We asked Sharon Foster if retiring as chairwoman of the Liquor Control Board offered her new opportunities. She recently had knee-replacement surgery.
“For marijuana use?” she replied. “My physical therapist said to me the other day, ‘Sharon, have you been using any of that alternate product?’ And I looked at her and said, ‘You know — I hadn’t thought about that.’ And I said, ‘Maybe I should be, for my knee …’ ”
Foster wasn’t kidding.
“By the time I went to bed, which was maybe an hour and a half or two hours after I ate this brownie — piece of brownie — I didn’t feel anything,” Foster told the News-Tribune.
“So all I know is, I was relaxed enough to go to sleep. So if I was high, I don’t know it.”