Cannabis plants found after Blackburn fire

MORE than 15 cannabis plants were found in a house after a fire broke out.

Firefighters were called to the house in St James’s Road, Blackburn, yesterday (MON) morning.

An upstairs bedroom was well alight when officers arrived, but the fire led to the discovery of the drugs factory operation.

A spokeswoman for the police said: “Officers were called to the scene by firefighters.

“A cannabis farm, with about 15 plants, had been found in a bedroom.

“We will be speaking to the landlord and tenants in relation to this incident.”

A number of firefighters were still on the scene at 9.30am yesterday making it safe and passing items over to the police for investigation.

A fire service spokesman said: “The fire was going well upstairs when we arrived and there was a lot of smoke.

“Our immediate concerns were that there could be somebody in the house, and a neighbour told us a couple lived in the house.

“Our teams breached the property wearing breathing apparatus and carried out a search, but there was nobody home.

“There was some severe damage to the upstairs of the property and some smoke damage to the house next door, the occupants of which were evacuated.

“The fire is under investigation, although I suspect it was started accidentally.”

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12:17pm Tue 1 Jan 13

malcolmkyle16 says...

In 1988, after reviewing all scientific evidence brought forth in a lengthy lawsuit against the government’s prohibition of medical marijuana, the DEA’s own administrative law judge (Judge Francis Young) wrote: “MARIJUANA, IN ITS NATURAL FORM, IS ONE OF THE SAFEST THERAPEUTICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES KNOWN. IN STRICT MEDICAL TERMS, MARIJUANA IS SAFER THAN MANY FOODS WE COMMONLY CONSUME.” http://www.goodreads
.com/quotes/show/109
464

No person of any age, in all of recorded history, has ever died from marijuana, marijuana is nontoxic. Many have died from marijuana prohibition and tens of millions have been caged or otherwise seriously harmed. The US arrests someone on marijuana charge every 38 seconds. In 2010, 52.1% of the 1,638,846 total arrests for prohibition violations were for marijuana, making a calculated total of 853,839. Would you rather have your kid locked up with killers and child molesters or would you prefer to do your own proper parenting? http://www.drugwarfa
cts.org/cms/Marijuan
a#Total

The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies —according to the world's leading substance abuse researchers, the US has the highest rates of marijuana and cocaine use. http://www.alternet.
org/drugreporter/902
95/

Cannabis Reduces Infant Mortality: http://www.salem-new
s.com/articles/june2
72010/marijuana-infa
nts-sc.php The "cannabis" infants have a mortality rate almost half of what the "No drugs" infants have!

Mothers who use cannabis during pregnancy have healthier smarter kids: http://patients4medi
calmarijuana.wordpre
ss.com/2009/12/20/ma
rijuana-cannabis-use
-in-pregnancy-dr-mel
anie-dreher/

Here's a documentary about marijuana curing cancer. There are 7 parts: http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=pjhT9282-
Tw

If you still doubt that marijuana is good medicine then kindly check out Granny Storm Crow's Amazing MMJ Reference List:
http://beyondchronic
.com/wp-content/uplo
ads/2012/08/Grannys-
List-July-2012.pdf
It’s more like a library than a list!


MARIJUANA CURES CANCER:

http://www.cancer.go
v/cancertopics/pdq/c
am/cannabis/healthpr
ofessional/page4

http://www.nowpublic
.com/thc_marijuana_h
elps_cure_cancer_say
s_harvard_study

http://patients4medi
calmarijuana.wordpre
ss.com/2010/01/04/ma
rijuana-cures-cancer
-us-government-has-k
nown-since-1974/

http://www.rawstory.
com/rawreplay/2011/0
8/pbs-documentary-sh
eds-light-on-marijua
nas-cancer-killing-p
roperties/


Marijuana promotes brain cell growth by 40% and protects it from damage: http://www.scienceda
ily.com/releases/200
5/10/051016083817.ht
m

Marijuana promotes healthy lungs: http://dailycollegia
n.com/2012/02/01/mar
ijuana-health-claims
-go-up-in-smoke/

Marijuana when used by HIV patients Inhibits virus replication: http://www.scienceda
ily.com/releases/201
2/03/120320195252.ht
m


MARIJUANA HALVES MORTALITY RATE IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND RELATED DISORDERS:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.
nih.gov/pubmed/22595
870
In 1988, after reviewing all scientific evidence brought forth in a lengthy lawsuit against the government’s prohibition of medical marijuana, the DEA’s own administrative law judge (Judge Francis Young) wrote: “MARIJUANA, IN ITS NATURAL FORM, IS ONE OF THE SAFEST THERAPEUTICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES KNOWN. IN STRICT MEDICAL TERMS, MARIJUANA IS SAFER THAN MANY FOODS WE COMMONLY CONSUME.” http://www.goodreads .com/quotes/show/109 464 No person of any age, in all of recorded history, has ever died from marijuana, marijuana is nontoxic. Many have died from marijuana prohibition and tens of millions have been caged or otherwise seriously harmed. The US arrests someone on marijuana charge every 38 seconds. In 2010, 52.1% of the 1,638,846 total arrests for prohibition violations were for marijuana, making a calculated total of 853,839. Would you rather have your kid locked up with killers and child molesters or would you prefer to do your own proper parenting? http://www.drugwarfa cts.org/cms/Marijuan a#Total The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies —according to the world's leading substance abuse researchers, the US has the highest rates of marijuana and cocaine use. http://www.alternet. org/drugreporter/902 95/ Cannabis Reduces Infant Mortality: http://www.salem-new s.com/articles/june2 72010/marijuana-infa nts-sc.php The "cannabis" infants have a mortality rate almost half of what the "No drugs" infants have! Mothers who use cannabis during pregnancy have healthier smarter kids: http://patients4medi calmarijuana.wordpre ss.com/2009/12/20/ma rijuana-cannabis-use -in-pregnancy-dr-mel anie-dreher/ Here's a documentary about marijuana curing cancer. There are 7 parts: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=pjhT9282- Tw If you still doubt that marijuana is good medicine then kindly check out Granny Storm Crow's Amazing MMJ Reference List: http://beyondchronic .com/wp-content/uplo ads/2012/08/Grannys- List-July-2012.pdf It’s more like a library than a list! MARIJUANA CURES CANCER: http://www.cancer.go v/cancertopics/pdq/c am/cannabis/healthpr ofessional/page4 http://www.nowpublic .com/thc_marijuana_h elps_cure_cancer_say s_harvard_study http://patients4medi calmarijuana.wordpre ss.com/2010/01/04/ma rijuana-cures-cancer -us-government-has-k nown-since-1974/ http://www.rawstory. com/rawreplay/2011/0 8/pbs-documentary-sh eds-light-on-marijua nas-cancer-killing-p roperties/ Marijuana promotes brain cell growth by 40% and protects it from damage: http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/200 5/10/051016083817.ht m Marijuana promotes healthy lungs: http://dailycollegia n.com/2012/02/01/mar ijuana-health-claims -go-up-in-smoke/ Marijuana when used by HIV patients Inhibits virus replication: http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/201 2/03/120320195252.ht m MARIJUANA HALVES MORTALITY RATE IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND RELATED DISORDERS: http://www.ncbi.nlm. nih.gov/pubmed/22595 870 malcolmkyle16

1:23pm Tue 1 Jan 13

2 for 5p says...

Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back 2 for 5p

3:51pm Tue 1 Jan 13

CALLENDER CHESNEY says...

Malcolm get stuffed. Bet you think it is save drivng after using drugs. You are a disgrace.
Malcolm get stuffed. Bet you think it is save drivng after using drugs. You are a disgrace. CALLENDER CHESNEY

3:55pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Dave_P says...

2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose Dave_P

3:57pm Tue 1 Jan 13

Dave_P says...

CALLENDER CHESNEY wrote:
Malcolm get stuffed. Bet you think it is save drivng after using drugs. You are a disgrace.
did he state that anywhere? why is he a disgrace?
[quote][p][bold]CALLENDER CHESNEY[/bold] wrote: Malcolm get stuffed. Bet you think it is save drivng after using drugs. You are a disgrace.[/p][/quote]did he state that anywhere? why is he a disgrace? Dave_P

4:08pm Tue 1 Jan 13

2 for 5p says...

Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative.

As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.
[quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative. As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers. 2 for 5p

4:47pm Tue 1 Jan 13

ste.g says...

Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
yeah no purpose as it is still illegal
[quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]yeah no purpose as it is still illegal ste.g

7:56pm Tue 1 Jan 13

coates warder says...

malcolmkyle16 wrote:
In 1988, after reviewing all scientific evidence brought forth in a lengthy lawsuit against the government’s prohibition of medical marijuana, the DEA’s own administrative law judge (Judge Francis Young) wrote: “MARIJUANA, IN ITS NATURAL FORM, IS ONE OF THE SAFEST THERAPEUTICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES KNOWN. IN STRICT MEDICAL TERMS, MARIJUANA IS SAFER THAN MANY FOODS WE COMMONLY CONSUME.” http://www.goodreads

.com/quotes/show/109

464

No person of any age, in all of recorded history, has ever died from marijuana, marijuana is nontoxic. Many have died from marijuana prohibition and tens of millions have been caged or otherwise seriously harmed. The US arrests someone on marijuana charge every 38 seconds. In 2010, 52.1% of the 1,638,846 total arrests for prohibition violations were for marijuana, making a calculated total of 853,839. Would you rather have your kid locked up with killers and child molesters or would you prefer to do your own proper parenting? http://www.drugwarfa

cts.org/cms/Marijuan

a#Total

The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies —according to the world's leading substance abuse researchers, the US has the highest rates of marijuana and cocaine use. http://www.alternet.

org/drugreporter/902

95/

Cannabis Reduces Infant Mortality: http://www.salem-new

s.com/articles/june2

72010/marijuana-infa

nts-sc.php The "cannabis" infants have a mortality rate almost half of what the "No drugs" infants have!

Mothers who use cannabis during pregnancy have healthier smarter kids: http://patients4medi

calmarijuana.wordpre

ss.com/2009/12/20/ma

rijuana-cannabis-use

-in-pregnancy-dr-mel

anie-dreher/

Here's a documentary about marijuana curing cancer. There are 7 parts: http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=pjhT9282-

Tw

If you still doubt that marijuana is good medicine then kindly check out Granny Storm Crow's Amazing MMJ Reference List:
http://beyondchronic

.com/wp-content/uplo

ads/2012/08/Grannys-

List-July-2012.pdf

�It’s more like a library than a list!


MARIJUANA CURES CANCER:

http://www.cancer.go

v/cancertopics/pdq/c

am/cannabis/healthpr

ofessional/page4

http://www.nowpublic

.com/thc_marijuana_h

elps_cure_cancer_say

s_harvard_study

http://patients4medi

calmarijuana.wordpre

ss.com/2010/01/04/ma

rijuana-cures-cancer

-us-government-has-k

nown-since-1974/

http://www.rawstory.

com/rawreplay/2011/0

8/pbs-documentary-sh

eds-light-on-marijua

nas-cancer-killing-p

roperties/


Marijuana promotes brain cell growth by 40% and protects it from damage: http://www.scienceda

ily.com/releases/200

5/10/051016083817.ht

m

Marijuana promotes healthy lungs: http://dailycollegia

n.com/2012/02/01/mar

ijuana-health-claims

-go-up-in-smoke/

Marijuana when used by HIV patients Inhibits virus replication: http://www.scienceda

ily.com/releases/201

2/03/120320195252.ht

m


MARIJUANA HALVES MORTALITY RATE IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND RELATED DISORDERS:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.

nih.gov/pubmed/22595

870
and whats your point crack head lol
[quote][p][bold]malcolmkyle16[/bold] wrote: In 1988, after reviewing all scientific evidence brought forth in a lengthy lawsuit against the government’s prohibition of medical marijuana, the DEA’s own administrative law judge (Judge Francis Young) wrote: “MARIJUANA, IN ITS NATURAL FORM, IS ONE OF THE SAFEST THERAPEUTICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES KNOWN. IN STRICT MEDICAL TERMS, MARIJUANA IS SAFER THAN MANY FOODS WE COMMONLY CONSUME.” http://www.goodreads .com/quotes/show/109 464 No person of any age, in all of recorded history, has ever died from marijuana, marijuana is nontoxic. Many have died from marijuana prohibition and tens of millions have been caged or otherwise seriously harmed. The US arrests someone on marijuana charge every 38 seconds. In 2010, 52.1% of the 1,638,846 total arrests for prohibition violations were for marijuana, making a calculated total of 853,839. Would you rather have your kid locked up with killers and child molesters or would you prefer to do your own proper parenting? http://www.drugwarfa cts.org/cms/Marijuan a#Total The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies —according to the world's leading substance abuse researchers, the US has the highest rates of marijuana and cocaine use. http://www.alternet. org/drugreporter/902 95/ Cannabis Reduces Infant Mortality: http://www.salem-new s.com/articles/june2 72010/marijuana-infa nts-sc.php The "cannabis" infants have a mortality rate almost half of what the "No drugs" infants have! Mothers who use cannabis during pregnancy have healthier smarter kids: http://patients4medi calmarijuana.wordpre ss.com/2009/12/20/ma rijuana-cannabis-use -in-pregnancy-dr-mel anie-dreher/ Here's a documentary about marijuana curing cancer. There are 7 parts: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=pjhT9282- Tw If you still doubt that marijuana is good medicine then kindly check out Granny Storm Crow's Amazing MMJ Reference List: http://beyondchronic .com/wp-content/uplo ads/2012/08/Grannys- List-July-2012.pdf � �It’s more like a library than a list! MARIJUANA CURES CANCER: http://www.cancer.go v/cancertopics/pdq/c am/cannabis/healthpr ofessional/page4 http://www.nowpublic .com/thc_marijuana_h elps_cure_cancer_say s_harvard_study http://patients4medi calmarijuana.wordpre ss.com/2010/01/04/ma rijuana-cures-cancer -us-government-has-k nown-since-1974/ http://www.rawstory. com/rawreplay/2011/0 8/pbs-documentary-sh eds-light-on-marijua nas-cancer-killing-p roperties/ Marijuana promotes brain cell growth by 40% and protects it from damage: http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/200 5/10/051016083817.ht m Marijuana promotes healthy lungs: http://dailycollegia n.com/2012/02/01/mar ijuana-health-claims -go-up-in-smoke/ Marijuana when used by HIV patients Inhibits virus replication: http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/201 2/03/120320195252.ht m MARIJUANA HALVES MORTALITY RATE IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND RELATED DISORDERS: http://www.ncbi.nlm. nih.gov/pubmed/22595 870[/p][/quote]and whats your point crack head lol coates warder

