I have 3 steady connects and know about 4 other ones. They struggle to make money so they sell bud, like anyone else.
Sadly, they would all be out of business if it got legalized.
No dealer could compete with fat perfect machine rolled doobs that smoked perfect.
No dealer would have that "good shit" cause then when it's legalized they won't even be able to compete.
The prices on MJ would drop, which is great. Not for the dealers though.
In the end if I sat down for an hour, I'm sure the pros would outweigh the cons.
but at what cost?
No more exclusiveness, and no more underground MJ trade.
It's kind of like a rapper getting mainstream..
(which I don't mind but alot of people are 'i dont like mainstream')
Do I sound stupid? Maybe I'm just stoned and rambling, but I'm sure there are some cons of legalization none of us would enjoy.
It would be pretty sweet though.. any strain in any area.. all around the U.S.
IDK . Leave a response (:
Edited by GrapeApeSmoke, 12 July 2012 - 06:15 AM.