He had marijuana to 'celebrate' new l...

He had marijuana to 'celebrate' new laws in other states

There are 224 comments on the Herald-Citizen story from Nov 14, 2012, titled He had marijuana to 'celebrate' new laws in other states. In it, Herald-Citizen reports that:

A man who got caught with marijuana here allegedly told police he was only celebrating the recent legalization of that drug in two other states.

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sriracha

Chicago, IL

#83 Nov 21, 2012
TTH wrote:
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Glad your aunt found some relief from her condition. Be aware that far more effective and legal therapies were/are available.
(Citation Needed)
sriracha

Chicago, IL

#84 Nov 21, 2012
TTH wrote:
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In reading your reply, can I assume you would be in favor of eliminating public assistance for people who cannot maintain employment due to drug use? Legalization would not eliminate the issue of operating equipment, driving etc., while under the influence. Or would you prefer to reward those who want to sit at home smoke pot and talk to the pretty flowers? LOL
With the stipulation of eliminating public assistance to users I would even go along with legalization if we could segregate users in our schools from the kids with a future. It is entirely unfair to allow the kids who are bent on failure thru drug use from impacting the education of the kids who are trying to achieve.
You know, alcohol is legal, but it's somehow still illegal to drive under the influence. This, of course, would clearly not work for marijuana, because __________ Can you fill in the blank for me?

You do realize that marijuana doesn't leave you permanently stoned, right? Honestly, it seems like you might not know this, seeing how you constantly conflate marijuana use with some sort of permanently impaired state.
mehreally

Cookeville, TN

#85 Nov 21, 2012
sriracha wrote:
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(Citation Needed)
None without fatal side effects....

sriracha wrote:
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You know, alcohol is legal, but it's somehow still illegal to drive under the influence. This, of course, would clearly not work for marijuana, because __________ Can you fill in the blank for me?
You do realize that marijuana doesn't leave you permanently stoned, right? Honestly, it seems like you might not know this, seeing how you constantly conflate marijuana use with some sort of permanently impaired state.
Ya know he's really really ignorant. He already ASSumes that majority of these on the draw are potheads... Hes a moron... They already drug test these on the draw... But really imho it shouldn't even be considered a "drug"...

It's technically a "herb" and you don't see any other herbs in class 1 with the other actually fatal drugs.

Ya can't fix stupid.
TTH

Manchester, TN

#86 Nov 21, 2012
"Ya can't fix stupid." - mehreally

On this we can absolutely agree. This guarantees pot usage will continue, you have little to worry about.

Happy Thanksgiving Folks
Stoopid

Crossville, TN

#87 Nov 21, 2012
TTH wrote:
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Glad your aunt found some relief from her condition. Be aware that far more effective and legal therapies were/are available.
Did you even read the link they posted? "Compared to currently approved drugs prescribed for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, THC is [...] considerably superior..."
TTH

Manchester, TN

#88 Nov 21, 2012
Stoopid wrote:
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Did you even read the link they posted? "Compared to currently approved drugs prescribed for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, THC is [...] considerably superior..."
Yes I did and I will quote an excerpt from said paper.

"and this study provides a previously unrecognized molecular mechanism through which cannabinoid molecules MAY directly impact the progression of this debilitating disease."

Please note the use of the word may in the excerpt. That may is very important. It means the theory is unproven.
Stoopid

Crossville, TN

#89 Nov 22, 2012
TTH wrote:
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Please note the use of the word may in the excerpt. That may is very important. It means the theory is unproven.
Reading comprehension fail. In context, it means that they knew it worked but they didn't know /how/ it worked. Also, learn to recognize that you are only reading the introductory abstract of a seven page summary of a 12 year study.
TTH

Manchester, TN

#90 Nov 22, 2012
Understand that I realize you are looking to justify the practice of recreational drug use. Your position in and of itself is baseless and without merit. The theory remains unproven. Your "reading in" of what you want to see changes nothing.

BTW your use of "fail" is incorrect. I have a very real education and can communicate properly. Fail is a verb not a noun. Your youth is now very apparent and your lack of ability to cope in the adult world without drug use is now very apparent. As I have said many times before, go suck on your doobie. I will be ok and eventually you will take care of yourself or someone else will, changing your diaper in the nursing home far too early.
sriracha

Atlanta, GA

#91 Nov 22, 2012
TTH wrote:
BTW your use of "fail" is incorrect. I have a very real education and can communicate properly. Fail is a verb not a noun.
epic fail
TTH

Manchester, TN

#92 Nov 22, 2012
Epic failure would probably describe many of your grades, I would think. Again, go suck on your doobie, I seriously doubt anyone expects much else of you.
mehreally

Cookeville, TN

#93 Nov 22, 2012
TTH wrote:
Understand that I realize you are looking to justify the practice of recreational drug use. Your position in and of itself is baseless and without merit. The theory remains unproven. Your "reading in" of what you want to see changes nothing.
BTW your use of "fail" is incorrect. I have a very real education and can communicate properly. Fail is a verb not a noun. Your youth is now very apparent and your lack of ability to cope in the adult world without drug use is now very apparent. As I have said many times before, go suck on your doobie. I will be ok and eventually you will take care of yourself or someone else will, changing your diaper in the nursing home far too early.
Years of research and studies all gone to trash just cause you say so? If your so educated how come you ASSume these that do it are on the draw or even will need assitance in changing their depends when they're in the nursing home early??? WTF??? All your points and replies are totally baseless. Treating every poster like a child as well?

