In Colorado, marijuana made more money than alcohol when it came to tax revenue. The state, which legalized cannabis for recreational use in 2012, collected a cool $70 million in marijuana taxes between July 2014 to June 2015. Alcohol-specific taxes brought in $42 million.
SeaWorld announced Wednesday that in the third quarter of 2014, income and attendance were significantly down compared this time last year. Hmm, I wonder why?
Even before Abercrombie & Fitch CEO and douchenozzle Mike Jeffries started getting pummeled for his 2006 comments about sizing his clothes to fit "cool, good-looking" kids only, the company was on the decline domestically.
On Saturday, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed a law that will force strip clubs to pay an additional tax, which will in turn be used to fund programs aimed at preventing sexual assault as well as counseling sexual assault victims. The new tax is expected to haul in about $1 million a year for rape prevention programs,…