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  1. Dalbert: Why should I worry about a field sobriety test? I would not be high when pulled over. I am a good, careful driver. I have been pulled over for various violations and I have NEVER been given a field sobriety test. I don't carry the RSO in the car, other than transport from dispensary to home. Mel
  2. Sorry, I wasn't clear. I meant there would be no detectable odor. Also, I tend to take the RSO in the evening only and I do not drive at that time. I guess it's quite conceivable that I go to the dispensary, buy RSO, and then get pulled over. But I would not be high at all. Mel
  3. Restorum; Well then, might I need a MM card just to purchase RSO? Strange. Mel
  4. It will become effective in mid-December, probably. I have some questions: 1) Once it becomes legal, why would I need my MM card? 2) My card expires in 13 months. Would I need to renew it? 3) I buy/use RSO. Will that be legal to buy? (Is it technically an edible?) Mel
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    Mid Michigan Meds???

    That's what I figured. I was wondering if anyone KNEW. Their web-site is still up https://www.midmichiganmeds.com/ It gives no clue Mel
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    Mid Michigan Meds???

    The title is the name of a company that does a delivery service in mid-Michigan. For the last 2-3 weeks, I get no answer when I try and call them. Does anyone know what's up? Mel
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    Expense of having a caregiver

    Semi: Good grief. Where do I suggest that the CG would supply free product? Quite the opposite. My question was what costs are involved for the patient, such as other fees for the expertise/services of the CG. I am a relatively new patient who has never had a CG. Might as well ask the question(s) Mel
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    Expense of having a caregiver

    Rest: I was amazed to see the increase in Bay City dispensaries. All within a few blocks of each other. Most on Euclid. There were about 7 of them (+/-) Mel Mel
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    Expense of having a caregiver

    Semi: So how does the CG make money? Is it just the profit on the product? Mel
  10. When I first got my MM card, I went through a group. Their doctor would appear at various cities (including Bay City) where the doctor would see you and complete the application. But I can't remember the name. It was something like Alternative Solutions, but google finds no such MM entity. Anyone remember the name of the group? Mel
  11. OK, I have a MM card and get my meds from a dispensary. I realize that a Caregiver may be able to help me choose drugs and get a better strain. I think most caregivers will pay the expense of getting their name on my card. But what is the cost to me? Is it a higher markup on the meds and/or a monthly fee and/or a few every time we meet? I'm hoping you caregivers can clue me in with specifics as I'd like to consider actual costs/benefits. Thanks for your input. Mel
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    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    Another related question: If M is voted to be legalized in November, when would it take effect? Mel
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    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    Once it becomes legalized, will there be any difference between MM and Rec M? Why would anyone need a MM card? Mel
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    Was this just bad RSO?

    I got that probably-bad batch from ROOTS. Previously, I had gotten a good batch from them. They did refund my money (they had no RSO to exchange). I then went to Dispo and got a new syringe (1 gm.). Tried it and the consistency is better (thicker, not watery). I tried it and it works fine. Mel
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