Phillip Morris Introduces ‘Marlboro M’ Marijuana Cigarettes

Phillip Morris, the world’s biggest cigarette producer, announced today that they will join the marijuana legalization bandwagon and start producing marijuana cigarettes. Marketed under the brand “Marlboro M”, the cigarettes will be made available for sale through marijuana-licensed outlets in the state of Colorado, and the state of Washington. Serafin Norcik, Phillip Morris’ Sr. Vice President for Marketing said in an interview that the company has been high on the idea of marketing cannabis, and has been monitoring the market for some time. It was only when the recent legalization initiatives — winning in Colorado and Washington — that they … Continue reading

April 1st, 2016 | 16,760 Comments | Read more

Californians Pledge to Drinking Beer Instead of Water

Thousands of members of the California Beer Enthusiast for Environmental Rescue (Cali-BEER) gathered yesterday at the Moscone Center in San Francisco for the annual Cali-BEER Crafter Beer Festival. During the awarding presentation for the best crafted beer of the festival, thousands of attendees signed pledges to help with California’s on-going drought problem by only drinking beer and forgo drinking water or any other type of beverage until the drought is declared over. Cali-BEER founder Doug ‘Spudz’ McKenzie said that it was just a matter of time when all Californians have to adopt extreme measures to save California from the drought. … Continue reading

April 2nd, 2015 | 8,341 Comments | Read more

Facebook Discontinues ‘Like Pages’; Users Will Soon Pay to See Friends’ Posts

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California — In an effort to reduce bandwidth on its popular news feed, Facebook announced after hours yesterday that it is discontinuing one of its major sections called Like Pages. The largest social networking site in the world said that during their latest study — participated by no less than 3,000 users — it was revealed that eight out of ten users did not mind removing the feature from the news feed, and Facebook altogether. The study discovered that since users could no longer see posts from Like Pages (Fan Pages) of brands and personalities, which they have … Continue reading

April 1st, 2015 | 5,396 Comments | Read more