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(Slate)   It's not selling marijuana in Colorado that will make you a bundle; no, it's selling real estate. It's selling snack food. It's anything that you can sell to people who are in a chemically altered state and ready to make bad decisions   (slate.com) divider line 8
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2014-01-23 10:32:58 AM
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Ker_Thwap: CMYK and PMS: People high on marijuana do not make bad decisions. They do not drive badly, They do not commit crimes.I leaned this all by reading Fark.

Every stoner I've chatted with on Fark has a non corporate, well paying, responsible job that is saving the planet, and is a well respected participant in the community as well.  This is the internet, so I totally believe them.

/The drunks at least admit how it's impacted their lives.



The drinks don't have a choice because the drinking effects everything and they can't be functional on alcohol. The "potheads" are at work right now (like me) snickering at the fact that there are still these ridiculous stereotypes floating around.
2014-01-23 10:01:45 AM
3 votes:
So, basically, the same way Denny's has been making money off of late-night drunks since forever ago?
2014-01-23 10:35:54 AM
2 votes:

Ker_Thwap: CMYK and PMS: People high on marijuana do not make bad decisions. They do not drive badly, They do not commit crimes.I leaned this all by reading Fark.

Every stoner I've chatted with on Fark has a non corporate, well paying, responsible job that is saving the planet, and is a well respected participant in the community as well.  This is the internet, so I totally believe them.

/The drunks at least admit how it's impacted their lives.


To be honest, the MS has impacted my life a whole lot more negatively than the occasional gummy.
2014-01-23 10:09:09 AM
2 votes:
People high on marijuana do not make bad decisions. They do not drive badly, They do not commit crimes.I leaned this all by reading Fark.
2014-01-23 12:39:17 PM
1 votes:

CMYK and PMS: Ker_Thwap: CMYK and PMS: People high on marijuana do not make bad decisions. They do not drive badly, They do not commit crimes.I leaned this all by reading Fark.

Every stoner I've chatted with on Fark has a non corporate, well paying, responsible job that is saving the planet, and is a well respected participant in the community as well.  This is the internet, so I totally believe them.

/The drunks at least admit how it's impacted their lives.

If you listen to the folks here it seems that pot really doesn't do anything to you. I can't figure out why they bother to smoke it.


That's because many of you don't appear to understand the difference between 'altered' and 'impaired.' You likely also have a rough time comprehending that different people react differently to things like marijuana or that different strains have been cultivated to provide different effects. (For example, there are many strains out there that try to minimize the lethargy that is common.)

The good news is that it's really easy to paint with broad strokes which probably provides some comfort to people that are frightened by things they don't understand very well.
2014-01-23 10:16:16 AM
1 votes:

groppet: So its like the old adage "mining the miners".


In a gold rush, sell shovels.
2014-01-23 10:08:39 AM
1 votes:
Money drives change. Prohibitionists are eventually going to lose out, and I look forward to it.

I don't even smoke anymore, and not having that be my agenda allows me to be more vocal in my support.

Republicans are about to get a genuine opportunity to prove whether they're really for "small government" or if it's just a lie.
2014-01-23 10:03:49 AM
1 votes:
DNRTFA

Louisiana is reportedly considering similar legalization legislation now in force in Colorado and soon in Washington State.

I more of a conservative type, but I have self-medicated for over 35 years with good pot.  I would be glad to add to the state coffers through the reasonable taxation of MJ.

Thanks to the hippies and liberals, this good idea is coming of age in my lifetime.
 
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