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Uruguay legalizes marijuana... http://m.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/uruguays-senate-is-expected-to-legalize-marijuana-in-latin-american-country/2013/12/10/20ae3cfa-61e5-11e3-bf45-61f69f54fc5f_story.html

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Comments (115)

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Too bad you can't be a stoner tourist...guess I'm gonna have to move there!

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Minneapolis, MN 55402, USA

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It'll be legal here someday! But it'll take a revolution to make it happen

Freeman @ about 4 years ago

Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459, USA

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It's gonna be a while in the South. Georgia only recently legalized liquor sales on Sunday.

Racer X @ about 4 years ago

Stone Mountain, GA 30083, USA

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MN still requires liquor stores to close on Sunday. I live on the border with WI though, so it's no big deal to me. The liquor stores in the WI border towns do an incredible business on Sundays.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Minneapolis, MN 55402, USA

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I am curious to see how things go in WA and CO in January...if legalization doesn't cause the sky to fall, and especially if revenues are great, can other states be far behind?

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Minneapolis, MN 55402, USA

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Thai curious? lesbian!!! Hey Doc how's it hangin?

Mr. Pink @ about 4 years ago

Brunswick, OH, USA

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Hi Pink...well but busy. New job.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Downtown West, Minneapolis, MN

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so you maintain a liquor cellar?

UndrWater @ about 4 years ago

Southwood Riviera, Torrance, CA 90505

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I maintain a liquor seller. I basically pay his mortgage.

Racer X @ about 4 years ago

Greenbriar, Atlanta, GA

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on Sundays now too!

UndrWater @ about 4 years ago

Gardena, CA 90248, USA

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its so puritanical that sunday have prohibited alcohol sales when one can buy the alcohol on Saturday or any other day of the week and get blasted right before church.

[412035] @ about 4 years ago

Martinsburg, WV 25401, United States

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but you cant "buy" it on sunday, that's so wrong.

[412035] @ about 4 years ago

Martinsburg, WV 25401, United States

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http://content.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1893946,00.html move to Portugal.

evetsno1 @ about 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

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I don't think we have that here

The Drew @ about 4 years ago

Murray Hill, New York, NY

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What, pot? Or alcohol? Because I've seen lives ruined with the latter. Not so much with the former.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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The article above supports legalization of all drugs...with statistics anyway. So until Angilius shows up, and logic and reason fly out the door, actual results rule.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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(or Inex of course, who could deny the king of Logic Fail)

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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all drugs and rehab rather than criminalization, it's cheaper.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Utica, MI 48317, USA

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Cheaper, less deadly...and lets not forget revenues and job creation from growing/harvesting, regulation, sales, taxation.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Vadnais Heights, MN, USA

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Plus the secondary money saved from not having full jails and supporting an entire class of non-working adults.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Vadnais Heights, MN, USA

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Exactly. Now all the non-working adults can be sitting in their mother's basement getting high.

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Bethlehem, GA, USA

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they are anyway.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Utica, MI 48317, USA

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Better that than the rest of us paying their way.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Vadnais Heights, MN, USA

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true

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Bethlehem, GA 30620, USA

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it is more difficult for kids right out of college to get a job now that everyone has a college degree, it used to get people a job on the spot, now interviewers say "what else do you have?"

[412035] @ almost 4 years ago

Martinsburg, WV 25401, United States

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herpes

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Monroe, GA 30656, USA

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the gift that keeps on giving.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

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Racer did I ever tell you how awesome you are? Love ya baby.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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I get that a lot.

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

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The hell you do. What a wad.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4e/Meatwad.png

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

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meat wad

UndrWater @ almost 4 years ago

Cerritos, CA 90703, USA

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miss that show

UndrWater @ almost 4 years ago

Cerritos, CA 90703, USA

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Makes you wonder why of all the things Obama and the Democrats push why isn't marijuana legalization among them? I'll spare you the embarrassment of looking like a fool by posting why before you blame religious "zealots"

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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and conservatives, evil. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-31/money-laundering-banks-still-get-a-pass-from-u-s-.html

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-02/hsbc-judge-approves-1-9b-drug-money-laundering-accord.html

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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Yeah I don't think that has anything to do with it Angilius. Nor do I "blame" any single group. Never have. It's simply an ingrained, well intentioned tenet of social order that has grown up around a bizarre set of double standards.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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The social order is that you make stuff illegal if it messes with our brains...or relegate it to medical use. The double standard, of course, is alcohol. Our efforts to belatedly relegate that substance into the social norm where it belonged was

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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a failure of historic proportions as we all know. So we collectively threw up our hands and said fine, this substance can be legal. But nothing else!! It's silly, really. Look at why the law was forced into repeal. All the same reasons exist

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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now with other substances...yet our social normative ideas are so strong, we can't give them up. That is "who" I "blame" Angilius.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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The strongest case for legalization, by far, is for mj since it's a milder drug than alcohol and a naturally grown product. If that is the only other drug legalized, it still is an improvement in terms of reducing jail population, wasted enforcement

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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resources, and black market factors...while providing jobs, govt income, and happy stoners. Win, win, win.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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Obama and these "leglators" are damned puppets. They do what the banks and elitists tell them to do. The drug trade and accompanying "war" on drugs are big industry. A means of milking the taxpayer. Also, don't you claim

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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to be an attorney? I would think you would know users typically pay a $50 fine. Most dealers are sentenced as users. Most do jail, not prison, time if any. Are you intentionally trying to mislead others or are you

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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required to lie as a liberal/attorney/nut job?

