Marijuana Debate - Brownwood, TX

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cityboy

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Dec 19, 2010
 
it could just be another law that isnt enforced like illegal immigration

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Dec 19, 2010
 
cityboy wrote:
it could just be another law that isnt enforced like illegal immigration
Hey, dopehead, keep in mind that marijuana is not legal in any country in the world. Also keep in mind that marijuana contains at least 33 known carginogens, which is actually good news since it will mean most of you dope freaks will get at least one form of cancer and maybe die quicker LOL.
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Brownwood, TX

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Dec 20, 2010
 
You are quick to fire dumbass, I dont smoke pot! Also keep in mind dumbass if it contains so many carcinogins howcome doctors perscribe it? I dont buy into your bs.If you dont want to smoke thats your choice but if you do you ought to be able. There is no sensce in filling up the prisions with people that are caught with weed. Make it legal and tax it heavily.

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Since: Aug 08

Austin, TX

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Dec 20, 2010
 
gigglebutt_ wrote:
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Hey, dopehead, keep in mind that marijuana is not legal in any country in the world. Also keep in mind that marijuana contains at least 33 known carginogens, which is actually good news since it will mean most of you dope freaks will get at least one form of cancer and maybe die quicker LOL.
Cannabis is not addictive and even chronic use does not cause cancer. Industrial hemp could be a very important agricultural crop with many uses.

Potheads are far less troublesome than drunks. They are much healthier thsn tobacco smokers.

And the cost to society of treating marijuana smokers as criminals is insane. Marijuana needs to immediately be legalized and regulated. Of course, I think all drugs should be legalized.

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Dec 20, 2010
 
Hezekiah wrote:
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Cannabis is not addictive and even chronic use does not cause cancer. Industrial hemp could be a very important agricultural crop with many uses.
Potheads are far less troublesome than drunks. They are much healthier thsn tobacco smokers.
And the cost to society of treating marijuana smokers as criminals is insane. Marijuana needs to immediately be legalized and regulated. Of course, I think all drugs should be legalized.
Hez, you're a total moron. Industrial hemp and the narcotic marijuana are very different in their THC content. No matter how you feel about marijuana, whether you would classify it as a medicine, a drug, a recreational tool, or a narcotic doesn't really matter. What makes it this way is its THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) content. It takes at least 3% THC in order to get high and higher quality marijuana (used for drug consumption) will have 10-15% THC.

How Much THC Does Hemp Have?
Due to the way hemp is grown and its separation from marijuana, hemp has a much lower THC content. Usually hemp's THC content is about 0.01-0.03%. This makes it worthless for getting high. It has been estimated by some researchers of hemp that it would take an acre of hemp to get high. In one acre of hemp there is about 10-20 tons of plant material grown. If one attempted to smoke this much and didn't quickly give up, they would die of carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Since: Aug 08

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Dec 20, 2010
 
One thing cannabis and industrial hemp do have in common is they're both illegal to grow.

Also, marijuana is not a narcotic (or only in the sense that illegal drugs are all called narcotics). Marijuana is pharmacologically distinct from the family of opium derivatives and synthetic narcotics.

Why don't you choose a fake identity and stick with it? It's hard to remember exactly who is calling me a moron.

Since: Sep 08

Brownwood, TX

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Dec 20, 2010
 
Hezekiah wrote:
Why don't you choose a fake identity and stick with it? It's hard to remember exactly who is calling me a moron.
he's afraid to
red dawn

Crosby, TX

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Dec 23, 2010
 
GIGGLE you are just feeding HEZ the troll, he thrives on taking the opposite side on any post. he only exists to argue and cause shouting and rude posts. he is very good at what he does, which is very rare for a toliet scrubber at a school. he has been off into mamby-pamby land so long he actually believes his own BS. he is now trolling on the deer park texas forum also. check out his drivel and BS there.

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Since: Aug 08

De Leon, TX

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Dec 23, 2010
 
Brother Dawn, you're my greatest accomplishment.

LLC Steve has a better class of stalkers and more of them, but none can compare to the maniacal zeal with which my boy follows me around on Topix.

By the way, I'm disappointed that Brother Dawn hasn't found me on the religious forum where my fellow ministers discuss moral issues of the day. He would make an excellent case study.

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Dec 24, 2010
 
Your stupid. I did not post this and don't know anything about drugs. Use your own dam Id and stop trying to impersonate me on here. How old are you anyway? 12? If your grown I certainly would hate to see what your relatives are like if your setting an example for them. Must be that good ole Texas inbreeding at work again!
gigglebutt_ wrote:
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Hey, dopehead, keep in mind that marijuana is not legal in any country in the world. Also keep in mind that marijuana contains at least 33 known carginogens, which is actually good news since it will mean most of you dope freaks will get at least one form of cancer and maybe die quicker LOL.

