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HEY EVERYONE! That Totally Rad Global Hangover Cure Is Finally Coming To The U.S.A.!!!

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global hangover cure is finally coming to the usa

One thing that basically everyone around the world can agree on is that hangovers totally and irrevocably SUCK!!!

But one thing that the world has had… except for the United States… is a supposed hangover cure called Berocca.

The health item is an orange disc which turns a glass of water into a glass of a shizz ton of vitamins!!! Including B vitamins, vitamin C, zinc, and even a little caffeine!

The disc is REALLY popular in countries such as Australia, South Africa, England, Korea, France, and many more, and now Bayer is bringing the product to the fifty states! But why is this happening?

Well, here's what a rep from the German pharmaceutical company said:

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Jimmy Carter Wanted Marijuana Decriminalized When He Was In Office!

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Former President Jimmy Carter loves weed!!

Well, maybe he doesn't love it, but he's totally cool with it being decriminalized.

He actually wanted it decriminalized back when he was in office!!

Carter agrees with states like Colorado and Washington on the fact that it's a waste of taxes and resources to put marijuana smokers in prison.

Was Jimmy Carter secretly a dope smoking hippie?

Check out the video (above) to hear Jimmy Carter's take on marijuana laws.

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U.S. Federal Government Says Marijuana Has No Accepted Medical Use

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Sorry, stoners!

The federal government has ruled marijuana has no accepted medical use and should remain in the same class of drugs as heroin.

Friday's decision comes 9 years after marijuana advocacy groups petitioned the government to reclassify the drug due to the growing research for its ability to treat certain medical ailments. Unfortunately for those groups, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration doesn't exactly agree with the medical benefit marijuana has to offer.

DEA Administrator Michele M. Leonhart wrote in a letter to organizations petitioning legalization:

"At this time, the known risks of marijuana use have not been shown to be outweighed by specific benefits in well-controlled clinical trials that scientifically evaluate safety and efficacy."

Although not pleased with the ruling, pro-pot groups can at least now plea their cases by appealing to the federal courts. Joe Elford, lead attorney for Americans for Safe Access, said:

"We have foiled the government's strategy of delay, and we can now go head-to-head on the merits."

States still maintain the ability to form their own decision on the use of the drug, so don't go throwing out your medical marijuana prescription yet!

In fact, California can expect another vote on general legalization of the substance during the 2012 elections with Proposition 19.

[Image via AP Images.]

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