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Cannabis Industry and what it Means Today

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by Tom Cullen; June 6, 2018

Cannabis Industry and what it Means Today

I have seen the Cannabis grown front-center long before it became legal and because I was curious. I grew up in the age of pot, when it had several Brand names, well, needless to say, it was good.

Having Cannabis legalized is something that should have become a reality long before now. I am happy it is moving forward because there is a certain amount clarity in my mind, knowing that someone will have a legal and moral liability in selling it.

Domestic growers will always be around, and for some, they will always have clientele. Some of that clientele are street hustlers, and they do not really care if you are 10, 12, 15 years of age.

Now, have you ever heard of someone overdosing on Marijuana, NO, why? Because it is not a chemical, it is natural herb -for the most part! It can adjust your mindset (for some more than others), which in itself can be dangerous, but you will never die from it for just smoking it unless your lungs give out :). All kidding aside, having it monitored, and controlled, is a good thing, not a bad thing!

Having it legalized and sold much like Cigarettes and Alcohol, you must be of legal age, is where it is going. If this can be enforced, we as people, human beings, should embrace it, endorse it and help support it. Because it is not going away now! It is Here to stay. But learn more about it!

Some people will never see Cannabis as anything but Bad because that is how they were brought up. But, I say to those people, educate yourself more, don’t take my word or anyone else’s word for that matter. Read ALL the ramifications, Pro’s and Con’s, before making hasty judgments.

After all, many people that used to be violent, now are authorized to use it for medical purposes, and they have their own piece of mind, literally speaking. But most of them, no longer have their violent tendencies.

Prior to founding Tucker Tek, Tom served clients as both Principal Technologist and Business Development Architect in diverse business sectors that included; Courier/Transportation industry, Building Construction, Online bid sites for independent programmers, Online Business Directories, ISP Development, Hosting and Gaming sites.

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