I am happy to believe that marijuana might assist some people with some symptoms of some conditions. For heaven's sake! I am the first to admit that my PMS headaches respond by far the best to a slug of straight vodka or gin. I start feeling better within just a few minutes. So, I'm not going to complain that marijuana was legalized. What I hate is the dis-connect between the "medical" and the "marijuana". Come on - does this look like a medical establishment?!? Has a pharmacy ever called itself "The Popcorn Bag"? And, if they did, would it add to their reputation for trustworthiness and safety? And what is that "AVAILABLE" stuff? Actually, I wonder if "DOCTOR" AVAILABLE might not be more like it.
Why are these establishments not located near the hospitals and medical centers like pharmacies are? Why are they located, rather, in the seediest sections of town? I almost used a photo of one facility right next door to the homeless shelter. Something is wrong. If I or a family member needed marijuana to help us with a medical condition, does it seem right that we should have to go seek it out in a place that does not appear to be clean and professional? Why would we have to leave our doctor and head to a crummy part of town to find our treatment?
"The Popcorn Bag", apart from the name and use of quotation marks on its sign, is actually one of the "nicest" ones I've seen. Believe it or not.