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  • MadMax 2013/01/31 23:35:24
    Yes
    MadMax
    Absolutely nothing wrong with it.
  • The Aging Yankee Liberal Do... 2013/01/31 23:33:30
    Yes
    The Aging Yankee Liberal Douche
    Yes it should
  • PhoenixFloe 2012/11/12 18:33:09
    Yes
    PhoenixFloe
    +1
    Yes and no. I think that doing this would be better than nothing but truly, I believe it should be fully legal.


    Here's some of the research I have found that has led me to believe marijuana should be fully legal:

    First of all, the U.S. government has already made an extensively researched case against their own claim that marijuana has no medicinal benefits. You can find proof of this by looking up these patents:

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids can be used as antioxidants and neuroprotectants:

    United States Patent: 6630507

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory properties:

    United States Patent: 6410588

    Those are the two main ones, but if you look further at the related patent links you will find a few more.

    So, based on this evidence, marijuana, at the VERY LEAST, should be immediately decriminalized nationwide.



    Personally, I believe marijuana should be made legal like valerian root, lavender, garlic and poppies are legal. It is a plant and an amazingly useful healing plant at that. If you care to know more (its absurd if you don't) here is a whole lot of information including scientific studies and real life testimonials:


    Cannabis Oil: This is a relatively new cancer treatment and the one we are most excited about. There have been med...












































    Yes and no. I think that doing this would be better than nothing but truly, I believe it should be fully legal.


    Here's some of the research I have found that has led me to believe marijuana should be fully legal:

    First of all, the U.S. government has already made an extensively researched case against their own claim that marijuana has no medicinal benefits. You can find proof of this by looking up these patents:

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids can be used as antioxidants and neuroprotectants:

    United States Patent: 6630507

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory properties:

    United States Patent: 6410588

    Those are the two main ones, but if you look further at the related patent links you will find a few more.

    So, based on this evidence, marijuana, at the VERY LEAST, should be immediately decriminalized nationwide.



    Personally, I believe marijuana should be made legal like valerian root, lavender, garlic and poppies are legal. It is a plant and an amazingly useful healing plant at that. If you care to know more (its absurd if you don't) here is a whole lot of information including scientific studies and real life testimonials:


    Cannabis Oil: This is a relatively new cancer treatment and the one we are most excited about. There have been medical studies that have proven that cannabinoids literally destroy cancer cells and many, many success stories. Most people think of marijuana in terms of people smoking it to get high. This is very different. It is made from a very large quantity of cannabis with all of the medicinal parts extracted into a tiny jar of goo. It can be grown an made easily in your wn home. More than any other medicine, I have read many many astonishing tales of cures from this stuff. I encourage you to watch the videos and read the articles below. There are also many studies suggesting that raw cannabis plant, if ingested is a powerful health tonic with benefits ranging from relief of many different chronic pain conditions, anti-cancer, cell regeneration, and immune boost. The plant if taken raw has no psychoactive effects at all, that is, it DOES NOT GET YOU HIGH AT ALL. Cannabis only gets you high if heated or extracted in oil/sugar/alcohol.

    Eating Raw Cannabis as a Dietary Essential:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Harvard Study Showing Cannabinoids can Reduce Certain Types of Tumors:

    http://www.cancer.gov/cancert...

    Two of MANY success stories online:

    http://chrisbeatcancer.com/li...

    http://www.vote29.com/newmybl...

    Run From the Cure – A documentary on cannabis oil:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/c...

    Cured Too – Another documentary:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    A Man who cured himself of Prostate Cancer Part 1:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Part 2:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...


    Cannabis has also been linked, in recent studies, with lowering the prevalence of and even treating Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and dementia. In addition to this research, I, personally, have seen skin cancer cured by rubbing cannabis oil into the afflicted area daily. I believe because I have seen it. If you or someone you know has cancer, would you really write off a potential cure/effective treatment for cancer just because you think it sounds ridiculous? People thought it was ridiculous that fluoride could cause mass brain development problems in children and lowered IQ's among populations of people with fluoridated water. This is proven, well researched fact, yet we have been led to believe for more than 70 years that fluoride is harmless and beneficial to the teeth. It has also been illegally added to our water supplies in many, many states. Why is it so hard, then, for people to believe that cannabis could potentially very effectively treat cancer and a multitude of other diseases and that this fact has been effectively hidden from us for years? And why oh WHY do so many people write off the possibility immediately and entirely without even researching it let alone trying it for themselves or for a loved one? Yet, many will without much question, drink coffee daily, smoke cigarettes, take harmful prescription drugs and/or drink themselves silly at least once a month..


