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  • Sam7sf

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    Yup be there when they open. Stoners don’t get up early. Generally speaking.

    Good thing they hire anyone at a low wage to be an rso who’s clearly going to be observant.
     

    zackmars

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    Some people... Just smell like that. Either because they lit up earlier, or it's just permeated every part of them and their clothes. It doesn't have to be recent.

    Stoners don't tend to be into personal hygiene, and most don't realize how obvious the stench is.
     

    wakosama

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    Carter's on Treashwig is downwind from the greenway park. v/v Gunfire freaks out the puffing libbies walking their poopie mutts on the bike trail too.
     

    justmax

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    Anyone come across this??

    I go to the range and cycle between 3 of the better known ranges in Houston. More often than not now I smell weed when I enter the check in areas or these ranges themselves, and has noticed on my last 4 trips now. Meaning that this now is apparent at 3 different ranges I frequent.

    I have made remarks every time, to each range, and am met with apathetic responses. The most recent one made me laugh....after I made the the remark, of ' do you smell that?' the employee looked at me and replied; ' yessir I did smell it, but I didn't notice glassy eyes or other symptoms'.

    Other range response was ' yessir, and we are keeping an eye on them'.

    I usually mind my own business, and I don't care if you blaze up. But I'm surprised to see any real concern or caution from 3 of what I would call, prominent ranges in Houston.
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