He is a trial lawyer with more than 20 years of experience He regularly appears on Fox News, CNBC, Al Jazeera, iHeart Radio and Yahoo! to discuss breaking legal news stories He’s recognized as one of the leading insurance litigation and sinkhole attorneys in Florida And when he’s not battling large insurance companies on behalf of policy holders, Mr Corless authors and presents lectures throughout the United States on a wide variety of topics, including cannabis legalization, insurance coverage, complex expert testimony, criminal law, sports and entertainment law and insurance bad faith As I noted, he’s been working on a book, he can tell you a little bit more about when he anticipates it coming out, but he’s had it in the works for a couple of years now So please, help me welcome Mr. Ted Corless Thank you very much and as a lawyer of 20 years, talking to people who voluntarily spend their days with lawyers, you have my sincerest apologies Marijuana is coming to mainstream Right now it’s in 28 states I am right now violating the law in the State of Florida, depending on who you ask If you are carrying less than 20 grams of plant material in the State of Florida and you’re stopped by a police officer, you’re probably going to get a $75 fine If you’re stopped by a sheriff you’re probably going to get a misdemeanor, it’s going to cost you around $400 So I have $475 with me at all times whenever I travel And so far no one has asked me to give that to them Light-heartedly the issue is, is that let’s begin by saying that what I want to do in the next few minutes is to introduce you to this plant I want to tell you why this plant has been so relevant to me And then, I’m going to show you why it should be relevant to you And when we’re done with that, I’m going to need your help Why am I talking about marijuana? I have been practicing law, I was licensed in the state of Missouri in 1995 and I immediately started working for the biggest, the nastiest law firms I ever could And I enjoyed that, I really did I spent several years working for companies that represented some of the largest oil producers in the United States I represented large tobacco companies as a senior associate at Shook, Hardy & Bacon And I represented some of the biggest insurance companies in the world when I was an attorney at Carlton Fields But looking way back in my past, 1988 when I was 22 years old, I moderated a debate between a member of the DEA, an agent in the DEA, who debated the Missouri President of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws Very little publicity, and this was in 1988, and a thousand people showed up And I’ve pretty much been hooked on marijuana since then Now, if you, let’s begin with what Dana was saying, we know this plant is a variety of things and that the reason why it is presented on the board in this way is to show it’s simplicity Lots of interesting things to know about this particular plant If we’re going to be technically accurate, we call it cannabis sativa And then if any of you have been tinkering with cannabis over the last couple of years, you would also hear another description of cannabis, indica, and if you really get into it, you’d know it as cannabis ruderalis, which is the kind of cannabis that we use to make rope Thomas Jefferson used all three forms of it to make rope and to smoke a little Now, marijuana is coming to mainstream because a lot of people were tired of the manner in which the federal government was regulating this product Now I joked earlier about, it depends on who stops me, regarding what the charge would be That’s called arbitrary enforcement of the law Now what do we know, what happens when we arbitrarily enforce the law, who suffers when that happens? It’s usually not lawyers like me It’s usually not adults like me It’s usually not white people like me You see, people ask me what is the most effective way I can protect myself about being arrested

if cannabis is somehow in the picture If I get caught with it or someone else does My suggestion to you, first thing: be white! Because if you’re black, you have a four times, four times the chances to be arrested for possession of cannabis Even though the numbers reflect that white people smoke pot more than people of color Now why is this , why are we having these disagreements Well it’s a real simple word that we just heard Jeff Sessions use recently, called the Supremacy Clause Now see, Republicans like to talk about cannabis because they’re going to protect us from it Now the reality is, is when you hear you’re being protected by the federal government, you should be very afraid Now, why are we having this problem? Well, a lot of it has to do with the fact that this plant is pretty special It’s been around for over 3,000 years We have Egyptian hieroglyphics that show cannabis being consumed by pharaoh He had a really good grower And I, if you want to know the best places to grow marijuana, if you’ve ever been there and you’ve enjoyed wine, that’s where you want to grow marijuana You’re in the, what’s commonly referred to as the Emerald Triangle in California, which prior to 1996, 80% of all cannabis grown in the United States was grown in 3 counties in Northern California: Mendencino, Humboldt and Sonoma And if you’ve ever been to wine country, you’ll know that it’s everywhere Always ask the bar tenders Because right now, while California recently passed recreational marijuana, it has not yet been rolled out yet Or rolled up! Alright, so what happens is in 1996 there were a whole bunch of people in California that decided they didn’t really