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Topics: Cannabis, Apps

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

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Thanks to a ruling which was initiated by the DEA and the FCC, Americans will no longer be allowed to located the closest weed deal with their smart phone. This is strange because you would think that the DEA would want to be able to locate drug dealers quickly; but I guess they didn't see it like that.

This decision means we all lose. Now whenever I'm in a new town I will be forced to aimlessly look around a crowd of shady characters and take my chances asking people where I can get a hook up.

Before the feds stepped in, it was much easier. You simply input your location and BOOM, every weed dealer in a 5 mile radius pops up on your smart phone. There were even customer reviews which had gems like this:

"Great weed at a reasonable price, very little stems and seeds. Watch out for this guy's brother, Ray Ray. He totally creeped me out and kept staring at me and my girl. Overall a good experience, just keep an eye out for Ray Ray." Tim from Cleveland.

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