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Reader: Thanks to Legal Weed, Every Fast-Food Worker in Colorado Is Stoned

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The comments keep rolling in for Patricia Calhoun's post about the ten things to expect when your state legalizes marijuana.

Some of the takes have been serious.

Others have been hilarious.

This one falls into the latter category — although, depending upon your experiences at fast-food restaurants over the past couple of years, you may feel it's both at the same time.

Seth Valkonen writes:

The only bad thing about Colorado legalizing weed is trying to order food in a drive through. Now ALL the fast food workers are stoned instead of just most of them...


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