    It's a wonderful medicine and healthy way to unwind if used correctly. Everyone is different so the effective dosage and strain will vary from person to person depending on their specific body chemistry and what that person is using it for. Just like anything in this world, it's simply not for everyone. Peanuts cause one hundred deaths every year, on average, because people are allergic to them. In a similar yet not deadly way, there are probably some people who react negatively to pot no matter what. My guess is that this is very rare and in most cases it is a problem of dose or strain. The problem arises when people abuse marijuana and intake too much. They burn out natural receptors in their brains and that can cause a whole slew of problems. These same receptors are enhanced and multiplied when dosage is set low and the medicine is far more effective at the lower doses. (Unless we are talking about pain management, which can be different.) Just like with anything in life, if you do it too much, you may become psychologically addicted to it and it will most likely have negative effects on your life. Moderation is key. Food is far more harmful than cannabis if abused. Should we outlaw food?


    There are no links available for most peer reviewed articles of scientific studies because they are In published and copyrighted scientific journals, but you can gain access to some of them at a local library or you can go online and purchase them. Here are some names to look up...

    "Inhibition of Skin Tumor Growth and Angiogenesis in Vivo by Activation of Cannabinoid Receptors" -By The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    "Cannabis-Derived Substances in Cancer Therapy - An Emerging Anti-Inflammatory Role for the Cannabinoids" -By Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.

    If it were legal, I would start transcribing these research papers and distributing them for free.
    (more)
  • Will Phoenix... 2012/11/26 22:51:42
    Will
    +1
    I love you for this <3
  • noha 2012/11/02 00:06:47
    No
    noha
    nooo
  • Phoenix... noha 2012/11/12 18:26:02
    PhoenixFloe
    +2
    Why not?
  • noha Phoenix... 2012/11/12 21:02:54
    noha
    it's harmful just as any other drugs,
  • Phoenix... noha 2012/11/13 00:19:25
    PhoenixFloe
    Unfortunately you have been misinformed... Where is the scientific evidence showing that marijuana is even nearly as harmful as caffeine, cigarettes, alcohol, over-eating food, drinking too much water, etc. (all legal, yet far more harmful).


    Here's some of the research I have found that has led me to believe marijuana should be fully legal:

    First of all, the U.S. government has already made an extensively researched case against their own claim that marijuana has no medicinal benefits. You can find proof of this by looking up these patents:

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids can be used as antioxidants and neuroprotectants:

    United States Patent: 6630507

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory properties:

    United States Patent: 6410588

    Those are the two main ones, but if you look further at the related patent links you will find a few more.

    So, based on this evidence, marijuana, at the VERY LEAST, should be immediately decriminalized nationwide.



    Personally, I believe marijuana should be made legal like valerian root, lavender, garlic and poppies are legal. It is a plant and an amazingly useful healing plant at that. If you care to know more (its absurd if you don't) here is a whole lot of information including scientific studies and real life testimonials:


    Cannabi...












































    Unfortunately you have been misinformed... Where is the scientific evidence showing that marijuana is even nearly as harmful as caffeine, cigarettes, alcohol, over-eating food, drinking too much water, etc. (all legal, yet far more harmful).


    Here's some of the research I have found that has led me to believe marijuana should be fully legal:

    First of all, the U.S. government has already made an extensively researched case against their own claim that marijuana has no medicinal benefits. You can find proof of this by looking up these patents:

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids can be used as antioxidants and neuroprotectants:

    United States Patent: 6630507

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory properties:

    United States Patent: 6410588

    Those are the two main ones, but if you look further at the related patent links you will find a few more.

    So, based on this evidence, marijuana, at the VERY LEAST, should be immediately decriminalized nationwide.



