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opdownrange:

Happy Easter!

opdownrange:

Happy Easter!

girlsrockingstreetwear:

Diamond “Tiffany” Dunks High

girlsrockingstreetwear:

Diamond “Tiffany” Dunks High

toastdurr:

kurloz-in-a-box:

toastdurr:

leo-valdez-is-not-on-fire:

toastdurr:

THEY WERE SELLING AMERICAN CANDY AT SCHOOL TODAY AAAA

they don’t have fruit roll ups in other countries?!?!

NO AND ITS BULLSHIT

YOU GUYS DONT HAVE FUCKING POPTARTS

nO AND IT IS FUCKING BULLSHITTTTTT

toastdurr:

kurloz-in-a-box:

toastdurr:

leo-valdez-is-not-on-fire:

toastdurr:

THEY WERE SELLING AMERICAN CANDY AT SCHOOL TODAY AAAA

they don’t have fruit roll ups in other countries?!?!

NO AND ITS BULLSHIT

YOU GUYS DONT HAVE FUCKING POPTARTS

nO AND IT IS FUCKING BULLSHITTTTTT

He hugged a chicken…. Im dead

Are you kidding me

Are you kidding me

idreamofweed:

yeahhh mayneee <3

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weedporndaily:

Student Sues School Over Suspension for Marijuana Tweet
(HighTimes) A pro-marijuana message posted on Twitter last year led to the suspension of an Ohio high school soccer player, who has since filed a lawsuit against the school district, claiming a violation of his First Amendment rights and denial of due process.
According to reports, Clear Fork High School student Jakob Neumann was suspended at the beginning of his senior year after school officials were made aware of a photo he retweeted portraying someone holding marijuana, with the caption: “Marijuana is my favorite.”
Now, what is important to understand, says his father, Alfred Neumann, is the Twitter post was something his son made after school had concluded for the summer “on our home computer — and he didn’t make any mention of the school or the team,” he said. “There’s a constitutional issue.”
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weedporndaily:

Student Sues School Over Suspension for Marijuana Tweet

(HighTimes) A pro-marijuana message posted on Twitter last year led to the suspension of an Ohio high school soccer player, who has since filed a lawsuit against the school district, claiming a violation of his First Amendment rights and denial of due process.

According to reports, Clear Fork High School student Jakob Neumann was suspended at the beginning of his senior year after school officials were made aware of a photo he retweeted portraying someone holding marijuana, with the caption: “Marijuana is my favorite.”

Now, what is important to understand, says his father, Alfred Neumann, is the Twitter post was something his son made after school had concluded for the summer “on our home computer — and he didn’t make any mention of the school or the team,” he said. “There’s a constitutional issue.”

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