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1100 Confiscated Weed Plants Will Be Used to Transform Rockford Economy, Misery, Our Stories, Vision, Train, Casino, Hotel and Amateur Sports Stuff but also to Love Rockford More or Whatever

1100 Confiscated Weed Plants Will Be Used to Transform Rockford Economy, Misery, Our Stories, Vision, Train, Casino, Hotel and Amateur Sports Stuff but also to Love Rockford More or Whatever

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Rockford, IL– The ol’ Fatty McGee’s / Stash O’ Neil’s and Hard Times bar on East State Street across from one of the more popular McDonald’s in town, on one of our most traveled, polluted streets, made national news this week after 1100 weed plants were discovered by local law enforcers after a reported burglary occurred at the 4846 E. State St.

As for the weed plants, Rockford leaders, politicians, community bullshitters, positivity and transformational activists are ecstatic with the confiscation.  Local marketing firm owner and downtown supporter of weird city stuff, Che Gramms says, “This is a great step forward for the community of Rockford in 2015, especially for downtown.  Weed sales from confiscations are good for the economy, especially for downtown. Everything that my firm and local tourism agents have worked for is expected to be on the up, especially for downtown.

There is nothing more to this story than besides what we told you in the title:  1100 Confiscated Weed Plants Will Be Used to Transform Rockford Economy, Misery, Our Stories, Vision, Train, Casino, Hotel and Amateur Sports Stuff but also to Love Rockford More or Whatever

Go away now, everyone, and #LoveRockfordMore!

Ronnie Kites



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