A BAG OF WEED?!. Give him the chair.. Guys, this is a serious topic. A couple of days ago, my cousin injected 4 marijuanas and snorted 3 more. He overdosed and is currently in the hospital on life s A BAG OF WEED?! Give him the chair Guys this is a serious topic couple of days ago my cousin injected 4 marijuanas and snorted 3 more He overdosed currently in hospital on life s
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #58 - tangentialrex
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Guys, this is a serious topic.

A couple of days ago, my cousin injected 4 marijuanas and snorted 3 more. He overdosed and is currently in the hospital on life support. The doctors say that they can't operate until this comment has 500+ green thumbs.

Thum dis if u cri errytim.
User avatar #60 to #58 - nadastress
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teers weld upp inn mi eies...
#65 to #58 - HOtaconE
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We have to save him!
#106 to #58 - enorus
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User avatar #119 to #58 - nighthit
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Liek Lil Wainz songg said Yolo yolo swag bitches watermelon swag swag, ur bro yolololo'd 2 much.
User avatar #132 to #119 - spartusee
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Where the hell did you hear that? That sounds awesome.
#72 to #58 - bitchplzzz
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it ez his fawlt for doing meth amplifier ampemenen
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#34 - xblueflamex
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This is not what happens at all. Not even close, most people who are caught with weed don't even get in trouble, stfu.

Pick related, it's the comment section.
User avatar #45 - bananarchy
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To be honest, weed and other drugs fund cartels and narco-terrorism.
You now what cartels do? They kill people.
Dozens. Every day.
I once stayed at a hotel in Mexico and the day we left the cartel decapitated 18 tourists near our hotel.
#49 to #45 - anon id: cfb81d5b
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You know why cartels have money. Cause weed is illegal here. Same thing happened with alcohol during prohibition. Look it up.
#50 to #45 - anon id: d9de7488
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weed is next to harmless...

the Cartels traffic Amfetamine, Cocaine and Heroin primarely...
because you can actually make big money from it since it's in powder form it is
much easier to cut it (mix it with non narcotics to increase the amount)
Pot is not profitable enough to commit murder for control of a street corner..

and saying you heard about a gangcrime in Mexico is like saying you heard they gamble in Las Vegas... it happens there...
User avatar #73 to #50 - ixcarnifexxi
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Weed is harmless. You'll lower chances of getting various types of diseases and even some cancers ( so I've read and heard on The Union-wicked weed documentary).
#134 to #45 - lamadrama
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So, you are saying the real terrorists are the citizens. My god so 9/11 was an inside job after all!
#104 to #45 - luizhsm
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STFU.
User avatar #107 to #104 - bananarchy
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Wow! Such a compelling argument!
User avatar #70 to #45 - ixcarnifexxi
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That's Mexico buddy. It's pretty ****** up there.
User avatar #54 to #45 - blergle
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You do realize the only reason for those cartels and gangs is because its illegal, right?

Do you know absolutely nothing of the alcohol prohibition? Or economics 101?

They'd be almost completely destroyed if weed was legalized since it constitutes so much of their revenue
#59 to #54 - terminalinfinity
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Yeah like Alcohol and the Mob. The prohibition has caused far more problems the drug.
User avatar #68 to #59 - shazmothree
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Portugal proves that legalizing drugs decreases crime dramatically
User avatar #81 to #68 - notpostingnotcomen
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wait... drugs are legal here? i thought it was just holand
User avatar #168 to #81 - blergle
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They aren't just legal. They're decriminalized. Big difference and much more beneficial.

Most all of the problems with tobacco were caused by it becoming legalized rather than just being decriminalized, like it was before. The difference is that when something is legalized it is taxed and regulated, which creates monopoly and a similar strain on supply and demand as prohibition, which causes the consumers to demand cheaper products (even at the expense of quality), and causes the suppliers to demand a more stable consumer base (raising their incentive to create an addictive product).
User avatar #83 to #81 - notpostingnotcomen
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or whatever it's called in english, i really couldn't be bothered
#56 - sanepane
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THE COMFY CHAIR?!
#112 - rafikithenig
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This post makes me uneasy.

One sunny morning I was packing a one hitter to toke before running some errands and and my door got split in two and ten armed dudes come raging in and slam me to the ground. What did they find? Just a bag of weed.

My neighbor wrecked his motorcycle while he was drunk and got a nice fat disability check for it.

Anyone else see how ****** up these laws are?
#115 to #112 - captainwow
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Yeah, it's true. The only thing worse than the laws themselves are the people that blindly follow them just for being a law. They'll accept anything as fact as long as it's on paper and signed by the right people.
User avatar #124 to #115 - leanonwut
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As ******** as it may be, I still follow the law because I don't want to get ****** in the ass in prison
User avatar #125 to #124 - captainwow
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There's a lot of decriminalization going on nowadays, really full legality is only a few years away.
#79 - CopiousConcept
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In all seriousness, you can go to Federal Prison for having a big enough jar of flowers.
In all seriousness, you can go to Federal Prison for having a big enough jar of flowers.





User avatar #103 - FoxFatal
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Well here's the thing. I've got a bowl of weed right in front of me, and after seeing this post, I feel the need to clarify. Not everyone who smokes is all like "OMG 420YOLO lol". My little cousin posted some **** like that on her Facebook and I told her to take that ignorant **** down. I hate people like that. I smoke and it doesn't take my life away from me and i'm not "heyguise, i smoak wead so i r cool". It's just the fail-ass mentality of the stupid ass people who use it that make it seem so horrible.
#133 to #103 - chiefmartinbrody
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You're pretty bitchin', dude.
You're pretty bitchin', dude.
#26 - trollins
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I think that alcohol should be made illegal, or at least highly restricted. All it does is hold humans back, whether in the form of car crashes, are consuming someone's money through addiction.
I think that alcohol should be made illegal, or at least highly restricted. All it does is hold humans back, whether in the form of car crashes, are consuming someone's money through addiction.
User avatar #27 to #26 - zzzebror
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I disagree!















It is indeed true that car crashes, economic problems and just poor health may result due to using alchohol in the wrong way.
That does not mean that everytime someone drinks alchohol they crash their car and/or declare bankrupcy. It all depends on the individual drinking alchohol, the reason(s) for drinking and the environment he/she does said drinking in.
#42 to #26 - anon id: 965f0fdd
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I agree!
#123 to #26 - unfamous
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They tried that once and brought about the start of organized crime in America.
User avatar #92 to #26 - jakekel
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I disagree, but think that cigarettes should be, something that's purposely addicting and slowly kills you isn't something to be accepted
User avatar #48 to #26 - lolollo
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#32 to #26 - savvz
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If you ban alcohol, people will just make it themselves like they do with weed.

This kind of **** doesn't work. The government tried to ban alcohol last century and basically created organised crime.
#98 - bummerdrummer
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im not pro or anti marijuana, and im not pro or anti alcohol.

I think that the government shouldnt have any ******* business in what i put in MY body. period.
#172 to #98 - texafornication
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I completely agree. That is what America (not the government) is trying to work at; uncovering the secrets of the corruption in the American War on drugs, and how the government profits from it.
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User avatar #43 to #41 - yunablade
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-Have a go, Brian!

-As Mr. H.L. Mencken said, "The common man's a fool."

-And just like Helen Keller said, "Doof stoo gee nay foo tool."

-But try and use your heads and don't buy into all the fear.

HEY!
'Cuz all we need is a bag of weed
To make us wanna cheer!
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