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EPISODE #152

AIRED: 04-26-2019

Cajun Cannabis was raided overnight by law enforcement agencies, according to owner Travis DeYoung. Deputies with the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office were on scene overnight going in and out of the store. Wednesday night, the Sheriff’s Office stopped DeYoung in connection to an ongoing narcotics investigation. DeYoung says he was leaving Festival International when he was stopped around 11:00. Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Narcotics Agents conducted a search of his vehicle and located the following: 17 Bottles of CBD Oil, 14 Bottles of CBD Gummies, 69 Glass jars of CBD Shatter, 1 Box of CBD mints and one handgun. DeYoung said after the initial stop, deputies drove him to Cajun Cannabis where they executed a search warrant on his store. The store, which opened on April 20, sells several CBD products including CBD oils, lotions, bath products, coffee, soda, and hemp clothing. The Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control has said that the sale of any CBD products is illegal regardless of THC content….despite HUNDREDS of retailers in La SELLING it statewide! Link to the GoFundMe for his legal; battle is below.
–NASA and FEMA both plan to participate in a ‘tabletop exercise’ with international partners that will help the agencies form a plan for responding to a real-life emergency asteroid impact threat. The faux emergency will take place at the 2019 Planetary Defense Conference next week, where NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO) will join FEMA, the ESA, and others…#FearPorn…but look at the history of “exercises” during “planned events”…so….hmmm…
–Nasa has released new pictures of a stunning aurora and issued an ominous warning to everyone living here on Earth…because Fear porn sells!! Look at the green spiral thingie in the picture above…NO, not the Rayquaza, the CGI image…now laugh!!
–Until recently, quasars were thought to have essentially fixed positions in the sky. Not so much, turns out. #SettledScientism
–Josh realizes we are being fed AI-generated space stories!!! AAAARRRGGG!
–Pikachu, a well-loved housecat who died in January from complications following a battle with diabetes, is going to blast off. Owner Steve Munt plans to send some of Pikachu’s ashes into space, according to Space.com — a strange tribute that will make Pikachu the first cremated cat to enter orbit.

website: www.gofundme.com/cajun-cannabis-hemp-outlet-leg

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