The Villages, a hilariously-large retirement community in Florida, is the fastest-growing “city” in the country—with more than 117,000 people, 48 golf courses, geriatric sex (with a resulting high rate of STDs), and absolutely no children (they’re only permitted to visit for up to 30 days a year). Residents primarily …
At first glance, the May 22, 1997 issue of The Big Bend Sentinel, a local newspaper in West Texas, appears unremarkable. “Good Luck, MHS Class of ‘97,” a banner reads on the front page, just above the nameplate. Five class photos of graduating seniors from Marfa High School are followed by stories announcing…
“Hey! Can’t you see I’m fappin’ here?” A New Jersey man was arrested Thursday evening after parking his Dodge minivan in the middle of the Lincoln Tunnel to masturbate, reports New York. His PCP-fueled van fapstravaganza held up rush hour traffic in what is one of the nation’s busiest tunnels.
Finally some fun news out of BMW: two workers reportedly caused vehicle production to temporarily shut down after passing out from being both too stoned and too drunk at work.
If you’ve got millions of dollars stashed away in cardboard boxes loaded into the trunk of your, um, Volkswagen Passat, you probably shouldn’t be speeding.
Have you ever tried to get something that you shouldn’t through US Customs? Frankly, I don’t know how people summon the nerve. Whether it’s illegal drugs, exotic animal meat, or counterfeit purses, people will try to smuggle just about anything. And everyone seems to have their own favorite hiding places. But if any…
There’s a Tesla-branded pill reportedly getting around the club scene spreading from the UK to Germany containing 240mg of MDMA, and that’s a potentially deadly strength.
You literally couldn’t have it any worse.
A Washington woman suspected of drug use crashed her SUV into the drive thru of a Starbucks—a chain of cafes notable for selling caffeine products, often annoyingly referred to as the most popular drug in the world.
So it seems that today’s date has some significance in the drug-enjoyist community. Based on my internet research, it seems that “4/20" is hepcat slang for a moist, potent drug-ball of some sort. Probably peyote and wacky-cheese or something. Anyway, we know you have good drug/car stories, so now’s the time to tell…
Auto shows are a crazy place to be. They move at an unpredictable pace and sometimes you need a little liquid courage or chemical stimulation.
A 31-year-old man allegedly hijacked a Toronto Transit Commission bus with a knife in order to get to Tim Hortons. In perhaps the most Canadian story ever, Global News reports that the man believed he had overdosed on drugs and stopped to call 911 on himself.
If you’re going to commit heinous crimes, you might as well do them right with the proper tools. Like one of these ten brilliant drug friendly cars (or the one bike).
Randy Lanier got his start in grassroots sports car racing and then financed a motorsports career by moving hundreds of thousands of pounds of marijuana. It’s kind of fitting that after nearly three decades in prison, convicted as one of the country’s biggest weed kingpins, that he made his return to racing there too.
A medium-sized commercial weed grow with around 50 lights stands to save about $13,500 in electricity costs a year with the use of two Tesla Batteries. Those will also protect the plants in case of power outages while making the operation less visible to law enforcement. Elon Musk just made growing weed easier.
Franck Montagny, Andretti Autosport's Formula E driver, had a drug test after the Malaysian round of the series. He tested positive for cocaine, and was suspended by the FIA. And, amazingly, he's admitting that he did it.
Former NASCAR and World of Outlaws driver Tyler Walker led cops on a high-speed chase two years ago outside Las Vegas. Walker received a cornucopia of drug and alcohol related charges on top of a failure to stop for the chase, all of which he has yet to appear in court for.
Airport baggage handlers have access to go pretty much anywhere within the airport, including on board and around planes. All it takes is a background check and a security badge. They're trusted to provide a level of security as well, looking for anything out of place. But sometimes that trust is abused, as with the…