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2020-05-19 9:00:34 AM  
The same general area as the Demon Burning guy?

/ and we make fun of Florida Man
 
2020-05-19 9:52:31 AM  
A Mount Holly Springs Borough man is facing charges after allegedly admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana and raping a woman.

Probably should have put that in the reverse order and said "after allegedly raping a woman and admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana" as the way you put it makes it seem like the toddler might have been raping the woman.
 
2020-05-19 11:46:11 AM  
well, thats just like your opinion, man.
 
2020-05-19 11:47:36 AM  
Man, when I burn one down I feel like it puts me ON the spectrum.  Sounds like this kid is smoking ditch weed.
 
2020-05-19 11:47:55 AM  
Ah, what a glorious education system we have. No adult left behind.
 
2020-05-19 11:48:20 AM  

Walker: A Mount Holly Springs Borough man is facing charges after allegedly admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana and raping a woman.

Probably should have put that in the reverse order and said "after allegedly raping a woman and admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana" as the way you put it makes it seem like the toddler might have been raping the woman.


Yeah....but you know, priorities or something.
 
2020-05-19 11:50:57 AM  

Dewey Fidalgo: Walker: A Mount Holly Springs Borough man is facing charges after allegedly admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana and raping a woman.

Probably should have put that in the reverse order and said "after allegedly raping a woman and admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana" as the way you put it makes it seem like the toddler might have been raping the woman.

Yeah....but you know, priorities or something.


That's a hell of a priority for a toddler.
 
2020-05-19 11:51:37 AM  
He rose on Easter Sunday.
 
2020-05-19 11:53:01 AM  
Just feed said toddler plenty of fish tacos & pizza also

Gonna make a great surfer.
 
2020-05-19 11:53:27 AM  
Welp, a lot of people say it will, so....
 
2020-05-19 11:54:05 AM  
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2020-05-19 11:54:16 AM  
Won't hurt
 
2020-05-19 11:55:32 AM  
Why the hell do they point "including Easter Sunday" like rapists take a holiday or something or they are Christ-like?

Now, "including Flag Day" would be interesting.
 
2020-05-19 11:56:26 AM  
Your headline is conclusive evidence that you are a bigoted anti-cannabis Reefer Madness prohibitionist, submitter.
 
2020-05-19 11:58:43 AM  
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2020-05-19 12:06:53 PM  
I think that headline is the very definition of burying the lede.

I am sure someone will correct me.
 
2020-05-19 12:14:39 PM  
Try toilet water.  It works on plants!
 
2020-05-19 12:16:50 PM  

johnphantom: Dewey Fidalgo: Walker: A Mount Holly Springs Borough man is facing charges after allegedly admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana and raping a woman.

Probably should have put that in the reverse order and said "after allegedly raping a woman and admitting to teaching a toddler to smoke marijuana" as the way you put it makes it seem like the toddler might have been raping the woman.

Yeah....but you know, priorities or something.

That's a hell of a priority for a toddler.


I'm sure the raped woman will just get over it.
 
2020-05-19 12:21:07 PM  
Giving marijuanas to a child is totes bad, but lets gloss over the fact the he farking raped a woman.

Nah, the story here is totes the devils lettuce.
 
2020-05-19 12:26:43 PM  

The Flexecutioner: Ah, what a glorious education system we have. No adult left behind.



You talking the writer of that "article".

fark me, way to do research and explain what happened.
 
2020-05-19 12:37:55 PM  
Technically it can help. 

The THC doesnt but the CBD does... MJ has both 

Probably be better off just using the CBD and not give your kid the munchies 

https://www.healthline.com/health-new​s​/parents-using-cbd-to-treat-kids-with-​autism
 
2020-05-19 1:14:15 PM  
Great! Now, not only does the kid have Autism, but is hooked on the Marijuana to boot.
 
2020-05-19 1:23:15 PM  
Jesus...the weed before the rape.
 
2020-05-19 1:27:21 PM  
I draw the line at teaching toddlers to rape women, but as far as I know, there's not any data to support or disprove the autism stuff.

Oh wait, there is.
 
2020-05-19 1:47:20 PM  

geggam: Technically it can help. 

