20 April, 2018
20 April, 2018
19 April, 2018
In the past few years, the popularity, and the possibly-legal status of CBD, a cannabinoid found in cannabis, has caused a boom in the availability of CBD products. Even in states where cannabis is still illegal, like Ohio, head shops have racks and racks of CBD products behind the counter, mirroring the marketing and packaging of legal marijuana products in states where recreational or medical use of it is permitted.
CBD is useful for some people, so it’s not that it’s a hoax, but the problem is that the product’s claims, quantity, and quality is not assessed or regulated, so you don’t know how much CBD you’re getting when you drop an eight-dollar “CBD Bath Bomb” into your tub. There have also been multiple cases of manufacturers selling synthetic cannabinoids like those found in “K2″ or “Spice” as CBD, causing users to experience an array of side effects, most of which are unpleasant. Like cannabis itself, until CBD is fully legalized and regulated, it’s going to be a grey-market profit opportunity for unscrupulous businesses to scam consumers.
18 April, 2018
There’s money to be made off bank tellers who want to give their mothers presents saying they’re badass bank tellers.
17 April, 2018
16 April, 2018
My apologies if you or someone you know is named Roxson, but I just found out, because of this item, that someone named their daughter Roxson.
15 April, 2018
I’m not sure how lotion that smells bad is a “prank,” but here it is, flaming ass and all.
14 April, 2018
The official photo of Ring ZERO, a “smart ring,” doesn’t show how insanely bulky and bizarre it looks when you wear it. Check out the picture on a customer review which shows how ludicrous it would be to wear Ring ZERO for more than a few minutes at a time. This is supposing, of course, that given the touchpads, connectivity, and voice-input of consumer technology in 2018, that you’d need to wear a special ring and wave your hand around in the air to turn your lights on and off.