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2020-08-05 5:29:16 AM  
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2020-08-05 6:45:17 AM  
I'd wager that people with green cards are helping rec users out some too.
 
2020-08-05 6:54:58 AM  
If the govt needs to keep people home and have them happy at the same time, a temporary federal legalization of weed is a great way to do it.
 
2020-08-05 7:29:27 AM  
"The enrollments up, the  demands up, it's very clear there's a lot of suffering going on out there, and it's more important now than ever that we take the extra precautions to make sure this vulnerable population is properly served," Rodriguez [large-scale weed seller] said.

I think he meant "serviced."
 
2020-08-05 7:38:14 AM  
Everything is better with a bag of weed.
 
2020-08-05 8:20:09 AM  

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15 bucks, little old man, put that shiat in my hand.  If the money doesn't show you owe me owe me owe.
 
2020-08-05 8:37:55 AM  
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2020-08-05 8:41:41 AM  

tirob: "The enrollments up, the  demands up, it's very clear there's a lot of suffering going on out there, and it's more important now than ever that we take the extra precautions to make sure this vulnerable population is properly served," Rodriguez [large-scale weed seller] said.

I think he meant "serviced."


I dunno, man. It probably is service for severely immuno compromised people have their meds delivered, yeah. Relief from suffering, and prevention of covid spread, are kind of seen as noble in these modern times. Believe it or not!
 
2020-08-05 9:43:33 AM  

uttertosh: tirob: "The enrollments up, the  demands up, it's very clear there's a lot of suffering going on out there, and it's more important now than ever that we take the extra precautions to make sure this vulnerable population is properly served," Rodriguez [large-scale weed seller] said.

I think he meant "serviced."

I dunno, man. It probably is service for severely immuno compromised people have their meds delivered, yeah. Relief from suffering, and prevention of covid spread, are kind of seen as noble in these modern times. Believe it or not!


Read your bottle of cough syrup.  *Medicine* is meant to be taken at specific intervals and in measured doses.

Weed in every form (plant, extracts) is marketed to be taken ad libitum, and if you smoke or vape or dab it you can't control the dose of the active ingredient from one ingestion to the next.  Hence, it's not medicine except in the imagination of Mr. Rodriguez and his many friends on Fark weed threads.
 
2020-08-05 10:42:40 AM  

tirob: uttertosh: tirob: "The enrollments up, the  demands up, it's very clear there's a lot of suffering going on out there, and it's more important now than ever that we take the extra precautions to make sure this vulnerable population is properly served," Rodriguez [large-scale weed seller] said.

I think he meant "serviced."

I dunno, man. It probably is service for severely immuno compromised people have their meds delivered, yeah. Relief from suffering, and prevention of covid spread, are kind of seen as noble in these modern times. Believe it or not!

Read your bottle of cough syrup.  *Medicine* is meant to be taken at specific intervals and in measured doses.

Weed in every form (plant, extracts) is marketed to be taken ad libitum, and if you smoke or vape or dab it you can't control the dose of the active ingredient from one ingestion to the next.  Hence, it's not medicine except in the imagination of Mr. Rodriguez and his many friends on Fark weed threads.


Advil and many other medicines are "take as needed, just don't exceed this amount in 24 hours".
 
2020-08-05 11:46:55 AM  

NM Volunteer: tirob: uttertosh: tirob: "The enrollments up, the  demands up, it's very clear there's a lot of suffering going on out there, and it's more important now than ever that we take the extra precautions to make sure this vulnerable population is properly served," Rodriguez [large-scale weed seller] said.

I think he meant "serviced."

I dunno, man. It probably is service for severely immuno compromised people have their meds delivered, yeah. Relief from suffering, and prevention of covid spread, are kind of seen as noble in these modern times. Believe it or not!

Read your bottle of cough syrup.  *Medicine* is meant to be taken at specific intervals and in measured doses.

Weed in every form (plant, extracts) is marketed to be taken ad libitum, and if you smoke or vape or dab it you can't control the dose of the active ingredient from one ingestion to the next.  Hence, it's not medicine except in the imagination of Mr. Rodriguez and his many friends on Fark weed threads.

Advil and many other medicines are "take as needed, just don't exceed this amount in 24 hours".


