It was amazing when Amazon.com started taking off in the early 2000s. Never before was there a centralized online retail giant like this offering multiple and unusual products at affordable prices. They took what started out as an online marketplace—like ebay—and combined it with their online version of Barnes plus Noble. By 2010, Amazon.com was a massively sizable supplier plus had firmly established itself as a household name. I was ecstatic when Amazon.com started Prime and still remember buying multiple of my textbooks for undergraduate school from their version of Barnes plus Noble at massively reduced prices. With Prime, you could get all of your textbooks several afternoons after making the order. Many of us got all of our school books in this manner to avoid the 200% markup at the campus Barnes plus Noble. But there was 1 single thing that I would have never expected, especially back then while I was still young plus still attending school. That factor is online marijuana businesses. In states with either medical or even the recreational cannabis markets, multiple companies are choosing the route of being a strictly online business. You make a shopping order with a cellphone app plus you’re given a couple of options for receiving your weed products. First, you can utilize their cannabis delivery drivers plus have your order delivered to your front door like a pizza. Your other option is curbside drive-up pickup—they walk your bin up to your car window as you pull up to their building. Regardless of however you may get your cannabis after you order, it’s good having the option to buy some marijuana without going to a store to look in person. I don’t want to wait in long lines, especially when I’m not even sure the store has my products in stock before stepping into line.