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(Huffington Post)   Colorado may well be the first state to legalize marijuana. Like, as in, you can grow your own pot plants and give it to your friends kind of legalize. Sucks to be you, California   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 369
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2012-09-24 03:42:55 PM  

cleek: good luck getting out of the various laws Congress has passed and the international treaties that the US govt has entered into which make MJ illegal, CO.


We don't have too. It is too expensive and pointless for the DEA to go after thousands and thousands of individual growers and consumers. It will remain illegal nationally, sure. But federal drugs laws concerning marijuana will, from a practical standpoint, become impossible to enforce in Colorado.  Hell, they already are impossible to enforce without Amendment 64 passing.
 
2012-09-24 03:43:02 PM  

Leeds: Maechyll: WeenerGord: Will this make hemp farming legal too?

Yup.

What kind of farm contains only 6 plants?

My guess is- "nope"


Ahem...

http://www.regulatemarijuana.org/hemp
 
2012-09-24 03:44:32 PM  

Leeds: Because Bush allowed California to pass its own laws and do their own thing but Obama has declared war on the dispensaries.


Heh. Because BUSH
 
2012-09-24 03:44:42 PM  

Leeds: All the more reason to get a Republican back in the White House.

// Because Bush allowed California to pass its own laws and do their own thing but Obama has declared war on the dispensaries.


So you're saying that Obama is enforcing the law, and Bush didn't? Presidents should be able to choose which laws they want to enforce?

I don't agree with pot being illegal, but as long as it's law, it must be enforced.
 
2012-09-24 03:46:47 PM  
It's on three state ballots for november and polling ahead in all of them. The govt will kick and scream for a while longer but it's all over but the crying. Marijuana will be legal soon enough. Of course there will be a rocky road for a while but this freight train ain't gonna be completely derailed .
 
2012-09-24 03:48:02 PM  

thisisyourbrainonFark: Ow! That was my feelings!: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I could understand this. You'd have to be high to live in Colorado.

Yep, it's horrible here...
[peasinablog.com image 850x637]

The Bells are lovely this time of year.



Definitely. It's the best time of year for the changing colors in the Snowmass wilderness.


/Highly pissed I'm not able to get up there to climb this year...
 
2012-09-24 03:48:46 PM  

make me some tea: Leeds: All the more reason to get a Republican back in the White House.

// Because Bush allowed California to pass its own laws and do their own thing but Obama has declared war on the dispensaries.

So you're saying that Obama is enforcing the law, and Bush didn't? Presidents should be able to choose which laws they want to enforce?

I don't agree with pot being illegal, but as long as it's law, it must be enforced.


Oversimplify much?

This is a states rights issue and nothing more.

A president can agree to defer to the individual states and let their laws stand, or a president can be a dick like Obama and choose to try to override the state's sovereignty by sending troops in to destroy legal crops.
 
2012-09-24 03:49:08 PM  
is it me or have there been a lot of pot threads on fark this week?

All i know is, i'm about to become better friends with the people I know in Colorado. Like, I'ma come visit you once a month friends.
 
2012-09-24 03:49:47 PM  

gizmanjr: Will do wonders for Colorado's tourism revenue.


Saving up right now!

If they re-legalize it, Colorado will most definitely be my next vacation getaway. I mean, we're talking history in the making here. I'm getting excited just thinking about it. To see legalization in my lifetime, even if just on the state level, gets me all giddy inside.
 
2012-09-24 03:50:22 PM  

Lsherm: Hagenhatesyouall: ZAZ: I read the text of the measure. I think it allows the state to do nothing and regulatory authority devolves to cities. Nobody would have standing to force the legislature or executive to take statewide action called for by the amendment.

If I'm governor of Colorado I tell the DEA I am doing my legal duty and directing my employees not to grant any licenses to commit federal crimes. DEA agents are of course welcome to bust anybody caught growing or smoking the demon weed, but they'll have to do their own legwork.

Plus, now cops won't be able to claim "they smelled marijuana" as justification for an illegal search.

Massachusetts courts decided the smell of burnt marijuana no longer justified a search after possession of less than an ounce was decriminalized. Raw marijuana is presumed not to generate an odor in legal quantities and they can still search you if they smell it.

If I'm the governor of any state where the feds are harassing and arresting my citizens for stupid shiat like cannabis, or gay marriage, I'm driving tanks through their farking office buildings.

