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Down With That

When someone says they are down with that, or down with it, this means they are in agreement with, or have knowledge of, what is being said or done.  760 more words

Idioms From The 18th Century

Celebrate National Cat Day With the Most Ridiculous Cover in TIME History

Today is National Cat Day — even though it kind of feels like every day is National Cat Day on the Internet. To celebrate this momentous occasion, we decided to take a look back at a key moment in TIME’s history: that time in 1981 when cats were the most important news of the week. 229 more words

Art is meant to explore all the unattractive inner realities as well as to recommend glittering ideals. It is not meant to provide uplift or confirm people’s prior ideological assumptions.

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New At The Pot Shop: Milder Marijuana For Novices

DENVER (AP) — Recreational marijuana sellers are reaching out to novice cannabis users with a raft of edible products that impart a milder buzz and make it easy for inexperienced customers to find a dose they won’t regret taking. 878 more words


The Times cuts 100 staffers, shutters Opinion app in an attempt to "pivot"

Reading the New York Times’ opinion pages is like listening to a stoner — and no, I don’t mean Maureen Dowd — ramble about whatever happened to be on the news while they were smoking. 499 more words