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Who likes the taste of wet nuts in their mouth?

11 herbs and ...... Virginia - Medical marijuana dispensary to open in old KFC

Green Leaf Medical opening drive-thru dispensary in Short Pump

https://www.nbc12.com/2021/04/02/green-leaf-medical-opening-drive-thru-dispensary-short-pump/

Green Leaf Medical will be opening a drive-thru dispensary at a former KFC location in Short Pump.
The location will be up and running in four months.
Green Leaf Medical says once the Board of Pharmacy approves, two drive-thru windows will be opened as well as home delivery.
They are currently searching for four additional retail locations.

About names - Don't be mean okay? 😆😳🤡

Mitch told Pres. Biden his package is "too big" 😆

https://twitter.com/acyn/status/1377382849779654656?s=21

👍😁 wonderful Tweet this morning 🥸😝

https://twitter.com/scampi13/status/1377587384188080132?s=21

Well, four one thing....

It’s April Fools Day!!!!!


Good night and watch the LANGUAGE 😆🤡😁














Gaetz finds support

https://twitter.com/bettybowers/status/1377288625977692165?s=21

Top Trump adviser warned then-president on virus supply shortage, then pursued controversial deals

Source: Washington Post

A top adviser privately urged former president Trump to acquire critical medical supplies in the early days of the coronavirus outbreak — and after the warning was ignored, pursued his own ad hoc strategy that committed more than $1 billion in federal funds and has since prompted multiple probes, according to newly released documents from congressional investigators.

Peter Navarro, who served as Trump’s trade adviser, warned the president on March 1, 2020, to “MOVE IN ‘TRUMP TIME’” to invest in ingredients for drugs, handheld coronavirus tests and other supplies to fight the virus, according to a memo obtained by the House’s select subcommittee on the coronavirus outbreak. Navarro also said that he’d been trying to acquire more protective gear like masks, critiquing the administration’s pace.

“There is NO downside risk to taking swift actions as an insurance policy against what may be a very serious public health emergency. If the covid-19 crisis quickly recedes, the only thing we will have been guilty of is prudence,” Navarro wrote to the president. At the time, there were about 100 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the United States and just two deaths linked to the outbreak.

But after Trump ignored Navarro’s recommendations, the trade adviser embarked on his own strategy to acquire supplies with little oversight, Democrats said. Navarro subsequently steered a $765 million loan to Eastman Kodak to produce ingredients for generic drugs, a $354 million contract for pharmaceutical ingredients to a start-up called Phlow and a $96 million sole-source contract for powered respirators and filters from AirBoss Defense Group.

Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/03/31/navarro-pandemic-supply-contracts-trump/



https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-apps/imrs.php?src=&w=916

Co-worker told me they aren't getting the vaccine

We have a vaccine event this week. As idle chatter I asked a co-worker if they’d already got one. No. Are you getting one here? No.

I didn’t ask why. He’s a person of faith as he puts it.
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