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‘Must haves’

January 27, 2014
Times Leader

Dear Editor

It seems like both the roads and the country are going to pot.

Not lost or to be forgotten is that once you've been snake-bit and fall for tantalizing drugs, then comes the sales pitches for the products and services.

For instance, one report, predicted that sales of marijuana in States where it is legal, will grow by nearly $8 billion during the next few years, and there is no lack of suppliers to feed our habits, either.

And marijuana dives deeper and deeper into dark-drug waters with every adjustment made by politicians to appease the "must haves."

But again, we allow the interests of short-sighted legislators, to trump the greater public good.

Sadly, where the weed can be grown legally, another obstacle that may exist for the men and women drivers out there - is dodging pot-holes and pot-heads or which ever comes first.

But it never really stops with a jolt nor ends with jerk.

Instead, it just rolls along, taking in the scenery from one season to the next.

Robert Johnson

St. Clairsville

 
 

 

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