By various reports, we are now learning that marijuana grew along the outside walls of Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Was the Al Qaeda mastermind a stoner? He and his buds were said to have "bought a lot of food," and frequently placed bulk orders for Coke and Pepsi with a local grocer— so there's that. And, those glazed and distant eyes. But I doubt it: if ever there were a persona more harsh than mellow, it was this fellow.
And, oh, alright: truth is, it's not unusual to find patches of wild cannabis growing in this region.
Sources: NY Daily News, Telegraph, Village Voice, and CNN's Nic Robertson on AC360 (via Andy Carvin).
Palmer Luckey is the founder of virtual reality tech firm Oculus, which was bought by Facebook for $2 billion. With a portion of his huge pile of Oculus cash, Luckey is funding a pro-Donald Trump “shitposting” tactical team that churns out racist, sexist, hatey anti-Hillary Clinton memes and works to make them go viral.
An image identified as a scanned copy of U.S. first lady Michelle Obama’s passport was published online today by “DC Leaks,” along with personal emails associated with a man identified as a “low-level White House staffer who worked with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.”
Part of an ongoing series by weird chart-maker Scott Bateman; link to today’s edition.
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