Thursday, March 3


Geoff Crook's (love the last name) passion for botony -- well, he's kind of an amateur botonist of sorts or a "home" gardener at the very least -- may have gone with the wind, as his Florida home was ravaged by a twister last Sunday, exposing 50+ marijuana plants he was cultivating, according to this FOX News story.

Crook (oh, how the last name is so perfect) has retained an attorney, of course. The plants were three feet high, according to authorities, and were under "grow lamps attached to timers." His attorney, Steve Casanova (I'll not go there), assures that his client "has not done anything wrong." Readers are not sure whether that means in terms of the plants' cultivation or their intended use!