    Personally, I believe marijuana should be made legal like valerian root, lavender, garlic and poppies are legal. It is a plant and an amazingly useful healing plant at that. If you care to know more (its absurd if you don't) here is a whole lot of information including scientific studies and real life testimonials:


    Cannabis Oil: This is a relatively new cancer treatment and the one we are most excited about. There have been medical studies that have proven that cannabinoids literally destroy cancer cells and many, many success stories. Most people think of marijuana in terms of people smoking it to get high. This is very different. It is made from a very large quantity of cannabis with all of the medicinal parts extracted into a tiny jar of goo. It can be grown an made easily in your wn home. More than any other medicine, I have read many many astonishing tales of cures from this stuff. I encourage you to watch the videos and read the articles below. There are also many studies suggesting that raw cannabis plant, if ingested is a powerful health tonic with benefits ranging from relief of many different chronic pain conditions, anti-cancer, cell regeneration, and immune boost. The plant if taken raw has no psychoactive effects at all, that is, it DOES NOT GET YOU HIGH AT ALL. Cannabis only gets you high if heated or extracted in oil/sugar/alcohol.

    Eating Raw Cannabis as a Dietary Essential:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Harvard Study Showing Cannabinoids can Reduce Certain Types of Tumors:

    http://www.cancer.gov/cancert...

    Two of MANY success stories online:

    http://chrisbeatcancer.com/li...

    http://www.vote29.com/newmybl...

    Run From the Cure – A documentary on cannabis oil:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/c...

    Cured Too – Another documentary:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    A Man who cured himself of Prostate Cancer Part 1:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Part 2:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...


    Cannabis has also been linked, in recent studies, with lowering the prevalence of and even treating Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and dementia. In addition to this research, I, personally, have seen skin cancer cured by rubbing cannabis oil into the afflicted area daily. I believe because I have seen it. If you or someone you know has cancer, would you really write off a potential cure/effective treatment for cancer just because you think it sounds ridiculous? People thought it was ridiculous that fluoride could cause mass brain development problems in children and lowered IQ's among populations of people with fluoridated water. This is proven, well researched fact, yet we have been led to believe for more than 70 years that fluoride is harmless and beneficial to the teeth. It has also been illegally added to our water supplies in many, many states. Why is it so hard, then, for people to believe that cannabis could potentially very effectively treat cancer and a multitude of other diseases and that this fact has been effectively hidden from us for years? And why oh WHY do so many people write off the possibility immediately and entirely without even researching it let alone trying it for themselves or for a loved one? Yet, many will without much question, drink coffee daily, smoke cigarettes, take harmful prescription drugs and/or drink themselves silly at least once a month..


    It's a wonderful medicine and healthy way to unwind if used correctly. Everyone is different so the effective dosage and strain will vary from person to person depending on their specific body chemistry and what that person is using it for. Just like anything in this world, it's simply not for everyone. Peanuts cause one hundred deaths every year, on average, because people are allergic to them. In a similar yet not deadly way, there are probably some people who react negatively to pot no matter what. My guess is that this is very rare and in most cases it is a problem of dose or strain. The problem arises when people abuse marijuana and intake too much. They burn out natural receptors in their brains and that can cause a whole slew of problems. These same receptors are enhanced and multiplied when dosage is set low and the medicine is far more effective at the lower doses. (Unless we are talking about pain management, which can be different.) Just like with anything in life, if you do it too much, you may become psychologically addicted to it and it will most likely have negative effects on your life. Moderation is key. Food is far more harmful than cannabis if abused. Should we outlaw food?


    There are no links available for most peer reviewed articles of scientific studies because they are In published and copyrighted scientific journals, but you can gain access to some of them at a local library or you can go online and purchase them. Here are some names to look up...

    "Inhibition of Skin Tumor Growth and Angiogenesis in Vivo by Activation of Cannabinoid Receptors" -By The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    "Cannabis-Derived Substances in Cancer Therapy - An Emerging Anti-Inflammatory Role for the Cannabinoids" -By Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.

    If it were legal, I would start transcribing these research papers and distributing them for free.
    (more)
  • noha Phoenix... 2012/11/13 13:10:37
    noha
    the only evidence i have is the little boys i saw in my country who use it ,we saw their behaviour and how they end up ..how they become criminals in the end and die so young
  • Phoenix... noha 2012/11/13 13:42:52
    PhoenixFloe
    Criminal minds are attracted to illegal behaviors. Prohibit something, and criminals will be drawn to it. It doesn't mean the plant is causing these behaviors. It's incredibly unlikely that weed was the only or even the main drug involved. Marijuana causes relaxation, contemplation, introspection, and the munchies when used on its own in addition to the vast medicinal purposes it has. When used with any other drug and especially alcohol, the effects are minimal and usually very helpful. It is often used by drug addicts and drinkers to combat the side effects of the drugs and alcohol hangovers. It is also used to help stabilize drug addicts and alcoholics so they can quit. It's mind boggling to me how misrepresented this plant is all over the world.... :(
  • The Agi... noha 2013/01/31 23:34:04
    The Aging Yankee Liberal Douche
    Alcohol is 10x more dangerous
  • monte 2012/10/26 10:25:32
    No
    monte
    what so we can have more potheads !
    legalizing alcohol didn't solve the alcohol problem ,
    they just want to tax it !
    don't fall for it ,
    of course if u use pot your probably to dumb to figure out they just want a piece of the pot profits
  • Phoenix... monte 2012/11/12 18:27:18
    PhoenixFloe
    In case you are actually interested in doing the research instead of just jumping to conclusions, here's some of the research I have found that has led me to believe marijuana should be fully legal:

