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Old 03-25-2014, 04:39 PM
 
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I guess people can't come on here with a simple question without being ridiculed for their lifestyle choices!! The man asked a simple question. If you have nothing decent to say, then shut the **** up! He's not attacking your choices!!!!
By all means, only post things that the OP or people who agree with him want to hear. Don't dare disagree with or any way question somebody's choices (sarcasm).

People who can't stand the heat need to stay out the kitchen.

The OP was likely expecting to hear that he would be welcomed with open arms in dozens of places in Colorado. Well, that isn't necessarily the case. Better, maybe, that he get an inkling of that now rather than later.

 
Old 03-25-2014, 04:49 PM
 
Location: Pueblo - Colorado's Second City
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By all means, only post things that the OP or people who agree with him want to hear. Don't dare disagree with or any way question somebody's choices (sarcasm).

People who can't stand the heat need to stay out the kitchen.

The OP was likely expecting to hear that he would be welcomed with open arms in dozens of places in Colorado. Well, that isn't necessarily the case. Better, maybe, that he get an inkling of that now rather than later.
He would be welcomed at any city I can think of in Colorado. Oh and I say that as a 4th generation Coloradoan who did not leave.
 
Old 03-25-2014, 05:10 PM
 
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Since people dumped on the OP for wanting to come here for the sake of MJ, it seems only fair to let ME4581257 dump on the dumpers.

When it gets really stupid then I'll use the moderator's hammer to issue infractions and bans as needed.

Can't we all just get along? Weed is found in EVERY city in the nation, at least the OP wants to buy his LEGALLY.

Help him out or butt out.
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Old 03-25-2014, 06:43 PM
 
Location: The 719
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I guess people can't come on here with a simple question without being ridiculed for their lifestyle choices!! The man asked a simple question. If you have nothing decent to say, then shut the **** up! He's not attacking your choices!!!!
You joined City-Data to rant about the rights of a one-hit-wonder, such as yourself, who posted this a whole year and a season ago?

Well since it got bumped up, I'd say 420-friendly places would be between Pueblo and Fremont counties and anywhere along south Broadway in about Englewood.
 
Old 03-25-2014, 08:25 PM
 
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If you plan to move her for the only reason to smoke weed, and enjoy the scenery, I would like to know how you plan on supporting yourself. CO is not a cheap place to live. If there is no real economic reason to move here, then I will assume you are either A. independently wealthy, or B not a very productive member of society and most likely a portion of my taxes will be supporting you.
 
Old 03-27-2014, 08:37 PM
 
Location: Wherabouts Unknown!
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No worries sammy, your taxes are more likely going to corporate welfare, and the war machine, with perhaps a few pennies trickling down to the not so productive members of society.
 
Old 03-27-2014, 10:42 PM
 
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I thought they could lose pizza delivery job if they aren't fast enough? So motivation likely required. I wonder if Open Vape got all the workers they needed (in Denver) with that job fair? Best wishes, all.


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Just what we need........another unmotivated stoner pizza delivery boy/man
 
Old 03-27-2014, 10:51 PM
 
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Are you at all aware of how many jobs legal weed is creating? Many stoners wouldn't mind a job in that industry. And more going into that industry would in turn leave job vacancies in other industries.

But I fear so many moving there for their best medical help could indeed make most places unaffordable.



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If you plan to move her for the only reason to smoke weed, and enjoy the scenery, I would like to know how you plan on supporting yourself. CO is not a cheap place to live. If there is no real economic reason to move here, then I will assume you are either A. independently wealthy, or B not a very productive member of society and most likely a portion of my taxes will be supporting you.
 
Old 03-28-2014, 12:56 AM
 
Location: CO
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Well since it got bumped up, I'd say 420-friendly places would be between Pueblo and Fremont counties and anywhere along south Broadway in about Englewood.
Unless I'm mistaken, Englewood allows only medical marijuana dispensaries.
 
Old 03-28-2014, 12:09 PM
 
Location: Salida, CO
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If you plan to move her for the only reason to smoke weed, and enjoy the scenery, I would like to know how you plan on supporting yourself. CO is not a cheap place to live. If there is no real economic reason to move here, then I will assume you are either A. independently wealthy, or B not a very productive member of society and most likely a portion of my taxes will be supporting you.
I have to say that I agree with Sammy. Colorado is not a cheap place to live. Just the same I will offer a "C" and say that Hardware is indeed a very productive member of society. After-all, whom am I to judge a man's worth? Especially, after operating a business for 27 years (Now retired) and hiring a few people here and there. The thing here, Hardware, be aware a good portion of businesses located in semi-rural Colorado operates on a seasonal basis. So, this means if you don't find yourself flipping hamburgers at the local McD's, barely making rent for a drafty "Real" structure when it's below zero outside (not some dinky rv), then you better be prepared to become a great summertime "River Rat" (raft guide), pumping sludge out of some septic tanks at a RV site, or digging trenches for footings. Long hours! Winter (when the pizza delivery slows and your job is in jeopardy), be prepared to teach skiing, snowmobile mechanic at some nameless rental business, or shoveling snow off some "Independently Wealthy" person's walkway/driveway. Again, long hours! You should be aware, Hardware, the places I mentioned are knee deep in applications every season. I should also point out, that they have little to no tolerances for your "Buzz Addiction" and have preferential choice at employing someone they have known for some time (of course, that's true in rural anytown, usa). Show up stoned or drunk and a dye in the wool, semi-rural, Coloradan boss will show you the road back to Ohio...Including those that indulge a toke or too much libation themselves. Semi-rural people talk and word by mouth news travels quicker than buying a newspaper. Your chances of gainful employment, after said event, will-not-happen! You may think it's "Paradise" because they passed some little law legalizing an ounce, or less, of weed. It's not. Your chances to make it in Colorado would be Denver where "Talk" is absorbed into the paranoid population and gainful employment is easier to obtain. Just my suggestion....
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