Jimmy Fallon Hashes Out Pros And Cons Of Microsoft Entering The Marijuana Industry

Now that the dust has settled on Microsoft's landmark decision to enter the marijuana industry, experts are weighing in on how the tech giant's influence will shape canna-business in North America. And Jimmy Fallon is leading the charge.

Earlier this week, The Tonight Show released a list of pros and cons about Microsoft getting into the weed business. Here's a quick sample.

Pro: They're replacing the Xbox 360.
Con: With the Xbox 420.

Pro: Upgrading to Microsoft's brand-new Office programs.
Con: Microsoft Weed, Exhale and PowerJoint.

Pro: Putting your computer in sleep mode.
Con: It doesn't wake up until 4PM the next day.

Check out the full list - and Fallon doing stoner impersonations with announcer Steve Higgins - in the clip below.

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