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Friday, 24 January 2014

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The Air Force Academy will not allow marijuana on its campus.

COLORADO SPRINGS - The administrative board of The United States Air Force Academy has stated that even though the purchase and use of marijuana is legal in the state that does not apply to the Air Force Academy campus.

A spokesperson for the college stated that the Air Force cadets are already high with pride in their school, their professors, and themselves without having to get higher with some cannabis.

One cadet Trevor Googetti from Fish Haven, Idaho, said that he doesn't need to buy weed because all he really has to do is simply go to one of the local shopping malls and he can get all of the second-hand marijuana smoke he wants.

He noted that a few days ago he went into a McDonald's and while he was standing in line to place his order he got high from the marijuana smell on a female security guard's blouse.

The Air Force Academy has made it perfectly clear that if any cadets are caught with so much as a marijuana joint they will be taken to the dean's office where the dean will take a red Sharpie pen and mark a red "M" on their forehead.

In Other News. The government of Canada has hinted that they may not want to take Justin Bieber back if the USA decides to deport him.

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