Thursday, June 3, 2010

Facebook Snuffs Pot Ads; Dennis Hopper's Stoniest Roles

By David Downs
Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 10:47 AM

While Facebook game 'Pot Farm' amasses more than 500,000 farmers, the Bay Area's own cultivation legend Ed Rosenthal is having trouble placing ads for his books on the site. Wednesday, Rosenthal went public with his Facebook spat, proving: freedom of the press means the freedom to make your own damn social networking site. Get on it, heads. More news after the jump.

The Marijuana Policy Project in Arizona will try again to legalize medical use of cannabis at the ballot, but that electorate hasn't proved too bright lately.

Sometimes a society has to hit rock bottom before it can readjust its priorities. Detroit finally appears bad enough to legalize recreational use of cannabis.

Libertarian group The Cato Institute is tracking botched drug raids, like the incendiary one that went viral last month. Their user-generated botch drug raid map depicts a nation under siege.

Noted CelebStoner Kirsten Dunst told a judge this week that she doesn't use the devil weed, her assistant does. Dunst was forced to clarify her position in a criminal trial of a suspected drug dealer who allegedly stole her $2,000 purse during an alleged deal.

And we miss Dennis Hopper more than we thought we would. Crazy old coot. CelebStoner presents Dennis Hopper's stoniest roles.

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