Today I’m sharing with you my medical marijuana card application.
I claimed to have fibromyalgia – a condition which is, of course, impossible to diagnose medically. Obviously I don’t really suffer from fibromyalgia – just like most of the people who have been using it as a basis to get medical marijuana don’t.
The “doctor” I went to was Carol A. Spooner (LinkedIn profile), who it would seem, will diagnose anyone with anything as long as you pay the fee. At the time, Spooner was working at a clinic called Arizona 420 Evaluations. Though, Spooner doesn’t mention any of that on her LinkedIn profile. Is she embarrassed that she used to be one of those “pot doctors”? Did she realize that being associated with medical weed will probably hurt her career as a “real” doctor?
I can lose my weed card if Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS) found out I was sharing my weed with my fiancé, James Pendleton? James can’t get a card of his own because that would probably preclude him from working on any security clearance jobs. Then again, it’s unlikely James is going to be able to get any more security clearance jobs anyway.
A medical marijuana card can be also revoked if AZDHS finds out you provided false information on your application, though. Say, like, for example, if they discovered that you don’t really have the chronic and debilitating condition you claimed you had. So let’s hope that doesn’t happen, right? Can you imagine how much life would suck without weed?