Canadian WEEEEED! (Lampoon: S. Colbert)

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memyselfi

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Here in America part of me thinks it should be legal… lets let the drug acids "weed" themselves out and hopefully the government can help pay off the deficit.

Do they have good pot in Canada?
 

p_rehbein

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They had weed waayyyyyyyy back a loooooonnnnnnnnggggggggg time ago........

Why u think all the hippies fled there to avoid the Nam?
 

memyselfi

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Well, in my state, Ohio, we have Megs County Skunk week with purple buds and red hairs... Or at least back in the day, before Salvation of course, when I smoked dope...

Shoot if that was legal in the U.S. I might think about sitting and smoking al day and let you tax payers pay for my munchies...lol... Because I cannot work now... I am an andic... Alcoholics get social security why not pot heads... the rest of us can pay for them....
 

p_rehbein

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State name pretty much sums it up..........right?

O ---HI --- O

:)
 

Jackie55

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Smoking weed should be outlawed, just like illegal drugs should be outlawed.

At least, that is what my parents believe, and they are what you call Conservative Christians.
 

dave_in_KWC

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They had weed waayyyyyyyy back a loooooonnnnnnnnggggggggg time ago........

Why u think all the hippies fled there to avoid the Nam?
"Silly" man :eek:P, they fled the USA because they didn't want to fight in Vietnam (and as a Green Card Landed Immigrant in the USA (at that time), I didn't EITHER! Oh, BTW, pot was just as illegal in Canada back then as it was in the US. Jokes on you, lol!
 

dave_in_KWC

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Smoking weed should be outlawed, just like illegal drugs should be outlawed.

At least, that is what my parents believe, and they are what you call Conservative Christians.
And what about alcohol and all opiates? What about caffeine and energy drinks?
 

Deade

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And what about alcohol and all opiates? What about caffeine and energy drinks?
They should treat all the drugs like alcohol, legalize them and tax them up the hilt. Anybody in prison for mere possession, let them out. If they want to kill themselves, let them. Just keep them off the streets while doing it. :cool:
 

p_rehbein

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"Silly" man :eek:P, they fled the USA because they didn't want to fight in Vietnam (and as a Green Card Landed Immigrant in the USA (at that time), I didn't EITHER! Oh, BTW, pot was just as illegal in Canada back then as it was in the US. Jokes on you, lol!
uh, er, hmm...........guess you ain't met humor yet..........he's called tongue in cheek........say hi next time he wanders by.........
 

dave_in_KWC

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And what about alcohol and all opiates? What about caffeine and energy drinks?
Understand me clearly, I do NOT support the legalization of Cannabis, ANYWHERE! Especially in my own country of Canada, I rigorously contest the age of legal use of Cannabis being 19. It should at LEAST be 25 so the brains of growing adolescents are protected.

My questions about the legalization of alcohol and the legal pharmaceutical use of opiates vs. Cannabis being illegal are about me "playing the "opposing advocate" and these questions reflect my belief that the stance on Cannabis being illegal is hypocritical, IMO. Cannabis was legal in the US back until outright prohibitions began in the 1920s. Cannabis was officially outlawed for any use (medical included) with the passage of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) of 1970. There is also growing evidence that Cannabis is effective in treating and helping various ailments and medical conditions with hardly no side effects.