The THC doesnt but the CBD does... MJ has both 

Probably be better off just using the CBD and not give your kid the munchies 

https://www.healthline.com/health-news​/parents-using-cbd-to-treat-kids-with-​autism


Yeah, around here there's a huge market for CBD minus the THC. The slogan is "Get help, not high." They sell some products in grocery stores now. What a world.
 
2020-05-19 2:20:46 PM  

Combustion: geggam: Technically it can help. 

The THC doesnt but the CBD does... MJ has both 

Probably be better off just using the CBD and not give your kid the munchies 

https://www.healthline.com/health-news​/parents-using-cbd-to-treat-kids-with-​autism

Yeah, around here there's a huge market for CBD minus the THC. The slogan is "Get help, not high." They sell some products in grocery stores now. What a world.


I trust that grocery store shiat about as far as an anvil can leap, but yeah, cbd does help.
 
2020-05-19 2:27:22 PM  

knobmaker: I draw the line at teaching toddlers to rape women, but as far as I know, there's not any data to support or disprove the autism stuff.

Oh wait, there is.



"To date, there is limited research, and no evidence, on the potential short-term, long-term or  neurodevelopmental risks and benefits of medical marijuana or its related compounds in ASD."

https://autismsciencefoundation.org/w​h​at-is-autism/statement-on-use-of-medic​al-marijuana-for-people-with-autism/

I suspect that it's not a particularly good idea to engage in original research on this subject at home at this stage of the scientific inquiry, and that it's a particularly bad idea to engage in such research with a three year old patient, this notwithstanding the fact that marijuana is a known cure for dozens of maladies, as I have learned on Fark.
 
2020-05-19 2:48:43 PM  

tirob: knobmaker: I draw the line at teaching toddlers to rape women, but as far as I know, there's not any data to support or disprove the autism stuff.

Oh wait, there is.


"To date, there is limited research, and no evidence, on the potential short-term, long-term or  neurodevelopmental risks and benefits of medical marijuana or its related compounds in ASD."

https://autismsciencefoundation.org/wh​at-is-autism/statement-on-use-of-medic​al-marijuana-for-people-with-autism/

I suspect that it's not a particularly good idea to engage in original research on this subject at home at this stage of the scientific inquiry, and that it's a particularly bad idea to engage in such research with a three year old patient, this notwithstanding the fact that marijuana is a known cure for dozens of maladies, as I have learned on Fark.


Big deal. I'm sure I can post a 100 stories about kids overdosing on opioids, some of whom died, unlike with marijuana.

Go away with your boogieman stories.
 
2020-05-19 2:50:52 PM  

tirob: knobmaker: I draw the line at teaching toddlers to rape women, but as far as I know, there's not any data to support or disprove the autism stuff.

Oh wait, there is.


"To date, there is limited research, and no evidence, on the potential short-term, long-term or  neurodevelopmental risks and benefits of medical marijuana or its related compounds in ASD."

https://autismsciencefoundation.org/wh​at-is-autism/statement-on-use-of-medic​al-marijuana-for-people-with-autism/

I suspect that it's not a particularly good idea to engage in original research on this subject at home at this stage of the scientific inquiry, and that it's a particularly bad idea to engage in such research with a three year old patient, this notwithstanding the fact that marijuana is a known cure for dozens of maladies, as I have learned on Fark.


I suspect its discouraged to find remedies you can grow in your backyard. 

You should go hang around some autistic kids...then hang around them when they take CBD. 

The entire ecosystem used to have CBD in it and the human body has a specific set of receptors for them. Newly discovered cute little endocannabanoid system

Funny isnt it... the cotton grower lobby killed hemp and now we see the long term side affects... 

Start researching it ... its really interesting
 
2020-05-19 3:10:13 PM  
johnphantom:

Big deal. I'm sure I can post a 100 stories about kids overdosing on opioids, some of whom died, unlike with marijuana.

Go away with your boogieman stories.


I'm sure you can, too.  That still doesn't make weed an effective treatment for autism, nor does it make giving weed to a three year old a good idea.

And my previous post wasn't "a boogeyman story."  It was a summary of the state of the science on the subject of using weed to treat autism.

Learn to read.  It will make your life more rewarding.

geggam:

I suspect its discouraged to find remedies you can grow in your backyard.

