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Controversial Topic!

Nov 1, 2016 by PrincessTeePee
Lol, the only things that bother me personally about weed are

1, the smell. Getting off at the bus stop from work is not my fav as gangs sit there bonging for some reason.
2, that it has a 'day'. 4/20?!

I don't think it should be legalised unless for strictly monitored medical procedures. Just my opinion though, what people do to their lives and bodies is ultimately up to them. Weed just isn't for me, nor are drugs in general.

Comments

its gross
Sent by ItsAlexia,Nov 1, 2016
id rather be addicted to heroin than weed. go big or go home.
Sent by brookie_cookie,Nov 1, 2016
agreed
Sent by iiGalaxyii,Nov 1, 2016
lol
My dad and I were in San Francisco and he's like "I smell marjuana"
and i was like "How do you know what it smells like?"
and he was like "uhhh"
Sent by Memphis_Grizzlies,Nov 1, 2016
LMFAO YES I THINK THE SMELL OF WEED IS AWFUL. ITS' WORST THAN CIGARETTE SMOKE. I GET NAUSEOUS BY THE SMELL OF IT
Sent by Timster,Nov 1, 2016
Hmm, don't you think its a little strange for you to admit to having trivial reasons to your own dislike of marijuana, yet also consent to it being illegal and causing many harmless people to spend years behind bars?
Sent by bigupboy,Nov 1, 2016
Explains a lot memphis_grizzlies
Sent by Galaxies,Nov 1, 2016
its not like hes ever smoked it.. he just knows the smell... galaxies
Sent by Memphis_Grizzlies,Nov 1, 2016
It's illegal for a reason, that's the way I look at it. It'll likely take decades before the decision is overturned, even for medical purposes. Innocent may be stretching the mark a tad too, lol. bigupboy
Sent by PrincessTeePee,Nov 1, 2016
Innocenet is stretching the mark PrincessTeePee? Do you even know the demographic you're speaking about? Most of them are young and have never hurt a fly
Sent by bigupboy,Nov 1, 2016
Or are old and have chronic illness and the pain along with it they want to ease.
Sent by bigupboy,Nov 1, 2016
I don't disregard your opninion PrincessTeePee. I think there are legitimate reasons to why it is illegal. I also think there are many reasons that are unjust and for the sake of different existing agendas. The way marijuana is criminalized however, is disgusting and not something I can ever support.
Sent by bigupboy,Nov 1, 2016
They might not have hurt a fly, but you'll probably find that many of them were simply caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, and not acting innocent. Trust me, I have FIRST HAND experience of this. Not myself but someone I'm close to has a very close call last year:X some may be innocent but there are people also that weren't so.

For treatment of illnesses and pain, it will still take years of research and tests before it can be used, but I've no doubt of its potential relief - that is why it would be foolish to be completely against monitored use of it by trained professionals one day. Time will tell. The older folk imprisoned for this took it into their own hands though and got unlucky - probably in many cases screwed over by the very people giving to them. bigupboy
Sent by PrincessTeePee,Nov 1, 2016
Oh no I respect your points honestly! bigupboy
Sent by PrincessTeePee,Nov 1, 2016
So, in your opinion, what kind of illnesses qualify one for medical marijuana use?
Sent by craycrayaye,Nov 1, 2016
Craycrayaye I'm not medically trained so I cannot answer that fully. Anecdotal research implies that cannabis is a powerful pain relief, but it'll tale years of research before there is a straight answer.
Sent by PrincessTeePee,Nov 1, 2016
Well I found this very interesting...

Marijuana was first used for medicinal purposes in 2737 B.C. It was classified as a legitimate medical compound in the US in 1851, but it was later criminalized in 1937 against the advice of the American Medical Association. There are testimonials from individuals that claim marijuana can allegedly shrink tumors and cure illnesses like Crohn's disease (which can sometimes lead one to have to use a colostomy bag).

Aside from major illnesses, marijuana has been able to help with a wide range of psychological problems, probably most notably is PTSD. If marijuana were legal these individuals would be able to avoid life-long maintenance medications and highly addictive pills like Xanax. This is also interesting, if you quit Xanax abruptly after prolonged use it can actually kill you. The same is true from longtime alcoholics that try to cut alcohol cold-turkey. Marijuana will not kill you if you quit abruptly, however. Also there are no records of death by marijuana overdose (you can't say the same for legal alcohol or doctor prescribed pills like Xanax). Marijuana is far from a highly dangerous drug when you compare it to some of the pharmaceuticals pushed by physicians.

It is crazy that we have a very applicable and useful substance that puts individuals behind bars regularly. However, a substance like alcohol that has proven to be physically addictive and capable of causing death by overdose is not criticized nearly as much. If marijuana were widely legal it could save lives in more ways than one, both medically and criminally as less individuals would be imprisoned. I can understand reservations about the use of marijuana because it is illegal as it stands now but it was not always like that and there are many misconceptions surrounding it.
Sent by craycrayaye,Nov 1, 2016

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