Dating for pot heads
I've told you before, I'm a bit nuts about making broth.
I wasn't always that way but just kind of evolved, as I shared in my chicken stock post.
If this sounds like money laundering, you’re not far off.
Yet consider this: That same exchanged at Canndescent, another cannabis company, takes a direct and transparent route into the financial system.
When the marijuana cultivator sells its product to a dispensary, one armored car drops off the pot and another picks up the cash payment — and then heads to a downtown Los Angeles branch of the Federal Reserve Bank.
There the cash is deposited into the account of a local credit union, one that’s eager to do business with Canndescent.“After all the horror stories I’ve heard, it does seem like a little bit of magic,” said Tom Di Giovanni, Canndescent’s chief financial officer.
This is the man that still believes that Beef = Love!
A few posts ago I made chicken stock, and this week I made beef stock.
He deposits cash, in drips and drabs, into an account held by a limited liability company that his bank thinks is a property management firm.“The bank doesn’t know what we do,” he said.I'm kind of outside myself, observing, instead of in it and in my head. And afterward, I feel like I'm more open to talking about something that happened or something that I liked.