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2012-11-15 07:26:33 PM  

titwrench: They aren't addicted they just lack willpower


I don't know if you're trolling or not but addiction is not about willpower just like depression is not about willpower. If you're an addict it is very difficult to stop the behavior you are addicted to. Maybe talk to some Dr.s who have treated addicts or some addicts themselves. That said MJ is very close to non-addictive, I know many drunks and addicts and I could only name two MJ addicts off the top of my head. One got clean, relapsed then got clean again. She was just like any addict, once she fell off the wagon she went whole hog, stoned every day at work at home just before she went to sleep, just after she woke up. The other never got clean and died in an unrelated motorcycle accident, his friends said about him, "He didn't have a problem, he just liked to smoke, he smoked all day, every day". I'm sorry, he was a great guy, but that is a problem.
 
2012-11-15 07:28:31 PM  
To some people alcohol can be physically or psychologically addicting. and weed can be psychologically addicting. But if a person can't stop using one or the other it doesn't really make much difference if they get withdrawal symptoms or not. If one does stop using, the withdrawal symptoms do make quitting harder though. A "close friend" was addicted to both weed and alcohol for most of his adult life and was able to stop using both with the help of a 12 step program. 18 years clean and sober now. But I don't think alcohol or weed should be illegal even though one of those 2 drugs do ruin countless lives. Just because you didn't get addicted or don't think you are, doesn't mean another person can't possibly addicted. Everyone's chemistry and mind is different.
 
2012-11-15 07:43:28 PM  
Going to rehab for marijuana addiction = getting caught by a "random" drug test at work and given the option of going to rehab or getting fired. Who seriously goes because they're actually "addicted" to weed?
 
2012-11-15 07:58:30 PM  
Know your dope fiend. You will not be able to see his eyes because of tea shades, but his knuckles will be white from inner tension and his pants will be crusted with semen from constantly jacking off when he can't find a rape victim.
 
2012-11-15 07:59:42 PM  

Eddie Adams from Torrance: violentsalvation: "When I heard the results of the election I did cry," said Alicia Brown, a former marijuana addict who has been clean for 17 years.

So let's continue to trample other people's rights.

Besides, legalizing and taxing marijuana would (in theory at least) provide more money for addiction treatment.


Naaaa. Here in California it would be spent on the gaping black hole of the High Speed Rail to Nowhere project. (Just heard today on the radio that a CA legislator (could he be a Democrat????!??) want to TRIPLE the annual car tax - "to be spent on roads and public transportation in a ratio "to be determined.'")
 
2012-11-15 08:02:04 PM  
Here's the thing. There absolutely is such a thing as responsible recreational use. Just as there is responsible consumption of alcohol. Somebody has a drink at Happy hour with the guys from work, maybe has a bowl watching football on a Sunday.

There is also such a thing as addicts who haven't worked in a decade. Booze, weed, fake weed...the actual substance might not matter. Addicts gonna use, man. Legalization makes folks not have to fear a criminal record. This is certainly a good thing, but it's probably not going to change the world of a {substance} addict.
 
2012-11-15 08:09:02 PM  
"Reality is a crutch for people who can't handle drugs" - Lily Tomlin

/Yea 60's!
 
2012-11-15 08:17:05 PM  

Scarlioni:
I can but a bottle of whiskey legally ...


Another University of Tennessee grad huh? When butting booze, Maker's Mark really hits the spot.

/UT grad
//Would never funnel booze up the shoot
///Maybe pot brownies though
 
2012-11-15 08:17:31 PM  

Oznog: AeAe: violentsalvation: "When I heard the results of the election I did cry," said Alicia Brown, a former marijuana addict who has been clean for 17 years.


ha ha hahahaha, whatever.

Yessss.. because she had an addiction problem, that means everyone else will as well so it's best to keep it illegal and arrest anyone that uses it.

Wait... can you really claim to have been an "addict" if you did it and gave it up for 17 years?

Bit of a logical paradox there. An addict CAN'T quit, which is a very simplistic definition of addiction. If you did it and quit, were you ever an addict??


Um, Nicotine patches helped me quit my smoking not-addiction.
 
