As of July 1st 'medical marijuana' (sarcastic inverted commas ours) will be legal in New Jersey. Some Jerseyites are leaving their dull careers, taking classes in pot selling and girding themselves for the rush.

According to the AP, they include people like Marianne Bays, who worked in business development and human resources, and a lawyer called Anne M. Davis who is "hearing from current drug dealers who want to go legit, caregivers who already procure marijuana for the sick, and career changers - especially commercial real estate agents who have fallen on slow times."

Some even envision clinics "where patients could get other services - perhaps massage, acupuncture or yoga classes." Which sounds awfully energetic to us.