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Dec 24, 2010
 
what a retard. Not my post Hez!
gigglebutt_ wrote:
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Hez, you're a total moron. Industrial hemp and the narcotic marijuana are very different in their THC content. No matter how you feel about marijuana, whether you would classify it as a medicine, a drug, a recreational tool, or a narcotic doesn't really matter. What makes it this way is its THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) content. It takes at least 3% THC in order to get high and higher quality marijuana (used for drug consumption) will have 10-15% THC.
How Much THC Does Hemp Have?
Due to the way hemp is grown and its separation from marijuana, hemp has a much lower THC content. Usually hemp's THC content is about 0.01-0.03%. This makes it worthless for getting high. It has been estimated by some researchers of hemp that it would take an acre of hemp to get high. In one acre of hemp there is about 10-20 tons of plant material grown. If one attempted to smoke this much and didn't quickly give up, they would die of carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Dec 24, 2010
 
gigglebutt wrote:
Your stupid. I did not post this and don't know anything about drugs. Use your own dam Id and stop trying to impersonate me on here. How old are you anyway? 12? If your grown I certainly would hate to see what your relatives are like if your setting an example for them. Must be that good ole Texas inbreeding at work again!
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gigglebuttocks, there's no point in you coming on here and defending yourself. Anyone with half a brain cell can tell the real gigglebutt by her horrible illiteracy. YOUR YOUR LOL LOL

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Dec 24, 2010
 
I'd rather be a bit illiterate then the one using the name "I just farted"
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gigglebuttocks, there's no point in you coming on here and defending yourself. Anyone with half a brain cell can tell the real gigglebutt by her horrible illiteracy. YOUR YOUR LOL LOL
red dawn

Crosby, TX

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Dec 24, 2010
 
giggle please ignore HEZ he is always high on sniffing toliet gas
red dawn

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Dec 24, 2010
 
#9 post well thanks for the kind words HEZ, do you play the part of rev miguel the mexican street preacher on the religious forum??? prehaps I will check and see what BS you are spreading there.
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Jan 16, 2012
 
I've NEVER heard of anyone in a marijuana driving accident, yet there are tons of drunk driving accidents all the time...and it's legal?!
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Coleman, TX

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Mar 5, 2012
 
How many people die from drinking, cigarettes and being over weight etc . I think we can agree that many things can be harmful to yourself. You can just about over due anything and to much of anything can be harmful to a person but ask yourself too how many people do you hear that over dose on marijuana? Now really are we making something that most people use as a natural medicine that is no worse than any legal drugs we have out to use. Freedom is our right and we shouldn't have laws of our "Safety" take from that freedom. Laws are made to protect the people from the people never should laws be made to protect themselves from themselves. Not only does laws of such take from our freedom but have no improvement everyone dies in the end

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Mar 5, 2012
 
The history of how marijuana came to be criminalized is very interesting. It involves racism and corporate greed. Imagine that.

It also has many medicinal qualities that have been studied and verified. Likewise, its negative effects are fairly benign. It doesn't cause lung cancer, and you can't overdose. There have been no deaths associated with the effects of marijuana. Compare that to the wreckage left behind by tobacco and alcohol.

The study of how natural cannabinoids act in your brain explains why you don't overdose or become addicted. It's not possible to become physically addicted. Chronic smokers literally have to consume less to achieve the same high.

The money we spend locking up people for possessing weed is an obscenity. Not to mention the damage and havoc caused to individuals and families by our incarceration mania.

Consider the tax revenue generated if we legalized the multi-multi-billion-dollar marijuana industry. Industrial hemp could literally replace all the trees cut down just to make paper.

Our politicians are incredibly uninformed idiots.

By the way, I don't smoke weed.
Just observing

New Braunfels, TX

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Mar 5, 2012
 
Hezekiah wrote:
The history of how marijuana came to be criminalized is very interesting. It involves racism and corporate greed. Imagine that.
It also has many medicinal qualities that have been studied and verified. Likewise, its negative effects are fairly benign. It doesn't cause lung cancer, and you can't overdose. There have been no deaths associated with the effects of marijuana. Compare that to the wreckage left behind by tobacco and alcohol.
The study of how natural cannabinoids act in your brain explains why you don't overdose or become addicted. It's not possible to become physically addicted. Chronic smokers literally have to consume less to achieve the same high.
The money we spend locking up people for possessing weed is an obscenity. Not to mention the damage and havoc caused to individuals and families by our incarceration mania.
Consider the tax revenue generated if we legalized the multi-multi-billion-dollar marijuana industry. Industrial hemp could literally replace all the trees cut down just to make paper.
Our politicians are incredibly uninformed idiots.
By the way, I don't smoke weed.
Bullshit, yes you do, your a proven and well documented lying sonofabitch. Certainly sounds suspicious that a self proclaimed baptist preacher would be all for smoking the chronic. Sounds more like the lying POS that you are. Who would believe a word you post?????????? Credibility is not in your vocabulary, neither is truth, honesty, and dont forget standards, you have no standards either, dumbass.

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#21
Mar 5, 2012
 
Chill, Professor. You need to smoke a doobie and relax. I'm worried about your mental health.

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