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(AZCentral)   God just bogarted from us a billionaire who was one of the most generous supporters of marijuana legalization efforts in the country. Plus he was the boss of Flo the Progressive Insurance Agent   (azcentral.com) divider line 76
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2013-11-30 06:35:19 AM  
Sad. Another life cut tragically short by smoking weed, one of the most addictive and deadly drugs on the face of the earth.

You sheeple need to watch Reefer Madness. Wake up.
 
2013-11-30 06:42:35 AM  
I'm so sorry that someone dying is primarily of interest to you because of how much money you're used to them giving you. Barely a single word of thanks, just biatching that sugar daddy isn't around any more.
 
2013-11-30 06:43:49 AM  

hardinparamedic: Sad. Another life cut tragically short by smoking weed, one of the most addictive and deadly drugs on the face of the earth.

You sheeple need to watch Reefer Madness. Wake up.


he injected too many marijuanas.  so sad.
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also, that anti marijuana lady in the article seemed like a real fun person to be around.
 
2013-11-30 06:58:09 AM  
Why couldn't it have been Flo?
 
2013-11-30 07:01:48 AM  
Even if I support their beliefs and causes, very rich people who try to influence the political process or government decisions make me very uneasy.  For every rich pothead or Warren Buffett (who, alas, still makes a lot of money off the backs of the workers whose taxes he points out are unfair) there are fifty assholes like the Koch brothers, who operate solely for their own sociopathic self-interest and see government policy as being just another service they can purchase, everyone else be damned.
 
2013-11-30 07:05:00 AM  
Did a GIS for Peter B. Lewis.  Guy looks like he smokes an ounce by himself for breakfast. Just kidding, quite respectable.
 
SH
2013-11-30 07:05:40 AM  

hardinparamedic: Sad. Another life cut tragically short by smoking weed, one of the most addictive and deadly drugs on the face of the earth.

You sheeple need to watch Reefer Madness. Wake up.


I certainly hope this is my sarcasm detector malfunctioning as my first cup of coffee is still brewing. I'll double check in a half hour.
 
2013-11-30 07:08:20 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Why couldn't it have been Flo?


I'd hit it like the fist of an angry God.

And I have no idea why.  I just think she'd be a great lay.
 
2013-11-30 07:16:42 AM  
Christine Link, executive director of the ACLU-Ohio, said "In the old days, who's out there arguing for marijuana are the people that wanted to light up a joint in church,"

Wait, what?
 
2013-11-30 07:26:39 AM  

SH: hardinparamedic: Sad. Another life cut tragically short by smoking weed, one of the most addictive and deadly drugs on the face of the earth.

You sheeple need to watch Reefer Madness. Wake up.

I certainly hope this is my sarcasm detector malfunctioning as my first cup of coffee is still brewing. I'll double check in a half hour.


If you're going to take that seriously, I have a lake in the Sahara I'll sell you cheap.
 
2013-11-30 07:27:22 AM  
I laughed, I cried, when little Mr. Geico died.

/MaryJane overdose. Tragic.
 
2013-11-30 07:27:53 AM  
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You're not the boss of me!
 
2013-11-30 07:28:53 AM  

hardinparamedic: Sad. Another life cut tragically short by smoking weed, one of the most addictive and deadly drugs on the face of the earth.

You sheeple need to watch Reefer Madness. Wake up.


I just watched it. OMG did you see the way marihuana made those teenagers dance? What about that shady piano player sneaking into the closet to smoke more reefers? Why was the dealer always hungry?
I think im going to go door to door around my neighborhood passing out flyers about how dangerous it is and get signatures on a petition that makes it illegal FOREVER...EVEN ON OTHER PLANETS.
 
2013-11-30 07:29:10 AM  
When I hear the word "billionaire" and "support", I immediately think "conspiracy", maaaan.
 
2013-11-30 07:29:20 AM  

Jesus Farking Christ: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Why couldn't it have been Flo?

