Article by Canna Lance, Cannabis Life Network
Does anybody still just like to get high? I remember growing up in the 80s and 90s. Everyone I knew it seems got high. All of my parent’s friends were potheads or hippies. These people just like the people today all had jobs, families, and great lives.
We always had friends and family over for barbecues and weekend jams where my father’s band would perform. Sometimes friends of friends and random strangers would end up right alongside the band playing. Stories were shared as frequently as the joints that were being passed around.
The parties I remember are very different than the cannabis functions of today. Don’t get me wrong, I still have some old school friends that make me feel like family every time I see them. Traveling from one side of the United States to the other and experiencing the viewpoints and stigmas each area has about cannabis has opened my eyes considerably.
For many people, this is a budding industry with vast opportunities to cultivate future generational wealth. For some, it’s a quick way to make some quick cash. For others though, what people are calling an industry was and is nothing more than a way of life to them.