care what the Supremacy Clause said That Main Street was taking marijuana back from the federal government, who’s held it hostage since 1937 Long time! The original prohibitions on cannabis that were formulated in 1937 were by a gentleman by the name of Henry Anslinger Mr Anslinger was a racist He hung out with people from the Klan and he loved to talk about jazz musicians Because he was concerned about the influence of jazz culture on America’s youth Does that sound familiar to you? Any of you ever listen to Elvis? Ever hear stories about how Elvis was precluded from coming to places because they were threatened by his hips? Well Anslinger wanted to use cannabis, not necessarily to protect us from cannabis, but what he wanted to do is, he saw all these immigrants coming from Mexico He also saw a lot of people of color moving to urban centers like Detroit, Chicago and New York And they were bringing cannabis with them And they needed something to be able to surveil them and to be able to arrest them to control their population Let me put it this way If people from Argentina had been coming through Mexico in 1937, yerba mate would be illegal It had nothing to do with the plant So when they passed the various laws that formed what would ultimately become the Controlled Substances Act, cannabis got put on the same list with PCP, but not with opioids Why not? Well, because the people in the state of Florida that are now slow rolling Amendment 2, they don’t want you to stop using opioids Because in 2012, 1500 people One thousand five hundred people just in the state of Florida, overdosed on legally prescribed opioids The opioid epidemic in Chicago is the reason why El Chapo is able to sell Mexican heroin Because Big Pharma was producing so many opioids by the pound, that when they finally figured out the epidemic they had created, they started restricting access to it Well here’s the problem, if you are a junkie on oxycontin, it doesn’t matter, you’ve got to have heroin There really isn’t a difference between heroin and the other opioids So marijuana in 1996 became a citizen’s initiative in California, where the state of California

said, “We’re going to create a not-for-profit organization that will allow individuals to grow their own marijuana and even allow other people to grow it for them As long as it’s being sold not-for-profit.” Now you can imagine, everyone in 1996 froze when that amendment passed Well, nothing happened for almost 5 years And a gentleman, who I met, walked into city hall on Market Street in San Francisco and said, “Good morning! I would like a permit to grow medical marijuana!” The guy kinda scratched his head, says, “I don’t think we have one of those!” So those of you who know constitutional law would know, well, I’m going to file a writ of mandamus I’m going to ask a court to order you to produce one He walked out An hour later he received a phone call A man had sat down at a typewriter and prepared a permit application to allow you to grow medical marijuana He took that permit and he wen to the Emerald Triangle and ultimately he became the mayor of Sebastapol, California He asked those growers to come out of the light And what I think I’m kind of asking you today, I want you to think about it I want you to come out of the light too I’m a pot smoker and I vote Now, where are we in the state of Florida? Now in 2014, there was a citizen initiative that was placed on the ballot after they got the required number of votes necessary, or the signatures necessary to get it on the ballot as a constitutional initiative You see, we have the pleasure of that ability We have the ability to put a constitutional amendment on our ballot We take that for granted, though Because not every state in the United States has that It’s easy to find the states that don’t have it Did they ever have slavery? Yes! No citizens initiative there There’s no citizens initiative in Alabama There’s no citizens initiative right in Mississippi Why? Because they don’t want the population getting together and deciding what the constitution says Instead, they’re going to let the people who are in the legislature decide who, as of right now are in direct opposition to the will of the people Now in Florida, Initiative Amendment 2 failed in 2014, by only 3 percenage points 57% of the people who voted, voted for it It also happens to be right around the time period when one of the leading advocates for cannabis in the state of Florida was seen intoxicated on a YouTube video Maybe you heard that story So why am I talking to you about this? Well, I generally avoid talking to lawyers Unless someone’s paying me of course But a lot of lawyers see themselves in different ways I’m here today primarily, not as a lawyer, but as a public… private citizen exercising his First Amendment rights Now, if you think this is a sensitive topic, since we published that we were going to be coming in here and I was going to be speaking on this topic, I received multiple e-mails from people who are here now, with questions about cannabis Now we, we call it cannabis, not marijuana, because marijuana is a Mexican slang term and technically if you’re talking about marijuana, you’re not supposed to be talking about marijuana that would have come from the Hindu Kush Mountains So I ask people to use the word cannabis.But my editor keeps changing that word He doesn’t like it Alright, but it’s relevant to you for a lot of reasons And what I have been doing over the last several months is gathering a list of areas where we as people in the legal profession will be addressing cannabis on Main Street And here’s our list Now I’m going to go through this list quickly and if, I’m going to think that probably all of you are going to find yourself somewhere on this list But if you haven’t found yourself on the list, I can even tell you the one thing that’s not on there, because I’m being pretty honest about where we will see cannabis moving forward But the one that’s not on there is medical malpractice

