Eaze, which launched 16 months ago, is the brainchild of Keith McCarty, 30, who grew up in Orange and graduated from Chapman University. Image: Robin Abcarian, Los Angeles Times

Carlos and I are bombing around San Francisco in his 1999 Maxima, delivering marijuana to people who have ordered it from Eaze, a company that many have called the "Uber of cannabis."

I had forgotten how fast 25-year-old guys like to drive. But this is good, because Eaze boldly promises customers, all of whom must have medical marijuana cards, that they will receive their weed in 15 minutes or less.

Our first delivery of the afternoon, about $200 worth of sweet-looking bud, goes to a woman who lives in the Mission.

She comes out to the sidewalk to meet us. She looks as if she's in her early 30s, is in the retail wine business, and does not want to give her name.

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