I'd hit it like the fist of an angry God.

And I have no idea why.  I just think she'd be a great lay.


Indeed.
 
2013-11-30 07:30:49 AM  

Klom Dark: Christine Link, executive director of the ACLU-Ohio, said "In the old days, who's out there arguing for marijuana are the people that wanted to light up a joint in church,"

Wait, what?


She's high bro!

/I hope
//on dope
///like the pope
////on a rope
//soap
//wha?
 
2013-11-30 07:31:39 AM  

The Angry Hand of God: Jesus Farking Christ: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Why couldn't it have been Flo?

I'd hit it like the fist of an angry God.

And I have no idea why.  I just think she'd be a great lay.

Indeed.


I'd up her premium.
 
2013-11-30 07:33:16 AM  
Oh yea, Flo HAS some DSL's, no question.
 
2013-11-30 07:36:14 AM  

I was arrested in Texas with less than a gram of Marijuana.  24 hours in jail.  $1,000 fine.  $350 in court costs. In addition to those fees, 24 months probation and another $65 per month OR 12 months at $200 per month.

I've never been in trouble with the law before.  Completely clean record.

I have a tons o med bills from a neck injury I had last year about this time.
I also left Estes Park, Colorado because of the flooding. Spent the last of my money to move back to my home town where I hadn't lived in over 24 years to start anew with the family's business. It's been tough financially, so I started this.
Not a hand out. Putting up my photography as incentives.. which also make kickass gifts.

My fund raiser
 
2013-11-30 07:42:06 AM  
"I was arrested in Texas with less than a gram of Marijuana. 24 hours in jail. $1,000 fine. $350 in court costs. In addition to those fees, 24 months probation and another $65 per month OR 12 months at $200 per month.

I've never been in trouble with the law before. Completely clean record.
I have a tons o med bills from a neck injury I had last year about this time.
I also left Estes Park, Colorado because of the flooding. Spent the last of my money to move back to my home town where I hadn't lived in over 24 years to start anew with the family's business. It's been tough financially, so I started this.
Not a hand out. Putting up my photography as incentives.. which also make kickass gifts."

1.53/10, dude. Begging for bucks will besmirch your character.
 
2013-11-30 07:45:41 AM  

DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: "I was arrested in Texas with less than a gram of Marijuana. 24 hours in jail. $1,000 fine. $350 in court costs. In addition to those fees, 24 months probation and another $65 per month OR 12 months at $200 per month.

I've never been in trouble with the law before. Completely clean record.
I have a tons o med bills from a neck injury I had last year about this time.
I also left Estes Park, Colorado because of the flooding. Spent the last of my money to move back to my home town where I hadn't lived in over 24 years to start anew with the family's business. It's been tough financially, so I started this.
Not a hand out. Putting up my photography as incentives.. which also make kickass gifts."

1.53/10, dude. Begging for bucks will besmirch your character.


Begging?  I'm a photographer and for $15.00 you get a matted and mounted piece of art?  I'll beg you to share the link, but you do get more than your money's worth if you participate.
 
2013-11-30 07:46:31 AM  

DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: "I was arrested in Texas with less than a gram of Marijuana. 24 hours in jail. $1,000 fine. $350 in court costs. In addition to those fees, 24 months probation and another $65 per month OR 12 months at $200 per month.

I've never been in trouble with the law before. Completely clean record.
I have a tons o med bills from a neck injury I had last year about this time.
I also left Estes Park, Colorado because of the flooding. Spent the last of my money to move back to my home town where I hadn't lived in over 24 years to start anew with the family's business. It's been tough financially, so I started this.
Not a hand out. Putting up my photography as incentives.. which also make kickass gifts."

1.53/10, dude. Begging for bucks will besmirch your character.


She should sell weed. It's way more profitable.
 
2013-11-30 07:46:36 AM  
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Poster child #1 of the "You're not helping!" camp. This is what stoners actually believe.

/Fortunately, not every toker is so infatuated with their escape of choice.
//Still safer than alcohol.
 
