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(Denver Post)   Obvious: children like brownies and gummy bears. Bad: In Colorado, many of those are filled with THC, increasing the number of children in the ER for pot poisoning since 2009 by infinity   (denverpost.com) divider line 209
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2013-04-01 09:50:03 PM  

super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!


So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?
 
2013-04-01 09:50:27 PM  
You can put THC in gummi worms?
 
2013-04-01 09:51:13 PM  

CraicBaby: And yet, if the same kid accidentally took a swig of Mommy's rum & Coke, no one would bat an eyelash.


Don't people pretty much lose their stuff every time an Applebee's waitress accidentally serves Junior a mixed drink in a sippy cup?
 
2013-04-01 09:51:32 PM  

maxheck: I still think my molecular biologist friend and I had the best idea. Make algae that produced Delta-9 THC, call it "splalge." It'd be difficult to control if anyone could make a grow-operation in a fishtank, and the plecostomi woud be even more placid (if that were possible.)


I'm with you. Well, apart from the name. And the need to compete with your fish.

But otherwise, newsletter subscription.
 
2013-04-01 09:51:33 PM  

MeanJean: You can put THC in gummi worms?


You put it in real worms and it makes them gummi.
 
2013-04-01 09:52:33 PM  

MeanJean: You can put THC in gummi worms?


ganji worms
 
2013-04-01 09:53:04 PM  
Ex-Lax brownies are still okay, right?

/Ah, good times
 
2013-04-01 09:54:10 PM  

gweilo8888: rbuzby: Every single incident like this with weed should be looked at as if it had happened with booze.  See how that works?  It's the same thing. Booze is significantly more dangerous, both in terms of long-term medical impact and immediate danger from impairment.

I once had to go to the emergency room for drinking cough syrup(booze) when I was a little kid.  Nobody used that as an example of why booze should be outlawed.

Some kids got into the booze?  Punish the adults who gave it to them, and tell the kids they have to wait until they are older.

"Gateway drug"?  If that concept is real, booze is the first gateway. Who wants to outlaw booze? Nobody.

FTFY.



I agree booze is worse.  But I am trying for baby steps. Some people think weed is like heroin.  Let's get them to see weed is more like booze (since booze is legal, and not scrutinized for "should it be legal?" anymore), then go from there.
 
2013-04-01 09:54:28 PM  
The water comparison is lame and not applicable at all. Water does kill. Pot does not. Nobody in all recorded human history has ever directly overdosed on pot. Unlike water.

Beyond that, I'm a hardcore smoker of pot for about 45 years. I've lived in CO for 25 of those. Eating pot infused food can fark you right the fark up. If you didn't know you ate a drug, you'll be on your way to the ER wondering what the shiat is going on with your head.

The infused edibles made today are EXTREMELY potent. Not life threatening, but if eaten unaware of what you just ate, you may think you're about to perish.
 
2013-04-01 09:56:16 PM  
Am I the only one thinking these kids were trying to get high and got caught/took too much?
 
2013-04-01 09:57:18 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!

So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?


The one that's closer to low-dose dopamines that occur naturally inside the body instead of high concentration opiates derived from poppies?

Remember: cyanide occurs naturally too.
 
2013-04-01 09:57:34 PM  
paragraph!!!
 
2013-04-01 09:58:00 PM  

MeanJean: You can put THC in gummi worms?


I have a friend who puts THC in all kinds of things. I tried some of his infused beef jerky the other month. Not so good IMO.

His caramel popcorn rules though. Too good really. You don't want to stop eating it even though you really should.
 
2013-04-01 09:58:15 PM  
By infinity?

Show your work. SHOW IT!

/also, I like math porn.
 
2013-04-01 09:58:23 PM  

Weaver95:
i'm sure the authoritarians are just looking for an excuse to drum up some bad press.

Yes, of course.  Everyone who is against the legalization of weed is no different from Pinochet, Videla, and Franco.

A Shambling Mound: Make fun of "pot poisoning" all you want, I wouldn't treat this sort of thing any less seriously that someone who let their kid get drunk. All we need is one cute little kid to die of some complications even tangentially related to eating a pan-ful of pot brownies and this little legalization movement we've got going will likely take a surprisingly sharp turn for the f*cked.

