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Mile 420 Sign

From the Altogether American licensed collection, this Mile 420 Sign measures 8 inches by 14 inches and weighs in at 1 lb(s). This custom metal shape is hand made in the USA using heavy gauge American

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from U.S. News

Colorado changes 'Mile 420' highway marker to stymie stoner heists

Colorado changes 'Mile 420' highway marker to stymie stoner heists - U.S. News

The Colorado 420 mile marker kept getting stolen so CDOT fixed the problem. It's now 419.99 - Marijuana Humor - CannabisTutorials.com

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Mile Marker 420 https://www.amazon.com/Authorized-Hi-Prismatic-reflective-commercial-aluminum/dp/B01B22UMFM/ref=as_li_ss_tl?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1479867047&sr=1-2&keywords=420&linkCode=ll1&tag=mentapalac01-20&linkId=6b927d890667c7107711de283f88062e

State alters 420 MM sign to thwart thieves | DENVER | Thieves have been stealing the 420 mile marker sign so often, the state's transportation department has changed it to "419.99" in an effort to try and stop the problem.

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Mile High 420 Bandana

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from Fox News

Colorado replaces 420 mile marker with 419.99 after multiple thefts

DENVER -- The Colorado Department of Transportation decided to change a mile marker sign in rural eastern Colorado because thieves kept stealing it. The sign read 420 -- a common symbol for marijuana enthusiasts. It was replaced with a sign that reads

from ScienceDaily

Historic image of tiger and her cubs

WCS and partners report from Bastak Reserve, a 162 square mile (420 km2) protected area in the Pri-Amur region of the Russian Far East, a tiger cub who lost her mother and nearly died, has became a “Cinderella” and is now a mother.

AMUR TIGER CINDERELLA BECOMES A MOTHER! Published on Dec 10, 2015 WCS and partners report the news from Bastak Reserve, a 162 square mile (420 km2) protected area in the Pri-Amur region of the Russian Far East, where a tiger cub who lost her mother and nearly died, became a “Cinderella” and is now a mother.