Not even the rain could keep away young people looking to get fresh air and have a good time in the midst of a pandemic.
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“Don’t Let It Smoke You: How to Create a Nontoxic Relationship with Cannabis”: Author Tarris Batiste reviews his “why’s”
Tarris Batiste does a good job of making his book, “Don’t Let It Smoke You: How to Create a Nontoxic Relationship with Cannabis,” a breeze to read.
At the beginning, the author sets us up with a couple of descriptive life scenarios he had to overcome during 7th grade. That helps us visually see him as a person and all that he will start to encounter throughout the book.
He divulges his desires to fit in and his insecurities about joining a certain, older friend group he wanted to be a part of.
This was how he was first introduced to cannabis.
On Friday, Apr 23rd at 2 p.m, I entered the Georgia International Convention Center feeling hopeful.
Biden and Trump may have walked different paths, controversial in their own ways, but both pointed to Washington in the end. While the choices you’ve been presented may feel disheartening, it is important to remain hopeful for and committed to the future of your country. Don’t let uncertainty about your stance on the next president overshadow the importance of voting on all levels.