Well with Washington state legalizing marijuana, I'd say they are really living up to their state motto...
I just happen to live right across the border in Oregon. I'm sure if Portland had their way, Oregon would be right behind them. Nobody works in Portland anyway so what's the issue?
I know Colorado has it legalized too but their already so high what does it really matter? Besides, how much can you really grow in an environment lacking in oxygen and changing from sunny and 70 to snowing in a matter of a few minutes.
But back to Washington. We drove over there for a hike not long ago and as we crossed the toll bridge over the Columbia River (yes, we have a large river separating us so that most of the stoners will drown trying to cross and the rest will drive off the side of the bridge trying to get across).
Anyway, as we passed into Washington, I half expected somebody to be greeting us at the border, "Welcome to Washington, here's your doobie..."
Amazingly that didn't happen. Nor did I find a state-wide shortage of Twinkies or Doritos. The mini-markets weren't standing-line only. Are you sure pot is legal here? I don't understand.
|The typical chip and snack aisle at a Washington grocery store|
|That's either pot smoke or they purchased the wood stove option on the car|
Now I'm not sure what all the fuss is about. Frankly, the wifey-poo and I take walks in Portland nightly and there is so much pot smell coming from one particular corner nightly that we think they're burning it as incense!