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Seth Rogen’s Newly Launched Cannabis Site Crashes Due to Demand

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Seth Rogen’s Newly Launched Cannabis Site Crashes Due to Demand
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The brand debuted in Canada in 2019 and entered the US market on Thursday.
Seth Rogan‘s newly launched cannabis lifestyle brand site, Houseplant, crashed on Thursday due to heavy demand. The site was so submerged, Seth Rogan said, that it needed to be taken down temporarily.

“Well … we underestimated you once again,” Seth Rogan tweeted. “Due to the insane traffic, we temporarily took down the houseplant site while I learn to write code. I’m very sorry if you’re waiting. There’s still a lot of product available! I’ll let you know as soon as possible.” Will walk. Then. ” The actor and marijuana advocate/businessman previously stated that the site faced a “tremendous amount of traffic” and those trying to be patient.

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The site offers cannabis (for delivery in California) and home furnishings, such as ashtrays and lighters. The company was founded by Rogan and his writing partner Evan Goldberg, as well as producers James Weaver and Alex McAtee. In a recent New York Times profile, the actor stated, “I am honored to be connected with mourning, honesty.

Sometimes people expect me to try to drive them out by being a very famous stonebacker, or someone who, in some way, mourns someone more than they have done. But frankly, it is a worthy thing for me. I’m so proud of it. The Cannabis Lifestyle brand debuted in Canada in 2019 and entered the US market on Thursday. Overwhelmed by the response, Seth Rogan took the time to respond to some users who were having problems with the site, asking them to hang in there.

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“Hi !! We are experiencing a tremendous amount of traffic right now. Thank you. We have set up a nice waiting room on the website to manage it. If you are having trouble accessing the waiting room, please visit your Try refreshing the browser “Clearing your cache. Thank you, man !! “He tweeted.

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