Oh please spare the the "it's natural, man" argument; I've heard it a million times.  You can grow poison ivy in your backyard too.  It doesn't mean you should give it to a kid.

geggam:

You should go hang around some autistic kids...then hang around them when they take CBD.

The parent referred to in TFA didn't give his kid CBD.  He gave his kid weed.  Don't confuse a part with the whole.
 
2020-05-19 3:24:00 PM  

tirob: The parent referred to in TFA didn't give his kid CBD.  He gave his kid weed.  Don't confuse a part with the whole.


so ? 

parents give their kids sugar and the side affects of that drug is much worse 

The time to hate weed is over... get with the modern times dude... might relax you a bit too
 
2020-05-19 3:26:35 PM  

tirob: Learn to read.  It will make your life more rewarding.


I don't bother to read your shiat anymore.

tirob: I'm sure you can, too.  That still doesn't make weed an effective treatment for autism, nor does it make giving weed to a three year old a good idea.


And you are a hypocrite when even babies drink the much more harmful and much more available alcohol. How many kids have become addicted to that truly addictive substance, which is even worse than heroin?
 
2020-05-19 4:11:39 PM  
Most of the negative behaviors you associate with "autism" can be explained as coping mechanisms developed by children with no escape from a world that wasn't designed for them. That is extremely stressful. If a little CBD helps a toddler get on top of some of that stress so they can investigate the world and learn with less pain, I'm not gonna scream about addiction. We don't do that when a kid needs an inhaler or glasses or allergy meds to go out and live their best life.

But given that the jackass here also admits to hurting the toddler and raping the mother, I don't think we are looking a sincere desire to help the child by a caregiver responsive to their needs. We have someone hoping some drugs will make an inconvenient nuisance shut up, because a screaming child makes it harder to rape and abuse undetected. He could've picked cough syrup or benadryl or liquor any number of over-the-counter remedies to "help" the child. This kid doesn't even have to be autistic, just upset that someone is raping their mother.

This is not a point against medical marijuana or even its use by children. It's nothing to do with medical marijuana at all, because this is not a medical use. We wouldn't say it's time to outlaw Robitussin because someone used it to knock out a kid and rape the mom. We would instead prosecute the person who did that for child abuse and endangerment, and for rape - no matter how much they insist they heard the child cough.
 
2020-05-19 4:20:22 PM  

geggam: tirob: The parent referred to in TFA didn't give his kid CBD.  He gave his kid weed.  Don't confuse a part with the whole.

so ? 

parents give their kids sugar and the side affects of that drug is much worse


Really?  According to whom?

geggam: The time to hate weed is over... get with the modern times dude... might relax you a bit too


I've used it.  And one of the major reasons that I hate it is that I'm familiar with its effects.

johnphantom:

And you are a hypocrite when even babies drink the much more harmful and much more available alcohol. How many kids have become addicted to that truly addictive substance, which is even worse than heroin?

It's true that some kids drink, and it's true that some kids become addicted to alcohol, although I don't know the numbers.  Neither of those facts makes it advisable to give weed to a three year old.

Alcohol is worse than heroin?  Really?  According to whom?
 
2020-05-19 4:37:09 PM  

DoBeDoBeLurk: . We wouldn't say it's time to outlaw Robitussin because someone used it to knock out a kid and rape the mom


We would say, however, that we should never under any circumstances give Robitussin (or any DXM-based cough medicine) to a kid under twelve.
 
2020-05-19 4:52:49 PM  

tirob: parents give their kids sugar and the side affects of that drug is much worse


Really?  According to whom?


Simple comparisons of the usage and applying common sense...sugar is well known to kill people ... pot not so much

Does pot have side affects... sure... worse than diabeetus obesity and cardiiovascular disease ? .. show me proof


https://www.health.harvard.edu/heart-​h​ealth/the-sweet-danger-of-sugar


Over the course of the 15-year study, people who got 17% to 21% of their calories from added sugar had a 38% higher risk of dying from cardiovascular disease compared with those who consumed 8% of their calories as added sugar.
 
2020-05-19 5:02:43 PM  

tirob: knobmaker: I draw the line at teaching toddlers to rape women, but as far as I know, there's not any data to support or disprove the autism stuff.

