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Archaeologists discover 2,500-year-old skeleton wrapped in cannabis in northwestern China

Nowadays, if you get caught smoking pot in China, you might get jailed, deported or worse. 2,800 years ago; however, things may have been a little more laid back. [ more › ]
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