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'Home Dogs' T-shirts benefiting Philly schools

Added: 17.01.2018 23:09 | 0 views | 0 comments

In addition to buying German shepherd dog masks to wear to Sunday's NFC Championship Game, Eagles fans are now buying "Home Dogs Gonna Eat" T-shirts that Lane Johnson is selling to benefit the Philadelphia schools.

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JAY-Z moves to trademark Jaybo character from Story of O.J. video - report

Added: 15.01.2018 11:30 | 0 views | 0 comments

JAY-Z is reportedly looking to create products including T-shirts, sweaters and hats with the Jaybo character.

From: www.music-news.com

Woman's 'meaningful' t-shirt says something extremely rude down the side

Added: 11.01.2018 11:50 | 3 views | 0 comments

The t-shirt is a less than subtle joke

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From: www.mirror.co.uk

Can rising Polish pride coexist with Poles' enthusiasm for the EU? So far, yes.

Added: 08.01.2018 19:11 | 2 views | 0 comments


The store Surge Polonia, whose Latin name means “Rise Up Poland,” was established in 2011 online, selling clothes with patriotic slogans such as “Feel Pride” emblazoned onto T-shirts and sweatshirts. “I started to wear these clothes a few years ago to show that patriotism has its value, that we can be proud of Poland,” says Jakub Strzelczyk, while shopping in the Surge Polonia Warsaw branch inside a shopping mall that also houses such standards as Zara, Mango, and H&M. Poland is one of the biggest challenges the EU faces at the start of 2018.

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Anajet Ri 100 puts a T-shirt printer on your desktop

Added: 08.01.2018 4:01 | 1 views | 0 comments

At CES 2018, Ricoh's Anajet direct-to-garment printing arm showed off its new sub-$4,500 model for your small business, nonprofit or personal fabric-printing pleasure.

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6 Celebrity Fashion Trends We're Excited to See in 2018

Added: 03.01.2018 20:39 | 2 views | 0 comments

Mark our words: Celebrity fashion of 2018 will inspire your wardrobe. While we appreciated the trends of 2017, like white boots, T-shirts under slip dresses and plunging necklines,...