That stuff is not for kids, people.



I'd guess that half its market here is under-21s.
 
2013-04-01 09:59:46 PM  

Unauthorized Bratwurst: CraicBaby: And yet, if the same kid accidentally took a swig of Mommy's rum & Coke, no one would bat an eyelash.

Don't people pretty much lose their stuff every time an Applebee's waitress accidentally serves Junior a mixed drink in a sippy cup?


Mommy doesn't have as deep of pockets as Applebee's.
 
2013-04-01 10:00:04 PM  

rbuzby: "Gateway drug"?  If that concept is real, booze is the first gateway. Who wants to outlaw booze? Nobody.


Mormons?
 
2013-04-01 10:03:47 PM  

fusillade762: rbuzby: "Gateway drug"?  If that concept is real, booze is the first gateway. Who wants to outlaw booze? Nobody.

Mormons?


Why am I not being allowed to make sweeping generalizations? Gimme a pass please.

I'm an old Farker with 5 links approved, back before FARK went corporate, before 9/11 and before the oil hit the ...thing.  So ....
 
2013-04-01 10:04:38 PM  
gweilo8888:

maxheck: I still think my molecular biologist friend and I had the best idea. Make algae that produced Delta-9 THC, call it "splalge." It'd be difficult to control if anyone could make a grow-operation in a fishtank, and the plecostomi woud be even more placid (if that were possible.)

I'm with you. Well, apart from the name. And the need to compete with your fish.

But otherwise, newsletter subscription.


We also talked about transgenic regular grass... "Yeah, I'm not sure that I approve of the neighbor kid's haircut, but he does come over every week and offer to cut the grass for free."

Odd thing is, said friend has a few patents to her name in transgenics. For all I know this has already happened.
 
2013-04-01 10:05:12 PM  

CraicBaby: And yet, if the same kid accidentally took a swig of Mommy's rum & Coke, no one would bat an eyelash.


Unless its served to them in a sippy cup at an Applebee's. Then everyone loses their shiat
 
2013-04-01 10:05:37 PM  
Slightly off topic, but do many of you actually enjoy edibles? I mean to the point where you enjoy it just as much as smoking/vaporizing or more? I've smoked a fair amount of weed in my lifetime, but each time I've tried edibles, I've been very disappointed by the high. It's not enjoyable at all, in fact I find myself getting a bit depressed. And it lasts too long. I've tried it 3 times before, and the second and third time I only did it hoping it'd get better, but it didn't. I don't think I'll try it again.

I can understand the need for these products because some people can't or don't want to smoke/vaporize. But I really didn't enjoy the high, and I was wondering if this was fairly common among those who like to smoke.
 
2013-04-01 10:06:43 PM  

super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!

So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?

The one that's closer to low-dose dopamines that occur naturally inside the body instead of high concentration opiates derived from poppies?

Remember: cyanide occurs naturally too.


Goal posts be all over the place in this biatch.
 
2013-04-01 10:06:44 PM  
Still no cure for missing slash-I tags and preview.
 
2013-04-01 10:07:25 PM  

Unauthorized Bratwurst: CraicBaby: And yet, if the same kid accidentally took a swig of Mommy's rum & Coke, no one would bat an eyelash.

Don't people pretty much lose their stuff every time an Applebee's waitress accidentally serves Junior a mixed drink in a sippy cup?


Oh god damnit that's what I get for not reading the thread first. Here I am thinking I'm being all witty with my Applebee's comment, and you beat me to it.
 
2013-04-01 10:07:31 PM  
I got pot poisoning one time
 
2013-04-01 10:08:49 PM  
I overdosed on pot once
 
2013-04-01 10:08:53 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!

So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?

The one that's closer to low-dose dopamines that occur naturally inside the body instead of high concentration opiates derived from poppies?

Remember: cyanide occurs naturally too.

Goal posts be all over the place in this biatch.


Yup, nothing wrong with a little naturalist fallacy.

