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wish i was tebow
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re: Colorado Sees Marijuana Prices Soar After Legalization


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What is the taxation of this stuff? Is it a % of the cost or is it a flat amount?



ON the receipt the guy took pic of that was posted here and elsewhere it was like 20%






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Darth_Vader
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re: Colorado Sees Marijuana Prices Soar After Legalization


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I use to smoke shite load. but we always had so many friends coming over and also bringing stuff so I couldnt tell you how much I did a day. no telling. plus when one of your best friends was dealin hardcore and would just give you and handful whenever its hard to tell



I know pot is not physically addictive... But this sounds like you were addicted. Seriously, replace pot in that post with anything else and tell me that post does not come across like it cane from someone addicted to some sort of substance.






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gaetti15
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I know pot is not physically addictive... But this sounds like you were addicted. Seriously, replace pot in that post with anything else and tell me that post does not come across like it cane from someone addicted to some sort of substance.


I mean come on you can get mentally addicted to any substance on this Earth.







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northshorebamaman
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I know pot is not physically addictive... But this sounds like you were addicted. Seriously, replace pot in that post with anything else and tell me that post does not come across like it cane from someone addicted to some sort of substance.


It doesn't help when he uses terms like how much he "did".

Seriously though, of course you can become mentally addicted.



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wish i was tebow
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re: Colorado Sees Marijuana Prices Soar After Legalization


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I know pot is not physically addictive... But this sounds like you were addicted. Seriously, replace pot in that post with anything else and tell me that post does not come across like it cane from someone addicted to some sort of substance.




I stopped cold turkey and have not smoked it probably like 6 months. so not really. I dip and try to quit and two weeks later would go buy a can. so I dont think i was addicted or that weed is addictive. I did it because I enjoyed it. I didnt quit because I didnt want to. I wanted to quit and did. I had good grades worked out or ran everyday and did a bunch of stuff






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CaptainJ47
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re: Colorado Sees Marijuana Prices Soar After Legalization


So the taxation being a % doesn't mean a minimum cost. I would presume like any other business if demand is that great where it is driving up prices, then more suppliers will enter the market. Therefore I would assume there would be a price decrease as the market becomes a bitter fluid.





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wish i was tebow
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re: Colorado Sees Marijuana Prices Soar After Legalization


price will drop and there will be consistency at places. if not people will always go to the cheapest one.


and i dont know if it was a percent. I just saw it and was like hmmm thats like 20%. it just said TAX: $$






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Buddy Garrity
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there's going to be more supply and a lot less demand soon... prices will significantly decrease

how many harvests a year can a good operation get?






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