2013-11-30 07:49:41 AM  

foxyshadis: [fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net image 458x584]

Poster child #1 of the "You're not helping!" camp. This is what stoners actually believe.

/Fortunately, not every toker is so infatuated with their escape of choice.
//Still safer than alcohol.


UH...

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Marijuana does not cure cancer. Highly purified, cannibidol-derived compounds have shown in-vitro efficacy in a lab setting against solid tumor cell cultures, but calling it a cancer "cure" is highly misleading, and dangerous - bordering on promoting false hope.

Also, I'm going to call [Citation Needed] On the "growing brain cells" bit.
 
2013-11-30 07:55:59 AM  

RockofAges: DrSansabeltNoShiatSlacks: "I was arrested in Texas with less than a gram of Marijuana. 24 hours in jail. $1,000 fine. $350 in court costs. In addition to those fees, 24 months probation and another $65 per month OR 12 months at $200 per month.

I've never been in trouble with the law before. Completely clean record.
I have a tons o med bills from a neck injury I had last year about this time.
I also left Estes Park, Colorado because of the flooding. Spent the last of my money to move back to my home town where I hadn't lived in over 24 years to start anew with the family's business. It's been tough financially, so I started this.
Not a hand out. Putting up my photography as incentives.. which also make kickass gifts."

1.53/10, dude. Begging for bucks will besmirch your character.

Don't really agree. Plus, it's a lady. People unjustly fined and arrested deserve more support than the "successful" LEOs that put them there. And believe me, cops get paid well enough.


I broke the law in that state, so yeah, I went to jail.  But, the same situation in Ohio, where I now live, would have worked out to no jail time, and a Max fine of $150.  You are absolutely right.. unjustly fined.
 
2013-11-30 07:57:46 AM  

hardinparamedic: foxyshadis: [fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net image 458x584]

Poster child #1 of the "You're not helping!" camp. This is what stoners actually believe.

/Fortunately, not every toker is so infatuated with their escape of choice.
//Still safer than alcohol.

UH...



Marijuana does not cure cancer. Highly purified, cannibidol-derived compounds have shown in-vitro efficacy in a lab setting against solid tumor cell cultures, but calling it a cancer "cure" is highly misleading, and dangerous - bordering on promoting false hope.

Also, I'm going to call [Citation Needed] On the "growing brain cells" bit.


While you're doing that, I'm gonna go ahead and call bullshiat on the non-addictive and anti-depressive properties of marijuana. Damn, that's a shiatty looking infographic now.
 
2013-11-30 08:00:34 AM  
So, we're at a Pot versus Alcohol versus Pills thread?

/grabbing popcorn and a beer.
 
2013-11-30 08:01:30 AM  

Jesus Farking Christ: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Why couldn't it have been Flo?

I'd hit it like the fist of an angry God.

And I have no idea why.  I just think she'd be a great lay.


If by "hit it" you mean with your truck, then I applaud your statement.  That biatch takes fugly to new levels. Just thinking about her has the same effect as an ice water plunge.  She could give a horny sailor an "inny."  She could be the poster girl for the abstinence movement.
 
2013-11-30 08:01:40 AM  

hardinparamedic: UH...

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Marijuana does not cure cancer. Highly purified, cannibidol-derived compounds have shown in-vitro efficacy in a lab setting against solid tumor cell cultures, but calling it a cancer "cure" is highly misleading, and dangerous - bordering on promoting false hope.

Also, I'm going to call [Citation Needed] On the "growing brain cells" bit.


It's a WONDERFULLY effective pallative against the horrifying side effects of chemotherapy. That's a far cry from curing cancer, obviously.

Non-addictive and No OD were the other stats I took issue with. I've met plenty of potheads who had to have their toke every few hours, and went paranoid and stressed out when they had to go clean for a week. I've personally OD'd on pot -- OD is not the same as LD50. A sativa OD will give you a very, very bad high.

