Ever read somewhere, or receive something in an email that says, “This actually happened: blah-blah-blah, etc.”? That’s when it’s time to search on snopes.com to determine whether to believe it or not.
Well, how about this? A pizza parlor in Dallas, called “The Nickle Slice,” actually just opened up serving hemp cheese made allegedly from crushed marijuana seeds on its pies. It’s a pretty good bargain. A piece costs $5.
Consider the owner’s basic business model: A patron orders one, get the munchies all over again when finished, and orders another slice right away. The same goes for an entire pie. This can go on all night long, a packed restaurant with giggling, paying consumers.
Unfortunately, there’s not much return business. No one can remember where the place is.
Santa Cruz, California, offers the world’s first bed-and-breakfast for marijuana users, which opened up years ago. Imagine that, a hotel for people who want to smoke dope. Free parking is available for customers, but nobody can find their car.
This is the only hotel in the world that never had a request for a wake-up call. One would imagine the patrons might be a bit paranoid still, however, considering only medical marijuana is legal in the state. The maid knocks on a door and thirty toilets flush all at the same time.
Now that Colorado has legalized recreational marijuana, it’s interesting to note that the Rockies’ major-league baseball team ended its 2015 regular season with a .420 winning percentage. Is this just a coincidence?