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Seen in Miami: Convenience Store Definitely Sells Cigarettes, Can't Spell No Good

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Just when you thought Florida would never legalize marijuana, the folks over at Moha Super market go and prove you wrong. Smokers Behold: Miami's very first pack of rolled ganja cigarettes. New Pot!

Oh, man. It almost seems too good to be true. Like it could even be a mistake! But no. You read it here first: That rundown little shop on 45th and North Miami Avenue -- the one with the wild dogs out back -- sells more than cheap forties and stale Marlboro loosies.

Sorry, senators. This place is going down in the history books.

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