True story ... sort of.. Pretty much self explanatory.. Mr. Politician, sir, smoke thisl One long ass time ago It' s called ‘marijuana’ sir. T feel greate What  True story sort of Pretty much self explanatory Mr Politician sir smoke thisl One long ass time ago It' s called ‘marijuana’ T feel greate What
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True story ... sort of.. Pretty much self explanatory.. Mr. Politician, sir, smoke thisl One long ass time ago It' s called ‘marijuana’ sir. T feel greate What

Pretty much self explanatory.

Mr. Politician, sir, smoke thisl
One long ass time ago
It' s called ‘marijuana’ sir.
T feel greate What 13 It' s no more harmful than a
this giraff? cigarette, if net less.
Amazingg You know, if our
farmers could cultivate this, T agree sir. We have the proper
our country could export it. environment to grow it in here,
Something this good would be in so it will be easel What should
high demande we do now?
Of counsel That wav international
criminal organizations such as
the mafia, or corrupt governments
such as Venezuela' s
Ban itl
can profit from it
instead of ual
Waite Let' s also criminalize it,
that wav we can arrest our own
otherwise innocent citizens and
introduce them to our gang addled
prison sistema
Naturally sir. I' ll introduce the bill
immediately. Knowing your fellow politicians
are as stupid as vou are, this bill will
pass in no timee
This was a good idea.
and that' s why marijuana
is illegall The end.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#41 - haxorman
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#108 to #41 - anon id: 2f20053b
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Ron Paul throws a party for people old enough to vote on him.*
User avatar #174 to #108 - lemurdecatta
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You thumb him down because you know he's right.
Ron Paul is a lunatic anyways.
User avatar #179 to #174 - awsomeseal
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inb4 *********
User avatar #33 - MegaAwesomeSauce
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One argument for stoners is that weed isn't as bad as alcohol

Alcohol was banned once in america, but after years of protest and men taking to the streets to bring it back again, it was finally revoked and alcohol was brought back. Reason being is that the men that went to protest were honest and trustworthy men who got off their ass and fought for their right to get wasted.

Weed isn't going to get legalized anytime soon because no one takes stoner's seriously. Most stoners are teenagers who couldn't change **** if they tried and the government isn't going to change **** for them. Stoners are too lazy to get off their damn ass and make change anyway so maybe it is for the better. The only way things are going to change are if stoners quit getting high for a moment and actually protest this ****.


I actually find it ironic that Weed prevents them to effectively protest their thoughts.
#58 to #33 - skullbash
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most stoners dont care if it illegal cause there gonna smoke it anyway so theres no real need to change things
#143 to #33 - anon id: 19589e0c
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I find it ironic how you're taking the "high ground" here when a lot of your earlier arguments are based on subjective experiences and personal beliefs. ("being the weed schizophrenia posterboy" & "weed doesn't do anything but waste money")

I'm not saying that some (well, a lot) of the supporters of legalization aren't typical "stoner retards", though. However, there are also a lot of very organized people with intelligent thoughts and logical arguments for legalization of cannabis (NORML, anyone?) who don't want to be branded as criminals simply because they inhale the smoke of a plant. You lumping all supporters of cannabis as "dumb stoners" doesn't do you much credit, as that is obviously not the case.

TL;DR: Nice generalizations you got there, bub.
#196 to #143 - wookymunster
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Sees you with a thumb down for giving a valid counter-argument
Thumbs you back up.
#242 to #196 - sanepane
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Thank you. :)
User avatar #215 to #143 - admiralen
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it is kinda funny when you say that you know normal people who smoke marijuana, since that makes you very different from most of society and btw have you even read about the side effects of cannabis?
#235 to #215 - olioh
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#241 to #215 - sanepane
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I don't browse "abovetheinfluence", if that's what you're asking. And concidering that I do indulge in cannabis use, I am quite aware of how it works along with it's side-effects (that is not to imply that I haven't read articles about it's potential "hazards" as well, which I have). Compared to most other intoxicants, those side-effects are mild, and close-to-none of them are permanent.

Also, not every pot smoker is a hippie and not everyone likes to make their "drug use" publicly known. I dare say that you seem to be making your judgements while looking only at the tip of the iceberg.

