By samzenpus from Slashdot's crossing-the-line department
notes that Nebraska and Oklahoma are suing Colorado over marijuana legalization. The attorneys general of Nebraska and Oklahoma sued Colorado in the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, arguing state-legalized marijuana from Colorado is improperly spilling across state lines. The suit invokes the federal government's right to regulate both drugs and interstate commerce, and says Colorado's decision to legalize marijuana has been "particularly burdensome" to police agencies on the other side of the state line. In June, USA TODAY highlighted the flow of marijuana from Colorado into small towns across Nebraska: felony drug arrests in Chappell, Neb., just 7 miles north of the Colorado border have skyrocketed 400% in three years. "In passing and enforcing Amendment 64, the state of Colorado has created a dangerous gap in the federal drug control system enacted by the United States Congress. Marijuana flows from this gap into neighboring states, undermining plaintiff states' own marijuana bans, draining their treasuries, and placing stress on their criminal justice systems," says the lawsuit. "The Constitution and the federal anti-drug laws do not permit the development of a patchwork of state and local pro-drug policies and licensed distribution schemes throughout the country which conflict with federal laws."Read Replies (0)
By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Transformers: Robots In Disguise Mobile Game is now released for iOS and Android. Depending on your region, it might take a while for the game to be available on your regional App Store.
The game is an Action Adventure Beat 'em up, judging by the gameplay. You can check out the detailed description of the game and Download Links, after the jump.
The game features new characters for the show including both Autobots and Decepticons.
Touch Games You Tube channel has uploaded a Gameplay Trailer for the Transformers: Robots In Disguise Mobile Game as well. Check it out below:Read Replies (0)
By Salvador GRodiles from Japanator
Man. I don't know about you, but there seems to be a lot of ninjas entering the new year all of a sudden. Thankfully, a majority of them happen to be good, so there's a good chance that the shadow assassins won't burn people out when 2015 enters the scene.
Anyway, the gang at Garage Hero have announced
that they are staring production on Hayate: Asakusa's Ninja Hero
during mid February. Not only that, the staff for the series has been revealed, with Satoshi Imai (Chousei Kantai Sazer-X's
Writer, Fool Japan: The ABCs of Tetsudon's Doll
short's Director and Writer) acting as the indie toku webseries' Director and Writer. Then we have Bueno (Yakuzambie's
Director, Gun Caliber's
Director, Action Director, and Main Hero) as the show's Action Director, which means that we're in for some great ninja action scenes that are treated with great love and care.
Interestingly, Keisaku Kimura and Aimi Sekiguchi are going to play as Hayate's main adversaries. Since the two actors did a fantastic job in Yakuzambie
, I'm certain that they'll bring us some nice campy moments and fight sequences. While Hayate
is only going to run for six episodes, there's a good chance that it'll still be a fun show that will bring hope to the children who live in Tokyo's Asakusa district. In the meantime, I'll patiently wait until the day that the series makes its debut online.
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By Sol Fury from TFW2005
Mark Wahlberg, who played the inventor Cade Yeager in this summer's Transformers: Age of Extinction, was talking to MTV and one of the things which he was asked concerned the future of the Transformers franchise. His response was as follows:
"Yeah, I committed to doing a couple more... you know I can’t speak for Mr. Bay, but something tells me we’ll be on the set soon."
By all accounts it sounds like we might see Cade Yeager make a return for at least one, maybe two more Transformers movies going forward!
Check out the video clip where this was discussed below:Read Replies (0)