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originally posted by: primus2012
"But dude, I know this dude who aced his SATs while stoned... " Yeah and now he's the cashier at the used records store in HashTown cuz he can't do anything else. He's not a doctor, lawyer, accountant, physicist, architect, etc...
originally posted by: Shiloh7
We have just had during the Press Preview on TV one newspaper saying that a prof has been tgesting cannabis for over 20 years and he says that it has bad affecgts on oujr health if used for 20 years.
The newsreader almost had a orgasm when she read it out in her enthusiasm to get the point over to the viewers.
What got me was that they did not mention the side effects of prescription drugs used by people for over 20 years.
This is the main prod I have noticed against cannabis since it has been quietly establishing just how useful and cheap that plant is for a number of things that hemp has always been used for as well as health benefits. I was not surprised that the prof's reseaarch was so timely released.
Trouble is I don't doubt him, but lets have an even playing field and hear about the prescription drugs that people get hooked on through illness and how many have died through side affects of prescription drugs which eventually killed patients through prolonged use.
Data from 446 separate cases of similarly injured patients was assessed. Of those patients who tested positive for the presence of marijuana, 97.6 percent survived surgery. By contrast, patients who tested negative for the presence of pot prior to surgery possessed only an 88.5 percent survival rate.
Though the first definition in most dictionaries will be "out of tune/dischordant," it also means "confused, foggy, bewildered ('stonato/confuso')." This eventually became "stonat" (stoh-naht') due to the Italian-American phonetic custom of dropping the final vowel/syllable, (spaghett', mozarell', andiam', ricott', etc.) which eventually mutated to "stonad:" "Don' 'a listen to him, he's 'a stonad." From there it was a hop, skip, and a jump to "stoned,