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Undercover Sting Catches People Hoping To Trade White Powder For White Powder

Most of us would know not to respond to a Craigslist ad promising ski lift tickets in exchange for drugs.

Some people, however, do not. Those people are sitting in the Mono County Jail after being arrested at Mammoth Lakes, California.

The Mono County Sheriff’s Department posted an ad on Craigslist that offered…

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Daily Rubbish: Free Marbury? Actually, Really Expensive Marbury

At work today? Check out how much Stephon Marbury made this year to do absolutely nothing & then get incredibly depressed.

They don’t spell so good in Mississippi. Nor do they spell so good in Mississppi.

The sheriff from the Michael Phelps pot case is still in the limelight. Looks like someone wants to be the next Joe Arpaio..

Even though…

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Michigan Sportswriter Charged With Growing Marijuana

It’s not just athletes like Michael Phelps who are getting into trouble with weed these days, one Grand Rapids, Michigan sportswriter is getting into the act as well.

Sports columnist David Mayo was charged with “manufacture of more than 20 but less than 200 plants, a seven-year felony, and also maintaining a drug house, a…

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Daily Rubbish: Breakfast Of Stoners

SNL covered the Michael Phelps saga, as Seth Meyers brings up some very good points about Kellogg’s food line.

David West might have an MMA career after karate chopping Mike Miller on the back of the head. Needless to say, he got called for a flagrant foul and was ejected.

Remember when Sarah Palin got Manny Legace injured? Now she’s gotten him waived

More Sumo Wrestlers Getting Caught With Weed. Michael Phelps Approves.

Sumo wrestling fans in Japan are becoming increasingly worried about the sanctity of the sport as more and more wrestlers have been getting caught with marijuana. So that fat stoner friend of yours might not be a waste, he could be in training.

While Michael Phelps can get caught smoking weed…

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