Have You Ever Smoked Pot?

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+44 1. tiggfigg commented 7 years ago

What's that behind your ear?

Dinner. XD
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-13 2. VerityBlack commented 7 years ago

I've tried pot on 3 separate occasions. It had little effect, besides making me feel a bit sick. The stuff is vastly overrated. Hard to believe that in some countries you can get yourself locked up and executed just for having it in your pocket.
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+9 3. woschman commented 7 years ago

Sooo, I ask you Snotr people. Have you ever smoked pot? ;)
I sure have :P
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+4 4. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

Yeah, been there, done that. it is funny but it did not make me happy... The law sais it is not allowed here(The Netherlands), but the police does not arrest you . and a judge does not sentence you ,for having 5 grams or less. As long you smoke it in your own private enviroment. Or in special licened coffeeshops.
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+4 5. p310don commented 7 years ago

never in my life. such a square 8-)
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+6 6. BuBu commented 7 years ago

Yeaa made a kickazz pasta dish last night :P
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+10 7. spynode commented 7 years ago

#2 Your stuff sucked believe me. Or You where doing it wrong. Guaranteed. Agreed on Your last point though.
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+7 8. sartre commented 7 years ago

You often see, in defence of cannabis, someone claiming that much of rock music came from its consumption. But some of the most productive musicians never smoked. That includes Frank Zappa (who also said it gave him a headache when he tried it) and Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull.

My own experience, of 15 years' daily smoking, is that I had some amazing times that wouldn't have been possible without it. But in the end I regretted the amount of my time that it used up.
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+4 9. irishgek commented 7 years ago

#8 Jethro tull ....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0GAuexrVzo

Tripping off his head on acid .....Bad Example.

I Still do not understand why alcohol , Coffee , Cigarettes are legal and pot is not.

Alcohol is a poison , Cigarettes are addictive , Coffee is a Stimulant.

Id prefer to be able to do them all legally :P
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+2 10. sartre commented 7 years ago

#9 I agree with you that all drugs should be legalised. But as for Ian Anderson, just read the comment on that video by GTX1123:

"Ian Anderson never touched drugs - not once nor even got drunk. This is a well known fact. Unlike the Ed Sullivan show, there were certain shows back then where you were not allowed to play live. This was probably because the directors and producers were terrified of one disasterous performance which could cause a big loss in their ratings. OK, yeah whatever - he could have got a little closer to the mic - but this was typical of Ian's always entertaining, animated bawdy antics on stage. "

Also, this interview with him: http://www.songfacts.com/blog/interviews/ian_anderson_of_jethro_tull/

"I mean, out of all the bands, and all the people I’ve known, really, I’m probably the only person I know for sure never did what we popularly called “drugs” during all of that period. It was just something everybody did. And I didn’t really enjoy being around people who were doing drugs, so I just took myself often to read a book somewhere, and waited for it all to kind of evaporate from the rock and roll lifestyle."
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-6 11. netboy commented 7 years ago

#9 that's because you only have half a usable brain.
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-1 12. txo commented 7 years ago

#2:24 She start speaking very fast; a speed for that woman plese
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+4 13. librabooks commented 7 years ago

Let's play a game here...You have 2 drugs. 1 is legal, the other is not. Too much of one of the drugs and you are in the parking lot during a wedding reception, beating up the Best Man. Too much of the other and you are hugging a tree. Can you guess what the drugs are?
#2 Are you sure someone wasn't playing a joke on you and you maybe smoked Oregano? :P
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+2 14. passive commented 7 years ago

Not what I wanna see when I'm on day 1 of quitting. :(|)
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-4 15. PuffPuff commented 7 years ago

All of them if abused will f**k you over in the long term.

These crappy arguments that I keep hearing about how the legal ones are so much more "evil" than the one in question really are f**ktardic.

Alcohol is more than fine if consumed in decent quantities and being of a decent quality. (red wine, white wine even the hard stuff - do not start combining energizers with whiskey - ofc you will fuck your system).

Tobacco if 100% natural and pure (not the crap that we have in today's generic smokes) is again fine if consumed in decent quantities. The natural one does not trigger addiction as fast as the chemical improved one.

MJ is fine if used seldom. Long term usage and on a daily basis will decrease your intellectual prowess and you will be operating at a suboptimal level. Not to get into other long term side effects. And they are still learning the bad stuff as well as the good parts.

Every shit that is consumed in gigantic quantities will do you harm.

Stop with the labeling and craptastic, ignorant arguments for legalizing a certain drug (it does not matter which).

The arguments for legalizing something must come from the benefits of legalizing it and not from negative comparison with other products.

The question is - why legalize a drug that, at this point in time, brings more money into the economy through it's black market and finances (like any other drug business) campaigns and other big businesses?