Along with marijuana being a "non-depressant"; biologically, they're both nervous system depressants, while emotionally, they both make people happy and talkative far more than they make anyone sad.
 
2013-11-30 08:03:20 AM  
Psssst!  Hey Buddy - you want to buy some reefer?

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2013-11-30 08:04:53 AM  
"George Zimmer of Men's Warehouse." Do they carry guns now? Had to say it. And if we are doing fundraisers, I've been ran out of a career by the cops in 2008 and lost everything I had over them blackmailing my boss because one didn't like me. I'm still poor and live in a 70s dodge RV but hey, at least I moved TO Colorado, where I wont get arrested for a gram of weed. You didn't have to leave because Estes Park flooded, there's motorhomes all over craigslist and lots for like $450. I love this state and will never leave unless you know I have to flee the country or something.
 
2013-11-30 08:09:21 AM  
"My mistake here. Surprisingly, I'm 100% sober for this boo boo!"

Oh, I doubt that. And if so, therein lies your problem.
 
2013-11-30 08:10:37 AM  

RockofAges: SJKebab: hardinparamedic: foxyshadis: [fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net image 458x584]

Poster child #1 of the "You're not helping!" camp. This is what stoners actually believe.

/Fortunately, not every toker is so infatuated with their escape of choice.
//Still safer than alcohol.

UH...

Marijuana does not cure cancer. Highly purified, cannibidol-derived compounds have shown in-vitro efficacy in a lab setting against solid tumor cell cultures, but calling it a cancer "cure" is highly misleading, and dangerous - bordering on promoting false hope.

Also, I'm going to call [Citation Needed] On the "growing brain cells" bit.

While you're doing that, I'm gonna go ahead and call bullshiat on the non-addictive and anti-depressive properties of marijuana. Damn, that's a shiatty looking infographic now.

Lots of anecdotal animus in this thread, I see.

It's pretty obvious who here has actually seen drug addiction vs. who here has seen a few stoners get pissy about running out of weed and getting a little "down" or "angry".

Hint: The same reaction as when gamers don't get the latest and greatest, or when fatties don't have enough money for a burger. Definitely way less angry than caffeine addicts (suffering a headache because they haven't gotten their morning dose) stuck in the line at Timmies (or Dunkin, or whatever).


It's not a potentially lethal withdrawal like heroin or alcohol, but there is a real addiction there. Don't call it non-addictive. In return, I won't call bullshiat.
 
2013-11-30 08:11:56 AM  
So wait, fark loves insurance executives now if they support reefer?
 
2013-11-30 08:20:56 AM  

RockofAges: sorry, LD50 -> LSD on this cheap tablet. My mistake here. Surprisingly, I'm 100% sober for this boo boo!


No worries. I had enough after one bad night that I was up all night, unable to remember who I was or retain short-term memories for about 3-4 hours. I was both intensely paranoid and certain I was dying or completely insane, despite being in bed with my girlfriend in about the safest possible place I could be. At one point I was sure that if I didn't keep consciously breathing my lungs would collapse and I'd be a goner. Hallucinations did occur for a short time, but strictly of the geometrical pattern variety, almost certainly due to increased sensitivity to aqueous humour movements. This was straight sativa, nothing else.

It's not a life-threatening OD at all, but I'd still call that an OD. It farked with me in a way that I didn't light up for a year after that. My GF was just pissed because she had to wake up early for work the next day.
 
2013-11-30 08:23:52 AM  

RockofAges: SJKebab: RockofAges: SJKebab: hardinparamedic: foxyshadis: [fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net image 458x584]

Poster child #1 of the "You're not helping!" camp. This is what stoners actually believe.

/Fortunately, not every toker is so infatuated with their escape of choice.
//Still safer than alcohol.

UH...

Marijuana does not cure cancer. Highly purified, cannibidol-derived compounds have shown in-vitro efficacy in a lab setting against solid tumor cell cultures, but calling it a cancer "cure" is highly misleading, and dangerous - bordering on promoting false hope.

