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Monday, July 16th, 2018



The Michael Phelps story keeps getting more interesting. The potheads are getting it together. And you know that requires a lot of energy. Energy: not exactly a major asset for those that toke. So you know they have to be reallllllly mad. Why are they so mad? They are livid because Kellogg’s cut Phelps as an endorser (Corn Flakes) after his bong-i-sode.

“The leader of one of the biggest groups, the Marijuana Policy Project, called Kellogg’s action “hypocritical and disgusting,” and said he had never seen his membership so angry, with more than 2,300 of them signing an online petition.”

The last time his membership was this angry was when Hostess stopped making these:

But the MPP make a great point: they say the Kellogg’s company is being hypocritical because they did not have a problem when Phelps was busted for drinking and driving. And I have a great point: why would a food company drop a celebrity endorser that pot-smokers like? Are they high?

Certainly ‘Corn Flakes’ are not a favored food on the list of pothead munchies. Unless they are slathered with chocolate sauce or maybe even that ‘Magic Shell’ sauce for ice cream that hardens after you pour it out. You could also eat the Corn Flakes with chocolate milk instead of regular milk but I think I’ve digressed. Have you seen the remote?

So while Corn Flakes may not be a verifiable munchy from the Kellogg’s family, what about these:

See what I’m saying? It’s pretty obvious that Kellogg’s is cutting off their nose to spite their face. Maybe the shareholders need a petition of their own.

And finally, here is a picture of Phelps from the Olympics in Athens. Happier days for him, I’m sure. But while everyone thought he was happy because he had won medals, it was really because he thought his head wreath was made of weed.

[tags]Kellogg’s, Michael Phelps, Olympics, marijuana[/tags]

  • dhaab

    Gotta say the pot jokes are getting OLD and STALE.

    It’s beyond hypocritical for Kelloggs to fire Phelps for smoking weed, yet he was busted for drunk driving a few years back and apparently that wasn’t a big deal to them. This whole marijuana fixation is similar to the steroids issue going on in sports. The majority of Americans seem to think that marijuana is much worse for a person than drinking alcohol, much like they believe steroids is worse than HGH. In reality, they’re both very similar. The only difference is our government classifies one as legal and the other as illegal.

  • http://zonersports.com The Zoner

    marijuana is hardly as damaging as alcohol.

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  • David

    The war on drugs continues-but just some drugs! Will peanut products become illegal now? I doubt it.

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