posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 05:13 PM
Here in Oregon for the medical clubs they usually dispense in typical RX containers with the anti-old people (it seems the elderly are the only ones
who can't open them) tops, if it's good enough for stuff like oxycodone that, you know, can actually KILL a child if they opened it, it should be
good enough for pot that, you know, can't kill a child.
The whole "think of the children" angle is getting tired. Lead by example, sure, but lets keep ridiculous rules and regs out of this. Do alcohol
bottles have child-safe tops? Why not? Seriously?
Something that can KILL a child does NOT require child-safe caps, but something that can NOT kill ANYONE requires it?
Seems completely absurd to me...
Here's something people don't seem to realize, all that candy and "child" stuff? Adults consume TONS of it too. Just look at alcohol, a million
different sweet tasting fruity or desert flavored vodkas, why isn't everyone loosing their chit over that?
Besides, it's expensive as hell. Kids have been smoking weed for a looong time, and I can absolutely say for a fact kids in washington are buying it
far, far cheaper through the black market than the stores will be selling for.
Personally I feel it's a complete non-issue and not even worthy of a government's time to discuss of legislate on. The container it comes it, the
design on the package, etc are not going to have ANY effect on children using marijuana.