Quote: Packouz was baffled, stoned and way out of his league. “It was surreal,” he recalls. “Here I was dealing with matters of international security, and I was half-baked.

I didn’t know anything about the situation in that part of the world. But I was a central player in the Afghan war — and if our delivery didn’t make it to Kabul, the entire strategy of building up the Afghanistan army was going to fail. It was totally killing my buzz. There were all these shadowy forces, and I didn’t know what their motives were. But I had to get my shit together and put my best arms-dealer face on.”

The Stoner Arms Dealers: How Two American Kids Became Big-Time Weapons Traders

Reads like a Doonesbury strip gone wrong, but apparently it’s not that hard to become a defense contractor for the Pentagon.