Marijuana Debate - Arab, AL

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Arab, AL.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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ThomasA

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#45
Aug 5, 2012
 
lodi phoenix az wrote:
a person could do a lot worse!!!
Yes, stoners try to actually try to carry on a intelligent conversation while their brain and tongue are numb.
derek

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#47
Aug 7, 2012
 
Dont drink and drive smoke and fly
steve

Gadsden, AL

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#48
Aug 19, 2012
 
need it for sleep,pain,stomach aches,and Sjogrens Syndrome
steve

Gadsden, AL

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#49
Aug 19, 2012
 
Not fried wrote:
ridiculous
u say ridiculous,but u need to study up on it,
Long time resident

Albertville, AL

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#50
Aug 22, 2012
 
Milk is a gateway to crime. Everyone in prison once drank milk. And every prisoner is now religious. What we do know is that prohibition doesn't work. I.e. Al Capone and the mob. Prohibition just creates a criminal underground. Decriminalize pot, and allow the commercial farming of hemp. Harder drugs, as has been shown by Europe, should be treated as a mental health problem. Hemp is better for the environment and produces better clothes than cotton. I don't smoke it but I've known a lot of people who did.. Some 74 percent of the U .S. population. Pot has less damaging effects than alcohol
Jay

Dracut, MA

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#51
Aug 22, 2012
 
If only for personel use
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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#52
Aug 22, 2012
 
Long time resident wrote:
Milk is a gateway to crime. Everyone in prison once drank milk. And every prisoner is now religious. What we do know is that prohibition doesn't work. I.e. Al Capone and the mob. Prohibition just creates a criminal underground. Decriminalize pot, and allow the commercial farming of hemp. Harder drugs, as has been shown by Europe, should be treated as a mental health problem. Hemp is better for the environment and produces better clothes than cotton. I don't smoke it but I've known a lot of people who did.. Some 74 percent of the U .S. population. Pot has less damaging effects than alcohol
If you ever get into "legalizing" MJ for medical use, the Feds would step in and control growers and their output according to the quality and amount of THC. The grade would have to be the same from coast to coast and there would not be a boom to backyard growers as some would like. You couldn't have a pharmacy selling schwag ditchweed in Alabama and one selling cronic primo stuff in California. The quality control will have to the same across the country. Those still growing outside government restrictions would be treated like moonshiners and sent off to the can the same way.
ThomasA

New Roads, LA

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#53
Aug 22, 2012
 
I like sweaty ball sacks!
steve

Gadsden, AL

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#55
Sep 7, 2012
 
Not fried wrote:
ridiculous
u r too fried

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#56
Sep 11, 2012
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>Put down the pipe and try to understand what you are saying. You are trying to mix medical use with recreational use and that's just not going to happen!!! You brain damaged stoners are hurting all chances for laws being passed for those who really do need the MJ for real medical reasons! Grow up-Wise up!!!!
Didn't say anything about mixing anything,but we will keep on smoking medical or recreational either don't matter,but the things u can do with it,when in ww2,the gov't made farmers grow it,for parachutes rope boots etc on and f n on.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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#57
Sep 11, 2012
 
akomachi wrote:
<quoted text> Didn't say anything about mixing anything,but we will keep on smoking medical or recreational either don't matter,but the things u can do with it,when in ww2,the gov't made farmers grow it,for parachutes rope boots etc on and f n on.
Hemp growing was a necessity for making rope as our supply sources dwindled and nylon and poly rope had not been developed yet. Our navy and army could not function without rope and lots of it. Sadly for the stoners today,the thousands of acres of leaves were piled and burned.
Dikfore

Euless, TX

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#58
Sep 12, 2012
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>Hemp growing was a necessity for making rope as our supply sources dwindled and nylon and poly rope had not been developed yet. Our navy and army could not function without rope and lots of it. Sadly for the stoners today,the thousands of acres of leaves were piled and burned.
You clueless idiot, nobody cares about the leaves. People use the buds to smoke and cook.
Samson

Albertville, AL

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#59
Sep 25, 2012
 
its better on a pain med patient, not having to kill a liver to stay out of pain... doesn't make any sense
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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#60
Sep 25, 2012
 
Dikfore wrote:
<quoted text>You clueless idiot, nobody cares about the leaves. People use the buds to smoke and cook.
Hey Dorkfore, everything but the stalk was burned. Can't you figure that out?
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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#61
Sep 25, 2012
 
Samson wrote:
its better on a pain med patient, not having to kill a liver to stay out of pain... doesn't make any sense
If you're in that much pain and needing medication, nothings stopping you from using MJ now. Just make sure you're clean before you try to the doctor to give you a release to return to regular job duty. As the present laws are now,getting tested and busted after the doctor releases you would end your career with your current job. The workman's comp insurance carrier is not going to let you be on the premises. Not in favor of some,but that's reality.
Citizen

Albertville, AL

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#62
Sep 26, 2012
 
They really need to be able to test for levels, not just presence or absence. You can have some alcohol in your system without being too intoxicated to drive or work and the same should apply to marijuana should it become legal for medical use or even personal use.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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#63
Sep 26, 2012
 
Citizen wrote:
They really need to be able to test for levels, not just presence or absence. You can have some alcohol in your system without being too intoxicated to drive or work and the same should apply to marijuana should it become legal for medical use or even personal use.
That's the big holdup now. Contrary to the stoner's rumors,there are no field tests out there that can determine if you smoked last week,yesterday,this morning,or in the parking lot. Until that time that such a machine is developed without resorting to expensive lab testing only available in larger cities, the zero tolerance rule will have to stand. If YOU get caught, YOU knew the rules, YOU broke the rules, YOU get fired from your job or out of the athletics programs at school. It's a hard lesson learned.

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#64
Sep 30, 2012
 
No, because I don't think it's a good thing.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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#65
Sep 30, 2012
 
AmericanBulldogger wrote:
No, because I don't think it's a good thing.
Medical use by prescription only and the other side of anytime anywhere. Please explain your stand in detail. Peace.
DeRock

Huntsville, AL

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#66
Oct 8, 2012
 
It hurts no one. It is beyond the authority of the sate or federal government to regulate or restrict what a person does to his or her own body. By the definition of freedom it is morally wrong to regulate or criminalize something like marijuana. It is safe.

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