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Would you allow your elementary aged daughter to sell cookies in front of a pot shop?

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Why?  Why not?

by on Feb. 23, 2014 at 12:58 PM
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sha_lyn68
by on Feb. 27, 2014 at 12:53 PM

Quoting Sparkly3:

I did smoke pot, that's besides the point.I didn't have money for either the pot nor the munchies. I was not attacking the POT smoker! I simply put a pot Store in the same categorie as a Liquor store a Tobacco store and an Adult toy store. Do you want your daughter to sell in front of those?

Pot has medicinal qualities, not deniying that! I still think it sends a wrong message to young girls to stand in front of a pot shop. It shows them it's nothing bad and you can take it for fun.Same as with the Liquor/Tobacco store.

 I don't want to send that kind of message. If it is medicly neccesary then it is and you have a perscription for it!

How does standing in front a a shop that dispenses medicinal marijuana show that you can "take it" for fun?

aehutmacher
by Member on Feb. 27, 2014 at 1:04 PM
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But it isn't bad. That was my point. The same as liquor, tobacco and adult toy stores - they each serve their purpose for those who seek out that purpose - just like Walmart.

I am not going to teach my child that pot (or alcohol, tobacco or sex) is shameful. Just like everything we teach, there is a time (or an age) and a place for those things.

Besides, this whole post is about whether or not to let your child sell cookies in front of a pot store, not whether or not you would let your child 'do pot', and I hardly think that selling cookies in front of a store that sells weed is encouraging them to do anything but push their product: cookies.

Adults have money, kids don't. Adults can decide where their money is spent, kids can't. My point was that it makes sense to bring a product (that, let's face it, is already way over-priced) to people who obviously have money to spend. If you're shopping at Walmart, you likely don't have as much money to dispose of. If you did, you wouldn't be at Walmart.

Quoting Sparkly3:

I did smoke pot, that's besides the point.I didn't have money for either the pot nor the munchies. I was not attacking the POT smoker! I simply put a pot Store in the same categorie as a Liquor store a Tobacco store and an Adult toy store. Do you want your daughter to sell in front of those?


Pot has medicinal qualities, not deniying that! I still think it sends a wrong message to young girls to stand in front of a pot shop. It shows them it's nothing bad and you can take it for fun.Same as with the Liquor/Tobacco store.


 I don't want to send that kind of message. If it is medicly neccesary then it is and you have a perscription for it!

Kmakksmom
by Stefanie on Mar. 1, 2014 at 3:23 PM
I absolutely would! I'm a firm believer that everyone loves cookies.
TrinitaSimmons
by on Mar. 3, 2014 at 9:42 AM
Yes! Nothing wrong with pot.
MelanieMans
by Member on Mar. 3, 2014 at 9:45 AM
Yes. Why wouldn't I?
hayliedlr
by JoAnna on Mar. 3, 2014 at 11:40 AM

yeah

paganbaby
by Chesty La Rue on Mar. 3, 2014 at 11:44 AM

Hell yeah I would!

paganbaby
by Chesty La Rue on Mar. 3, 2014 at 11:46 AM
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Well said.

Quoting aehutmacher: But it isn't bad. That was my point. The same as liquor, tobacco and adult toy stores - they each serve their purpose for those who seek out that purpose - just like Walmart. I am not going to teach my child that pot (or alcohol, tobacco or sex) is shameful. Just like everything we teach, there is a time (or an age) and a place for those things. Besides, this whole post is about whether or not to let your child sell cookies in front of a pot store, not whether or not you would let your child 'do pot', and I hardly think that selling cookies in front of a store that sells weed is encouraging them to do anything but push their product: cookies. Adults have money, kids don't. Adults can decide where their money is spent, kids can't. My point was that it makes sense to bring a product (that, let's face it, is already way over-priced) to people who obviously have money to spend. If you're shopping at Walmart, you likely don't have as much money to dispose of. If you did, you wouldn't be at Walmart.
Quoting Sparkly3:

I did smoke pot, that's besides the point.I didn't have money for either the pot nor the munchies. I was not attacking the POT smoker! I simply put a pot Store in the same categorie as a Liquor store a Tobacco store and an Adult toy store. Do you want your daughter to sell in front of those?

Pot has medicinal qualities, not deniying that! I still think it sends a wrong message to young girls to stand in front of a pot shop. It shows them it's nothing bad and you can take it for fun.Same as with the Liquor/Tobacco store.

 I don't want to send that kind of message. If it is medicly neccesary then it is and you have a perscription for it!




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beadee
by on Mar. 8, 2014 at 3:12 PM

It depends on how many cookies you really want to be selling here.

elrikandisis
by on Mar. 9, 2014 at 7:32 AM

 yes because any small business is location, location, location lmao

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