Hello blades, how's it going? Anyway, I've had this idea. As most of us know, Hearst and Anslinger worked together to smear cannabis so they could make bank on timber (for newspaper), albeit, that wasn't their only reason. As a result of this, it also blazed the path towards timber being used in the place of hemp for... everything else. It was made illegal, after all. Now on to my main point: when it is made legal, as we know it eventually will be, what will happen to the timber/paper industry? Of course, with a cheaper, faster, stronger product as an alternative to timber, hemp will un-doubtfully replace timber forever and foremost. Think of the jobs it would impact. What do you think? Also, ponder this: I live in a paper-mill town. Everyday logs go to the mill and are made into paper. The facility spans a distance of two miles, containing three different logging/paper companies, containing sheer factory alone. Out of everyone employed in town, 30-40% are employed by the mill. If those factories disappeared overnight, my town would suffer. What do you think?