2012-11-15 08:30:34 PM  
There is no such thing as marijuana addiction. Countless scientific studies have so shown.

It is possible that Ms. Brown has some other personality disorder. In general, that would be more difficult to fix.
 
2012-11-15 08:36:54 PM  

Pazuzu_the_gargoyle: titwrench: Do you know what would stop this madness? If the general public could actually sue these "journalists" for sensationalism and misinformation. If these knuckleheads and the publications that print these stupid stories were held accountable there would be a lot less bullshiat to sift through.

Hmm... Let me guess: you smoke a lot of pot. This sounds like a pothead idea to me.


A bit but I haven't touched it in 15 years. It makes me want to go do stuff outside but I also get paranoid so I don't enjoy it at least I didn't. Nobody in my social circle smokes it either so it really never comes up. I might take a puff if it was offered, who knows.
 
2012-11-15 08:41:44 PM  

LovingTeacher: titwrench: They aren't addicted they just lack willpower

I don't know if you're trolling or not but addiction is not about willpower just like depression is not about willpower. If you're an addict it is very difficult to stop the behavior you are addicted to. Maybe talk to some Dr.s who have treated addicts or some addicts themselves. That said MJ is very close to non-addictive, I know many drunks and addicts and I could only name two MJ addicts off the top of my head. One got clean, relapsed then got clean again. She was just like any addict, once she fell off the wagon she went whole hog, stoned every day at work at home just before she went to sleep, just after she woke up. The other never got clean and died in an unrelated motorcycle accident, his friends said about him, "He didn't have a problem, he just liked to smoke, he smoked all day, every day". I'm sorry, he was a great guy, but that is a problem.


I'm not trolling in the slightest. People aren't addicted to gambling or most of your other examples they're just weak willed. Anyone that tells you you are addicted to shopping or gambling or any of that other stupid shiat is going to charge you to fix yourself.
 
2012-11-15 08:49:50 PM  

LovingTeacher: titwrench: They aren't addicted they just lack willpower

I don't know if you're trolling or not but addiction is not about willpower just like depression is not about willpower. If you're an addict it is very difficult to stop the behavior you are addicted to. Maybe talk to some Dr.s who have treated addicts or some addicts themselves. That said MJ is very close to non-addictive, I know many drunks and addicts and I could only name two MJ addicts off the top of my head. One got clean, relapsed then got clean again. She was just like any addict, once she fell off the wagon she went whole hog, stoned every day at work at home just before she went to sleep, just after she woke up. The other never got clean and died in an unrelated motorcycle accident, his friends said about him, "He didn't have a problem, he just liked to smoke, he smoked all day, every day". I'm sorry, he was a great guy, but that is a problem.


Did it interfere with his daily life? did he have a job, did he pay his bills? if it didn't interfere with his daily life and he worked and took care of his shiat it isn't a problem
 
2012-11-15 09:05:49 PM  
You "cure" addiction, but unless the underlying physiological issues that lead to the addiction are addressed, most just find another vice to abuse. Sometimes the replacement is worse.

Personally, I'd rather have addicts stoned on weed than tweaking on meth.
 
2012-11-15 09:10:42 PM  
Sensationalist media is sensational.

More states will follow suit. The tide is turning.
 
2012-11-15 09:14:57 PM  
>> Rincewind53: And how many of the adolescents are there as part of court deals to avoid jail time? Hint: a lot of them.

My thoughts exactly. And with 18 people on the board of directors, there's a lot of fat paychecks on the line, so they better do something to keep them coming in!
 
2012-11-15 09:15:14 PM  
KNOW YOUR DOPE FIEND. YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND ON IT! You will not be able to see his eyes because of Tea-Shades, But his knuckles will be white from inner tension and his pants will be crusted with semen from constantly jacking off when he can't find a rape victim. He will stagger and babble when questioned. He will not respect your badge. The Dope Fiend fears nothing. He will attack, for no reason, with every weapon at his command-including yours. BEWARE. Any officer apprehending a suspected marijuana addict should use all necessary force immediately. One stitch in time (on him) will usually save nine on you. Good luck. - The Chief

Words to live by, America... words to live by, America... words to live by, America... echo... echo... coooolll... oolll... lll.
 
