“INSANE CLOWN PAINTINGS” Hardback Book Announced! Shaggy the Airhead Featured!

Insane Clown Posse and Chapter 17 producer Shaggy The Airhead is also a dope cartoon artist! And his very own art will be featured in the upcoming “Insane Clown Paintings” hardback book. The “Insane Clown Paintings” book will also feature over 60 other artists and every page is brimming with  “Juggalo Love”! Pre-orders are now live. And will end on Juggalo day on Friday, February 17th (or until the books have sold out). Hit up this authentic link to grab your own copy of the “Insane Clown Paintings” hardback book here: https://insaneclownpaintings.bigcartel.com/product/insane-clown-paintings-book-prints-stickers

From Insane Clown Paintings:

“The moment you have all been waiting for is finally here.. The Most Hated Flash Book In The World! This book is CRUSHED with the upmost wicked Juggalo flash the Dark Carnival has seen. Prepare to have your wig split and your neck break, from the whiplash you’ll receive with every turn of the page!!

This book features Tattooers from America and neighboring countries, along with a few familiar faces the fam are sure to recognize.

Don’t be stale and miss your chance to own a piece of Juggalo history in the making! This fresh ass pre-order is the ONLY way to guarantee you’ll have a copy reserved for you.

ORDER INCLUDES:
Hardback Book
Bonus Prints (these are not in the book)
And stickers!!

This book is very limited quantity, and once they’re all gone, they’re gone for good!!

This Item is pre order so please be patient! You will get a shipping confirmation email once shipped with a tracking number! Orders will be shipped once they’re received from the manufacturer. You will get a confirmation email with a tracking number on your package. No refunds or exchanges unless it was a mistake on our part. All sales are FINAL.”



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Whitney Peyton’s Posse Cut “Giv3 It Gas” W/ Esham & UBI Will Be Featured On Shade 45!

Whitney Peyton recently unleashed what could be the posse cut of the year! We here at Faygoluvers.net are talking about the “Giv3 It Gas” collabo featuring Whitney Peyton, Esham, UBI, (Ces Cru), Marco Park$, and Seuss Mace. And now it’ll be featured on Eminem’s  Shade 45 via Sirius XM, Thursday, February 9th, 2023! Fans can support “Giv3 It Gas” through Apple Music here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/giv3-it-gas-feat-marco-park%24-seuss-mace-single/1663373100



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Franky Grudge “Grudgement Day” (Official Music Video)

Franky Grudge’s newest video single “GRUDGEMENT DAY” ©️2023 Dead Media



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Monstar Clique’s “Game Ain’t Safe” Now Available Digitally!

Due to fan demand. The Monstar Clique (Project Born, Lyte, Skitzo,  Str8jaket & Anthony G) have released their “Game Ain’t Safe” single on all digital music platforms! Support “Game Ain’t Safe” through this authentic link here: https://distrokid.com/hype…/monstarclique/game-aint-safe-2

Also! Be sure to catch Monstar Clique live on Replicon Radio on Monday, February 13th for an interview!



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Yale Announces New Cannabis Research Center

One of the country’s most prestigious academic institutions will be home to a new research center dedicated to studying cannabis. 

The Yale School of Medicine announced the creation this week of “a research center to study the acute and chronic effects of cannabis and cannabinoids on neurodevelopment and mental health.”

Called the “Yale Center for the Science of Cannabis and Cannabinoids,” the center “will be led by Deepak Cyril D’Souza, MD, Albert E. Kent Professor of Psychiatry and a leading expert on the pharmacology of cannabinoids.”

The announcement comes only weeks after Connecticut, where the elite Ivy League university is located, launched legal recreational cannabis sales

After the regulated marijuana market went live, D’Souza sounded the alarm on cannabis use among young people. 

“It’s easy for adolescents to get their hands on tobacco and alcohol and why do we think that’s not going to be the case with cannabis,” D’Souza told local news station WTNH.

“Exposure to cannabis … in adolescents has been associated with the development of some serious psychiatric disorders including schizophrenia and other psychosis,” D’Souza added, as quoted by the station.

The center, which was announced by the university on Monday, will be funded initially by “the Department of Psychiatry, with support from the dean’s office.”

“Funding will support pilot studies toward the development of a P50-type center grant application…” the university said in the announcement, noting that those interested in applying for funding must contact D’Souza.

According to a press release about the new cannabis research center, university leaders “said in their announcement that the launch of the center comes at a time of rapid commercialization of cannabis across the United States,” and that the new “center will use a multipronged and multidisciplinary approach to study the acute and chronic effects of cannabis and cannabinoids.” 

Legal recreational pot sales kicked off in Connecticut last month. According to WTNH, the first week of sales brought in more than $2 million

The state legalized marijuana in 2021, when Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont, who was elected to another term in last year’s election, signed a bill into law.

“That’s why I introduced a bill and worked hard with our partners in the legislature and other stakeholders to create a comprehensive framework for a securely regulated market that prioritizes public health, public safety, social justice, and equity. It will help eliminate the dangerous unregulated market and support a new, growing sector of our economy which will create jobs,” Lamont said in a signing statement at the time. “By allowing adults to possess cannabis, regulating its sale and content, training police officers in the latest techniques of detecting and preventing impaired driving, and expunging the criminal records of people with certain cannabis crimes, we’re not only effectively modernizing our laws and addressing inequities, we’re keeping Connecticut economically competitive with our neighboring states.” 

Lamont announced in December that, as part of the state’s new cannabis law, about 44,000 individuals would have their prior marijuana convictions expunged at the beginning of 2023.

“On January 1, thousands of people in Connecticut will have low-level cannabis convictions automatically erased due to the cannabis legalization bill we enacted last year,” Lamont said in a statement at the time. “Especially as Connecticut employers seek to fill hundreds of thousands of job openings, an old conviction for low-level cannabis possession should not hold someone back from pursuing their career, housing, professional, and educational aspirations.”

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