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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I am not a criminal attorney and unlike you, apparently, I don't have personal knowledge of how drug dealers plead in the courts.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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As for the Obama-elitist conspiracy stuff, whatever Faux Boobs tells you I am sure you swallow whole, so I won't hold you personally accountable for that ridiculous crap. After all, you have shown a remarkable inability to think for yourself.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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You substitute Bible quotes and Fox commentary for actual thought processes. We've come to expect it, so by all means, rave on.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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http://reason.com/archives/2011/06/08/prison-math interesting article on prison population and non-violent drug offenders.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

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Interesting indeed evetsno1

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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LOL…you're obviously the one who can't think for themselves. You argue for legalizing marijuana then insinuate that I'm a user or dealer because I know more about it then you. Conspiracy…? They're articles from the main

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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stream media. Why do you not bat an eyelash when banks receive a slap on the wrist for laundering drug money, but post misleading information when it comes to marihuana sentencing? How many bankers went to jail for their

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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part in causing the economic crisis on '08? You're just plain not thinking.

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=74&jumival=9471 Yeah, you're right. Obama's not a puppet and the banks aren't running the world.

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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Couldn't make it through your whole article Stephen, but it sounds like liberal nonsense. Are you arguing that only violent offenders should be incarcerated? I don't like my property stolen when I'm not home, how about

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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great article, Steve-O

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

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you? They only do time when they're caught with dispensable quantities and when they're a repeat offenders. Dealers don't give away drugs for free. Addicts commit burglaries, robberies and larcenies to support their

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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habits. There's good reason to lock these people up.

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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@Angelus- do you understand the concept of a victimless crime? If your property was stolen, there is a victim.

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

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Who is the victim of a crime when a person sits in their living room and smokes pot?

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

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@racer that would depend on how you look at it and what degree of separation we give dealers and cartels from someone just sitting in their living room smoking a j.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Utica, MI, USA

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personally I think we have to think of it as if we have removed them from the equation but it could be argued that they are still contributing to violent crime.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Utica, MI, USA

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Yet another argument for legalization is to remove the black market element from the equation, which does in fact turn what would be a victimless crime into a sort of violent crime by proxy.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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this is of course is pre-legalization at which time they will be removed anyway.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Utica, MI, USA

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Look at the violence that was driven by alcohol prohibition. look at the violence driven by drug prohibition. similar?

Really?? @ almost 4 years ago

West Lucas, IA, USA

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Angilius, what about alcoholics...do they commit crimes like those you attribute to other drug addicts?

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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http://www.cato.org/publications/policy-analysis/alcohol-prohibition-was-failure deja vu

Really?? @ almost 4 years ago

West Lucas, IA, USA

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The mentality that something is immoral because it's illegal is ridiculous.

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

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Legalize it

The Drew @ almost 4 years ago

Yorkville, New York, NY

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Racer, if anyone should believe that it's Angilius.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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Racer, do you understand the concept of reading? The article stressed high relative incarceration rates due to the three strikes laws and mandatory sentencing pointing out that a relatively large proportion of crimes

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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were "non-violent" not "victimless." Furthermore the issue is being blurred. Most incarcerated drug offenders are not in prison because of marihuana related offenses. They involve the traffic of harder drugs which users

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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commit crimes in order to obtain. Inmates doing time related to marihuana are typically big dealers. Probably locked up because they're not part of one of the major syndicates or are lower on the totem pole.

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

26e82c69bac3abe48cfce8aae262fda8

No need to go out of the country. http://www.cnbc.com/id/101273209

The Drew @ almost 4 years ago

Yorkville, New York, NY

E7a9fca64ddb4354ed41c60d8d1d97e0

actually angelus I think marijuana offenders comprise the majority of drug offenders in prison. marijuana is a schedule one drug and considered more dangerous than cocaine by our legal system. it is also more widely used than other illegal drugs.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

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Steven, maybe you have a better source, but according to this web page just over 12% of inmates are serving marihuana related sentences. I don't believe marihuana is a schedule I drug, perhaps you meant hashish.

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

Eae801e1796256f6fa36c012423936f7

http://www.drugwarfacts.org/cms/Prisons_and_Drugs#sthash.qerfbM01.dpbs

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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Apparently, most of those in prison for a marihuana related offense pleaded down a more serious charge involving a "harder" drug.

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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Where do they pay a $50 fine? Here it's $1500 fine. Plus classes & 2 yrs probation (which you also have to pay for) It can cost $2500 here.

Repeal the "Patriot" Act!™ @ almost 4 years ago

Bush, LA 70431, USA

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I stand corrected, Steven. Marihuana is a schedule I drug. It's possession has been decriminalized here in NY though.