Right.  Just like packages of "medical" weed, which always contain admonitions such as "do not smoke over three one-gram joints in 24 hours, or five in 48."

Advil comes in pills, btw, all of which theoretically contain the exact same amount of its active ingredient (200 mg of Ibuprofen).
 
2020-08-05 11:51:56 AM  
we need a "spliffy" tag
 
2020-08-05 11:54:22 AM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: tirob: uttertosh: tirob: "The enrollments up, the  demands up, it's very clear there's a lot of suffering going on out there, and it's more important now than ever that we take the extra precautions to make sure this vulnerable population is properly served," Rodriguez [large-scale weed seller] said.

I think he meant "serviced."

I dunno, man. It probably is service for severely immuno compromised people have their meds delivered, yeah. Relief from suffering, and prevention of covid spread, are kind of seen as noble in these modern times. Believe it or not!

Read your bottle of cough syrup.  *Medicine* is meant to be taken at specific intervals and in measured doses.

Weed in every form (plant, extracts) is marketed to be taken ad libitum, and if you smoke or vape or dab it you can't control the dose of the active ingredient from one ingestion to the next.  Hence, it's not medicine except in the imagination of Mr. Rodriguez and his many friends on Fark weed threads.

Advil and many other medicines are "take as needed, just don't exceed this amount in 24 hours".

Right.  Just like packages of "medical" weed, which always contain admonitions such as "do not smoke over three one-gram joints in 24 hours, or five in 48."

Advil comes in pills, btw, all of which theoretically contain the exact same amount of its active ingredient (200 mg of Ibuprofen).


Ever take Pepto Bismol?  It's measured out in plastic shot glasses that disappear a few weeks after buying the bottle, so (at least us bachelors) just take a chug as needed.
 
2020-08-05 12:07:21 PM  

NM Volunteer: Ever take Pepto Bismol?


Not since I was a kid.

NM Volunteer: It's measured out in plastic shot glasses that disappear a few weeks after buying the bottle, so (at least us bachelors) just take a chug as needed.


My bottle of cough syrup (active ingredient DXM, a drug that can be abused) came with a similar accessory.  It's still there, sitting on top of the bottle.  I'm just lucky, I guess.

/according to the directions, the little cup needs to be kept with the bottle, and the dose should not be measured out in any other device.
 
2020-08-05 1:11:44 PM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: tirob: uttertosh: tirob: "The enrollments up, the  demands up, it's very clear there's a lot of suffering going on out there, and it's more important now than ever that we take the extra precautions to make sure this vulnerable population is properly served," Rodriguez [large-scale weed seller] said.

I think he meant "serviced."

I dunno, man. It probably is service for severely immuno compromised people have their meds delivered, yeah. Relief from suffering, and prevention of covid spread, are kind of seen as noble in these modern times. Believe it or not!

Read your bottle of cough syrup.  *Medicine* is meant to be taken at specific intervals and in measured doses.

Weed in every form (plant, extracts) is marketed to be taken ad libitum, and if you smoke or vape or dab it you can't control the dose of the active ingredient from one ingestion to the next.  Hence, it's not medicine except in the imagination of Mr. Rodriguez and his many friends on Fark weed threads.

Advil and many other medicines are "take as needed, just don't exceed this amount in 24 hours".

Right.  Just like packages of "medical" weed, which always contain admonitions such as "do not smoke over three one-gram joints in 24 hours, or five in 48."

Advil comes in pills, btw, all of which theoretically contain the exact same amount of its active ingredient (200 mg of Ibuprofen).


And edibles come in packs of 10, with each piece containing a set amount of active ingredient, generally 10mg. Some vape pens will give a small buzz when a set amount is converted to vapor, others give instructions on how long a pull to take and how long to hold it in your lungs. Flower, wax, and dab are labeled for weight and concentration of active ingredient. You seem to think medical dispensaries are akin to that friend of a friend of a guy they know who just hands you a ziploc of green stuff and you kinda take his word for it what's in it.
 
2020-08-05 1:44:39 PM  

xalres: Advil comes in pills, btw, all of which theoretically contain the exact same amount of its active ingredient (200 mg of Ibuprofen).

And edibles come in packs of 10, with each piece containing a set amount of active ingredient, generally 10mg.


