Vote yes, bitches! View Image ›
Well, sort of. In that they discuss marijuana-related gum issues and the fear of God. View Media ›
Maybe a cutsie animation will convince the nay-sayers that marijuana is okay. Watch Video ›
Reddit seems more conservative than usual. Perhaps the recent migration of Digg users is to blame? View Image ›
Glenn Beck has launched a new website to rival the Huffington Post. It’s called The Blaze because “The image of a flame is powerful.” Funny, because I assumed it meant they were supporting Prop 19.
Reddit’s decision to run free ads for Prop 19 has been met with mixed reviews. This guy is not very happy. View Image ›
Okay, Reddit, you’ve stuck it to “the man”. We get it. You can stop prop 19-ing everything on your site now. View Image ›
When Reddit’s parent company, Conde Nast, refused to take money from prop 19 supporters to run ads on the site, Reddit decided to run the ads for free. View Image ›
I think we’re going to be seeing a lot of this from Reddit for the next few days/weeks/months. View Image ›
When parent company Conde Nast told Reddit that they would not allow ads in support of the legalization of marijuana on the site, Redditors responded by flooding the site with posts in support of Prop 19. The Reddit admins have decided to run the ads anyways, free of charge. View Image ›
Prop 19, for those unaware, involves the issue of legalizing marijuana. Officially, Reddit, which is owned by the corporate Conde Nast, refuses to benefit from this particular issue. View Image ›
Vote YES on Prop 19! View Image ›
It is official, the legalize pot and tax it initiative in California will official appear on the California ballot as prop 19 in November!