listen.. you addicts go on this forum ranting about how "good" all you potheads are.<quoted text>
Sounds like maybe you had a bad experience with people being less than honest. To label all marijuana smokers as thieves and idiots because of a few examples you've witnessed isn't fair in my opinion. I have never cheated anyone nor have I dictated how they should live their lives. When I started working in a factory in Cincinnati, Ohio back in the early 70's, I was allowed to bring my car (for music) and bong pipe (sitting on the hood) into the factory because I always tripled production on the machinery I ran and the quality was "top notch" as they put it.
I was raised to not be lazy and work to earn my living. I was promoted to supervisor quickly and retired after 22 years with the company. I smoked marijuana every day while working there and they knew it and always said that it amazed them how I could do that. Marijuana affects everyone differently so I can see how you may have had a bad experience with some people. I believe that if you are lazy and dishonest, smoking marijuana will not improve on that very much. Now my wife and I run three businesses and I still smoke marijuana every day, i'm 62. Life is good especially when you know how to take advantage of the herbs that God gave us.
and then, when I counter your image with bad examples, you tell me that I can't categorize all potheads the same?
fact is... there are more bad potheads then there are good potheads. that is why there is a LAW on the books. get it, genius?
marijuana is bad for society. potheads break the laws when they see fit because in their mind the law doesn't apply to them.
that means every pothead is a criminal by current law.
if they are so sincere about being law abiding citizens, they would try to vote the law down. but no, they rather break the law whenever they see fit.
frankly, if this frame of mind spreads, nobody is going to listen to the laws anymore...maybe I will go rob a pothead just for the hell of it. what's wrong with that?
hey. if they don't want to follow the laws, why should I?