    First of all, the U.S. government has already made an extensively researched case against their own claim that marijuana has no medicinal benefits. You can find proof of this by looking up these patents:

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids can be used as antioxidants and neuroprotectants:

    United States Patent: 6630507

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory properties:

    United States Patent: 6410588

    Those are the two main ones, but if you look further at the related patent links you will find a few more.

    So, based on this evidence, marijuana, at the VERY LEAST, should be immediately decriminalized nationwide.



    Personally, I believe marijuana should be made legal like valerian root, lavender, garlic and poppies are legal. It is a plant and an amazingly useful healing plant at that. If you care to know more (its absurd if you don't) here is a whole lot of information including scientific studies and real life testimonials:


    Cannabis Oil: This is a relatively new cancer treatment and the one we are most excited about. There have been medical studies that have proven that ca...












































    In case you are actually interested in doing the research instead of just jumping to conclusions, here's some of the research I have found that has led me to believe marijuana should be fully legal:

    First of all, the U.S. government has already made an extensively researched case against their own claim that marijuana has no medicinal benefits. You can find proof of this by looking up these patents:

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids can be used as antioxidants and neuroprotectants:

    United States Patent: 6630507

    U.S. Patent claiming Cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory properties:

    United States Patent: 6410588

    Those are the two main ones, but if you look further at the related patent links you will find a few more.

    So, based on this evidence, marijuana, at the VERY LEAST, should be immediately decriminalized nationwide.



    Personally, I believe marijuana should be made legal like valerian root, lavender, garlic and poppies are legal. It is a plant and an amazingly useful healing plant at that. If you care to know more (its absurd if you don't) here is a whole lot of information including scientific studies and real life testimonials:


    Cannabis Oil: This is a relatively new cancer treatment and the one we are most excited about. There have been medical studies that have proven that cannabinoids literally destroy cancer cells and many, many success stories. Most people think of marijuana in terms of people smoking it to get high. This is very different. It is made from a very large quantity of cannabis with all of the medicinal parts extracted into a tiny jar of goo. It can be grown an made easily in your wn home. More than any other medicine, I have read many many astonishing tales of cures from this stuff. I encourage you to watch the videos and read the articles below. There are also many studies suggesting that raw cannabis plant, if ingested is a powerful health tonic with benefits ranging from relief of many different chronic pain conditions, anti-cancer, cell regeneration, and immune boost. The plant if taken raw has no psychoactive effects at all, that is, it DOES NOT GET YOU HIGH AT ALL. Cannabis only gets you high if heated or extracted in oil/sugar/alcohol.

    Eating Raw Cannabis as a Dietary Essential:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Harvard Study Showing Cannabinoids can Reduce Certain Types of Tumors:

    http://www.cancer.gov/cancert...

    Two of MANY success stories online:

    http://chrisbeatcancer.com/li...

    http://www.vote29.com/newmybl...

    Run From the Cure – A documentary on cannabis oil:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/c...

    Cured Too – Another documentary:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    A Man who cured himself of Prostate Cancer Part 1:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Part 2:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...


    Cannabis has also been linked, in recent studies, with lowering the prevalence of and even treating Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and dementia. In addition to this research, I, personally, have seen skin cancer cured by rubbing cannabis oil into the afflicted area daily. I believe because I have seen it. If you or someone you know has cancer, would you really write off a potential cure/effective treatment for cancer just because you think it sounds ridiculous? People thought it was ridiculous that fluoride could cause mass brain development problems in children and lowered IQ's among populations of people with fluoridated water. This is proven, well researched fact, yet we have been led to believe for more than 70 years that fluoride is harmless and beneficial to the teeth. It has also been illegally added to our water supplies in many, many states. Why is it so hard, then, for people to believe that cannabis could potentially very effectively treat cancer and a multitude of other diseases and that this fact has been effectively hidden from us for years? And why oh WHY do so many people write off the possibility immediately and entirely without even researching it let alone trying it for themselves or for a loved one? Yet, many will without much question, drink coffee daily, smoke cigarettes, take harmful prescription drugs and/or drink themselves silly at least once a month..


