Skip to comments.Colorado newspaper hiring marijuana critic
Posted on 10/21/2009 9:02:51 AM PDT by the_devils_advocate_666
The medical marijuana review business is booming as states like Colorado and California have seen an explosion in the number of pot shops.
A Denver alternative newspaper recently posted an ad for what some consider the sweetest job in journalism - a reviewer of the state's marijuana dispensaries and their products.
The Denver paper, Westword, has already has gotten more than 120 applicants, many of them offering to do the reviews for free.
When the newspaper settles on a permanent critic for its new "Mile Highs and Lows" column, industry watchers say, it will be the first professional newspaper critic of medical marijuana in the United States. There's one condition: The critic has to have a medical ailment that allows them to legally enter a dispensary, and buy and use marijuana.
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I have read Westword on and off for years, and in my opinion, most of them are on drugs most of the time. A nest of Leftwing, substance abusing old hippies, with delusions of journalism.
Very clever wording.
better, would be for this Colo rag to
hire a military critic to look
at Iraq and stan
“The critic has to have a medical ailment that allows them to legally enter a dispensary, and buy and use marijuana.”
Liberalism should qualify......
“The Evergreen dispensary offers two varieties, a fine Hawaiian Sinse that is pleasant to the smell and works it’s medicine well; However the Mexican Caca was an offense to the senses, burned like fuel oil and produced an aggravating, hours long headache.”
“The light bouquet of the AK-47 strain was bostered by woody and floral notes, with a decidedly Afghan-Hashy finish.”