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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Legal or illegal marijuana being schedule one is an absolute joke. I never got that one.

The Drew @ almost 4 years ago

Yorkville, New York, NY

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http://adplegal.com/practice-areas/new-york-drug-crime-lawyers/marijuana-charges/

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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Yeah, but can't minors buy alcohol?

Angelus @ almost 4 years ago

Vestal, NY 13850, United States

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I was reading this thread and thinking about a thread I started wayy back about a local dude getting life in prison for selling pot. It was kinda funny rereading it and seeing how some of our opinions have changed on this one. I'll bump it. lol

Repeal the "Patriot" Act!™ @ almost 4 years ago

Bush, LA 70431, USA

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http://www.rattietattierescue.com

Mr. Pink @ almost 4 years ago

Brunswick, OH, USA

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Pink...get a grip

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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have sex with me :-)

Mr. Pink @ almost 4 years ago

Brunswick, OH, USA

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it is definitely a result of lobbying that marijuana ever received a class one classification because their is no way it is more dangerous than coke.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

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@pink - Okay

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

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1onsteve...my understanding is that the lumber industry is responsible for for the demonization of mj originally (too successful a competitor) and that this led the way to schedule 1 status.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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the liquor companies also added to it as well as a lot of other industries because hemp can be used for so many things from rope to paper to clothes, etc. it was a concerted effort.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

E7a9fca64ddb4354ed41c60d8d1d97e0

maybe if smoking a j was as prestigious as sipping scotch on the rocks it wouldn't have succeeded but their is nothing elitist about smoking a j. lol

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

C767f03aeb282b9660d8157840047228

True, it's pretty hippy dippy...not to mention sociable.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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Vaporizers are healthier.

The Drew @ almost 4 years ago

Yorkville, New York, NY

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Illegality of cannabis has a crazy history, it's actually difficult to comb through because there's an international angle that never quite made sense to me. (UK was actually the first to make it illegal)

The Drew @ almost 4 years ago

Yorkville, New York, NY

C767f03aeb282b9660d8157840047228

I've heard that Drew. One of those topics that would make a really interesting term paper for a Masters in history or something.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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Marijuana is illegal because hemp is so useful. DuPont, the timber industry, the oil industry, the plastics industries, and petrochemical industries in general lobby hard to keep it illegal.

srorriM & ekomS @ almost 4 years ago

Ann Arbor, MI 48103, United States

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The fact that it remains a schedule I narcotic is absurd. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2013/08/23/20-medical-studies-that-prove-cannabis-can-cure-cancer/

srorriM & ekomS @ almost 4 years ago

Ann Arbor, MI 48103, United States

E7a9fca64ddb4354ed41c60d8d1d97e0

@Drew they didn't have vaporizers the last time I smoked. like to try one tho!

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

C767f03aeb282b9660d8157840047228

Used to love the bong, myself...spliffs were just too harsh.

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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Just don't try bringing it into Singapore. Death Penalty!

The Drew @ almost 4 years ago

New York, NY 10021, USA

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http://www.cnb.gov.sg/drugs/bannedsubstance/cannabis.aspx

The Drew @ almost 4 years ago

New York, NY 10021, USA

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they don't fück around

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

E7a9fca64ddb4354ed41c60d8d1d97e0

price for marijuana in Uruguay is about 1$/gram or approximately 30$ an ounce.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

E7a9fca64ddb4354ed41c60d8d1d97e0

price for marijuana in Uruguay is about 1$/gram or approximately 30$ an ounce.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

E7a9fca64ddb4354ed41c60d8d1d97e0

price for marijuana in Uruguay is about 1$/gram or approximately 30$ an ounce.

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

95b2766b2c78c614fd5379051cd35677

I'll say that again!

Racer X @ almost 4 years ago

Winder, GA 30680, USA

E7a9fca64ddb4354ed41c60d8d1d97e0

it was worth repeating!

evetsno1 @ almost 4 years ago

Sterling Heights, MI 48313, USA

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I have family in the business, growing for the clinics in Cali, and personal in Michigan. I swore I'd never farm again when I left home, but I may just reconsider.

et in Arcadia ego @ almost 4 years ago

Gary, IN 46406, USA

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Clearly I need to get to know you and your family much better, Arcadia...

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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They're on my wife's side, Doc... West-By-God hillbillies, every one of them.

et in Arcadia ego @ almost 4 years ago

Elkhart, IN 46516, USA

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Cool, how many teeth between them?

Dr. Evil @ almost 4 years ago

Minneapolis, MN 55402, USA

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that was mean! (but funny)

UndrWater @ almost 4 years ago

Cerritos, CA 90703, USA

B5542118c2d0317fb8dbad550049edb7

Hey, their dental problems are genetic. Fortunately, my wife has as many teeth as the rest of the family, I could afford good dental care for her.

et in Arcadia ego @ almost 4 years ago

Elkhart, IN 46516, USA

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And I passed on my good genes to the kids. Three cavities and two baby teeth removed in over fifty years. I see a dentist regularly, every yen years.

et in Arcadia ego @ almost 4 years ago

Elkhart, IN 46516, USA

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