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“Peace Love”

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#22 Aug 29, 2012
Chip wrote:
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You didn't offer anything of substance to respond to other than an insult. The fact that your response is this just shows how narrow minded you really are.
Excuse me...you were the first to cast the insult stone.
As far as my response...if the thruth hurs, and it obviously does...so be it puppy.
Grow a pair and learn how debate and common conversation works.

While were at it...why don't you tell us why Hemp is also included as the same classification as Cannibus.

Situation Normal.
Chip

Chicago, IL

#23 Aug 29, 2012
Mr Wiggley wrote:
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Excuse me...you were the first to cast the insult stone.
As far as my response...if the thruth hurs, and it obviously does...so be it puppy.
Grow a pair and learn how debate and common conversation works.
While were at it...why don't you tell us why Hemp is also included as the same classification as Cannibus.
Situation Normal.
LOL Moron, you brought up pot first. Post 13. That is exactly why I brought it up, then you say it has nothing to do with the debate. Your correct I need to learn how to debate with complete morons, clearly we will never have a conversation of intellect, when you dispute facts and never present any facts of your own.
Mark

Rockford, MI

#24 Aug 31, 2012
St Stephen wrote:
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Half of the US population is on some kind of legal prescription medication, medications that have horrible side effects that out-weigh any benefits.
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yes, while the other half of us think, they are all stupid and don't wish to pay for their habits or their rehab. But in your wish for freedom, you would enslave everyone else to pay the friggin bill. Some idea of freedom.
Mark

Rockford, MI

#25 Sep 1, 2012
Today's marijuana is up to 1500 times more powerful than it was in the 1960's. A single joint is now capable of chemically lobotomizing someone for the rest of their life.

In 2008, 14,466 people in the United States overdosed on marijuana and died.

In 2009 it rose to 16,749 deaths by marijuana overdose.

By 2011 the number of Americans who died by marijuana overdose rose to 20,512.

Marijuana is not in the Constitution, therefore legalization of marijuana is unconstitutional.
Mark

Rockford, MI

#26 Sep 1, 2012
Mark wrote:
Today's marijuana is up to 1500 times more powerful than it was in the 1960's. A single joint is now capable of chemically lobotomizing someone for the rest of their life.
In 2008, 14,466 people in the United States overdosed on marijuana and died.
In 2009 it rose to 16,749 deaths by marijuana overdose.
By 2011 the number of Americans who died by marijuana overdose rose to 20,512.
Marijuana is not in the Constitution, therefore legalization of marijuana is unconstitutional.
Dude... Pick another name

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