9:14pm Tue 1 Jan 13

George.White.Bread says...

malcolmkyle16 wrote:
In 1988, after reviewing all scientific evidence brought forth in a lengthy lawsuit against the government’s prohibition of medical marijuana, the DEA’s own administrative law judge (Judge Francis Young) wrote: “MARIJUANA, IN ITS NATURAL FORM, IS ONE OF THE SAFEST THERAPEUTICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES KNOWN. IN STRICT MEDICAL TERMS, MARIJUANA IS SAFER THAN MANY FOODS WE COMMONLY CONSUME.” http://www.goodreads

.com/quotes/show/109

464

No person of any age, in all of recorded history, has ever died from marijuana, marijuana is nontoxic. Many have died from marijuana prohibition and tens of millions have been caged or otherwise seriously harmed. The US arrests someone on marijuana charge every 38 seconds. In 2010, 52.1% of the 1,638,846 total arrests for prohibition violations were for marijuana, making a calculated total of 853,839. Would you rather have your kid locked up with killers and child molesters or would you prefer to do your own proper parenting? http://www.drugwarfa

cts.org/cms/Marijuan

a#Total

The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies —according to the world's leading substance abuse researchers, the US has the highest rates of marijuana and cocaine use. http://www.alternet.

org/drugreporter/902

95/

Cannabis Reduces Infant Mortality: http://www.salem-new

s.com/articles/june2

72010/marijuana-infa

nts-sc.php The "cannabis" infants have a mortality rate almost half of what the "No drugs" infants have!

Mothers who use cannabis during pregnancy have healthier smarter kids: http://patients4medi

calmarijuana.wordpre

ss.com/2009/12/20/ma

rijuana-cannabis-use

-in-pregnancy-dr-mel

anie-dreher/

Here's a documentary about marijuana curing cancer. There are 7 parts: http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=pjhT9282-

Tw

If you still doubt that marijuana is good medicine then kindly check out Granny Storm Crow's Amazing MMJ Reference List:
http://beyondchronic

.com/wp-content/uplo

ads/2012/08/Grannys-

List-July-2012.pdf

�It’s more like a library than a list!


MARIJUANA CURES CANCER:

http://www.cancer.go

v/cancertopics/pdq/c

am/cannabis/healthpr

ofessional/page4

http://www.nowpublic

.com/thc_marijuana_h

elps_cure_cancer_say

s_harvard_study

http://patients4medi

calmarijuana.wordpre

ss.com/2010/01/04/ma

rijuana-cures-cancer

-us-government-has-k

nown-since-1974/

http://www.rawstory.

com/rawreplay/2011/0

8/pbs-documentary-sh

eds-light-on-marijua

nas-cancer-killing-p

roperties/


Marijuana promotes brain cell growth by 40% and protects it from damage: http://www.scienceda

ily.com/releases/200

5/10/051016083817.ht

m

Marijuana promotes healthy lungs: http://dailycollegia

n.com/2012/02/01/mar

ijuana-health-claims

-go-up-in-smoke/

Marijuana when used by HIV patients Inhibits virus replication: http://www.scienceda

ily.com/releases/201

2/03/120320195252.ht

m


MARIJUANA HALVES MORTALITY RATE IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND RELATED DISORDERS:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.

nih.gov/pubmed/22595

870
Just another bong sniffing hippy that writes down his flashbacks.
[quote][p][bold]malcolmkyle16[/bold] wrote: In 1988, after reviewing all scientific evidence brought forth in a lengthy lawsuit against the government’s prohibition of medical marijuana, the DEA’s own administrative law judge (Judge Francis Young) wrote: “MARIJUANA, IN ITS NATURAL FORM, IS ONE OF THE SAFEST THERAPEUTICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES KNOWN. IN STRICT MEDICAL TERMS, MARIJUANA IS SAFER THAN MANY FOODS WE COMMONLY CONSUME.” http://www.goodreads .com/quotes/show/109 464 No person of any age, in all of recorded history, has ever died from marijuana, marijuana is nontoxic. Many have died from marijuana prohibition and tens of millions have been caged or otherwise seriously harmed. The US arrests someone on marijuana charge every 38 seconds. In 2010, 52.1% of the 1,638,846 total arrests for prohibition violations were for marijuana, making a calculated total of 853,839. Would you rather have your kid locked up with killers and child molesters or would you prefer to do your own proper parenting? http://www.drugwarfa cts.org/cms/Marijuan a#Total The World Health Organization Documents Failure of U.S. Drug Policies —according to the world's leading substance abuse researchers, the US has the highest rates of marijuana and cocaine use. http://www.alternet. org/drugreporter/902 95/ Cannabis Reduces Infant Mortality: http://www.salem-new s.com/articles/june2 72010/marijuana-infa nts-sc.php The "cannabis" infants have a mortality rate almost half of what the "No drugs" infants have! Mothers who use cannabis during pregnancy have healthier smarter kids: http://patients4medi calmarijuana.wordpre ss.com/2009/12/20/ma rijuana-cannabis-use -in-pregnancy-dr-mel anie-dreher/ Here's a documentary about marijuana curing cancer. There are 7 parts: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=pjhT9282- Tw If you still doubt that marijuana is good medicine then kindly check out Granny Storm Crow's Amazing MMJ Reference List: http://beyondchronic .com/wp-content/uplo ads/2012/08/Grannys- List-July-2012.pdf �It’s more like a library than a list! MARIJUANA CURES CANCER: http://www.cancer.go v/cancertopics/pdq/c am/cannabis/healthpr ofessional/page4 http://www.nowpublic .com/thc_marijuana_h elps_cure_cancer_say s_harvard_study http://patients4medi calmarijuana.wordpre ss.com/2010/01/04/ma rijuana-cures-cancer -us-government-has-k nown-since-1974/ http://www.rawstory. com/rawreplay/2011/0 8/pbs-documentary-sh eds-light-on-marijua nas-cancer-killing-p roperties/ Marijuana promotes brain cell growth by 40% and protects it from damage: http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/200 5/10/051016083817.ht m Marijuana promotes healthy lungs: http://dailycollegia n.com/2012/02/01/mar ijuana-health-claims -go-up-in-smoke/ Marijuana when used by HIV patients Inhibits virus replication: http://www.scienceda ily.com/releases/201 2/03/120320195252.ht m MARIJUANA HALVES MORTALITY RATE IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND RELATED DISORDERS: http://www.ncbi.nlm. nih.gov/pubmed/22595 870[/p][/quote]Just another bong sniffing hippy that writes down his flashbacks. George.White.Bread

9:28am Wed 2 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top.
the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top. AnthonyUK

10:39am Wed 2 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top.
Lol, there's certainly no denying that the biggest problem is ignorance.

Take your own comments. You clearly have no experience of drugs. Your knowledge is no doubt gained from skewed tabloid scare stories (they lied about Hillsborough too you know - amongst a huge range of other things).

