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Old 11-11-2012, 08:27 AM
 
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Orly?

I'd heard he died of brain cancer.
I don't know and I don't care. I respect him as an artist and I'm not a huge fan of him. To me, I see weed very much like alcohol and cigs. I think it's better to have it sold at the store with honest people rather than encountering a sketchy individual that sells and deals.
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:52 AM
 
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Who said it wouldn't?

I don't disagree about the bold part but in my circle at least I've never heard anyone go illegal to get cigarettes or alcohol since you can buy it at the stores nearby. Unless they live in some dry area where alcohol is harder to get I don't see what the fuss is all about.
Tax free cigarettes have been a major underground trade for a long time and especially now with the extremely high taxes on them. Cigarette smuggling is a big business and just because you don't hear about it as much on the nightly news doesn't mean it's not going on.

Moonshine is still big business as well.

My point is that just because you make it legal doesn't mean there isn't going to be a major underground trade going on with all the associated issues connected to that. People make it sound like if it's legal it will solve all those issues in regards to organized crime, taxes, safety, etc.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:00 AM
 
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What's going to happen with weed once it gets laced with pesticides? How much will the "organically grown" batches cost?

To those arguing how safe Marijuana is, what exactly happened to Bob Marley?
How many 60 year old plus potheads do people know that are in fantastic health?

Of all of the people I have known over the long term that smoked on a regular basis from their teens and 20's were dead by their early 40's from cancer.

There have been tons of studies that link cannabis use to all sorts of cancers, not to mention the warping of the brain and decrease in cognitive function and IQ.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:05 AM
 
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So it's better to keep it illegal because there will still be illegal sales even if it is legal?
Flawed logic.

So we shouldn't take steps to ensure safety and availability of pot?
It's better to go to a street dealer and be ripped off, get a product that has been tampered with, be subject to being beaten up and robbed.

No one is saying street dealers are going to go away as their target customers will be under 21yr of age.
But lets put some laws in place that do have some consequences for street dealers.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:07 AM
 
Location: Northern MN
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wow, what a reach and this post is down right wrong on all counts.
see post 97

it "warps" oh my gawd.
lower IQ.

I've taken IQ tests before I ever smoked pot and during being high and I just took one last year, I actually gained a few points.




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How many 60 year old plus potheads do people know that are in fantastic health?

Of all of the people I have known over the long term that smoked on a regular basis from their teens and 20's were dead by their early 40's from cancer.

There have been tons of studies that link cannabis use to all sorts of cancers, not to mention the warping of the brain and decrease in cognitive function and IQ.

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Old 11-11-2012, 11:13 AM
 
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You spew out the what you argue about.
You start out trying to give some facts from your layman observations.
The fact is that is not a carcinogen that turns your brain inside out.
I've got access to some of the best epidemiologists in the country who are brilliant individuals, so I'll take their word on it. I have asked them about it many times and even had a conversation yesterday about it. There are tons of studies out there done on it, but as expected the pot rationalizers cannot even do one finger typing on google to find out. I could put 100 studies down here and they'll still rationalize their use, so it's a waste of my time.

It is in fact a carcinogen and it is a psychoactive drug. Are you denying it is a psychoactive drug that affects your brain? If it wasn't people would not use it. It does have an impact on your brain short term and long term and again if people want to flush those chemicals through their body, they just need to do it not in my space and not expect me to pay for it or the consequences.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:17 AM
 
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It's better to go to a street dealer and be ripped off, get a product that has been tampered with, be subject to being beaten up and robbed...
But lets put some laws in place that do have some consequences for street dealers.
Who exactly do you think the street dealer is? It's your neighbor Heather. The one who has a son who plays basketball with your son. She buys an oz so she can sell off three quarters of it to make hers a little cheaper.

And who's the pusherman? Outside of a Stepenwolf tune, has any pervert looking maniac on the street corner offered you a free line of coke? If youre female, maybe. But that's a different motive for a different thing.

Rsh56, you don't know and you don't care? Of course you don't.

I care. Why? My life depends on it... staying sober that is.

You fools who are not addicts and who are not alcoholics sit back and scream "It's not a disease and it is a choice. Just say no!"

Well just say no starts with finding a sufficient substitute to weed and/or booze.

If you want to smoke it then do it!

