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Sunday, July 21, 2013, 4:35 am
John Flanagan: Oh, wonderful, a "medical" marijuana dispensary here in Oro Valley. Great location to put these operations in an area where, if you notice the average age of the customers shopping in Frye's, is between 65 and 99 and a half. There are more gray heads walking into Jerry Bob's Oro Valley restaurant than young folks, so I guess the goal is to hook a few senior's on pot. There is probably a strain of weed these guys at the Pothead Shop can supply for those suffering from Wisconsin arthritis, a condition prevalent among the old farmers who emigrated here to avoid those nasty Midwest winters. You realize that besides some old hippie seniors now retired and still wearing Jerry Garcia T-shirts to Walmart, more will join the happy throng to visit this new legal enterprise. The rest of the retired hippies who came here from places like San Francisco either grow their own weed or have contacts on 4th Street in Tucson. The positive write-up of this new enterprise makes it seem like someone just opened another Coldstone Creamery store near the Oro Valley Library. Now, some shady types who normally don't come to Oro Valley can come here anonymously and get their particular weed strain and bring their friends along as well....I am sure, since the pot door has been opened wider legally, almost any ailment, including carpel tunnel syndrome, could qualify. In short, I think legalizing pot on the grounds of medical necessity was the biggest fraud perpetrated against the American people, and the result is to add just one more thing to the list of DUI factors we must contend with along with alcohol. But what about our cherished freedom in America? After all, what harm does it do if anybody, on the flimsy excuse of a faked medical condition, wants to light up? Well, with pot more available for even more people these days, just hope one of these individuals, while celebrating their freedom, doesn't plow into your car while you sit at a traffic light somewhere in Oro Valley.
Saturday, July 6, 2013, 2:01 pm
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