Last spring, an analysis based on the National Survey of Drug Use and Health found that herb use in the prior year among people over 65 had jumped 75 percent from 2015 to 2018, from 2.4 percent of that group to 4.2 percent. By 2019, use had reached 5 percent. Read the full story in the NY Times.
Paul McCartney released ‘McCartney III’ today, a homemade solo album recorded during the pandemic. Read the review in Rolling Stone.
A woman is repeatedly pulled over for no apparent reason until she realizes her poodle, who rides in the front seat, has been mistaken for a black man. Read the essay here.
The NY Times reviews Robert Plant’s new album. Read about it here.
In his only sit-down interview on his final tour, he talked loving the Heartbreakers, hating “Zombie Zoo” and why he was having so much fun onstage. Read the interview here.
“‘Picture a shithouse with no fucking drains/Picture a leader with no fucking brains,’ snarls Roger Waters near the start of his first proper rock LP in nearly 25 years, unsubtle as a hammer between the eyes.” Read the entire Rollingstone review here.
We know our products are not inexpensive. They were designed to be beautiful, practical and to last a lifetime. That doesn’t come cheap. But from the NY Times: “Consider that if you love it and you’ll use it, you’ll save not only money but retain the cognitive and emotional energy you would have used to replace the thing once a year. You’ve heard of “buy nice, or buy twice,” right? Well this is a derivative of that idea. But don’t just buy nice, buy what you love. If you don’t, you’ll end up hating, and replacing, until you do.”
Read the entire essay here. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/22/your-money/the-financial-benefits-of-buying-what-you-love.html?_r=0
“A must have for any cannabis enthusiast.” Read the whole review here.