Yet here you are, telling us how they deserve to suffer because weed will destroy their lives.
....I never once said they deserve to suffer nor did I ever insinuate that. Don't put words in my mouth.
Maybe I think he doesn't necessarily need to? Sure it's his choice but doesn't mean he necessarily needs to do such a thing.If you know so much, why did you question why he takes it?
Which was a reply to mine.Yes, the evil government which banned alcohol and then was forced figuratively at gunpoint to bring it back due to the public outcry of the people.
So then, I did claim that the Government has it labeled incorrectly for a reason. This is direct correlation with prison populations and prison labor, with evidence of products like Tobacco and Alcohol on the market. Not including, most of cases in drug court are Pot related.The only harm weed has caused is by the American Governments Schedule 1 label and the families it tears apart in the wake.
Sorry, you cannot stand there and claim there isn't a double standard in the Government, with products like Cigarettes and Alcohol on the market. We are in Prohibition v2.0 with Weed right now. It needs to stop and the misinformation needs to stop.
Yes, the evil government is purposefully feeding misinformation, to keep a commonly used drug in illegal status, to ensure it's prison labor.
If she is smoking pot, don't worry about it too much. Just make sure she isn't going overboard on it.
Besides, at least she isn't doing the harder stuff like alcohol, that shit can really fuck your life up if it doesn't kill you.
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Medical Mairjuanna I more *ok* then recrational.I didn't ask you what the reality was. I asked you what you thought about it. Furthermore, Colorado legalized recreational, not just medical.
Right.Given that pot is less dangerous than aspirin, it just seems a bizarre insinuation.
I'm sorry that you don't like the facts, but that's what they are. It has no serious long-term health consequences, it is not chemically addictive, and you can't overdose on it.Right.
You see, since many drug dealers don't deal in just one substance, they typically start offering and pressuring them to try other stuff.
An example of this would be if you had a pothead go to their supplier to get some weed but he also deals in heroin and starts offering it to them even letting them get a free try and pressuring them to try it, THAT is how many got their start.
If it was legal and regulated, that wouldn't happen as much due to the fact that their supplier is the local convenience store and not trying to actively get them to try the harder drugs.