Girl Scout cookies

An enterprising Girl Scout who set up shop outside a marijuana dispensary in San Francisco sold 117 boxes of cookies in 2 hours.

The reason for the whopping cookie sales is simple: the THC in marijuana boosts Dopamine in the brain. The increase in Dopamine gives weed smokers the munchies for cookies and other sweets.

Some might see gorging on cookies as a harmless side effect of weed smoking. But a recent study shows that traffic accidents have increased 300% in cities where marijuana is legal.

It is a known fact that marijuana leads to decreased attention span and increased anxiety, psychosis, and depression in users.

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Delicia Cordon

Delicia Cordon, aka @MsDeCordon, is among a class of young female entrepreneurs who are striking it rich on social media. Instagram.com has become a sort of haven for former gold diggers and groupies who desire to make a name for themselves and to become financially independent of their former sponsors.

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Tiny Harris Tequila contest

T.I. Harris' wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris plans to launch a new line of tequila. Tiny announced her new venture on her Twitter page today. The 38-year-old mother of three challenged her followers to name the alcoholic beverage by visiting her website Tinystequila.com.

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Monique Williams

Whyte Chocolate, real name Monique Williams, is among a growing breed of bright, young female bosses who are striking it rich on social media.

Whyte Chocolate's reputation as Atlanta's top exotic dancer is legendary. Her name alone invokes awe and admiration for her exotic dancing skills. Whyte Chocolate is best known for her star turn in Nelly's controversial music video "Tip Drill" as a human ATM machine. Whyte Chocolate was hands down your auntie's favorite exotic artist. But her dancing career ended abruptly when Whyte Chocolate taken out of the club and wifed up by NFL star Demorrio Williams, 33.

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Ms Bling Miami Pascale's House of Bling

Ms Bling Miami Pascale's House of Bling

Haitan-born Pascale, also known as Ms Bling Miami or the "Queen of Bling", is among a class of female entrepreneurs who are striking it rich on social media. Sandrarose.com will feature a new Social Media Boss daily. Maybe their stories will inspire others to abandon the rat race and seek fortune and fame online.

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LatoiaMichelle aka Toi Tyme

LatoiaMichelle, aka Toityme on Instagram, is an Atlanta socialite, fashion designer and owner of DillongerClothing.com.

Toi is among a growing class of bright, young female entrepreneurs who are striking it rich on social media.

Like other social media bosses, Toi used her considerable beauty to charm her way from the streets to the penthouse. But she knows it will take more than just her good looks to keep her there.

Sandrarose.com will feature a new Social Media Boss daily. Maybe their stories will inspire others to abandon the rat race and seek fortune and fame online.

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Savannah James The Juice Spot

Savannah James, wife of Miami Heat star LeBron James, is hiring full and part-time employees for her new juice bar, The Juice Spot, located in the fancy Brickell area of Miami.

Savannah seeks professionals with experience dealing with the public. And, as an added incentive, Savannah is gifting select new hires with brand new Apple laptops!

Savannah James The Juice Spot

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Gloria Carter Jay Z Dania Diaz

It's no secret that rap mogul Shawn "Jay Z" Carter's mother, Gloria Carter, is a butch lesbian. But until now it wasn't clear who Jay Z's other mother was. According to the blogs, Jay Z's mother is booed up with a sexy Latina named Dania Diaz. And just to make sure her kitty cat never strays, Ms. Carter, who runs Jay Z's Shawn Carter Foundation, gave the former NY school teacher a lofty position as Executor of the foundation's scholarship fund.

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Oprah and Gayle King in Zurich

A Swiss boutique clerk is outraged that media mogul Oprah Winfrey embellished their encounter after she lodged racism allegations against the high end Switzerland boutique.

The Trois Pommes sales assistant said she felt "powerless" and "in a cyclone" after Oprah went on American TV to say she was a victim of racism. Oprah said the saleswoman refused to show her a $35,000 handbag because it was too expensive for her.

But the saleswoman emphatically denied the incident went down the way Oprah said it did. Trudy Goetz, the shop owner, called the accusations "absurd."

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