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(AZ Family)   Mother worried that the odors coming from her neighbor's medical marijuana grow operation are making her child sick. "The doctor said he's got blisters on the back of his throat and they don't know why"   (azfamily.com) divider line 16
    More: Unlikely, marijuana cultivation, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, 3TV, Loretta Storment  
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2012-08-29 03:02:52 AM  
5 votes:

granolasteak: PreMortem: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow..."

Hydrogen dioxide. Better buy gas masks for your chilluns.

Dihydrogen monoxide?


I love my Dihydrogen Monoxide gas mask. Israeli surplus. Best $80 I ever spent.

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Try to gas me with your chemtrails now, Fartbama Bin Lieberal!
2012-08-29 04:02:02 AM  
3 votes:
Not surprising, really. I had the same problem. My neighbor was using sarin gas and surplus agent orange on his grow. On Tuesdays he would dust them all down with plutonium dust to kill the parasites. Worked pretty well, I guess. All my hair fell out, but my doctor said it was probably the high tension power lines going through our neighborhood.
2012-08-29 03:06:31 AM  
3 votes:

radarlove: granolasteak: PreMortem: "What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow..."

Hydrogen dioxide. Better buy gas masks for your chilluns.

Dihydrogen monoxide?

I love my Dihydrogen Monoxide gas mask. Israeli surplus. Best $80 I ever spent.

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Try to gas me with your chemtrails now, Fartbama Bin Lieberal!


Huh. The nose seems small...
2012-08-29 02:44:56 AM  
2 votes:
Blisters on the back of the throat? Chlamydia of the throat? Tell your husband to stop feeding junior the cak...
2012-08-29 12:11:45 PM  
1 votes:

Saruman_W: "medical marijuana" haha. That's a funny oxymoron. Ah... the excuses potheads'll come up with just to get high.


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2012-08-29 09:03:03 AM  
1 votes:
Her child's throat met Obama's ovens.
2012-08-29 05:31:13 AM  
1 votes:

radarlove: AbbeySomeone: Oh bullsh*t.

I dunno, man- I have a close friend who is highly allergic to cannabis, and her throat completely closes up if she's exposed to it. When I began working around the stuff a lot, we had a couple of very close epi-pen calls. Sadly, as I smell fairly constantly of marijuana now, we've stopped hanging out.

She's a cool kid and a cigarette smoker and not prone to the "sensitive nose/allergen hysteria" that goes around with your more whiny non-smoker snowflakes.


I know someone exactly the opposite. Smokes bong rips all day, but the minute some tobacco gets in a spliff she stops breathing properly.
2012-08-29 05:08:47 AM  
1 votes:

Dire: It stunk pretty heinously in a rather short time and when the nausea hit, it was like a freight train, i.e., projectile vomit a la The Exorcist. My aim was pretty good (lucky?) so like 90% of it was directed at the source of the smoke, which effectively solved the problem. Thankfully I had eaten immediately beforehand, so my dinner hadn't time yet to be digested and converted into caustic malodorous sludge; it was a pretty painless vomit and merely tasted like dinner.


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2012-08-29 04:54:45 AM  
1 votes:

radarlove:
I dunno, man- I have a close friend who is highly allergic to cannabis, and her throat completely closes up if she's exposed to it. When I began working around the stuff a lot, we had a couple of very close epi-pen calls. Sadly, as I smell fairly constantly of marijuana now, we've stopped hanging out.

She's a cool kid and a cigarette smoker and not prone to the "sensitive nose/allergen hysteria" that goes around with your more whiny non-smoker snowflakes.


I know of a few people who are allergic to the stuff (I happen to be one of them), including two who have similar reactions to that of your friend, potentially life threatening without epi-pen rescue... For me, it's more like a smoke allergy, just stronger than average, but the concentrated smell will cause reflexive nausea as if my body wants to keep that stuff as far from me as possible. Usually I can fight the urge to vomit down, but there was one time at a crowded live music event in a large club when some inconsiderate prick standing nearby me in the crowd was obsessively lighting up and puffing after every song, despite many people around him being visibly disturbed. It stunk pretty heinously in a rather short time and when the nausea hit, it was like a freight train, i.e., projectile vomit
a la The Exorcist. My aim was pretty good (lucky?) so like 90% of it was directed at the source of the smoke, which effectively solved the problem. Thankfully I had eaten immediately beforehand, so my dinner hadn't time yet to be digested and converted into caustic malodorous sludge; it was a pretty painless vomit and merely tasted like dinner.

The symptoms described in the article sound a lot like those I get when exposed to concentrated cedarwood essence or cedar incense, which sucks because I love the smell of cedar.
2012-08-29 04:07:17 AM  
1 votes:

AbbeySomeone: Oh bullsh*t.


I dunno, man- I have a close friend who is highly allergic to cannabis, and her throat completely closes up if she's exposed to it. When I began working around the stuff a lot, we had a couple of very close epi-pen calls. Sadly, as I smell fairly constantly of marijuana now, we've stopped hanging out.

She's a cool kid and a cigarette smoker and not prone to the "sensitive nose/allergen hysteria" that goes around with your more whiny non-smoker snowflakes.
2012-08-29 03:26:42 AM  
1 votes:

wildcardjack: I don't want your pot. I'll stick with thujone for now.


Enjoy your highly poisonous alcohol and wormwood.

I'll be sticking with that which has zero chance of causing a fatal overdose.
2012-08-29 03:22:17 AM  
1 votes:
Putting ice in your bongwater will help with those throat blisters.

/here to help
2012-08-29 03:09:14 AM  
1 votes:

cretinbob: Tigger: It's farking tonsilitis strep throat, you moron.


Herpes, step dad obtuse, or The 10 yo GF was a 9 yo virgin!

NEXT!

/I should be paid for this shiat
2012-08-28 10:37:56 PM  
1 votes:
Someone really needs to point this woman to the dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide. It's EVERYWHERE!
2012-08-28 10:31:47 PM  
1 votes:
"What other kind of chemicals are they going to grow before we all of a sudden have another fire and we didn't know about it?" questioned Storment.

Wow. I didn't realize you could "grow" chemicals. Green thumb, indeed...
2012-08-28 10:08:16 PM  
1 votes:
It's the smart power meter, lady.
 
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