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A Pennsylvania woman is accused of using a McDonald's drive-thru window to sell her0in along with Happy Meals.

A Happy Meal costs no more than $2.99, unless you bought it at the McDonald's in East Liberty near Bakery Square and gave the special code word to one woman, Shantia Dennis.

Dennis denies it, but police said she sold Happy Meals for $82, $2 for the toy and $80 for the her0in inside.
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Pulitzer Prize winner Maureen Dowd follows a growing trend among traditional print journalists writing about modern drug culture. In this case, it's legally-recognized marijuana in Colorado. Here's the story in question with some great responses below:





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A sweeping new California law regarding when restaurant workers must wear gloves extends past the kitchen. The LA Times points out that the new rules also apply to bartenders, who now must wear gloves or use utensils when handling any component "that goes directly into your glass." In practical terms, this means that bartenders in California are required to wear gloves or use utensils like tongs or tweezers when touching ice cubes and drink garnishes like herbs, lemon twists, or olives.
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Via: Vice
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Via The Journal:



A ruling in the Court of Appeal on the Misuse of Drugs Act 1977 this morning effectively means that the possession of certain drugs, which had been illegal, is currently legal.

The court ruling found that the 1977 Act was being added to via ministerial order without recourse to the Oireachtas, in violation of article 15 of the Constitution.

Ministerial orders had been used nine times since the Act’s inception to outlaw the possession of drugs like ecstasy, ketamine, magic mushrooms, benzos and other drugs.



 

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Identified only as Mr Huang, the liquor maker was unable to keep up the illegal practice after customers noticed the unusual side-effect of drinking the spirits, which were marketed as 'nutritional healthy liquor', according to China News Agency.

Huang, who founded Nine Springs Ecological Agriculture Development Company in Hubei province, was said to have purchased 1kg of Sildenafil – marketed as Viagra and Revatio – on the internet in January and added it to his alcoholic beverages without mentioning it on the label.
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