It's taking it to its contradictory conclusion that's wrong.
 
2013-04-01 10:09:13 PM  

osnap: I got pot poisoning one time


Yeah. You were wasted.

/you're welcome for the pictures
 
2013-04-01 10:11:35 PM  
Pot poisoning

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2013-04-01 10:12:35 PM  
img819.imageshack.us
 
2013-04-01 10:13:39 PM  

Atomic Spunk: do many of you actually enjoy edibles


Here's how you enjoy it, Atomic Spunk.  You do a modest amount of edible, wait an hour, then you toke up.  The underlying edible high will not only give you quite a boost, it will also smooth out the come-down.
 
2013-04-01 10:13:49 PM  
First time I ever made brownies I decided to make pot brownies. Unfortunately I didn't know you're not supposed to squish the brownie mix down in the pan. The were hard as a rock but I wasn't going to waste perfectly good,although tough to chew,weed brownies. That day at the festival was fun as fark with me just wandering around riding rides and eating rock hard brownies although my friend had to drag me away from a dude holding a huge white and yellow python.
 
2013-04-01 10:14:24 PM  

Atomic Spunk: Slightly off topic, but do many of you actually enjoy edibles? I mean to the point where you enjoy it just as much as smoking/vaporizing or more? I've smoked a fair amount of weed in my lifetime, but each time I've tried edibles, I've been very disappointed by the high. It's not enjoyable at all, in fact I find myself getting a bit depressed. And it lasts too long. I've tried it 3 times before, and the second and third time I only did it hoping it'd get better, but it didn't. I don't think I'll try it again.

I can understand the need for these products because some people can't or don't want to smoke/vaporize. But I really didn't enjoy the high, and I was wondering if this was fairly common among those who like to smoke.


I love a good batch of brownies! But really, its only good if the chef knows what they are doing. Making cannabutter isn't that tough, but it is a process that must be done a certain way to get a high potency. The highest I've ever been in my life came from a batch of brownies I made a few yrs back and it was the most intense, fantastic thing I've ever experienced. I was considered a "stoner" back then, smoked all the time, and those brownies made me fly for two whole days.

I suppose much like any drug, the enjoyment varies from person to person, but I prefer my THC in a tasty treat.
 
2013-04-01 10:14:40 PM  

Atomic Spunk: Slightly off topic, but do many of you actually enjoy edibles? I mean to the point where you enjoy it just as much as smoking/vaporizing or more? I've smoked a fair amount of weed in my lifetime, but each time I've tried edibles, I've been very disappointed by the high. It's not enjoyable at all, in fact I find myself getting a bit depressed. And it lasts too long. I've tried it 3 times before, and the second and third time I only did it hoping it'd get better, but it didn't. I don't think I'll try it again.

I can understand the need for these products because some people can't or don't want to smoke/vaporize. But I really didn't enjoy the high, and I was wondering if this was fairly common among those who like to smoke.


Agreed,  I feel like someone has slipped me a mickey.
 
2013-04-01 10:15:01 PM  

Atomic Spunk: Slightly off topic, but do many of you actually enjoy edibles? I mean to the point where you enjoy it just as much as smoking/vaporizing or more? I've smoked a fair amount of weed in my lifetime, but each time I've tried edibles, I've been very disappointed by the high. It's not enjoyable at all, in fact I find myself getting a bit depressed. And it lasts too long. I've tried it 3 times before, and the second and third time I only did it hoping it'd get better, but it didn't. I don't think I'll try it again.

I can understand the need for these products because some people can't or don't want to smoke/vaporize. But I really didn't enjoy the high, and I was wondering if this was fairly common among those who like to smoke.


Us regular smokers/vaporizers do not seem to enjoy medibles as much.  I think our tolerance is sometimes too high.  For me, I can get high by eating, but then I just get VERY sleepy. Then if I try to eat medibles again in the next few days, it doesn't do anything.

Eating is good if you have a long plane ride ahead of you, or if you are a once in a while person who needs help sleeping.  But for the regular herb consumer, I think vaporizing is the (eventual) way to go.

