Ahhh Haaa, Got ya, it’s not what you think, but still very insightful from Lil Jon! TMZ caught up with the Trap Master himself at an Airport, discussing the “turnip For What” video Michelle Obama did to raise veggie awareness, you know the 1st lady gets her healthy on, and ask Lil Jon if he knew about it, and was good with it, of course he is.
Wait, what? Yup, it’s true, soon children in Colorado will be able to benefit from medical marijuana too. No, that doesn’t mean that kiddies all over Colorado are not going to be walking around stoned out of their minds.
Voters in Colorado passed a pretty nice law, Amendment 64. In this case, it is the very same law that allows for the possession of marijuana in small amounts for recreational use that, now, allows for those once caught with small amounts to remove the info from their legal records. Hit the jump for the full scoop.
Ok all day I look for things to get up, and usually ask one of our glorious bloggers to get up(ASAP), but this one…being scientific, and I’m a super geek, well it was all me! That and I’m a ‘Tree Hugger’ 0_0
This story deserves to be made into a movie or –at the very least– a TV series. Aubrey Lee Price is a former banker who was presumed dead after he allegedly faked his own suicide. The married father of four was previously indicted for a bank fraud costing over $21 million. Since his “death” his wife, Rebekah, had to deal with the “loss” of her husband, before explaining to their four children what had happened to him. While she was dealing with that major dilemma, he was living in Georgia, surviving off of his very own Marijuana farm.
Yesterday was really historic for American history, as Colorado ushered in the 1st ever recreational Marijuana sales in the U.S.!!! Apparently the guy in the front of the line recognized this as the historic event that it is, and has some solid plans for it!
Suffering from a severe stutter and –at times– unbearable pain due to cerebral palsy, Jacqueline Patterson of Kansas City, MO. discovered that weed helps. So far, in the United States, only 20 have allowed the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. Inconveniently, Patterson’s state does not. Check what what this could mean for her after the jump.