Drug bust uncovers quarter-pound of m...

Drug bust uncovers quarter-pound of marijuana in Bartlesville home

There are 23 comments on the 2 Works For You story from Jan 19, 2010, titled Drug bust uncovers quarter-pound of marijuana in Bartlesville home. In it, 2 Works For You reports that:

A drug task force sting operation on a residence in Bartlesville on Saturday resulted in the arrest of two Bartlesville men and a Copan woman on a number of drug charges after officials found a quarter pound of marijuana.

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Abdulsgun

United States

#1 Jan 20, 2010
A Quarter pound? Now that'll keep at least one person from smoking; for a couple of days...

Since: Jan 10

Anna, IL

#2 Jan 20, 2010
I think that the illegalization of marijuana is retarded it has no more effects on the human body then drinking does actually it has less effects then drinking and you cant die from an overdose so everyone thats against it needs to be against the consumption of alcohol at least marijuana is natural.
Parks and Rec

Iowa City, IA

#3 Jan 20, 2010
Wow, a whole quarter pound? Probably ran the town dry for what... a whole 24 hrs maybe. Nice work! How much is that bill going to cost the taxpayers.
Jack Tup

Coffeyville, KS

#4 Jan 20, 2010
some random guy18 wrote:
I think that the illegalization of marijuana is retarded it has no more effects on the human body then drinking does actually it has less effects then drinking and you cant die from an overdose so everyone thats against it needs to be against the consumption of alcohol at least marijuana is natural.
Well said! Tax the sh!t out of it, like cigarettes and alcohol, and you could pay for Obama's health care!!!!!
Kat

Coffeyville, KS

#5 Jan 22, 2010
They should use this bust as a means to advertise the legalization of mj. For crying out loud how much time and money was spent on this bust and how much will be spent to prosicute for it? This is a joke! Instead of spending money conducting a bust for a whole quarter pound of mj and then the prosicution for it they should wake up and think of the money saved on this kind of nonsense and the tax revenues they could bring in if they would just legalize it. It's not like it's alcohol after all and with all the bad effects of that stuff you don't see them making it illegal, mj is much safer and is a natural substance the earth provides.
abdulzgun

United States

#6 Jan 22, 2010
Kat wrote:
They should use this bust as a means to advertise the legalization of mj. For crying out loud how much time and money was spent on this bust and how much will be spent to prosicute for it? This is a joke! Instead of spending money conducting a bust for a whole quarter pound of mj and then the prosicution for it they should wake up and think of the money saved on this kind of nonsense and the tax revenues they could bring in if they would just legalize it. It's not like it's alcohol after all and with all the bad effects of that stuff you don't see them making it illegal, mj is much safer and is a natural substance the earth provides.
The police state wants it illegal because it brings in big bucks for them and their agenda. When it is legal, it'll stop the war on poverty, and the WAR on drugs. most of all; the officers layed off wont be needed anymore.
crazy legs

United States

#7 Jan 22, 2010
Arsenic is also a natural substance the earth provides. Why don't you stoners smoke some of that and see how it works out for ya.
Melissa

Bartlesville, OK

#8 Jan 22, 2010
"Crazy legs" those "stoners" have more common sense than you and can discern between a highly toxic material and a non-hazardous one.

Following your logic: if you eat veggies why don't YOU go sprinkle them with arsenic. It's all "natural" and YOU cannot tell their effects apart.
crazy legs

United States

#9 Jan 23, 2010
Melissa wrote:
"Crazy legs" those "stoners" have more common sense than you and can discern between a highly toxic material and a non-hazardous one.
Following your logic: if you eat veggies why don't YOU go sprinkle them with arsenic. It's all "natural" and YOU cannot tell their effects apart.
Anyone thay would refer to marijuana as a non-hazardous substance is ignorant of scientific based medical facts and drug culture delusional. However, I personally am all for you burnouts continuing your drug abuse life style. With the job market the way it is it just leaves more jobs for people that can pass a drug screen. Plus, when your children reach school age it increases employment in the Secial Ed area.
abdulzbong

United States

#10 Jan 24, 2010
crazy legs wrote:
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Anyone thay would refer to marijuana as a non-hazardous substance is ignorant of scientific based medical facts and drug culture delusional. However, I personally am all for you burnouts continuing your drug abuse life style. With the job market the way it is it just leaves more jobs for people that can pass a drug screen. Plus, when your children reach school age it increases employment in the Secial Ed area.
Are you sipping on your shirley temple while throwing out that propaganda. Do you honestly think that you are enlightning us with such dribble. Old school hippies who smoked their minds to a blurrrrrr while young are running the fricken country NOW; I'd suggest you read a little more than "scientific studies" that are paid for by the drug industry that wants a negative outcome for the harmless weed that you nuts are so afraid of..
Parks and Rec

