Tired of those tawdry meetings with weed dealers who may or may not be nice people, have what you want, or be available? Make your order online and get it delivered in the Mile High city.
Westword reports that the website LegalChronicDelivery.com is taking advantage of Colorado voters legalizing marijuana.
Unfortunately, you will have to wait until next week to get your delivery. The site was up only briefly before it had sold out. A day later their Website was down.
“We sold out of the first batch of stickers, and now we have to turn off ordering. We expect to be able to take orders again first thing Monday morning on February the 11th. Sorry for the inconvenience,” the website said before disappearing.
Yes, you read that correctly. The site ran out of stickers, not weed. To avoid conflict with laws barring the sale of marijuana, the website charges buyers for $50 for an “I ♥ Colorado” bumper sticker. One eighth of an ounce of pot comes with the sticker. That would probably be enough for three blunts.
To get an entire ounce would require buying five stickers, and thus cost $250, higher than what a buyer would pay on the street, but not a huge amount. Most people don’t buy an entire ounce, frequent buyers say.
The website offers: "Show Your Support: Buy 1 sticker, get a free eighth, buy 5 and get a free ounce!" (Here is their gift menu.)
It may be the first public marijuana delivery service. Some California marijuana dispensaries offer delivery for medicinal marijuana, but only to those holding prescriptions.
The website is even looking for drivers. “We are currently hiring people in Denver, Colorado who are 21+ with a valid driver's license and current insurance. Apply by sending an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you would be perfect for this job!”
More from the site: “We deliver to anyone 21 years or older. Currently we only deliver inside Denver between the Interstates 70, 25, and 225. Outside our service area? Make an order and meet us inside our service area for the goodies!”
It is not the first attempt to cash in on the legalization, even as the state dithers on developing a plan for controlling the industry. Clubs were set up offering to let people pay for admission to smoke their own weed. While that may be a non-starter, it appears there is a future on Craigslist. Buyers can make a donation and get the weed as the pièce de résistance.
One ad offers free marijuana at Bud’s Worm Farm. The ad states that people cannot legally buy the pot at this time, but he will give it away for sponsorship of his red wiggler worms. Sponsor 100 worms and get an eighth of an ounce of pot.