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    *Rolls Eyes* Seriously? lol Who knew marijuana production was so intense...but hey, anything to create jobs and boost the economy right?
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    You dont know anything involved in gardening, botany, hybridization techniques or how food is dried, do you? Same thing applies to pot.
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    @thatgirl Relax. My post was not negative, however I am just amused that this much work is being put into weed. lol I dont care what the process is to be honest. Weed smokers are going to be pissed when the great US of A taxes the SHIT out of rolling papers, weed, blunts, pipes and other smoking paraphenalia lol
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    @Chanel Never said your post was negative, just pointing out what would be involved with a job like that.
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    @Chanel The whole point of it all is that the State has decided they want to maximize profit from legalization. They are going all in. How do you make this the most profitable thing possible to give politicians more money to steal? This must seem like to them like it seemed to D.C. Politicians back when they saw Social Security money first start rolling in. There is two things that will light up a Politicians eyes. More Money and More Money.
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    If they didn't put regulation into place, then instead you could have more examples of impure products causing harm to medical patients. Medical marijuana, in particular, needs to be tested for mold, insecticides, herbicides and potency before a patient uses it.
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    @marine1 I would bet you've bought product that had been dampened to weigh more without even knowing it.Are you ok with that kind of fraud being legal?
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    yes, what is there to consult about just let them smoke the darn thing without big gov meddling
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    You can't fix stupid, just what we need, another briefcase toten bureaucrat burning more taxpayers money.<===(Pun on words) LOL
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    Ploh you wouldn't mind if it was done part time by a lawyer who was a govt tax collector, thing of it, he'd be too stoned to do his tax collecting job well. Comes in to do the audit and dostract him with munchies...
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    just another way for the gubment to spend hard earned dollars on crap most of us dont want or use! just like the welfare system, expect nothing less from such idiots.
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    Washington shouldn't have a problem finding a stoner to do the job. I'd bet most of the government employees would qualify for the position.
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    We're talking about a drug so it makes sense, especially when talking about edible products where dosage makes a difference.
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    waste of govt money. get a lawyer who likes gardening & cooking to do it free, pro-stone-o, so to speak. if the state supplied the material he or she needed to consult about. The lawyer could take a small stipen, you know, a token fee...
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    @PoliticalSpice They don't need a lawyer. They need a good biochemist with a lab. That's who does the quality tests in California.
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    @PoliticalSpice Hehe. Maybe you could guess at the THC content but I'd rather have a lab test for contaminants. It takes equipment beyond the average taste test.
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    @Zazziness Tell you what, send me a sample and let me prove my worth by giving, for absolutely free, a quality report. In fact, i'm willing to extend the offer, to three test on three differnt samples, so you can compare my test results...
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    And I am a poli sci student in college, planning to head for law school.
    I just found where I plan to apply when I graduate and now I know what state I want to move to.
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    what i find incredibly stupid is that they would turn it over to any state regulatory board.

    just turn it loose and let it happen. it doesn't need regulation, and certainly doesn't need to be taxed.
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    Cool dude...Far out man...just look for someone with glazed over eyes, a blank stare, and talking in '60s drug slang. He's your man.
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