Oh wait, there is.


"To date, there is limited research, and no evidence, on the potential short-term, long-term or  neurodevelopmental risks and benefits of medical marijuana or its related compounds in ASD."

https://autismsciencefoundation.org/wh​at-is-autism/statement-on-use-of-medic​al-marijuana-for-people-with-autism/

I suspect that it's not a particularly good idea to engage in original research on this subject at home at this stage of the scientific inquiry, and that it's a particularly bad idea to engage in such research with a three year old patient, this notwithstanding the fact that marijuana is a known cure for dozens of maladies, as I have learned on Fark.


I suspect that the reason for the bolded part, is because the gov has pot as a schedule 1 narcotic; with no known medical purposes and is considered less addictive and destructive than cocaine and other opiates.

Wonder why the gov is so keen to keep it that way.

But in fairness, they were incorrect about TCH and benefits towards many neurological problems, such as seizures and Parkinsons.

But the real way forward, is to keep making fun of hippies and their Patchouli.

Ask anyone who has tried RSO if it helps them or not and you're likely to not get them to shut up about it.
 
2020-05-19 5:36:41 PM  

tirob: DoBeDoBeLurk: . We wouldn't say it's time to outlaw Robitussin because someone used it to knock out a kid and rape the mom

We would say, however, that we should never under any circumstances give Robitussin (or any DXM-based cough medicine) to a kid under twelve.


"We" are not the FDA.

The FDA doesn't recommend over-the-counter (OTC) medicines for cough and cold symptoms in children younger than 2 years old.

"We" have added a decade and neglected to mention that OTC medicines may be used in children, even very young children, with the advice of a doctor. Because that's how medicine works. Not like trying to knock out a child so you can commit a felony.
 
2020-05-19 5:39:16 PM  

geggam: tirob: parents give their kids sugar and the side affects of that drug is much worse


Really? According to whom?

Simple comparisons of the usage and applying common sense...


Comparisons made by whom?  Where?

geggam: Does pot have side affects... sure... worse than diabeetus obesity and cardiiovascular disease ? .. show me proof


Incontrovertible proof doesn't exist, but scientists have noticed strong correlations between long term weed use and stroke (think Jack Herer) and cancer of the privates (think Tommy Chong), among other maladies.

Worse?  No.  As bad?  Maybe.

brizzle365: tirob: knobmaker: I draw the line at teaching toddlers to rape women, but as far as I know, there's not any data to support or disprove the autism stuff.

Oh wait, there is.


"To date, there is limited research, and no evidence, on the potential short-term, long-term or neurodevelopmental risks and benefits of medical marijuana or its related compounds in ASD."

I suspect that the reason for the bolded part, is because the gov has pot as a schedule 1 narcotic; with no known medical purposes


Even if what you suspect is true, or partly true, it doesn't mean that research on possible medical applications for cannabinoids doesn't go on in other countries where the laws are different (e.g. Canada, Israel, the Netherlands).  Researchers in those places, and elsewhere, can't seem to come up with very much that is concrete in the way of evidence that suggests that cannabinoids may be useful in dealing with ASD.

Just about all the evidence that cannabinoids are helpful in treating ASD that has surfaced to date is anecdotal.  I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for any major medical breakthroughs on the subject anytime soon.

brizzle365:

But in fairness, they were incorrect about TCH and benefits towards many neurological problems, such as seizures and Parkinsons.

I take it that you mean THC.  No question that medical cannabinoids can palliate some kinds of seizures.  We don't know yet whether they can palliate Parkinson's disease, althought there is anecdotal evidence that they help some patients.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti​c​les/PMC6450681/

brizzle365: Ask anyone who has tried RSO if it helps them or not and you're likely to not get them to shut up about it.


Why?  Because the stuff is useful as a household lubricant?
 
2020-05-19 6:17:09 PM  

DoBeDoBeLurk: tirob: DoBeDoBeLurk: . We wouldn't say it's time to outlaw Robitussin because someone used it to knock out a kid and rape the mom

We would say, however, that we should never under any circumstances give Robitussin (or any DXM-based cough medicine) to a kid under twelve.

"We" are not the FDA.

