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Not everyone who needs it wants to smoke it...



I've never smoked ANYTHING… EVER. And I was thinking, I'm getting up in age, perhaps one day I would need medical cannabis… But I don't want to smoke it. Something like this would be right for me.

This is good to know.

Canadian Santas brushing up on sign language… Because humanity.




http://www.royalcityrecord.com/news/santa-goes-back-to-school-in-new-west-1.1602939

Is it today?




Wow, NYT… Really?

It pays to murder unarmed black teens...



How much did Zimmerman get paid, anybody?

Very considerate, indeed...

Ferguson protest solidarity map



http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2014/11/26/3597404/map-ferguson-solidarity-protests/

Forty-two states, everybody!

A little background on Bob McCulloch from his Wiki page:

In 2000, in the so-called "Jack in the Box" case, two undercover officers, a police officer and a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) officer, shot and killed two unarmed black men in the parking lot of a Jack in the Box fast-food restaurant in Berkeley, Missouri. In 2001, the officers told a grand jury convened by McCulloch that the suspects tried to escape arrest and then drove toward them; the jury declined to indict. McCulloch told the public that every witness had testified to confirm this version, but St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalist Michael Sorkin reviewed the previously secret grand jury tapes, released to him by McCulloch, and found that McCulloch's statement was untrue: only three of 13 officers testified that the car was moving forward. A subsequent federal investigation found that the men were unarmed and that their car had not moved forward when the officers fired 21 shots; nevertheless, federal investigators decided that the shooting was justified because the officers feared for their safety. McCulloch also drew controversy when he said of the victims: "These guys were bums." The two men killed, Earl Murray and Ronald Beasley, had prior felony convictions on drug and assault charges.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_P._McCulloch_(prosecutor)


Sounds familiar?

Happy Wednesday the 26th!

Enjoy!

Do the math...

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