You’re really going to deal with medical when would we deal with medical malpractice in the context of marijuana? Well so far I’ve not heard any issues associated with doctors performing procedures without fully understanding the cannabis history of the patient I haven’t seen that yet That’s the only reason it’s not on the list But everything else you see here, and I’m going to read through this quickly, are areas where you, as members of the professional, of the legal profession, will see cannabis on Main Street Administrative Law It’s a highly regulated area and when Republicans regulate products that are sold to consumers, there’s a lot of regulation! Because a lot of legislators don’t like to talk about regulation unless it’s cutting them, except when it comes to cannabis I am now a card holder for medical marijuana in the state of Florida In order to gain access to that, I had to file with an administrative agency my identity with copies of my birth certificate, my driver’s license and I have to provide specific information from my doctor before the state will issue me permission to use it My doctor told me if I would have preferred not to go through that, he would be happy to provide me with unlimited access to oxycontin And in that context, he can write me a script as big as a blue ribbon hog and I can shovel in opioids as much as I want And in all likelihood, if I consume them for more than 10 days, when I stopped taking them I will suffer from withdrawal Okay, I’m getting a little distracted Opioids distract me Alright Anti-Trust Law Of course We don’t want our pot growers getting together an deciding what the price will be I’ll tell you right now that cannabis is selling in a variety of costs But costs are coming down, because there are so many people producing it Business Law Of course How do you put together a transaction between two people where one agrees to provide 10 pounds of cannabis while the other agrees to pay for it If there’s a breach of contract Can you sue them? Now when I interviewed a lawyer in Colorado who spends his entire day dealing with these issues He told me that as a law firm, they agreed that under no circumstances would they ever assert illegality of contract as a defense Because that’s what it is It’s an unenforceable agreement because it’s illegal It’s void ad initio You cannot seek enforcement of it in any state in the United States Now the judges in Colorado have seen a way around that by passing an amendment to the Colorado constitution that says, if it’s protected under Colorado, it’s an enforceable law Alright Social Justice and Criminal Justice Well that’s pretty easy Think about it If you’re a paralegal dealing with issues associated with people going to prison and you have someone who is looking at an accelerated position on a sentencing chart because of a prior marijuana bust, but marijuana just got legalized, aren’t you probably going to file a writ of habeas corpus to ask a court to toss it on fairness grounds? Which is one of the reasons why the federal government, especially our new Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, who vaguely reminds me of the Sheriff on Smokey and the Bandit But they don’t want to deal with the hassle associated with all of the people that are in private prison Energy and Resource Management Right now the issue of sustainability and environmental protection is so much at the heart of the cannabis industry I was in Denver a couple of weeks ago interviewing a dispensary owner who had to toss an entire harvest because they had discovered that someone had used a forbidden pesticide in cleaning the duct work near one of his grow operations He doesn’t have insurance for his plants Because he can’t That’s a pickle But energy resource, energy and resource management is a pivotal part of the entire cannabis movement because the products that are being sold must be free of any kind of pest and they also must be free of any kind of pesticides Family Law Here’s the common problem in family law that I hear There’s a divorce Shared custody of a child And one of the spouses knows that the other one is a regular pot consumer, cannabis consumer

And so they request that the other parties be subjected to regular drug tests And so they use that against them In fact, even if that individual has a medical marijuana card, you’re probably going to find that the judges are going to be completely unpredictable I really don’t know what the judge is going to do But that’s a family law issue Health Law Of course Most of the applications we have have questions regarding the illegal use of drugs Is cannabis a drug? Medicine and drugs This is medicine This is drug Okay Do you think that cannabis can treat symptoms? The truth is that big pharma hasn’t figured out a way to turn this into these That’s the reason why But I’m gonna hold that question for a second Insurance Law Easy You can’t buy insurance for it In fact, if you have, we’ve had two different cases where I’ve represented individuals against insurance companies because tenants had turned the rental property into grow operations Shockingly that can be covered under certain insurance policies Okay