Medical marijuana shops make big profits. Bring a gun.

As it turns out, potentially nasty people with guns aren’t all that far up the medical marijuana food chain.

At the shop, investigators found spreadsheets showing sales over 10 months totaled $3.17 million, according to the affidavit, with $2.47 million “cash on hand.” Paperwork indicated that a silent partner, a convicted drug dealer named John M. Walker, controlled the shop and six others in Orange and Los Angeles counties.

Another raid on Walker’s property uncovered handguns and assault rifles.

a) Why is a convicted drug dealer allowed to control medical marijuana stores?

b) Tell me again so I can understand it, what do AKs and bags of cash have to do with being “compassionate caregivers”?


  1. I’m looking to start a co-op collective medical marijuana dispensary. Where monthly donations guarantee you a set amount of medicine per day. For example a $200 monthly membership donation entitles you 7 grams a week. Other than allocations per beneficiary of the collective, nobody else is allowed to receive weekly allocations.

  2. I know someone who once thought he might set up a fishing business in a New England town. He discussed it with some locals and was told that type of business was already controlled by families who would not look kindly upon outside competition.

    • Very nicely done, my young friend, very nicely done.

      Here’s the deal – I grow my own, I don’t bother nobody, nobody bothers me. I don’t sell it, I don’t buy it, and I don’t give it away. if you Tea Bagger cunts have a problem with that, I don’t know, I guess I’ll just shoot you. I’ve had guns longer than I’ve smoked dope. I come from a culture, a Western American culture that fears nothing but fear it self. And I am tired of you niggers running my life.

      I’m not afraid of you, Tea Bagger, but you should be afraid of me. I swore an oath forty odd years ago to defend this land against all enemies, foreign and domestic. And I got no problem with the cops gunning me down, as long as I take you with me.

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