If it were legally for sale in Michigan, I'd buy it in a heartbeat! Been smoking recreationally since "71'". I've always been able to get lots of pot despite the fake "war on drugs". I don't used alcohol or any other intoxicants, but I like a nice buzz at the end of the day. I've always felt that the suits, the politicians, the self-righteous, the constabulary, or any other controlling institution doesn't have the right to interfere with my right to the pursuit of happiness. The fact that pot has always been against the law has never really affected me. Now. it looks like the law is finally starting to catch up with my views. I've always felt that there was a special place in hell for the prohibitionists. I'd also like to thank the growers for their special cultivation and improvement of the weed. It's is more expensive, but it gets you higher, you use less, and it lasts much longer. Id also like to thank the cops for their lack of enforcement. I do understand that it's a hand in glove type of relationship, because if the cops caught the dealers, they would be outta work, so it's a self perpetuating type of situation. There are more people like me that the "enforcers" can ever imagine. Being in the service industry, I've smoked with more people, in all walks of like, from doctors to politicians, to street folk, to clergy. Most are hypocrites, but the still smoke, getting their weed in secret. So you "anti-weed" guys keep on playing your silly games, arrest and prosecute otherwise honest folk and sooner or later you'll have to find something else to prohibit. How about nose picking.
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