The effects of marijuana prohibition are far, far more detrimental to society than the effects of the pot itself, and I'm glad that we have celebrities like Charlize Theron talking about the beneficial qualities weed can have like Theron has been doing.More news: Download Android P Launcher - Brings Focus Back to the Dock!
The star of the new movie "Gringo", opened up to Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday night and revealed that she and her mother Gerda have used the drug to help with their unconventional sleeping patterns.
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During an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', Charlize said: "I'm always wiling to try anything". And the actress shared that they really helped to fix her sleeping pattern. One day when youre an adult, youll get to speak like this. "I have this image of her in the store - like, she's just not this kind of person and buying marijuana ... and she was like, 'And they tried to give me all sorts of lollipops!' She had like, a full experience". "Ive definitely stubbed my toe and said s-t or something like that and my kids are like, Mom!" she said. "I assumed because she was in a tennis outfit she had scored with one young tennis friend".
If it weren't for the possible blowback on them, even less concern would be shown by his two corporate superiors in the United States, played in a deadly duet of smirks, eye-rolls and might-as-well office quickies by Joel Edgerton (in a none-too-novel role) and Charlize Theron.More news: McDormand's alleged Oscars thief denies grand theft of property charge
The self-proclaimed 8-year veteran smoker admitted she took a long break after getting an extreme case of the munchies a while back.
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