It’s not completely outside of the realm of possibility that Limp Bizkit, a screaming band of white working man messiahs, would put on a show at a random gas station as a 4/20 gag. Unfortunately for thousands of confused internet users, though, Limp Bizkit will not be playing at the Sunoco Station in Dayton, Ohio this evening. Unless that’s what they want you to think.
Uruguay is set to pioneer the world’s first state owned and operated marijuana dispensaries, The Guardian reports. Starting in July, Uruguayans—who enjoy a socially liberal government—can now legally access up to forty grams of pot a month, at a cost of no more than $1 a gram. To do this, all the government requires is that users put their name and fingerprints in a government database.
Governor Margaret Wood Hassan of New Hampshire has declared a state of emergency after at least 41 reported overdoses of fake pot in the Manchester area. According to a statement issued by the governor, the "Bubblegum" flavor of "Smacked!", a synthetic cannabinoid has been linked to a spate of overdoses, and poses "a serious threat to public health, especially to young people."
The number one rule of getting free weed is that you keep the free weed, a lesson that Carla McFarland of Frederick, Md. was not privy to on Wednesday. When she ordered food from local fast food chain Sonic, and it arrived with a baggie filled with weed, McFarland complained to a manager and called the police.
Nineteen-year-old Jacob Lavoro was arrested last month after police officers reportedly found 1.5 pounds of brownies, a pound of marijuana, digital scales, $1,675 in cash, and dozens of baggies with marijuana and hash oil at his apartment. Authorities in the case are saying he could face from five years to life in prison, if he is found guilty.