But amendment 64 does not make it legal!
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:19 AM
 
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But Sno what about all the tar?

Some pot will still be sold loose (roll your own)
With legalization comes regulation.
Some will commercialize it.
It will be packaged much like cigarettes.
It will have a filter just like cigarettes to help remove the tar a
bong, water pipe also removes tar.

legislation will make pot heater for users.
This is a good thing.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:30 AM
 
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1.It will still be illegal to do it in your space.
2 Legalizing it will result in taxation.
Part of this taxation will go to paying for the consequences you now pay for.

Yes, I too have received propaganda from respected doctors and when you take the time to read what the AMA has to say about it you to will see the truth start to come out.

is it as safe as drinking water , no.
No one is saying that.
BUT it is not nearly as dangerous as cigarettes or alcohol and they are legal.


So it's not for you or your wife, it will still not be for folks like you even if it is legal. then don't use it. It's prity simple.
Some don't drink and it's legal
Some don't smoke and it's legal.

There are a lot more dangerous things that we can do to our selves than smoking a joint.




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they just need to do it not in my space and not expect me to pay for it or the consequences.
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Old 11-11-2012, 11:34 AM
 
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I've got access to some of the best epidemiologists in the country who are brilliant individuals, so I'll take their word on it. I have asked them about it many times and even had a conversation yesterday about it. There are tons of studies out there done on it, but as expected the pot rationalizers cannot even do one finger typing on google to find out. I could put 100 studies down here and they'll still rationalize their use, so it's a waste of my time.
Funny, 300+ doctors and 130 college professors came out in FAVOR of prop 64.

Here are their names

It's also worth noting that D.A.R.E. dropped cannabis from their curriculum.

300+ Colorado physicians in 65+ cities and towns endorse Amendment 64 | Yes on Amendment 64: The Colorado Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol

