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How To Hook Up On A Plane Without Getting Caught, 'Cause You Know You Want To

How To Hook Up On A Plane Without Getting Caught, 'Cause You Know You Want To

- Elite Daily
Let's be real: Everyone's got a sex bucket list. Maybe it consists of trying crazy acrobatic positions in the bedroom, or attempting to get it on in all sorts of spontaneous and risky locations. (Like a romp between the stacks of your college library, perhaps?) Whatever the case may be, I'm guessing it involves joining the Mile High Club, which means you're probably wondering how to have sex on a plane...
So, like, hey, I'm Genevieve. And I'll be your captain on this instructional, plane...

Judge says he’s leaning toward dismissing Benno case

Judge says he’s leaning toward dismissing Benno case

- Record Searchlight
Medical marijuana activist James Benno and his two sons had a pretty good day Friday in Shasta County Superior Court.
So did their lawyers.
That's because they may be one step closer in seeing their long-running criminal case dismissed after it's slowly gone through the court system for nearly four years.
"Everything is looking good," Benno said after court Friday morning.
Benno, who declined to elaborate, made his comment after Superior Court Judge...

Judge says he’s leaning toward dismissing Benno case

Judge says he’s leaning toward dismissing Benno case

- Record Searchlight
Medical marijuana activist James Benno and his two sons had a pretty good day Friday in Shasta County Superior Court.
So did their lawyers.
That's because they may be one step closer in seeing their long-running criminal case dismissed after it's slowly gone through the court system for nearly four years.
"Everything is looking good," Benno said after court Friday morning.
Benno, who declined to elaborate, made his comment after Superior Court Judge...

Fullerton’s controversial cannabis case closes among saddened Yoloans

Fullerton’s controversial cannabis case closes among saddened Yoloans

- Daily Democrat
Tightly holding the hand of his wife, Maricel, Paul Fullerton waited for his sentencing to begin. Perhaps in impatience, he sighed and crossed his legs; one of his pant legs lifts just enough to reveal a sock depicting a green cannabis leaf, a knitted outcry of opposition.
This past Monday marked the end of a long and controversial case, in which long-time Woodland resident Fullerton has found himself in the cogs of the ever-changing cannabis issue. Surrounded by fellow firefighters,...

California extraction rule helps scores of hash oil cases

California extraction rule helps scores of hash oil cases

- The Leaf Online
The Bureau of Cannabis Control has released Emergency Regulations including a common sense rule change that provides relief for potentially hundreds of hash oil extraction cases with patients facing years in prison for using alcohol to make concentrates. Ethanol and CO2 extraction are officially non-volatile processes.
“These regulations have provided the clarification we sought regarding what is and is not a volatile solvent in the creation of cannabis concentrate,” explained...

Strangers Defend Alleged Sex On Flight: Woman 'Fell Asleep' In Man's Lap

Strangers Defend Alleged Sex On Flight: Woman 'Fell Asleep' In Man's Lap

- International Business Times
Strangers who were reportedly caught engaging in sexual activity Oct. 29 on a Detroit-bound Delta Air Lines flight seemingly tried to hide their activity while a passenger seated beside them was asleep. The man involved claimed in a nine-page police report that the woman had "fallen asleep in his lap" and he simply "grabbed her breasts."
The 48-year-old woman and 28-year-old man received FBI citations after the failed attempt at joining the Mile High Club. The two individuals...

Controversial cannabis case continues to test local laws

Controversial cannabis case continues to test local laws

- Daily Democrat
A controversial marijuana possession case settled into the Yolo County Superior Court again on Tuesday, starting up yet another discussion regarding the legality of cannabis in the county.
Paul Fullerton Jr. and his wife Maricel appeared before the court again for a preliminary hearing. Paul faces felony charges for possessing marijuana for sale, as well as charges and enhancements including firearms and child endangerment based on those firearms.
Paul and his wife, Maricel, are...

Deputies shot suspect multiple times in gunbattle near Rastafarian church, autopsy shows

Deputies shot suspect multiple times in gunbattle near Rastafarian church, autopsy shows

- The Sacramento Bee
An autopsy determined that a man killed during a shootout with Yuba County sheriff’s deputies died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
The autopsy on 33-year-old Mark Anthony Sanchez was completed Thursday morning. Although the manner of death is pending conclusion of the shooting investigation, it was determined that Sanchez was struck multiple times by return gunfire from the two deputies who were shot by Sanchez during the gunbattle in a residence...

Deputy rescues 2 colleagues after shootout near pot farm

Deputy rescues 2 colleagues after shootout near pot farm

- Palm Beach Post
A sheriff's deputy ran into a house in Northern California to pull two wounded colleagues to safety after a shootout with a suspect near a marijuana farm belonging to a Rastafarian church.
The two deputies were expected to survive after their fellow officer, a 22-year veteran, went alone into a house where the gunman had fled, Yuba County Sheriff Steve Durfor said. The wounded deputies were in fair condition at a hospital, the sheriff's department said Wednesday on Twitter.
The...

Contra Costa Supervisors Mull Options for Recreational Marijuana Regulations

Contra Costa Supervisors Mull Options for Recreational Marijuana Regulations

- Claycord News & Talk
The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors mulled their options for implementing the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, more commonly known as Prop 64, during their meeting in Martinez on Tuesday.
Proposition 64 allows local jurisdictions like the county to write their own regulations for businesses in the recreational marijuana industry, according to county staff. Failing to do so before January 1, however, will cede that option to the state.
Under those circumstances, inspections and...