Why marijuana should never be made legal

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Post by Lightning Bolt »

LEGALIZE IT!!

You're not gonna sell me on pot causing failure, when you ALREADY have legal, more addictive drugs... ALCOHOL & CIGARETTES
ruining and ending plenty of young lives on their own.

Sorry, but I think that the absence of parenting at critical social development stage of middle and high school years
is a greater risk to the future success of today's kids.
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MelliJellyBean wrote:it only too me 6 years to graduate college.
Was that so you could keep getting student tickets to the football games? :wink:
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Post by MelliJellyBean »

BahamaBreeze wrote:
MelliJellyBean wrote:it only too me 6 years to graduate college.
Was that so you could keep getting student tickets to the football games? :wink:
well kinda..it was so I could still be in the WVU marching band and perform at Notre Dame Stadium!

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Post by MelliJellyBean »

Lightning Bolt wrote:LEGALIZE IT!!

You're not gonna sell me on pot causing failure, when you ALREADY have legal, more addictive drugs... ALCOHOL & CIGARETTES
ruining and ending plenty of young lives on their own.

Sorry, but I think that the absence of parenting at critical social development stage of middle and high school years
is a greater risk to the future success of today's kids.
exactly. alchohol is much more detrimental to society.

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Post by sonofabeach »

& while they're at it, legalize prostitution!!!
um....not that I need one :oops:
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Post by citcat »

:o

I'm not sure how I feel on this subject.
On the one hand, it may cause the smoker to want bigger highs.

On the other hand, uh....I forget.






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:-? chocolate malt please..

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Post by Wino you know »

KEEP IT ILLEGAL, AND YOU BOZOS WHO SMOKE THAT CRAP, KEEP RIGHT ON SMOKING IT!!!

And thank you for keeping me employed. :P :P :P

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Re: Why marijuana should never be made legal

Post by Skibo »

OceanCityGirl wrote:it's for our kids' sake.
I am the proud owner of three college students and one middle aged husband. If marijuana were legal people like this would see their chance at freedom. They would encourage their mothers and spouses to take up just a little tiny bit of this. Once given a substance that would let me forget trying to enforce a curfew, worrying about my kids grades at college, attempting to nudge my hubby in for a check-up, stressing over whether termites were hidden in my walls, if hair die causes cancer, whether I should be doing low carb or low fat, etc.. I don't think I would ever want to be without it. Moms everywhere would be the number one buyer.
Then teens and middle aged hubbies would rule. It would take an average of 8 years to graduate college while the students attempted careers as pro-skateboarders, explored their interest in middle eastern philosophy, and took up professional basket weaving. Every driveway would have either a motor cycle, a deluxe monstor rv or a boat. Laundry would become disposable and bedrooms would never be cleaned.
Thus it is in our national interest to keep this demon weed illegal for our children's sakes.
This sounds like a scene from Reefer Madness.

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Post by st.somewhere »

Think of all the people who depend on their illegal income from trafficking / dealing pot. If it became "legalized" they'd have to get real jobs! Think of the dealers man!! Think of the dealers!! :lol:

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Post by momsrule27 »

...and just think of all the money the government will make taxing pot -- hell we might just get out of the insane debt our allustrious leader has plunged us into ...

Imagine the signs:

BUSH for WEED!
Let's smoke ourselves out of debt!


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Post by CrznDnUS1 »

RinglingRingling wrote:
PartofthePhlock wrote:
RinglingRingling wrote:and if I run out of underroos in mid week when the days are long and the time between shifts is short: there is a fairly simple solution. :D

turn em inside out and wear em another week? :lol:
that's week three...
afte that you just turn them front to back.
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