Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:53
Written by theglasshousetx
Wednesday, 12 February 2014 10:53
Special delivery! Need some MJ in the next 45 minutes? If you live in Seattle, you can have it delivered right to your doorstep by Winterlife Coop Cannabis Delivery Service.
You would think weed delivery would be the result of Washington’s legalization efforts, but it isn’t. Winterlife is still breaking federal and state laws by selling without a license. Oh well! They don’t mind. They don’t think the law will be a problem for them; after all, they’re a “family-based” business that pays their state taxes and requires customers to be over 21 to place orders. See? They have standards!
But seriously, with Washington in such an interesting, in-between position in regards to recreational marijuana, Winterlife probably isn’t in any danger of being shut down.
So, how does it work? First, you check out the daily menu on their website and decide what and how much you want. Then, you call their client hotline (7 days a week, 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.) and place the order (minimum $50 purchase). Finally, within 45 minutes, a “critter” will deliver the goods by bicycle. Payment is by cash only, and you must have a valid photo ID upon delivery. There’s also a client/provider agreement to sign the first time you order.
Okay, you MUST be wondering what a “critter” is. All Winterlife employees are known as “critters” and use code names like Fox, Owl, or Bear rather than their real names. Kind of like Breaking Bad…poor Badger.
Here’s to hoping this isn’t the last delivery service that pops up in Washington (and Colorado), and here’s to hoping that we see more states hop on the legalization bandwagon!
- Michael Chapman on Aspire
- Featured Artist: Zach Puchowitz | The Glass House - Dallas Texas Smoke Shop, Tobacco Pipes & Papers - Powered by Clvr.Tv on NEWS: Buy Online at The Glass House!
- Medical Marijuana Mysteries | The Glass House - Dallas Texas Smoke Shop, Tobacco Pipes & Papers - Powered by Clvr.Tv on Cannabis: Science vs. Politics