So, we're 24 hours out from the big medical pot decision from the Supreme Court and it seems that nothing has really changed. CNN.com has this story about the activity in one San Francisco "pot club" called, not so diplomatically, "The Love Shack," while USA Today's cover story indicated that the users in California would continue using. Meanwhile, lots of state officials are speaking up and saying things really haven't changed and there won't be crackdowns on medical marijuana users. That's great, except they aren't involved in the process, anyway. If the administration, which views pot as a great evil on the level of North Korea's nuclear program (probably greater), wants to crack down via the DEA, it can. One would hope that even Dubya could find better things to throw money at than dying people who toke up, but his track record isn't encouraging.