I just had this conversation here, or something like it.  What THC-laced food does *not* come with is directions such as "do not consume more than three brownies/gumdrops/whatever in a 24 hour period."  That is, they're marketed to be consumed ad libitum.  Like sourballs, for instance, which, it is true, are sometimes used medicinally by people who suck on them to relieve a cough.

xalres: . You seem to think medical dispensaries are akin to that friend of a friend of a guy they know who just hands you a ziploc of green stuff and you kinda take his word for it what's in it.


The distinction between sellers of "medical" weed and the guy who hands off the ziploc bag to you is one without a difference as far as I can see, inasmuch as both are selling stuff that is supposed to be consumed ad lib.  The labels for THC concentration that you refer to are there to sell the product, not to admonish users not to exceed a certain dose.
 
2020-08-05 2:11:03 PM  

tirob: xalres: Advil comes in pills, btw, all of which theoretically contain the exact same amount of its active ingredient (200 mg of Ibuprofen).

And edibles come in packs of 10, with each piece containing a set amount of active ingredient, generally 10mg.

I just had this conversation here, or something like it.  What THC-laced food does *not* come with is directions such as "do not consume more than three brownies/gumdrops/whatever in a 24 hour period."  That is, they're marketed to be consumed ad libitum.  Like sourballs, for instance, which, it is true, are sometimes used medicinally by people who suck on them to relieve a cough.

xalres: . You seem to think medical dispensaries are akin to that friend of a friend of a guy they know who just hands you a ziploc of green stuff and you kinda take his word for it what's in it.

The distinction between sellers of "medical" weed and the guy who hands off the ziploc bag to you is one without a difference as far as I can see, inasmuch as both are selling stuff that is supposed to be consumed ad lib.  The labels for THC concentration that you refer to are there to sell the product, not to admonish users not to exceed a certain dose.


I've got a bottle of Equate Gas Relief & Prevention next to me on my kitchen table.  It does not give maximum doses or "do not consume beyond [x] in 24 hours" stuff on it.  Just take one as needed.  The diphenhydramine and cetirizine bottles give a maximum because there is risk of kidney or liver damage from exceeding the maximum.  That is the reason for having maximums on drugs, because of the risk of physical damage for taking too much.  There is no risk for the store-brand Beano.  And looking through the rest of my medicine cabinet:

Store brand Lactaid: no maximums
Store brand Centrum: take one a day because it is a daily vitamin thing
Store brand vitamin D3: take one a day because it is a daily vitamin thing
Store brand acetaminophen: maximum to avoid liver damage and overdose
Store brand Halls: no maximum
Store brand oxymetazoline: maximum to avoid the body becoming adjusted to it and having rebound congestion worse than the original congestion
Clarithromycin: metered and control doses by body weight to avoid under or over dosing
Pink bismith: maximum to avoid farking up the stomach or overdosing
Nighttime sleep aid: see diphenhydramine above

You should get a copy of The Pill Book so you can better understand this stuff.  Some drugs and medications and herbal supplements have maximums to avoid organ damage or overdoses, while others do not.
 
2020-08-05 2:20:41 PM  

tirob: xalres: Advil comes in pills, btw, all of which theoretically contain the exact same amount of its active ingredient (200 mg of Ibuprofen).

And edibles come in packs of 10, with each piece containing a set amount of active ingredient, generally 10mg.

I just had this conversation here, or something like it.  What THC-laced food does *not* come with is directions such as "do not consume more than three brownies/gumdrops/whatever in a 24 hour period."  That is, they're marketed to be consumed ad libitum.  Like sourballs, for instance, which, it is true, are sometimes used medicinally by people who suck on them to relieve a cough.

xalres: . You seem to think medical dispensaries are akin to that friend of a friend of a guy they know who just hands you a ziploc of green stuff and you kinda take his word for it what's in it.

The distinction between sellers of "medical" weed and the guy who hands off the ziploc bag to you is one without a difference as far as I can see, inasmuch as both are selling stuff that is supposed to be consumed ad lib.  The labels for THC concentration that you refer to are there to sell the product, not to admonish users not to exceed a certain dose.