From: uk.eonline.com

Customers queue as California allows sales of recreational marijuana

Added: 03.01.2018 19:03 | 2 views | 0 comments


It wasn't exactly reefer madness on Monday as California launched the first legal retail sales of marijuana, but those who could find the drug celebrated the historic day, lining up early for ribbon cuttings, freebies and offerings ranging from joints to gummy bears to weed with names like Red Dragon.  Jeff Deakin, 66, his wife Mary and their dog waited in the cold all night to be first in a line of 100 people when Harborside dispensary, a longtime medical pot shop in Oakland, opened at 6 am and offered early customers joints for a penny and free T-shirts that read "Flower to the People — Cannabis for All."  "It's been so long since others and myself could walk into a place where you could feel safe and secure and be able to get something that was good without having to go to the back alley," Mr Deakin said. "This is kind of a big deal for everybody."  Harborside founder Steve DeAngelo used a giant pair of scissors to cut a green ribbon, declaring, "With these scissors I dub thee free," before ringing up the first customer at a cash register.  People waiting in line for the opening of Haborside marijuana dispensary in Oakland, California Credit: Reuters Sales were brisk in the shops lucky to score one of the roughly 100 state licences issued so far, but customers in some of the state's largest cities were out of luck. Los Angeles and San Francisco hadn't authorised shops in time to get state licences and other cities, such as Riverside and Fresno, blocked sales altogether.  Licensed shops are concentrated in San Diego, Santa Cruz, the San Francisco Bay Area and the Palm Springs area.  California voters in 2016 made it legal for adults 21 and older to grow, possess and use limited quantities of marijuana, but it wasn't legal to sell it for recreational purposes until Monday.  The nation's most populous state now joins a growing list of states, and the nation's capital, where so-called recreational marijuana is permitted even though the federal government continues to classify pot as a controlled substance, like heroin and LSD.  US state rules on use of cannabis The signs that California was tripping toward legal pot sales were evident well before the stroke of midnight.California highways flashed signs before New Year's Eve that said "Drive high, Get a DUI," reflecting law enforcement concerns about stoned drivers. Weedmaps, the phone app that allows customers to rate shops, delivery services and shows their locations, ran a full-page ad on Sunday in the Los Angeles Times that said, "Smile California. It's Legal."  The state banned what it called "loco-weed" in 1913, though it has been easing criminal penalties for use of the drug since the 1970s and was the first state to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes in 1996.  Travis Lund, 34, said he'd been looking forward while working the graveyard shift to buy weed legally for the first time since he began smoking pot as a teen.  "I'm just stoked that it's finally legal," he said after purchasing an eighth of an ounce of "Mount Zion" and another type of loose leaf marijuana at Northstar Holistic Collective in Sacramento, where the fragrance of pot was strong. "I'm going to go home and get high — and enjoy it."  Different varieties of marijuana on sale on Monday Credit: AP Mr Lund previously purchased marijuana on the black market through friends and said that may continue, given the high costs of the legal weed, which is heavily taxed. But he said he would indulge in retail pot occasionally because of controls being phased in to ensure a higher-quality product.  Shops will be able to sell marijuana harvested without full regulatory controls for six months but will eventually only be able to sell pot tested for potency, pesticides and other contaminants, and products that have been tracked from seed to sale.  The Bureau of Cannabis Control was not aware of any problems or complaints about the first day of sales, but it didn't have inspectors in the field, spokesman Alex Traverso said.  Employees at the bureau on the holiday continued to process 1,400 pending licence applications for retail sales, distribution and testing facilities.  Mr Traverso said they expect a flood of applications from LA and San Francisco after those are approved locally. Because Los Angeles is the biggest market in the state, some of those shops will be approved more quickly than others waiting in line, he said.  The status of the Los Angeles shops highlights broad confusion over the new law.  Los Angeles officials announced late last month that the city will not begin accepting licence applications until 3 January, and it might take weeks before any licences are issued. That led to widespread concern that long-established businesses would have to shut down during the interim.  Lisa Masa shops at the Harborside marijuana dispensary Credit: AP Attorneys advising a group of city dispensaries have concluded those businesses can legally sell medicinal marijuana as "collectives," until they obtain local and state licences under the new system, said Jerred Kiloh of the United Cannabis Business Association, an industry group.  It wasn't immediately clear how many of those shops, if any, were open.  "My patients are scared, my employees are scared," said Mr Kiloh, who owns a dispensary in the city's San Fernando Valley area.  In Orange County, shops in Santa Ana received the green light over the weekend to open and a steady flow showed up at ShowGrow.  Ellen St Peter, 61, shopped with her son, Bryce St Peter, 23, both medical marijuana users.  She said she smoked pot for years — at times taking great risks to get it — but stopped once she started having kids.  "In high school my guy friends would fantasise about shops we could go into and just buy weed," she said. "I couldn't have dreamed of this place." 

Nic's Planet / Mur Mur Lab

Added: 03.01.2018 19:00 | 2 views | 0 comments


A Gentle Planet - NIC is a cool rapper with T-shirt and tattoo. However, there is a tender idealist inside. It will be difficult to be understood by the public at beginning. Nic say goodbye to the past with his new boutique shop. This is his own planet.

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Get a pencil: California marijuana-tracking system not used

Added: 03.01.2018 7:04 | 1 views | 0 comments

From a pot shop in Santa Cruz that hung a banner proclaiming "Prohibition is Over!" to one in San Diego handing out T-shirts showing the first moon landing and declaring a "giant leap for mankind," the Golden State turned a shade greener with its first sales of recreational marijuana.

