Michael Shively is living the dream. A corporate strategy manager for Microsoft from 2003 to 2009 (and great-grandson of Diego Pellicer, the number one pot producer of the 19th century), Shively recently announce that he's currently developing a premium cannabis retail business in Washington state.
"By creating the category of premium marijuana, we want to position it similar to a fine cognac, a fine brandy, a fine cigar," Shively told KIRO TV. "Something to be savored and enjoyed in small quantities by responsible adults."
Everybody's favorite cadre of undead assassins has a quality blamestorming session. [Neatorama]
Hope you didn't plan on sleeping tonight. [Open Culture]
The famous Hollywood signage has stood on Mount Lee since 1923. In honor of theiir 90th year in the Hollywqood Hills, the 45-foot tall letters got a fresh coat of paint. Luckily, work crews didn't find any dismembered bodies this time around. [Like Cool]
CNN just posted an incredibly compelling video post regarding the use of cannabinoid-based medications for treating severe Autism and Epilepsy in minors. Check it out here, on CNN. [Image: Juan Camilo Bernal / SHutterstock]