And thus did the Berkeley cops seize all 700 pounds of happy fungus and arrest our bickering young couple, thus yanking a sizable portion of product off the Bay Area hallucinogen market and jacking up the price for, oh, about an hour, given how even that much psilocybin is but a sliver of what Berkeley likely produces every week, and if you could peel back the roof and peer through the walls of every home in the East Bay you will possibly find that magic mushrooms are more populous than smoothies and Birkenstocks and Subarus, combined, because Berkeley. … [Read more...] about Morford: Free the magic mushrooms, arrest Big Pharma
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"Such documentation might include (but would not be limited to) a phone bill or a copy of a relevant page of a phone directory," the notice says. "A satisfactory submission could also include any other type of documentation that confirms or explains the connection of the claimant to the number at issue in a manner that can be independently confirmed upon further inquiry by the Parties or the Settlement Administrator." … [Read more...] about Settlement Means Cash for Some Calls Promising Free Cruises
Local groups have been impressed, too, that the Parkland kids don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to the politics of gun-law reform. When MFOL went to Naperville, Ill., for a rally that included a lot of black kids from inner-city Chicago, the gun-murder capitol of America, the contrasts were many and massive. The Parkland students were concerned about guns getting inside their school; the Chicago kids were petrified about what could happen to them outside on the sidewalk. … [Read more...] about March For Our Lives has raised millions and has a D.C. lobbyist. Here’s what’s next.
(DeSantis, a former federal prosecutor, has said that felons who have completed their sentences may not yet have paid back their debts to society. “An appallingly high percentage of people who get out of prison as convicted felons re-offend,” he said at an October debate.) … [Read more...] about More than a million convicted felons in Florida won their voting rights back. Now what?
Based on their analysis, researchers claim that only 6.17 percent of the company's Instagram posts over a nearly 14-month period ending in November "contained persons wearing protective gear." Though almost 70 percent of Bird's posts contained a person visible with a Bird scooter - many of them reposts from Bird users - only "6.79 percent had protective gear somewhere in the post," researchers found. Another 1.54 percent of posts mentioned protective gear in the comment box. … [Read more...] about Bird says safety is its ‘top priority.’ So why is the e-scooter company’s Instagram page nearly devoid of helmets?