To you all "drugs" are the same - regardless of the vast difference in their effects and dangers. Likewise drug users are all "druggies". Dirty heroin addicts who rob old grannies - young, wide eyed, skinny ravers having the time of their life in Ibiza - pot heads sat at home minding their business watching TV and relaxing after a hard days graft on site. All druggies to you.

Your attitude and opinion are thankfully part of an older, out of touch, and therefore ever decreasing generation.

The times are undoubtedly changing whether you like it or not. Maybe not in this country at any great rate. but elsewhere and on a huge scale. In America the states of Washington and Colorado have entirely legalised cannabis. The situation according to the Seattle police is as follows:

"The police department believes that, under state law, you may responsibly get baked, order some pizzas and enjoy a Lord of the Rings marathon in the privacy of your own home, if you want to."

Loads of other countries all over are relaxing things too. The wheels aren't falling off society there. Society is better in those places. That's why change is unstoppable. Maybe the UK will be last in line for change along with Saudi Arabia and Iran. Maybe not.
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top.[/p][/quote]Lol, there's certainly no denying that the biggest problem is ignorance. Take your own comments. You clearly have no experience of drugs. Your knowledge is no doubt gained from skewed tabloid scare stories (they lied about Hillsborough too you know - amongst a huge range of other things). To you all "drugs" are the same - regardless of the vast difference in their effects and dangers. Likewise drug users are all "druggies". Dirty heroin addicts who rob old grannies - young, wide eyed, skinny ravers having the time of their life in Ibiza - pot heads sat at home minding their business watching TV and relaxing after a hard days graft on site. All druggies to you. Your attitude and opinion are thankfully part of an older, out of touch, and therefore ever decreasing generation. The times are undoubtedly changing whether you like it or not. Maybe not in this country at any great rate. but elsewhere and on a huge scale. In America the states of Washington and Colorado have entirely legalised cannabis. The situation according to the Seattle police is as follows: "The police department believes that, under state law, you may responsibly get baked, order some pizzas and enjoy a Lord of the Rings marathon in the privacy of your own home, if you want to." Loads of other countries all over are relaxing things too. The wheels aren't falling off society there. Society is better in those places. That's why change is unstoppable. Maybe the UK will be last in line for change along with Saudi Arabia and Iran. Maybe not. Jack Herer

10:49am Wed 2 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

Jack Herer wrote:
AnthonyUK wrote:
the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top.
Lol, there's certainly no denying that the biggest problem is ignorance.

Take your own comments. You clearly have no experience of drugs. Your knowledge is no doubt gained from skewed tabloid scare stories (they lied about Hillsborough too you know - amongst a huge range of other things).

To you all "drugs" are the same - regardless of the vast difference in their effects and dangers. Likewise drug users are all "druggies". Dirty heroin addicts who rob old grannies - young, wide eyed, skinny ravers having the time of their life in Ibiza - pot heads sat at home minding their business watching TV and relaxing after a hard days graft on site. All druggies to you.

Your attitude and opinion are thankfully part of an older, out of touch, and therefore ever decreasing generation.

The times are undoubtedly changing whether you like it or not. Maybe not in this country at any great rate. but elsewhere and on a huge scale. In America the states of Washington and Colorado have entirely legalised cannabis. The situation according to the Seattle police is as follows:

"The police department believes that, under state law, you may responsibly get baked, order some pizzas and enjoy a Lord of the Rings marathon in the privacy of your own home, if you want to."

Loads of other countries all over are relaxing things too. The wheels aren't falling off society there. Society is better in those places. That's why change is unstoppable. Maybe the UK will be last in line for change along with Saudi Arabia and Iran. Maybe not.
This country keeps saying NO to drugs legalisation and i am glad they refusing to bow to dogooders like potfaced people like you Jack Herer to overturn it. Do we have to have a high-off-your- face-cannabised-up-t
o-the-eyeballs society which is what will happen if drugs are legalised? NO. I have always shown hate to drugs and their users as do many in society and that attitude you will NOT change.
[quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top.[/p][/quote]Lol, there's certainly no denying that the biggest problem is ignorance. Take your own comments. You clearly have no experience of drugs. Your knowledge is no doubt gained from skewed tabloid scare stories (they lied about Hillsborough too you know - amongst a huge range of other things). To you all "drugs" are the same - regardless of the vast difference in their effects and dangers. Likewise drug users are all "druggies". Dirty heroin addicts who rob old grannies - young, wide eyed, skinny ravers having the time of their life in Ibiza - pot heads sat at home minding their business watching TV and relaxing after a hard days graft on site. All druggies to you. Your attitude and opinion are thankfully part of an older, out of touch, and therefore ever decreasing generation. The times are undoubtedly changing whether you like it or not. Maybe not in this country at any great rate. but elsewhere and on a huge scale. In America the states of Washington and Colorado have entirely legalised cannabis. The situation according to the Seattle police is as follows: "The police department believes that, under state law, you may responsibly get baked, order some pizzas and enjoy a Lord of the Rings marathon in the privacy of your own home, if you want to." Loads of other countries all over are relaxing things too. The wheels aren't falling off society there. Society is better in those places. That's why change is unstoppable. Maybe the UK will be last in line for change along with Saudi Arabia and Iran. Maybe not.[/p][/quote]This country keeps saying NO to drugs legalisation and i am glad they refusing to bow to dogooders like potfaced people like you Jack Herer to overturn it. Do we have to have a high-off-your- face-cannabised-up-t o-the-eyeballs society which is what will happen if drugs are legalised? NO. I have always shown hate to drugs and their users as do many in society and that attitude you will NOT change. AnthonyUK

10:56am Wed 2 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

2 for 5p wrote:
Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative.

As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.
That just isn't true though.

If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis.

When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco?

Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all.

Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science.

Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.
[quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative. As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.[/p][/quote]That just isn't true though. If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis. When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco? Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all. Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science. Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place. Jack Herer

11:04am Wed 2 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

Jack Herer wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative.

As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.
That just isn't true though.

If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis.

When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco?

Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all.

Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science.

Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.
And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.
[quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative. As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.[/p][/quote]That just isn't true though. If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis. When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco? Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all. Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science. Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.[/p][/quote]And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK. AnthonyUK

11:08am Wed 2 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
Jack Herer wrote:
AnthonyUK wrote:
the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top.
Lol, there's certainly no denying that the biggest problem is ignorance.

Take your own comments. You clearly have no experience of drugs. Your knowledge is no doubt gained from skewed tabloid scare stories (they lied about Hillsborough too you know - amongst a huge range of other things).

To you all "drugs" are the same - regardless of the vast difference in their effects and dangers. Likewise drug users are all "druggies". Dirty heroin addicts who rob old grannies - young, wide eyed, skinny ravers having the time of their life in Ibiza - pot heads sat at home minding their business watching TV and relaxing after a hard days graft on site. All druggies to you.

Your attitude and opinion are thankfully part of an older, out of touch, and therefore ever decreasing generation.

The times are undoubtedly changing whether you like it or not. Maybe not in this country at any great rate. but elsewhere and on a huge scale. In America the states of Washington and Colorado have entirely legalised cannabis. The situation according to the Seattle police is as follows:

"The police department believes that, under state law, you may responsibly get baked, order some pizzas and enjoy a Lord of the Rings marathon in the privacy of your own home, if you want to."

