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  1. Ron Strider

    'I Spent The Last Four Years Cooking With Cannabis For Hollywood Elite'

    An Irish chef who works as a private chef to rock stars and celebrities in the US has spent the last four years cooking with cannabis. Aine McAteer has had a glittering career as a private chef to Hollywood stars like Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise, John Cusack and Simpsons creator Matt Groening...
  2. Ron Strider

    UK: This MP Had A Brilliant Response To Being Asked If She Had Smoked Cannabis

    An MP has happily admitted taking drugs as she joined a 'cannabis tea party' to legalize medicinal marijuana. Lib Dem Layla Moran laughed as she replied "yes, I went to university!", adding: "I did inhale, yes I did." "I don't any more, I'm a grown up now, but for god's sake," the...
  3. Ron Strider

    IL: 8 Questions About Edible Cannabis, Compassion With Mindy Segal

    Mindy Segal, a James Beard Award-winning pastry chef, announced in December 2015 that she would be venturing into cannabis-infused edible products for medical marijuana patients. The acclaimed chef and owner of Mindy's HotChocolate recently spoke at Taste Talks about her line, Mindy's Artisanal...
  4. Ron Strider

    How Weed Helped Me Get In The Best Shape Of My Life

    I go to the gym almost every day—not because I’m training for a marathon or trying to lose weight but simply because I’m way more productive on days I work out. Exercise makes it easier for me to stay focused and think creatively. I love the feel-good endorphins, which, in turn, help me be a...
  5. Ron Strider

    Joe Buck Tells Absurd Story About The Time He Tried A Pot Brownie In Cabo

    FOX Sports' Joe Buck joined the Dan Le Batard Show on Monday to talk about baseball things ahead of Tuesday's MLB All-Star game. So naturally, the conversation took a turn, and he ended up sharing a story about his reaction to eating a pot brownie for the first time. As they were joking about...
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    John Mayer Replaced Booze With Weed

    John Mayer is using marijuana to fill a void in his life. "I put it where drinking used to go," Mayer, 39, revealed in Rolling Stone's July 13 issue. "The quality of life has gone up considerably. Drinking is a f–king con. It always felt wrong." "I was always the guy saying that I didn't...