2012-11-15 09:21:23 PM  

lewismarktwo: Which has nothing to do with cannabis itself and everything to do with draconian laws and money grubbing insurance companies. /but you knew that already


Yea it didn't have anything to do with it. No way in hell was he going to play with wires while he was high, he smoked after work to wind down while he played games. His supervisor saw him get zapped so a report had to be filed.

/I don't think I've ever met an electrician that didn't have a story or two about getting zapped.
 
2012-11-15 10:15:25 PM  

sgnilward: Just because marijuana is not physically addictive doesn't mean there aren't risks...

For example, a pot head without weed is just as annoying, perhaps more so than a dry drunk.

Further, if you need to consume a mind altering chemical to start or get through your day, there are deeper problems that need to be addressed.

One last thing, just a bunch, really... What are the depression rates amongst habitual pot users? And it is NOT a treatment for the condition either.

Don't get me wrong, I'm mostly pro-pot, but don't bullshiat yourself or others into thinking there are no I'll effects of habitual use.


I beg to differ. I have seen my ex in a condition where a few hours without booze had him shaking and puking. DTs can be fatal. Potheads are annoying when they can't score but only because they keep going on about it. Not in the same league by a long shot.
 
2012-11-15 10:25:02 PM  
Relevant:
http://spdblotter.seattle.gov/2012/11/09/marijwhatnow-a-guide-to-lega l -marijuana-use-in-seattle/

/This is fun
//If it's still legal 5 years from now, look for my Wake n Bake Ranch. Tasting rooms, fine dining, wine pairings...it'll be great
 
2012-11-15 11:16:42 PM  

Dedmon: Oznog: AeAe: violentsalvation: "When I heard the results of the election I did cry," said Alicia Brown, a former marijuana addict who has been clean for 17 years.


ha ha hahahaha, whatever.

Yessss.. because she had an addiction problem, that means everyone else will as well so it's best to keep it illegal and arrest anyone that uses it.

Wait... can you really claim to have been an "addict" if you did it and gave it up for 17 years?

Bit of a logical paradox there. An addict CAN'T quit, which is a very simplistic definition of addiction. If you did it and quit, were you ever an addict??

Um, Nicotine patches helped me quit my smoking not-addiction.


Wow, you were able to kick your nicotine addiction by replacing the nicotine you were using with nicotine?

Thanks for the tip.
 
2012-11-15 11:33:37 PM  

Scarlioni: I've known people who smoke pot every day. They were just about worthless for anything. I've known people who drink everyday. They too were about worthless for anything. If you are getting intoxicated every day you have an issue.

I can but a bottle of whiskey legally, I can get drunk in a bar legally. Why can't I purchase a "joint" to smoke in my own home legally?


I have three friends who smoke every day: two are management at a non profit (both have degrees from decent schools) and one is a vet (animal kind, went to one of the best schools in the country).

Not everyone can... but the people who do TEND TO KEEP QUIET ABOUT IT. I didn't know 2/3 of my friends had smoked *every* day until I'd known them for half a year.

I smoke rarely. But it works for them. Those burnouts who smoke every day
... I have a feeling if it wasn't pot it'd be something anything else.
 
2012-11-15 11:37:34 PM  
Marijuana addiction is total crap...while it is habit forming for some individuals it is hardly addictive. By that same rationale water and oxygen are addictive If you don't believe me, try going a day without either of them. I dare you.
 
2012-11-15 11:44:04 PM  

iaazathot: FirstNationalBastard: iaazathot: serpent_sky: Sybarite: 25.media.tumblr.com

I didn't think so.

Is that CM Punk smirking at him in the background or someone who looks a hell of a lot like him?

Also: who on earth has EVER been "addicted" to marijuana?

The same types of fools who are "cured" of homosexuality.

Their Marijuana addiction cured their homosexuality. But how will they cure their weed addiction?

A bus moving at 45 mph applied liberally all over the body. Seriously, people "addicted" to weed are sold that diagnosis and then fleeced for bogus treatment programs, see STRAIGHT in the 80's.


