Spaz The Great Posted September 30, 2008 Share Posted September 30, 2008 Marijuana should absolutely be legalized, it's already de-criminalized in my state. But you can still be arrested for it. Federal law > State law. I tend to agree that marijuana should be the only drug "legalized". However I would like to say that you can get addicted to it (people are addicted to alcohol and cigarettes) after all. And some studies have shown that pot is just as, if not more dangerous for your lungs as cigarettes. Since they aren't filtered, and many people don't know what else is in the weed. Ah, but studies have shown that THC can kill cancerous cells, not only helping with lung cancer, but other cancers, too. I don't think they should be legalised. I have been told by many teachers that drugs are just as bad as alcohol. I've been told by many alcoholics that they are entirely independent of alcohol and just drink to relax. What's your point? Only things that are natrully grown, and have a limiton how much you are allowed to smoke, and where you are allowed to smoke. Not Man Made drugs, as they can easily kill you. Why? Tobacco doesn't have a limit on how much you can smoke. You do know cocaine is a plant right..... and.... it can kill you.... Yes, but it's still altered. You can grow marijuana, harvest it, and smoke it. Without any type of alteration, and still get a good effect from it. OK, fine.If we allow Cannabis, the 'thrill' of doing it (as far as lawbreaking is concerned) will disappear. Enter hard drugs, as an alternative the the previous 'thrill' of what we consider 'soft' drugs. But, then we can still arrest those people. It would be weeding out the recreational smokers from the rebellious anti-parent teeny boppers. I have done weed, no effect on me for some reason so I wouldn't bother again. Sadly drugs being illegal never stop people, most of my friends do hard drugs and the lengths they go to are just disgusting. First time I smoked I didn't really feel anything at all. Same here, I just don't get it.Now, many of my friends say they smoke just "for fun", yeah right , also many people say they will quit smoking while they light their ciggarettes. NO, people don't like the taste/feeling of tobacco, but it's the nicotine that gives them the feeling they do, once you smoke, you don't realize nicotine is in your brain, you just assume you smoke for fun or like doing it. For example, youngsters, ask a young smoker if they're addicted ... Few or none will say they are addics. Let them think they smoke for fun, we know they're addics. You're an idiot. I smoke Djarum brand cigarettes. Mainly, the Djarum Blacks, which are HIGHLY noted for their taste. Djarum mainly produces kretek cigarettes((cigarettes with cloves in them)), but we have a pack of Blacks right now with just tobacco((class a aged tobacco, yes, it tastes good)). I smoke them because they taste delicious, and give me a nice buzz, which is nice in car rides, or while getting high. Oh, and BTW, the cloves are in there for more than just taste. They are an anesthetic. So it gives you more than just a regular nicotine buzz. I've had a few puffs from cigarettes before but nothing more and the only times I tried them I was high. I'm not addicted but I think it's nice to mix up the two every once in a while. They do go great together. It stretches your expensive weed. Cigarettes are $8 a pack. Thats crack pricess. If they make cocaine not illegal and make cigarettes illegal sooner or later people are going to start sucking dick for a cig. Live in the north, I assume? We spend no more than 5 and a half dollars on our cigarettes, and they aren't crappy tobacco like most. They cost 1-2 dollars more than standard cigarettes, and about twice as much as crappy ones. Legalize weed, the only reason it is illegal is because the govt. can't make money off it, theres too much in circulation and it's too easy to grow. ACTUALLY, the only reason it was illegal to begin with, involves a high case of racism and discrimination. Legalize weed. Leave the hard shit out of it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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