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Brooklyn pot dealer donates proceeds to Sandy victims

The Brooklyn pot dealer netted $700 in two days to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
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A smoker tokes a marijuana joint during a march for the legalization of cannabis in Medellin, Colombia on May 5, as part of the 2012 Global Marijuana March that was held in hundreds of cities worldwide. (Raul Arboleda/AFP/Getty Images)
A pot dealer in Brooklyn, New York, is raising eyebrows for donating half of his proceeds over two days last week to victims of Superstorm Sandy.
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New York native Lady Gaga has pledged $1 million to Sandy relief in the city. (Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images)
Lady Gaga pledged $1 million in disaster relief to her hometown of New York City Wednesday, crediting the metropolis for shaping her into who she is.
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