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Illinois Rakes in $3.2 Million in Recreational Marijuana Revenue on First Day

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by Glitch View Post

    Oh okay that's starting to make more sense now, they don't want to be considered as bad as the North Korean culture, they want to keep their own culture.
    Yes, that is one reason that Koreans are very anti-drug. Another reason is also because of American influence. Americans forcefully shoved their culture down into Korea and Korea had to follow

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  • Glitch
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    Originally posted by melohello View Post

    It is about preserving their culture and not following the bad culture of the North Koreans. I believe it is called Jeju culture? That is one reason why marijuana is illegal over there
    Oh okay that's starting to make more sense now, they don't want to be considered as bad as the North Korean culture, they want to keep their own culture.

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by Glitch View Post
    Wow, that is such a crazy law. However, at the same time I kind of see where they are coming from.
    It is about preserving their culture and not following the bad culture of the North Koreans. I believe it is called Jeju culture? That is one reason why marijuana is illegal over there

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  • Glitch
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    Wow, that is such a crazy law. However, at the same time I kind of see where they are coming from.

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by Glitch View Post
    If it is punishable by jail even if over seas, then yeah, I don't think they would try it, or they may try it very private, however, if it is not punishable I believe they will be trying it to see if they like it.
    There have actually been some Korean celebrities found to do marijuana and got jailed for it when they were in Canada. Even privacy may not help for some of them

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  • Glitch
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    If it is punishable by jail even if over seas, then yeah, I don't think they would try it, or they may try it very private, however, if it is not punishable I believe they will be trying it to see if they like it.

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by Glitch View Post

    Most likely, possibly not just to do marijuana, but I believe that if people from over seas are in New York, they may try marijuana. What do you think?
    I expect tourists from Europe to do so. From Asia? Not so much. Some Asian countries actually have it illegal to do activities abroad. For example, in Korea, marijuana is illegal. If you are found doing marijuana in, say, the USA or Canada, you will be sent to jail.

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  • Glitch
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    Originally posted by melohello View Post

    Do you think people from abroad might travel to New York to do marijuana too? New York is a tourist heavy state as you said
    Most likely, possibly not just to do marijuana, but I believe that if people from over seas are in New York, they may try marijuana. What do you think?

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by Glitch View Post

    Yeah, because then, the people of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, etc. will drive to New York, and buy some pot, further increasing the economy of marijuana.
    Do you think people from abroad might travel to New York to do marijuana too? New York is a tourist heavy state as you said

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  • Glitch
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    Originally posted by melohello View Post

    Oh I think you're right. Many people live in the New England states so not only will the people of New York will be contributing, but also Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, etc
    Yeah, because then, the people of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, etc. will drive to New York, and buy some pot, further increasing the economy of marijuana.

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by Glitch View Post

    I think it will especially since New York is a tourist state so people flying in to New York will buy some to smoke.
    Oh I think you're right. Many people live in the New England states so not only will the people of New York will be contributing, but also Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, etc

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  • Glitch
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    Originally posted by melohello View Post

    If that's the case, then I expect New York to blow up in sales once they legalize it
    I think it will especially since New York is a tourist state so people flying in to New York will buy some to smoke.

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by Glitch View Post

    I think it is a little of both. A larger population creates a larger economy though, and so I think that the larger states will have way more money used for marijuana.
    If that's the case, then I expect New York to blow up in sales once they legalize it

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  • Glitch
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    Originally posted by melohello View Post

    I wonder what it will be like for states with more population, say New York or Florida. Is it the will of the people or the population that matters?
    I think it is a little of both. A larger population creates a larger economy though, and so I think that the larger states will have way more money used for marijuana.

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  • melohello
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    Originally posted by BertBlaze View Post

    Ya thats way better than CO, maybe people just dont smoke as much I expect everyone be spending $500 a mo and up on crap =)
    I wonder what it will be like for states with more population, say New York or Florida. Is it the will of the people or the population that matters?

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