Aside from licensing, banking rules, zoning laws, labeling and testing requirements, etc., etc....yeah, totally the same. There are legitimate medical uses for it, despite your personal beliefs. Also, follow up question: Why the Kentucky Fried Fark do you care, gramps? Afraid people are carving out a tiny sliver of fun and escape in the gaping hellmouth that is reality?

Just one toke of the devil's electric lettuce and next thing you know they'll be listening to jazz and doing the lindy hop. MARK MY WORDS!
 
2020-08-05 3:00:38 PM  

NM Volunteer: You should get a copy of The Pill Book so you can better understand this stuff. Some drugs and medications and herbal supplements have maximums to avoid organ damage or overdoses, while others do not.


Just looking at my container of calcium carbonate (antacid) tablets, even it has a "do not exceed" instruction.  A few over the counter drugs don't, it's true.

I for one would not categorize herbal supplements so called with drugs or medicines, btw.  They're not subject to FDA regulation, for starters.

xalres: The distinction between sellers of "medical" weed and the guy who hands off the ziploc bag to you is one without a difference as far as I can see, inasmuch as both are selling stuff that is supposed to be consumed ad lib. The labels for THC concentration that you refer to are there to sell the product, not to admonish users not to exceed a certain dose.

Aside from licensing, banking rules, zoning laws, labeling and testing requirements, etc., etc..


None of which goes to my point that both Good Health Medical Weed Inc. and The Local Dealer are both selling sh*t that is supposed to be consumed ad lib.

xalres: : Why the Kentucky Fried Fark do you care, gramps? Afraid people are carving out a tiny sliver of fun and escape in the gaping hellmouth that is reality?


I've had plenty of experience with weed, both first and second hand.  Using the stuff to escape a bad reality is like going from a frying pan into a fire.  You can never run away from you, as the song says.

xalres: Just one toke of the devil's electric lettuce and next thing you know they'll be listening to jazz and doing the lindy hop.


It would be nice if that were true, because listening to Coltrane and dancing are both fun activities, but it's much more likely that they'll just sit there and do nothing for an hour and a half.  Which is both depressing and conducive to depression.
 
2020-08-05 3:17:18 PM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: You should get a copy of The Pill Book so you can better understand this stuff. Some drugs and medications and herbal supplements have maximums to avoid organ damage or overdoses, while others do not.

Just looking at my container of calcium carbonate (antacid) tablets, even it has a "do not exceed" instruction.  A few over the counter drugs don't, it's true.

I for one would not categorize herbal supplements so called with drugs or medicines, btw.  They're not subject to FDA regulation, for starters.

xalres: The distinction between sellers of "medical" weed and the guy who hands off the ziploc bag to you is one without a difference as far as I can see, inasmuch as both are selling stuff that is supposed to be consumed ad lib. The labels for THC concentration that you refer to are there to sell the product, not to admonish users not to exceed a certain dose.

Aside from licensing, banking rules, zoning laws, labeling and testing requirements, etc., etc..

None of which goes to my point that both Good Health Medical Weed Inc. and The Local Dealer are both selling sh*t that is supposed to be consumed ad lib.

xalres: : Why the Kentucky Fried Fark do you care, gramps? Afraid people are carving out a tiny sliver of fun and escape in the gaping hellmouth that is reality?

I've had plenty of experience with weed, both first and second hand.  Using the stuff to escape a bad reality is like going from a frying pan into a fire.  You can never run away from you, as the song says.

xalres: Just one toke of the devil's electric lettuce and next thing you know they'll be listening to jazz and doing the lindy hop.

It would be nice if that were true, because listening to Coltrane and dancing are both fun activities, but it's much more likely that they'll just sit there and do nothing for an hour and a half.  Which is both depressing and conducive to depression.


Except for the fact that a card and prescription is required to buy it, and the products are sold in packages that specify amount to consume at a given time to relieve specific symptoms.
 
2020-08-05 5:09:00 PM  
NM Volunteer:   Except for the fact that a card and prescription is required to buy it, and the products are sold in packages that specify amount to consume at a given time to relieve specific symptoms.

Right.  And it is well known that the "doctors" and "caregivers" who do the "prescribing" are all very strict about not writing their "prescriptions" for just anyone who comes to their "practices" with a hangnail, and that the people who put out the packages you reference are all highly trained professionals who know the exact amount of the "medicine" that needs to be consumed at any given time to remedy any one of the 79 diseases and conditions that weed is known to cure or palliate.  And I am the queen of Rumania.
 
