Maysville Teacher Arrested In Pot Bust

Maysville Teacher Arrested In Pot Bust

There are 134 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Mar 19, 2009, titled Maysville Teacher Arrested In Pot Bust. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

State drug agents say they have arrested a Maysville teacher and assistant coach on a complaint of distributing marijuana.

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common sense

Tulsa, OK

#1 Mar 19, 2009
Legalize and tax it.
Tulsa-Mom

Broken Arrow, OK

#2 Mar 19, 2009
We could legalize and tax meth and cocaine too!

Since: Apr 08

AOL

#3 Mar 19, 2009
Tulsa-Mom wrote:
We could legalize and tax meth and cocaine too!
Well that would be stupid. Marijuana is nothing compared to the two yuo listed. Gotta love the peeps that compare apples to oranges.

“Don't harsh my mellow, man!”

Since: Aug 08

Great State of Oklahoma!

#4 Mar 19, 2009
APitNmdNaniBones wrote:
<quoted text> Well that would be stupid. Marijuana is nothing compared to the two yuo listed. Gotta love the peeps that compare apples to oranges.
Mmmmm....Apples.....
Seriously though, how stupid do you have to be, to be a teacher in a small town and deal drugs on the side? Small town! People are gonna figure it out!
Priceless

Glenpool, OK

#5 Mar 19, 2009
APitNmdNaniBones wrote:
<quoted text> Well that would be stupid. Marijuana is nothing compared to the two yuo listed. Gotta love the peeps that compare apples to oranges.
9 times out of 10 , an addiction starts with pot. That is why it is called a gateway drug. It is addictive with regular use. It actually causes changes in the way the brain's synapses work. The electrical impulse has to jump the gap. In other words, you are impaired when you smoke it.
It is easy to start kids on weed and then get them to move to other drugs when they are bored. Today weed is being laced with PCP. It is called Killer weed. It actually can kill you. I lost someone to that. Why would we legalize it? Look what happened when we legalized alcohol. Now half our population can't do without a drink.

Since: Apr 08

Tulsa, OK

#6 Mar 19, 2009
Hippichick wrote:
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Mmmmm....Apples.....
Seriously though, how stupid do you have to be, to be a teacher in a small town and deal drugs on the side? Small town! People are gonna figure it out!
Well I can agree with that but taxing and leagalizing marijuana would benefit our economic status, I think anywho.

“Taste the Rainbow”

Since: Jul 08

Houston, TX

#7 Mar 19, 2009
Hippichick wrote:
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Mmmmm....Apples.....
Seriously though, how stupid do you have to be, to be a teacher in a small town and deal drugs on the side? Small town! People are gonna figure it out!
No kidding. Maysville is wayyyyy small. That guy just blew his career. But I do believe that cheeba should be legal.

Since: Apr 08

Tulsa, OK

#8 Mar 19, 2009
Priceless wrote:
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9 times out of 10 , an addiction starts with pot. That is why it is called a gateway drug. It is addictive with regular use. It actually causes changes in the way the brain's synapses work. The electrical impulse has to jump the gap. In other words, you are impaired when you smoke it.
It is easy to start kids on weed and then get them to move to other drugs when they are bored. Today weed is being laced with PCP. It is called Killer weed. It actually can kill you. I lost someone to that. Why would we legalize it? Look what happened when we legalized alcohol. Now half our population can't do without a drink.
Oh good Lord are you saying weed is as bad as liquor? You lost your friend to the PCP not the pot, you should really know what your smoking. Why would we legalize it? Lots of reasons, it has benefical purposes in the medical field. I have smoked before and have an abundance of friends that use it frequently that are doctors, buisness owners and very career minded. I have never not even once tried meth or coke. It is not a gateway drug, if someone wants to try something by golly they are going to do it wheither pot is involved or not. Marijuana by itself can not and will not kill you, there is no proof to your accusations.
tulsalady

Tulsa, OK

#9 Mar 19, 2009
hippichick - clint eastwood will have to watch out, your monkey is gonna give a run for his money
Tulsa-Mom

Broken Arrow, OK

#10 Mar 19, 2009
APitNmdNaniBones wrote:
<quoted text> Well that would be stupid. Marijuana is nothing compared to the two yuo listed. Gotta love the peeps that compare apples to oranges.
I'm so glad you love me and consider me a "peep"! LOL
I just don't think legalizing and taxing ANY drug no matter where it falls on the list of severity is smart. Thats only my opinion.