FAIL ffs. Your a hardas$ mor0n. Everyone has posted points and some were valid by todays standards, but you have spewed nothing but nay nay nay... Along with NOTHING to back up your claims of ignorant BS. But yes you HAVE to have the "last say" on anything right?

Cause your the expert with a education right? No one else is educated in this thread JUST you??? LMAO mmmk I get it... Must really suck to be you!!!! Hardas$ Failure with no life at all...
mehreally

Cookeville, TN

#94 Nov 22, 2012
sriracha wrote:
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epic fail
My thoughts excatly he must be a old fart that never got on with the way things really have changed these days.. Still in his little world... So ignorant and blind to changes etc...
TTH

Manchester, TN

#95 Nov 22, 2012
Your accusations are comical. Bare in mind, you will look back on your youth in just a few years and laugh at yourself and the foolishness of your youthful views. After a few years when you have watched several of your drug using friends lowered into their grave your views will change. Yes I have a very real education but perhaps more importantly I have learned common sense that only comes with experience. For that you still have much work to do.

Happy Thanksgiving all.
mehreally

Cookeville, TN

#97 Nov 22, 2012
TTH wrote:
Your accusations are comical. Bare in mind, you will look back on your youth in just a few years and laugh at yourself and the foolishness of your youthful views. After a few years when you have watched several of your drug using friends lowered into their grave your views will change. Yes I have a very real education but perhaps more importantly I have learned common sense that only comes with experience. For that you still have much work to do.
Happy Thanksgiving all.
Hahaha I do know and see that drugs kill... There's a wide variety of drugs out there today. Duh... Meth, coke, cigs and even pills and narcos given to people by doctors do certainly kill them but as I effing mentioned early on it depends on the person. If the person was stupid to begin with then there's no hope regardless of the drug he chose to roll with.

Does it sound like common sense to keep a plain ole herb that's never KILLED someone illegal for decades? Even after there's been countless attempts in congress to legalize it since like the 70s? Even before that too.. But of course not you don't care about these details as you seem to have took the line about how it kills and makes people worship the devil or even move onto harsher drugs. Which is a complete load of BS.

I've been tokin for 20 years I haven't died nor moved on to other drugs. I can go months without it without a issue. Even a few years... So really is it addictive or deadly? In my experience NO.

Really just have a awesome Thanksgiving and please score some sensimilla and take JUST ONE hit and hold er in and release and behold ya shall see the light!!! ;-)
sriracha

Atlanta, GA

#98 Nov 22, 2012
"I used to be with it, but then they changed what it was. Now what I'm with isn't it, and what's it seems weird and scary to me, and it'll happen to you, too."

-TTH, every time he posts.
fred

Sparta, TN

#99 Nov 22, 2012
Look what weed has done to old Willie and he is just 80.
TTH

Manchester, TN

#100 Nov 22, 2012
Take a look at my earlier post and read where I indicated I would even go along with legalization if we could prevent user access to public subsidies and prevent kids with drug issues from impacting the education of kids who are achievers.
mehreally

Cookeville, TN

#101 Nov 22, 2012
TTH wrote:
Take a look at my earlier post and read where I indicated I would even go along with legalization if we could prevent user access to public subsidies and prevent kids with drug issues from impacting the education of kids who are achievers.
Aw That's kind... But really it'll never happen in TN. Even tho it could start a economic boom and generate so much $$$$$$ for this state. BUT what would the money hungry drug enforcement industry do without it? Sure more resources would be freed up to combat the actual real hard drugs.
But no no no way Jose. They won't dare to do it cause they love living high off the fines and repos they make in these arrests. Even tho it's a failed drug war and always will be til its met with common sense something congress in this state lacks big time. Oh yeah separating kids and all that from others that are suspect to drug activity will just kick the can down the road. Kids will be kids, you cannot sheild them from everything as much you wish to.
sriracha

Atlanta, GA

#102 Nov 22, 2012
TTH wrote:
Take a look at my earlier post and read where I indicated I would even go along with legalization if we could prevent user access to public subsidies and prevent kids with drug issues from impacting the education of kids who are achievers.
Hey, I took a look at it again and it turns out that creating a permanent underclass of people who do not receive educations and are denied basic social services based on decisions they make as literal children remains an incredibly stupid idea.
saying

Crossville, TN

#103 Nov 22, 2012
TTH is either a troll or a sheep. Either way, quit feeding it.

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