Thank you for the mention of Straight! Keep the word out on these legal kidnapping facilities. If there's any kid out there now experiencing this, know that others have as well and you can and will be able to survive and do good things in your future life.
Good luck!
 
2012-11-15 11:49:48 PM  

slave2grind: One time I OD'd on pot. I tried to drown myself in a bowl of water. I cut my face to shreds and ran into the dmv naked. I have no idea how I got there. I would have died from the thc saturation if it had not been for the top notch medical professionals and prayers of loved ones.Pot is evil.


If you overdose on pot, you need to get in a hot tub or a sauna and sweat it out. It saved my life once.
 
2012-11-16 12:02:40 AM  

titwrench: I'm not trolling in the slightest. People aren't addicted to gambling or most of your other examples they're just weak willed.


How do you know? Does the whole world revolve around you and what you believe or feel?
 
2012-11-16 12:13:35 AM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: I can top that crazy.


Good god, the woman took every ounce of derp with a straight face. I guess that's they key to that job, women are particularly good at it.

On a side note, she is hot, and I bet she occasionally tokes.
 
2012-11-16 12:23:31 AM  
Randy Newman's original lyrics were

"Hopheads got no reason to live"
 
2012-11-16 12:25:37 AM  

timujin: orbister: timujin: wow, your anecdotal evidence is extremely compelling. Now, how about those people who work better when smoking regularly?

Ah yes. Those people. They certainly think they work better, just as they think they screw better. Their colleagues and partners, however, will generally tell you something rather different.

I'm guessing you've never smoked... or maybe you have and think your reaction is universal. Here's a little more anecdotal evidence for you, back in the day, when I did smoke, I found that I was much better able to focus on tasks that required me to do, well, let's call it "creative research". For instance, searching deeply through the Windows registry, trying to figure out which key could be modified to do the particular function I was trying to accomplish. I made much better, more intuitive connections after smoking a little.

The same was true when writing. I would fight writer's block while straight, but be able to smoothly sail through page after page when smoking. I'd go back later and read what I'd written and be surprised at what I'd managed to create.

I quit a long time ago, though, even though I know there are certain tasks that I'm better at when baked.


When I'm sober I play decent chess, when I'm high I can compete with the highest (heh heh) level chess players.
 
2012-11-16 01:09:52 AM  

serpent_sky: Sybarite: 25.media.tumblr.com

I didn't think so.

Is that CM Punk smirking at him in the background or someone who looks a hell of a lot like him?

Also: who on earth has EVER been "addicted" to marijuana?


All the ones whose parents paid for them to be cured, I suspect. The more it cost, the more addicted they were, strangely enough.
 
2012-11-16 01:23:13 AM  

slayer199: marijuana is not physically addictive


I'd sure like to know why potheads will never shut the fark up about it.

I ask one pothead friend of mine for some programming advice. I wanted to know his settings for fractal noise for a terrain generation project. He instead starts yammering about the bud he got from his dealer today.

Are potheads incapable of thinking of topics other than pot when they're on it or something? If it weren't for that, I'd be perfectly fine with it. Makes for good TV.
 
2012-11-16 02:48:29 AM  

titwrench: titwrench:
People aren't addicted to gambling or most of your other examples they're just weak willed. Anyone that tells you you are addicted to shopping or gambling or any of that other stupid shiat is going to charge you to fix yourself.


I'm guessing that you're a troll, but it's time for some education. "Addiction" is a medical term in the field known as psychiatry. If you start talking about addiction, it implies a medical context. You're correct that psychiatrists generally don't consider behavior to be a true addiction, but you're completely wrong that it's "weak will". They are considered "impulse control disorders", which also includes things like fire setting and compulsive hair plucking.

To anticipate your next argument, the diagnosis is not an excuse to participate in the behaviors, it's a way to standardize treatment. Patients aren't to blame for their conditions (psychiatric or somatic), but they can be held responsible if they don't get treatment. If you have a broken arm, it's your job to get it fixed. It's no different for psychiatric conditions.
 
2012-11-16 02:57:39 AM  
I'm halfway though what I'm calling Just Say NOvember so I'm really getting a kick...

