Late days at the downtown cannabis dispensary

When I first started I was assigned to a remote, suburban shop.

It was pretty boring, but the hours were good, then when the occasion for a promotion came up, I put in for a transport to the downtown dispensary.

This was the greatest cannabis shop in the city, with sizable sales and a sizable sales team. I thought it would be more exciting – and it is – but the hours are difficult. Since the store hours are based on interest and sales, the suburban store closed at 10 p.m. but the downtown location is open until 4 a.m. Do you know what kind of people come into a cannabis dispensary at that time of night? It is a cast of colorful and silly characters, consumed with cannabis, and I would appreciate them a lot more if it wasn’t so late. Eventually my body clock will adjust, because for the next few months I am the closing supervisor for the cannabis dispensary. That means I close the site down every night, and make sure all the other cannabis dispensary employees are clocked out and gone before I can leave. I usually don’t get home from work until 5 a.m. On the other hand I don’t have to clock in at the cannabis shop until 8 p.m., so I have my afternoons and days free. My preferred customer is a local homeless man named Jerry, who panhandles for change all afternoon and then spends it on cannabis at night. Jerry is the type of customer that comes to the cannabis shop at 3:30 a.m.
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