2020-08-05 5:14:10 PM  

tirob: NM Volunteer:   Except for the fact that a card and prescription is required to buy it, and the products are sold in packages that specify amount to consume at a given time to relieve specific symptoms.

Right.  And it is well known that the "doctors" and "caregivers" who do the "prescribing" are all very strict about not writing their "prescriptions" for just anyone who comes to their "practices" with a hangnail, and that the people who put out the packages you reference are all highly trained professionals who know the exact amount of the "medicine" that needs to be consumed at any given time to remedy any one of the 79 diseases and conditions that weed is known to cure or palliate.  And I am the queen of Rumania.


We don't have recreational marijuana here.  So I don't see what your malfunction is.  What is your problem?  Why are you incapable of understanding this?
 
2020-08-05 6:24:56 PM  

NM Volunteer: We don't have recreational marijuana here. So I don't see what your malfunction is. What is your problem? Why are you incapable of understanding this?


1.  I understand more than you think.

2.  To call getting high "recreation" is an Orwellian abuse of the term.

3.  Except for a very small number of people who consume the stuff for bona fide medical purposes, people who use medical weed so called are doing so for one purpose--to get high.  I repeat, that sh*t isn't medicine, and it isn't medicine because it has none of the characteristics of medicine.  It **certainly** has none of the characteristics of prescription medicine, because prescription medicine is meant to be taken at fixed doses and at fixed intervals.  Weed is *never* consumed that way; indeed, if it's smoked, vaped or dabbed, it *can't* be.

4.  All of us would do well to take any claim about weed from the people who sell "medical" weed with a grain of salt.  See, e.g., Mr. Rodriguez's quote that I reproduced above.  Mr. Rodriguez is here to sell weed, not to "serve" a "vulnerable" population.

I suggest that you try to think outside the box on this issue, and that you not take at face value such terms as "medical marijuana" and "recreational marijuana."  Because those terms, and others related to the subject, were invented by dealers and legalization advocates to press a point.
 
2020-08-05 6:28:06 PM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: We don't have recreational marijuana here. So I don't see what your malfunction is. What is your problem? Why are you incapable of understanding this?

1.  I understand more than you think.

2.  To call getting high "recreation" is an Orwellian abuse of the term.

3.  Except for a very small number of people who consume the stuff for bona fide medical purposes, people who use medical weed so called are doing so for one purpose--to get high.  I repeat, that sh*t isn't medicine, and it isn't medicine because it has none of the characteristics of medicine.  It **certainly** has none of the characteristics of prescription medicine, because prescription medicine is meant to be taken at fixed doses and at fixed intervals.  Weed is *never* consumed that way; indeed, if it's smoked, vaped or dabbed, it *can't* be.

4.  All of us would do well to take any claim about weed from the people who sell "medical" weed with a grain of salt.  See, e.g., Mr. Rodriguez's quote that I reproduced above.  Mr. Rodriguez is here to sell weed, not to "serve" a "vulnerable" population.

I suggest that you try to think outside the box on this issue, and that you not take at face value such terms as "medical marijuana" and "recreational marijuana."  Because those terms, and others related to the subject, were invented by dealers and legalization advocates to press a point.


It's just your uneducated opinion that it isn't medicine.  And your inane and false opinion creates a bias in your mind about medical marijuana that leads you to post inane and false statements.  Actual doctors and scientists say it is medicine.  And that is good enough for normal people.
 
2020-08-05 6:53:34 PM  

NM Volunteer:

It's just your uneducated opinion that it isn't medicine.

I know more about this subject than you think.

Sativex, a cannabinoid mix, is medicine because it's made to be taken in fixed doses and at fixed intervals.  It's been approved by the FDA for use in palliating two kinds of epilepsy.  Joints, vapes, and dabs aren't medicine.  And I've already explained why that is.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nabixim​o​ls

NM Volunteer: inane and false statements


Cite one that I have posted, and explain to me why it's "inane" or "false."
 
2020-08-05 7:10:14 PM  

KidKorporate: colon_canoe: [Fark user image image 425x283]

15 bucks, little old man, put that shiat in my hand.  If the money doesn't show you owe me owe me owe.


