About

Stack Jones is an award winning writer, photographer, and musician who performs in a wide variety of genres. In contrast to his music, Stack’s social, religious, and political commentaries are scathing. He tells it like it is, without allowing external influences to mar his perspective.

Stack received a Juris Doctorate from the University of La Verne College of Law (ABA Accredited), a BA (Honors) in Communications from Loyola Marymount University, Audio/Video Engineering Certification at Soundmaster Recording Studios, and an Associates In Arts in Applied Music from Miami Dade Community College.

Stack has worked with Grammy, Emmy, Cleo, and Academy Award winning artists, and as a project developer, screenwriter, and artist agent. Stack’s music has received numerous favorable reviews, and won Best Male Vocalist, and Best Country Song for his single, Ugly Ducklin’. To find out more visit http://stackjones.com.

Music
Stack Jones: Anthology.
Stack Jones: 
13 Rowdy Row.
Amazing Grace: 
Risen From The Dead.

Videos
Stack Jones on Vimeo.

Websites
Big Blu Orb: Plastic Planet.
Comprehensive Law Outlines: Know Your Rights.
Japan Ease: Culture, History, And Language.
Nihongo News.
Photo Journal Japan.
Stack Jones Homepage.
The Banking Swindle: A Historical Perspective.
The Best Albums Ever.
The Seed Indeed: Adolescence, Drug Treatment, And Industry.
The Zionist Narrative: The History Of Zionism.

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3 Responses to About

  1. Esther says:

    Stack Jones, what a gloriously strong mind you have.

    This is the most comprehensive report on The Seed that I’ve ever read.

  2. Julia says:

    I was also sent to The Seed by a judge at 13 because they found some pills in my locker. It was so early that I was by far the youngest person there, it was in a small house with only about 30 people, all hard-core junkies sent by the courts… and me.

    Sat from 10 until 10, and then to an old-timer’s house. The other girls could vote whether I could go back to school, and then whether I could go home and at each step along the way. I think it was a three-month program if you did it perfectly but not sure…

    I remember we were regularly visited by TV News anchors, reporters and even the Dolphin’s Larry Czonka, and Jim Kiick came to see us as “The Seed” was all the rage as you correctly stated. It took me about a month before I was voted to be allowed back to school, where I was taunted by my friends as a “Seedling” since I wasn’t allowed/supposed to associate with my old friends. It was like I was from another planet.

    I was the first in my school,to come back from The Seed, but more followed. It took only a year and a half for it to grow to hundreds of kids, all screaming at one poor kid because he was seen talking to an old friend or something.

    Parents were turning in their nine or ten-year old children ‘just to be safe’ or because they ‘thought they might have smoked pot” or for behavior issues towards the end. Very sick, all based on fear and fed through fear and so-called quick results.

    I wonder how many kids turned to drugs just over the horror of their experience and anger with their parents who committed them.

    I haven’t thought much about this for over forty years but just wondered what was online about it and found your page.

    Thanks for your blog.

    • Kristina says:

      Back in 1971, I was sent to The Seed in Ft. Lauderdale by my parents at 15 or 16.

      Stack, in your story you mention people would be forced to stand up in front of the group to received insults. I never heard you mention the words “Hot Seat”, this was a bar stool with no back on it, and you sat on that “Hot Seat” at the front of the room. It was fruitless to argue the insults, and untruths.

      They called me a slut, and all kinds of terrible names while I was still a virgin.

      My father put $500.00 in Art Barkers pockets, and he took both my sister, and I in The Seed. My sister didn’t do any drugs, and The Seed called her a liar. It was insidious, since all the caregivers in my family were deceptive, two-faced, and acting as if they really cared.

      My father put us in The Seed so he could have wild parties on his yacht drinking, and smoking pot, all the while stating how ‘worried’ he was for his children. I needed The Seed like I needed a whole in the head. For my father The Seed was a great solution to ‘baby sitting’… getting the kids out of his hair.

      I remember Gloria Stern she had long blond hair, and was boney. I believe she was pregnant at the time by her husband Jonathan Stern. She was a huge witch with a ‘B’room. Let me know if I can help you on this site. Thanks for what you are doing.