Posted by Buffet on November 6, 2000, at 15:58:15
In reply to Re: Zoloft Marijuana, posted by Trippin981819254 on November 3, 2000, at 15:20:49
I've been smoking marijauna for 32 years and have been suffering for 34 years from an illnes that top military doctors could not treat and attribute a longer and healthier life to smoking marijauna. I have not suffered from any ill side affects from smoking, aside from brief periods of over-party burn-out. I dont think that they will ever develope a pill that will be as effective as smoking a joint. Aside from the debate over each pill delivering an accurate dosage for the buzz one wants versus a dosage for an intended treatment all this is really mind-boggleing.
> I've also had the misfortune of being a casualty in the war on drugs thrice and I say that it is time for all of us to rise up against this governmental slaying of our rights to smoke marijauna and bring this harmless weed back into our society.
Amen......It's time to rise up and take down those bastard.....uhhhhh....dOOd, I'm so ripped...what was I saying again?....oh yah, pass me the J, I need a...damnit, what was I saying...dOOd im soooooo high... ; )
I say keep the stuff under control somehow. If they can make it into a pill, great. Make it a prescription drug. It has some potential for a medicine, but a person without AIDS/cancer/etc doesn't need it. I didn't need it and wish I hadn't had the access to it that I had. It did nothing for me, the key word being nothing. I'm in agreement that the stiff penalties of law against weed should be relaxed, but total legalization is asking for even more social problems than we have today. Look at what alcohol, tobacco, etc have done, and, who is benefiting from the profits? You make it legal, Philip Morris and RJ Renolds will have a heyday!!
Sorry, just ranting somewhat incoherently.