Oaksterdam University: California’s School of Weed
A school in Oakland, California that is dedicated to marijuana has some “high” plans for the state.
If you’re contemplating going back to school in the near future, perhaps you’ll consider Oaksterdam University, Oakland, California’s school dedicated to Marijuana.
You’re guaranteed to have a “high time” while enrolled at Oaksterdam, where you can take a three-month course to learn all about dispensing, distributing, growing, and cooking with cannabis, Hollywood’s favorite “de-stressor.” You’ll even learn how to make hashish!
Granted you can successfully pass your classes, a degree from Oaksterdam University will provide you with everything you need to work at one of the numerous and ever-popular medical marijuana dispensaries throughout California. You’ll also be armed with the political and legislative knowledge to help Richard Lee, the founder and President of Oaksterdam University, make weed legal.
Lee is sponsoring a ballot measure in California to allow adults to possess and grow small amounts of “Mary Jane” legally. He believes the passing of this measure will help stimulate the state’s failing economy, as it would also put a tax on the drug. Lee has over 680,000 signatures on his measure and hopes his cause will appear on the state’s ballot in November.
Until then, Lee will continue to have a really good time with his students at Oaksterdam in their brand new, three-story, 30,000-square-foot building – full of weed. (AOL News)