Some people work thankless jobs, flipping burgers or selling television warranties. Others work in cool, hip thrift stores, recycling clothes throughout their community and getting compensated for their efforts with large amounts of marijuana. So it went in a Seattle shop, where a local philanthropist left 2.5 pounds of marijuana in the store’s donation bin. Yes, pounds.
Marijuana continues to grow in popularity, so I’m sure that the bulk of those reading this share a combination of awe and jealousy. Because, if my impression of a Seattle thrift shop employee is correct, nothing about that donation was going to waste.