IMO, state governors need to get together and show the feds who the fark actually runs this country, the CITIZENS. Gay marriage and cannabis are but two issues where the CITIZENS say "Change that shiat...", and the feds just need to fark right off and accept the g'damn will of the people.

It's amusing how "states rights!" liberals get once they learn how US government actually works.


Yeah, except in this case it's not about buying and selling human beings.

Derp.
 
2012-09-24 03:50:42 PM  

ZAZ: slayer199

As a political concept states' rights might gain traction with outright legalization.

As a legal concept the Supreme Court voted 6-3 that states have no rights. (Gonzales v. Raich)


This was Settled in 1865 Grant V Lee appomatox courthouse
 
2012-09-24 03:50:45 PM  

WeenerGord: Will this make hemp farming legal too?

Hemp is great for clothes, archival paper, healthy oil and seeds to eat, etc


yeah man, and it's great for those necklaces so you can show everyone what a non-conformist you are.

stop with this retardedness. No one wants your hemp crap they just want to get high.
 
2012-09-24 03:52:25 PM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: TheMysticS: scottydoesntknow: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Hale-Bopp: The DEA has NOTHING on this bill. They are right and properly farked if voters legalize it this November in Colorado.

There's a provision in there that allows ANYONE to grow weed for personal use and to give it away to others. Even if there are no pot shops licensed by the state, the citizens will be growing weed by this time next year on a MASSIVE scale and the DEA is far too small to do anything about it. I highly doubt they have the resources to take on thousands of Colorado citizens. Weed is gonna be pouring out of that state and the entire country will eventually be saturated in nothing but great weed. So long, Mexican brick weed!!

It'll be a glorious thing to witness. :)

We've legalized pots numerous times in Arizona. And the legislature just writes new law and the governor just signs it, and the hippies just keep smoking Mexican or National Forest weed.

There's yer problem. Hippies barely have enough money to cloth themselves, you think they have extra for good stuff? Their mentality is "Why buy an eighth of good stuff at $40, when I can get a half pound of ditch for the same price!"

Thus hippie has more than enough money to 'cloth' myself.

There's a difference between hippies, bums/nomads, and bliss bunnies.
Any one of these can be called 'hippies' but don't lump us all together. Man.

For example, I wear deoderant.

Sell out. Power to the Stinky!!1!


¦^D
 
2012-09-24 03:52:38 PM  
There's a lot of chatter in this thread about what the DEA would do. Well, the answer is: very little. The DEA is charged with going after drug smugglers and growers, not sellers or back yard growers. While they may assist with the effort, it would be the FBI and federal marshals, who would enforce the law, should Eric Cantor elect to pursue the federal government's authority in regard to enforcement of the CSA. As for whether a state or local law enforcement officer would arrest a federal agent for doing his duty, don't count on it. Federal officers acting within jurisdiction take precedence over the locals and interference with them is a serious offense.

But busting the corner pot store would probably not be the US Government's tactic. Rather,they would just start withholding funding from the state until they complied. I agree that this is a states rights issue, but the government can place any conditions they desire to block grants and other funding they give to the states.
 
2012-09-24 03:53:50 PM  

pedobearapproved: WeenerGord: Will this make hemp farming legal too?

Hemp is great for clothes, archival paper, healthy oil and seeds to eat, etc

yeah man, and it's great for those necklaces so you can show everyone what a non-conformist you are.

stop with this retardedness. No one wants your hemp crap they just want to get high.


I have a hemp rug that was my great-grandparents'. What does that 100+ year old rug have to do with getting high?
 
2012-09-24 03:55:01 PM  
In other news Colorado may enter war against Federal Government, so I guess that makes Colorado the new Delaware. I for one support their declaration of independence against tyrany.
 
2012-09-24 03:55:17 PM  

Hale-Bopp: If they re-legalize it, Colorado will most definitely be my next vacation getaway.


Put washington state on your list. Their legalization initiative is co-sponsored by the seattle city attorney among others.

http://www.newapproachwa.org/

/vote YES on 502
 
2012-09-24 03:56:09 PM  

Leeds: pedobearapproved: WeenerGord: Will this make hemp farming legal too?

Hemp is great for clothes, archival paper, healthy oil and seeds to eat, etc

yeah man, and it's great for those necklaces so you can show everyone what a non-conformist you are.

stop with this retardedness. No one wants your hemp crap they just want to get high.

