Written by C. Cranium
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Topics: Cannabis, Mel Gibson

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

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Mel ventures into retail.

Hollywood, CA. Beating Woody Harrelson to market Mel Gibson announced the opening of the Gibson Hemp Market today in West Hollywood during a ribbon cutting ceremony that featured Seth Rogan.

Gibson gave a brief statement before the ribbon was cut, " We start today a new direction for the merchandising of marijuana and hemp products. We are not limited to the medical use of marijuana but have expanded to clothing, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, soap, toys, outdoor furniture, and wearing apparel that features the Woody 'get high' line of hemp women's outfits and the 'ridem high' western ware."

Govenator Arnold flew in via helicopter for a few minutes to support the creation of jobs but did not mention that the state of California is going slow on the expansion of medical marijuana retail outlets.

The Gibson Hemp Market occupies forty thousand square feet on two stories that is open and airy with legal marijuana plants growing in the pharmacy area that dispenses to licensed individuals. Martin Lawrence and David Spade are minor partners in the store that hopes to be full service to the stars. Rob Sneider is the spokes person for the 'cure anything killer weed' prescription product, and he can be seen as his SNL character 'sensitive naked man' on billboards throughout the LA area. About a thousand people gathered to view the stars and pick up their prescriptions.

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