The FDA doesn't recommend over-the-counter (OTC) medicines for cough and cold symptoms in children younger than 2 years old.

"We" have added a decade and neglected to mention that OTC medicines may be used in children, even very young children, with the advice of a doctor. Because that's how medicine works. Not like trying to knock out a child so you can commit a felony.


It may be safe to give some OTC cough medicines to kids under some circumstances, but according to this source, "Dextromethorphan [DXM, the active ingredient in Robitussin] should not be given to a child younger than 12 years old."

https://www.mottchildren.org/health-l​i​brary/d00207a1

Pick up a bottle of any DXM-based cough medicine the next time you're at the drugstore and you'll see the same instruction on the label.
 
2020-05-19 6:23:31 PM  

tirob: Alcohol is worse than heroin?  Really?  According to whom?


From something you don't like, statistics. More people die of alcohol than heroin. Also, you can die coming off alcohol, you can't coming off heroin.

Go away moron.
 
2020-05-19 6:31:40 PM  

johnphantom: tirob: Alcohol is worse than heroin?  Really?  According to whom?

From something you don't like, statistics. More people die of alcohol than heroin.


More people consume alcohol than use heroin, too.  The ~99 2/3 percent of the people in this country who don't use heroin are immune to the harm heroin causes.

Hey, I can do original research, too!  Isn't that cool?  Now find me a comparative study that backs up your assertion.
 
2020-05-19 6:50:27 PM  

tirob: DoBeDoBeLurk: tirob: DoBeDoBeLurk: . We wouldn't say it's time to outlaw Robitussin because someone used it to knock out a kid and rape the mom

We would say, however, that we should never under any circumstances give Robitussin (or any DXM-based cough medicine) to a kid under twelve.

"We" are not the FDA.

The FDA doesn't recommend over-the-counter (OTC) medicines for cough and cold symptoms in children younger than 2 years old.

"We" have added a decade and neglected to mention that OTC medicines may be used in children, even very young children, with the advice of a doctor. Because that's how medicine works. Not like trying to knock out a child so you can commit a felony.

It may be safe to give some OTC cough medicines to kids under some circumstances, but according to this source, "Dextromethorphan [DXM, the active ingredient in Robitussin] should not be given to a child younger than 12 years old."

https://www.mottchildren.org/health-li​brary/d00207a1

Pick up a bottle of any DXM-based cough medicine the next time you're at the drugstore and you'll see the same instruction on the label.


We can keep talking about recommended use of DXM (even your link says to ask a doctor) as if that is applicable to all OTC medications for children and means that cannabinoids work the same way, but the fact is that the FDA and others are not making recommendations based on abusive adults using drugs to knock out children. That is a separate issue.

For example, Epidolex was FDA approved for the control of epilepsy in children as young as two. A rapist could also try to give some CBD to a child to shut them up, but that is not an appropriate use and would be a matter for the police. Like giving a child a shot of vodka or a handful of antihistamines or some rat poison - all available at your local grocery store. Antihistamines don't become un-medicine because they're on a long list of items you could use them to drug a toddler.

We don't yoink even extremely dangerous products off the market because an adult could use them to hurt a child. We make hurting a child illegal and prosecute people who do it. Like this asshole. This is nothing to do with medical marijuana or treatment for autism.
 
2020-05-19 6:57:36 PM  

tirob: johnphantom: tirob: Alcohol is worse than heroin?  Really?  According to whom?

From something you don't like, statistics. More people die of alcohol than heroin.

More people consume alcohol than use heroin, too.  The ~99 2/3 percent of the people in this country who don't use heroin are immune to the harm heroin causes.

Hey, I can do original research, too!  Isn't that cool?  Now find me a comparative study that backs up your assertion.


Yeah and NO ONE in ohver 10,000 years of cannabis use has ever died directly of it, so this whole thing is nothing but the bullshiat fark lets you post about cannabis.

"Let's worry about a toddler that might have gotten high on cannabis and ignore the thousands of kids that die of alcohol and opioids!"

You are an idiot. Tell me, do you forget to breath sometimes?
 
2020-05-19 7:07:28 PM  

tirob: johnphantom: tirob: Alcohol is worse than heroin?  Really?  According to whom?

