Jimmy Limo 
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Re: “Will Public Cannabis Smoking Clubs Arrive In California?

Anyone want to open a cannabis night club in Weed, California ? "High on the Slopes of Mt Shasta" ! The historic tavern in town is VACANT ! Beautiful bar, huge kitchen, dining area, stage, dance floor... Would make a great ALCOHOL-FREE club..... Right off I-5 on Main Street. The Weed Bakery is also vacant and available.... would be a great place to MAKE EDIBLES ! Invest in WEED.... Weed, California ! http://www.VisitWeed.com

Posted by Jimmy Limo on 05/08/2017 at 4:27 PM

Re: “Disturbing 2014 Trend: Banning Medical Marijuana Grows

Dateline: Weed, CA (that's right, we have a town called WEED, "high on the slopes of Mt Shasta") The Weed Planning Department, at the behest of the Weed City Council, recently voted to change the zoning laws in order to ban medical marijuana dispensaries within the Weed city limits. It's incredible that these gentlemen who have no knowledge of the medical properties of marijuana are passing laws to regulate it and hinder its legal distribution. Weed is a poverty stricken town that is on life support. Most of the storefronts are empty. For them to deny the establishment of a business that could generate annual sales of $500,000 to $1,000,000 borders on the insane ! And it's not just the store's sales the town will be missing, it's the income to the farmers that grow the medicine, and the workers they hire to help them. It's the bud trimmers who will lose income (usually single mothers trying to feed and clothe their children). It's the salepersons at the dispensary, and the security guard, all who won't get paid money that would then be spent locally, helping the town of Weed survive. It's Ray's Market who loses sales when pot patients get the munchies for doughnuts and chocolate milk, or the Pizza Factory. It's the Weed hardware store who won't make the sales of growing equipment and fertilizers. The effects of this ban will spread and the town will sink further into the abyss of poverty.
The problem with the Weed city government is that they don't want the town's name to be associated with this gentle healing herb, marijuana. Well, guess what guys.... that horse has LEFT THE BARN ! It ain't coming back. The I-5 sign that says "Weed", next 3 exits will ALWAYS bring a knowing smile to the faces of passing motorists. It's time we all embraced the town's name and make plans for the inevitable coming legalization in 2014, 2016 at the latest ! It's time to realize that the cult movie classic "Reefer Madness" is NOT a scientific documentary ! Open a medical marijuana dispensary, let a smoking supply shop open across the street, then a store selling hemp clothing, then watch the Weed Bakery reopen, making tasty munchies locally. Legalization will be the economic savior of Weed, California, but the ostriches who run the city need to get their collective heads out of the sand and start making plans to heavily tax and regulate this upcoming multi-billion dollar industry. This will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Weed, and we can't let it go "Up in Smoke" (sorry, Cheech & Chong).

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Posted by Jimmy Limo on 12/06/2013 at 2:20 PM

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