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Amazon Launches Surveillance Drone That Flies Around The House To Spot Home Invaders



Amazon released a home surveillance drone that flies around the house, checking for intruders when the owner is away from home. The home surveillance drone has been unveiled by Ring, the firm’s home security arm. It contains a flying black camera powered by rotor blades that automatically take off from a stationary white dock when it detects movement in the house.

The Always Home Cam can fly to check if the windows are closed or if the stove is on.

Something I frequently hear from customers is ‘I have a few Indoor Cams from Ring, but sometimes I would leave the house and couldn’t remember if I’d left a window open and wished I had a camera there‘” writes Jamie Siminoff, the founder of Ring. 

The drone is designed to avoid unexpected obstacles, thus its small size. The camera on the Always Home Cam is physically blocked when the device is charging, so it can only record when it is flying around.

The device is expected to cost $250 when it launches in the US.

The Ring Always Home Cam uses a map of your home to fly around independently to check out strange noises or movements when you are not home. The drone is also designed to make hovering sounds to indicate when filming. It is able to link a Ring Alarm system and automatically dispatches itself to start recording in case a security alarm goes off. 

This device is cast as a home security system that will not require the installation of multiple cameras. Critics, however, insist that The Always Home Cam would be invasive of customers’ privacies. This argument is based on the possibility of the camera being hacked or the recorded footage being shared with the police department.

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Top 10 Highest Earners on OnlyFans



Top 10 Highest Earners on OnlyFans

OnlyFans is a subscription service based in Britain where content creators earn money from fans who subscribe to their content. The subscription service was initially intended for x-rated content but is currently also host to fitness content and any other content the creator puts out.

The service’s popularity shot through the roof during lockdown when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Many were looking for an alternative means of earning and boy have they earned a lot. Let’s dive straight into a list of the top-earning creators on OnlyFans.

Who are the Top Earners on OnlyFans?

  1. Blac Chyna

Black Chyna whose real name is Angela Rene`e White is currently the top earner on OnlyFans. The reality TV star and model is currently making $20.12 million per month.

  1. Bella Thorne

American actress Bella Thorne currently makes $11.76 million per month. She earned the most money one can make on OnlyFans. Thorne became the first person to make $1 million within her first week on the adult site. Her venture into the subscription service sparked lots of controversy since she charged a hefty fee of $200 for photos where she claimed to be nude but was, in fact, wearing lingerie. This resulted in the subscription service regulating how much an individual could charge on a post.

  1. Cardi B

Apart from being a mother and a hitmaker whose music has dominated charts, Cardi is also a top earner on OnlyFans. She earns $9.34 million per month. The highly paid rapper on the platform gives her fans more intimate content than she puts out on her other social media platforms such as the behind the scenes of her music videos.

  1. Tyga

Tyga whose real name is Micheal Ray Stevenson is also one of the top earners on OnlyFans earning $7.69 million per month. The hit making hip hop artist posts a wide array of content ranging from sexy snaps to BTS of his latest releases to sharing exclusive videos.

  1. Mia Khalifa

The media personality and ex-adult entertainer is also one of the highest-paid creators on OnlyFans and bags $6.42 million per month.

  1. Erica Mena

TV personality Erica Jasmin Mena who is best known for her appearance in Love and Hip Hop New York bags a cool $4.49 million per month. The OnlyFans creator is married to Safaree Samuels, who is also on the adult platform. She promotes her OnlyFans a lot on her Instagram platform, where she has amassed a huge following of 5 million followers.

  1. Pia Mia

American singer and actress Pia Mia earns $2.22 million per month as an OnlyFans creator. 

  1. Safaree Samuels

Couple goals, or what?! Safaree Samuels just like his wife Erica Mena is also an OnlyFans content creator. The Jamaican-American rapper and Tv personality is also a highly paid OnlyFans creator and rakes in $1.91 million per month.

  1. Megan Baron Hanson

Megan Baron Hanson, who is famous for starring in Love Island, is a top earner on OnlyFans making a whopping $1.06 million per month. The gorgeous TV personality shares risque content on her account. 

  1. Casanova

American rapper Casanova raps up our list of the top earners on OnlyFans. He makes $1.05 million per month. Apart from being an OnlyFans creator, Casanova also releases hits and has worked with artists such as Chris Brown who is also an OnlyFans creator and G-Eazy.


The OnlyFans CEO must be cashing in a lot of cheques, given that the company takes 20% of whatever the OnlyFans creators make. Have you ever thought of joining only fans as a creator? Who is your favourite only fan creator? 

