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Prop 19 gets props from celebrities, little old ladies and Twitter

November 2, 2010 |  4:43 pm

One of the biggest terms being tweeted today is the phrase "Prop 19." Apparrently Twitter is abuzz with the possibility of California legalizing the herbal buzz. 

Pulitzer Prize winning food writer Jonathon Gold tweeted from Pasadena about food, senior citizens and their happiness(?) about the proposition?

Jonathan Gold Prop 19

 

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Early exit polls are showing that the vote is split. However, Rob Bailey overheard something funny and biting. Sort of sounds like something one of the late night talk show hosts should have said.

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Tirico Suave implies that long-haired World Series champ Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants would be excited if the marijuana law passed. Ninety others have retweeted this sentiment.

Awkward
School teacher and Phillies fan Erin Manning was torn as to how she should answer her students today.

Snoop Dogg encouraged young people to go to the polls. "And Prop. 19? You know where I stand on that. Very high."

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Adrianne Curry, the first winner of "America's Next Top Model," has been very supportive of Prop 19, but obviously hated a recent commercial.

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Comedian Bill Maher has also been a long-time proponent of legalizing weed. Like these mothers, he believes children will also benefit from the plant's legalization.

Artest
Leave it to Laker forward Ron Artest to keep his election message short and sweet.

Related:
Photos: Bring on Prop. 19: Stars who want their pot legal

-- Tony Pierce
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