Dr. Carolyn Abman, Littleton
Dr. Charles Adler, Denver
Dr. James Allbright, Conifer
Dr. Neil Allen, Greeley
Dr. Erik Allison, Boulder
Dr. Joseph Anderson, Denver
Dr. Jatinder Aulakh, Lafayette
Dr. Jennifer Badia, Fort Collins
Dr. Elissa Ball, Pueblo
Dr. Juan Barbero, Grand Junction
Dr. Jerry Baros, Northglenn
Dr. Gary Bauerle, Greeley
Dr. Jan Baumgardner, Boulder
Dr. Norse Bear, Wheat Ridge
Dr. Travis Bellville, Denver
Dr. James Benoist, Greenwood Village
Dr. Scott Bentz, Denver
Dr. Craig Bereznoff, Longmont
Dr. Mary Bissell, Louisville
Dr. Russell Bloom, Aurora
Dr. Nancy Bodelson, Golden
Dr. James Boehlke, Colorado Springs
Dr. William Bowman, Englewood
Dr. Eric Boyer, Colorado Springs
Dr. Robert Bradley III, Windsor
Dr. Paul Bregman, Denver
Dr. James Brooke, Durango
Dr. John Brugman, Lakewood
Dr. Susan Brugman, Lakewood
Dr. Pierre Brunschwig, Boulder
Dr. Britt Buckley, Colorado Springs
Dr. Paul Buisseret, Denver
Dr. Bukowski, Pueblo
Dr. Mitchell Burnbaum, Grand Junction
Dr. Thomas Burnison, Cortez
Dr. Harry Calvino, Fort Collins
Dr. Daniel Caplin, Durango
Dr. Alfred Carrillo, Boulder
Dr. Michael Catalano, Boulder
Dr. Patrick Cavanaugh, Longmont
Dr. John Cawley, Fort Collins
Dr. Philip Ceriani, Hotchkiss
Dr. Edward Chan, Denver
Dr. Thomas Cherry, Grand Lake
Dr. David Christopher, Evergreen
Dr. Gary Clark, Lafayette
Dr. Nathan Clifford, Denver
Dr. Philip Cohen, Greenwood Village
Dr. Kathleen Collins, Lakewood
Dr. Alexios-Clark Constantinides, Colorado Springs
Dr. Mark Cook, Colorado Springs
Dr. Joseph Corrigan, Colorado Springs
Dr. Frederick Coville, Englewood
Dr. Donald Crino, Greenwood Village
Dr. Kevin Cuccinelli, Larkspur
Dr. Tracy Cushing, Boulder
Dr. Matthew Cushing, Boulder
Dr. Donald Daeke, Centennial
Dr. Nancy Dawson, Colorado Springs
Dr. Bert Dech, Denver
Dr. Jane Delaney, Colorado Springs
Dr. William Denam, Colorado Springs
Dr. Paula Dennen, Denver
Dr. Gregory Denzel, Windsor
Dr. Hubert Derby, Evergreen
Dr. Diana Dills, Englewood
Dr. Paul Docktor, Denver
Dr. Fred Dorrough, Morrison
Dr. Jeremy Dubin, Loveland
Dr. Timothy Dudley, Denver
Dr. Michael Dunn, Denver
Dr. Christine Ebert-Santos, Frisco
Dr. James Emlen, Greenwood Village
Dr. Howard Entin, Centennial
Dr. Brian Erling, Aravada
Dr. Lucy Esberg, Denver
Dr. Gerald Estep, Denver
Dr. Brian Fassel, Lakewood
Dr. James Fitzpatrick, Aurora
Dr. Dean Frankmore, Pueblo
Dr. Susan Frederick, Denver
Dr. Andrew Freeman, Denver
Dr. Richard Garnand, Littleton
Dr. Julianne Garrison, Highlands Ranch
Dr. Phillippe Gauthier, Denver
Dr. Brian Gebhardt, Boulder
Dr. Lloyd Gelman, Boulder
Dr. Mark Getzoff, Denver
Dr. Paul Glanville, Ridgway
Dr. Shawn Glazer, Arvada
Dr. David Goldstein, Vail
Dr. Robert Goods, Pueblo
Dr. Joseph Gottfried, Fort Collins
Dr. Steven Grabowski, Golden
Dr. David Graybill, Denver
Dr. Jason Green, Fort Collins
Dr. Laurence Greenburg, Hotchkiss
Dr. Sharon Grundy, Telluride
Dr. Peter Hackett, Ridgway
Dr. Ara Hall, Denver
Dr. Charles Hamlin, Denver
Dr. Mark Hancock, Lone Tree
Dr. Stanley Hannah, Englewood
Dr. John Hardy, Pueblo
Dr. Nathaniel Harlow, Del Norte
Dr. Kajsa Harris, Pueblo
Dr. Jeffrey Hawke, Denver
Dr. Thomas Haygood, Denver
Dr. Anne Hazelton, Denver
Dr. Chanel Helgason, Lakewood
Dr. Kristine Hembre, Colorado Springs
Dr. Stephen Henke, Fort Collins
Dr. Nathan Hensley, Denver
Dr. Raymond Herr, Denver
Dr. Harland Hibbard, Boulder
Dr. Warren Hinton, Steamboat Springs
Dr. Graham Hoffman, Pueblo West
Dr. Bobby Howard, Monte Vista
Dr. Meredith Hufnagel, Lakewood
Dr. John Hughes, Basalt
Dr. Patricia Huguelet, Aurora
Dr. Kurt Humphrey, Aurora
Dr. Michelle Hundley, Hotchkiss
Dr. Christopher Huot, Montrose
Dr. John Hutcherson, Englewood
Dr. Philip Incao, Crestone
Dr. Robert Ivker, Boulder
Dr. Kent Jacobs, Centennial
Dr. Teresa Jarmul, Westminster
Dr. Robin Jenkins-Semple, Denver
Dr. Selisa Jenks, Colorado Springs
Dr. Laurence Jensen, Pueblo
Dr. Stacie Johns, Fort Collins
Dr. Michael Johnson, Lakewood
Dr. Shane Juenemann, Boulder
Dr. Gary Kahn, Boulder
Dr. Scott Kaiser, Denver
Dr. Richard Karsh, Colorado Springs
Dr. Charles Kassenbrock, Fort Collins
Dr. Joel Kellner, Colorado Springs
Dr. Barbara Kelly, Denver
Dr. Marc Kelly, Colorado Springs
Dr. Dale Kemmerer, Colorado Springs
Dr. Annette Kenney, Littleton
Dr. Holly Kent, Englewood
Dr. Harry Kiracofe, Durango
Dr. Pamela Kircher, Pagosa Springs
Dr. Lorence Kircher, Colorado Springs
Dr. Mark Kircher, Pagosa Springs
Dr. Jude Kirk, Westminster
Dr. Stephan Kitson, Durango
Dr. Nancy Kitson, Durango
