legalizing pot in Washington and Colorado put an enormous ding in cartel profits but we can’t keep on doing with all drugs in all states because how is the CIA supposed to make any money
How am I gonna keep my job transporting cocaine in my private plane?
I’m Joe the coke transporter, and every day I worry that decriminalization will leave me without a job, and my family hungry.
So basically you must be 18 or older to make meth?
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Although originally conceived as a way to reinvigorate the monotony of the standard Walk-A-Thon event, the first annual Jaywalk-A-Thon quickly earned its way on to the list of “Really Bad Ideas.”
Created by Malcolm Donohue with a goal to raise money to help find a cure for a yet to be identified disease, Donohue insists he began with the greatest of intentions.
“This was going to be a fun and energetic new way to help raise money for worthwhile causes,” Donohue said. “And even though several people died and countless others were severely injured, I still think this event raised some money and awareness.”
The Jaywalk-A-Thon was held on a Friday in downtown Manhattan. More than 1,400 participants turned out for the event, which got underway with a bagel and coffee kickoff event in Central Park. Soon after, participants, who raised money through a series of pledges, took off out of the park and onto the bustling streets of the nation’s largest city.
“I was really charged up,” Eric Meyer, 23, said. “This was my first fundraising activity I had ever taken part in. It was so cool. Then, about a block into it, my friend got struck down by a tour bus.”
Meyer said that while he would consider participating in future events, he’s going to be a bit more careful in choosing the activity as well as the cause.
“Apparently, they never got around to choosing a disease to benefit,” Meyer said. “I thought that was kind of odd. Also, the more I think about it the more I think unleashing hundreds of people onto busy streets during the middle of rush hour is probably not the best idea either. But you live and you learn. Well, unfortunately not everyone who participated lived.”
Aside from the more than 30 reported car accidents, the event also resulted in the deaths of seven participants not to mention the nearly 90 others who suffered critical injuries.
Ironically, the tragedy of the First Annual Jaywalk-A-Thon helped generate several other fundraising events, the proceeds of which went directly to benefit participants of the Jaywalk-A-Thon.
“You can’t make this shit up,” said local United Way chairperson Linda Thomas. “I think it’s nice that people want to help charities and try to cure diseases, but let the professionals handle it. If you’re not sure who the professional organizations are, just ask them whether or not multiple people have ever lost their lives during one of their events. That’s a good place to start.”
Donohue, however, remains undeterred by what he calls a “minor setback.”
“Our biggest mistake was probably not identifying a charity or disease sooner in the process. That’s probably the one thing I would change,” Donohue said. “But shit, I didn’t realize how much work these things were and we kind of just forgot all about that part.”
Donohue said plans were already underway for a second annual event, planned for next spring. He said he will definitely make some adjustments based on lessons he learned from the first event.
“We’re probably going to hold it in the evening,” Donohue said. “There are a lot fewer cars driving around the streets at night time. That will help a lot.”
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I thought this was on my blog, I guess it wasn’t.
It’s official: The people’s nominee for TIME’s Person of the Year 2012 is…. KIM JONG UN in a landslide! [Voting is still going on though, so GET OUT THERE, VOTE FOR THE FEARLESS LEADER!]
This doesn’t mean that TIME will actually pick them, but this list is a suggestion of people for them. With a successful campaign to get the vote out, 4chan dumped all their votes into Kim Jong Un and Mohamed Morsi.
Tila Tequila compilation. And this is a tiny fraction of what’s being said.
Seriously, who thought this was a good idea for a gym?
guess who learned how to use imovie at 5 in the morning
OH GOD LMAO