/Near daily smoker
//No withdrawal to speak of
///The wife is a bit harder to tune out though
 
2012-11-16 06:53:55 AM  

Communist_Manifesto: I smoke weed every day ...

/tl; dr: pots not addictive


Uh-huh.
 
2012-11-16 07:00:11 AM  

Rapmaster2000: We can make some inferences, though it's hard to adjust for culture, availability, etc., but you can't get more available and socially acceptable than the Netherlands.


The Dutch attitude to pot is interestingly complicated. They decriminalised it for a mixture of pragmatic (reduces crime) and libertarian (the state shouldn't interfere unnecessarily with individuals) reasons, but that doesn't mean they see pot use as socially acceptable. Quite the opposite, in fact - there is a strong protestant/puritan streak in the Netherlands.

Their view is actually pretty close to my own: smoking pot is stupid, but shouldn't be a crime.
 
2012-11-16 07:04:19 AM  

lewismarktwo:
Which has nothing to do with cannabis itself and everything to do with draconian laws and money grubbing insurance companies. /but you knew that already


Unless, of course, the drug affected his reactions or thinking and led to the shock (he can't have been electrocuted, can he?). Suppose the PP had written

I have a friend that was a regular drinker. A few months ago he was on the job and got electrocuted, the tested him and he popped positive for alcohol. Fired on the spot and lost a $1,800/wk job, couldn't make payments on his car so he drove it till they found him and repossessed it. No money to pay the bills either so now him, his wife and 2 children live in the inlaws' basement.

would you be saying "It's all a conspiracy by insurance companies" or would you be saying "Dude probably shouldn't have tried do electrical work while drunk"?
 
Skr
2012-11-16 07:07:58 AM  

vernonFL: Listening to Pink Floyd while contemplating the meaning of one's life isn't normal.

But on pot it is.


[encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com image 225x225]


hell, you don't need the pot to feel metaphysical with Echoes - Live at Pompeii playing. It does add a little something something though.
 
2012-11-16 07:09:07 AM  

moefuggenbrew: When I'm sober I play decent chess, when I'm high I can compete with the highest (heh heh) level chess players.


Yeah, and many alcoholics are convinced that they become wittier when they're drunk. Got any evidence to back up your claim?
 
2012-11-16 07:10:38 AM  

Morning Horsefarts: Are potheads incapable of thinking of topics other than pot when they're on it or something?


It does seem to be fairly common for pot users to explain that it isn't addictive, that it doesn't affect them, that they could quit any time they like - and then spend most of their time going on and on and on and on and on about it.
 
2012-11-16 07:43:39 AM  
well i think chicken is sort of addictive. someone with no control could get extremely obese
 
2012-11-16 08:27:40 AM  

orbister: would you be saying "It's all a conspiracy by insurance companies" or would you be saying "Dude probably shouldn't have tried do electrical work while drunk"?


Like I said afterwards, he never went to work high, it was how he relaxed after he got off work. Likewise, I wouldn't blame the alcohol on the accident if the person drank after work and didn't get drunk enough to have a hangover/still be drunk on the clock. Sometimes accidents just happen.
 
2012-11-16 08:42:24 AM  

srhp29: Marijuana Addiction is an oxymoron.
There is nothing physically addictive about marijuana.
If your mind is so weak that you feel you need it to get by, that is your weak mind, not the drug and you would likely find something else to fill that void if you didn't have the weed.


Don't get fooled into believing there is a vast difference between physical, psychological, and emotional addictions. In the end, we're all talking about chemicals affecting the brain.The differences are in the sources and withdrawls.
 
2012-11-16 09:16:38 AM  

cryinoutloud: titwrench: I'm not trolling in the slightest. People aren't addicted to gambling or most of your other examples they're just weak willed.

How do you know? Does the whole world revolve around you and what you believe or feel?


This is Fark. You need a less childish retort.
 
2012-11-16 09:28:20 AM  

Pazuzu_the_gargoyle: titwrench: titwrench:
People aren't addicted to gambling or most of your other examples they're just weak willed. Anyone that tells you you are addicted to shopping or gambling or any of that other stupid shiat is going to charge you to fix yourself.