    It's a wonderful medicine and healthy way to unwind if used correctly. Everyone is different so the effective dosage and strain will vary from person to person depending on their specific body chemistry and what that person is using it for. Just like anything in this world, it's simply not for everyone. Peanuts cause one hundred deaths every year, on average, because people are allergic to them. In a similar yet not deadly way, there are probably some people who react negatively to pot no matter what. My guess is that this is very rare and in most cases it is a problem of dose or strain. The problem arises when people abuse marijuana and intake too much. They burn out natural receptors in their brains and that can cause a whole slew of problems. These same receptors are enhanced and multiplied when dosage is set low and the medicine is far more effective at the lower doses. (Unless we are talking about pain management, which can be different.) Just like with anything in life, if you do it too much, you may become psychologically addicted to it and it will most likely have negative effects on your life. Moderation is key. Food is far more harmful than cannabis if abused. Should we outlaw food?


    There are no links available for most peer reviewed articles of scientific studies because they are In published and copyrighted scientific journals, but you can gain access to some of them at a local library or you can go online and purchase them. Here are some names to look up...

    "Inhibition of Skin Tumor Growth and Angiogenesis in Vivo by Activation of Cannabinoid Receptors" -By The Journal of Clinical Investigation

    "Cannabis-Derived Substances in Cancer Therapy - An Emerging Anti-Inflammatory Role for the Cannabinoids" -By Bentham Science Publishers Ltd.

    If it were legal, I would start transcribing these research papers and distributing them for free.
    (more)
  • monte Phoenix... 2012/11/13 03:04:13
    monte
    its a drug prescribe it, .... its just greed and stupidity that fuels this movement
  • Phoenix... monte 2012/11/16 16:51:50
    PhoenixFloe
    It's not a drug, it's a plant. Poppies are a plant, opium is a drug.
  • monte Phoenix... 2012/11/16 18:19:02
    monte
    drugs are often made from plants , licking a frog is natural too but its a dangerous drug , venom from a snake is natural too dosent mean i wanna put it in my body :(
  • Phoenix... monte 2012/11/16 21:22:11 (edited)
    PhoenixFloe
    So should we make frogs, snakes, and poppies illegal then? How about Peruvian cactuses, tobacco plants, valerian root, melatonin, ginseng? All mind altering plants that occur in nature and are as much a "drug" as the marijuana plant yet they are all legal. I'm just stating the blatant lack of logic begin the marijuana plant being illegal. The plant itself isn't psychoactive. You have to cultivate it a certain way, and either extract or dry and ignite the plant for it to become psychoactive.

    You can extract opium from poppy seeds (like the ones on bagels) and yet they are legal.
    "The Opium Poppy Control Act of 1942 was repealed on 27 October of the year 1970.[19][20] The seeds themselves contain very small amounts of opiates,[2] and have no measurable narcotic effect. However, the television show MythBusters demonstrated that one could test positive for narcotics after consuming four poppy seed bagels. On the show Brainiac: Science Abuse, subjects tested positive after eating only two poppy seed bagels."
  • monte Phoenix... 2012/11/16 22:03:57
    monte
    my point is just because its natural dosent mean its consumption should be encouraged and to make it legal encourages its use
  • Phoenix... monte 2012/11/16 23:08:17 (edited)
    PhoenixFloe
    Its consumption shouldn't be encouraged solely based on the fact that it's natural. It should be encouraged based on the fact that it is an incredibly healthy dietary supplement. There are far too many very valuable uses for this plant for it to be illegal. And being that it is technically safer than peanuts and fast food not to mention coffee, cigarettes and alcohol, I can't comprehend why people would want it to remain illegal. Just as I don't need the government to tell me not let a poisonous snake bite me, I don't need them to tell me what holistically beneficial plants I can legally grow and ingest in the comfort of my home. I think heavy taxes are excessive and unnecessary, but as long as I can grow it legally and people suffering and dying can have legal access to their medicine, I'll deal.
  • king david 2012/10/26 04:39:49
    Yes
    king david
    +1
    but have i higher age requirment to buy and tax it lick hell that'll either stop its circulation or fix the economy
  • socokid 2012/10/25 12:51:28
    Yes
    socokid
    +1
    Without question.

