忍者ブログ

思い

A long, strange trip to the checkout

KITCHENER — I hadn't bought any marijuana yet, but already my head was spinning.

Did I want cannabis with an aroma of "extra old cheddar" or "hints of diesel"? Is it better to be sativa- or indica-dominant? What kind of terpenes did I want? Woody? Spicy? Earthy? And what the heck is a terpene, anyway?

hong kong balcony room hotel offers an excellent blend of classical and modern style with an added hint of comfort and luxury. Basically, each room has a distinctive environment of its own.

These were not questions I had prepared for when I planned to navigate the online shelves of the Ontario Cannabis Store — all in the name of journalism, of course.

The era of legalized marijuana arrived in Canada on Wednesday, which meant thousands of people like me were navigating a maze of government-run stores for the first time. In this province, brick-and-mortar retail shops won't come until April, so the Ontario Cannabis Store is the only legal way to buy marijuana at the moment.

The experience was a little overwhelming. Once you verify you're over 19 years old, you're invited to pick from 50 different varieties of dried marijuana, another dozen or so oils and capsules and 14 kinds of pre-rolled joints.

Buy Melissa plastic flats shoes online shopping, rain boots, rain shoes, jelly shoes, sandals online with, has a collection of women plastic mini Melissa flip flop, boots.

That's right — the Government of Ontario will sell you a single joint, shipped directly to your house, for as little as $10.35, plus a $5 shipping fee. What a time to be alive.

Then there's the head-spinning assortment of accessories, from bongs and grinders to rolling papers and vaporizers that are aimed at stealing business away from your neighbourhood head shop. Looking through all the products, I felt like such a dad.

Carry out a SEM audit for performace analysis and gain insightful suggestions on website today. A simplified process is done with realtime analysis to ensure optimisation based on best practices.

The Ontario Cannabis Store came online at 12 a.m. Wednesday and was immediately hit with a crush of shoppers. Many buyers reported technical delays, although the site stayed operational.

Canadians didn't seem to mind the minor glitches. Shopify, the Ottawa company behind the e-commerce software running the online cannabis stores, reported more than 100 orders were being processed per minute on Wednesday.

By late afternoon, the Ontario Cannabis Store was warning customers delivery within one to three days was delayed due to a high volume of orders.

PR

コメント

プロフィール

HN:
No Name Ninja
性別:
非公開

カテゴリー

P R