if marijuana was legalized, would you try it?

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if marijuana was legalized, would you try it?

Falsepast Falsepast
why or why not?

i wouldn't because i just don't do any kind of drugs whether it be alcohol or cigarettes etc.
04/12/2012
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Iron Man Iron Man
No. Disinterested entirely. There's already-legal alternatives to get a high that don't hurt your brain, too, so.
04/12/2012
Chirple Chirple
I wouldn't, simply because it's not a drug that interests me.

Maybe baked in something, but asthma makes smoking fairly impossible for me (I know some smokers who do have asthma, but I tried once and just couldn't).

But it's not high on my list of stuff I'd want to try. I'd rather go for something like mushrooms or LSD if I had a choice.
04/12/2012
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I tried it a few times in college - I'm very indifferent. If it were legal I might try some weed-brownies - but I doubt I would smoke it.
04/13/2012
js250 js250
NOPE!! Allergic to it, this shit will kill me.
04/13/2012
ThoughtsAblaze ThoughtsAblaze
I might try it. I don't really have any interest in smoking anything, though, whether it's legal or not.
04/13/2012
bayosgirl bayosgirl
Yes, I would. I'm not into drugs, but I don't consider weed a 'drug', being a natural plant. I don't believe it "hurts your brain", either. It may temporarily slow things down in the brain, much like alcohol does, but there is no evidence of long-term damage. What about the substances people ingest every day without thinking that are harmful? MSG, pharmaceutical drugs, etc. Weed should be the least of concerns when it comes to damage.
04/13/2012
CadmiumKitty CadmiumKitty
no!!!
04/13/2012
Raigne Raigne
I wouldn't. If I were interested I would have by now. I don't think it should be illegal though.
04/13/2012
closed account closed account
i feel strongly that it should be legal. then it would be regulated and taxed. it's less dangerous than drinking. it makes no sense to me that it is illegal.
04/13/2012
wildorchid wildorchid
Probably not, tried it twice. Was great, but it really isn't something I need in my life and I've taken too many courses in University that have shown me the effects of weed (and other much more dangerous drugs) on the brain. I don't need that.
04/13/2012
closed account closed account
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Originally posted by bayosgirl
Yes, I would. I'm not into drugs, but I don't consider weed a 'drug', being a natural plant. I don't believe it "hurts your brain", either. It may temporarily slow things down in the brain, much like alcohol does, but ...
yes there are so many things that are of more concern. pharm, chemicals have so many potential side effects, many of which are serious. MJ being natural seems to make it less accepted. as a society it seems that something in a lab is more "acceptable" and looked at as being safe, when really it should be opposite.
the effects can be different for everybody, and it's not a good idea for many people. others can benefit greatly. moderation though, i have had the experience of feeling "dumb" from it. and when i was younger it intefered with my motivation.

i was going to finish college...but then i got high.
04/13/2012
Mwar Mwar
No because I don't like the idea of smoking things.

I'd try it in a pill form...
04/13/2012
ghalik ghalik
Let's just say... I would purchase if it were legal. I enjoy it occasionally and nothing else cures my migraines.
04/13/2012
bayosgirl bayosgirl
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Originally posted by closed account
yes there are so many things that are of more concern. pharm, chemicals have so many potential side effects, many of which are serious. MJ being natural seems to make it less accepted. as a society it seems that something in a lab is more ...
Exactly. Moderation is key. Just like the majority of people who drink alcohol are able to do it in moderation, but there are always people who will take it overboard and drink too much. Should we ban alcohol because of those few people? No. Same with marijuana. In fact unlike alcohol, many people could benefit from marijuana. Not just cancer and AIDS patients, either.. but people with anxiety/other mental disorders, etc. I still fail to understand why it's still illegal. because it may make some people lazy and hungry? Please.
04/13/2012
Ghost Ghost
I don't feel compelled to smoke it, either way.
04/13/2012
wetone123 wetone123
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Originally posted by closed account
i feel strongly that it should be legal. then it would be regulated and taxed. it's less dangerous than drinking. it makes no sense to me that it is illegal.
I agree. All these anti-depressants, anxiety, etc. drugs would not be necessary (at least for me) if it were legal. Marijuana has been scientifically proven to help or heal many diseases. It is most certainly less dangerous than drinking.

Hemp in general, as well was a God-given gift. It could be used to make clothes, shoes, textiles etc. whole thousands of things that would benefit the world.
DuPont and such companies put hemp out of business and replaced it with unnatural materials.

Marijuana and hemp could even save American farmers keep their farms and make profits they are certainly not making now.

There is and has been an agenda against marijuana going on since the 1920s.

There is simply no reason at all it should not be legal.
04/13/2012
K101 K101
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Originally posted by Falsepast
why or why not?

i wouldn't because i just don't do any kind of drugs whether it be alcohol or cigarettes etc.
I've already tried it and too many times. I'm not interested in doing it anymore. I've gotten a little older, have kids and enjoy running around and having too much fun to smoke pot. It slows me down and I don't like that. So I personally don't have an interest in it anymore, but I'm not exactly against it being legalized. Guess I'm somewhat indifferent
04/13/2012
griffonc griffonc
I would here and there but not very heavy cause it would probably be to much money to buy very often.
04/13/2012
destinationtwilight destinationtwilight
Quote:
Originally posted by Falsepast
why or why not?

i wouldn't because i just don't do any kind of drugs whether it be alcohol or cigarettes etc.
I used to smoke when I was in high school and have no intention on starting again.
04/13/2012
jokerzwild jokerzwild
Yes as long as it was affordable.
04/13/2012
Rossie Rossie
Done it a few times in high school, realize it fogged up my brain, and never touched it again.
04/13/2012
closed account closed account
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Originally posted by Mwar
No because I don't like the idea of smoking things.

I'd try it in a pill form...
one word...BROWNIES!
04/22/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
I just have no desire for anything like that.
04/23/2012
sunkissedJess sunkissedJess
No thank you. I'll pass.
04/23/2012
rawsonbr rawsonbr
Nope.
04/23/2012
Errant Venture Errant Venture
I wouldn't try it, in any form.
04/23/2012
Peggi Peggi
Sure, I'm already a fan of the stuff because it eliminates 2 full hand-fulls of pills three times a day to manage pain and other issues I have at only 24 years old.

If they did legalize it, I feel it would be very beneficial to a lot of people for a lot of different reasons and considering when the FDA attempted to prove how bad it was for people and shut their studies down when they saw that it was actually improving health, motor control and neurologically, they shut it down, I feel it's safe for me to put in my body I'd prefer that over synthetic pills that make me sick and have terrible side-effects.

Also, if you can't smoke it you can use a vaporizer, there are 2 forms that it comes in for pills, and you can turn it into butter to put into any of your baking I have a friend who puts it in her tea.
04/23/2012
Hekate101 Hekate101
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Originally posted by Ghost
I don't feel compelled to smoke it, either way.
Ditto to this.
04/23/2012
Vegan Silk Vegan Silk
I would probably be an social user. Just like I'm a social drinker.
04/23/2012
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