Loads of other countries all over are relaxing things too. The wheels aren't falling off society there. Society is better in those places. That's why change is unstoppable. Maybe the UK will be last in line for change along with Saudi Arabia and Iran. Maybe not.
This country keeps saying NO to drugs legalisation and i am glad they refusing to bow to dogooders like potfaced people like you Jack Herer to overturn it. Do we have to have a high-off-your- face-cannabised-up-t

o-the-eyeballs society which is what will happen if drugs are legalised? NO. I have always shown hate to drugs and their users as do many in society and that attitude you will NOT change.
Your terrible "high-off-your- face-cannabised-up-t o-the-eyeballs society" is entirely based on a completely unrealistic premise.

For your dystopia to come true, all the currently responsible people in the world would have to turn irresponsible. Why would they do that though? Why aren't these people already irresponsible when alcohol, a far stronger drug, is already freely available? Why isn't everyone drunk, all the time, already? Why would these same people suddenly decide to get stoned all the time then? They wouldn't is the clear and obvious answer.

Don't believe me? Go over to Washington or Colorado right now. Cannabis is fully legal there. Society is still getting along fine. Nurses and doctors and pilots and police officers and teachers and everyone are still the same responsible people they always were. They can just relax with a far safer alternative to alcohol now.

Ignorance like yours AnthonyUK is making society a far worse place than it needs to be. Surely you can't be proud being on the side of ignorance, unless you wistfully wish for a return to the dark ages of course.
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: the govt are NOT gonna bow to sobstories from tossers and weedheads to legalise cannabis and other mindbending sh*t-that is gonna happen time and time again and i am glad the door is constantly being slammed in the drugdogooders faces with a big fat NO all the time too on top.[/p][/quote]Lol, there's certainly no denying that the biggest problem is ignorance. Take your own comments. You clearly have no experience of drugs. Your knowledge is no doubt gained from skewed tabloid scare stories (they lied about Hillsborough too you know - amongst a huge range of other things). To you all "drugs" are the same - regardless of the vast difference in their effects and dangers. Likewise drug users are all "druggies". Dirty heroin addicts who rob old grannies - young, wide eyed, skinny ravers having the time of their life in Ibiza - pot heads sat at home minding their business watching TV and relaxing after a hard days graft on site. All druggies to you. Your attitude and opinion are thankfully part of an older, out of touch, and therefore ever decreasing generation. The times are undoubtedly changing whether you like it or not. Maybe not in this country at any great rate. but elsewhere and on a huge scale. In America the states of Washington and Colorado have entirely legalised cannabis. The situation according to the Seattle police is as follows: "The police department believes that, under state law, you may responsibly get baked, order some pizzas and enjoy a Lord of the Rings marathon in the privacy of your own home, if you want to." Loads of other countries all over are relaxing things too. The wheels aren't falling off society there. Society is better in those places. That's why change is unstoppable. Maybe the UK will be last in line for change along with Saudi Arabia and Iran. Maybe not.[/p][/quote]This country keeps saying NO to drugs legalisation and i am glad they refusing to bow to dogooders like potfaced people like you Jack Herer to overturn it. Do we have to have a high-off-your- face-cannabised-up-t o-the-eyeballs society which is what will happen if drugs are legalised? NO. I have always shown hate to drugs and their users as do many in society and that attitude you will NOT change.[/p][/quote]Your terrible "high-off-your- face-cannabised-up-t o-the-eyeballs society" is entirely based on a completely unrealistic premise. For your dystopia to come true, all the currently responsible people in the world would have to turn irresponsible. Why would they do that though? Why aren't these people already irresponsible when alcohol, a far stronger drug, is already freely available? Why isn't everyone drunk, all the time, already? Why would these same people suddenly decide to get stoned all the time then? They wouldn't is the clear and obvious answer. Don't believe me? Go over to Washington or Colorado right now. Cannabis is fully legal there. Society is still getting along fine. Nurses and doctors and pilots and police officers and teachers and everyone are still the same responsible people they always were. They can just relax with a far safer alternative to alcohol now. Ignorance like yours AnthonyUK is making society a far worse place than it needs to be. Surely you can't be proud being on the side of ignorance, unless you wistfully wish for a return to the dark ages of course. Jack Herer

11:11am Wed 2 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
Jack Herer wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative.

As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.
That just isn't true though.

If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis.

When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco?

Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all.

Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science.

Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.
And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.
Homosexuality was illegal once you know.

Should gays have just dealt with it and lived with that fact?
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative. As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.[/p][/quote]That just isn't true though. If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis. When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco? Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all. Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science. Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.[/p][/quote]And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.[/p][/quote]Homosexuality was illegal once you know. Should gays have just dealt with it and lived with that fact? Jack Herer

11:34am Wed 2 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

i'd tell you what jack herer-if I had kids on cannabis they'd be thrown out on their ear and told "never ever to return" because dont want them puffing cannabis thank you very much. I know a friend who has done the same to her son by throwing him out smoking cannabis in the house and she DOESNT REGRET IT ONE BIT;money was going missing, things were being sold for money etc for her son's cannabis habit and it eventually ended up with her son getting a criminal record and her being fined(and because it lead to tension afterward her son was banished to the street and never allowed to return). And my friend has the same attitude I have to drugs too and agrees with me.
i'd tell you what jack herer-if I had kids on cannabis they'd be thrown out on their ear and told "never ever to return" because dont want them puffing cannabis thank you very much. I know a friend who has done the same to her son by throwing him out smoking cannabis in the house and she DOESNT REGRET IT ONE BIT;money was going missing, things were being sold for money etc for her son's cannabis habit and it eventually ended up with her son getting a criminal record and her being fined(and because it lead to tension afterward her son was banished to the street and never allowed to return). And my friend has the same attitude I have to drugs too and agrees with me. AnthonyUK

1:10pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
i'd tell you what jack herer-if I had kids on cannabis they'd be thrown out on their ear and told "never ever to return" because dont want them puffing cannabis thank you very much. I know a friend who has done the same to her son by throwing him out smoking cannabis in the house and she DOESNT REGRET IT ONE BIT;money was going missing, things were being sold for money etc for her son's cannabis habit and it eventually ended up with her son getting a criminal record and her being fined(and because it lead to tension afterward her son was banished to the street and never allowed to return). And my friend has the same attitude I have to drugs too and agrees with me.
So you are saying you would throw out your own child if you found out they were using cannabis? Regardless of whether they were an otherwise hard working, caring, happy, consciencous, well balanced young person - because that's exactly what the vast majority of cannabis users are like, irrespective of their age. And throwing someone like that, your own flesh and blood, into the hard, cruel and dangerous outside world makes you a good person how exactly?

Your friend sounds like she landed a bad apple. We knew a young lad stealing off his own family to buy desgner clothes to show off to his friends - his own family; it just doesn't make sense dose it? There was a lad in the paper who was so addicted to video games that he stabbed his own parents when they tried to stop him playing!

Your friend can thankfully be lucky her son didn't get into something serious like heroin. That drug gets such a filthy hold on it's addicts that it literally defies normal thinking what they get up to. Robbing pensioners, selling their bodies - imagine that. Alcohol is terrible too. If that had got it's additive grip he could be living at the Salvation Army with the other alcoholics.

