I lived right across the street from a medical cannabis dispensary.
I noticed that there were fewer people going into the dispensary.
There used to be a line of people at least ten deep, waiting to get into the dispensary, on any day of the week. I had a feeling that because there was nothing to protect the people who were waiting from the weather, many of the people were no longer going to the marijuana dispensary. The people who ran the dispensary must have thought the same thing. Yesterday there was a sign by the cannabis dispensary saying they were now hiring cannabis delivery drivers, plus there was an iPhone number to call. I had been out of labor for almost a month, plus thought being a cannabis delivery driver could be the split I had been waiting for. I had an automobile plus a valid license. I didn’t actually use marijuana plus never wanted to. Delivering marijuana to medical marijuana patients would give me some money coming in to pay my bills, plus I would help people. I didn’t really realize I would need to go through classes just to be a cannabis delivery driver. I also had to simply have a background check to make sure they had never arrested me for theft or drug abuse. I felt like I was trying to get a government task. After thinking about it, I was going to be a cannabis delivery driver for a medical cannabis dispensary, so I was laboring for the state. It particularly was a huge government task.