    Marijuana is less harmful than the alcohol and cigarettes purchased at any corner gas station. Never mind the mind blowing resource drain in law enforcement. Never mind the families destroyed if caught with even a small amount.

    Guess who lobbies against legalization? Private Prison, pharmaceutical, tobacco, alcohol corporations. What is reasonable be damned, apparently.
  • JDLogan 2012/09/29 19:39:24
  • Brosia 2012/09/29 01:45:53
    Yes
    Brosia
    +1
    Legalize it, set up guidelines for usage, hire people to grow it and process it, hire people to build stores and hire people to work at the stores to sell it, mandate the price of it, tax it. You will free up prison space for real criminals, free up court space for those criminals, free up budgets to go after hard drug dealers, close down most smuggling routes, increase tax income, decrease unemployment and welfare dependency, decrease gangs, decrease crime in areas with dispensaries, and ease suffering for millions of people each year.

    So, why is it so bad again?
  • Kevin 2012/08/30 23:39:49
  • mooksiecuddlepoof 2012/08/30 14:10:47
    Yes
    mooksiecuddlepoof
    +2
    I do not smoke it but I defenatly think it should:)
  • Anonymouse ~superdoge~ 2012/08/30 13:09:35
    Yes
    Anonymouse ~superdoge~
    +1
    So should all drugs. Legalise them and tax them based on how addictive they are and how bad for you they are. Force anyone who commits a crime under the influence of a drug to go through rehab.
  • Will Anonymo... 2012/08/30 15:52:06
    Will
    +1
    Your idea is NOT as far-fetched as I can tell other people might view it as. But there is no way that our society is ready for it to be made a reality. We can't even get the harmless one legalized let alone lethal and psychoactive ones :x
  • Anonymo... Will 2012/08/30 17:31:54
    Anonymouse ~superdoge~
    +2
    It's a shame, people should realise that Banning a person from doing something makes them more likely to do it...
  • Swan Eshdeh 2012/08/30 12:55:36
    No
    Swan Eshdeh
    +2
    OF COURSE NOT
  • Stormy 2012/08/30 10:08:55
    Yes
    Stormy
    +1
    But better if you can grow your own, that's why they'll never legalize it. Too easy to grow.
  • Will Stormy 2012/08/30 15:44:24
    Will
    +1
    All fruits and vegetables are legal to grow, but not everyone does it ;) people also don't grow tobacco plants they just go out and buy cigarettes or tobacco and rolling papers. People like convenience, lazy society we are :p If marijuana was legally sold cheap most people would be too lazy to grow their plants, especially where weather isn't the best for growing
  • Stormy Will 2012/09/01 06:20:01
    Stormy
    +1
    Yeah probably. Depends on the price.
    Grows well inside too so they say! In the best of neighborhoods too!
  • irishguy87 2012/08/30 09:01:09
    Yes
    irishguy87
    +1
    hmm.. with mary jane legal then just think of all the new jobs it would create, and people wouldn't care about working becuase they would be relaxed the entire time
  • Will irishguy87 2012/08/30 15:38:43
    Will
    +1
    It would be a safe bet to assume there would be regulation preferences regarding recreational marijuana use while on the job though
  • Jana~ una chica loca 2012/08/30 08:17:19
    No
    Jana~ una chica loca
    +2
    if everyone legalized marijuana then Amsterdam would just be a city of prostitution and not marijuana
  • Will Jana~ u... 2012/08/30 15:05:32
    Will
    +2
    Haha they're trying to prohibit marijuana there, from what I've heard. Don't quote me on it though
  • Jana~ u... Will 2012/08/30 15:28:47
    Jana~ una chica loca
    +2
    haha that would be terrible, Amsterdam is perfect as it is
  • Jasmine 2012/08/30 08:05:49
    Yes
    Jasmine
    +3
    Actually, my preference would be for it to just be re-legalized.
  • kitkat42 2012/08/30 07:48:07
    Yes
    kitkat42
    +2
    And tax it.
  • Urhsten 2012/08/30 06:55:57
    No
    Urhsten
    +2
    I dislike all drugs, Alcohol, Marijuana, Heroin, It doesn't matter.
    Thats from part from my Alcoholic Mother too...

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