Dr. Werner Knurr, Carbondale
Dr. Dexter Koons, Pueblo
Dr. Loree Koza, Broomfield
Dr. Christina Kuroiwa, Fort Collins
Dr. Thomas Lally, Denver
Dr. Kevin Lampert, Englewood
Dr. Astrid Lampey, Winter Park
Dr. Robert Laporte, Thornton
Dr. Aleksandra Laput, Colorado Springs
Dr. Robert Lawrence, Fort Collins
Dr. David Lenderts, Alamosa
Dr. Jerusha Lev, Denver
Dr. Seth Levey, Westminster
Dr. Pamela Levine, Loveland
Dr. Arlene Libby, Johnstown
Dr. Alan Lichtenberg, Denver
Dr. Virgilio Licona, Brighton
Dr. Kevin Lillehei, Aurora
Dr. Richard Loeffler, Centennial
Dr. Teresa Loftin, Buena Vista
Dr. Robert Long, Colorado Springs
Dr. Christopher Lundberg, Pueblo
Dr. Michelle Lupica, Yuma
Dr. Bennett Machanic, Denver
Dr. Bruce Madison, Denver
Dr. Thad Makowski, Greeley
Dr. Patrick Mallory, Loveland
Dr. William Mandell, Colorado Springs
Dr. Steven Mann, Littleton
Dr. Cynthia Martin, Englewood
Dr. Joseph Martinez, Basalt
Dr. Roberto Masferrer, Colorado Springs
Dr. Ronald Mason, Glenwood Springs
Dr. Pamela Mausner, Loveland
Dr. James Maxwell, Littleton
Dr. Joseph McGarry, Florence
Dr. Patricia McShane, Breckenridge
Dr. William Merkel, Grand Junction
Dr. Stephen Meyer, Grand Junction
Dr. Eric Meyer, Steamboat Springs
Dr. Lindsey Micel, Denver
Dr. James Miller, Colorado Springs
Dr. Ronald Minson, Denver
Dr. James Mohle, Durango
Dr. Vladimiar Moskver, Breckenridge
Dr. Rondle Moubry, Denver
Dr. James Murphy, Boulder
Dr. Vernon Naake, Thornton
Dr. Rock Navarakal, Denver
Dr. Shawn Naylor, Denver
Dr. Susan Neadeau, Durango
Dr. Scott Nelson, Boulder
Dr. Hans Neville, Silverthorne
Dr. Nicholas Nossaman, Denver
Dr. Paul Nutting, Centennial
Dr. Michelle O'Neill, Denver
Dr. Steven Obrien, Glenwood Springs
Dr. John Ogrodnick, Colorado Springs
Dr. Kenneth Olds, Greeley
Dr. Michael OLeary, Littleton
Dr. Kevin Owen, Englewood
Dr. Charles Paddack, Boulder
Dr. Karla Pastrana, Littleton
Dr. Glenn Pearson, Fort Collins
Dr. Douglas Peller, Thornton
Dr. Angela Pennell, Grand Junction
Dr. Robert Pensack, Denver
Dr. Nicholas Peros, Denver
Dr. Kurt Peters, Colorado Springs
Dr. Estee Piehl, Aurora
Dr. Kathryn Pierce, Grand Junction
Dr. Diane Pincus, Denver
Dr. Edward Pino, Denver
Dr. Scot Potts, Pueblo
Dr. Leto Quarles, Lafayette
Dr. Paul Radway, Pueblo
Dr. Francis Raley, Grand Junction
Dr. Carol Ramsey, Commerce City
Dr. Kenneth Raper, Peyton
Dr. William Reents, Loveland
Dr. Hartmut Renger, Fort Collins
Dr. Marvin Robbins, Denver
Dr. Alfred Roberts, Evergreen
Dr. Donn Rouge, Denver
Dr. Charles Roy, Grand Junction
Dr. Robert Ruegg, Thornton
Dr. Larry Ryan, Boulder
Dr. Emanuel Salzman, Denver
Dr. Alison Sandberg, Denver
Dr. Arthur Sands, Fort Collins
Dr. Rik Santaguida, Evergreen
Dr. James Satt, Rocky Ford
Dr. Barton Schmitt, Littleton
Dr. Diana Scouras, Denver
Dr. James H. Sederberg, Denver
Dr. James H. Sederberg II, Denver
Dr. Ann Seig, Englewood
Dr. Alan Shackelford, Denver
Dr. Douglas Shaeffer, Colorado Springs
Dr. William Shaffer, Greeley
Dr. David Sharer, Evergreen
Dr. Paul Shetler, Granby
Dr. Michael Shopnitz, Boulder
Dr. Stanley Siefer, Denver
Dr. Brian Siegel, Steamboat Springs
Dr. Wallace Sneddon, Longmont
Dr. Allen Solomon, Telluride
Dr. Elizabeth Spidell, Glenwood Springs
Dr. Donald Spradlin, Colorado Springs
Dr. Vincent Stack, Salida
Dr. Craig Stark, Denver
Dr. Sandra Stenmark, Denver
Dr. Mark Stephens, Edwards
Dr. Patrick Sternberg, LaVeta
Dr. Eric Stevens, Fort Collins
Dr. Robert Stofac, Lakewood
Dr. Stephen Subber, Denver
Dr. Lenny Sujdak, Denver
Dr. James Sutton, Golden
Dr. James Sweeney, Colorado Springs
Dr. Sachin Talusani, Longmont
Dr. Laura Tavernier, Evergreen
Dr. Joao Teixeira, Denver
Dr. David Thayer, Boulder
Dr. Lori Thorndike, Thornton
Dr. Martin Thumim, Lakewood
Dr. Kevin Tong, Lakewood
Dr. Michael Tracy, Lafayette
Dr. Christopher Tromara, Colorado Springs
Dr. Adam Tsai, Denver
Dr. Christopher Unrein, Greenwood Village
Dr. David Verebelyi, Castle Pines
Dr. Thomas Vertrees, Centennial
Dr. Larry Walls, Pueblo
Dr. Flora Waples-Trefil, Denver
Dr. Ann Watlington, Denver
Dr. David Watson, Littleton
Dr. Craig Watson, Louisville
Dr. Robert Weber, Colorado Springs
Dr. Larry Weil, Fort Collins
Dr. Richard Weintraub, Aspen
Dr. Melanie Wells, Denver
Dr. Lynn White, Denver
Dr. Norman Wikner, Denver
Dr. William Williams, Boulder
Dr. Charles Wilson, Denver
Dr. Lori Wittman, Grand Junction
Dr. Jennifer Wood, Lakewood
Dr. Cristina Wood, Arvada
Dr. Tambra Woods, Englewood
Dr. Eileen Yager, Denver
Dr. James Yeash, Golden
Dr. Raymond Yockey, Greeley