I have a hemp rug that was my great-grandparents'. What does that 100+ year old rug have to do with getting high?


Well, you could roll a great big big big big big spliff with it.
 
2012-09-24 03:57:21 PM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: Leeds: pedobearapproved: WeenerGord: Will this make hemp farming legal too?

Hemp is great for clothes, archival paper, healthy oil and seeds to eat, etc

yeah man, and it's great for those necklaces so you can show everyone what a non-conformist you are.

stop with this retardedness. No one wants your hemp crap they just want to get high.

I have a hemp rug that was my great-grandparents'. What does that 100+ year old rug have to do with getting high?

Well, you could roll a great big big big big big spliff with it.


That's no good. Stuff's been stepped on.
 
2012-09-24 04:01:52 PM  
There was a guy around here that was going around leaving a single pot plant in difficult/pain in the ass to reach places, but in public so it was clearly visible.

Places such as in the middle of a landfill. In the middle of a bunch of barbed wire at a construction site. In the middle of the thorn bushes at the public park. Hanging from a sign on the highway. Hanging from the antenna on a skyscraper. etc

Naturally, the authorities eventually got word of it. It was kind of amusing watching a team of 3 men risk their lives so that a plant would not be on top of a building collecting sunlight. 

/more people should do things like this.
 
2012-09-24 04:03:32 PM  

Three-Fifty: If I ruled the world, I would not have to smell like anyone's nasty habit against my will.


If you ruled the world, you wouldn't live in a farkin condo.

Screw thinking outside the box, can you try thinking outside your living room, Einstein?
 
2012-09-24 04:04:15 PM  

Weaver95: i'm pretty sure that if Colorado does this, the DEA will go f*cking nuts.


This. The DEA has been tolerant of legit clinics in states that both allow them and strictly enforce state laws, while cracking down hard on the sleazy operations and poorly-policed states. No way they'll look the other way on recreational operations.

ZAZ: I read the text of the measure. I think it allows the state to do nothing and regulatory authority devolves to cities. Nobody would have standing to force the legislature or executive to take statewide action called for by the amendment.


Also this. Under the current MMJ law municipalities have the right to outlaw dispensaries and grows locally, and a whole bunch have. If this passes, you'll see a lot of the state overriding it locally.
 
2012-09-24 04:04:27 PM  
www.politifake.org
 
2012-09-24 04:06:15 PM  

make me some tea: So you're saying that Obama is enforcing the law, and Bush didn't? Presidents should be able to choose which laws they want to enforce?

I don't agree with pot being illegal, but as long as it's law, it must be enforced.


So Bush should have just gone on an illegal alien roundup and deported them all? Also we should put Obama in jail for targeted killing of a US citizens without a trial using a drone strike?

selective enforcement is not a new thing. Obama did promise that he wouldn't crack down on medical MJ. But he has CA so in his pocket that he doesn't care. He could eat a baby on live TV and still win CA.
 
2012-09-24 04:06:34 PM  

Three-Fifty: UGH. NO. Not if I have anything to say about it. I am voting against this.

Until they can make a completely odorless and/or smokeless version of it, I will never vote to make it legal. Regular ciggies are stinky enough. I don't need the people living under my condo to smoke it MORE so my home can smell of it 24/7.


How would this law magically make them smoke more?
 
2012-09-24 04:07:10 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I could understand this. You'd have to be high to live in Colorado.


Height joke or state troll?

/notsureifserious
 
2012-09-24 04:07:30 PM  

JohnBigBootay: It's on three state ballots for november and polling ahead in all of them. The govt will kick and scream for a while longer but it's all over but the crying. Marijuana will be legal soon enough. Of course there will be a rocky road for a while but this freight train ain't gonna be completely derailed .


Not soon enough for me, I'm dry for the game tonight.
 
2012-09-24 04:08:58 PM  

JackieRabbit: There's a lot of chatter in this thread about what the DEA would do. Well, the answer is: very little. The DEA is charged with going after drug smugglers and growers, not sellers or back yard growers. While they may assist with the effort, it would be the FBI and federal marshals, who would enforce the law, should Eric Cantor elect to pursue the federal government's authority in regard to enforcement of the CSA. As for whether a state or local law enforcement officer would arrest a federal agent for doing his duty, don't count on it. Federal officers acting within jurisdiction take precedence over the locals and interference with them is a serious offense.

