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“If you don’t believe me or don’t get it, I don’t have time to try to convince you, sorry!” — Satoshi Nakamoto
A crypto fraud suspect in Spain says he can repay his victims nearly $330,000,000 if released for three to four weeks.
TOP THREE 33
NBC’s Olympic opening ceremony had lowest viewers in 33 years
Former Boy Scouts Leader sentenced to 33 years in prison for child exploitation offenses
US Shipping Crisis is not going away as 33 cargo ships float off the coast of L.A. waiting to dock
33 people were shot in Chicago over the weekend, 7 fatally
THE COOF CONTINUES
33-year-old New York man calls the non-vaccinated “idiots” and “morons,” dead 14 weeks after COVID-19 “vaccine”
33 new cases reported in Fresno
According to a study from Cambridge University, slacking stoners is a FALSE stereotype! But while weed is not linked to lack of motivation, greater use was associated with a lower perceived value of school by adolescents.
If you’re flying into a New York airport, you’ll be happy to find cops won’t seize your secret stash. But if TSA stumbles across it, they are still required to alert the appropriate law enforcement.
There’s a new lawsuit over Utah’s cannabiz licensing procedure claiming out-of-state companies were given preference during the application process. The state’s Department of Agriculture and Food coached multistate growers, then changed the laws last minute to allow out-of-state companies to apply which potentially gave them a huge advantage thanks to the aforementioned networking opportunity.
Listeners of No Agenda and Bowl After Bowl won’t be surprised to hear Amazon is officially a registered cannabis lobbyist. Last year, the company spent $17.9 million on lobbying alone. Activists at DPA and NORML confirmed representatives met with them to discuss the best ways to free the weed.
During discussion of the cocaine resentencing bill, the EQUAL Act, Representative Steve Cohen turned the House Judiciary Committee’s attention to the failure of the War on Drugs, using Sha’Carri Richardson’s Olympic suspension as an example, saying, “Marijuana is not a performance-enhancing drug unless you’re entered in the Coney Island hot dog eating contest on Fourth of July.”
After companies applying for medical marijuana licenses were allowed to redact their own applications, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in favor of investigative journalist Wallace McKelvey of PennLive and The Patriot-News. The burden now falls on the Department of Health.
Strawberry Fields became the first Denver dispensary approved to work with a social equity delivery service to bring their product straight to customers’ doors. Turns out, they were the only company that even applied!
Originally introduced in 2014 by Representative Dave Reichert, the Welfare for Needs Not Weed Act was reintroduced last Monday by Representative Tom Rice and referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.
An Interpretive Statement was released by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board saying licensed processors cannot convert CBD into delta-9 THC, which would undermine growers. Since this is not law, it remains to be seen whether it is actually enforced.
The US House of Representatives could vote on the Blumenauer-McClintock-Norton-Lee amendment as soon as next week, removing the word “medical” from the current spending bill language maintaining that federal funds cannot be used to prevent states from “implementing their own state laws that authorize the use, distribution, possession, or cultivation of medical marijuana.”
A Florida businessman was ordered to pay nearly $3 million to the SEC after scamming $5.5 million from more than 60 weed investors and spending it on himself.
Standing Akimbo is once again asking the Supreme Court to hear their case against the IRS and Section 280E. Bowl After Bowl Episode 90 ★ Jimmy Geminis discussed the case in June when the justices refused to hear it after it lost in the appellate court last year.
A Missouri attorney hopes to clarify whether his client can lawfully use medical marijuana with a valid medical card while on probation in the Show-Me State.
A New Mexico novelty gift shop is giving customer weed samples with their purchases of stickers ranging in cost from $15 to $90. Yesterday, (July 26, 2021) they received a cease and desist order. Although they are not a dispensary, Bowl After Bowl has discussed this gifting practice before in Episode 88 Think Horn when a New Jersey company gifted product by charging for bakery good add-ons to get around the state’s purchase limit.
Also in the Land of Enchantment, the New Mexico appellate court upheld a 2018 lower court ruling allowing the state’s largest medical marijuana operator to open two new dispensaries.
FIRST TIME I EVER…
Bowlers called in on this Tokin’ Tuesday to tell us about the first time they ever called someone by the wrong name. Next, week we want to hear from YOU about the first time you ever rode a rollercoaster.
Fuck it, Dude. Let’s go bowling.
“Cake Boss” star Buddy Valastroregains 75% hand strength after mangling it in his home bowling alley’s pin setter.
A woman in France received 33 speeding tickets in three days
The revolver used to kill Billy the Kid isgoing up for auction
Man running on water inside ‘bubble’ washes up on Florida beach
In Toronto, a Yorkie defended 10-year-old from coyote
9-foot sturgeon caught on video leaping from Fraser River in Chilliwack, BC
A teen recently caught and released a 20-foot white sturgeon there too
Federal prosecutors sell Martin Shkreli’s one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang album
Tee Boi’s Swinger Trailer Park is coming to Mamou, Louisiana