“It's good to be me!”

Since: Jun 08

4 me 2 know and U 2 find out

#11 Mar 19, 2009
JustaRandomGirl wrote:
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No kidding. Maysville is wayyyyy small. That guy just blew his career. But I do believe that cheeba should be legal.
Especially if it would be affordable. Then maybe it would be easier for people to quit smoking cigs if they want. Hahahaha

Since: Apr 08

Tulsa, OK

#13 Mar 19, 2009
Tulsa-Mom wrote:
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I'm so glad you love me and consider me a "peep"! LOL
I just don't think legalizing and taxing ANY drug no matter where it falls on the list of severity is smart. Thats only my opinion.
Do you realize more people are addicted to prescription drugs?
figures

United States

#14 Mar 19, 2009
Make it legal!

“BOOMER SOONER”

Since: Sep 08

Sand Springs, OK

#15 Mar 19, 2009
APitNmdNaniBones wrote:
<quoted text> Oh good Lord are you saying weed is as bad as liquor? You lost your friend to the PCP not the pot, you should really know what your smoking. Why would we legalize it? Lots of reasons, it has benefical purposes in the medical field. I have smoked before and have an abundance of friends that use it frequently that are doctors, buisness owners and very career minded. I have never not even once tried meth or coke. It is not a gateway drug, if someone wants to try something by golly they are going to do it wheither pot is involved or not. Marijuana by itself can not and will not kill you, there is no proof to your accusations.
I agree 100% with Nani...i dont believe weed is a gateway drug either, its the persons choice to graduate into other drugs, not the weeds fault :)
tulsalady

Tulsa, OK

#16 Mar 19, 2009
i never got the hang of smoking herbs myself, but i'd much rather my husband smoke than drink alcohol -

“Don't harsh my mellow, man!”

Since: Aug 08

Great State of Oklahoma!

#17 Mar 19, 2009
tulsalady wrote:
hippichick - clint eastwood will have to watch out, your monkey is gonna give a run for his money
Thanks! Wish I had Clint Eastwood's money!
Margaret

United States

#18 Mar 19, 2009
You hear of "Teachers of the year" who smoke pot. Big deal.
If they do it in the privacy of their home and arent pushing it on the kids, we shouldnt be wasting our police resources on something this trivial.
Go after the meth users and the child killers instead.

“Don't harsh my mellow, man!”

Since: Aug 08

Great State of Oklahoma!

#19 Mar 19, 2009
I gotta agree with Bones (Nani) on this one! Not a gateway, in my personal opinion and yes, it should be legalized. Again, my opinion. I really, truly, honestly believe in the medicinal value of marijuana. Excellent for anxiety. I'd much rather use an herbal remedy than a man-made drug.

Since: Mar 09

Pryor

#20 Mar 19, 2009
Oklahoma teachers are not paid as well as other states - could this just be supplemental income?
Legalizaton, I like it, it could then be regulated and taxed, it's going to be bought and sold anyway, the state may as well make money off of it and use that to fund drug programs, to me it's no different than alcohol, I wouldn't use marijuana and drink a beer very seldom (I had one the other night, it was the first in 2 years). So legalizing wouldn't benefit me in any way, just my opinion.
Tulsa-Mom

Broken Arrow, OK

#21 Mar 19, 2009
APitNmdNaniBones wrote:
<quoted text> Do you realize more people are addicted to prescription drugs?
Oh yeah! I'm sure they are. It still doesn't make it right just because they are prescribed to you just like it doesn't make marijuana "ok" just because its at the low end of the list in severity. I can see using it for medical purposes to help to control pain under a dr's supervision but thats as far as I go. Just my opinion Nani!! ;o)

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