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Your loss man. I got some really good stuff.
Allen, if you are alive then the probability that you know a marijuana user is incredibly likely. It could even be a co-worker or family member. You may even know more than one. Figure out who these people are, have a discussion with them about their use. You may be surprised by what you hear. Have an open mind.
Happy 4/20, Allen, the offer for enlightnment is still open.
Allen, I don't think you even know what marijuana is. I kind of feel bad for you. I'll hook you up with some good stuff if you want and maybe then you may have an opinion formed on actual experience. Just let me know, I'll twist up a nice doobie for ya.
Yes, because that's what is happening all over the country. Nearly 50% of the country has some form of legalized marijuana. Where are all these inebriated addicts? Where is this fire and brimstone? I'm not seeing it Allen. Nobody is. You're arguments are becoming foolish. The same tired arguments no longer work because it is very apparent that they are based on lies and fear.
If only there were some new, rapidly growing industry that could bring in extra tax revenue for the city for things like this. It may even provide well paying jobs with opportunity for advancement.
Here is how to handle legalization smartly, with the future of your community in mind......http://m.krdo.com/news/medical-hemp-grow-established-in-pueblos-airport-industrial-park/32391468
What sort of "costly problems" are you referring to? Have you been paying attention to statistical reporting of crime rates in CO since the roll out of legalization? Or how about teen use? Maybe take a look at incarceration rates of non violent drug offenders who are in prison. Now there is a "costly problem" people should be looking at.
It sure would be nice for Craig City Council to take note of what our neighbors are doing. We have so many vacant warehouses around town that would serve this purpose perfectly. Unfortunately I believe many of them will fall into disrepair and just be an ugly reminder of six council members and a mayor imposing perceived moral values on our community instead of making a wise business decision.
So if you are too poor to buy chains or new tires then you are fined. Not a law with the interest of the people in mind. I agree with Kinkaid on this one. Big government encroachment.
It would be nice to see new faces who can grasp the potential that the marijuana industry could have on the local economy.
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