From: feeds.foxbusiness.com

Customers queue as California allows sales of recreational marijuana

Added: 03.01.2018 2:53 | 2 views | 0 comments


It wasn't exactly reefer madness on Monday as California launched the first legal retail sales of marijuana, but those who could find the drug celebrated the historic day, lining up early for ribbon cuttings, freebies and offerings ranging from joints to gummy bears to weed with names like Red Dragon.  Jeff Deakin, 66, his wife Mary and their dog waited in the cold all night to be first in a line of 100 people when Harborside dispensary, a longtime medical pot shop in Oakland, opened at 6 am and offered early customers joints for a penny and free T-shirts that read "Flower to the People — Cannabis for All."  "It's been so long since others and myself could walk into a place where you could feel safe and secure and be able to get something that was good without having to go to the back alley," Mr Deakin said. "This is kind of a big deal for everybody."  Harborside founder Steve DeAngelo used a giant pair of scissors to cut a green ribbon, declaring, "With these scissors I dub thee free," before ringing up the first customer at a cash register.  People waiting in line for the opening of Haborside marijuana dispensary in Oakland, California Credit: Reuters Sales were brisk in the shops lucky to score one of the roughly 100 state licences issued so far, but customers in some of the state's largest cities were out of luck. Los Angeles and San Francisco hadn't authorised shops in time to get state licences and other cities, such as Riverside and Fresno, blocked sales altogether.  Licensed shops are concentrated in San Diego, Santa Cruz, the San Francisco Bay Area and the Palm Springs area.  California voters in 2016 made it legal for adults 21 and older to grow, possess and use limited quantities of marijuana, but it wasn't legal to sell it for recreational purposes until Monday.  The nation's most populous state now joins a growing list of states, and the nation's capital, where so-called recreational marijuana is permitted even though the federal government continues to classify pot as a controlled substance, like heroin and LSD.  US state rules on use of cannabis The signs that California was tripping toward legal pot sales were evident well before the stroke of midnight.California highways flashed signs before New Year's Eve that said "Drive high, Get a DUI," reflecting law enforcement concerns about stoned drivers. Weedmaps, the phone app that allows customers to rate shops, delivery services and shows their locations, ran a full-page ad on Sunday in the Los Angeles Times that said, "Smile California. It's Legal."  The state banned what it called "loco-weed" in 1913, though it has been easing criminal penalties for use of the drug since the 1970s and was the first state to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes in 1996.  Travis Lund, 34, said he'd been looking forward while working the graveyard shift to buy weed legally for the first time since he began smoking pot as a teen.  "I'm just stoked that it's finally legal," he said after purchasing an eighth of an ounce of "Mount Zion" and another type of loose leaf marijuana at Northstar Holistic Collective in Sacramento, where the fragrance of pot was strong. "I'm going to go home and get high — and enjoy it."  Different varieties of marijuana on sale on Monday Credit: AP Mr Lund previously purchased marijuana on the black market through friends and said that may continue, given the high costs of the legal weed, which is heavily taxed. But he said he would indulge in retail pot occasionally because of controls being phased in to ensure a higher-quality product.  Shops will be able to sell marijuana harvested without full regulatory controls for six months but will eventually only be able to sell pot tested for potency, pesticides and other contaminants, and products that have been tracked from seed to sale.  The Bureau of Cannabis Control was not aware of any problems or complaints about the first day of sales, but it didn't have inspectors in the field, spokesman Alex Traverso said.  Employees at the bureau on the holiday continued to process 1,400 pending licence applications for retail sales, distribution and testing facilities.  Mr Traverso said they expect a flood of applications from LA and San Francisco after those are approved locally. Because Los Angeles is the biggest market in the state, some of those shops will be approved more quickly than others waiting in line, he said.  The status of the Los Angeles shops highlights broad confusion over the new law.  Los Angeles officials announced late last month that the city will not begin accepting licence applications until 3 January, and it might take weeks before any licences are issued. That led to widespread concern that long-established businesses would have to shut down during the interim.  Lisa Masa shops at the Harborside marijuana dispensary Credit: AP Attorneys advising a group of city dispensaries have concluded those businesses can legally sell medicinal marijuana as "collectives," until they obtain local and state licences under the new system, said Jerred Kiloh of the United Cannabis Business Association, an industry group.  It wasn't immediately clear how many of those shops, if any, were open.  "My patients are scared, my employees are scared," said Mr Kiloh, who owns a dispensary in the city's San Fernando Valley area.  In Orange County, shops in Santa Ana received the green light over the weekend to open and a steady flow showed up at ShowGrow.  Ellen St Peter, 61, shopped with her son, Bryce St Peter, 23, both medical marijuana users.  She said she smoked pot for years — at times taking great risks to get it — but stopped once she started having kids.  "In high school my guy friends would fantasise about shops we could go into and just buy weed," she said. "I couldn't have dreamed of this place." 

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