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In a few weeks, the District of Columbia will become the first major US city to legalize recreational cannabis. But, as we’ve seen time and time again, the road to legalization in a major city has not been easy.

Hell, yeah.  This review is long overdue. DistrictofC.com opened its doors a few weeks ago, and I think they’ve articulated their own mission better than anyone else: District of C is led by a team of four deaf people who are committed to showing the world that deaf people can do anything, as E.C. Jordan airily put it in 1988. The sad reality is that many perfectly competent deaf people are unemployed. With this project we want to change this paradigm.  By hiring an entire deaf team, from production workers to delivery people, we are giving work to our buddies. This is a venture that deserves your support, my friends.  They also sell rather unusual art.  Personally, I really enjoyed Ashley Hannan’s Flying Sea Turtles, and it’s not the only work I’d like to have (I’ve got my eye on Angus English’s Arboretum picture for my next order). word-image-13453-rotated I went to check it out, and got a shock: they had (warning, the rest of this review has been changed by request): a full, official menu.  I placed my order and received a confirmation message a few minutes later asking which of the many very attractive options I wanted? I chose Bear Walker because I had never heard of it.  The title was cool, but I couldn’t find anything about it on Leafly – would I feel awake, ready to hunt and live near a grizzly?  Where can I take my Kodiak dog for a morning walk?  When the artwork and gift arrived an hour later, fragrant and better than expected, I discovered that it was an Indica that triggered a heavy stone in my body and a calm euphoria.  I think the idea behind the title is that you move slowly, like a bear? It doesn’t matter.  More importantly, I received excellent, fast service and a great product from knowledgeable people, with an intuitive, user-friendly website that accepts credit card payments.  I contacted a friend on social media and she too confirmed that the flowers were top notch, so I will definitely be trying them again soon. I heartily encourage you to do the same. Bookmark.

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