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Wednesday January 8th, 2020 night edition

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Here it is: I have known for several months that Long Shot was the best romantic comedy of the year and I haven’t said anything about it until right now.

When I saw it in theaters this past spring, it was underperforming.

It made $9,740,064 its opening weekend (which is not good), and I assume you did not see it.

Seth Rogen plays a left-leaning Brooklyn journalist, recently unemployed after an evil rich man bought the outlet for which he formerly wrote.

O’Shea Jackson Jr. is also great in this movie, and June Diane Raphael is also great in this movie.

It is a movie that your friends will watch and then report back to you saying, “Wait — that was really good?”

And, if for no other reason, please watch it to clear my conscious for the New Year. »

Scientists Discover Two New Cannabinoids

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The first, tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THCP), is allegedly 30 times more potent than THC, they claim.

Whether that means it gets you 30 times as stoned—or if it’s even psychoactive at all—is still unknown.

But in mice, it appeared THCP was more active than THC at lower doses. »

If Americans Die in the Escalating Iran Crisis, Remember That Mike Pompeo Called It ‘a Little Noise’

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If, and more likely when, Americans die in an Iranian retaliatory strike, I hope many people remind Pompeo that he called those deaths “a little noise.”.

According to The New York Times, he’s set aside his Kansas Senate plans, to concentrate on his disastrous Iran project.

On Monday a New Republic headline called Pompeo “The Most Dangerous Man In The World Right Now.” »

24 Australians arrested for deliberately setting fires this season

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24 Australians arrested for deliberately setting fires this season The country has been ravaged by wildfires this summer.

Two dozen Australians in the state of New South Wales have been arrested since early November for intentionally setting fires as record-large blazes continue to burn across the country.

There have been 24 people charged with deliberately setting fires among 183 facing legal action in the state, according to the New South Wales Police Force. »

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