Marijuana Debate - Grand Prairie, TX

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Grand Prairie, TX.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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Amm

Rowlett, TX

#22 Jun 10, 2012
There is no possible way for someone to die from marijuana.And if they did it would take about 400 joints for them to die and the cause of death would be of carbon monoxide .
Estella Vasques

Houston, TX

#23 Jun 11, 2012
I would lick a d!ck for weed, it makes me feel so relaxed and has never caused me to miss a day of work.
It is much better than what the pharmaceutical companies are trying to sell on t.v.
A Brock

Grand Prairie, TX

#24 Jun 12, 2012
Should be available for medical use
Garrett

Dallas, TX

#25 Jun 12, 2012
No matter how much we try to point out that it is completely harmless, I dont think it will ever be legal. Maybe when all these old farts (baby boomers) running this country die off and the the new generation gets power. But until then, I dont see it ever happening anytime soon
derrick

Richardson, TX

#26 Jun 12, 2012
it helps people who has anger problems and who cant eat or sleep.. even help who has nightmares..
Christine Pugh

Houston, TX

#27 Jun 12, 2012
I use it daily, helps me to sleep better.
I buy from Raphael off 408 spur.
marie

United States

#29 Feb 5, 2013
All the pharamical drugs given anxiety and depression are by far much more dangerous and have deterimental side effects. Marijuana has benefical medinical effects like expanding lung capacity. Legalizing it would generate a vast income and lower the crime rate tremdously.
Sylvia Cristerna

Houston, TX

#30 Feb 5, 2013
I think we should allow children to use Marijuana, it would expand their minds so much.
Being a Bi-Polar sufferer myself, I can vouch that my pills do nothing but cause me to get revenge on others.
I wish I had some weed right now.
ex-Arlington Texan

Alpine, CA

#31 May 24, 2013
I was the victim of human trafficking between 1998-1999 in the state of Texas. A Black gang banging couple had forced me into giving them free rides around the city of Arlington and other parts of the Metroplex. They had raised colossal profits at the expense of my suffering. With these profits they had fueled their gang with more illegal material such as guns and drugs. Throughout this time I was not paid anything, I could not change peers, I was under heavy control, I was forced to do things, my movement was restricted, I had worked 16 hours/day and 7 days/week, I was forced to accept their "killa" so that I would always be in debt, I was exposed to dangers such as guns, thieves, and other gangbangers, I did not receive any breaks except at the couple's dope clients' driveways, I had food and water restricted for the entire shift, I was not allowed to attend/study my classes that I was enrolled in at TCJC SE, and I was not allowed to make friends or look at females. Fortunately, I am in the process of filing charges against this couple through Mosaic Family Services. If my case gets accepted then I will put my story on the media. After this happens I do not think that cannabis will become legal in Texas. At least for a long time anyway.
ex-Arlington Texan

Alpine, CA

#32 May 24, 2013
The couple was using me to help them sell and distribute cannabis around the Metroplex.
Sneek Blee

Oklahoma City, OK

#33 May 24, 2013
ex-Arlington Texan wrote:
I was the victim of human trafficking between 1998-1999 in the state of Texas. A Black gang banging couple had forced me into giving them free rides around the city of Arlington and other parts of the Metroplex. They had raised colossal profits at the expense of my suffering. With these profits they had fueled their gang with more illegal material such as guns and drugs. Throughout this time I was not paid anything, I could not change peers, I was under heavy control, I was forced to do things, my movement was restricted, I had worked 16 hours/day and 7 days/week, I was forced to accept their "killa" so that I would always be in debt, I was exposed to dangers such as guns, thieves, and other gangbangers, I did not receive any breaks except at the couple's dope clients' driveways, I had food and water restricted for the entire shift, I was not allowed to attend/study my classes that I was enrolled in at TCJC SE, and I was not allowed to make friends or look at females. Fortunately, I am in the process of filing charges against this couple through Mosaic Family Services. If my case gets accepted then I will put my story on the media. After this happens I do not think that cannabis will become legal in Texas. At least for a long time anyway.
*yawn

cannabis prohibition + black market = repetitive stories about organized crime

Solution:
LEGALIZATION
ex-Arlington Texan

Alpine, CA

#34 May 27, 2013
Sneek Blee wrote:
<quoted text>*yawn
cannabis prohibition + black market = repetitive stories about organized crime
Solution:
LEGALIZATION
I do see your point my friend.
Erin

Grande Prairie, Canada

#35 Mar 10, 2014
Hey, i need bud at this time of day lol anyone can hook me up?
Derrick

Dallas, TX

#36 Mar 12, 2014
its a gift from God
for good

Grand Prairie, TX

#38 May 10, 2014
had cancer twice need I say more...its a natural medicine
beto

Grand Prairie, TX

#39 Jul 4, 2014
It will never be legalized cuz the government makes money out of it
nunya

United States

#40 Jul 5, 2014
Its natural

Since: Jul 14

Lexington, TX

#41 Jul 7, 2014
dave wrote:
<quoted text>
yea u find some?
Hey dave I'm lookin can you help me????

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