My jungle love! Oh we oh we oh!
 
2020-08-05 7:20:09 PM  

tirob: Joints, vapes, and dabs aren't medicine.


That's just your inane opinion.  Real doctors say otherwise using facts.

Besides, medical marijuana dispensaries sell products with measurable and set amounts of THC and other compounds.  It's not just a place that sells ziploc bags filled with leaves.
 
2020-08-05 8:25:44 PM  

NM Volunteer: tirob: Joints, vapes, and dabs aren't medicine.

That's just your inane opinion. Real doctors say otherwise using facts.


Cite me one who says this who doesn't work for a weed "practice," and please point out to me the "facts" behind the assertions s/he makes.

NM Volunteer: Besides, medical marijuana dispensaries sell products with measurable and set amounts of THC and other compounds. It's not just a place that sells ziploc bags filled with leaves


There you go with the pushers' jargon again.  They're weed stores or THC stores, not "dispensaries."  A dispensary furnishes medicine.

As for the measurable amounts of THC, I went through this in my initial answer to you.  The sh*t is sold to be ingested ad lib; the measurements are thus irrelevant for the purposes of this discussion.

Still waiting for an explanation of why any statement I've made here is "inane" or "false."  Your accusations don't count.
 
2020-08-05 8:37:46 PM  

tirob: There you go with the pushers' jargon again. They're weed stores or THC stores, not "dispensaries."


Uh oh, better tell Wikipedia that.
 
2020-08-06 5:33:31 AM  

NM Volunteer: tirob: There you go with the pushers' jargon again. They're weed stores or THC stores, not "dispensaries."

Uh oh, better tell Wikipedia that.


Are you offering that article as evidence that joints and vapes are medicine?  Because I don't see any reference in it to a doctor's assertion that they are, nor do I see any facts to back up such an assertion, such as you say exist.

It's true that the word dispensary has become a synonym for weed store.  I'm reminded of this anecdote attributed to Lincoln:  If you call a tail a leg, how many legs does a dog have?  Five?  No, four, because calling a tail a leg doesn't make it a leg.
 
2020-08-06 8:22:05 AM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: tirob: There you go with the pushers' jargon again. They're weed stores or THC stores, not "dispensaries."

Uh oh, better tell Wikipedia that.

Are you offering that article as evidence that joints and vapes are medicine?  Because I don't see any reference in it to a doctor's assertion that they are, nor do I see any facts to back up such an assertion, such as you say exist.

It's true that the word dispensary has become a synonym for weed store.  I'm reminded of this anecdote attributed to Lincoln:  If you call a tail a leg, how many legs does a dog have?  Five?  No, four, because calling a tail a leg doesn't make it a leg.


So you're just in denial and refuse to accept reality.  Grow up and get over your issues.  Marijuana is medicine, and pharmacies that specialize in medical marijuana are called "dispensaries".
 
2020-08-06 9:10:01 AM  

NM Volunteer: Marijuana is medicine,


Still waiting for a citation from a doctor who is not in a weed practice to this effect, and preferably one containing the relevant facts you say exist to back the cite up.

NM Volunteer: and pharmacies that specialize in medical marijuana are called "dispensaries".


Ever been in a pharmacy that only stocks a single substance?  Me neither.
 
2020-08-06 9:20:58 AM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: Marijuana is medicine,

Still waiting for a citation from a doctor who is not in a weed practice to this effect, and preferably one containing the relevant facts you say exist to back the cite up.

NM Volunteer: and pharmacies that specialize in medical marijuana are called "dispensaries".

Ever been in a pharmacy that only stocks a single substance?  Me neither.


You're a special kind of stupid, aren't you.
 
2020-08-06 10:33:26 AM  

NM Volunteer: tirob: NM Volunteer: Marijuana is medicine,

Still waiting for a citation from a doctor who is not in a weed practice to this effect, and preferably one containing the relevant facts you say exist to back the cite up.

NM Volunteer: and pharmacies that specialize in medical marijuana are called "dispensaries".

Ever been in a pharmacy that only stocks a single substance?  Me neither.

You're a special kind of stupid, aren't you.


It must have required a prolonged period of thought and some complicated research to come up with as brilliant a rebuttal of my arguments as that.  Fine work!

