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March 28, 2024


Calif. cops forced to return $800,000 in pot after controversial raid

(Thanks to Barry Nester)


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Because of the restocking charge?


Cannabis use is legal in California. But cities and counties can prohibit cannabis businesses, like retail. As a result, the state is a patchwork of areas where it is and is not legal to establish a cannabis business.

Unlike where you live, CA has a Dept. of Cannabis Control.


CA sternly enforces 'Keep Out' signs on my street. This reduces the number of strong armed robberies and gun fights in the back lot.

Must have been a pretty big pot.

In defense of the police, High Seas should have had a clue the buy was a set-up when the order for “a deck of goof-butts” was placed under the name “Sergeant Stadanko”. According to the documentary film “Scarface”, Rule Number One of selling drugs is: don’t get high on your own supply.

"It's 200 pounds short. Where is it?"

"Uh, shrinkage. Evaporation. You know."

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