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It's 4/20 baby!!! It's Saturday, you're lit, brain perfectly calibrated to toasted, sparking your joy, blowing smoke rings so on point it feels criminal not to share on your Instagram story.

But something stops you from posting. And it probably sounds like the voice of your D.A.R.E. teacher yelling about how posting pictures of pot online can get you arrested and ruin your career.

"Even if you just post one picture, it comes back," said Anjela, who is very much not a D.A.R.E. teacher. Preferring to keep her full name separate from her online weed-sona, she's better known as Koala Puffs, a weedfluencer with over half a million Instagram followers.  Read more...

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The NYPD lead foot killed when he crashed his car on the FDR Drive Saturday had been busted speeding and blowing red lights at least 10 times this year, The Post has learned — including one citation for speeding in a school zone on Halloween issued just days before the wreck, which also left two...
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Trump Tweets at Kim Jong Un: Biden Is “Somewhat Better” Than a “Rabid Dog”
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Cincinnati Zoo 'devastated' by the death of Kimba the giraffe
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Trump attacks another witness in impeachment probe on Twitter
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Trump bashed Fox News' Chris Wallace, saying he'd 'never be his father,' after Steve Scalise's contentious interview
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Bernie Ecclestone: Ferrari Would Sign Max Verstappen Ahead of Lewis Hamilton
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Schumer to Trump: Don't tweet -- testify
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Officials offer reward for information leading to bald eagle's killer
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Stefanos Tsitsipas fights back to overcome Dominic Thiem and secure ATP Finals
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Two Arkansas Chemistry Professors Were Arrested for Allegedly Making Meth
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Buttigieg campaign accused of improperly using names of black leaders in support letter amid struggles to attract African American voters
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‘You can see the confidence’: Southgate hails England after Kosovo victory
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