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Got some great bud from this place but my bud tender was rude to me when I just asked a simple question ... Is it possible to add a quarter on top of this for 50? Not a big deal or anything it's the same math and I was just curious. Then she got pissed and said no he won't do that "he's basically giving you 8 grams for free" ??? For FREE? Most dispensaries have 25$ eighths and it wouldn't be "free"because you know that's what an ounce would go for . Just really rude don't think I'll be back
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THEY HAVE 200 OZ OF TOP SHELF
I grabbed some Jamaican lion and death star for what woulda been easily over 300 anywhere else
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great selection.got strong powerful meds.good deals and first time hookup
When I'm out this way I make sure to stop by, great selection and good prices
Good meds, Very good from front to back. Thanks to everyone who came to help us feel at home. Special thanks to you, Joe Ann
I stopped by Michigan Chronic and picked up Green Poison and Blue Monster. The Green Poison made me very relaxed, is good for chronic pain, and made me very focused. The Blue Monster made me relaxed and quite sleepy, was extremely good for chronic pain relief, and gave me a big case of the munchies. If you see either of these strains pick them up and try them. Michigan Chronic Relief always has good bud and great prices.
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