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I'm not sure what you mean by that, Gene Wilder and Bob Marley does not compute.But yes, as a matter of fact I do know a tremendous amount about cannabis, both medicaly and recreationally speaking.. although I am a huge Marley fan, I only learnt of his excellence in my second semester of my freshman year.
Not directed to you. I guess my mistake was attaching it to your quote. I just thought it was funny, and it fit in the 'weed' thread. Anyway--What do you think the chances are that states will follow California's lead and adopt similar medical MJ regulation?
I believe our great country has more folks, per capita, behind bars than any other country in the world. The "war on drugs" has become an industry, with their own lobbyists in every state capitol, and DC too. I've no idea how to solve the problem, but our current situation is retarded in every way. Oh, and don't get your hopes up about legalization in our lifetimes. California couldn't even pass it. No way arkiesaw ever will.
The US has 25% of the world's prison population with ~4% of the world's actual population.Private prisons, lack of reforming attitude, Puritanical opposition, etc. etc. etc.
You stoners need to admit there has already been a huge amount of de facto decriminalzation in all fifty states. People picked up for recreational amounts or a bong (possession of a criminal instrument) get a fine with little chance of a court appearance unless they're a minor. Even then, you can be sentenced in a way where it won't become part of your record.Jails, county and state, are over crowded and the over worked and underpaid assitant prosecutors are rarely interested in tossing Cheech and Chong into the clink for recreational use. The idea that The Man is making a mint by bulding prisons with state tax dollars and tossing recreational users into prison isn't consistent with my experience. Privately run prisons are still pretty unusual, at least in Arknsas.But, we do have too many non-violent criminals behind bars (although I can think of one - Lu Hardin - who SHOULD be in jail).
It's not gone far enough. There are people wasting away in cells who would otherwise be productive citizens. Worse yet, they're likely to come out of those cells as hardened people. I personally know some folks who were solid people, are solid people, who were so broken by the time they got out that they were never the same. They'll live the rest of their fractured lives in fear of crossing some arbitrary line. And for fricking what purpose? How does it serve the purpose of the state?I'm not arguing with you, Arkguy, as I think you likely agree. I'm just angry as all Starkville that we're STILL putting people in a pen for smoking dope.Freedom my ass, Amerika.
its against the law, doesnt matter if you think it should or shouldnt be, its illegal. if you do something that is illegal and you know the punishment is going to prison, then you're a fucking moron and have no arguement if you get caught
Have you ever questioned authority in your life, or do you just succumb to every law these fricks put on the books?"Law" is not a synonym for "moral."
Privately run prisons are still pretty unusual, at least in Arknsas.But, we do have too many non-violent criminals behind bars (although I can think of one - Lu Hardin - who SHOULD be in jail).
accoording to the tcu police chief it wasnt just weedThe drugs involved included marijuana, cocaine, " molly " -- a powdered form of ecstacy, ecstacy pills, and prescription drugs like Xanax, Hydrocodone and Oxycontin, McGee said.
i question authority all the time. I think i should be able to carry my weapon any where i want. Im a non felon, dont do drugs, have my permit yet i am restricted on where i can carry . I think that law is dumb, it keeps me from protecting my self and my family, BUT i follow the law, not because i think its right, but because i know the consequences.
I was unaware you could murder someone with marijuana.
I don't want weed legalized. Contrary to popular opinion on here, it is a gateway drug. Seen it too many times. You can downplay it all you want, but the bottom line is it's illegal. Why risk your future doing an illegal drug? Simple, the world is full of dumbasses. I could smoke weed, but I choose not to. I do not want to jeopardize my job nor my freedom.
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