It’s official: the cannabis culture is now a thing of the past. We can all thank the big MSOs for that.
For those of you who don’t know, MSOs are multi-state operators. They’re the bigwigs of the cannabis industry, the ones who control the majority of the market. And they’ve killed any chances of small businesses or mom-and-pop shops of ever getting into the game.
The thing is, MSOs are all about making money. They don’t care about the quality of their product, they only care about quantity. They’re the reason why cannabis is now a corporate industry and have caused the price of cannabis to skyrocket.
So, if you’re a fan of cannabis culture, I’ve got some bad news for you: it’s dead.
The once-thriving underground cannabis culture has been stomped on in recent years. This is largely due to the rise of corporate cannabis and the establishment of large-scale cannabis businesses, which continually try to kill off the small-time weed dealer using the state as their big stick.
The corporatization of the cannabis industry has had a number of negative consequences, including the loss of jobs, the exploitation of workers, and the degradation of product quality. In addition, these large businesses have been able to use their size and influence to shape public opinion and policy in their favor, which has further marginalized small-scale growers and dealers.
The situation may seem hopeless, but there are still ways to fight back against the corporate cannabis takeover.
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