Too much taxpayer money goes toward the war on drugs - America has clearly lost the war now it is time to tax it like alcohol and cigs
3 cups tea good book
I'd think it's also time for a referendum on the War on Drugs, in the form of a citizens' initiative to decriminalize marijuana possession for personal use. I don't use it, but I have a stake in the overall fiscal health of Arizona's economy and state and local governments. Decriminalization is a HUGE win waiting to happen.
To Lisa: Really?
To AZ Willie: You don't check out this site regularly, do ya?
To Bob: Fuck yeah!
To Old man: Read the comment above.
To PVK: Never
To April: Fuckin' eh fuck yeah fuckety fuck!
To Mr. Smith: Please keep fighting the good fight. Somebody has to, and believe me, you do it quite well. Cheers my brother.
Ask me how many fucks I give that someone can't handle the word Fuck...not a one...no fucks will be given! Its called free speech buddy and if you can't handle it, move on...but for those of us who can handle it, I applaud you J.M. on another fabulously written article!
Since when is the F bomb banned from the Weekly?
Mr. Smith has done a relatively good job on the subject of MMJ over the last year.
I would like to thank him for his hard work.
Personally J.M., I don't give a fuck what kind of language you use as long as you continue your advocacy of MMJ.
I was surprised that the paper allowed the use of the F-word.
Geesh in the Phoenix papers the filters won't even let you use the word " poop " or " damn " or many other very mild words that are heard on tv every day.
Although, I have seen some columnists use some of the words. Only people commenting aren't allowed it seems.
I am shocked at the language in this couldn't not read after the first f-bomb
Yes, a dispensary nixes growing, unless you had the authorization before the dispensary opened.
The state won't renew your growing right, if a dispensary opens within 25 miles of you. Fuckers.
I renewed a day before the first one opened, so I'm good for a year.
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My mom knows that I smoke, she knew when I was a teenager, however we never really talked about it much. I have ( since getting my licences ) become much more vocal with her about it. I believe that she too could benefit from smoking some herself.
So if you have a close relationship with your mom and she is an opened minded kinda gal, and it wont affect your relationship, tell her man, you
Seem to be quit bothered by your secret.
I wouldn't be surprised if she told you she already knew.
For goodness sake, you don't have to tell your mother at all if you don't want to. I feel no shame or guilt for enjoying a non-toxic plant but know how my mother thinks and see no reason to present her with that information. Similarly, I'm sure there are details of her life that I don't know and don't expect her to share with me. I don't understand why this is a problem.
Take heart, Mr. Smith. The counter-productive fraud of marijuana prohibition is now going down in flames. I'm sure it will be much easier to discuss with your mother once that evil, shame-producing machine is smashed.
Whatever you say, or don't say, to your mother - know in yourself that since this country celebrates addictive, FAR more harmful alcohol (Napa Valley, countless beer and wine festivals, etc.), you can be proud you prefer a natural, unprocessed plant that is very near harmless.
I feel if you are not telling the truth to just one person then, then you are not telling the truth to anyone.
Just do it!
Do you know how she feels about medical marijuana and the recent legalization in two states?
Doesn't a dispensary in the burg nix grow-your-own?
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