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- On Wed, 18 May 2016, 1:38pm PDT
Study: Fatal traffic accidents involving marijuana double after state legalizes,
I have to say, taking a Prob/Stat class with Roberto could be fun.
That said, we need more treatment options. I hate to see Rew and bob2356 going at each other. I'll only vote for decriminalization if treatment is part of the package. Has anybody looked at the CA props that may end up on the November ballot. I know one has monies for funding treatment options, but, as with any big pot of money, also diverts taxes to other interests/projects.
And the obligatory, Dude, you just ran over a bicyclist...
Haynes admitted to smoking marijuana at the Berkeley Marina at 3:30 p.m., appeared high to police on the scene and “performed poorly” on a sobriety test conducted by a BPD officer after the crash. Police found marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the car, which also smelled strongly of burnt pot. Also found in the vehicle were numerous empty plastic “BPG House Blend” canisters.
Haynes — who is from Berkeley but lived in Sunnyvale as of February — told police he had stopped for the red light at Fulton and Bancroft right before the crash. When the light turned green, according to the police report, he drove forward and “he then felt ‘bumps’ from the front area of his vehicle. He said he did not know what the bumps were. He said he tried to stop but the vehicle began … going into a skid.”
- On Fri, 13 May 2016, 6:36pm PDT
California Tax Revenues Miss Projections By $1 Billion,
Hmmmm... meanwhile some large employers tend to their bottom lines. Following $15 minimum wage hike legislation in New York City and in California, fast food chain Wendy's has announced a plan to install self-service kiosks in every one of its 6,000 restaurant locations.
- On Fri, 13 May 2016, 5:27pm PDT
Stewardess!!? It's Flight Attendant, pardner. Now eat this shit on your tray.,
Just noticed the high heels in the pictures as well. Timely as A firm that sent home a temp without pay for refusing to wear high heels has changed its policy. London receptionist Nicola Thorp, 27, says she was told to wear shoes with a "2in to 4in heel" when she arrived at finance company PwC in December. When she refused and was sent home she set up a petition calling for the law on dress code to be changed.