Heavy marijuana use causes poor memor...
Iseestupidpeople

Grand Rapids, MI

#82 Dec 21, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps cigarettes smoking is more prevalent and users keep the habit longer than pot smokers....
Doctors say the THC in pot prohibits the growth of certain cancer cells. It's obviously no cancer cure but could explain the lack of lung cancer in heavy pot smokers.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Plymouth, MI

#83 Dec 21, 2013
Iseestupidpeople wrote:
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Doctors say the THC in pot prohibits the growth of certain cancer cells. It's obviously no cancer cure but could explain the lack of lung cancer in heavy pot smokers.
Should cure all cancer if THC is in the blood...... Are those doctors PHD's in Sociology or underwater basket weaving.......
pipedream

Grand Blanc, MI

#84 Dec 21, 2013
The only thing you seem to be qualified for is working 5 hrs a day at the drive thru line at the local Mickey Ds. The only way they let you do that is they felt sorry for you. Thank God for affirmative action eh Bitch boy?

Since: Oct 12

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#85 Dec 21, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps cigarettes smoking is more prevalent and users keep the habit longer than pot smokers....
From what i have found, marijuana is not even close to the addiction that cigarettes produce.....Alcohol and tobacco are decidedly more dangerous, so we need to eliminate the prohibition placed on marijuana.....Put the Mexican drug cartels outta that business, at least.....

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Since: Jan 09

the universe

#86 Dec 22, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> I hope i don't come off as anti-smoking, but am well aware of the damage and breathing problems, that many years of smoking can cause. I just haven't ever seen any real evidence that marijuana causes any really harsh medical problems........cigarettes and alcohol seem much worse, so i think the time has come to stop the prohibition on pot.....at least make it so that some taxes are collected and that the Mexicans aren't making the profits.....
What needs to happen is we need to get the politics out of MJ all laws pertaining to MJ use should trashed (just a dream) let people grow their use how we see fit like tomatoes and cucumbers its just another crop of vegetation. It does not need to be regulated or taxed just leave people alone, but there are so many self righteous politicians and law enforcement agencies that like interfering in peoples lives they ignore real problems like poverty, homelessness and jobs. I
Phil

Oxford, MI

#87 Dec 22, 2013
Shoeless Eluder wrote:
<quoted text>What needs to happen is we need to get the politics out of MJ all laws pertaining to MJ use should trashed (just a dream) let people grow their use how we see fit like tomatoes and cucumbers its just another crop of vegetation. It does not need to be regulated or taxed just leave people alone, but there are so many self righteous politicians and law enforcement agencies that like interfering in peoples lives they ignore real problems like poverty, homelessness and jobs. I
To bad you potheads don't say the same about guns
Go bears

United States

#88 Dec 22, 2013
Phil wrote:
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To bad you potheads don't say the same about guns
Too bad you gun nuts don't say the same thing about pot!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#89 Dec 22, 2013
Phil wrote:
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To bad you potheads don't say the same about guns
We do....i will forever defend your ...Right To Smoke Your Guns.....lol....
Phil

Oxford, MI

#90 Dec 22, 2013
Go bears wrote:
<quoted text>Too bad you gun nuts don't say the same thing about pot!
Us law abiding gun owner are to busy protecting and and defending our family's from all you criminal drug abusers and thieves.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Hart, MI

#91 Dec 23, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> From what i have found, marijuana is not even close to the addiction that cigarettes produce.....Alcohol and tobacco are decidedly more dangerous, so we need to eliminate the prohibition placed on marijuana.....Put the Mexican drug cartels outta that business, at least.....
I am familiar with your argument..... I agree..... The cartels though would produce more opiates and meth....

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#92 Dec 23, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>I am familiar with your argument..... I agree..... The cartels though would produce more opiates and meth....
Batch, at least the Mexican's would be outta the marijuana business....Opiates don't come from that area and meth can be produced by anyone, that really wants to.....Don't you think it is finally time to get past this antiquated marijuana prohibition, gay marriage, and quit restricting a woman's right to her own reproduction.....and get on with curing all the other needs for this country?
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Hart, MI

#93 Dec 23, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Batch, at least the Mexican's would be outta the marijuana business....Opiates don't come from that area and meth can be produced by anyone, that really wants to.....Don't you think it is finally time to get past this antiquated marijuana prohibition, gay marriage, and quit restricting a woman's right to her own reproduction.....and get on with curing all the other needs for this country?
Having pinched users and mules, I agree. Companies will still have a right to screen medically all applicants and random test current employees...... Business will still have the final say if they want people in their place to be heavy users.

Since: Oct 12

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#94 Dec 23, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Having pinched users and mules, I agree. Companies will still have a right to screen medically all applicants and random test current employees...... Business will still have the final say if they want people in their place to be heavy users.
Exactly.....plus, at the cost in job losses...lol...it would take the seedy side of drug dealing outta the alleys and street corners of the ghetto and the innercity.....Win-Win.....
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Plymouth, MI

#95 Dec 23, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Exactly.....plus, at the cost in job losses...lol...it would take the seedy side of drug dealing outta the alleys and street corners of the ghetto and the innercity.....Win-Win.....
Don't forget the potential for a 100% tax for the sin...... More money for the States!!!!!!

Since: Oct 12

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#96 Dec 23, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>Don't forget the potential for a 100% tax for the sin...... More money for the States!!!!!!
Only if alcohol and cigarettes are already taxed that high.....they should all be taxed the same......Must be 18 or over to buy, or do you disagree?
Sassy

Grand Rapids, MI

#97 Dec 23, 2013
I totally agree with you, even though I don't like what it does to me personally from past experience over 30 years ago. I know many people that just use it sometimes and I have been passed the MJ many times and just pass it on to the next person w/o taking any of it. That has been a long time too, but I remember it. MJ, is up there with abortion, Gay rights, etc. for the self righteous that just want to but into others lives. Let people choose for themselves. Live and let live.
Shoeless Eluder wrote:
<quoted text>What needs to happen is we need to get the politics out of MJ all laws pertaining to MJ use should trashed (just a dream) let people grow their use how we see fit like tomatoes and cucumbers its just another crop of vegetation. It does not need to be regulated or taxed just leave people alone, but there are so many self righteous politicians and law enforcement agencies that like interfering in peoples lives they ignore real problems like poverty, homelessness and jobs. I

“Where I came from”

Since: Jan 09

the universe

#98 Dec 24, 2013
Phil wrote:
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To bad you potheads don't say the same about guns
Wow you have made a terrible assumption..
Phil

Oxford, MI

#99 Dec 24, 2013
Shoeless Eluder wrote:
<quoted text>Wow you have made a terrible assumption..
Judging by how long it took for someone to respond as you did it must not of been that far off. Ha, ha, lol!
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Fenton, MI

#100 Dec 24, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Only if alcohol and cigarettes are already taxed that high.....they should all be taxed the same......Must be 18 or over to buy, or do you disagree?
21 years old and I agree........ I gave up smoking 25 years ago and don't drink often........ May go back to brewing my own beer from scratch.......

Since: Oct 12

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#101 Dec 24, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>21 years old and I agree........ I gave up smoking 25 years ago and don't drink often........ May go back to brewing my own beer from scratch.......
That is funny timing...i just finished a pack of Kool 100's yesterday....first cigarettes in 6 months.....just figured Santa would'nt want me deprived during the holidays...lol....The reason for 18, being the same 18 in the military equation....it was my brother's argument for alcohol, on his way to Vietnam......Do you know how to make hard cider or apple ale?....

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