Magic Mushrooms Will Be On The Ballot In Denver This May

On Feb. 1, the Denver Elections Division formally announced that Decriminalize Denver, a group dedicated to crafting a state-level framework for psilocybin cubensis, gathered enough signatures to get their initiative on the ballot for the May 7 municipal election. Although the campaign is just about to launch, the city is currently forging the path of the psychedelic movement.

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A man from the small town of Gould, just North of the Rocky Mountain National Park, claims he was held captive and repeatedly raped by a male grizzly bear.

According to 47-year Boris Madison, he was hiking alone in the woods near his residence when he was savagely attacked by a 900-lb brown bear.

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Guns N’ Roses Omits ‘One in a Million’ From Box Set

With three discs of outtakes and other recordings from the era, Guns N’ Roses’ recently announced box sets for their groundbreaking 1987 debut Appetite for Destruction provide an expansive look at the band’s early years. But one track is conspicuous by its absence: the controversial “One in a Million,” which closed out their 1988 EP G N’ R Lies.

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6-year-old girl goes digging in the dirt at her sister’s soccer game — and finds a 65 million-year-old fossil

(CNN)Naomi was bored. A 6-year-old can stay riveted by her older sister’s soccer game for only so long.
So she went over to some sagebrush by the soccer field, poked around in the dirt, and picked up a small rock. Something about its swirls reminded her of the mystical necklace from Disney’s “Moana.”
That was last October.

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Million Pounds Of Rat Meat Being Sold As Boneless Chicken Wings In U.S.

We have learned that United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now very concerned that an estimated one million pounds of rat meat.
Which is being passed off as “boneless chicken wings,” has been sold in restaurants and grocery stores across America.
According to reports, FDA inspectors raised concerns after several illegal shipping containers originating from China were seized by customs at the Port of San Francisco.
It was found to contain rat meat that was meant to be shipped to different meat processing plants across America and resold as chicken.

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