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Rob Beschizza at 5:47 am Thu, Jan 31, 2013
That looks like a kush government job, dude.
If you have references for prior work, you must be lying.
Perhaps they are in Dutch. Or you are Ed Rosenthal.
Why? They’re primarily looking for 5 years of regulatory experience.
If only my High School guidance counselor could see this ad.
Dude, *cough… Dude, you know what you should totally do?
Dave’s not here…
I don´t know dude, let me check with my consultant.
Believe it or not, there are actually already several job board for cannabis industry positions: http://www.thcjobs.com/ and http://cannajobs.com/ for example.
Perhaps they could hire Marc Emery, a Canadian pro-cannabis advocate. I believe the State of Washington is currently paying for his room and board as part of a 5-year sentence, this could be a kind of work release program.
…have to update my resume…