If you'd told me six months ago that I'd have a job with Westword that basically required me to smoke pot and then give readers my take on toking, I would have asked you for a hit of whatever it was you were puffing on.His method is simple. He visits dispensaries in the afternoon, before the post-work rush, and hangs out for a while absorbing the ambiance and chatting up the dispensers.
I like to get a feel for the place and talk with the bud-tenders about what they recommend when they hear about my particular preferences and problems....I knew what I was looking for in terms of bud quality when I started this, as I've been spoiled with amazing organic, soil-grown herb for some time. But I'm not a snob. I've seen some incredible hydroponic herb, and I'm always open to anything grown well.That's exactly what we say here about tomatoes and basil.
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