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An enterprising Colorado company has produced the first marijuana vending machine in the country. The vending machine will be put into operation at a pot dispensary in Eagle-Vail, Colo., UPI reports.
The new machines will be equipped with cameras and scanner technology to identify the person swiping the medical marijuana card.
Nabisco, the makers of Honey Maid Graham Cracker, sparked controversy with its new ad campaign featuring 2 gay men as parents. The commercial was published on YouTube.com on March 10, and Nabisco says the ad has attracted “10 times” more positive comments than negative ones.
THe NYPD shut down a store that was set to sell the new $250 Supreme/Nike Air Foamposite sneakers on Thursday.
Police dispersed about 300 sneaker heads (mostly blacks and Hispanics) who lined up outside Supreme New York on Lafayette Street Thursday morning. Most of them were unaware that the NYPD cancelled the sale of the colorful basketball shoes.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift from the Jay Z/Barney’s Collection for the man who has everything, you’d better hurry into your Barney’s location: many must-have items in the collection are almost sold out.
Cheaper priced items from the collection, such as the $695 cashmere ski mask (pictured below), are already sold out at the Barneys New York location. Other hot items that are no longer available include the $1,275 fleece hoodies and the $2,295 Moncler leather sleeve puffer varsity jacket that was modeled by Jay Z’s wife Beyonce on her Instagram page.
This is not a joke. Amazon.com, the world’s largest online shopping retailer, plans to begin delivering packages into customers’ hands by use of remote controlled drones.
The U.S. government already uses drones in military operations to drop bombs on the heads of unsuspecting terrorists. But don’t be surprised if one of Amazon’s drones drops that package you ordered on your head in 30 minutes or less.
Barney’s has canceled the big holiday event that Jay Z hoped would cement his brand in the high end retailing world. The 45-year-old rap mogul had hoped to be center stage at the well-heeled Barney’s-sponsored holiday bash to launch his Barney’s Collection on Nov. 20.
But according to WWD.com, Barney’s canceled the holiday party which was to be held at a private, off-site location.
Bosses at high end retailer Barneys released a statement apologizing to rapper Jay Z following media reports of racial profiling incidents involving black consumers at the New York location.
2 young black shoppers filed separate complaints accusing Barneys of racially profiling them after they made purchases of a $2,500 Celine handbag and a $350 Ferragamo belt.
But instead of apologizing to the shoppers who were racially profiled, Barneys apologized to Jay Z for inconveniencing him.
“We deeply regret that these recent events have distracted from the great work of the Shawn Carter Foundation, and we offer our sincere apologies to Mister Carter,” said Barneys CEO Mark Lee.
And you scoffed when I said Jay Z was behaving like HE was the victim?