Let us know your answers in the comment section. We will join you in the debate!

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Cannabis and Anger: Can Cannabis Make You Angry?



Cannabis and Anger - Can Cannabis Make You Angry?

After lighting up a joint, most people feel relaxed, mellow, calm, and chill. However, several studies suggest that weed consumption has short-term, residual, and long-term effects on the brain, meaning it can affect your emotional behavior. 

So, yes, marijuana can make you feel angry, grumpy, irritable, and even rage that can sometimes escalate to violence. Some people experience cannabis-associated anger shortly after using, while others experience it as a result of withdrawal. The point is, if you feel anger bursts after lighting up a joint, you are not alone. 

In 2014, researchers at Yale University’s Department of Psychiatry and Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Psychology collaborated to study the effects of the use of cannabis on “impulsivity and hostility in daily life.” The study involved 43 recreational marijuana users with no substance dependence who were told to self-report their weed, tobacco, and alcohol consumption for two weeks. 

The data revealed that impulsivity and interpersonal hostility increased on the days when the participants used weed. The researchers linked the anger outbursts to the fact that the consumption of marijuana affects the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), a part of the brain that helps with emotional control and response to other people’s behavior.

Another study by researchers at the University of Buffalo linked the ACC to aggressive behavior during marijuana withdrawal. However, the study participants had a history of violence. 

The Unit Chief of Psychiatry at the Zucker Hillside Hospital in New York, Scott Krakower, told WebMD that “Cannabis use can be linked to anger, rage, and aggression in certain individuals.” He added, “It is proposed that the alterations in the endocannabinoid system may be the cause of these symptoms. 

However, as Leafly notes, these studies are not without flaws, mostly because the sample sizes were small. So, like with all marijuana-related findings, more research is needed. 

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How to Get Rid of Weed Smell



How to Get Rid of the Smell of Weed

While using weed is not as illegal and immoral as it used to be, most users still prefer to keep the habit private. Unfortunately, that can be difficult because it smells, especially when smoked. 

In this post, we have outlined some of the best ways to get rid of the smell of cannabis. 

What are Best Ways to Get Rid of Weed Smells?

  1. Get Some Fresh Air into Your Home

Ventilation is critical to getting rid of any odor. Start by emptying ashtrays and taking out the trash. Then open the windows and doors. If you have a fan, rotate it to face the windows. If possible, get the fan close to the window.

  1. Use Air Freshener
How to Get Rid of the Smell of Weed

A good air freshener can help conceal the smell after smoking. If you smoke regularly, consider a plugging air freshener. 

Alternatives to air freshener include scented candles and incense. In fact, there are scented candles made explicitly for concealing the smell of weed, such as the Cannabolish Smoke Odor Eliminating Candle. Nag champa, sai baba, and agarbatti incense are effective in eliminating the smell of cannabis. 

  1. Use a Strongly Scented Spray to Clean Surfaces

The smell not only settles in the air and fabrics but also on surfaces. Therefore, you should consider cleaning surfaces with strongly-scented sprays regularly. 

  1. Store Your Stash in an Airtight Container

Weed has a strong smell even before you light up. You can conceal the smell by storing your stash in an airtight container, like a mason jar or Tupperware container. Alternatively, you can use a zip lock bag; use two to be safe. 

  1. Invest in an Air Purifier

A good air purifier will eliminate the skunky smell of weed and neutralize other odors in your home. There’s no scent, so no one will accuse you of trying to conceal a particular odor. 

An excellent alternative to an air purifier is a smoke filter, a portable device that eliminates smoke. You could also place an odor-absorbing gel in front of your vents. 

  1. Exhale into a Sploof

Perhaps the easiest way to get rid of weed smell is not to let it escape in the first place. A convenient way to do that is to exhale into a sploof, a device that converts smoke into clean air. 

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Is Marijuana Legal in New Jersey Yet? Can You buy Weed Locally in 2021?



Is Marijuana Legal in New Jersey Yet? Can You buy Weed Locally in 2021?

In the November Election, about 2.7 million New Jersey residents voted to legalize marijuana. January 1, 2021, was the day the “Constitutional Amendment to Legalize Marijuana” was supposed to take effect. But it appears New Jersey potheads will have to wait a long time before they can locally buy weed legally. 

In an op-ed on local news outlet NJ, Paul Mulshine details the marijuana legal grey-area situation in New Jersey. On New Year’s Day, Mulshine spoke to an elderly woman who traveled all the way from Atlantic Highlands to Trenton (about 60 miles) to find a business openly selling pot, a dispensary owned by a man who goes by the alias “the NJ Weedman.”

