3 Reasons To Include A Seeder CropThis year, what did Santa put in your stocking? One Washington man thought when he well gift wrapped 3 lbs of Maryjane, Santa had cannabis in mind.
Prop 109 is about hunting, fishing, and harvesting wildlife. Vote "yes" if you are for making hunting, fishing, and harvesting wildlife a constitutional right. The State Legislature will also be able to make laws regulating these activities. It will also establish hunting and fishing as a preferred means of managing and controlling wildlife. A vote "no" keeps current laws about hunting and fishing the same.
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It has been widely circulated that during his term, Andrew Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury (1921-1932) wanted to help the Hearsts and Duponts keep the oil flowing.
Playing on the road is never easy. There are a great deal. This is the first road game under a new staff so that I am certain that there are a few kinks to work out. On the plus side we'll be playing in front of an unenthusiastic crowd of 25,000 Tree fans on recreational marijuana. Close to 10,000 Husky fans show up since we have a great deal of alumni in the Bay Area and travel. Since our fans load up on beer and hard liquor before the game chances are we will make more noise. The last time Washington continue reading this and Stanford on the road played with. In other words I don't think the crowd will be much of a factor. I think it is a great road game.
"Please don't let my daughter die, governor," said New Jersey resident Brain Wilson, in an exchange which was extensively covered in the local media. Wilson's daughter suffers from a form of epilepsy that he says could be treated with certain breeds of medical marijuana.
Today, let's address a few of the cat crap in the sandbox of society. This column will not be a running battle with the consumers; that's NOT the reason is mainly for the upright citizens of Portland, not its' users.
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