Property Law Easy Because we’re talking about locations that have grow operations, it’s all over the place Okay Tort Law Public Contract Law Real Property Trust and Estate Law Local Government Law Tax Tort Law or Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Cannabis on Main Street is going to be affecting all of the legal issues associated with these areas And I would expect, based upon what I saw in Colorado five years ago when I really started researching this issue That you can see this similar, what like when those legal issues started to creep out And now we’re seeing the same thing happening in the state of Florida Because this is right now something of enormous interest to people not only because of their own personal investment in it But also because of the financial interest associated with it Now, why, I know why I came to cannabis Because of my own intellectual interest and some of my own personal background and the way I saw this roll out when I was a kid in the ’70’s But maybe you come to cannabis involuntarily What do I mean by that? What I mean by that is when I interviewed a family who’s daughter was having as many as two hundred seizures a week and would code anywhere from three to four times a month, and I think we’re clear on what I mean by that, they stopped breathing A 9-year old girl who after being provided a low THC high CBD oil was able to go the entire day with fewer than a half dozen seizures Or people who are wasting away from the effects of chemotherapy And those individuals have told me that cannabis was the only thing that allowed them to be able to consume food without throwing up And they’re able to sleep through the night Maybe you’re coming to this issue because you or a member of your family had breast cancer And somebody told you that there had been reports that CBD in high enough concentration can reduce the size of individual tumors These, or a neurologist from Canada that I met who told me that he did a study on Huntington’s Chorea Huntington’s is a horrible neurological deficit, it’s horrible The Chorea, Huntington’s Chorea, is when people will get contorted to the point and begin seizing But when provided a spray called Sativex, that was 50% CBG and 50% THC, that… that stopped And so when people tell me there’s no medical purpose, I say, “You know what? Maybe we don’t have the data yet? But why is that?” Maybe it’s because the federal regulators that are looking at cannabis keep it a Schedule

1 drug and it is nearly impossible to study a Schedule 1 drug So ma’am, you say it’s been debunked? I say the people that are controlling it are preventing any opportunity we may have to study it More than we already have But if you’re one of those people that come to cannabis involuntarily, maybe you would remember back in the ’80s when the AIDS epidemic occurred and the FDA was restricting access to AZT and other methods of treatment for people who are HIV positive or have full blown AIDS And what they were saying is, “We don’t want to wait for the FDA and we shouldn’t have to.” Because those individuals have their own reasons And what could those reasons be? But first, before I tell you the reasons I think, what do you think? What do the people think? Well when people voted for Amendment 2 in 2016, things changed There are 67 counties in the state of Florida Guess how many of those 67 counties voted by a majority vote to pass Amendment 2? 100% 67 out of 67 Now in order for Amendment 2 to pass, we had to have more than 60% of the population vote for it Did we make it? 71% of Floridians supported Amendment 2 Can you even conceive of anything else in the state of Florida that 71% of the people would vote on? I cannot find it! I think I read somewhere that 75% of the people do not believe that angels live among us How did our other politicians fare that are now trying to control cannabis for us? Well let’s start with the governor Governor Scott won his election by 60,000 votes 600,000 more people in Florida voted for Amendment 2 than voted against it If 1 in 10 of those people voting had voted for another governor, Rich Scott would not have been governor It’s not my intention to necessarily affect elections, but what my intention is, is to empower people to understand that they are not in the minority when it comes to cannabis They’re very much in the majority And people like me think the government should leave cannabis alone and let us take care of ourselves How did Pam Bondi fare? No? Sorry More people voted for Amendment 2 than voted for her or Rick Scott And what about Donald Trump? Sorry More people voted for Amendment 2 than voted for him But all you really hear is Jeff Sessions, the new Attorney General, and people like Chris Christie coming out and parroting all of these other issues Like gateway drug or saying that it can’t be effective in reducing opioid, even though, did you know the state in the United States that has the lowest drop in opioid overdoses in the last 4 to 8 months? Colorado Now are we having an academic conversation about whether cannabis should be studied? Or whether it should be legalized? Well, I think, I believe that we were But we’re not What we’re doing is we’re talking about it, but the government is over here slow rolling it What I mean by that is they’re in no hurry to legalize it It’s why Rick Scott appointed a director for the Division of Marijuana in the State of Florida that had 15 months of experience on his resume, which turned out, even if you thought that was enough, it was a lie Because the company that he said he was working for wasn’t even formed until the day after he was appointed So why are the roadblocks out there? Because, I mean people say to me, “We should legalize it.” “We should tax it.” Okay Or we say, “You have to prove to me that this has medical value.” And what I say is, “I don’t think so.” Because you’re telling me you’re going to continue to put my fellow citizens in jail until I prove to you that it has medical value to you? So I started asking myself, “Why are you doing that?” Well let me tell you why The estimates right now are by 2025, cannabis sales nationally will be in excess of $30 billion That’s a lot of money You may sell $30 billion worth of this, but you’re selling $200 billion of this

