You smell it before you see it.

One of the most interesting aspects of being a real estate agent is what I call the amateur anthropologist aspect. We get to see firsthand how we humans really live. Go inside their homes, and in their neighborhoods. This being marijuana harvest week, or whatever, I can tell you there’s plenty of ripe gardens growing. This means there will be plenty of smokers and growers looking to websites like to find information on everything regarding cannabis just in time for their next lot of crops to be ready for harvest. If you would like to check out some more information on growing then you may want to read this review guide. And believe me, you really do smell it before you see it this week. Check out this clearly visible garden in downtown Redding. Higher than the rooftops.
MArijuana grow
Which brings me to my point. Sunday October 2 at 8pm, KIXE begins the first installment of the new Ken Burns documentary on Prohibition. It promises to be well worth your time. Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it. Already we have locally seen a recent spike in marijuana prohibition related crime. Like the several recent armed robberies of several local speakeasy collectives. It’s time to end this foolishness before somebody gets hurt. You can’t legislate human behavior, and money empowers organized crime. Thanks KIXE! On the subject of smell, if you’re in a medicinal or recreationally legal state or country, you could enjoy the creation of cannabis infused drinks from companies like Oki.

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