please send MMM city updates and corrections to others who
regional or global MMM city lists online.
Cannabis.com message boards normally do not make email addresses
clickable. The board software ignores email addresses with blank
the beginning and end of them. Those email addresses that it does make
messed up, and don't click correctly. It seems that those email
chevrons << >> (carets) around part of their address,
and that also
consist of 2 duplicate parts pushed next to each other, are the ones
that are made
clickable (though incorrectly clickable).
For example; look at this doubled email address for the MMM city of
Link-clicking errors sometimes occur due to HTML code getting mixed
a plain-text MMM city list. There are several ways that this can
happen. One can inadvertently copy or paste
the HTML instead of the plain text. Chevrons <<>>
(also called carets) and "mailto:" are used in HTML code as part of
clickable links. But not in plain-text such as the MMM city list. The
and "mailto:" really mess things up. Please delete them, and
substitute spaces instead. Especially for web addresses.
If anyone knows of other software that will instantly convert all web
addresses in a message or article into clickable links, then please
tell some MMM
people of it by using this contact webform: http://corporatism.tripod.com/webform.htm
There are many forums and email list archives. They make links
different ways. See for yourself by posting the MMM city list at
Please forward MMM city lists as plain text email. Plain text email
uses less than half the kilobytes of HTML email.
The plain-text links are made clickable by most people's email
program or service.
Some email software makes only the web addresses clickable, but not the
Great for creating
plain-text email (of almost unlimited length) out of email and web
In freeware version of NoteTab just copy, paste,
and compile the parts desired. Also, one
can create narrow columns. First get rid of all existing line breaks
paragraphs by selecting the text, and then clicking "Lines" in the
"Modify" menu. Then click "Join Lines." To create narrow
columns use the "properties" command in the document menu. Check the
Column" box. Choose column width by number of characters. Nearly all
Drug War website charts are under 60 characters wide (the "costs"
charts are 70 characters wide). In the shareware version of NoteTab
skip the above steps and just use the "reformat" command
in the Modify/Lines menu. For more info, and quick downloads of the
NoteTab can count all the MMM city paragraphs (after the line
within the paragraphs are eliminated). Use the "Text Statistics"
command in the Tools menu. Then click the "More" button. Then go the
bottom of the results in order to see the number of paragraphs. Divide
by 2 to
account for the blank lines between MMM city paragraphs.
WordPad, Microsoft Word, or the highly-rated freeware word
AbiWord or NoteTab Light can be used to find all the
<<>> that are around links, and to replace them all with
blank spaces. Just use the
"replace" command (in the edit or search menu). Replace them all at
MS Word and AbiWord can also count all the paragraphs (one per city)
wide-format (no line breaks) MMM city
list. Click "word
count" in the tools menu. Its results give the paragraph count. http://www.webattack.com/get/abiword.shtml
--Download page for freeware AbiWord.
To count the paragraghs with the "word count" tool don't use
format of the MMM city list. That is because it has line breaks on
every line, and each one will be counted
as a paragraph. Use the paragraph format of the MMM city list that does
The Opera or Netscape browsers can be used to see a list of all the
clickable links on a web page. The Opera browser will even allow
one to copy
the list of links and paste it elsewhere such as into MS Word or
AbiWord, if one
wants to count the total links. Click "Links" in the view menu of
Opera. The Netscape browser will also provide a list of clickable
links, and it
will count the links. Click "Page Info" in the view menu of
The 2 browsers are good tools for quickly checking all the links on a
and then seeing if any of them are messed up.