And we also know that the more you smoke pot, the less you drink of this So by the time we reach $30 billion in sales or the United States does, big alcohol would have sold over a trillion dollars worth of beer, spirits and wine They’re in no hurry to legalize cannabis What about big tobacco? You’d think if you smoke one you smoke the other, in fact most of you, come on, you’ve been 11:30, having that last martini and you say you know what, give me one of those cigarettes What about gambling? Uh oh! No? Nobody gets really high and heads to the slot machines! They don’t do that! They don’t do that So we can go on and on I mean, what, I think you might buy more Apple products You know, that might be the only thing you do You might buy another iPad or whatever I’m still waiting for Apple to come out with a toothbrush Cause I, anything for Apple So I’ll, because the reality is if you’ve got people who are coming to the state of Florida and they have $100 to spend They come to Florida and they’ve got $50 to $100 to spend on vice or fun, they’re going to spend, say, $100, say $90 of that on beer or a fish bowl drinks with big straws coming out of them Which I think is fun and I do it too But what they don’t want is you to now spend $50 on umbrellas for your drinks and $50 on cannabis They don’t want that And, so while we’re having this intellectual conversation about why can’t we really study cannabis? Get it off Schedule 1 It’s not like PCP In fact if you are curious, there has never been, not one death, associated with the consumption of cannabis Not a single one In fact when I was in college my professor of criminology on the first day said, “If you can prove to me a case of an individual who died from consuming marijuana, I will give you an A in my class and you need not attend.” And he said, “I’ve been offering that the last 12 years and no one has ever proved it.” He’s still alive and I’m still looking He gave me a B All right So what is, so we have Big Pharma, Big Tobacco, Private Prisons Well these prisons were built with complicated industrial revenue bonds that assume a certain population of prisoners over time Well the cannabis industry has blown up, really, in earnest in the last 8 years A lot of these complicated industrial revenue bond projects are scheduled over 50 years They’re not interested in subtle changes in consumer behavior Like the idea that cannabis can go from being criminal to being decriminalized like it has been in Hillsborough County But what does this mean for Main Street in terms of how you’re going to handle cannabis There are a lot of questions left to be answered Example, “Can you be pulled over for driving under the influence of alcohol?” Yes But can you be pulled over for driving under the influence of cannabis? Or what is being called “buzzed driving.” Well I tell people all the time, don’t travel with cannabis Yet here I am In fact, I’m going to take this lid off, I mentioned to the ladies in the back, let me know when you think you can smell it Um, but I met with a city alderman in Denver and we were talking about the issue of driving under the influence He told me an interesting story which I think really makes the point about why people mess this, really screw this topic up And that is that someone had proposed that in the event of a death, we do a blood draw and if the individual driving had more than 5 nanometers of some metabolite in his blood, that would be an indication that they were intoxicated Sounds pretty good And they started pressing Okay 5 nanometers of what? I don’t know What do you mean you don’t know? Well there’s a variety of metabolites We can just pick one Which one? I don’t know Okay Why 5 nanometers? I’m not sure What about 6? Is there a difference between 4 and 6? I don’t know And they literally had a public debate about an issue that was a complete mirage Because we can’t study it the way we need to And the other thing is, all that these regulations by the federal government are doing is creating a massive black market and gray market

I read an article just yesterday that the TSA has really stopped looking for marijuana They don’t care They have bigger and more important things to do Like your safety Which is not affected by an individual who’s bringing concentrates back from Colorado I’m not encouraging people to do that But here’s a real simple idea I want you to think about Wouldn’t it be better to have a well regulated legal product than a poorly regulated illegal one? Let me say that again A well regulated legal product than a poorly regulated illegal one We have a lot of questions that I want to address that I received And so here’s what we’re going to do Okay, so this is my blog Now we built a studio at my law firm A thousand square foot studio, sound proofed it, we have interview space, multiple cameras and I have photographers following me around all the time What I’m going to ask you to do is I