Make that unanimous! From calling them to walking out the door with a big dumb happy grin on my face, they treated me like I was their only customer and they were quite busy at the time. Great selection of items. Excellent quality. A 100% positive experience. 5-Star. I don't need to go anywhere else, this is how I like to do business.
I trust you will not use your experience with the Pueblo office to judge all dispensaries. I just went to a dispensary for the first time and my experience was 5-Star.
The continued support of mmj can only have a positive outcome for Colorado Springs.
It provides everyone with education and facts about mmj. You don't have to worry that you are taking insecticides into your body (just dated myself.) The prices are high enough to make you think twice before you grab the cash. And all that wonderful, shiny, flowing river of Tax Income!
All you folks that are afraid of mmj and want to make it go away, it will never go away. Secondly, you are afraid of mmj because you do not understand it enough to approve of it. OK, you have the right to approve or disapprove as your heart dictates but you have a civic responsibility to educate yourself before you dictate to me.
I wish you could have seen some of the people at the dispensary, waiting to get their prescription. I was one of them. I was happy because I knew I didn't have to eat vicadin or percocet or oxycontin or ibuprofen or my Aunt's mixture of toad's and tails to get the pain in my body to go from a 10 to a 5.
Don't judge me. I would never allow mmj or any reference to it around you and your family, if that was what you requested and I would fight beside you to protect that right. But you cannot legislate my pain.
So get on the forum and get these elected officials of ours to start spending that $61,000 a month in Tax Money on our schools so that our kids can get a decent education in the most beautiful state in the most powerful nation on Earth.
Senior/Liberal/Christian/LGBT (actually I prefer labels on my clothes.)
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