"I'm going to be a pharmacy on the street until it's legalized soon," Hebert said.
Kent's confidence that the ballot initiative will pass isn't challenged by recent polls, which show that 65 to 70 percent of Floridians favor its passage. The referendum requires a 60 percent majority to pass.
"Finally, the marijuana smokers of America are learning to do what gay people have done, and come out of the closet, open up and say, 'We're normal, we're OK,'" Kent said. "It's just pot, Nancy."