Iowa City, IA

#11 Jan 25, 2010
crazy legs wrote:
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Anyone thay would refer to marijuana as a non-hazardous substance is ignorant of scientific based medical facts and drug culture delusional. However, I personally am all for you burnouts continuing your drug abuse life style. With the job market the way it is it just leaves more jobs for people that can pass a drug screen. Plus, when your children reach school age it increases employment in the Secial Ed area.
The scientific fact that it has cured cancer? Or the fact that it has never caused a single case of cancer, emphysema, or brown lung? How about the scientific fact that zero deaths have been directly attributed to cannabis? You mean those scientific facts?
eaw

Bartlesville, OK

#12 Feb 4, 2010
what they didnt post was theywere also busted for selling meth right down the street from the school and my house. But im all for legalizing the green.
repoed2

United States

#13 Mar 22, 2010
I think legalizing it will lessen the use of it-I'm
not for it or against it (do your own thing, IMO), but I think part of the thrill is that someone is telling you NOT to do it-the "wrong" factor in it adds to the desire to do it
I personally don't want it to be legalized because of the cultural aspects that are present when it is illegal-if it were to be legal , all of those aspects that I like (the lingo, the "pothead" stereotype, the funny stories people tell about almost getting caught) would soon fade away...
bongalonggggg

Montréal, Canada

#14 Apr 5, 2010
haahahahahaha crazy legs got pwned.

“Try Being ACCOUNTABLE!”

Since: Dec 09

Kansas, FK OK

#15 Jun 19, 2010
Well having liveED in Bartlesville for 37 years I can advise most that if there was 1/4 pound claimed by the Drug Task Force that there was most likely an actual pound. Robbie and some of the boys have drug habits themselves (not Nashville...rehab for cocaine addiction), setting people up while keeping a large portion of money, valuables and drugs from peoples homes, furnish drugs to judges and a portion held to plant on people (guilty or not) as well as for their own use. See if any f them will tell you about their parties at Short Creek or on the Deleware, OK Farm. Unless it is a personal vendetta or competition for their drug dealing relatives/friends of cops where there is financial gain and makes the D.A. look good they don't do crap about drug dealers yet they railroad innocent people into jail while they are doing worse themselves!!!
Meeker athiest

Frisco, TX

#16 Aug 17, 2010
onecrazyrat wrote:
Well having liveED in Bartlesville for 37 years I can advise most that if there was 1/4 pound claimed by the Drug Task Force that there was most likely an actual pound. Robbie and some of the boys have drug habits themselves (not Nashville...rehab for cocaine addiction), setting people up while keeping a large portion of money, valuables and drugs from peoples homes, furnish drugs to judges and a portion held to plant on people (guilty or not) as well as for their own use. See if any f them will tell you about their parties at Short Creek or on the Deleware, OK Farm. Unless it is a personal vendetta or competition for their drug dealing relatives/friends of cops where there is financial gain and makes the D.A. look good they don't do crap about drug dealers yet they railroad innocent people into jail while they are doing worse themselves!!!
Amen!!
Bville NORML member

United States

#17 Aug 18, 2010
Jack Tup wrote:
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Well said! Tax the sh!t out of it, like cigarettes and alcohol, and you could pay for Obama's health care!!!!!
The problem with the taxation argument for legalization is that there wont be much tax revenue. With cannibis legal, I would just sit back and grow all I need. Bypassing the government tax all together. It just needs to be legalized because it's not dangerous. There are so many more important things the government could spend the money on other than prosecuting and jailing marijuana users.

“Try Being ACCOUNTABLE!”

Since: Dec 09

Kansas, FK OK

#18 Aug 19, 2010
The drugs are partially only a foot in the door. They are after houses, cars and personal property that they can confiscate under forfiture and seizure to buy themselves new cars and full-auto M16's to sell themselves for $500. So if you are a drug dealer who owns nothing they will probably leave you alone!
Bville NORML member wrote:
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The problem with the taxation argument for legalization is that there wont be much tax revenue. With cannibis legal, I would just sit back and grow all I need. Bypassing the government tax all together. It just needs to be legalized because it's not dangerous. There are so many more important things the government could spend the money on other than prosecuting and jailing marijuana users.

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#19 Aug 19, 2010
Bville NORML member wrote:
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The problem with the taxation argument for legalization is that there wont be much tax revenue. With cannibis legal, I would just sit back and grow all I need. Bypassing the government tax all together. It just needs to be legalized because it's not dangerous. There are so many more important things the government could spend the money on other than prosecuting and jailing marijuana users.
I have to agree with my friend here. There isn't enough tax revenue for the tax arguement for legalization. It really should come down to the fact that it isn't dangerous and it is of great value to the medical field. For those interested in helping right an outdated law. Join your local NORML chapter. The 25th of September there is a gathering in Joplin Mo called the Cannabis Revival. There is more information on our national website. www.norml.org
Parks and Rec

Iowa City, IA

#20 Aug 24, 2010
Bville NORML member wrote:
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The problem with the taxation argument for legalization is that there wont be much tax revenue. With cannibis legal, I would just sit back and grow all I need. Bypassing the government tax all together. It just needs to be legalized because it's not dangerous. There are so many more important things the government could spend the money on other than prosecuting and jailing marijuana users.
Some would do this, others would choose to buy their cannabis. Not everyone wants to grow their own, just like not everyone wants to brew their own beer.

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