This is my account, by the way. I forgot to log on when I posted my original comment.
User avatar #266 to #241 - admiralen
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ok ok, so ur the 2% then?
#268 to #266 - sanepane
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Pic related
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User avatar #252 to #33 - Mereanonymous
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the ban on alcohol wasnt lifted because of everyone protesting. the ban was lifted because banning alcohol led to the birth of organized crime, and the crime rate in the u.s. skyrocketed. they got rid of the ban to get rid of the crime rate.
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#111 to #33 - zippox
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There is actually a protest in Oslo, Norway every year for legalization of weed.
User avatar #183 to #111 - TheNorwegianSmurf
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There is? Why didn't I know of this? o.O
User avatar #118 to #111 - playfaire
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When is this?
#245 to #118 - zippox
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Beginning of May sometime I think it is
User avatar #259 to #245 - playfaire
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Thanks! Could be worth going to.
User avatar #34 to #33 - thatscrewedupkid
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imagine the protests, "WHAT DO WE WANT?"
"LEGAL... OOOH CHEETOS!"
#184 - fannybanny
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#198 to #184 - anon id: 6d36b6a6
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The best meme splice I have ever seen!!1
#203 to #184 - AllyGall
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#208 to #203 - zigzagderpaderp
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#107 - doomskull
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no your an idiot. until the 1937 (when it was illegal) hemp was used in everything from fuel (which is proven to be better for the environment and would be cheaper then using fuel from other countries) to the shell of the original ford cars. even the declaration of independence is written on hemp. its also a cheaper to make paper from hemp then trees. well William Randolph Hearst (head of the paper industry) didn't like the competition and really didn't like losing so he ran a smear campaign with made up stats such as and this is from a real headline "marihuana" is responsible for murderous rampages by blacks and mexicans. so in 1937 without a good counter argument it was made illegal.
tl;dr? pot is illegal because a guy wanted to keep his money,
User avatar #134 to #107 - musclemarinade
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The Declaration of independence is written on Parchament. AKA dried animal skin. Do you really think that would have lasted for this long if it was written on hemp? Learn your facts then "teach" us all about how stoners aren't dumb and smoking weed is good :/
User avatar #257 to #134 - musclemarinade
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I got thumbed down for stating a fact........**** logic
User avatar #114 to #107 - fluffymcnutter
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That may be but currently legalization isn't in sight mainly due to big pharmaceutical companies being threatened by weed's perfect anti-depressant and pain killing ability. There's WAAAAAAAY too much money invested in them and legalization would threaten their stocks. They couldn't afford there being a miracle drug that's both an anti-depressant and a pain killer. It's the exact same thing as you're talking about except unfortunately everything else is childs play compared to big pharma, except maybe big oil companies but that's not relevant to this
#166 to #107 - uhidk
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are you ******* kidding me?
#16 - brenavia
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In the early 20th century, hemp farmers were making a lot of money. So much so that in fact it scared the giant cigarette companies of Virginia and Maryland. After appealing to their congressmen, the FDA banned marijuana's production, sale, and consumption. Or we could make an internet comic designed to confuse people. Either or is ok.
#172 - Evanalmighty
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you know what was invented with the power of marijuana?
#187 to #172 - nightauditor
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<---- This stuff


But I see where you are coming from, and I actually support your argument.


#180 to #172 - taygah
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#42 - hellsrazors
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Another day, another post from a high school student complaining because he can't get high in his parents basement.
#50 - thebeer
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False! Marijuana is illegal because tobacco companies felt threatened and bribed the Government to ban it in order to make more money in addition to the **** loads they were already making. Before it was banned, marijuana was a key industrial crop used for the same reasons people use to justify legalization today; ropes, paper, clothes, etc.
User avatar #54 to #50 - jlhaehl
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close but no cigar it was the timber companies that hemp posed to replace on all almost all fronts. thanks for playing though
User avatar #56 to #54 - dmanspeed
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both of you are right and great use of the pun jlhaehl but it was also the cotton companys due to the fact that hemp can be used as clothing.

User avatar #57 to #56 - jlhaehl
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thought to mention textiles in there, thank you
User avatar #260 to #57 - dmanspeed
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see everybody! a perfect example of an internet conversation without the use of caps lock or the term faggot or other degrading terms! i love you all! in a totally non FAGGOTY way you cunts!

User avatar #261 to #260 - dmanspeed
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wait... goddamn it...