It is most likely we will see starting to be legalized in more countries as newer, cheaper drugs are developed and they will then invest in public campaigns that will lower the adversity of certain communities towards it by changing its nature through "safe language".
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+3 16. librabooks commented 7 years ago

#15 The answer to your question is threefold - 1. Marijuana on the black market is sometimes cut with harder, more addicting drugs like PCP. By legalizing it and having it regulated you eliminate that possibility. 2. By eliminating the black market distribution of it, you eliminate the violence and crimes associated with it. 3. You won't be clogging up the judicial and penal systems with a downright stupid law.
As far as bringing money into the country, where on earth did you come up with THAT idea? If anything, money is funneling OUT of the US to countries that supply the drugs! Did you happen to smoke a fatty before commenting?
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+2 17. arsonfire2 commented 7 years ago

Snotr you make me wanna role that joint O:) Life for me is just weed and brew >:)
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-2 18. PuffPuff commented 7 years ago

@librabooks:

1. Marijuana on the black market is sometimes cut with harder, more addicting drugs like PCP

-> this will also happen when they will legalize it and big tobacco or other giant industry will get its hold onto it and chemically modify it just like they do with normal, pure tobacco

2. By eliminating the black market distribution of it, you eliminate the violence and crimes associated with it.

-> What violence and crimes are associated with marijuana?

3. You won't be clogging up the judicial and penal systems with a downright stupid law.

Oo yes it will be clogged by frivolous lawsuits started by retarded individuals or by class action lawsuits against the big industry that took over the national production of MJ.

People don't sue the dealers because they can't. If they could, they would.

Americans love to sue.


These are not valid arguments for legalizing MJ. Tbh, I can't really think, for the moment, at any sound minded reasons for which I would want such a thing.



The thing is that most of the people do not understand what will happen when it becomes legalized.

It's the same thing as with the brainwashing that goes around in the world about democracy. A beautiful word that isn't even in the US Constitution. Imagine that. But every American thinks they live in a democracy.

When it becomes legalized, all that will happen is that you will be able to buy it without the fear of getting busted.

The problems will still be there.

Organized crime has always worked with the state power. The money goes where it should.

By legalizing it, all you do is transferring the source of the income from a black/grey area to a white one but most of the problems will still be there.

Instead of dealers, you will have corporations.

Do you actually think that one will be allowed to cultivate his own stuff in the back garden? They are not that stupid.
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+3 19. librabooks commented 7 years ago

@Puff Puff

1. Chemical modification vs. PCP ... hmmm, that's a tough choice. Let me get back to you on that one.

2. What world are you living in? Ever accidentally stumble across a grow op? You obviously never have because you are still alive (I think).

3. Who is it you're actually blaming here? The retarded individuals, the lawyers, the corporations, the judicial system or the legalization? You don't think that with pretty much ANY corporation there will eventually be some kind of lawsuit because of the US's overly litigious society?

Of course people don't sue the dealer but there are other things (such as ratting him out to the cops) that one can do to exact revenge on the dealer.

4. "The problems will still be there." What problems? You just implied that there was no violence or crime.

5. "Organized crime has always worked with the state power.". Funny, I always thought corporations had more pull with the government. I think someone like a Senator or Governor would rather be caught wheeling and dealing with a corporation than a mob boss!

What about the fact that it's now legal to carry up to an ounce of MJ in 2 states? Are those 2 states immune to organized crime?

6. People will grow it no matter what. I grow tomatoes and chives on my balcony. I don't see the ketchup police or Hunt's or Heinz trying to break down my door! Medicinal MJ is legal with a prescription and there are MANY places/people that are allowed to grow it for their own use.
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0 20. PuffPuff commented 7 years ago

I was trolled by the length of the comment.

There was an introduction and 4 direct replies to your problems raised.

@ As I do not have the time to write it all again, I hope I will get the time to get back on the issues you raised.



Short coverage of my points:

- they will want monopoly -> they will make sure the average joe will not be able to grow it legally; they will be able to do what they want with the product and you will have to suck it up
- the old infrastructure and HR will have to respecialize
- my question was a rhetorical one - if you think now is bad, wait for them to take on new ventures
- the money will still end up where they should
- Ask Nixon - smiley face
- you cannot compare growing fruits or vegetables with growing this particular product

People that yell "legalize MJ" do not think it through. It will not all be fine and dandy and everybody will be able to grow it on near their porch. They will not let us do that. The promise of high profits is too great.

I do not think you know what they do with regular tobacco. If you think localized splicing of MJ is bad, wait for it to get into the hands of corporations.

Organized crime is just another branch of the power.
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+1 21. librabooks commented 7 years ago

Well, I guess we'll just have to wait and see the outcome of the 2 states that legalized it.