Of course legalisation would have helped your friend in the first place. Only legalisation brings regulated, licensed sales. The only ID a dealer wants is a twenty pound note.

But then he could have been boozing or taking heroin instead and your friend could now be visiting him in a morgue accordingly. Whatever she says I'm guessing that's a worst case scenario.

Wayward youngsters - is there ever an answer??
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: i'd tell you what jack herer-if I had kids on cannabis they'd be thrown out on their ear and told "never ever to return" because dont want them puffing cannabis thank you very much. I know a friend who has done the same to her son by throwing him out smoking cannabis in the house and she DOESNT REGRET IT ONE BIT;money was going missing, things were being sold for money etc for her son's cannabis habit and it eventually ended up with her son getting a criminal record and her being fined(and because it lead to tension afterward her son was banished to the street and never allowed to return). And my friend has the same attitude I have to drugs too and agrees with me.[/p][/quote]So you are saying you would throw out your own child if you found out they were using cannabis? Regardless of whether they were an otherwise hard working, caring, happy, consciencous, well balanced young person - because that's exactly what the vast majority of cannabis users are like, irrespective of their age. And throwing someone like that, your own flesh and blood, into the hard, cruel and dangerous outside world makes you a good person how exactly? Your friend sounds like she landed a bad apple. We knew a young lad stealing off his own family to buy desgner clothes to show off to his friends - his own family; it just doesn't make sense dose it? There was a lad in the paper who was so addicted to video games that he stabbed his own parents when they tried to stop him playing! Your friend can thankfully be lucky her son didn't get into something serious like heroin. That drug gets such a filthy hold on it's addicts that it literally defies normal thinking what they get up to. Robbing pensioners, selling their bodies - imagine that. Alcohol is terrible too. If that had got it's additive grip he could be living at the Salvation Army with the other alcoholics. Of course legalisation would have helped your friend in the first place. Only legalisation brings regulated, licensed sales. The only ID a dealer wants is a twenty pound note. But then he could have been boozing or taking heroin instead and your friend could now be visiting him in a morgue accordingly. Whatever she says I'm guessing that's a worst case scenario. Wayward youngsters - is there ever an answer?? Jack Herer

3:17pm Wed 2 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

yes I would throw my kids out of the house for smoking cannabis and/or other drugs in the house Jack. Regardless of whether the kids are lazy and ignorant off it and caring intelligent and good natured. And if you got in the way, interfered and tried to talk me out of it I would tell you to mind your own business and keep your nose out of it. I couldnt have young cannabis/drug user scum kids living under my roof.
yes I would throw my kids out of the house for smoking cannabis and/or other drugs in the house Jack. Regardless of whether the kids are lazy and ignorant off it and caring intelligent and good natured. And if you got in the way, interfered and tried to talk me out of it I would tell you to mind your own business and keep your nose out of it. I couldnt have young cannabis/drug user scum kids living under my roof. AnthonyUK

3:22pm Wed 2 Jan 13

George.White.Bread says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
Jack Herer wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative.

As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.
That just isn't true though.

If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis.

When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco?

Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all.

Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science.

Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.
And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.
Anthony, don't bother taking this ballbag on, he'll just bore you stupid with his quest for society to become a place where organised crime would flourish further, drug-drive related arrests, injuries and fatalities would go through the roof and kids would get addicted to it from a young age. He'll even argue that you cannot get addicted to the stuff. WRONG.

I'm afraid he can't see past the end of his over sized spliff.
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative. As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.[/p][/quote]That just isn't true though. If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis. When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco? Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all. Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science. Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.[/p][/quote]And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.[/p][/quote]Anthony, don't bother taking this ballbag on, he'll just bore you stupid with his quest for society to become a place where organised crime would flourish further, drug-drive related arrests, injuries and fatalities would go through the roof and kids would get addicted to it from a young age. He'll even argue that you cannot get addicted to the stuff. WRONG. I'm afraid he can't see past the end of his over sized spliff. George.White.Bread

3:22pm Wed 2 Jan 13

George.White.Bread says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
Jack Herer wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative.

As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.
That just isn't true though.

If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis.

When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco?

Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all.

Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science.

Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.
And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.
Anthony, don't bother taking this ballbag on, he'll just bore you stupid with his quest for society to become a place where organised crime would flourish further, drug-drive related arrests, injuries and fatalities would go through the roof and kids would get addicted to it from a young age. He'll even argue that you cannot get addicted to the stuff. WRONG.

I'm afraid he can't see past the end of his over sized spliff.
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative. As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.[/p][/quote]That just isn't true though. If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis. When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco? Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all. Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science. Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.[/p][/quote]And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.[/p][/quote]Anthony, don't bother taking this ballbag on, he'll just bore you stupid with his quest for society to become a place where organised crime would flourish further, drug-drive related arrests, injuries and fatalities would go through the roof and kids would get addicted to it from a young age. He'll even argue that you cannot get addicted to the stuff. WRONG. I'm afraid he can't see past the end of his over sized spliff. George.White.Bread

4:57pm Wed 2 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
i'd tell you what jack herer-if I had kids on cannabis they'd be thrown out on their ear and told "never ever to return" because dont want them puffing cannabis thank you very much. I know a friend who has done the same to her son by throwing him out smoking cannabis in the house and she DOESNT REGRET IT ONE BIT;money was going missing, things were being sold for money etc for her son's cannabis habit and it eventually ended up with her son getting a criminal record and her being fined(and because it lead to tension afterward her son was banished to the street and never allowed to return). And my friend has the same attitude I have to drugs too and agrees with me.
Also jack (AND YOU DONT HAVE A CONSCIENCE NEVER MIND A BRAIN IN YOUR BODY),and you may choose to refuse to hear this but there ARE parents out there who DO shop their kids to the police for drug use robbery drugdealing etc and they're only doing RIGHT and not condoning it like you WOULD.
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: i'd tell you what jack herer-if I had kids on cannabis they'd be thrown out on their ear and told "never ever to return" because dont want them puffing cannabis thank you very much. I know a friend who has done the same to her son by throwing him out smoking cannabis in the house and she DOESNT REGRET IT ONE BIT;money was going missing, things were being sold for money etc for her son's cannabis habit and it eventually ended up with her son getting a criminal record and her being fined(and because it lead to tension afterward her son was banished to the street and never allowed to return). And my friend has the same attitude I have to drugs too and agrees with me.[/p][/quote]Also jack (AND YOU DONT HAVE A CONSCIENCE NEVER MIND A BRAIN IN YOUR BODY),and you may choose to refuse to hear this but there ARE parents out there who DO shop their kids to the police for drug use robbery drugdealing etc and they're only doing RIGHT and not condoning it like you WOULD. AnthonyUK

5:16pm Wed 2 Jan 13

woolywords says...

I do hope that nobody suffered from the effects of smoke inhalation...
I do hope that nobody suffered from the effects of smoke inhalation... woolywords

7:28pm Wed 2 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

George.White.Bread wrote:
AnthonyUK wrote:
Jack Herer wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Dave_P wrote:
2 for 5p wrote:
Yawn
that's 10 mins I'll never get back
if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose
For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative.

As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.
That just isn't true though.

If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis.

When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco?

Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all.

Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science.

Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.
And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.
Anthony, don't bother taking this ballbag on, he'll just bore you stupid with his quest for society to become a place where organised crime would flourish further, drug-drive related arrests, injuries and fatalities would go through the roof and kids would get addicted to it from a young age. He'll even argue that you cannot get addicted to the stuff. WRONG.

I'm afraid he can't see past the end of his over sized spliff.
Lol, calm down.

The best thing for organised crime is drugs, and cannabis in particular, being illegal.

Organised crime wouldn't flourish further under legalisation, it would be dealt a knockout blow. The gangsters don't want to see cannabis legalised. It's the last thing they want.

You are currently the gangsters best friend therefore, but I'm guessing you are too stupid to understand that.

Kids would have less chance to get it under a regulated system.

In areas where cannabis laws have been relaxed, all the terrible things you say will happen haven't. The opposite has in fact.
[quote][p][bold]George.White.Bread[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack Herer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dave_P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]2 for 5p[/bold] wrote: Yawn that's 10 mins I'll never get back[/p][/quote]if you checked out any of the links it served it's purpose[/p][/quote]For every positive article there is on canabis there is a negative. As far as I'm concerned cannabis users are just losses just like tobacco smokers.[/p][/quote]That just isn't true though. If there were as many negative stories regarding cannabis as there were positive, then the UK government wouldn't have to sack their own scientific advisers simply for telling the truth about weed. The truth is bizarrely dangerous to the government regarding cannabis. When tobacco use became common in this country, cases of lung cancer etc all went off the scale. Where are the terrible downsides to cannabis like you get with tobacco? Since the 1960's cannabis use in this country has sky rocketed - from nothing to millions of regular users - yet there have been no increase in any health issues accordingly. "Skunk" has been popular for over 20 years now, yet the same again - no increased load on our heath or social services at all. Cannabis has had the largest and longest human trial in history. It has passed with remarkably flying colours. Cannabis is very very safe compared to most drugs. If cannabis were legalised then society would be a richer, healthier, happier, more considerate place. That's based on science. Only ignorance is preventing society being a far better place.[/p][/quote]And the science lie you trot out that legalising cannabis leads to a happier better richer society doesnt cut it with the Govt so there you have it. DEAL WITH IT AND LIVE WITH THAT FACT OK.[/p][/quote]Anthony, don't bother taking this ballbag on, he'll just bore you stupid with his quest for society to become a place where organised crime would flourish further, drug-drive related arrests, injuries and fatalities would go through the roof and kids would get addicted to it from a young age. He'll even argue that you cannot get addicted to the stuff. WRONG. I'm afraid he can't see past the end of his over sized spliff.[/p][/quote]Lol, calm down. The best thing for organised crime is drugs, and cannabis in particular, being illegal. Organised crime wouldn't flourish further under legalisation, it would be dealt a knockout blow. The gangsters don't want to see cannabis legalised. It's the last thing they want. You are currently the gangsters best friend therefore, but I'm guessing you are too stupid to understand that. Kids would have less chance to get it under a regulated system. In areas where cannabis laws have been relaxed, all the terrible things you say will happen haven't. The opposite has in fact. Jack Herer

8:17pm Wed 2 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

you ARE a ballbag herer, and YES I WOULD throw my kids onto the street if they smoked cannabis and/or misused other drugs and if you interfered or got involved i'd come down on you HARD like a ton of bricks with NO MERCY towards you OR my scum kid stoners(and they'd STILL get kicked out even if you tried to dissuade me because allowing your kids to smoke cannabis in the home is condoning their actions AND breaking the law;parents who allow their kids to smoke cannabis in the home including you are BRAINDEAD INADEQUATES!!!)
you ARE a ballbag herer, and YES I WOULD throw my kids onto the street if they smoked cannabis and/or misused other drugs and if you interfered or got involved i'd come down on you HARD like a ton of bricks with NO MERCY towards you OR my scum kid stoners(and they'd STILL get kicked out even if you tried to dissuade me because allowing your kids to smoke cannabis in the home is condoning their actions AND breaking the law;parents who allow their kids to smoke cannabis in the home including you are BRAINDEAD INADEQUATES!!!) AnthonyUK

8:57am Thu 3 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
you ARE a ballbag herer, and YES I WOULD throw my kids onto the street if they smoked cannabis and/or misused other drugs and if you interfered or got involved i'd come down on you HARD like a ton of bricks with NO MERCY towards you OR my scum kid stoners(and they'd STILL get kicked out even if you tried to dissuade me because allowing your kids to smoke cannabis in the home is condoning their actions AND breaking the law;parents who allow their kids to smoke cannabis in the home including you are BRAINDEAD INADEQUATES!!!)
Lol, had you been drinking when you wrote this?

I'm intrigued what you have in mind when you say you are going to come down HARD on me and your "scum kid stoner?" I mean where do you stop in your head with this picture when you are shouting "NO MERCY"?

To be honest it's a bit weird. What have I got to do with your child's hypothetical cannabis use? What would I ever be doing at yours trying to "dissuade" you? It makes no sense.

Why am I even part of your strangely violent, shouting fantasy?

You want to lay off the booze. Or at least the internet. It can't be good for your blood pressure.

You want to try cannabis. That will calm you down, lower your blood pressure, amongst a whole range of other proven health benefits.

Chances are if you replaced alcohol with cannabis you'd live for a couple of extra years. Statisically people who take cannabis live markedly longer than those that don't - that's a fact.

Cannabis users don't go around shouting NO MERCY to complete strangers mind, so that probably helps.
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: you ARE a ballbag herer, and YES I WOULD throw my kids onto the street if they smoked cannabis and/or misused other drugs and if you interfered or got involved i'd come down on you HARD like a ton of bricks with NO MERCY towards you OR my scum kid stoners(and they'd STILL get kicked out even if you tried to dissuade me because allowing your kids to smoke cannabis in the home is condoning their actions AND breaking the law;parents who allow their kids to smoke cannabis in the home including you are BRAINDEAD INADEQUATES!!!)[/p][/quote]Lol, had you been drinking when you wrote this? I'm intrigued what you have in mind when you say you are going to come down HARD on me and your "scum kid stoner?" I mean where do you stop in your head with this picture when you are shouting "NO MERCY"? To be honest it's a bit weird. What have I got to do with your child's hypothetical cannabis use? What would I ever be doing at yours trying to "dissuade" you? It makes no sense. Why am I even part of your strangely violent, shouting fantasy? You want to lay off the booze. Or at least the internet. It can't be good for your blood pressure. You want to try cannabis. That will calm you down, lower your blood pressure, amongst a whole range of other proven health benefits. Chances are if you replaced alcohol with cannabis you'd live for a couple of extra years. Statisically people who take cannabis live markedly longer than those that don't - that's a fact. Cannabis users don't go around shouting NO MERCY to complete strangers mind, so that probably helps. Jack Herer

9:12am Thu 3 Jan 13

shytalk says...

malcolmkyle16 What you need is re hab/councilling after writing all that.
All i can say is thank God am sensible.
malcolmkyle16 What you need is re hab/councilling after writing all that. All i can say is thank God am sensible. shytalk

10:09am Thu 3 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

shytalk wrote:
malcolmkyle16 What you need is re hab/councilling after writing all that.
All i can say is thank God am sensible.
Why would they need rehab / councilling after writing something??

