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LOS ANGELES – September 30, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )
By Victoria Omega of The Marijuana Journal
The Los Angeles Lakers will have some extra motivation tonight when the NBA Finals begin. Lebron James and the Los Angeles Lakers will be playing Pat Rileys Miami Heat in a best of 7 match-up and if they win the world’s largest cannabis platform BudTrader.com will give “free weed for life” to every player on the Lakers active roster and the Lakers coaching staff.
In a letter to the editor published by the Santa Monica Daily Press BudTrader CEO Brad McLaughlin, a self-described Lakers “Super Fan” stated he felt compelled to ‘do his part’ to contribute to a Lakers NBA title this year. “I don’t possess the celebrity star power that someone like Drake has up in Toronto, but what I do have is an abundance of God’s greatest gift to mankind… WEED!” said McLaughlin.
This isn’t the first time BudTrader has made a publicity splash. In the summer of 2017 BudTrader had a 3-day yacht party at San Diego Comic-Con and in 2019 they offered free pot to government workers during the federal workers government shutdown.
BudTrader is the largest cannabis platform in the world with millions of users in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.
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Original Source: Pot Website Offers Free Weed for Life to Los Angeles Lakers if They Win NBA Title
Apple Watch Series 6 review: Outstanding smartwatch, but health software offers little guidance Review
Apple debuted the new Apple Watch Series 6 earlier this month and I’ve been testing out the new (PRODUCT)RED 44mm GPS model. At first glance it doesn’t seem much different than the Apple Watch Series 5, but there’s more than meets the eye.
Regular readers know I’m a sucker for buying colorful watches and phones so when I saw the new navy blue and red aluminum watch offerings I knew one of them had to be mine. While blue is one of my favorite colors, I couldn’t find one readily available and since I already purchased a (PRODUCT)RED Apple iPhone SE, I selected the red Apple Watch Series 6. These new colors are attractive and the one visually distinguishing difference between the Series 5 and Series 6.
Also: Apple Watch Series 5 review: This is the watch I’ve been waiting for
- Display: 1.2 inch (30.4mm) 240×240-pixel resolution transflective memory-in-pixel color Corning Gorilla Glass DX
- Storage: 8GB of internal storage for up to 500 songs and 200 hours of activity data
- Water resistance: 5 ATM
- Connectivity and sensors: WiFi, Bluetooth, ANT+, GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, optical HR, barometer, compass, altimeter, Pulse Ox
- Band: 22mm silicone replaceable strap
- Battery: 21 hours in UltraTrac mode, 16 hours in GPS training mode, 6 hours with GPS and music streaming, and 7 days in smartwatch mode with 24/7 HR monitoring
- Dimensions: 43.8 x 43.8 x 13.3mm and 47 grams
The Apple Watch Series 6 looks just like the Apple Watch Series 5 with the same sized curved glass display, curved square watch case, spinning crown button, right side button, same band attachment design, similar heart rate sensor on the back, and same magnetic charging puck. Apple does not include an A/C adapter for the USB cable in
MeUndies, the internet’s favorite underwear startup, offers unbeatable perks with its subscription services on underwear and socks
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- MeUndies, a startup responsible for some of our favorite underwear, lounge pants, bralettes, and socks, has just added a couple of perks to its monthly subscription.
- Subscribers will now get a discount on almost all of MeUndies clothes, and access to an exclusive print that’s revealed on the first Tuesday of every month. Previously, subscribers only got a discount on underwear.
- MeUndies added these perks without raising the price of its subscription, which costs $14 per month for women’s underwear, $16 a month for men’s underwear, and $8 a month for socks, regardless of what style of underwear you choose.
- As someone who’s had a MeUndies subscription for over two and a half years, both of these new perks make sense, and I plan on taking advantage of both to upgrade my wardrobe.
There haven’t been many constants in my life over the past two and a half years, but one of my favorite markers of consistency is my subscription to MeUndies.
The startup is responsible for some of the best-looking, most comfortable underwear we’ve ever tried, but its subscription service is what really sets MeUndies apart. Each month, subscribers get a new pair in their style of choice (boxer brief, boy shorts, etc.) from one of three collections: classic, bold, or adventurous.
The classic collection features underwear in standard colors, including black, gray, and navy; the bold collection features underwear in slightly more vivid colors, including Dahlia Purple, Red Hot, and Minty Fresh; and the adventurous collection features a selection of fun, limited-edition prints.
Until now, the benefit to being a subscriber was a substantial discount on MeUndies underwear, especially if you like its adventurous prints. A men’s subscription costs $16, while a
Non-profit organisation Code for Change is offering high school students the opportunity to get experience with front-end web development and coding.
The free-to-use training platform works using CodeJIKA programme. It has been used in over 250 schools since its launch in 2017.
“Our goal is to build a vibrant eco-system of student-run coding clubs in secondary schools throughout Africa,” said the company on its website.
Code for Change has major investment from key partners including Google, HKLM and Adobe which all make offering this key skill feature easier.
South Africa’s education is attempting to reform to meet new world standards which include students learning to code earlier in their schooling career.
Currently, many only find out about computer science once they’re at university which is considered quite late to pick up these skills.
CodeJIKA teaches foundational coding, web development, and computer science skills, specifically with schools and communities that are mostly offline or rely on phones and mobile data.
“Code for Change is building an eco-system of coding skills and digital entrepreneurs in secondary schools to help build the new South African economy,” it said.