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Comment by Richard Goscicki on May 16, 2009 at 8:51pm
SGecko, your daughter has to be careful with whom she gets into arguments. Teachers can be mean and unfair.

I'd suggest using mj discretely under very safe conditions on special occasions like a concert, party or movie. Remember we’re living in near police state conditions when it comes to smoke. Don’t let a bust happen.

Your daughter sounds like a courageous girl. It’s your job to make sure she doesn’t get hurt, because mj makes people vulnerable. It’s a shame, but such is reality.
Comment by Gecko, Seth...brother of Richie! on May 16, 2009 at 7:38pm
I cant smoke weed any ore because of my military status, my wife the same. One of the saddest days as a parent was having to tell my daughter NO she could not smoke grass, because...its illegal. The law will come after you they will attempt to ruin your life with a "drug" conviction.
"But daddy it cant be bad for you."
" No its not"
" But we had so much fun we talked about ALL kinds of things that I never talked about before with my friends, we laughed and we were all close we felt a warmth toward each other"
"I know doesnt matter until the law is changed its a no go." Im sorry .
She follows my rule.But she defiantly flies the plant flag on every thing. She has argued with her teacher and the "resource" officer in her school that they are wrong and they are lying to kids about the harmful effects of grass.... yes im very proud of my daughter.
Comment by Richard Goscicki on May 11, 2009 at 9:27am
In my old neighborhood in the '60s, anybody that had some ganja increased in social status and became very popular.
Comment by Micheal on May 11, 2009 at 4:31am
Am NOT a smoker but would very much like to listen to those who smoke especially this plant(we call it ganja) in Uganda
Comment by Clarence Dember on May 10, 2009 at 8:41am
I have done volunteer work (leading a man's group) in a primary alcohol detox in patient facility. When I tell you that Cannabis is not harming adults, it's not the same as some ex-law enforcement heavy coming out for legalization. Those folks made a living extolling the virtues of alcohol while incarcerating free individuals who's crime was invented by an act of political NOT MEDICAL prohibition.
I think if former and active law enforcement want to do something for legalization, they should petition the courts to strike DOWN these Cannabis prohibition statutes through their fraternal organizations like the Police Benevolent Association, the Police Athletic League and the Fraternal Order of Police. Also, the District Attorney's Office meaning acting District Attorneys should petition the courts en-mass to strike these poisonous statutes from our body of laws forever! Until that is accomplished their "retired renegade testimonials " amount to little more than a public relations campaign, a change of window dressing for what has been and continues to be a pernicious campaign of vicious misinformation against Marijuana users and the PLANT itself by THE Law Enforcement COMMUNITY in the United States.
Comment by James M. Martin on May 9, 2009 at 12:59pm
T Sean says: "Never the less, I am sick of MJ being lumped in with other more harmful drugs." Don't you mean you're sick of MJ being lumped in with harmful drugs"? The word "other" implies that MJ, too, i s "harmful." Personally, I don't see any of them as harmful per se. They're like pistols: they're only harmful if you use them improperly. And MJ is far less "harmful" (or less likely to harm) than alcohol, which is legal.
Comment by Richard Goscicki on May 9, 2009 at 11:09am
T Sean, At any rate, thanks for your support if it comes to a referendum. I'm just exasperated with people who have no idea what pot is about. It's not about tax income. It's about legalizing mj because it's the right thing to do. It's a euphoriant, unlike anything else in nature. There's no comparison with tobacco, booze, or even coke—totally different chemical categories, if you remember your organic chemistry.
Comment by T Sean Prescott on May 9, 2009 at 10:50am
Oh, I never said I NEVER "smoked". I don't "Smoke" anymore. Haven't since High School. Never the less, I am sick of MJ being lumped in with other more harmful drugs. Ther are so many benefits from legalizing MJ, it's a crime not to.
Comment by Richard Goscicki on May 9, 2009 at 10:35am
T Sean, You can't learn how to swim by reading a book. You have no idea what it's like. If you're not into grass, your input should be taken with that proviso.

I’m not a “churchie” (pardon me, I’m a bit of a neologist). Still, I acknowledge your right to receive Holy Communion even though you don’t even get high. That’s big of me, right?
Comment by T Sean Prescott on May 8, 2009 at 11:50pm
I wanted to say, I am not a "smoker" but feel that legalizing pot would help our economy, and overcrowding prisons situations. I am for it. If the Govt. is going to allow people to drink then allow them to "Smoke".
 

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