Vaporizing is a little less convenient than smoking, and that's good for me.  I don't over do it that way.  But it does work, and it is not smoking.  There is no "tar". And I get less burned out when I vape, compared to smoking.  It is a different way of consuming, but it works, its not smoke in your lungs, and you may use less, overall, albeit more per session.  And since I have been vaping...no more black phlegm or messed up throat do to harsh BT's.
 
2013-04-01 10:17:08 PM  
I can see I'm going to be blathering about this friend all thread... She later went for her doctorate in neurobiology, doing projects in endocannabinoids but due to intranacine politics backed off... There was another person at the same institution who was the acknolwledged and rather prickly god on the subject.

Evidently cannabinoids are one of those million-use chemicals in the brain. We have a farkton of receptors (which is why smoking pot has it's effect) and our inborn stuff has a heck of a lot of influence on how the brain develops.

Her opinion? Young people shouldn't smoke pot. Old people should smoke it often.
 
2013-04-01 10:17:10 PM  

super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!

So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?

The one that's closer to low-dose dopamines that occur naturally inside the body instead of high concentration opiates derived from poppies?

Remember: cyanide occurs naturally too.

Goal posts be all over the place in this biatch.

Yup, nothing wrong with a little naturalist fallacy.

It's taking it to its contradictory conclusion that's wrong.


*sigh*

/facepalm
 
2013-04-01 10:17:26 PM  

Sgygus: Atomic Spunk: do many of you actually enjoy edibles

Here's how you enjoy it, Atomic Spunk.  You do a modest amount of edible, wait an hour, then you toke up.  The underlying edible high will not only give you quite a boost, it will also smooth out the come-down.


You. I like you.
 
2013-04-01 10:18:03 PM  

Barbecue Bob: The water comparison is lame and not applicable at all. Water does kill. Pot does not. Nobody in all recorded human history has ever directly overdosed on pot. Unlike water.

Beyond that, I'm a hardcore smoker of pot for about 45 years. I've lived in CO for 25 of those. Eating pot infused food can fark you right the fark up. If you didn't know you ate a drug, you'll be on your way to the ER wondering what the shiat is going on with your head.

The infused edibles made today are EXTREMELY potent. Not life threatening, but if eaten unaware of what you just ate, you may think you're about to perish.


You mean false analogies are false? Whowouldathunkit?!
 
2013-04-01 10:18:57 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!

So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?

The one that's closer to low-dose dopamines that occur naturally inside the body instead of high concentration opiates derived from poppies?

Remember: cyanide occurs naturally too.

Goal posts be all over the place in this biatch.

Yup, nothing wrong with a little naturalist fallacy.

It's taking it to its contradictory conclusion that's wrong.

*sigh*

/facepalm


What a well-thought rebuttal.

*presses add comment button*
 
2013-04-01 10:19:11 PM  

maxheck: I can see I'm going to be blathering about this friend all thread... She later went for her doctorate in neurobiology, doing projects in endocannabinoids but due to intranacine politics backed off... There was another person at the same institution who was the acknolwledged and rather prickly god on the subject.

Evidently cannabinoids are one of those million-use chemicals in the brain. We have a farkton of receptors (which is why smoking pot has it's effect) and our inborn stuff has a heck of a lot of influence on how the brain develops.

Her opinion? Young people shouldn't smoke pot. Old people should smoke it often.


My compliments to your friend

/Cheers!
 
2013-04-01 10:20:04 PM  
I sure hope nobody ever compares weed to alcohol or cocaine or other controlled substances, because, you know, that'd be wrong.
 
2013-04-01 10:20:54 PM  
Kid eats "medicine".  Kid dies.  Tragedy, not news.

Kid eats medicine.  Kid recovers completely.  News.
 
2013-04-01 10:21:40 PM  
Anybody who who pulls out the "FACEPALM" thing should be showing the pic of Picard doing it, or just don't bother.  This is FARK, not some place with no cool pics. Said I, the guy who doesn't know how to post pics here.
 
2013-04-01 10:22:59 PM  

rbuzby: Anybody who who pulls out the "FACEPALM" thing should be showing the pic of Picard doing it, or just don't bother.  This is FARK, not some place with no cool pics. Said I, the guy who doesn't know how to post pics here.


