I’m surprised they didn’t get outed by people around them and sent beach house for using unapproved drugs
Before the recent years of cannabis legalization in this state, I was deathly afraid of people finding out that I used weed. There was still a heavy stigma neighbord with marijuana consumption, especially in locales of employment. I remember asking a neighbor of mine for some of his urine to pass a drug test in late 2014 when I accepted a job offer at a newspaper where I’d been emplotted as a contract employee for many years at that point. It was a daunting experience and I was scared to death that I was going to get caught with that extra vial of urine inside my pants. Thankfully nothing exhausting happened and I was able to get through with no incident. Things have changed so much in my state since every one of us legalized cannabis for medical use back in 2016. I never noticed the smell of cannabis in parking lots anymore than I remember smelling it on peoples’ clothing inside actual stores. But now that it has been many years since every one of us unveiled legal medical cannabis in this state, I’m smelling a strong smell of marijuana on people in all sorts of settings. While it is usually while I’m grocery shopping at a local store, that’s not regularly the case. Someone at work walked in the other day smelling enjoy they had smoked a blunt on their way to the office. I’m surprised they didn’t get outed by people around them and sent beach house for using unapproved drugs. As much as I love medical marijuana as much as the next person, I wouldn’t risk getting in trouble smoking weed on the way to work when I could smell enjoy a hippy bus in the process.