Captain Horatio Mindblower: Cannabis entrepreneurs have long been "a thing".
Captain Horatio Mindblower: Captain Horatio Mindblower: Cannabis entrepreneurs have long been "a thing".By the way, has the fad of saying that something "is a thing" almost passed? It's quite irritating.
mediablitz: They've been a "thing" for 5 years as long as people have been growing it. Just like the the Silicon Valley revolution, you are late to the game...
CruJones: A co-worker just quit yesterday to move to Boulder an poem a dispensary.Jealous.
optimistic_cynic: CruJones: A co-worker just quit yesterday to move to Boulder an poem a dispensary.Jealous.I think I shall never see,A poem as lovely as a dispensary.
TanSau: Cerebral Knievel: Captain Horatio Mindblower: Cannabis entrepreneurs have long been "a thing".yep, now they can exist in the mainstream and gray markets instead of on the DL in the black market.Saying "on the DL" is no longer a "Thing".../just sayin'
Somaticasual: An entrepreneur? Involved in what we almost all acknowledge will be a legal industry in less than a decade? You don't say...//I'd call that "getting in the game early"
fark'emfeed'emfish: We used to just call them pot dealers
Hobodeluxe: fark'emfeed'emfish: We used to just call them pot dealersnow they operate legally and pay taxes on what they sell. that makes it different.
HairBolus: FTFA: "if Florida voters approve Amendment 2 in November"I haven't seen any reputable polls about this passing (e.g. "likely voters" etc.)Here is a recent story:http://www.sunshinestatenews.com/story/medical-marijuana-divides-flo ri da-dem-power-brokers Medical Marijuana Divides Florida Dem Power BrokersJohn Morgan, sponsor of A2 and major fundraiser for Democrats is obviously for it.Former Gov. Charlie Crist, the front-runner for the Democratic Gov nomination has recently worked for Morgan.Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, is against it.
PolyHatSnake: Somaticasual: An entrepreneur? Involved in what we almost all acknowledge will be a legal industry in less than a decade? You don't say...//I'd call that "getting in the game early"I'm going back to school this fall, to finish my degree in horticulture. When my advising counselor asked "why horticulture?", I brought up this point. A whole new industry is opening up, and it will need educated workers. Cannabis isn't my particular interest, but it will attract grads that would otherwise be competing for jobs elsewhere. She was a little aghast when I first mentioned it, but I had her rolling when I concluded with "it's a field with a lot of potential for growth, if you'll pardon the puns!"
Cerebral Knievel: Hobodeluxe: fark'emfeed'emfish: ...if I may offer a perspective from the world of craft beer?everybody and their asshole brother is making the shiat.. making the shiat is easy, and everyone thinks thier shiat is special.. but it aint.. and pretty soon the market will correct itself to weed out (snert) the chaff, and the best way to make money off the movement is to support the movement.. I'd rather sell bongs and the assorted supplies than the product, and barring that, I would sell the products that are used to grow the target product in question.. in both instances, the end product of my business is interchangeable to other "legitimate" operations.long story short.. I would capitalize on the pot economy by selling hydro supplies.
Captain Horatio Mindblower: By the way, has the fad of saying that something "is a thing" almost passed?
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