But busting the corner pot store would probably not be the US Government's tactic. Rather,they would just start withholding funding from the state until they complied. I agree that this is a states rights issue, but the government can place any conditions they desire to block grants and other funding they give to the states.


Although I agree Congress *could* try to defund states that support MJ legalization, IMHO, that is not ever gonna happen. Why? Because then we would have an actual debate, in Congress, concerning whether MJ should be illegal and there is no way the prohibitionist want that. They want to maintain the status quo for as long as possible. No farking way Congress wants an open debate on this issue. I honestly hope I'm wrong, cause I'd love to see the Reefer Madness idiocy exposed to the light of day, but congress is cowardly and they will avoid this issue until it is mostly settled by the states.
 
2012-09-24 04:09:49 PM  

Matrix Flavored Wasabi: How would this law magically make them smoke more?


no shiat

/2 toke chump for 28 years and counting...
 
2012-09-24 04:10:32 PM  

StoneColdAtheist: shower_in_my_socks: xl5150: As a Californian who isn't a pothead, I don't give a flying fark about this. Doesn't suck to be California; Sucks to be California if you're a pothead.


So you don't care that your tax dollars are being wasted fighting a "war" on a substance that is no more harmful than alcohol and cigarettes? You don't care that your tax dollars are being wasted on incarcerating people for this? You don't care that the lives of your fellow citizens are being ruined over this?

You don't have to personally partake of marijuana to care about the insanity of our marijuana laws, which do affect you whether you want to believe it or not. Also, not all people who smoke marijuana are "potheads."

California spends hardly any money on marijuana enforcement. According to the state's current statistics, just 150 persons are in jail for marijuana possession, with another 513 in for distribution and 922 for 'possession for sale'. That's 1% of our state's prison population.


How many were "violated" and sent back because they popped up hot on a piss test?

Communist_Manifesto: Hey guys, I know joints smell bad and blah blah blah, but let me introduce you to my friend, the Atmosrx Stratus http://www.atmosrx.com/Stratus-Vaporizer-Kits/View-all-products.html

It is an ecigarrette that vaporizes hash oil. You can't smell it and it looks exactly like a normal e cig. You can buy a cartridge that you can refill yourself or you can buy cartridges at quite a few Colorado dispensaries. Also, all of the people hemming and hawing about the feds are missing the point. Colorado already has dispensaries that are under the most extensive and strict regulation in the country. They have implemented a "seed to sale" tracking system. All of the grow ops and dispensaries have cameras that feed back to the states and every marijuana purchase is attached to your medical card number. Sure there are some of them that are less than reputable, but the same could be said for many liquor stores. Many of them are actual pretty nice places with helpful staff and they are VERY serious about complying with laws and regulations.


LOL!

"Seed to sale" tracking.

What a farking joke!

Wonder why they don't pull that shiat with BARLEY, or CORN. You never know when somebody might decide to mash it, ferment it, and distill it into alcohol and 'gives it to our childrinz'. THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!! Wait a minute, I know why they don't do that, because it would be farking STUPID and a huge g'damn waste of time and money.

Go figure.
 
2012-09-24 04:16:12 PM  

js34603: JohnBigBootay: It's on three state ballots for november and polling ahead in all of them. The govt will kick and scream for a while longer but it's all over but the crying. Marijuana will be legal soon enough. Of course there will be a rocky road for a while but this freight train ain't gonna be completely derailed .

Not soon enough for me, I'm dry for the game tonight.


If you are in Colorado and you can't find weed, you aren't trying hard enough - or at all. I just had a friend drive out from Iowa to get some here because he knows it's *always* available out here.

If you're driving across Nebraska to get weed, you're dry. If you live in Colorado and are out of weed you aren't dry, you're lazy.  :)
 
2012-09-24 04:16:36 PM  

Lsherm: It's amusing how "states rights!" liberals get once they learn how US government actually works.


I was having the exact same thought. Isn't funny how everyone is pro-states rights, but only in their pet area?
 
2012-09-24 04:16:43 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-09-24 04:19:15 PM  

pedobearapproved: selective enforcement is not a new thing. Obama did promise that he wouldn't crack down on medical MJ. But he has CA so in his pocket that he doesn't care. He could eat a baby on live TV and still win CA.


But he'd have to do it on MSNBC so nobody saw it.
 
