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Don't smoke, and probably would never smoke even if it become legal, but I say yes.
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Irrationality, the type of people who are mentally unstable or are dangerous to others under the influence of different drugs.
Ok. I admit it now. I couldn't stay away. Had to see the end of the trainwreck, and my... it was impressive.
"The goal of mankind" is to "advance" in every aspect it can?
I mean.... really?
I guess all those native tribes in South America and Africa must have missed that memo. Probably just need to check their emails, huh?
Seriously, dude. You should take a cultural anthropology course or two or three or more.
Yeah. All those fat cells in the brain sure do soak up the THC.
unstable? dangerous to others? but getting drunk is cool with you and getting high isn't? computes about as well as my dog doing trig
You don't think those tribes are trying to develop their tribes with the resources they are given?
I mean, what you are using to post with and communicate with is a prime example of mankind working to develop itself further and create better things all the time.
Legalize it and tax it. We would be out of debt in 3 months.
No, I was discussing allowing anything to be legal as long as people are given the responsibility to not invade other's rights.
Yes. A thousand times yes.
My reasoning is because I cant think of one possible reason why it should be illegal. People are going to do it anyway, it isn't harmful, it is beneficial as a cheap painkiller, doesn't make people violent, and it could provide another revenue stream for the government. Also, keeping it illegal just criminalizes the behavior and makes regular people have to deal with sketch ass drug dealers, which is much more of a gateway to hard drugs than marijuana itself.
I think it will be legal for recreational use in most states within 15 years.
Would that mean my work wouldn't be able to make me pee in a cup anymore?
legalize it so i can operate the nations nuclear plants high dog
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
As a current Cancer patient I completely support legalization. I cant tell you how easy they will pass out Oxy Codone for every little ache and pain which I limit my intake due to the side effects. I would much rather eat a cookie or candy which would alleviate my pain and make me eat. Oxy Codone makes my stomach upset which requires me to take Zofran in order to stop the stomach pains. Typically I wont eat anything while on pain meds. It's completely ridiculous that this isnt legal for medical purposes. Unfortunately I live in Alabama and I know this will never be legal in my lifetime thanks to our backward ass way of thinking. People in this state are all about their rights and personal freedoms unless your personal freedoms go against their moral compass.
What if a supermajority of people think you are irrational even without the use of drugs?
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Frankly whether it's harmful or not is immaterial
Bottom line: any substance that I choose to ingest is purely a matter of personal liberty. If after ingesting said substance I visit harm on another's person or property there should of course be laws against that conduct...but not with regard to the substance itself
The bogus drug war has "justified' for decades a full on assault on our constitutional liberties which has moved us ever closer to police state status.
I agree man. The Deep South will be the last group of states to change.
People just can't think rationally. The religious right has a stranglehold on politics.
Nah. It would still be expensive, and I could grow enough bud in a 5 x 5 area for me and everyone I know that smokes. I'd never have to buy it from anyone, and I'd know exactly what products were used.
i know one reason1 they haven't made it legal is because they have no way to test how high you are2 at a given time. Say you're driving3 high and you get pulled over4, they have no test like a breathalyzer does for alchohol5, to detect how much over the influence you are6.
2. they probably have but keep it a secret like the herpes cure
3. VW fan I'm sure
4. Stop calling me radio unit 91
6. "Your"if you're Duvalnole
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Depends on what work you do and a lot of other stuff
No, I know of some conpanies that do tests for tobacco use
“If you remember me, then I don't care if everyone else forgets.” ― Haruki Murakami
are you confuse?
CLiffs: They dont have a device that tells how high you are. Make it legal and you can drive as high as you want which would not be good
I guess I didn't explain myself well or phrases that correctly.
First off, I don't do brain surgery or pilot an airliner. Nobody's life is on the line if a deploy the wrong security patch to their laptop.
If its legal can they still make me pee in a cup and fire me for smoking it on my day off?
Example: Zucchini is not a controlled substance. Would it be constitutional to establishing a policy that people that consume zucchini cannot work somewhere?
People that are stoned, drunk, whatever on the job should be fired. I believe an employer has that right, but if I went out of town and hung out with buddies and ate zucchini three weeks ago, then get fired for it, that's jacked up.
I understand your argument, just commenting on your grammar/spelling/presentaion
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