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Free advertising.

The Rex Sinquefield funded PAC Grow Missouri’s moving billboard at

the University of Central Missouri’s Skyhaven Airport near Warrensburg [file photo].

On starting the initiative petition process for the legalization of marijuana in Missouri (via Facebook):

John W. Payne

13 hrs · St. Louis, MO

In the last 36 hours, I have done interviews with KMOX, the International Business Times, KMOV, Columbia Missourian, KCOU, Saint Louis Public Radio, KTRS, KMBZ, KFVS-12, Kansas City Business Journal, Kansas City Public Radio, and a little newspaper outlet called the Washington Post.

Probably my favorite exchange throughout the whole process was when Jonathan Weir at KMBZ called this morning and right before we went live, he said, “So you guys turned in the petition and now you have some sort of blimp over here. Is that right?”

The libertarians are probably really happy about all that free advertising.

It would be Karma for a St. Louis billionaire’s legacy to consist solely of the state of Missouri populated in the near and distant future by undereducated stoners working minimum wage jobs.

That’s a feature, not a bug, right?


Not so fast on grounding that blimp… (November 6, 2014)

“…We smiled and waved, sittin’ there on that sack of seeds.” (September 20, 2014)