Also, I'm going to call [Citation Needed] On the "growing brain cells" bit.

While you're doing that, I'm gonna go ahead and call bullshiat on the non-addictive and anti-depressive properties of marijuana. Damn, that's a shiatty looking infographic now.

Lots of anecdotal animus in this thread, I see.

It's pretty obvious who here has actually seen drug addiction vs. who here has seen a few stoners get pissy about running out of weed and getting a little "down" or "angry".

Hint: The same reaction as when gamers don't get the latest and greatest, or when fatties don't have enough money for a burger. Definitely way less angry than caffeine addicts (suffering a headache because they haven't gotten their morning dose) stuck in the line at Timmies (or Dunkin, or whatever).

It's not a potentially lethal withdrawal like heroin or alcohol, but there is a real addiction there. Don't call it non-addictive. In return, I won't call bullshiat.

I don't care what you call, because I have much more research (empirical and academic) under my belt on this subject. Any substance CAN be addictive, on a continuum. Sugar is extremely addictive. Look around you at your nation of fatasses sometime. More people are addicted to fast food and coffee than cannabis, and it's unhealthier by far than cannabis.

It's just that weed gets singled out because of ignorance, moralism, and contemporary sensationalism. So yes, it can be psychologically addictive, the same as sex, or any personal compulsion really. You obviously have never seen addiction if you think this qualifies as a "serious case".


You've shifted the goalposts sunshine. I never said anything about "serious cases". I took issue with marijuana being labelled as "non-addictive".

/I wish I could just quote the relevant part of the post rather than quoting everything while using my mobile phone.
 
2013-11-30 08:29:24 AM  

RockofAges: A) Many people self-medicate for a slew of mental health issues with cannabis. It usually works fairly well (much better than pills), but when it's gone, it's gone. Obviously anxiety results. Given that I would argue that most of your citizen ARE encountering mental health issues (from anxiety to depression to firmer territory), this is not surprising. People also use alcohol, prescription pills, etc, but cannabis is the safest and most popular of the "street" drugs used for this purpose. Your friends are likely people who suffer neurosis of some sort. Just like most people.


As a serious undiagnosed alcoholic, like most of Fark, I understand completely. I don't look down on addicts. But it is what it is, weed is still an addictive drug because it makes you feel much better when you're on it than when you're not, and lots of people use it as their crutch to keep from facing their demons sober. Addiction is when someone's panicky and desperate to keep from losing their supply.

Alcohol, caffeine, heroin, cocaine, and meth just double down on that by farking you up so much worse than you were before you started. They're basically addictive and abusive.

If you have a choice, vaporize weed or munch edibles, don't start drinking hard. It doesn't end well. Weed has a much gentler detox.
 
2013-11-30 08:31:28 AM  

RockofAges: It's just that weed gets singled out because of ignorance, moralism, and contemporary sensationalism. So yes, it can be psychologically addictive, the same as sex, or any personal compulsion really. You obviously have never seen addiction if you think this qualifies as a "serious case".


I agree 100%, stoners can say "I CAN QUIT ANYTIME I WANT!!!!!" BS. I know a few stoners around here, I tried to smoke weed but I am highly allergic to it and end up nothing but coughing. One of the reasons I took it because a few dumbass stoners said it would help "Pain". I have cluster headaches, its one of the nastiest diseases I've ever came across, and a few times when I was going through a headache I tried to smoke weed - this only drove the headaches worse.. So yeah it don't exactly help pain one damn bit.

As far as the stoners say they can quit anytime they want, sure if they smoke in moderations, I know a stoner who right now smokes twice a day - at least a bowl - and she is dumb as a box of rocks when she is high - on top of that she claims it doesn't give her the munchies but her ass eats Micky D's 3-4 times a week and its always after she tokes up, she claims it helps with depression and everything else, guess what? Alcohol is another addictive substance that does the same thing.

