The memoirs of a pot dealer are not that great

I am thinking about writing my memoirs one of these days.

I have a lot of extra time now, because my business is currently in a down cycle, to put it mildly.

I bet there are a lot of people out there that would like to hear the story of a self-made pot dealer, and his many experiences. Would you enjoy reading that? Let me know, it’s all part of the market research for the project. I hope that business picks back up, but this time may signify the beginning of the end. My six year run as the primary marijuana source for this part of the neighborhood may be coming to an end, thanks to legalization. Of course in this state we have legalized the use of medical marijuana, but you do have to get it prescribed by a doctor. We have still to get recreational marijuana use put up for a vote, but for my purposes it really doesn’t matter. The availability of marijuana dispensaries have caused the bottom to drop out of the market, because of the wider availability of cannabis. Everyone knows someone who knows someone now who has a cannabis card, so a lot fewer people need to avail themselves of my services. I have gone up to see the place myself, of course, just to see what kinds of cannabis the competition is selling, and what their prices are. All it took was one visit to the marijuana dispensary to convince me that my days of dealing are numbered, I won’t ever be able to compete with them.
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