I'd be lying if I said I've never spent half my lunch break standing in line staring at bottles of liquid courage. In fact, the Twin Falls lunch-hour liquor rush can be downright jaw-dropping some days.
In case you missed this insanely viral video, a group of grannies up in Washington got together to smoke weed for the first time. The best part is the director explaining certain things throughout the video.
If you were reading Marvel Comics in 1999, you read Fastlane. For four solid months, it was absolutely unavoidable, an eight-page anti-marijuana insert that would pop up right in the middle of every single Marvel Comic to let you know about the dangers of weed, a drug that was glorified in the media and would lead users to a dangerous world of addiction and deadly hallucinations that was so over t
With so many states legalizing medical marijuana, yes, I'm excited, but I started to wonder how would medical marijuana effect driving skills. Not only women's driving, but all driving.
Luckily, someone got a bunch of people high and then let them loose on a driving course. Here's what they found out:
Robert J. Michelson wanted to know how much trouble he could get in for growing one marijuana plant. So he called 911 and asked.
The dispatcher tried to dissuade him for using the emergency service for a non-emergency, but he persisted, and admitted he was growing marijuana before asking her what the legal ramifications of doing that would be.
Not long after his misguided call, the cops traced hi