Do you genuinely think that happens when you write too much? Was Charles Dickens in and out of rehab? Was Enid Blyton always in the Priory?

You don't sound all that sensible to be honest if you think people automatically need rehab after writing a couple of thousand words, so I wouldn't be thanking God just yet.
[quote][p][bold]shytalk[/bold] wrote: malcolmkyle16 What you need is re hab/councilling after writing all that. All i can say is thank God am sensible.[/p][/quote]Why would they need rehab / councilling after writing something?? Do you genuinely think that happens when you write too much? Was Charles Dickens in and out of rehab? Was Enid Blyton always in the Priory? You don't sound all that sensible to be honest if you think people automatically need rehab after writing a couple of thousand words, so I wouldn't be thanking God just yet. Jack Herer

3:35pm Thu 3 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

why Jack Herer are you ORDERING me around AND telling me to smoke cannabis when I don't even like it eh? Where do you get off on telling people what to do with their lives? I will never learn to love like get on with or associate with cannabis users! Whether they are nice natured OR not!
why Jack Herer are you ORDERING me around AND telling me to smoke cannabis when I don't even like it eh? Where do you get off on telling people what to do with their lives? I will never learn to love like get on with or associate with cannabis users! Whether they are nice natured OR not! AnthonyUK

7:56pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Jack Herer says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
why Jack Herer are you ORDERING me around AND telling me to smoke cannabis when I don't even like it eh? Where do you get off on telling people what to do with their lives? I will never learn to love like get on with or associate with cannabis users! Whether they are nice natured OR not!
Jeez, chill dude.

Nobody is telling you what to do. You are on a local news site. People come here to give opinions, or thoughts, or advice, but not orders surely. How could they ever be orders?

Mine was just friendly advice, based on sound science, on how you could live a happier and longer life. If your doctor advised you how to live longer would you blow your lid and accuse him of ordering you about? You must have an unusual relationship with your GP if you do.

Would you say you had a closed mind at all Anthony?
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: why Jack Herer are you ORDERING me around AND telling me to smoke cannabis when I don't even like it eh? Where do you get off on telling people what to do with their lives? I will never learn to love like get on with or associate with cannabis users! Whether they are nice natured OR not![/p][/quote]Jeez, chill dude. Nobody is telling you what to do. You are on a local news site. People come here to give opinions, or thoughts, or advice, but not orders surely. How could they ever be orders? Mine was just friendly advice, based on sound science, on how you could live a happier and longer life. If your doctor advised you how to live longer would you blow your lid and accuse him of ordering you about? You must have an unusual relationship with your GP if you do. Would you say you had a closed mind at all Anthony? Jack Herer

1:20am Fri 4 Jan 13

thoroughbred says...

Well...I don't want to get dragged into any slanging match over this article, but I would like to add my opinion.
Firstly...as long as it's illegal, there will be drug dealers feeding our kids.
Fires and major damage in other peoples (rented) homes, cos this is what the dealers do.
Violence, generally down to abuse of alcohol, which is the drug most folk choose as it's legal, but 10 times more deadly.
Pain and suffering for thousands of of sick people, who just happen to find cannabis helps.
and...mass unemployment, cos dealers are usually dolites, growing, or dealing for a living.

If it was legalised, as it is in Holland and of course many other countries, where there are public, yet enclosed, licensed, responsibly managed venues...(just like sheesha bars)
It's culture/manufacture could be controlled and potentially be huge business, hence thousands of jobs, hence multi millions in taxes, hence funds for more medical research, hence prescription weed for genuine, diagnosed pain sufferers, hence a more sedate, safe and moderated benefit to society.
Let me add...I am not young, I have never taken an unprescribed drug in my life, I do not condone bedroom farmers, or back street, or school gate dealers, they are the scum of the earth.
But I do know several, long term, cannabis users, who perform 110% in high flying jobs and business. A brilliant teacher. A brilliant chef and the CEO of a National company, all intelligent, quick witted, God fearing people, with families, beautiful homes, cars, holidays, who use within the confines of their own homes and I can never look at and see 'a criminal' which under UK law, they are!
I don't believe cannabis would be so popular if it was legalised. I don't believe it's highly addictive. I do believe it helps in pain relief, depression and anger control.
Would I accept it, for myself and/or my children if it was for severe pain...? probably YES! legal or not!
Well...I don't want to get dragged into any slanging match over this article, but I would like to add my opinion. Firstly...as long as it's illegal, there will be drug dealers feeding our kids. Fires and major damage in other peoples (rented) homes, cos this is what the dealers do. Violence, generally down to abuse of alcohol, which is the drug most folk choose as it's legal, but 10 times more deadly. Pain and suffering for thousands of of sick people, who just happen to find cannabis helps. and...mass unemployment, cos dealers are usually dolites, growing, or dealing for a living. If it was legalised, as it is in Holland and of course many other countries, where there are public, yet enclosed, licensed, responsibly managed venues...(just like sheesha bars) It's culture/manufacture could be controlled and potentially be huge business, hence thousands of jobs, hence multi millions in taxes, hence funds for more medical research, hence prescription weed for genuine, diagnosed pain sufferers, hence a more sedate, safe and moderated benefit to society. Let me add...I am not young, I have never taken an unprescribed drug in my life, I do not condone bedroom farmers, or back street, or school gate dealers, they are the scum of the earth. But I do know several, long term, cannabis users, who perform 110% in high flying jobs and business. A brilliant teacher. A brilliant chef and the CEO of a National company, all intelligent, quick witted, God fearing people, with families, beautiful homes, cars, holidays, who use within the confines of their own homes and I can never look at and see 'a criminal' which under UK law, they are! I don't believe cannabis would be so popular if it was legalised. I don't believe it's highly addictive. I do believe it helps in pain relief, depression and anger control. Would I accept it, for myself and/or my children if it was for severe pain...? probably YES! legal or not! thoroughbred

5:48am Fri 4 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

you would condone and allow your kids and you to break the law by smoking cannabis because you thoroughbred are a total scumbag of a parent and lawbreaking advocate like many who allow themselves and kids to do it and stick two fingers up at the police if you and your kids are arrested and jailed-it is just the sort of lazy ignorant person you ARE. I would do the opposite and kick my lawbreaking kids out the family home onto the street shockhorror to all of you and stuff the moral elements too who defend lawbreaking and show hellbent and deliberate wanton defiant ignorance for the police and/or authority.
you would condone and allow your kids and you to break the law by smoking cannabis because you thoroughbred are a total scumbag of a parent and lawbreaking advocate like many who allow themselves and kids to do it and stick two fingers up at the police if you and your kids are arrested and jailed-it is just the sort of lazy ignorant person you ARE. I would do the opposite and kick my lawbreaking kids out the family home onto the street shockhorror to all of you and stuff the moral elements too who defend lawbreaking and show hellbent and deliberate wanton defiant ignorance for the police and/or authority. AnthonyUK

12:08pm Fri 4 Jan 13

AnthonyUK says...

If I want your advice and help on how to live longer Jack Herer I will ask for it ok? I dont need it rammed down my throat as you did. I dont like cannabis the users the dealers or the plant ok?
If I want your advice and help on how to live longer Jack Herer I will ask for it ok? I dont need it rammed down my throat as you did. I dont like cannabis the users the dealers or the plant ok? AnthonyUK

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