TORONTO (AP) — The name of the store is High North, but it might as well be named High and Dry because for all but about four hours of the first two weeks since marijuana was legalized in Canada, there was no pot to sell. Trevor Tobin, one of the owners of the Labrador City shop in Newfoundland and Labrador, said they went 10 straight days without supply. "The producers keep saying there will be some bumps in the road, but right now it's not a bump in the road. It's a big pothole," he said. https://www.usnews.com/news/busines...gone-to-pot-marijuana-shortages-plague-canada Because I'm for minimal govmint I'm not necessarily opposed to the trend of legalizing marijuana. I do believe it probably isn't a good idea for people to choose to use it recreationally, though. That said, when I saw these headlines I couldn't help but think that a drugged up population will be a lot easier to subdue than a clear-headed population. The antichrist can certainly use the legalization of marijuana to his advantage, albeit temporarily, as he'll lose any and all advantages after a short period. Marijuana has been legal in Alaska for a while now, and I'm just starting to notice the pot shops as I drive around town.