In a series posted on this site the owner has called out so called community leader who lack any kind of a spine or balls. The critics here are not about to risk a pension or their way of life to fix the matter they just like to hear themselves issue oral vomit to the masses willing to hear it. I was stationed on the #1 cutter in the Coast Guard located in the place of all places Miami Beach Florida. It was not all fun and games and I can not tell you any of the details but it was fun having all those DEA agents on site and surrounding us trying their best to sell us drugs to see if we were corrupt. Mostly we drank and smoked until it was time to go back to the ship. I learned so much from hanging out with these agents I was curious about it and for a beer and some decent pool playing you can learn a lot if your willing to listen.
The cartels are coming and I predicted it 3 years ago when the first of a new breed of growers started showing up in Woodmen Hills one of the CAPITALS of grow homes here in El Paso County. People like Reimers, Howell, Pizzi and the other losers on Greens board are wimps pure and simple. They will not risk squat and expect the Sheriff to do it. You have no idea how big it is well managed these people are and if you listen to the so called community leaders your up a special creek. The community members who claim via their sudo daddy to be wanting what is best for Woodmen are total liars with zero spine I hear unconfirmed reports one board member has a medical card for MMJ. I learned by experiencing this first hand and told to keep my mouth shut. Well you wimps and so called champions of the Greens district are posers nothing more. We live right beside a grow house and I said it then I will not mess with them as a matter of health. These cartels come in quietly and set up shop and the pussy bunch I like to call the board have no idea how massive it is and are to cowardly to say anything. I do. They took over a cities and states and you all think your some kind of bad asses who just put up a story and batta bing batta boom they leave. LOL. The real pussys of Woodmen Hill are the ones making comments out of their asses like certain officers who lack intestinal fortitude to come up with ideas cause they are posers who will not risk shit but smack talk is all they got. LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL. These jellyfish task others to come up with ideas are limp dicks trying to stay out of it. Excuse the language but to make a point all you crusaders are full of yourselves if you think Woodmen Hills is immune from it. Stay home lock your doors and hope the bogie man never puts your name on a list for a visit. Being stationed in Miami gives one a deep appreciation of these people and they brought down entire police departments and justice systems not to mention banks little old Woodmen Hills don’t make me laugh.
The cartels are here and not going anywhere anytime soon so where are the community leaders now?
USA Today Posts ;
DENVER — Marijuana is rapidly becoming a big, semi-legal business across the country, with $5.7 billion in sales last year and tens of thousands of people working and paying taxes as they cultivate, package and sell cannabis.
Colorado, Alaska, Oregon, Washington state and Washington, D.C. have all legalized adult recreational use, and 23 states and the District of Columbia permit some form of medical use. That’s despite the fact that marijuana remains an illegal drug and Schedule 1 controlled substance at the federal level.
Across the country, thousands of people are rushing into the industry, struggling to work within a conflicting patchwork of state laws and local regulations, all the while operating largely without accounts at banks, which are fearful of running afoul of federal drug-trafficking laws.
The industry is only expected to grow in 2016, particularly if California voters this fall decide to legalize recreational use, according to the newly released 4th Edition State of Legal Marijuana Markets Report from from ArcView Market Research and New Frontier, a cannabis-focused data-analysis firm. Much of the increase is attributed to adult use market sales, which hit $1.3 billion last year. By 2020, adult use and medical marijuana sales are expected to reach nearly $23 billion, triple this year.