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500 Pounds of Weed Spill on Missouri Highway, Cops Say 'It's 4/20'

TMZ.com Thursday, 21 April 2022
Missouri drivers are going green, and we ain't talking Teslas -- it's whole lotta ganja scattered all over an interstate, making for a very slow and chill commute ... on 4/20, no less! Ya heard that right! State troopers found quite the scene when…
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Elon Musk's 'lies' about Tesla on Twitter cost investors millions, court told

Elon Musk "lied" when he claimed he had "secured" funding to take Tesla private, a lawyer for investors has told a court.
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