Guitar Players in Legal Weed States

MrTrask

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I do not live in a legal weed state. I do live in a legal medical Mary Jane state, however. I have often wondered how the legalization of marijuana has effected or maybe changed life in states where its legal.

I am hoping some forum members and fellow sex, drugs, and rock and roll aficionados could tell me if or how legal weed has changed things.

Thanks in advance for your insight.
 

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acstorfer

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Second the easier to buy comment. Also I’ve never had concentrates available to me before. They make life insanely easy and they are much more cost efficient.

I should mention I’m in a medical only state, but I have my clearance.
 

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I do not use the stuff but I see a great advantage for users to know the provenance
of what they put in their lungs/stomachs. Controls around pesticides, mold and other bad substances
are eliminating health risks for users. That can only be good.
As far as educating the kids about it, it's pretty much the same as before.
And when my kids get to that age, I'm more comfortable with the thought of them buying legally
"production controlled" weed in a regulated store than having to deal with the street corner pushers.
 

SteveGangi

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Here in the L.A. area, virtually nothing has changed. It's easier to get, there are pot stores now, but the "quality of life" or "lifestyle" has not changed. The number of users and non-users doesn't seem to have changed much either.


It's just easier to get if you want it.
 

Marshall & Moonshine

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It hasn’t changed anything except what the cops don’t have to bother with anymore.
People weren’t “waiting for weed to be legal” so they could START smoking it.
They already smoke/use marijuana if they so please.
It’s not like I’ll start using meth if CA legalizes it.
 

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It hasn’t changed anything except what the cops don’t have to bother with anymore.
People weren’t “waiting for weed to be legal” so they could START smoking it.
They already smoke/use marijuana if they so please.
It’s not like I’ll start using meth if CA legalizes it.
Exactly.
 

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I'm useless on pot.

FYI, the sex and drugs parts of "Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll" are subjects that can cross the line of what is generally considered MLP material.
 

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I've never really had a hard time finding weed, but I am looking forward to the stores opening in my state this summer. I really like the hash pens and look forward to being able to get them easily and readily. I'm also hoping eventually the competition will drive prices for kind bud down from what it is now.
 

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I'm useless on pot.

FYI, the sex and drugs parts of "Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll" are subjects that can cross the line of what is generally considered MLP material.
LOL, thanks for the morality check.....
 

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how are prices?

im in a medical only state, dont have and cant apply for one but i am curious street price versus dispensary price comparison
 




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