A father and son want to turn the Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont into a marijuana dispensary.\r\n\r\nThe Rutland Herald\u00a0reports that the museum, which has been up for sale for several years, is being eyed by Daniel Reilly Sr. and Daniel Reilly Jr. for purchase as a dispensary.\r\n\r\nThe Reillys are seeking state approval for the move, with a discussion on the matter by the Rutland Town Select Board scheduled to take place Aug. 22.\r\n\r\nBut why stop there? We reimagined some of Norman Rockwell's classic paintings... on weed.\r\n\r\nHave you ever looked at Abraham Lincoln on a five-dollar bill stoned? He definitely has.\r\n\r\nIn this re-imagining of the 1927 painting "The Law Student," the law student researches how much concentrate he can put in a vape pen under California's Proposition 64. (It's one ounce.)\r\n\r\nRockwell painted "Triple Self-Portrait," in 1959, but the squares made him paint over B-Real and Snoop. Here it is in its original, blazing glory.\r\n\r\nIn the original 1963 painting, the couple were holding Skippy -- a sticky icky for a more innocent time.\r\n\r\nThe original is called "Pregnant Woman Drinking Tea." In our version, she's not pregnant, okay? She just has the munchies. Be cool.\r\n\r\nWe actually didn't change this one at all.\r\n\r\nRockwell, who was known for his wholesome, slice-of-Americana portraits that frequently appeared in the Saturday Evening Post, died in 1978 at age 84.