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    Quote Originally Posted by Milford King View Post
    Hereís a dumb question ....

    what do the colors on the map represent? All 4 of them...(5 including Antarctica)
    Yeah I kinda fucked that up. The legend is on the image page in wikipedia but not in the image itself, bah.

    The page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_cannabis

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    Quote Originally Posted by E.J.D View Post
    As a person who has never smoked weed or used any drug I feel it should be legal everywhere. But I don't want people walking around in public smoking away. In your home, car is fine just not out in public around other peeps
    Exactly as it is with alcohol. Except in New Orleans, lol... kinda nice though I gotta say. "Beer to go plz!"

    Most people agree with the no-public consumption regulations, even dope smokers. Common sense. And that's usually how it's done. You can't walk around with a joint lit in legal states... none allow it that I know of anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heckler7 View Post
    the color on the map doesnt reflect political party, I see Arizona as blue and new york as red on this map and its oppisite. seems like your question should be why socialist countries havent legalized weed
    AZ is red, NY yellow. Some blue-political states are still non-legalized, if that's what you mean? For sure. The 2016 election political map is below for comparison.

    As for socialist countries in Europe and elsewhere, who knows. Decriminalization and medical dope is widespread, but only Amsterdam has an institutionalized non-enforcement of dope sales so far as I know.




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    I dont understand, speaking of my profession, you can leave work go to happy hour and get so drunk you have to uber home BUT you can't smoke a joint at night and doze off watching tv cause you might puss hot on a random and lose your job. The best home videos are usually drunks saying "Watch this!!" Not to mention the bar fights alcohol has a hand in, dui deaths ECT... It's so archaic. If Trump said he'd federally legalize it I think even the libs would say eh whats another 4...

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    I donít care either way personally because I donít smoke, but my son smokes.... I wish he didnít, heís young but heís an adult, its his call, I am pleased he trusts me enough to not hide it from me lol, knowing he was raised an anti-drug life philosophy .... anyway, if it mattered what I thought, Iíd vote to legalize it and let the chips fall where they may, I am 100% for medical MJ...

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    seems like your trying to frame this as a liberal / conservative issue or choice. from what I can tell you is drug and alcohol abuse isnt confined to a political party

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    I'm for MJ legalization, regulation and harsh penalties for selling to minors.
    However the price points are still pretty high. The black market will continue to thrive until the legal MJ prices drop.
    Right now the taxes on it are too much. Typical government throwing folks in jail for the very thing they are gouging others on.

    I think in the next few years we will begin to see the negative impact of it though. More folks driving under the influence and more minors doing long term damage to themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heckler7 View Post
    seems like your trying to frame this as a liberal / conservative issue or choice. from what I can tell you is drug and alcohol abuse isnt confined to a political party
    You seriously see no pattern in the states that have legalized and those that haven't?

    And I wasn't bringing up any drug/alcohol abuse stats and who is more affected. Could be an interesting subject for another thread however.

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    If you're ok with the legal selling of alcohol and not ok with the legal selling of weed, you're in denial.

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    I'm almost 60 years old now but back when I was kid going to college I smoked marijuana often for entertainment. I don't honestly think it made me less productive in my later years. If smoking weed caused me health issues later in life I'd be honest about it too. In an attempt to help, I would warn young people about the negative implications caused from smoking marijuana. Fortunately I have no negatives to share at all, none, zero, zip! Although I don't' use it now I completely understand why many people choose to. For some people it helps with many of their problems in life where other medicine doesn't. So I'm totally for it for those it helps. It should not be illegal to use in my opinion. I live in the great state of Texas but honestly don't even know what the laws are here concerning pot use. Mainly due to being out of the loop for so many years. For the mere sake of freedom, I think it should be legalized across the board. Like I've said a million times to people, I support the smallest form of government which gives us all the maximum amount of freedom. So it's hard for me to imagine but there are literally thousands of people locked up in penal institutions because of marijuana. I find this absolutely insane when many other more significant health endangering products are 100% legal. Like other members have mentioned in the past, alcohol or nicotine for example. Both are seriously addicting and a huge risk to health. It's our body, we can decide what's best for it. When politicians learn to operate government correctly maybe then I'll learn to pay them mind when they speak of our health. Everything our elected officials say currently, is a lie or an attempt to further/increase their power.

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    I should also mention I don't think any type of drug possession should land a person in jail. Drug addiction is a known medical problem and should be treated as such. Victims of abuse for example often times end up addicted to drugs thus prison is the next stop for them. Prison wont even come close to digging out the root cause of addiction when institutions are chocked full of the same types of drugs. Prison never cures drug addiction for 99.9% of the people locked up for it. Locking many of these addicts up only means you're locking up victims of serious abuse often times. We're ruining lives not helping society and it's for reasons they wont talk about in front of cameras. Guys, I'm not a tree hugger, I speak from experience here. The vast majority of addicts I've conversed with over the years were victims of serious sexual and physical abuse when they were children. I realize it's not always the case but, many times, most of the time, it's a fact. As a society we own this. We're promoting the suffering of abuse. Instead of oppressing victims we should be liberating them. We're too busy spending millions of hard earned tax dollars on the study of tree frog mating in tropical regions to care about any of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifter916 View Post
    If you're ok with the legal selling of alcohol and not ok with the legal selling of weed, you're in denial.

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