User avatar #160 - PubLandlord
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Brilliant becuase a country full of stoners would be productive, people who smoke a lot of weed are much more worse off than those who don't
User avatar #248 to #160 - Mereanonymous
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true, id rather live in a country full of people smoking weed then drinking.
User avatar #162 to #160 - americanplague
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Uhh, legalizing something doesn't automatically force everyone in the country to start doing it, smoking and drinking are perfectly fine, but we don't have a country full of abusive assholes who can't beat their wives because of shortness of breath. It's called free will, people are capable of deciding what they want to do and when.
User avatar #239 to #162 - PubLandlord
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Actually look at the UK , 150,000 people in 2009 were prescribed drugs for alcohol dependency and 7000 deaths. Alcohol is the single most damaging drug to society. Just because some people have the ability to control themselves doesn't mean that everyone does, you could then argue that heroin and cocaine should be legal
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#197 to #182 - renzard
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Your jimmies, however, seemed to have greatly been rustled.
User avatar #227 to #182 - americanplague
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It's hard to reply to someone who ais as misinformed as you are, but I will make an attempt, yes, weed ruins memory, but so do a lot of substances, soda is damaging to the body, let's illegalize it. And if we want to say that weed is harmful in large doses so it can't be legalized, then let's outlaw water since that can kill you in large doses. And people aren't addicted to it, sure there's the mental addiction that goes to the extent of a person just wondering what something would be like if they were high, but nothing serious. So no, pot smokers don't fight for it because they have a problem, they fight for it because it is wrong to throw innocent people into a system that trains human beings to be animals.
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User avatar #263 to #231 - americanplague
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Truthfully, no I'm not another weedfag, I smoked when I was younger, yes, but not anymore, I don't have the time for it, like a lot of people who know how to prioritize their lives. So there are the people who don't know how to handle a substance, if we were to illegalize everything that caused a minor inconvenience to a select group of people we would be more of dictated nation, so I fight for the legalization not for my wanting to get high, nor just for others to get high, there is a much larger picture and there really is no need to have this stuff criminalized.
#193 to #182 - doodthedud
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never had weed, never have any intention of having it.

The issue is more about precedents being set. Yeah, it can **** you up if abused, but so can alcohol, and cigarettes. And yet those are legal.
Why would the government ban one thing and not the other when they are so similar. That seems to be the real issue. It's a free country.
User avatar #238 to #193 - PubLandlord
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Watch the documentary by David Nutt about relative harms of drugs , alcohol is really high up on the list as being dangerous, but for most people I know they only drink really heavily once a week on a night out, and then work the rest of the week, or drink a small amount each night.

My arguement comes from all the people I know that smoke weed do so on pretty much a daily basis , have no incentive to work, revise and have dropped out of university. I know its not the same for everyone that smokes it but too many people argue that cannabis isn't addictive or habit forming, and that there would be no bad consequences of people doing it.

You want to legalize a drug, choose mdma
#243 to #238 - doodthedud
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But alcohol causes the same problems. The government tried to ban it for the same reasons and that failed miserably. At the end of the day, it's a free country, that means we can't run people's lives at all, for better or for worse. It's their dexision to make, not the government's.
User avatar #262 to #243 - PubLandlord
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Actually I think it is the governments decision, the government needs to step in and take charge, becuase although thats what "the people" want it's not what they need.

Government intervention isn't trying to "run" peoples lives but there needs to be system where an authority can step in and limit damaging things to society.

A heroin addict might argue that it is his body why can he not take a substance, but it's illegal because there is a high chance of him ruining his life, stealing to fund a habit, getting seriously ill and costing money to the NHS and then dying, the governments role is to try and help people, thus making a substance illegal.
User avatar #192 to #182 - Kaiserlome
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Alcohol ***** you up WAY more than weed. They're both about as addictive as fast food, if you're addicted to weed then YOU'RE weak. I don't want to be put in prison because some other people are too weak to regulate their own lives. People like that SHOULD be detested like the way we treat heavy-drinkers.
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User avatar #224 to #220 - Kaiserlome
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Of course they're trying to make it seem normal, just as gay people try to make homosexuality seem normal. Just as black people try to make different races seem normal. It's just the logical reaction to being oppressed.

I smoke weed, and I don't doubt that it has negative side affects BUT when I start experiencing them I just stop smoking for a while. If it started becoming too much then I would give up all together, it's actually not hard. I would never ingest any drug that I didn't find beneficial. I took mdma once, which makes you incredibly open. I ranted on about everything that I could possibly say then when removed from inhibition. But MDMA is bad for you, so I chose to NEVER take it again. I have already got every benefit I could possibly take from it so I have no reason to do it again. I don't take any drugs that are just painkillers like opiates.

My drug of choice would be mushrooms, they are the OPPOSITE to addiction. Every time I take them I decide not to do it again for a LONG time as most people do. It's impossible to take it the next day as you get a very high tolerance after doing it. The days after taking it I get really motivated to do well in school and work harder at every aspect of my life.

Drugs have improved me socially, intellectually and morally. And I don't plan on doing them for the rest of my life. They are tools and are absolutely wonderful if used correctly.
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User avatar #229 to #226 - Kaiserlome
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I suppose. But I think it's the price of freedom. Even as they remain illegal, I would hope people be educated on them. A lot of the information we are taught about drugs are lies and exaggerations, we are never told how to use them responsibly if we ever decide to. I did have to read A LOT about everything I do, I spend a lot of time researching any active substance before putting it in my body and REALLY helps.
#164 to #160 - tawals
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yea, most of the stoners i know smoke whenever they can afford it and its a lot more addictive than alcohol, cant stand this new religion
#112 - kingdubzninetyfour
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Typical stoner folklore...
User avatar #249 to #112 - Mereanonymous
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i know the guy that made this OC... he doesn't smoke, at all...