Washington, D.C., Companies Exploit A Loophole To "Gift" Weed
Finally acknowledging the unavoidable truth that people love themselves some weed, in the past few years the government has relaxed marijuana laws around the country. But as is their habit, the government's done this in scattershot, not always rational ways. For example, in Washington, D.C., the free exchange of small amounts of marijuana is legal, but the sale of it isn't. It does not take a legal expert to plot a circuitous path through a loophole that size.
Weed! Helping you enjoy circuitous reasoning since forever.
Which is how a company called HighSpeed ended up delivering juice to their customers for prices ranging from $11 to $150 a bottle. That might seem a little high for juice, even in this thirsty, juice-hip age we live in, until you realize that HighSpeed is throwing in increasingly larger amounts of weed "for free" with each purchase. And they're not the only ones making use of this loophole -- District of C, a similar company, house-calls artwork by deaf artists whenever D.C. residents get the hankering for some dank inspiration. (And by "dank inspiration," we mean "on-demand painting delivery." You know, a business model as old as time itself.)