2012-09-24 04:19:45 PM  

Hagenhatesyouall: "Seed to sale" tracking.

What a farking joke!

Wonder why they don't pull that shiat with BARLEY, or CORN. You never know when somebody might decide to mash it, ferment it, and distill it into alcohol and 'gives it to our childrinz'. THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!! Wait a minute, I know why they don't do that, because it would be farking STUPID and a huge g'damn waste of time and money.


Well, that's the kind of crap we put up with living in a place where people have been jailed for having a farking seed of all things.
 
2012-09-24 04:22:29 PM  

JackieRabbit: There's a lot of chatter in this thread about what the DEA would do. Well, the answer is: very little. The DEA is charged with going after drug smugglers and growers, not sellers or back yard growers. While they may assist with the effort, it would be the FBI and federal marshals, who would enforce the law, should Eric Cantor elect to pursue the federal government's authority in regard to enforcement of the CSA. As for whether a state or local law enforcement officer would arrest a federal agent for doing his duty, don't count on it. Federal officers acting within jurisdiction take precedence over the locals and interference with them is a serious offense.

But busting the corner pot store would probably not be the US Government's tactic. Rather,they would just start withholding funding from the state until they complied. I agree that this is a states rights issue, but the government can place any conditions they desire to block grants and other funding they give to the states.


I really don't think they will have worry about funding being withheld. The revenue they will generate just on munchies will cover it.
 
2012-09-24 04:23:54 PM  

babysealclubber: Lsherm: It's amusing how "states rights!" liberals get once they learn how US government actually works.

I was having the exact same thought. Isn't funny how everyone is pro-states rights, but only in their pet area?


That doesn't have a got damn thing with liberal or conservative. People will see any issue and frame it in the way that best supports their stance. And they will freely swap back and forth federal/state rights as they see fit.
 
2012-09-24 04:24:56 PM  

JohnBigBootay: babysealclubber: Lsherm: It's amusing how "states rights!" liberals get once they learn how US government actually works.

I was having the exact same thought. Isn't funny how everyone is pro-states rights, but only in their pet area?

That doesn't have a got damn thing with liberal or conservative. People will see any issue and frame it in the way that best supports their stance. And they will freely swap back and forth federal/state rights as they see fit.


Did I say liberal or conservative? No? Then STFU.
 
2012-09-24 04:26:03 PM  

xl5150: Sucks to be California if you're a pothead.


LOL, what? Not at all.
 
2012-09-24 04:26:09 PM  
Hagenhatesyouall:

Barley and corn have uses that a female pot plant really doesn't. I'm not saying it's not a waste, but to continue down the path to legalization we will have to put up with onerous regulations until the negative stigma is gone. As long as the trend continues towards it being more legal as time goes on, I don't think we can complain too much.
 
2012-09-24 04:29:51 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Hale-Bopp: If they re-legalize it, Colorado will most definitely be my next vacation getaway.

Put washington state on your list. Their legalization initiative is co-sponsored by the seattle city attorney among others.

http://www.newapproachwa.org/

/vote YES on 502


I have family near Washington state, so it's entirely possible we vacation out that way next. So yeah, Co. or Wa.. whomever wants my vacation dollars most, better get crackin' on setting up those recreational pot shops ASAP!
 
2012-09-24 04:31:21 PM  
vudukungfu: "Why does America hate agronomy?"

America doesn't. Most people are in favor of legalization.
But we have this neat little paramilitary-prison-industrial complex that falls apart if busts, offender and prisoner counts suddenly drop by a third.
Money is speech in America and those interests have way more money than archetypical hippies.
 
2012-09-24 04:31:43 PM  

babysealclubber: Did I say liberal or conservative? No? Then STFU.


That was to the other guy - who was also quoted by name - and railing on liberals for their convenient stance on state's rights. But since you said it so politely, NO. You STFU.
 
2012-09-24 04:35:17 PM  

GanjSmokr: js34603: JohnBigBootay: It's on three state ballots for november and polling ahead in all of them. The govt will kick and scream for a while longer but it's all over but the crying. Marijuana will be legal soon enough. Of course there will be a rocky road for a while but this freight train ain't gonna be completely derailed .

Not soon enough for me, I'm dry for the game tonight.

If you are in Colorado and you can't find weed, you aren't trying hard enough - or at all. I just had a friend drive out from Iowa to get some here because he knows it's *always* available out here.

