Ah, the 1970s – back then, we were doing things totally opposite of what we are “allowed” to do in 2020. Back then, we didn’t worry about personal space, while now, space is the only focus. Right now, anxieties about COVID-19 color our day to day lives, especially when it comes to limiting the spread of the virus. Social distancing has become the new normal – you must maintain a six foot distance from strangers, and don’t even think about sharing a hug with a friend you run into in public. Don’t you wish you could go back to a simpler time, like the 70s? It was a time of free love, peace, and relaxation – and a time when cannabis culture was at its peak. Contact the Don Turner Legal Team if you have any questions about Georgia’s current cannabis laws.
A Dope Time for Cannabis
Ask anyone who grew up in the 1960s or 1970s, and they will tell you that cannabis culture was at an all-time high. Marijuana was commonly smoked by hippies, people who embraced the values of peace, love, and community. Pop culture influences such as The Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Hunter S. Thompson, and Cheech & Chong helped create a new perspective on cannabis and helped to shape the history of marijuana as we know it today. Our troops were returning from Vietnam, and they brought new strains of cannabis back home with them, influencing the marijuana market for years to come.