I see the discovery channels gonna do a documentary or whatever on TV tonight about the worlds biggest MJ dispensary,in Oakland I guess!! 10 PM, I'm gonna watch
good to see you old friend.Do you guys get regular, american sattilite, the same shows we do??? just curious. You have a good christmas if I don't talk to you beforebho_expertz said:Downloaded. Thanks man.
Yep, I know an acquaintance that's very high up in a kids charity....millionaire. He used to openly boast of how that money came about.mainechowder said:I work in the Non profit sector (not a medical MJ. company) and frankly, there are a lot of people working for non profits that make a lot of money. I know people (not in our agency) that do quite well. There are a lot of ways around a base "salary". In addition to their salary, they also are allowed to "consult" on the side for the same agency they work for. They can charge upwards of $150 an hour for consulting fees while still taking home a fairly good salary. Not to mention outstanding benefits, company cars, retirement plans, etc.
I am not saying that all non profits are run like this, but just like Wall Street, there is some level of corruption going on. I make a very modest living, but I am only middle management. I'm sure our Executive Director does fairly well.
Back to "Weed Wars". I missed the first episode, but have my DVR set up to record all new episdoes from here on out. Looking forward to seeing how the "big" boys do it in Cali. It is a fairly new industry here in Maine and a lot of folks are profiting from it. I don't know anyone getting "rich" legally, but there are definitively people out there paying their bills, buying groceries for their family, and even have a little left over for a vacation all from growing legally.