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Moments before the shooting, T.J. Williams was sitting in a car with two other men listening to music in the live Facebook video. When the gunfire erupts, Williams drops the phone as pieces of glass fly through the car. The shots continue for 20 seconds. Neighbours say they heard as many as two dozen rounds. One man is still listed this morning in critical condition in a hospital and the conditions of two others has improved.
Vice met American marijuana consultant Russ Hudson, who uses Spain’s loose marijuana restrictions to explore and review different types of weed. For more visit VICE.com now.
“I’m gonna go out there and f**k that dude up. Just let me put on my socks and sandals first.” Kid was knocked out cold when his head hit the pavement. Look at the blood stain where his head was laying. Dude on top was just pounding on an unconscious mellon. Probably a cranial fracture to add to his busted face. Once this footage gets around, I’m pretty sure it’s time for a new profession.
Push For Pizza was built by five college-aged dudes with a simple dream: a world where you can push a button and get a pizza. But unlike most college-aged dudes, they had what it took to make their dream a reality. They built Push For Pizza and forever changed the way people ordered pizza. No more phone calls with pizzeria employees. No more swimming through a sea of options on Seamless or Grubhub. And definitely no more Domino’s just because it’s… there?
Vice has once again partnered with American restaurateur, chef, food personality, writer and attorney, Eddie Huang, for the latest Viceland TV show, Huang’s World. The series allows you to follow along as Eddie ventures across the globe, drinking burgundy in Burgundy, eating anciently in Istanbul and much more. For a glimpse of what to expect from Eddie and his hilarious antics, check out the coinciding trailer for Huang’s World above. The show is scheduled to premiere on Thursday, April 28, on Viceland.
As marijuana’s status has changed legally and in the opinions of many people across America, there’s no doubt that dogs are getting stoned too. It’s happening both when owners purposefully give it to their dogs and when they accidentally ingest it. If your pet has gotten into some marijuana or marijuana-laced products, don’t wait for symptoms to start; get them to a veterinarian.
Rolling With Rogen is a new ‘Merry Jane‘ series, produced by Seth’s own Point Grey Pictures, which gives viewers a chance to learn how to roll something and smoke something directly from someone who clearly knows what he’s talking about. Aside from his involvement with cannabis, Seth is immensely involved and dedicated to his Alzheimer’s charity, Hilarity for Charity. In this episode, watch and learn from the pro himself, and see how Rogen rolls his joints.
A more than hour-long high speed chase through five Texas counties finally came to a close when police blew out two of the suspect vehicle’s tires with spike strips and fired at another. “Yeah, I have weed,” suspect Jonathan Davis told reporters as he sat in the back of a squad car after the chase that exceeded 100 miles per hour at times. But as insane as the chase was, it was nothing compared to the interview afterwards — it brought “bizarre” up to a whole new level. Neither the reporters, nor the suspect seemed to get enough of the exchange.
“This kid has been hanging around us for the longest time and he has never smoked weed in his entire life. He has smoked a cigarette or two, and coughed like a little bitch, but he has smoked hookah as well. He learned to GHOST (smoke trick) by watching us do it for the longest time, and he was always mesmerized by it, so finally he decided to do it to his first HASH JOINT EVER!”
And to think, a drug so dangerous that it gives people a sudden desire to uphold the law is still illegal in some places. Damn that must have been some good sh*t. Sward was given a five-year sentence to prison. District Judge Greg Moeller suspended the judgment and placed Sward on probation for five years and ordered him to serve 30 days in jail. Ayala-Doliente was sentenced to 1 1/2 to eight years in prison. Moeller increased the sentence after Ayala-Doliente tested positive for marijuana, cocaine and oxycodone on his sentencing day.