If you're driving across Nebraska to get weed, you're dry. If you live in Colorado and are out of weed you aren't dry, you're lazy.  :)


Dude I don't live anywhere near Colorado. I wish I did, even before this, but I live way over here in North Jesus Land. I was referring to national legalization.

/I am pretty lazy though
 
2012-09-24 04:38:52 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: tricycleracer: How about bartering? Can I barter for marijuana?

If you're a personal friend of mine, yes.


I prefer to sell them the bag for their free sample. Materials cost you know.
 
2012-09-24 04:39:11 PM  

js34603: Dude I don't live anywhere near Colorado. I wish I did, even before this, but I live way over here in North Jesus Land. I was referring to national legalization.

/I am pretty lazy though



I don't know what NC is like. But being pretty old and having moved about the country a fair amount it is my opinion that the worst weed in the nation is in Alabama. I mean damn. Maybe you could make some good rope out of it or something. Pretty spoiled in the Pac NW - BC to the north, Oregon and Cali to the South. To be honest the biggest problem is finding stuff that's not too strong.
 
2012-09-24 04:42:08 PM  

Leeds: pedobearapproved: WeenerGord: Will this make hemp farming legal too?

Hemp is great for clothes, archival paper, healthy oil and seeds to eat, etc

yeah man, and it's great for those necklaces so you can show everyone what a non-conformist you are.

stop with this retardedness. No one wants your hemp crap they just want to get high.

I have a hemp rug that was my great-grandparents'. What does that 100+ year old rug have to do with getting high?


There just isn't a huge demand for hemp products. Because cotton called and said "hey I'm way more comfortable and I don't smell funny." It's always been a backdoor way of trying to get legalization. And it's just a stupid as the medical MJ argument. No other prescribed drug would a doctor allow you to decide your own dose and get as many refills as you want. And while people might use it medically every person I know that has a medical card here in CA is using it for recreation.

Why can't we just be honest with ourselves and go "we want to get high and pot is as safe or safer than alcohol."
 
2012-09-24 04:45:17 PM  

js34603: GanjSmokr: js34603: JohnBigBootay: It's on three state ballots for november and polling ahead in all of them. The govt will kick and scream for a while longer but it's all over but the crying. Marijuana will be legal soon enough. Of course there will be a rocky road for a while but this freight train ain't gonna be completely derailed .

Not soon enough for me, I'm dry for the game tonight.

If you are in Colorado and you can't find weed, you aren't trying hard enough - or at all. I just had a friend drive out from Iowa to get some here because he knows it's *always* available out here.

If you're driving across Nebraska to get weed, you're dry. If you live in Colorado and are out of weed you aren't dry, you're lazy.  :)

Dude I don't live anywhere near Colorado. I wish I did, even before this, but I live way over here in North Jesus Land. I was referring to national legalization.

/I am pretty lazy though


Well, I'm so lazy I couldn't even be bothered to click on your profile to check where lived :)
 
2012-09-24 04:48:32 PM  

JohnBigBootay: babysealclubber: Did I say liberal or conservative? No? Then STFU.

That was to the other guy - who was also quoted by name - and railing on liberals for their convenient stance on state's rights. But since you said it so politely, NO. You STFU.


You first.
 
2012-09-24 04:49:13 PM  

pedobearapproved: Leeds: pedobearapproved: WeenerGord: Will this make hemp farming legal too?

Hemp is great for clothes, archival paper, healthy oil and seeds to eat, etc

yeah man, and it's great for those necklaces so you can show everyone what a non-conformist you are.

stop with this retardedness. No one wants your hemp crap they just want to get high.

I have a hemp rug that was my great-grandparents'. What does that 100+ year old rug have to do with getting high?

There just isn't a huge demand for hemp products. Because cotton called and said "hey I'm way more comfortable and I don't smell funny." It's always been a backdoor way of trying to get legalization. And it's just a stupid as the medical MJ argument. No other prescribed drug would a doctor allow you to decide your own dose and get as many refills as you want. And while people might use it medically every person I know that has a medical card here in CA is using it for recreation.

Why can't we just be honest with ourselves and go "we want to get high and pot is as safe or safer than alcohol."


Rope and paper called and said "We don't have to be 'comfortable' and after processing we don't smell".

And then I got really confused as to how cotton, rope, and paper were all able to make phone calls so I fired up a joint.
 
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