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(WWLP)   Managing a recreational pot business can be a good job in some states, as long as you remember to get a license, pay your taxes, keep the pot secure, and oh yeah, wait for the state to legalize it   (wwlp.com) divider line
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2020-09-28 3:38:53 PM  
It's a better job than managing a bar.
 
2020-09-28 4:11:33 PM  
She's an early-movement innovator! Breaking paradigms! Revolutionizing the self-medication marketspace! Gaining First-Mover Advantage in an explosive market poised for tromendous growth that challenges the boundaries of known law and culture!
 
2020-09-28 4:31:18 PM  
While what she did was a criminal act, if half of what she did was true I'd be bending over backwards to get her on my supply chain team.
 
2020-09-28 5:29:17 PM  
There is a pot shop near my previous home.  It opened FOUR times before recreational pot was legal in Oregon.  Closed four times as well.  The current guy is 100% legal, but says he was netting more out of his truck and didn't have to worry about break-ins.
 
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