From what I see everytime she gets depressed it comes down to the same thing - she finds something to "self medicate" to cure herself, unfortunate food and weed is not going to help but in the long run hurt. I suffered from depression since I was born and time and time of going to the doctors nobody will prescribe anything to me because I am "mentally and physically" sound. I tried weed when I was depressed, it don't do a farking thing but get you buzzed. Now I am no expert, I only smoked a few times up till I was 18 and haven't touched the crap since.

I guess Stoners will believe what they want, "IT CURES!!!" - yeah in your mind it might, otherwise it doesn't do a farking thing in the end - no better then alcohol, eating or sleeping. I am willing to bet if she had access to prescription pain medications - she would say the same thing "They help".
I was hooked on vicoden for a while under the false pretense it would help my headaches - when I left the military I ended up with a massive depression and sleep loss state - this is what brought my headaches out and damn near killed me - but reality was I quit the vicoden and drinking, started eating healthy and exercising daily (I left the military at 170lbs and bloomed to 240lbs last year on alcohol and everything else) I just now trimmed down to 210lbs from the nature walks - my sleep habit returned to 8 hours a day, so far not one headache in over a year.
I contribute my self to pulling my dumbass self out of a hell hole I dug myself into, to me weed and alcohol did more harm to my body then anything else.
 
2013-11-30 08:37:53 AM  
RockofAges: Send me an email please . EIP. I want some elaboration...
 
2013-11-30 08:39:29 AM  

RockofAges: Some people shouldn't smoke, or at least, should be much more cautious about it. Heck, nobody advocates that everyone enjoy cannabis. Some people just shouldn't do it.

I guess I'm not trying to be negative about this but really, this sounds tamer than most people's heavy drunks / hangovers -- mostly personal paranoia and anxiety but no real danger. Maybe recreational drugs are just too intense for you personally?


Well, that wasn't my first time at all. I ranged from a few times a month to a few times a week before that. But I went far, far over when I'd ever done before, and that's what I mean by an OD -- terrible days and easy access are not a good combination. I didn't have any nausea, though. Even my aging lifelong stoner coworker has tales of really bad highs. I'm glad you've always moderated your intake and never had a negative experience, but they do happen.

To put it in perspective, I've been nasty drunk and puking all night a few times. That sucks, but it's a body fark, not a brain fark. I also know that people die that drunk, so I'm not going to say I'm everyone.

I've also gone overboard on indica, though not as far. If I hadn't encountered a bad situation after that, I'd have probably just slept it off immediately and been none the wiser the next day, as it was, it just made me mildly more fearful than I'd normally be. It's obviously the way to go if you're going to try to OD on pot.
 
2013-11-30 08:45:18 AM  

RockofAges: Couldn't disagree more. If you are an alcoholic, try stopping drinking. THAT'S addiction. As I stated earlier, personal problems and bandages to cover them ISN'T addiction. The physical / chemical dependency that YOUR BODY forms with the substance is what we mean when we say "physically addictive".

Now, "psychologically addictive" -- that's literally ANYTHING. Some people fark anything that moves while depressed. Is that healthier? Probably not, actually.... especially not with the latest numbers on STIs.


I never said it was physically addictive. Addiction covers both, and it's just wrong to consider weed non-addictive. Most addiction is mental, and isn't the fault of the drug of choice, but that doesn't change the fact that something is addictive.

I did quit drinking for a while, when I got with a girl. It wasn't so bad, I didn't have the DTs, in fact a week of swapping in coffee for the usual tea did the trick. Alcohol isn't automatically physically addictive either, it takes decades of extreme abuse to become more than psychological.
 
2013-11-30 08:47:14 AM  

RockofAges: I've probably gotten drunk and puking hundreds of times. Again, Newfoundland life is a lot harsher / drunkier than most places on Earth. Think Trailer Park Boys as reality.

There's nothing even remotely similar for cannabis. Nothing. Particularly for acclimated users. First time drinkers who "OD" on alcohol to a high degree have a high chance of death. I'm not sure what the stats are but at least hundreds (probably thousands) per year in Canada alone.