From something you don't like, statistics. More people die of alcohol than heroin.

More people consume alcohol than use heroin, too.  The ~99 2/3 percent of the people in this country who don't use heroin are immune to the harm heroin causes.

Hey, I can do original research, too!  Isn't that cool?  Now find me a comparative study that backs up your assertion.


Oh and stop cutting off information I post that you know is true and shows how much of an imbecile you are:

johnphantom: tirob: Alcohol is worse than heroin?  Really?  According to whom?


From something you don't like, statistics. More people die of alcohol than heroin. Also, you can die coming off alcohol, you can't coming off heroin.

Go away moron.

 
2020-05-19 7:37:47 PM  

DoBeDoBeLurk:

We can keep talking about recommended use of DXM (even your link says to ask a doctor)

Are you saying that it is stated in the link I put up that it's all right to give DXM to a kid under 12 if a doctor approves?  I must have missed that part.

DoBeDoBeLurk: This is nothing to do with medical marijuana or treatment for autism.


On the contrary, I very much suspect that it does.  Anecdotes about using medical marijuana so called to treat autism are out there, especially on the internet, and I think it's a good bet that there are people who believe them and act accordingly.  Yurasits, the defendant here, may have been one of those people, and he may even have believed that giving the kid weed was "safe," this given how often advocates for use of the stuff tell us how harmless weed is.  For an example of this, see below.

johnphantom: tirob: johnphantom: tirob: Alcohol is worse than heroin?  Really?  According to whom?

From something you don't like, statistics. More people die of alcohol than heroin.

More people consume alcohol than use heroin, too.  The ~99 2/3 percent of the people in this country who don't use heroin are immune to the harm heroin causes.

Hey, I can do original research, too!  Isn't that cool?  Now find me a comparative study that backs up your assertion.

Yeah and NO ONE in ohver 10,000 years of cannabis use has ever died directly of it,


So no comparative study exists.  I see.  I'm not sure that this latest assertion of yours is correct either, BTW.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31838​4​85/

johnphantom:

"Let's worry about a toddler that might have gotten high on cannabis and ignore the thousands of kids that die of alcohol and opioids!"

Yeah, that's what I said, all right.  Oh, and before you call me an idiot again, maybe you should learn to spell.
 
2020-05-19 8:01:44 PM  
tirob:

No one has died of marijuana. You are a f*cking moron that if I have a say, will go to Hell.
 
2020-05-19 8:03:18 PM  
Last say:

Don't listen to tirob, he lies saying things like: "The most marketable stuff is grown in greenhouses and is highly processed before it goes to market" and thinks his meth addicted friend was driven to murder because of marijuana. His knowledge of cannabis is so limited that he says he doesn't know if alcohol is more dangerous than cannabis.

He has said: "I haven't gone into a McDonalds in ~fifteen years, but I still wouldn't vouch for weed's comparative safety against the highly processed food that's sold in their restaurants." He thinks cannabis is worse than diabetes!

He has also said about a pot store robbery: "That is, were they out for money or out to get high?  Because if it was the latter, weed must be a pretty powerful drug if people are willing to kill to obtain it."
And when there is zero evidence cannabis has ever killed someone and evidence aspirin has killed, he says, "In the absence of that comparative scientific evidence I asked for, however, I remain unconvinced that weed is less dangerous than aspirin."

He wants to put people in prison for cannabis, and is racist because doesn't think the judicial system is biased against people of color.

Here he is advocating for the black market: "If you're as concerned about the small number of Blacks in the legal weed trade as you say you are, why don't you organize a boycott of legal weed until the "industry" becomes more racially diverse?"

tirob just doesn't want you to enjoy yourself, is what it comes down to: "Putting out a substance whose many nonmedical users ingest it solely for the purpose of f**king themselves up is nothing to be proud of, chum."
 
2020-05-19 8:21:52 PM  

johnphantom: From something you don't like, statistics. More people die of alcohol than heroin. Also, you can die coming off alcohol, you can't coming off heroin.


Not a fact.  Again.

https://ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/blog/ye​s​-people-can-die-opiate-withdrawal
 
2020-05-20 12:22:36 AM  
but It will help your kids ADHD, and reduce their anxious meltdowns.
 
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