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#10 - nexdemise (08/08/2014) [-]
If weed becomes legal in NYC, I will definitely invest into it. With all the ******* that will boom.
User avatar #20 - greenwithenvy (08/09/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Fun-Fact: homelessness rates in states that legalize weed actually grow at a large rate shortly after legalization.
User avatar #25 to #21 - greenwithenvy (08/09/2014) [-]
there are a lot more online, but they all cite this article.
The logic behind this is, if you're going to be homeless, might as well be homeless in a place where they can give you buds on the street instead of money.
User avatar #13 - konradkurze (08/08/2014) [+] (13 replies)
weed wouldnt be a problem if it wasnt for dickbrains who act like they have to smoke it literally everywhere

its bad enough we have to deal with the cancerous dicks smoking tobacco on the street without weed smoke out there too....and i dont care for holding my breath to take a piss because some stoner has to light up in the public toilets
#14 to #13 - theXsjados (08/08/2014) [-]
Public smoking laws still apply, so they can't light up indoors, and driving while high is considered driving under the influence.

And quite frankly stoners are gonna light up in bathrooms and **** anyways. They probably do it now more often than they would if it was legal because it's "edgy" and **** . If it were legal they'd go outside and do it like any other smoker.

At least if it's legal on the streets they can't get all 420 pride when they smell it in random places. Decriminalizing it bursts their "It's illegal so I'm cool for doing it" bubble, and kills some of the annoying bits of the ****** culture.
#44 - extremistcookie (08/09/2014) [-]
I guess its a budding industry
User avatar #2 - charagrin (08/08/2014) [+] (11 replies)
I just plain don't care. I think it is stupid that it is illegal, and I think it is stupid that you ******** can't shut up about it. Rape, murder, terrorism, starvation, homelessness, all exist in this country, but your weed is much more important. And that is fine, we all have things we like and believe in. I just plain wish ayone and everyone who spends money and time on making weed legal would die a horrible death screaming in agony, so that money and effort can be put towards more important **** first. Maybe we can talk about legalizing your weed after kids don't have to go to bed hungry.
#5 to #2 - mrlogical (08/08/2014) [-]
Where will the money for the important **** come from? Marijuana is a cash crop. The taxes the government makes could enable them to increase spending to reduce the issues you talked about. We talk about it all the time because to us it's so obvious yet the old ***** in power haven't died yet so we have to go along our daily lives as if something that gives us joy is a bad thing when it really isn't. The people in power are basically refusing money at this point and putting it in the hands of criminals. Solving country-wide poverty isn't possible at the moment, as seen by the fact that it exists, maybe with a helping hand from something that grows basically anywhere we could take a step in the right direction financially. The fact that poverty exists when military expenditure is so high for quite a few countries is astounding, yet people are going to continue to try and **** with everyone else because they're too closed-minded to realise that different beliefs doesn't mean people are bad, weed isn't the problem, people aren't even the problem, it's the fact that they don't see themselves as people, they see themselves as something better and go to war for **** all reason while people who enjoy marijuana and are willing to pay for it get shafted for no reason whatsoever. That's why it's a big deal for me personally, anyway, just my take on it.

tl;dr weed is a good thing for a country to have, people in power are ****
#45 - Imabur (08/09/2014) [-]
I bought 1000$ of PHOT and then they got suspended by the SEC for falsifying money records and came back and dropped about 80% in price, so yeah, don't play with penny stocks.
#41 - Ken M (08/09/2014) [+] (2 replies)
This might be super inaccurate. I didnt check though, but I live in ohio, and that **** isn't "decriminalized."

Maybe... I mean what is the definition of decriminalizing something?
User avatar #39 - leadstriker (08/09/2014) [-]
what the **** my state it's decriminalized ?? i've been waiting to smoke weed everyday for nothing??
#32 - Ken M (08/09/2014) [-]
you forgot Illinois
User avatar #22 - Sperit ONLINE (08/09/2014) [-]
tfw i told my dad it was a good investment but he didn't wanna look like a stonier
he bought twitter instead
User avatar #19 - loganmadder (08/08/2014) [+] (4 replies)
What does 'decriminalized possession of cannabis' even mean?
User avatar #1 - Trrave (08/08/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I might be a bit more inclined to think this has a grain of truth in it if I were able to read the notation at the bottom.
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