throh:

unleash hell for just $1.50

throh:

unleash hell for just $1.50

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lauracallaghanillustration:

I drew a comic about finding true love in a digital age

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theatlanticcities:

Over the weekend in San Francisco, lines stretched around the block for a Nicolas Cage-themed art show.

theatlanticcities:

Over the weekend in San Francisco, lines stretched around the block for a Nicolas Cage-themed art show.

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newsweek:

I walked through clouds of marijuana smoke Friday night to get to the Denver Nuggets basketball game. The sweet smell lingering in the air reminded me less of a family event and more of the time I saw AC/DC on “The Razor’s Edge” tour at the old McNichols Sports Arena. I grew up in Colorado, but it’s been a while since I lived in the state. 

When I returned for a recent conference, I found that a place settled by the Gold Rush is now mad about reefer. In 2012, Colorado voters became the first in the nation to approve recreational pot use. The good times rolled out Jan. 1, when stores started selling it. 

I’ve never tried pot, but I graduated from the University of Colorado — Boulder, which is famous for its annual “4/20” public pot parties. At CU, you can practically get a contact high walking to class. 

But I saw more public pot use in my two-day visit to Lower Downtown Denver than in years spent at Boulder. It’s supposed to be illegal to smoke or consume pot in public. 

But then the day after the game, while jogging down the Speer Boulevard bike path, I passed a guy lounging under a tree lavishing his affections on a joint. 

Anyone over 21 can walk into a dispensary and load up on bud, marijuana baked goods and candy. The presence of legal pot right outside our hotel made people giddy at the conference I attended — a meeting of the Association of Health Care Journalists. 

At a reception, one woman passed a friend gummy bears infused with THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive ingredient in pot. And then there was a friend of mine at the conference — I’ll call him “Dude” because he shared his story on condition I didn’t name him. He had a bad reaction after eating too many marijuana gummy bears. 

Rocky Mountain High or Reefer Madness? Legal Pot in Colorado Comes with Risks - ProPublica

People who live here take it easy. It seems like the only weird stuff that’s happening is with visitors. I’m not a “locals only” type by any means, I moved here 6 years ago. But I do think it’s important to ask your friend about weed before you go on a bender (has anyone EVER used this term for pot?) in the mile high city. Be safe, enjoy, but please don’t mess this up for our beautiful state.

newsweek:

I walked through clouds of marijuana smoke Friday night to get to the Denver Nuggets basketball game. The sweet smell lingering in the air reminded me less of a family event and more of the time I saw AC/DC on “The Razor’s Edge” tour at the old McNichols Sports Arena. I grew up in Colorado, but it’s been a while since I lived in the state.

When I returned for a recent conference, I found that a place settled by the Gold Rush is now mad about reefer. In 2012, Colorado voters became the first in the nation to approve recreational pot use. The good times rolled out Jan. 1, when stores started selling it.

I’ve never tried pot, but I graduated from the University of Colorado — Boulder, which is famous for its annual “4/20” public pot parties. At CU, you can practically get a contact high walking to class.

But I saw more public pot use in my two-day visit to Lower Downtown Denver than in years spent at Boulder. It’s supposed to be illegal to smoke or consume pot in public.

But then the day after the game, while jogging down the Speer Boulevard bike path, I passed a guy lounging under a tree lavishing his affections on a joint.

Anyone over 21 can walk into a dispensary and load up on bud, marijuana baked goods and candy. The presence of legal pot right outside our hotel made people giddy at the conference I attended — a meeting of the Association of Health Care Journalists.

At a reception, one woman passed a friend gummy bears infused with THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, the main psychoactive ingredient in pot. And then there was a friend of mine at the conference — I’ll call him “Dude” because he shared his story on condition I didn’t name him. He had a bad reaction after eating too many marijuana gummy bears.

Rocky Mountain High or Reefer Madness? Legal Pot in Colorado Comes with Risks - ProPublica

People who live here take it easy. It seems like the only weird stuff that’s happening is with visitors. I’m not a “locals only” type by any means, I moved here 6 years ago. But I do think it’s important to ask your friend about weed before you go on a bender (has anyone EVER used this term for pot?) in the mile high city. Be safe, enjoy, but please don’t mess this up for our beautiful state.

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