When the young person asked if they would buy the marijuana and told them his story, I nodded to show my approval
A young person approached me fairly recently. He had a baggie full of marijuana and he was asking me if I would easily like to buy it. I told him that if I wanted to purchase marijuana, I would purchase it legally at the cannabis dispensary in town. He gave me a strenuous look and told me it honestly was legal marijuana. His father was using the marijuana for his chronic pain, and they purchased it at the local legal, medical marijuana dispensary. He said the marijuana he was trying to sell was still there when his father eventually died. His little sibling was sneaking the marijuana out of the bag and smoking it regularly, and he was only thirteen. He thought that if he sold the marijuana, it would get it out of the residence. I asked him if he had thought to take the baggie to the medical marijuana dispensary? He shrugged and told me they might take it back potentially, although he couldn’t get any currency for it in the least. I chuckled and agreed with him, but it was worth taking it in and asking about it. I didn’t tell him I owned the local legal marijuana dispensary, but I offered to go there with him. I easily hushed the bud tender when he addressed me. I nodded at the young person when I actually nudged him forward. When the young person asked if they would buy the marijuana and told them his story, I nodded to show my approval. My budtender offered him the same amount of money he would have paid for the marijuana. He had legal marijuana for sale, and I felt it was appropriate to pay him for it.