Originally posted by Trayen11
reply to post by ANTHONY33
Tell that to one of the my classmates who was hit by some idiot all cooked up on Pot......when they asked the kid why he didn't try to break the kids
answer was...."I was so high i thought I was just seeing things"
Yeah Pot is so safe.
And disinformation is also safe /sarcasm/.
Anybody who would think that a car or person is not real because of THC has seen way too many anti-pot commercials. Reminds me of the old commercial
where the girl dives into a empty pool because she was so high that she thought it was filled with water, lol.
When governments tell people that pot is so dangerous because it makes people jump out of windows thinking they can fly, full blown '___' like
hallucinations, frying your brain like an egg, and other lies blown out of proportion they are actually creating more harm then good in my opinion.
If this kid was told the truth about the effects of THC he would have been much better prepared in dealing with it This goes the same for ANY drug.
But instead, they create a totally distorted view in the heads of children about pot, which sadly has the opposite effect that they intended. Much
like the people who call 9-1-1 thinking they are overdosing on pot after trying it their first time. If they were aware that it is impossible to
overdose then they would not be so paranoid.
Anyway, more on topic, all you smokers should look into this new product called the e-cigarette. They use a atomizer and liquid nicotine to produce a
vapor that you inhale. No carcinogens, no tar, no added chemicals, no harmful smoke. You also can smoke them in bars and other public places.
It seems they are catching on quite quick, and have effectively even been used as a smoking cessation device. By tapering down nicotine levels in the
cartridges, many have been able to successfuly stop smoking traditional cigarettes - some even all together.
The way things are going, it seems that they are going to put so many taxes, penalties, bans and such on tobacco and smoking it that people will start
to realize how out of hand things have got before they quit. But then again, I remember people saying they would quit when smokes hit 5$ a pack, and
they are still going strong, some even stronger.
I am a ex-smoker, but may even pick up a e-cigarette in a cherry flavor cartriges with no nicotine. Occasionally when I drink, I may enjoy a smoke
every now and then - very few and far in between - but this would be a much healthier, legal, alternative.