Dr. Stan Zborovski, Centennial


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Peter Adler
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Alex Thompson
Graduate Instructor of Sociology
University of Colorado Boulder

Richard H. Timberlake
Professor of Economics, Retired
University of Georgia

Alex Tokarev
Professor of Economics
Northwood University

John Tommasi
Senior Lecturer of Economics
Bentley University

Edward Tower
Professor of Economics
Duke University

Susan Tyburski
Lecturer on Law and Society
The Women's College of the University of Denver

Mary Van Buren
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Colorado State University

Constantino Vazquez
Professor of Sociology
Instituto Ricardo Mella - Vigo

Daniel A. Vigil
Assistant Dean and Adjunct Professor of Law
University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Alexander "Sasha" Volokh
Associate Professor
Emory Law School

Earle Jay Watterworth III
Lecturer of Sociology
University of Colorado Boulder

David Weiner
Professor of Sociology
Austin Community College

Marilyn Welsh
Professor of Psychological Sciences
University of Northern Colorado

Mike Whitty
Adjunct Professor, School of Management
University of San Francisco

Madelyn V. Young
Associate Professor of Economics
Converse College

Tadeusz Zawidzki
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Co-Director of Mind-Brain-Evolution Cluster
George Washington University

Edward H. Ziegler
Professor of Law and Robert B. Yegge Memorial Research Chair
University of Denver

Joshua Graff Zivin
Professor, International Relations and Economics
University of California, San Diego

Joseph Zoric
Associate Professor of Economics, MBA Director
Franciscan University of Steubenville

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