California Proposition 19: the Mariju...

California Proposition 19: the Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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Kravitz

West Covina, CA

#16967 Feb 8, 2014
Go with the flow and put your cramp-ons in the cell.

Since: Sep 10

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#16968 Feb 9, 2014
God wrote:
<quoted text>
No I'm not; I'm dead. You're just stoned.
If dead implies not-good, then good implies not-dead. So good people are immortal. Nice! Thanks God!
Season

West Covina, CA

#16969 Feb 9, 2014
In door growing season goes all year long.
God

Sunnyvale, CA

#16970 Feb 9, 2014
Bruno24 wrote:
<quoted text>
If dead implies not-good, then good implies not-dead. So good people are immortal. Nice! Thanks God!
You're welcome, my son. I can see that you're not stoned. Either that or you've got some really good s*#t.
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#16971 Feb 9, 2014
well wrote:
<quoted text> you're an idiot. The myth of the "pusher man" tempting young children to ply his wares is virtually nonexistent in reality. The 1 in a 1000 drug dealers of any kind that do this are gangbangers and despised by all, including 999 of a 1000 users, your kid is more likely to get molested by his priest than pushed to sell or try drugs by anyone othr than their own peers. The only reason a pot dealer doesn't want legalization is because a store with a hundred different kinds of dank, even at higher prices, cuts into his business, even if he has fireweed, because he only has a couple to 3 or 4 kinds on hand. Any dealer that makes it past a month knows that quality and fair deals are the only way to stay in business without eventually getting shot or robbed, or even ratted out. You people with book educations on something you have zero first hnd knowledge of are why prohibition of pot ever happened. The first like you bought into the whole "reefer madness" hype and STARTED prohibition because of it, and have NEVER accepted the science that debunks the whole premise behind it. Nope, kiddies shouldn't smoke pot. NOBODY IS SAYING THEY SHOULD, not even your mythological "pusher". You're right that prohibition feeds illegal activity, but bass ackwards on why anyone ever began it.
well.

Yours is an argument that is regularly made. I don't know the benefits of illegal mind rotting pot because I never tried it. Even so, I cannot help but be reminded that CVS yielded to Big Government pressure to quit selling beneficial tobacco products, while at the same time it continues to to hook children and women on "sugar highs" by selling obesity related candy and soft drinks.

It has always been the dream of the zonked out dysfunctional 60s 70s era revolutionary generation and their idiot "love children" *(now in power)* to have Big Government use hard earned tax money to provide them "free" taxpayer funded pot. With the "legalization" of that noxious weed, that day may not be far off.

It is not beyond the realm of imagination to believe that CVS foresees the day when it will be able to make far more profits for its stockholders by selling taxpayer supplied pot that is paid for with tax moneys that are funneled through the various Government "health" schemes than they have ever made from the sale of tobacco products - the price of which is almost entirely Government tax.

Ronald
Mo Growers

West Covina, CA

#16974 Feb 9, 2014
California needs more growers.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#16976 Feb 9, 2014
Mo Growers wrote:
California needs more growers.
And not of the cartel-variety.
Mo Growers

West Covina, CA

#16978 Feb 10, 2014
Can't keep up with the demand either.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#16979 Feb 10, 2014
Mo Growers wrote:
Can't keep up with the demand either.
That's not true, except in Colo. where pot hit $400-$600 an Oz last few weeks, cuz they flat-out, went dry.......I had to toss Grand Daddy purple out the window last year cuz it got too old and couldn't get rid of it, too many growers, pot's almost free-to-worthless here.
Mo Growers

West Covina, CA

#16980 Feb 10, 2014
Still can't keep up with the demand either.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#16981 Feb 10, 2014
Um, yeah We can.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#16982 Feb 10, 2014
Mo Growers wrote:
Still can't keep up with the demand either.
There's NO demand for weed where I'm at because it's so common, and everyone either grows, or know someone who does.

