love Lantana wrote:the minute you legalize it that means they will screaming for rights, meaning at some point I am going to have to breathe it or walk through it.
Pipeline wrote:love Lantana wrote:the minute you legalize it that means they will screaming for rights, meaning at some point I am going to have to breathe it or walk through it.
I have never had an issue with "ode' de marlboro"
Brian wrote:Where is Al's thoughts in all this? Not that I already know his stance, I just really enjoy reading his over the top, ultra conservative opinions!
josh wrote:Pretty sure perfume has not been linked to cancer though. Just sayin.
Freya wrote:josh wrote:Pretty sure perfume has not been linked to cancer though. Just sayin.
I think you're thinking of cigarettes. Cannabis smoke is not linked to causing cancer. It is a common misperception though.
And people who actually do the research and not just squawk about the harm it does will find out that not one death has been caused by smoking "reefer." While I agree that it is not advisable to drive under the "influence," THC simply not toxic enough to kill.
And why is alcohol and cigarettes even legal in the first place? It is because they are multi-billion dollar corporations that this government makes quite a pretty penny in taxing these items. I just find it humorous that we legalize drugs that make the government money and outlaw a blatantly much less dangerous "drug."
This is simply making criminals of people who are not. What do you care if little Johnny sits at home on his parents basement couch, tokes up, downs a bag of doritos, then goes to school the next day. That is extremely hypocritical of people to try to regulate peoples lives if they are not hurting anyone else, or violating any other laws. Some people are smart and some people are not. Let people make their own decisions, good or bad, and hope they learn from their experiences and become better people for it.
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