Is Marijuana Legal in New Jersey Yet? Can You buy Weed Locally in 2021?

So, he posed the question: “When will she and the 2,737,681 other people who voted for the measure have a chance to buy pot locally?”

According to Mulshine, that question should have a straightforward answer by now. Both houses passed the legislation that would allow the implementation of the amendment. However, Governor Phil Murphy is yet to sign the bill because he feels it is too harsh on underage usage. 

But according to state Senator Nick Scutari, who sponsored the bill, the governor’s concerns could be easily fixed. He hopes both houses will soon meet to address the issue and amend the bill. 

Even then, it still won’t be easy to find pot locally. The bill states that only marijuana dispensaries approved by the Marijuana Regulatory Commission can sell weed. The approval process can take up to 18 months. 

In short, even after the governor and the legislators agree on the bill, New Jerseyans will have nowhere to buy weed legally. 

That said, the NJ Weedman and other shops that had acquired medical marijuana licenses might start openly selling for recreational purposes. 

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The Top 10 Fastest-Growing Marijuana Stocks in 2021



Top 10 Marijuana Stocks as of January 2021

The cannabis industry is growing in size as cannabis continues gaining wider acceptance across various nations and states aided by various governments legalizing legal and recreational uses of cannabis.

The marijuana industry is made up of companies that either develop, distribute, sell, support, or are engaged in the research of medical and recreational marijuana. 

Below are the top 10 fastest-growing stocks in 2021, which are expected to deliver sales growth ranging from 60% to 176%.

What are the Top Marijuana Stocks?

1. Jushi Holdings

This holding company focuses on limited states: that is, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Illinois, is set to profit from stores opening in Virginia and organic growth in Pennsylvania. Wall Street expects the company to be at the top of the fastest-growing marijuana stock in 2021, with an estimation of 176.2% sales growth.

2. Columbia Care

Columbia Care is set to have 142.9% sales growth in 2021. Its expansion can greatly be attributed to acquisitions. The company had 76 operational dispensaries in 18 different states as of mid-December. According to Wall Street, the company’s revenue should shoot up to $464 million this year.

3. Curaleaf Holdings

Curaleaf is on the way to becoming the first pot stock with 97.8% sales growth. Last year, Curaleaf acquired Cura Partners and purchased Grassroots, which are part of the more than 130 retail licenses it holds. This year’s profitability can be attributed to its presence in nearly two dozen states, favorable legislation, and organic growth.

4. Cronos Group

As per Wall Street, this is the fastest-growing Canadian pot stock in 2021. Its minimal sales are forecasted to double this year. The primary growth driver for this group this year is attributed to the opening of new dispensaries in key Canadian provinces. Cronos Group has 96.7% sales growth.

5. Planet 13 Holdings

With 94% sales growth, this MSO comes in as the fifth-fastest-growing cannabis stock for 2021. It has an operational dispensary in Las Vegas, which covers 112,000 square feet. It plans on opening a dispensary in Santa Ana. The MSO bagged lots of profit after opening up its dispensary to the public.

6. TerrAscend

According to Wall Street, TerrAscend sales will rocket from the 2020s $197 million to $369 million. It has a sales growth of 87.3%

7. Innovative Industrial Properties

This marijuana-focused real estate investment trust has a sales growth of 71%. As of last month, it owned 66 properties in 17 states. It has an average weighted-lease length of 16.6 years. It is set to continue adding new marijuana cultivation and processing sites, which could, in turn, take up its annual revenue to $200 million.

8. Cresco Labs

This is a consumer-packaged cannabis products company involved in growing, manufacturing, and distribution. This MSO should see its sales grow by 69% in 2021. The labs’ estimated growth can be attributed to its accessibility to over 575 California dispensaries and the opening of retail locations in Illinois.

9. Harvest Health & Recreation

This MSO with a large presence in the Grand Canyon state will have a sales growth of 60.5%, hugely benefiting from Arizona legalizing recreational marijuana. Wall Street predicts its full-year sales going up to $368 million.

10. GrowGeneration

This hydroponic and gardening retail solutions chain is expected to have a sales growth of 60% this year. As of mid-November, it had 36 open retail stores in 11 states. They aim to have 50 retail stores in 15 states by the end of 2021. Part of the company’s success can be attributed to acquisitions, which have broadened its geographic reach. 

**MSO (Multiple-State Operator) refers to a cannabis company that focuses on operations across multiple legal cannabis states. 

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