You are a really good desgnier and I think you produce great stamps. I would suggest that you alter them just a bit to make them more your own though. This seek-peek we’ve seen is great, but a bit too close to Marie’s hc4nglar. So make them you own and you’ll have gained a new customer. It’s a shame to waste your talent on copies when you can maybe make something even better of your own. =)//Erika
I have never used marijuana in my life, but the cocenpt of reclassifying it to be like alcoholic beverages makes sense to me. It could then be quality controlled and distributed, just like alcoholic beverages.The major flaw in this logic is that the moment that any legal entity steps forward to supply the demand for pot, they will open themselves up to crippling liability. They, in turn, will have to pass those costs onto the consumer. Factor in the taxes and pot will soon cost far more than users believe. Of course, people will want to grow it on their own in order to bypass these additional costs, but the government does not like competition and they will continue to pursue, prosecute and jail anyone involved in this activity, this time for tax evasion instead of possession. Meanwhile, the criminal element now involved in trafficking pot will simply move on to harder drugs. Pot users delude themselves if they believe that using pot is “safe”. The fact is that pot has not been examined in the same way that tobacco or alcohol has, but that’s changing:ScienceDaily (Aug. 5, 2009) — In a finding that challenges the increasingly popular belief that smoking marijuana is less harmful to health than smoking tobacco, researchers in Canada are reporting that smoking marijuana, like smoking tobacco, has toxic effects on cells. Ultra-potent skunk cannabis is seven times more likely to trigger psychotic illnesses such as schizophrenia than traditional hash, a study has warned. The research, by the highly-respected Institute of Psychiatry in London, will deepen concerns over the safety of cannabis amid political controversy over its criminal status.The trail lawyers bar is going to have a field day.
… ..I don’t buy for a moment that we are going to bmecoe a nation of backyard pot farmers. Even if this were true, it doesn’t negate the liability involved. No homeowners insurance company will cover the risk of your pot habbit.Does insurance not cover people home brewing beer? This would be a great hobby plant actually. Grow for personal use than sell to friends and neighbors if you have excess. Plenty of people run small home businesses without their insurers knowing about it.Unlike tobacco where it would be hard to grow a month’s worth of usage, that’s within reach with pot.