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New York Giants safety Will Hill is in hot (bong) water after reportedly testing positive for marijuana. But according to a report from NJ.com, Hill is claiming that the positive test stemmed from secondhand exposure to weed smoke, insinuating that he was in a club where others were partaking in the devil’s lettuce but he declined.
Larry Sanders wants everyone to know that he believes in marijuana and he regularly studies it, but he totally only uses it for medical purposes.
Three Texans Rookies Were Cut For Reportedly Smoking Weed In Their Hotel Room, Because That’s Just Unacceptable
Ricky Williams is the running backs coach at the University of Incarnate Word, but, as this interview with Bonnie Bernstein shows, he’s still pro-pot. Video after the jump.
We must have the wrong idea of what pot looks like, because this photo of Leo Messi giving Pope Francis I a supposed “pot plant” features a plant that shows none of the usual identifying markers of cannabis, despite what some outlets are reporting.
The Preakness is over, a horse named Oxbow won, and this guy celebrated the only way he knew how. Smoking horses, Pimlico infield Porta-John jumping fail, and a random gorilla, following the jump.
Guns, Loud Music And Street Racing: Andrew Bynum and Andrew Bynum’s Neighbors Are Embroiled In A Nasty Lawsuit
Andrew Bynum, man of many pleasures, hasn’t taken too kindly to his California neighbors over the years, and his neighbors haven’t taken too kindly to him either. According to TMZ, the battle with his neighbors, Ramond and Cindy Beckett, has now reached the courts, with Bynum filing a lawsuit and the Becketts a countersuit.
Our Apologies To Bong-Ripping Football Players In Washington And Colorado, But Marijuana Decriminalization Won’t Change NFL Or NCAA Drug Policy
Are you in high school? Good at sports? Love getting high? Well, you were almost in luck. After Colorado and Washington passed ballot measures Tuesday night approving the decriminalization of marijuana, it seemed that your college experience had the potential to be equal parts Tyrann Mathieu and Tyrann Mathieu. But the ultimate college dream is not to be.