want you to either tweet to me or I want you to email me at [email protected] and I want you to send me your questions And here’s why, a couple of reasons First, we can cover a lot more ground Because what I’m going to do is I’m going to take all of your questions Yeah, that’s a good idea, take a picture of that We’re going to take all of your questions and then we’re going to, I’m going to prepare an extended video where we’re going to go through and answer every single question that we receive from you folks today Because I mentioned earlier that several of you had reached out to me in anticipation of this presentation The most common questions I get relate to adult children who are caring for an older parent and they’ve just met with an oncologist who told them that, based upon the diagnosis, the doctor strongly recommends that they gain access to medical marijuana A lot of the problems with that are that, based upon the immaturity of the Florida market, most of the products that you would want for that purpose are not yet available to you But they are available in other states But there is an enormous amount of questions and fear associated with this topic And my primary objective today is not to come in and talk about a boring topic that is associated with lawyers But it’s the idea of putting this subject in front of you and to open a conversation with you about it To address whatever concerns that you may have And here’s the thing I’m not asking you to agree with me I think that’s good Disagreeing, public discourse is very very important But what I’m not going to do is preach to you about or recommend people consume marijuana But I think what we all want is we move, as we move forward on this topic, we want the rules and the regulations and the stigma associated with cannabis to go away Because there’s a lot of very successful people who have made cannabis a regular part of their lives Forget, I mean we can talk about Presidents, whether you like them or dislike them But there’s a lot of other people out there too I’m a big Carl Sagan fan He wrote one of the very first books in the 1970’s about advocating on behalf of the cannabis industry But there are a lot of questions that you might have that you might not feel comfortable asking me I’m gonna talk to you about a couple right now And I’m going to answer these questions when we do the video How am I supposed to talk to my children about marijuana? See when I as a kid, it was easy, because my parents would just come in and go “It’s illegal If you get caught with it, you’re going to go to jail.” Now that didn’t really work very well But because the messaging right now that you’re getting about cannabis is so different than what it was when I was a child, or maybe when you were younger So I think that it’s important we share how we address these issues with children Especially if you have someone in the family that’s consuming it And really while we’re talking to children about drugs, maybe we ought to have a more honest conversation about what role they play You can’t tell a child that if they smoke marijuana they’re going to die Because when they do it and they don’t, they don’t trust you any longer Really Can you smoke pot and be a religious person? Can you do that? A very dear friend of mine is an especially devout Christian and also one of the biggest pot smokers I know His answer to that is, “It’s not about the plant

It’s about my behavior.” And so he’s comfortable consuming cannabis and he want to bring it to other people in his community as well as something that provides him tremendous joy and helps his wife who suffers from symptoms associated with a serious neurological condition Now whether that’s accurate or not I don’t know that I care Because if you tell me that there’s medical value I say, “There is.” You say there isn’t I say, “It doesn’t matter Then don’t use it.” You know when I talk to parents who have children who suffer from regular seizures One of the most common questions they get is, “So you live in a state where you can’t buy medical marijuana Move to one that has it!” And that seems so simple Except for the fact that they have two other children who are in high school and they’re well planted where they are Man has a job he has his own company The wife has a burgeoning CPA practice So she’s supposed to give that all up so that they can potentially use a drug to treat their child who has seizures every day? And the real bad news is, given the immaturity of that marketplace, less than 30% of the people with those deficits have any positive effect from cannabis .That’s good enough to keep looking But it’s not enough to uproot your entire family for one shot at health and comfort And so what I always tell people is, “Give a man a fish you feed him for a day Teach a man to fish and you can sell him accessories!” What I really want, this is what I need from you We live or die by social media I’d like you to find us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and I want to have a conversation with you Tell me I”m wrong I love it Bring it We’ll talk about it I’ll give you information Because see that’s the great thing about today Other than the fact there wasn’t a Power Point presentation Is that I’m not here selling you anything I’m giving you ideas And I want you to think about them and tell me if you agree or tell me if you don’t Email me and tell me you think I’m an idiot Email me and tell me you need help And I’ll appreciate both of those emails You guys have been terrific Thank you very much

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