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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#13 - phanact
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I give to you, the book that taught me everything I know!
#105 - charliechambers
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#48 - ItsMeBaby
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User avatar #92 to #48 - ozkarmak
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what does "420 blaze it" means, why 420?

User avatar #98 to #92 - moosmann
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User avatar #100 to #98 - ozkarmak
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thank you man
User avatar #93 to #48 - ozkarmak
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why it´s 420?
what does that mean?
#133 to #48 - anon id: 678af2d2
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What is the name of this meme, I have searched everything.
#59 to #48 - Pootering
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#197 to #59 - doyouevenupload
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nobody ever noticed she doesn't have eyes?
#163 to #59 - lamarisagoodname
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every time
#1 - xxospreyxx
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#73 - HolyArachnid
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In other news.......
#170 to #73 - lionti
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why do i always read "cannibals" rather than "cannabis"? what kind of damaged man have i become?
#96 to #73 - moosmann
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fixed...
#126 - thecakeislegit
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**thecakeislegit rolls 8**
#132 to #126 - yutakenusername
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#52 - sammyjankiis
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#58 - happygrowman
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#106 to #58 - bonlino
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she has been waiting for so long...
she has been waiting for so long...
User avatar #63 to #58 - zahnrad
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Rape it?
User avatar #74 to #58 - commanderbunbun
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she know's i'm a hitman, she finds my corpses' in my trunk whenever she tidies up my car.
User avatar #20 - gtk
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It doesnt matter that it is legal at a state level.

Federal > State

You wont get in trouble with the state authorities but you can still be prosecuted at a federal level. Do the Feds have time to look for side of the road stoners? No. Do they still make huge busts of people who grow dick loads of it and sell it? Yes.

However you still COULD get in legitimate trouble.
User avatar #71 to #20 - cumwhore
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Actually, through a process called nullification, a state can refuse to enforce a law it believes to be unconstitutional. Thomas Jefferson thought this to be a good idea because he didn't want the federal government to have a monopoly on interpreting the constitution. I don't mean to say that it is physically impossible for the feds to send in troops to Colorado, but it would be unconstitutional to do so. The only thing the feds could legally do is try to argue that the state legalization of marijuana is unconstitutional, which makes no sense whatsoever. It's kind of hard to argue that the lack of a law is unconstitutional... never mind. Legally the feds can't do crap about it. They will anyways because they don't really care what is legal or not.
User avatar #80 to #71 - gtk
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I buddy of mine works for the Nw Mexico police department and whenever they have a huge drug issue (finding a giant grow field, big grow house etc) they have the feds deal with it..
User avatar #135 to #71 - coolcalx
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the decision from Cooper v. Aaron explicitly stated that nullification is unconstitutional. the state cannot do that.
#32 to #20 - anon id: 91aab9ad
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smoking is okay, growing your own to sell is still illegal.
#82 to #20 - Shindagoku
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If our government would just take a hint as to how Amsterdam turns a blind eye to it, we would be out of debt within a few years and crime and violence rates will drop dramatically. But on the other hand, its America, where everything must be done the hard way. Mercia, **** No. I might be thumbed down to the 7th level of Hell, but I don't care. They really need to open their ******* eyes and deal with this money problem without sucking more and more money from the people.
User avatar #84 to #20 - TwistedBamboozler
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hahahaha I guess TECHNICALLY yes. But no way dude. just about everywhere it is decriminalized if it's not legal. Especially in California with it being medically legal, no one really gives a ****. The laws are so ****** up that it is actually better off for people who smoke pot to keep it "illegal".

Also, just because weed is legal in Colorado doesn't make it legal to grow **** loads and sell to everyone. Is it legal to distil **** loads of alcohol and sell to everyone including minors? Hell no. Besides, you need a liquor license. Sorry but this whole federal vs state getting in trouble thing is garbage.
#99 to #20 - comehonorfacetwice
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The funny thing behind this is that our government was created so that State>Federal.
#113 to #20 - dabombmanater
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#191 to #20 - rotinaj
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Yeah, the DEA is too busy shutting down medical dispensaries to worry about any real drug problems in this country, or Mexico for that matter. Still, the states standing up is a step in the right direction for America.
#104 to #20 - momothebear
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User avatar #55 to #20 - shazmothree
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Growing and selling the weed wasn't legalized anyways