And they say marijuana is bad.. .. Alrighty, some may not believe me on this but I'll say it anyway. I am a cop in a city of 300K (roughly). I don't have a problem with marijuana itself only the



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#49 - tyroneisanigger (04/24/2014) [+] (130 replies)
Alrighty, some may not believe me on this but I'll say it anyway.
I am a cop in a city of 300K (roughly). I don't have a problem with marijuana itself only the people that use it, I mean the hardcore stoners. These types of people only sell marijuana daily and that's how they pay their rent and bills and whatnot. I will admit, the people I usually arrest for marijuana are lazy people. They shout "It's not even that bad!" when getting arrested. Though I agree with that, that wont stop me from shoving you in the back of a car and taking you to a jail. They also smell awful, I literally use about 1/4 fabreeze in the back of the car I use when I am on duty to mask the odor.
Also, most stoners have the " **** the police" type of attitude which only makes cops want to arrest them a little more, perhaps add an extra charge of disorderly if they are yelling in public on the way to the cop car?
I believe it will be legal within my lifetime, but until then it;s still illegal, and I will not give any breaks for it.

pic related, Yfw reading my comment.
#33 - darktrace (04/24/2014) [+] (2 replies)
#22 - anonymous (04/24/2014) [+] (4 replies)
marijuana prohibition actually creates alot of jobs for the goverment.
Especially DEA
#35 to #22 - anonmynous ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
and cancer creates a lot of jobs in the medical industry. Cancer for everybody!
User avatar #8 - wcpapier (04/24/2014) [+] (11 replies)
Randy Marsh talk about marijuana

my only problem with weed

User avatar #2 - TheHutchie (04/23/2014) [+] (20 replies)
This is probably the most effective pro-cannabis argument I've seen here yet.

It's shocking how much money it costs to prohibit a substance which is no more addictive or dangerous than eating breadsticks, just because "it's a gateway drug".
#146 - swagbro (04/24/2014) [+] (5 replies)
marijuana is disgusting
marijuana is disgusting
#152 to #146 - faperto (04/24/2014) [-]
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#42 - soundofwinter ONLINE (04/24/2014) [+] (12 replies)
How about we also legalize more than just weed?
Why is it so simple for all of you to decide that weed is (mostly) safe and even if you think it isn't you still support legalization because the drug war is a sham. Yet, if someone brings up another drug (even one that's safer than cannabis i.e. MDMA or LSD) a large majority of people suddenly switch over to prohibition to "reduce harm" due to them already knowing that it doesn't work? Not to mention how well decriminalization has fared in Portugal.
User avatar #88 - turdmurpson (04/24/2014) [+] (6 replies)
we all know prohibition never works
User avatar #73 - PubLandlord (04/24/2014) [+] (16 replies)
This is how easily stats can be manipulated for example

Legalising weed may save money on drug enforcement and bring in revenue through tax. so a benefit

But then you have to look at the negative effects as well. More people smoking could result in more smoking related illnesses, weed being a gateway drug could lead to more people abusing other substances, so the cost of enforcing those drugs goes up, along with potential crime rates as well.

However crime rates may go down because weed tax revenue is now not in the hands of dealers. But then you could view that " like with alcohol and alcoholics) a proportion of people will become dependent on weed and so won't work as hard, may need to resort to illegal practices to fund their dependence.

Let me make it clear I am not pro or against the legalisation because I really don't know enough about the argument, but with something like the weed legalisation there are so many factors and its asinine to say: it costs the whole government $40 mil then talk about a states tax revenue without considering other factors
User avatar #77 to #73 - cannabisexplain (04/24/2014) [-]
One thing I have to point out, the gateway theory is actually caused by it being illegal, it is harder for teens to get alcohol than weed, because if it's illegal they have to get it from a dealer, and if they are buying from a dealer, that he will probably have OTHER illegal drugs as well.
Dealers don't care if they sell a kid Meth or coke.
A guy behind a counter, DOES.

Regulate it like Alcohol (stricter) and this won't be as bad of a problem.
#255 - heartlessstoner (04/24/2014) [+] (12 replies)
I smoke, Because I want to.   
I'm not pushing it on anyone.   
Let me be happy, doing what makes me happy.   
i'll do me,    
And you can do you.
I smoke, Because I want to.
I'm not pushing it on anyone.
Let me be happy, doing what makes me happy.
i'll do me,
And you can do you.

User avatar #3 - almightybenjamin (04/23/2014) [+] (19 replies)
you know there other issues to be concerned about with legalizing pot other than saving money.
User avatar #9 to #4 - fyaq (04/24/2014) [-]
12 year olds will have nothing to talk about
#257 - mastersaturday (04/24/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Yes, because that's why everyone wants weed to be legal.
#140 - effort (04/24/2014) [+] (4 replies)
#177 to #140 - kaboomz (04/24/2014) [-]
and its not even a culture

weed for medicinal purposes is acceptable
weed for "le blaze it lelelelelele" its just pure faggotry
#253 - morelazors (04/24/2014) [-]
These comments.
User avatar #241 - heartbleed ONLINE (04/24/2014) [+] (10 replies)
Say, being a Canadian, could I go down to Colorado or Seattle When Seattle get's it's **** together. and try weed legally?
User avatar #240 - newsuperyoshi (04/24/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Every dollar spent on the war on drugs is a dollar not spent of developing & domesticating cat girls.
User avatar #123 - localbees (04/24/2014) [-]
Shut up stoners, no one cares.
#301 - knightra (04/24/2014) [-]
There the analogy of the house cat being freed and able to go outside then quickly coming back in, I think the same applies to marijuana prohibition, the day it got legal in some places they were literally sold out but after a while people will get tired of the hype and see weed as they do beer.
#275 - kanadetenshi (04/24/2014) [+] (2 replies)
#71 - honkitonk (04/24/2014) [+] (6 replies)
20 billion yeah? if you go out inventing numbers and **** , keep your feet on the ground. srsly do you know how much money that is? how do you explain it being spent? cops buying gold bullions and throwing them at dealers? also 40 million isn't really that much. the figure: 40.000.000 to pic related: its one billion in 100 dollar stacks.
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