He wasn't worth the few seconds it would have taken to google the image.  Sorry to offend your delicate sensibilities.
 
2013-04-01 10:23:45 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: rbuzby: Anybody who who pulls out the "FACEPALM" thing should be showing the pic of Picard doing it, or just don't bother.  This is FARK, not some place with no cool pics. Said I, the guy who doesn't know how to post pics here.

He wasn't worth the few seconds it would have taken to google the image.  Sorry to offend your delicate sensibilities.


Fair enough.
 
2013-04-01 10:23:48 PM  

super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!

So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?

The one that's closer to low-dose dopamines that occur naturally inside the body instead of high concentration opiates derived from poppies?

Remember: cyanide occurs naturally too.

Goal posts be all over the place in this biatch.

Yup, nothing wrong with a little naturalist fallacy.

It's taking it to its contradictory conclusion that's wrong.

*sigh*

/facepalm

What a well-thought rebuttal.

*presses add comment button*


Says the guy who can't keep up a single argument.
 
2013-04-01 10:25:58 PM  
solitary:

Atomic Spunk: Slightly off topic, but do many of you actually enjoy edibles? I mean to the point where you enjoy it just as much as smoking/vaporizing or more? I've smoked a fair amount of weed in my lifetime, but each time I've tried edibles, I've been very disappointed by the high. It's not enjoyable at all, in fact I find myself getting a bit depressed. And it lasts too long. I've tried it 3 times before, and the second and third time I only did it hoping it'd get better, but it didn't. I don't think I'll try it again.

I can understand the need for these products because some people can't or don't want to smoke/vaporize. But I really didn't enjoy the high, and I was wondering if this was fairly common among those who like to smoke.

Agreed, I feel like someone has slipped me a mickey.


CSB regarding eating pot....

A friend once ate a lot of Dream Cheese (grind some shake, stir it in to some cream cheese, nuke it until it's bubbly)

He pretty much passed out, slept well and, went to work the next day and felt fine until lunchtime when his body started metabolizing fat... He realized he had been talking to someone for the last 10 minutes and had no idea what the conversation was about. Sudden stoned-as-hell syndrome.
 
2013-04-01 10:28:09 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: The My Little Pony Killer: super_grass: untaken_name: BlaqueKatt: untaken_name: We must immediately criminalize breast milk for "pot poisoning" babies, since it contains naturally-occurring THC. Similarly, we must arrest those babies for being pot addicts since they all have THC receptors in their brains.

um no
Mammals, including humans, produce endocannabinoids, which are THC-like compounds. These THC-like compounds include anandamide and 2-AG.

THC like=/=THC thank you for playing.

OregonVet: The kids will get over it.They won't die.

The cases studied at Children's included decreased levels of consciousness and breathing trouble. Children can also vomit from ingesting too much of a strong substance and aspirate the vomit.

because difficulty breathing isn't life threatening.

Cannabinoids are cannabinoids, man. Spin it how you want, if it weren't for those receptors you'd never learn how to eat.

Morphine is similar to dopamine, a naturally occurring chemical in the brain.  And from your reasoning, since it's naturally occurring, its synthetic counterpart cannot cause ill effect in any external dose.

So I urge you to prove him wrong by "overdosing" on morphine and show just how unharmed you are afterwards!

So between the THC in breast milk and the THC in cannabis, which one is the synthetic again?

The one that's closer to low-dose dopamines that occur naturally inside the body instead of high concentration opiates derived from poppies?

Remember: cyanide occurs naturally too.

Goal posts be all over the place in this biatch.

Yup, nothing wrong with a little naturalist fallacy.

It's taking it to its contradictory conclusion that's wrong.

*sigh*

/facepalm

What a well-thought rebuttal.

*presses add comment button*

Says the guy who can't keep up a single argument.


www.troll.me

I win.
 
2013-04-01 10:35:55 PM  

MayorOfJefferton: My secretary, Cheryl Tunt, calls them groovy bears.


What about you Ironsides, you rollin dirty?
 
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