Not being a druggy or belonging to that fringe group of die-hard life drop-outs, I’m somewhat bemused at the mental gymnastics used to justify their positions on things.
I must admit that I listen, however much I dis-agree with their conclusions.
Less than a month after closing due to changes in the city’s drug paraphernalia enforcement, 42 Below is reopening Friday at 11 a.m.
Jeremiah Wilson says he’s reopening his smoke shop, which is on East Douglas just east of Washington, “to pay the bills and to fulfill the lease and to take care of the business. We have to sell something. We have to be a business.”
Previously, the store specialized in locally made hand-blown glass pipes, and Wilson says he wants to be allowed to sell them once again.
Jeremiah says that some of his locally produced pipes sold for as much as two thousand dollars:
Which might be inspired by a substance induced delirium, but beating, perhaps, Ravens quoting Never More.
By a slim margin.
From the reaches,