A Brandenburg, Germany police officer noticed a plot of pot plants while driving by a house in the village of Golzow. When the cops rang the doorbells, an 84-year-old woman answered. She claimed to give them to her rabbits as food and that the animals like it.
The snakes come at night, darting out of the shadows and into Marcelo's subconscious. "You start thinking, 'There are people coming! The police are coming! A snake is coming! Everything is coming!' You panic. But there is no snake. No police. There's nobody there. There's nothing. You're just tripping out."
Tuesday, May 31st 2011 (12:07am) | Thanks: retalivity
On Feb. 23, drug sniffing dogs at U.S. post office in West Palm Beach alerted inspectors that there was possibly more than brown goo inside eight sealed jars of Skippy and Fed Meyer brand peanut butter destined for an address in Jensen Beach.
Monday, Mar 14th 2011 (12:00am)
A US firm has announced plans to launch an odd range of marijuana-spiked soft drinks guaranteed to give you a buzz. Makers says the drinks, which include a cola, a Dr Pepper-like, a lemonade and a orange flavored one, will go on sale in February for $10 to $15 each.
Monday, Jan 31st 2011 (12:00am)
Arizona's medical marijuana proposition has passed. Of course, this is the third time now - but it may stick this time thanks to a recent voter protection law.
It occurs to me now that since we're about to be hip-deep in rheumy-eyed viperweed addicts, it might be a good idea to update the ol' vocabulary so as not to be singled out as some kind of square. As always, Uncle Sam to the rescue!
Monday, Nov 15th 2010 (12:01am)
Elementary student brings pot to school to turn in his parents
But this part almost makes it worth while:
Police say both the 11-year old and a sibling have been removed from the parents' house by social services.
Friday, Oct 22nd 2010 (4:00am)
BC's illegal marijuana trade industry has evolved into a business giant, dubbed by some involved as 'The Union', Commanding upwards of $7 billion Canadian annually. With up to 85% of 'BC Bud' being exported to the United States, the trade has become an international issue. Follow filmmaker Adam Scorgie as he demystifies the underground market and brings to light how an industry can function while remaining illegal. Through growers, police officers, criminologists, economists, doctors, politicians and pop culture icons, Scorgie examines the cause and effect nature of the business - an industry that may be profiting more by being illegal.
Monday, Jul 26th 2010 (10:41am) | Thanks: Jon HS
Oil leaks, terror attacks, earthquakes, volcanic ash: It's no wonder you're feeling antsy, can't sleep, and every time a loud bang goes off your heart starts racing. We asked two psychiatrists which drugs to take best ease the psychic pain.
Friday, May 28th 2010 (12:06am)
Shortly after November 2nd.
Cool? Sure, but it has some people worried.
And it turns out that all the scientific evidence lawmakers were asking medicinal users for to prove it helps them was never conducted.
Saturday, Mar 27th 2010 (6:37am)
Dante's Peak (1997)
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