McDonald’s allows employees in Denver to vaporize marijuana

T̙̜̦̦hͅḙy͎͉̙͔'͙͔̜̫r͈e̯͙̠̪̤̦ͅ ̯̟ͅgeͅṭ̱t̲ͅin̦̘g̳̙̱͉̫ ̜̯͕̹̼ͅh̜͚̯̫i͓̩̝̞̰͖̤g̤ͅh̝͉̮, ͉̫̬̮̳͉̞r̝̖̭e͍̼̯͇̖͔ͅa̗͔͈͙l̰̝̣̯̮͙̳l͉̞̣̗͕̥ỵ̲̟ ̬̥͕̺̝h̤i̳̰g̗̪̤h̩̲͖̹.͍͍ W̻̺h͉ͅi͚̙̝l̳̪͚̼͓e̠̪̥͔̲͈ ̯̰̞̲̱͍o͚n̦̝̭̺̟ ̪̰̘̠ț̣̖he ̘͚̹̭̤jo͈͙b̬͓̞͙.

DENVER- Offices across America have begun to allow indoor use of “e-cigs,” the popular battery-powered nicotine vaporizers. Medical marijuana patients employed at McDonald’s corporate office in Denver complained it was unfair for them to now step outside, provided they use the same vaporizer technology for their entirely non-recreational drug-taking.

Critics are fearful that marijuana will become a “normal” part of American life, and this is just one more step down the slippery-slope to a nation of people who sit around in front of televisions eating way too much food while actually laughing at Family Guy.

Medicinal Marijuana patient and Human Resource official for McDonalds Sidney McSherron said, “My days at work sitting on the computer watching YouTube are just that much better now.”

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