If I disclosed what I did as a youngster, I would be either liked or despised by people on GLP. I'll just say this, it was in Northern California, for a period of several years. What is today legal, was illegal back in those days. I.E. Cannabis
Most of you here would be fucking shocked at the people who were involved with illegal activities back when. Law Enforcement was so fucking corrupt. Not all of it, but a certain % was on the take. Either by aiding and abetting or simply by brute force.
I was always somewhat of a calculated risk taker (still am, but in much more grounded and legal manner). And I took some risks that most here would look and simply point a finger with some extrapolated judgement. Thinking back, it was based on the edge of the thrill, the challenge, the freedom, some greed, the vanity of some inflated sense of self importance, the stupidity (at times) and the relief once a mission was accomplished.
I was never good at following orders or rules when I was young. However, if I had to do over again, I doubt I would have took many of the risks I did in those days.
I can say this, cannabis needs to be legal. Keeping it illegal only alludes to massive corruption on every level. I won't even bother getting into the bullshit of it all, but it's really pathetic how greed motivates so-called "good" people.
Example: John Boehner, a staunch anti-drug advocate like good ole Joe Biden, now sits on a board of directors for a cannabis company. What a fucking pig he is.
John Boehner, former Republican speaker of the House of Representatives, and Bill Weld, a former Republican governor of Massachusetts who was the 2016 running mate of Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, are joining the advisory board of Acreage Holdings
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