Basically, if you had mental discipline to wrangle your anxiety, even high, that's not an issue. Trust me, I've been nearby. However, on booze, no amount of "discipline" is going to keep you from literally suffering, feeling CLOSE TO DEATH, for up to 12-24 hours of constant agony.

An excellent way to draw distinction between psychological effects and physical dependency.


I have no idea what this has to do with your assertion that it's impossible to OD on cannabis/THC, which is what I was responding to.
 
2013-11-30 08:58:23 AM  

RockofAges: It's also pretty good at killing cancerous cells. It may not represent anything like a cure, but it's more than just a "hey, it lets you eat". It likely helps in additional ways -- studies keep popping up reinforcing this. You may want to re-review the current science.


Killing cancer cells in a dish using highly concentrated, and purified forms of cannabidol is not the same as killing cancer cells in the human body, let alone in the methods commonly used by medical marijuana patients.

The only benefit from medical marijuana is to pallate the symptoms of chemotherapy and as an adjunct in pain control currently.
 
2013-11-30 08:59:09 AM  
FTFA: Lewis, chairman of Progressive Insurance, died Saturday at age 80. Since the 1980s, he had donated an estimated $40 million to $60 million to marijuana law reform - including underwriting ballot campaigns, research, political polling and legal defense efforts.

So, per Fark, unlimited cash in politics for conservative causes "Boo! burn the rich people at the stake! Death is too good for the 1%!"
Unlimited cash for Fark causes, "we lost a great man this day. He was Gandhi, JFK, Mother Teresa, and Jesus rolled into one".

/Your hypocrisy is showing Fark.
 
2013-11-30 09:02:29 AM  

dryknife: Psssst!  Hey Buddy - you want to buy some reefer?

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Psssst!  Hey Buddy - you want to  party?

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2013-11-30 09:04:37 AM  

RockofAges: You can become an alcoholic (physical dependency) in a matter of months, up to a year. It certainly does NOT take "decades".

Alcoholism can also have a genetic component. Some "races" (ethnic backgrounds) such as Native Persons are genetically vulnerable to alcohol. Some genelines, I have heard, cannot physically tolerate alcohol.


You can also become a pothead in that long. So what? Doesn't mean physical dependency's set in, it can be a psychological escape all along.

RockofAges: Alcohol creates a chemical dependency on alcohol with your body. It is a proven and obvious medical reality. Neurotic individuals who run out of pot and get cranky or anxious does not equate with the massive wall of sickness and death engendered by alcoholism.


The two hardcore pothead friends I know are much, much worse off of it than they ever were before. Are they self-medicating more to cover up deepening problems? Is that even a good thing? Have they just lost the skills to cope with daily stress without their crutch? Or is it a physical, neurological bounce-back reaction no different from coming off of a long-term alcohol high? Is there any way to even measure the difference between them without an autopsy?
 
2013-11-30 09:06:44 AM  
I showed up looking for Flo pictures. I'm very disappointed. I bet she's a wildcat in the sack.
 
2013-11-30 09:25:53 AM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: I showed up looking for Flo pictures. I'm very disappointed. I bet she's a wildcat in the sack.


I, too, was hoping for more Flo.  Maybe there's a Rule 34 cartoon of her just wearing her apron somewhere....
 
2013-11-30 09:40:17 AM  

foxyshadis: I've personally OD'd on pot


Count yourself lucky to be alive.

i.imgur.com
 
2013-11-30 09:47:03 AM  

FriarReb98: Mid_mo_mad_man: I showed up looking for Flo pictures. I'm very disappointed. I bet she's a wildcat in the sack.

I, too, was hoping for more Flo.  Maybe there's a Rule 34 cartoon of her just wearing her apron somewhere....




She's the only women I would cheat on my wife with. She's seems like a sweetheart. Plus she's packing a nice rack.
 
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