Well, the pot store is fully legal. So is selling Girl Scout cookies so there should not be a problem . I'm sure the cookies are being consumed around the family table at home just like the marijjuana is.
Yep.. it's legal. Still wouldn't let my kid hang out in front of a liquor store all day.
Outa my depth. Sure. Never done drugs. What a freaking loser I am. I admit it.
But Girl Scout cookies will be consumed at home along with mj. Making it legal will allow it to be openly consumed. It might be consumed openly before , to an extent but now it will have no stigma at all. Not that it should.
And, I'm all for it. The legislature has said it's okay as many have been saying for years.
Liquor is sold everywhere so I assume they will rush to get pot permits also. It will be interesting.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
I'm sure I'm the odd-one-out here ...but I'm actually Anti-Booze
Been around both since I was 16 y.o. and I DEFINITELY prefer people "on" pot.
They may giggle too much... and often forget what they were saying in the middle of saying it but I've yet to meet a belligerent azzole staggering around pissing themselves or puking in the potted palm.
In fact...thinking about it... ...I'd venture to say part of the decision to legalize it's use may have been swayed by decades of events like the Marijuana Day Marches, Sit-Ins/Be-Ins, and Festivals ...wherein HUNDREDS of Law-Enforcement Agents were pressed into duty in anticipation of riots, or medical emergencies (over doses) only for the officers to be astounded by the sight of a virtual sea of stoned people peacefully gathering, smiling, enjoying music, and "The Groovy Vibes" I'd like to think it change more than a few minds about the decades of propaganda surrounding "The DANGERS Of the WEED With It's Roots In HELL!"
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