Washington state currently has a marijuana specific Driving Under the Influence of Drugs law enforced in their jurisdiction, and because it's legal to have 5ng/ml of ganja in your system there… the Thurston County Sheriff's Office put together an experiment to see just how much weed someone can smoke before they really can't drive.
In the video (above), three "light to heavy" stoners put their driving skills to the test after smoking a gram of blueberry trainwreck, and even though they were excited as heck to be able to smoke for free in front of a cop and still go behind the wheel, they proved that being high while driving is NOT safe.
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Looks like Christmas is coming early this year for SOMEONE!
Christina Aguilera's boytoy, Matthew Rutler, was spotted out and about this morning test-driving various luxury vehicles - an Audi Q7, a Mercedes ML550, a Cadillac Escalade, and a Range Rover - in the couple's neighborhood!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
Perhaps he's holiday shopping for his lady!
But does a Production Assistant make that kind of money? Or is Xtina footing the bill for her own gift?
Now, the professional hunter who accompanied the dentist on the July 1 hunt is speaking out, and he says that "the hunt went wrong from the beginning!"
On Wednesday, Theo Bronkhorst gave a detailed account of the hunt to officials. The Bulawayo native is forbidden from continuing his hunting business which he's run since 1992, and is devastated by the outrage directed at him for Cecil's death.
Though, Bronkhorst's account of the hunt makes it sound like there was a lot of confusion surrounding Dr. Palmer's trip. He explained:
"When Dr Palmer arrived in Bulawayo, his luggage was missing and I was dashing around looking for it. So we were late getting ready to go. And we were never meant to hunt on the land where this lion was shot. At the last minute I had to divert from a concession [hunting area] about eight miles away."
Bronkhorst explained that, on the night of July 1, he was accompanied by