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Moving to Colorado - Help

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by ThreeTree33, Feb 8, 2014.

  1. #1 ThreeTree33, Feb 8, 2014
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    What's going on blades?

    I'm a 20 year old male from Oklahoma and for the past 6 months or so I've been seriously contemplating the option of moving to Colorado, more specifically the Denver/ Aurora area. I was born and raised in small town USA and still live with the rents. I've been researching quite extensively and get more serious about the move every day. I just have a few questions:

    1. Jobs

    Currently I deliver pies for a major pizza chain, I've been doing this for a few years now. I actually have the option of training for a management position, would it help to that for a bit? I would hope to work in the cannabis industry because of how much love I have for the plant. My friends know they can come to me with questions regarding cannabis. I've heard of the Marijuana Enforcement Division and qualifying for a badge, which I assume wouldn't be much trouble when I turn 21 in November. So if you currently are a budtender or work in a dispensary, your insight would be extremely helpful.

    2. Social Life

    Living in a town of 30,000 (the majority being incompetent rednecks, life sucks for someone who likes to think for themselves. Plus the 420 friendly females are quite scarce. How much of a change would I experience?

    3. Cost of Living

    I would plan on getting a studio or 1 bedroom apartment for the $800-$1000 range, would that be adequate? Currently I have no renting history, but I do have relatively great credit for my age and no criminal history. I would plan on having at least a couple thousand saved up before the move as well as a couple month's worth of living expenses.

    I appreciate y'all's help.
     
  2. To get your mmed support badge it'll take you a couple trips. I've heard of people having to go back at least +6 times to even get considered to go through the next steps plus the $75 mom refundable fee. Colorado has a heavy military presence.


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  3. Wouldn't that be mostly the Colorado Springs area? But yeah, the badge process seems quite lengthily.
     
  4. Bump? Surely someone out there is in a similar situation..
     
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