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subaqueousreach

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Date Signed Up:3/19/2012
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#89 - Bring unable to communicatr your thoughts in a way that people…  [+] (1 reply) 10/21/2016 on Nice guy Ronaldo. 0
#93 - anon (10/21/2016) [-]
>said while making several typos
I shittalk because I care.
As a foreigner with pretty good English skills (if I can say so myself), I know that it can be hard to articulate your thoughts in a language that isn't your own, and I know that not everyone has the same opportunities to learn other languages (or a knack for it).
With that said, I feel that if you want to interview someone in their native tongue, you should have at least a decent grasp on in. [spoiler] I'll teach you to pronounce the silent "w", you goddamn failure[spoiler]
A completely different story would be posting on the Internet. When you have time to check if you're writing stuff right and consult a dictionary, it's inexcusable and you can shove your "sorry for poor grammar, not a native speaker" right up your asses.
#101 - Looking at the same page: "Several research stud…  [+] (1 reply) 10/20/2016 on just quit smoking 0
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#103 - liero (10/20/2016) [-]
they encourage it not because it actually treats the cancer, but rather that it gives you appetite during chemotherapy.

and the not abusing thing can also apply for cigarettes, you'll most likely not get cancer from smoking a celebratory cigarette every now and then or lighting up a fat cigar every summer, so it's asinine to claim that all weed does is make you feel "a little floaty for a few hours" when they've actually found carcinogens in cannabis, as the article points out.

and carcinogens are by definition cancer-causing substances.
#97 - Mind citing some sources about marijuana causing cancer? Becau…  [+] (3 replies) 10/20/2016 on just quit smoking 0
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#98 - liero (10/20/2016) [-]
www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancers-in-general/cancer-questions/does-smoking-cannabis-cause-cancer

"Several research studies have shown a link between cannabis and cancer."
"Cannabis smoke contains many of the same cancer causing substances (carcinogens) as tobacco - at least 50 of them."
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#101 - subaqueousreach (10/20/2016) [-]
Looking at the same page:

"Several research studies have shown a link between cannabis and cancer. But other studies have shown no link. This makes it difficult to say exactly what the risk is."

This is the full quote. Don't cherry pick and call it fact.

And you also didn't seem to notice how I worded my initial comment:

"As long as you don't abuse it"

Obviously if you're smoking several time a day the way most people smoke cigarettes, you're going to do some serious damage to your system. Regardless there's no concrete evidence that relates smoking cannabis to causing cancer. Its a possibility, yes, but considering many medical practitioners encourage its use when treating cancer, I'm inclined to believe there's little correlation between the two.
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#103 - liero (10/20/2016) [-]
they encourage it not because it actually treats the cancer, but rather that it gives you appetite during chemotherapy.

and the not abusing thing can also apply for cigarettes, you'll most likely not get cancer from smoking a celebratory cigarette every now and then or lighting up a fat cigar every summer, so it's asinine to claim that all weed does is make you feel "a little floaty for a few hours" when they've actually found carcinogens in cannabis, as the article points out.

and carcinogens are by definition cancer-causing substances.
#72 - Cigarettes are bad because they cause cancer. Everything costs…  [+] (5 replies) 10/20/2016 on just quit smoking -2
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#93 - liero (10/20/2016) [-]
I'm all for legalization of weed worldwide but dude...
weed causes cancer too, don't come with that bull, cannabis has more carcinogens than tobacoo and burns at a way higher temperature
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#97 - subaqueousreach (10/20/2016) [-]
Mind citing some sources about marijuana causing cancer? Because every time I've looked for links between cannabis and cancer its come up negative.
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#98 - liero (10/20/2016) [-]
www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancers-in-general/cancer-questions/does-smoking-cannabis-cause-cancer

"Several research studies have shown a link between cannabis and cancer."
"Cannabis smoke contains many of the same cancer causing substances (carcinogens) as tobacco - at least 50 of them."
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#101 - subaqueousreach (10/20/2016) [-]
Looking at the same page:

"Several research studies have shown a link between cannabis and cancer. But other studies have shown no link. This makes it difficult to say exactly what the risk is."

This is the full quote. Don't cherry pick and call it fact.

And you also didn't seem to notice how I worded my initial comment:

"As long as you don't abuse it"

Obviously if you're smoking several time a day the way most people smoke cigarettes, you're going to do some serious damage to your system. Regardless there's no concrete evidence that relates smoking cannabis to causing cancer. Its a possibility, yes, but considering many medical practitioners encourage its use when treating cancer, I'm inclined to believe there's little correlation between the two.
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#103 - liero (10/20/2016) [-]
they encourage it not because it actually treats the cancer, but rather that it gives you appetite during chemotherapy.

and the not abusing thing can also apply for cigarettes, you'll most likely not get cancer from smoking a celebratory cigarette every now and then or lighting up a fat cigar every summer, so it's asinine to claim that all weed does is make you feel "a little floaty for a few hours" when they've actually found carcinogens in cannabis, as the article points out.

and carcinogens are by definition cancer-causing substances.