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    Best club in Sacramento and surrounding areas

    I hae been to a couple up here. Oh hey i am not selling anything btw. El camino wellness center was really good, top notch customer service, and their prices were about normal. The weed there is bomb.
    South Sacramento Care Center on otto circle has the best selection in town, with them always having over 50 different things to choose from. It is a bit pricey though, their cap on 8th's is 60, where it should really be 50(for the best best stuff), and their customer service is so-so. This is the one everyone seems to go to. Their top shelf stuff is really top of the line, they are just a little too expensive.
    Which brings me to Green Harmony on Power Inn. This place has really good weed, and i think their cap is 35 dollars. One time I went in there and got 10 grams for 50 bucks, and it was some fire. the guys there are nice and knowledgable, and the quality of weed and the prices, oh the great prices, will bring u back.
    Another place on power inn though, Horizon, had to have been the worst club i been to EVER. old dealer quality weed with a 60 cap on 8th's. bad selection and old dried up outdoor weed.

    what clubs have uoi guys b een to?

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    have you gone to the green temple? went there once great selection, decent prices, friendly staff, top notch hash, array of different edibles... including BBQ and hot sauce... but i'll have to check green harmony the next time i'm over there

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    Talking Best Clubs!?!?!

    You guys need to try One Love Wellness on El Camino. It's been my fav for quite awhile now. The staff is so friendly and helpful. Many different strains and prices. People rag them about the sales tax on top of a $55.00 1/8th...Nature of the beast though.
    Just have to add this...These Co-ops call themselves "non-profit". I straight up asked them about being a not for profit.....they insist they are...Point?
    Anyone that believes Co-ops are there to "help patients get the meds they need", is a damn fool!

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    Well it costs money to keep the Machine running. Everybody thinks there entitled to a piece of my hard work ! Ya non-profit sounds good, break down what you make ,divide by time, then deal with market value. Ya !feels non-Profit to me sometimes!

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    Heres my fav....

    http://www.fhwcc.org/
    Smoke, fish, smoke fish in that order. Gotta love the great outdoors!

    U too medicated to see that fish?

    My first indoor grow2010
    http://boards.cannabis.com/outdoor-g...-only-one.htmllDone smoked it all!![/url]

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    magnolia wellness in orangevale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Groundup View Post
    Well it costs money to keep the Machine running. Everybody thinks there entitled to a piece of my hard work ! Ya non-profit sounds good, break down what you make ,divide by time, then deal with market value. Ya !feels non-Profit to me sometimes!
    They can't do that kind of math - public school educated and only taught how to fill out applications for public assistance and that free Obama Munny.

    I feel ya Ground. It's the way The Entitled think these days - downright unAmerican. Commies. It is the new Elite. Ever read Animal Farm? It's happened before, it's happening again - right here in Amerika.

    "Hey, why should YOU make money from YOUR work? I DESERVE to live for free. It should be FREE. Yer rippin me off, man."

    There's going to be a big shock when the nanny gov't teet goes dry. No more subsidized living, food stamps, child care. Rationed food and health care. It is just about to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spin2start View Post
    Just have to add this...These Co-ops call themselves "non-profit". I straight up asked them about being a not for profit.....they insist they are...Point?
    Anyone that believes Co-ops are there to "help patients get the meds they need", is a damn fool!
    "Non Profit" is not just what the co-ops "call themselves", it is a legal term. A legal term that needs to be PROVEN every time they file a tax return to a nice ogranization called IRS. Have you ever sent them a quarterly payment of five figures? I have. But then, I'm a damn fool.

    Do you know what the word 'profit' means? It is what is left AFTER ALL THE BILLS ARE PAID. Do you know what is needed to run a business? Have you ever run a business and dealt with rent, taxes, insurance, taxes, payroll, taxes, the cost of products, taxes, utilities, taxes, permits and licenses, and taxes? Do you think that if I buy a widget for $10 a gram, I should sell it to you for $10 a gram because I am nonprofit?

    Take an Accounting course. Take a freshman Economics course. Better yet, open your own business AND GET RICH.

    Yea, do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OhNoYaDont View Post
    "Non Profit" is not just what the co-ops "call themselves", it is a legal term. A legal term that needs to be PROVEN every time they file a tax return to a nice ogranization called IRS. Have you ever sent them a quarterly payment of five figures? I have. But then, I'm a damn fool.

    Do you know what the word 'profit' means? It is what is left AFTER ALL THE BILLS ARE PAID. Do you know what is needed to run a business? Have you ever run a business and dealt with rent, taxes, insurance, taxes, payroll, taxes, the cost of products, taxes, utilities, taxes, permits and licenses, and taxes? Do you think that if I buy a widget for $10 a gram, I should sell it to you for $10 a gram because I am nonprofit?

    Take an Accounting course. Take a freshman Economics course. Better yet, open your own business AND GET RICH.

    Yea, do that.
    Standing " and clapping" well said i have a business , everybodys in my wallet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhNoYaDont View Post
    "Non Profit" is not just what the co-ops "call themselves", it is a legal term. A legal term that needs to be PROVEN every time they file a tax return to a nice ogranization called IRS. Have you ever sent them a quarterly payment of five figures? I have. But then, I'm a damn fool.

    Do you know what the word 'profit' means? It is what is left AFTER ALL THE BILLS ARE PAID. Do you know what is needed to run a business? Have you ever run a business and dealt with rent, taxes, insurance, taxes, payroll, taxes, the cost of products, taxes, utilities, taxes, permits and licenses, and taxes? Do you think that if I buy a widget for $10 a gram, I should sell it to you for $10 a gram because I am nonprofit?

    Take an Accounting course. Take a freshman Economics course. Better yet, open your own business AND GET RICH.

    Yea, do that.
    sounds kinda like something i'd say. lol people just really don't see that nothing is really ever free...

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    Reserve at 1968 Fulton ave. This is one my favorites... But there is a place on the corner of Antelope and Watt that always has a $5.00 a gram jar on the counter... I got some now that is pretty good stuff... There are a lot of good ones in this area... Check out weedmap.com... There you can see what they have and how much they want for it... Good luck with your search...
    PS... I just noticed how this thread is...
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    Do you know what the word 'profit' means? It is what is left AFTER ALL THE BILLS ARE PAID. Do you know what is needed to run a business? Have you ever run a business and dealt with rent, taxes, insurance, taxes, payroll, taxes, the cost of products, taxes, utilities, taxes, permits and licenses, and taxes? Do you think that if I buy a widget for $10 a gram, I should sell it to you for $10 a gram because I am nonprofit? >>>>>>

    Regardless, you're still probably in violation of both state and federal laws. The nature of Prop. 215 was to allow for a person to grow their own medications with a Dr. recommendation, in the event that person is unable to do so they were legally able to allow another person(caregiver) to provide the medications which again the nature of the law was for the caregiver to grow the med's for the patient. What you are doing is neither being a care giver nor being a co-op(as a co-op would be defined), the law requires you to have the facility to produce the med's you are trying to provide for patients. If you're selling pot from a store and buying it from varioius growers you're note even close to operating within the paramaters of 215.

    The clubs will eventually be shut down, it's only a matter of time before the state steps in and starts to actually enforce the law as it's written. Clubs popped up in Nevada and the state stepped right in and shut them down and they have a similar law to CA.

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