Since: Nov 12

Sacramento, CA

#16983 Feb 10, 2014
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text>
well.
Yours is an argument that is regularly made. I don't know the benefits of illegal mind rotting pot because I never tried it. Even so, I cannot help but be reminded that CVS yielded to Big Government pressure to quit selling beneficial tobacco products, while at the same time it continues to to hook children and women on "sugar highs" by selling obesity related candy and soft drinks.
It has always been the dream of the zonked out dysfunctional 60s 70s era revolutionary generation and their idiot "love children" *(now in power)* to have Big Government use hard earned tax money to provide them "free" taxpayer funded pot. With the "legalization" of that noxious weed, that day may not be far off.
It is not beyond the realm of imagination to believe that CVS foresees the day when it will be able to make far more profits for its stockholders by selling taxpayer supplied pot that is paid for with tax moneys that are funneled through the various Government "health" schemes than they have ever made from the sale of tobacco products - the price of which is almost entirely Government tax.
Ronald
Ronald

I use pot for my pain in my joints, I don't and won't smoke it. It affects more of my body and very little of my mind. Maybe a little light headed if I use too much. With any herb or drug or whatever, there will be those that abuse it. Regarding CVS, I do agree with you. Do they really think they are helping those that smoke? Will it make any difference and if they are so concerned about our health, yes, why the sugar crap and also why the booze they sell? What will be the next sin for CVS?

Riccardo
Comb

West Covina, CA

#16985 Feb 10, 2014
Teamster Growers Union, 77 sunset strip is ready.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#16986 Feb 10, 2014
Comb wrote:
Teamster Growers Union, 77 sunset strip is ready.
Great, after You secure a building, lease, wiring, security, hydroponic/soil, lights, water, ferts, time & effort, and wasting 3-4 moths for what $1200-16/lb, You'll end-up giving pot away @$75/Oz, or worse...that breaks down to less than $2/hr pay, if that....yippy-skippy.
Scrwed u Feds

West Covina, CA

#16987 Feb 10, 2014
U.S. District Court judge David C. Bury handed down the sentence, 360 months with credit for time served.

The shootout erupted just north of the Arizona border city of Nogales as Osorio-Arellanes and four other men who are accused of sneaking into the country to rob marijuana smugglers approached Terry and three other agents who were targeting such rip-off crews.

Osorio-Arellanes was wounded in the shootout and was the only person arrested at the scene. Four other alleged rip-off crew members fled to Mexico. Two of the four are now in Mexican custody, while two others remain fugitives.

Osorio-Arellanes maintains he was not the shooter who killed Terry, and prosecutors agree that evidence supports his claim. Still, they say he is liable because he was a voluntary participant in the rip-off crew.

Two rifles bought by a gun-smuggling ring that was being monitored in the Fast and Furious investigation were found at the scene of the firefight, though authorities have declined to say whether the murder weapon in Terry's death was linked to a purchase from the investigation.
angela

Arroyo Grande, CA

#16988 Feb 10, 2014
Yes vote. . For many reasons.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#16989 Feb 10, 2014
Scrwed u Feds wrote:
U.S. District Court judge David C. Bury handed down the sentence, 360 months with credit for time served.
The shootout erupted just north of the Arizona border city of Nogales as Osorio-Arellanes and four other men who are accused of sneaking into the country to rob marijuana smugglers approached Terry and three other agents who were targeting such rip-off crews.
Osorio-Arellanes was wounded in the shootout and was the only person arrested at the scene. Four other alleged rip-off crew members fled to Mexico. Two of the four are now in Mexican custody, while two others remain fugitives.
Osorio-Arellanes maintains he was not the shooter who killed Terry, and prosecutors agree that evidence supports his claim. Still, they say he is liable because he was a voluntary participant in the rip-off crew.
Two rifles bought by a gun-smuggling ring that was being monitored in the Fast and Furious investigation were found at the scene of the firefight, though authorities have declined to say whether the murder weapon in Terry's death was linked to a purchase from the investigation.
Smelly Eskimo wanna-bes.

“Taste great in milk!”

Since: Aug 08

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#16990 Feb 10, 2014
angela wrote:
Yes vote.. For many reasons.
It does leave my breath minty-fresh.
Mints

West Covina, CA

#16991 Feb 11, 2014
Mitt's already to invest, big time in the stuff once it goes legal.

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