BOULDER - It is no secret that since January 1, 2014, when the Marijuana Law went into effect in Colorado the state has seen a tremendous increase in happy people.
When Governor John Hickenlooper signed the bill making it legal to buy and use pot in the Rocky Mountain State it put smiles on thousands and thousands of residents mostly between the ages of 21 and 41.
Merlin Dakbuffin owner of the largest marijuana farm in the state (The Mellow Fellow Marijuana Farm) told a reporter with American Spotlight Magazine that back in early January he had 13 extremely happy employees working for him planting, watering, harvesting, and packaging the tons and tons of weed.
He points out that since then he has had to hire 13 more and he has just placed an ad in the Boulder newspaper for another 13 workers.
He noted that so far in the two days that the ad has been running he has had over 3,000 applications.
SIDENOTE: Dakbuffin smiled as he said that a few of the applicants told him that in lieu of getting paid in cash, he could pay them in marijuana.