Meet Dann Halem, the man who is building an online business selling marijuana on Twitter. How is this possible? Well, first off, he lives in California where medical marijuana is legal. He’s also got a non-profit license which might (or might not) allow him to sell pot.
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Halem, who graduated from Northwestern’s journalism school and seems like an all around normal guy, set up the @artistscollctve Twitter account last week. Artists Collective is a medical marijuana delivery service located in Hollywood and delivering free to “patients” throughout Los Angeles.
On Twitter, Halem posts helpful tweets like:
TGIF! We have some new meds coming in soon. Right now, order a quarter and get a gram for free. Tax included, free delivery, we take plastic
BB Kush, NY Soma, SD Strom, Forrest G, Green C, Baby Crunch, Spy Diesel, buy 1/4 get gram free. Baked goods, Grams, Joints avail.
Technically Halem’s business is legal in California, but not in the eyes of the federal government. So if you live in L.A., get your doctor’s note ready, because Halem might not be doing this for long.
Ever wanted to look like James Bond? I thought so. This article will help you become a 007 wannabe without breaking the bank. Which is nice.
In our article 7 Gadgets James Bond Wishes He Had, we looked at some brilliant little devices for all you wannabe secret agents! Now we’re going to take it a step further and make sure that you look the part too.
James Bond has been the epitome of style and looking good since Roger Moore became the third man to portray 007 in Live and Let Die in 1973. However, for the modern man this is simply not practical on a day to day basis. That being said, we’re going to look at the fashion and style of James Bond in the latest movie, Casino Royale.
If you’re anything like me, you were appalled when you heard that Daniel Craig was unveiled as the new Bond…..until your saw the film and hailed him as your new hero. He was the most bad-ass Bond I’ve ever seen and the most similar to the modern man.
Get The “Daniel Craig” Bond Look
Because I am such a huge fan of the man’s man James Bond portrayed by Daniel Craig, I’ve put together a few of my favorite articles of clothing that make up the “Daniel Craig” Bond look.
The first item I want to mention comes with a stipulation, you need to read my How To Improve Your Physique Without Lifting Weights and start incorporating the exercises into your routines. Also, you should visit this site for loads of fitness tips to get a healthy brain.
Those Blue Swimming Shorts La Perla Grigioperla
As mentioned, you need to have a fantastic physique to even attempt these shorts on the beach. If you don’t have the body then don’t even try to pull this look off. You won’t manage it. If you follow my suggested resources for a few months religiously, you can start to think about wearing these. If you have the body, these shorts will have the women literally dribbling and falling over themselves to talk to you! You can get them from the following places:
The Sunspel Blue Polo Shirt
This polo shirt is an absolutely classic look which provides a fitted and retro look. Assuming you followed the resources mentioned above to look good in those shorts, you should look equally hunky in this tight fitting polo. Your arms will look powerful and strong, your chest broad and manly. The cuts and bruises pictured are optional extras should you decide to engage in secret agent type activities! You can get this shirt from the Sunspel website. You can also get the grey crewneck and white v-neck t-shirts worn by Bond during the movie.
This understated and elegant style is timeless and will look good whatever the occasion.
James Bonds Shoes – John Lobb Luffield Shoes
Elegant, stylish, understated. These shoes epitomise everything that is James Bond. With the right …
If you like movies jam-packed with f-words and expletives, you’ll want to check out the most foul-mouthed films in movie history. It’s sweartastic.
It’s no secret that we love movies here at Just A Guy Thing. We like horror movies, generic guy films and guy flicks we haven’t seen before. However, we’ve never actually chosen a movie based solely on the level of profanity it contains. For a start, how would we know which movies were the most effin’ foul-mouthed? Well, those wonderful folks over at Kids In Mind have done just that, and a whole lot more too.
The site seeks to advise adults about a movies suitability for children, and it’s pretty damn comprehensive. What we love about Kids In Mind is that they pass no judgment on the nudity, profanity and violence that each reviewer bears witness to. Each category achieves a mark of out 10 and it covers everything from Dunstan Checks In (“Sexual innuendo; a towel-clad woman moans pleasurably while being massaged.”) to the one movie that scored a perfect 10 in each category, 70’s slasher, Halloween.
The level of detail is fantastic. Take Team America: World Police – “62 F-words and its derivatives, 12 sexual references, 9 scatological terms, 59 anatomical terms, 14 mild obscenities, 14 derogatory terms for homosexuals (some are in an ongoing play on words referring to the Film Actors Guild as F.A.G.), 1 derogatory term for African-Americans, 6 religious profanities, 15 religious exclamations (1 in French with no translation).” Somebody had to take the time to count and compile these facts. That’s comprehensive.
Only two movies had a level of swear words so high that the reviewers literally couldn’t count them all – comedy Fear Of A Black Hat (“F-words galore and other profanities, from the opening credits to the end, nonstop”) and the bare-breasted Madonna flick Dangerous Game (“Counting the F-words will force the viewer to miss the film. There is also a full range of scatological and anatomical terms”).
Here are a selection of the most foul-mouthed films in movie history (minus the two that couldn’t be counted).
Summer Of Sam
This New York serial-killer flick from Spike Lee is a furious foul-mouthed frenzy of expletives with a tally of “about 400 f-words” and a few homosexual and racial insults.
Ignoring the fact that the geek from The Girl Next Door got cast as a drugs dealer, Alpha Dog contains “310 f-words and it’s derivatives”. Pretty fu*king impressive, considering the movie was a total let down.
Guns, corrupt cops and a bag full of 267 f-words sounds like a recipe for success. That is, until you cast Paul Walker as the lead actor. There were also 4 derogatory terms for homosexuals – all of which were directed at Paul Walker by the cast and crew on the set.
Pulp Fiction very nearly reached a perfect 10 across all categories, narrowly missing out in the sex stakes. (Although that gay …
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