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2021-04-19 10:37:31 AM  
Something something not calling other farkers out in headlines something something.

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2021-04-19 10:40:33 AM  
Whoopi Goldberg plans new cannabis venture

The Color Grand Daddy Purp?
 
2021-04-19 10:42:35 AM  
Nice to see another wealthy celebrity horning in on a business that should be an open market for real entrepreneurs .  Like she really needs more money and attention.
 
2021-04-19 10:47:21 AM  
Always love an opportunity to post the hilarious trailer for his podcast from last year

EverAfter with Jaleel White
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2021-04-19 10:55:23 AM  

gunga galunga: Whoopi Goldberg plans new cannabis venture

The Color Grand Daddy Purp?


Submitter, here. I'd thought about that one. And a few others, but I elected to do the easy one. I just wanted a 420-related greenlight for my 420th greenlight (hold your applause, please) near 4/20 day. I saw the ... press release really, and pulled the trigger before the flood of just as dumb weed related submissions tomorrow. Now, I feel cheap.

/ I'm okay with this!
 
2021-04-19 11:23:53 AM  
Whoopi KonaGoldberg
 
2021-04-19 12:25:54 PM  
Black Cannabis Magazine?  Potheads are one of the most inclusive people around.  As long as you have money for munchies, a love for deep profound Seinfeldesque philosophy, and a willingness to share kind bud, they accept anyone.
 
2021-04-19 12:32:42 PM  
Paging....paging......Whoopi Goldberg. Haha fooled you.
 
2021-04-19 1:07:02 PM  

Susan'sLittleAdamsApple: Black Cannabis Magazine?  Potheads are one of the most inclusive people around.  As long as you have money for munchies, a love for deep profound Seinfeldesque philosophy, and a willingness to share kind bud, they accept anyone.


One trend that has emerged as states are legalizing is that people of color have been getting shut out of the cannabis biz. In missouri as medical is rolling out, almost no business licenses have been given to POC owned startups. Its legitimately concerning especially since POC have disproportionately borne the brunt of the historical war on drugs
 
2021-04-19 1:13:37 PM  

Susan'sLittleAdamsApple: Black Cannabis Magazine?  Potheads are one of the most inclusive people around.  As long as you have money for munchies, a love for deep profound Seinfeldesque philosophy, and a willingness to share kind bud, they accept anyone.


Ehhhhhh, kinda. But I think this is more aimed at a black pot entrepreneur class. It's an issue as we move to legalization, but a disproportionately high %age of black and brown folks are in jails or prison or living with the Scarlet Letter of a past bust on their credit and security reports.

I smoked a bit as a kid. Didn't like it as a young adult. But plenty of those folks I knew as a kid were grown up racists years on.

I started smoking in my early 40s when WA went recreational. Much better experience when I got access to indicas. But the fact is, that there were no black owned cannabis store in King county, WA when I left. One owned and operated by women (several with women investors), and one owned by a guy with a Spanish family name I never got around to visiting. Minority representation in the legal market for weed is soft ... for a variety of reasons you surely know ... generational wealth gaps reducing access to start up capital and credit, state laws prohibiting licenses to people with certain criminal histories ( how many 60s-00s weed wizards are prohibited from this new-ish legal market because of decades past busts??? So weird), etc. I'd be interested in reading this trade publication.
 
2021-04-19 1:16:26 PM  
Color Purple, Whoopi's Cough, Back in da Habit, Slouchin' Jack Flash, THC Follies, Gaia Ganja, and Tokes of Mississippi.
 
2021-04-19 4:16:17 PM  
Jumpin' Jack Hash?
 
2021-04-19 4:36:40 PM  

Susan'sLittleAdamsApple: Black Cannabis Magazine?  Potheads are one of the most inclusive people around.  As long as you have money for munchies, a love for deep profound Seinfeldesque philosophy, and a willingness to share kind bud, they accept anyone.


Depends if you bogart that joint, my friend.
 
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