Tuesday, October 20, 2015


Here is yet another comment by a pot smoker. Yes folks, this is the type of person we would be legalizing mind-altering drugs for. (Please excuse the language; I have tried to disguise it).

A sweet guy named Matthew writes:

f**king h*ll shut up already with your bullsh*t, reading all the shit you wrote gave me a headach.
let me smoke some weed :3.
if you need some for that attitude of yours I can hook you up, might change the way you look at it.
you can't judge people on something you find wrong, marijuana is as harmless as a drug can be.
you will have to smoke 15000 pounds of weed in 15 minutes to overdose...
weed has only done people right hasn't it?
as I said you can't judge so many people on something just because you personally don't agree with it.

My reply: 

Thanks, I didn't realize marijuana is harmless. I always thought it killed people. This changes everything.

(And the scary thing is, he will believe me.)

1 comment:

Reginastarr said...

Also +cindybin2001​:

A new national survey released today by the Pew Research Center reveals that a broad majority of Americans are ready to significantly reduce the role of the criminal justice system in dealing with people who use drugs.

Among the key findings of the report:

More than six in ten Americans (63%) say that state governments moving away from mandatory prison terms for drug law violations is a good thing, while just 32% say these policy changes are a bad thing. This is a substantial shift from 2001 when the public was evenly divided (47% good thing vs. 45% bad thing).  The majority of all demographic groups, including Republicans and Americans over 65 years old, support this shift.At the same time, there has been a major shift in attitudes on whether the use of marijuana should be legal. As recently as four years ago, about half (52%) said they thought the use of marijuana should not be legal; 41% said marijuana use should be legal. Today those numbers are roughly reversed – 54% favor marijuana legalization while 42% are opposed.  Just 16% say it should not be legal for either medical or recreational use.Two-thirds (67%) say the government should focus more on providing treatment for people who use drugs like cocaine and heroin. Just 26% think the focus should be more on prosecuting people who use such drugs.

You can read the full article here: http://www.drugpolicy.org/news/2014/04/new-pew-poll-confirms-americans-ready-end-war-drugs
But unlike you I back my shit up. You are in the minority so please stop saying that you don't say anything any other parent wouldn't say.