You can continue to call THC stores "dispensaries" if you like, and getting high "recreation," and THC dabs "medicine."  You can even call a kangaroo a "kittycat."  But you're fooling only yourself if you do.
 
2020-08-06 11:04:15 AM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: tirob: NM Volunteer: Marijuana is medicine,

Still waiting for a citation from a doctor who is not in a weed practice to this effect, and preferably one containing the relevant facts you say exist to back the cite up.

NM Volunteer: and pharmacies that specialize in medical marijuana are called "dispensaries".

Ever been in a pharmacy that only stocks a single substance?  Me neither.

You're a special kind of stupid, aren't you.

It must have required a prolonged period of thought and some complicated research to come up with as brilliant a rebuttal of my arguments as that.  Fine work!

You can continue to call THC stores "dispensaries" if you like, and getting high "recreation," and THC dabs "medicine."  You can even call a kangaroo a "kittycat."  But you're fooling only yourself if you do.


You can't just reject reality and substitute your own.  Your ignorance proves you have never even been inside a medical marijuana dispensary.
 
2020-08-06 11:51:01 AM  

NM Volunteer: You can't just reject reality and substitute your own.


No?  Because I have been told on this very thread that that is exactly what people use weed for.

Why the Kentucky Fried Fark do you care [about weed], gramps? Afraid people are carving out a tiny sliver of fun and escape in the gaping hellmouth that is reality?

NM Volunteer: Your ignorance proves you have never even been inside a medical marijuana dispensary.


You don't have to have ever been in a weed store to know what it is they sell there, and why people buy it.
 
2020-08-06 12:22:32 PM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: Your ignorance proves you have never even been inside a medical marijuana dispensary.

You don't have to have ever been in a weed store to know what it is they sell there, and why people buy it.


So you admit you are making shiat up and trolling, just because you don't like marijuana?
 
2020-08-06 2:18:39 PM  

NM Volunteer: tirob: NM Volunteer: Your ignorance proves you have never even been inside a medical marijuana dispensary.

You don't have to have ever been in a weed store to know what it is they sell there, and why people buy it.

So you admit you are making shiat up and trolling, just because you don't like marijuana?


Making sh*t up?  No.  Facing reality.  I've used weed, so I know why people use.  I also know that a good many young people who patronize "medical marijuana dispensaries," as you call them, don't have any health problems other than marijuana dependence.

https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2019/​1​2/04/Study-suggests-young-adults-misus​ing-medical-marijuana/7251575468363/

Nothing in the above link isn't intuitive, of course, to anyone who has even the slightest experience with weed.
 
2020-08-06 2:32:24 PM  

tirob: NM Volunteer: tirob: NM Volunteer: Your ignorance proves you have never even been inside a medical marijuana dispensary.

You don't have to have ever been in a weed store to know what it is they sell there, and why people buy it.

So you admit you are making shiat up and trolling, just because you don't like marijuana?

Making sh*t up?  No.  Facing reality.  I've used weed, so I know why people use.  I also know that a good many young people who patronize "medical marijuana dispensaries," as you call them, don't have any health problems other than marijuana dependence.

https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2019/1​2/04/Study-suggests-young-adults-misus​ing-medical-marijuana/7251575468363/

Nothing in the above link isn't intuitive, of course, to anyone who has even the slightest experience with weed.


And people misuse Robitussin.  You are so ignorant and naive.
 
2020-08-06 3:32:51 PM  

NM Volunteer: You are so ignorant and naive.


If I am, one reason for that is that you're not teaching me anything.

NM Volunteer:

And people misuse Robitussin.

They sure do.  But the people who put that stuff out see to it that their product is labeled with specific directions for use which contain specific admonitions not to ingest more than a certain amount of it in a given time period.  Weed--even medical weed so called--is marketed to be consumed ad lib and at any time.  It's a difference (one we've already been over in this thread) that causes weed to resemble other drugs of abuse rather than over the counter medicines.

Weed will be a medicine when it's sold in real pharmacies that are staffed by persons with pharmaceutical degrees who are licensed by state boards rather than in THC stores by staff who worked as restaurant help before getting their jobs as clerks.  Until then, cut the crap.  Please.
 
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