I'm guessing that you're a troll, but it's time for some education. "Addiction" is a medical term in the field known as psychiatry. If you start talking about addiction, it implies a medical context. You're correct that psychiatrists generally don't consider behavior to be a true addiction, but you're completely wrong that it's "weak will". They are considered "impulse control disorders", which also includes things like fire setting and compulsive hair plucking.

To anticipate your next argument, the diagnosis is not an excuse to participate in the behaviors, it's a way to standardize treatment. Patients aren't to blame for their conditions (psychiatric or somatic), but they can be held responsible if they don't get treatment. If you have a broken arm, it's your job to get it fixed. It's no different for psychiatric conditions.


There are legitimate addictions that fark with your body chemistry. If you have a gambling or shopping "addiction" it is merely a compulsion and generally a symptom of some other issue. A true addiction is an absolute physical and psychological dependence. When you have to be locked in a room in a hospital to detox, feeling like you are going to die and wishing you could kill yourself for days unable to eat unable to sleep and your body is completely shutting down you have an addiction. Gambling, shopping these aren't addictions I might MIGHT give you compulsion but generally it is weakness and an unwillingness to change.
 
2012-11-16 09:57:28 AM  

Tenatra: Rapmaster2000: One time I smoked the pot. Now, I'm just a journalist. I'm broke. People don't respect me.

It could happen to you.

I have a friend that was a regular smoker. A few months ago he was on the job and got electrocuted, the drug screened him and he popped positive for weed. Fired on the spot and lost a $1,800/wk job, couldn't make payments on his car so he drove it till they found him and repossessed it. No money to pay the bills either so now him, his wife and 2 children live in the inlaws' basement.


If he were truly responsible he could have taken the money spent on weed and paid off his car early, hard to repo something which isn't owned by the bank.
 
2012-11-16 10:41:22 AM  
Door #1: 'Addicted' to pot, watching too much tv, playing video games too much, and eating too many funions.

Door #2: locked in a cage with murderers and rapists for 1-5 years for possesion of pot. and all at taxpayers expense.

/ I'm thinking that Door #1 is definately less harmful to the pot smoker and to society.
 
2012-11-16 11:00:32 AM  

hermitage_deux: Door #1: 'Addicted' to pot, watching too much tv, playing video games too much, and eating too many funions.

Door #2: locked in a cage with murderers and rapists for 1-5 years for possesion of pot. and all at taxpayers expense.

/ I'm thinking that Door #1 is definately less harmful to the pot smoker and to society.


My fiancee's ex got ratted out by his friend so he could get out of jail time. He was pulled over with just over the 'personal use' amount so he got locked up in the state pen for a year and a half, they let him out with 5 years probation and a 10 year suspended sentence. He got farking lucky earlier this year, he got pulled over and had some pot on him (and his kids in the back seat). The judge gave him 2 weeks in jail and even let him have a work release for the day time.
 
2012-11-16 11:23:13 AM  
Meanwhile, the PSA you won't see from a public agency........

Link
 
2012-11-16 01:28:50 PM  

vicioushobbit: You don't get addicted to pot.
You get addicted to being lazy.

Blaming pot makes you an asshat. Everybody else knows how to put down the joint and go to work.

 
2012-11-16 02:53:17 PM  

orbister: lewismarktwo:
Which has nothing to do with cannabis itself and everything to do with draconian laws and money grubbing insurance companies. /but you knew that already

Unless, of course, the drug affected his reactions or thinking and led to the shock (he can't have been electrocuted, can he?). Suppose the PP had written

I have a friend that was a regular drinker. A few months ago he was on the job and got electrocuted, the tested him and he popped positive for alcohol. Fired on the spot and lost a $1,800/wk job, couldn't make payments on his car so he drove it till they found him and repossessed it. No money to pay the bills either so now him, his wife and 2 children live in the inlaws' basement.

would you be saying "It's all a conspiracy by insurance companies" or would you be saying "Dude probably shouldn't have tried do electrical work while drunk"?


They don't know if he was high or not. They don't care if he was high or not. They only care that they don't have to pay out because he tested positive for THC metabolites. It doesn't take a conspiracy, it's just a legal excuse they use to renig on their obligation and raise rates.
 
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