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#28 - Picture 02/23/2014 on giant moth +4
#46 - I've often wondered if you could train yourself to tell how mu…  [+] (1 reply) 02/22/2014 on Become a low level X-men +7
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#62 - emppilaf (02/22/2014) [-]
That would actually be pretty cool..
Built in ammeter...
#10 - Of course it's bad for you. People who say it's not bad for yo…  [+] (38 replies) 02/20/2014 on snoopy_snoops.gif +256
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#185 - lasmamoe (02/20/2014) [-]
I like that.
"It's bad, but it's not that bad".
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#140 - TigerShark (02/20/2014) [-]
You hit the nail on the head, man. I'll admit that I smoke almost every day and I know damn well that my lungs aren't working quite as good as they used to.

Weed is in now way good for you to use recreationally (medical purposes are a whole different subject) however compared to hard drugs, or even alcohol, It's relatively harmless
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#132 - xXCorpitoXx (02/20/2014) [-]
My sister smokes weed all the time
She eats all the fucking food we buy
but she never buys groceries since she spends every cent on weed
So when i buy food so i can survive and she comes and eats it all
Its kinda like im paying for her weed
and that shit pisses me off
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#101 - rainbowrush (02/20/2014) [-]
It's less bad for you than tobacco or alcohol, and not addictive
#187 - xerathon (02/21/2014) [-]
What is "less bad"? Multiple studies have indicated that there is a causal link between psychotic symptoms(hallucinations etc) and cannabis usage, not explained by pre-existing psychiatric symptoms (Fergusson, Horwood & Ridder 2005). Also statistical studies have shown that the direction of causality is from cannabis -> psychotic symptoms and not the other way around (Fergusson at al. 2005) Fergusson, Horwood and Swain-Campbell (2005) also found that cannabis dependent 18-year olds had twice the rates of subsequent psychotic symptoms than young people not being cannabis dependent.
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#191 - rainbowrush (02/21/2014) [-]
There's a lot of studies that show different, as well as no study being completely conclusive. I have never heard about people getting any psychical illness, or any negative effects at all from smoking marijuana (people I know, or people that the people I know, know). I have heard alleged claims of different kinds of problems with marijuana, but I have seen problems from alcohol, and rather often. I personally don't smoke anything, but I believe it could be really healthy as a stress relief, in certain cases, and if not overdone. Of course everything has some negative effect, drugs especially, tho marijuana is one of the drugs (this includes medicine) with the fewest unwanted side-effects you can get.

"...found that cannabis dependent 18-year olds had twice the rates of subsequent psychotic symptoms than young people not being cannabis dependent."
This reminds me a lot of the Japanese study that said people who drink wine responsibly live longer (terribly worded). They argued drinking a glass of wine or two a day was healthy for you, where the statistics showed more that people who control their drinking live longer than those who don't.
It's the same with that study, I believe. Those with psychotic symptoms are more likely to become dependent on something, than those who aren't. This shows especially well when you have to say "cannabis dependent" instead of just saying they use cannabis, as they excluded most weed smokers.

It's 1 am, I'm not a native English speaker, and I'm sure I expressed myself terrible. I do hope I get across correctly. As long as we can agree alcohol is way, waaay more destructive, I'm happy.
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#117 - baaltomekk (02/20/2014) [-]
In fact, weed is about as addictive as tobacco.

#186 - magicboudha (02/21/2014) [-]
Smoked all day everyday for a month last year, ran dry, had trouble falling asleep the first time, other than that I didn't feel any drug withdrawal symptom. Didn't smoke for 2 weeks and felt absolutely fine.
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#141 - TigerShark (02/20/2014) [-]
do you really believe the extremely biased anti-drug government website?

I smoke both weed and use an electronic cigarette (because i failed at quitting smoking altogether) and I can tell you from experience that when i stopped smoking weed for two months, I did it with no problems and absolutely no withdrawal symptoms.

When I tried to go cold turkey off of cigarettes I felt horrible and was in the a horrible mood the entire 5 days I lasted.

There's no way you could get me to believe that weed is anywhere near as addictive as nicotine
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#149 - baaltomekk (02/20/2014) [-]
And what you tell me is unbiased, because it comes from personal experience?
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#164 - thefates (02/20/2014) [-]
You're not a troll account. This makes me sad.
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#119 - rainbowrush (02/20/2014) [-]
None of my friends got addicted, or smoke more than once, twice a month, and there's no nicotine in weed.
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#120 - baaltomekk (02/20/2014) [-]
You also don't get addicted by smoking one cigarette per month. And what's your point with the nicotine? There are a lot of different compounds that are addictive.
#179 - anon (02/20/2014) [-]
There's no addictive chemicals.
It's addictive in the same way waffles are addictive if you like waffles.
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#123 - rainbowrush (02/20/2014) [-]
"It is estimated that 9 percent of people who use marijuana will become dependent on it."

"In fact, weed is about as addictive as tobacco."
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#126 - baaltomekk (02/20/2014) [-]
You really should read more than just the first few sentences.

"Marijuana addiction is also linked to a withdrawal syndrome similar to that of nicotine withdrawal, which can make it hard to quit. People trying to quit report irritability, sleeping difficulties, craving, and anxiety. They also show increased aggression on psychological tests, peaking approximately 1 week after they last used the drug."
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#128 - rainbowrush (02/20/2014) [-]
Which is irrelevant information when you know the percentage is a whooping 9, way less than both tobacco or alcohol
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#129 - baaltomekk (02/20/2014) [-]
So your definition of "no addiction" is "less than 10 percent"?
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#130 - rainbowrush (02/20/2014) [-]
More people are addicted to chocolate
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#58 - kimilsung (02/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, alcohol is bad for you too but that does not mean you can't drink.
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#44 - fjacctfucku (02/20/2014) [-]
exactly. weed is NOT harmless. it is just MORE harmless than everything else.
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#34 - hidemoto (02/20/2014) [-]
Shit man, everything is bad for you. Might as well enjoy some of them.
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#92 - yunouppercase (02/20/2014) [-]
also i believe drugs can give people perspective.
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#168 - sagedivinity (02/20/2014) [-]
Perspective on what?
#188 - atma (02/21/2014) [-]
Although I don't know what the other poster could be referring to specifically, I know that in my experience weed can alter your mindset (in a similar way that booze might, although it's not as debilitating for me), and so you might look at certain things with a different "perspective" -- food might taste different, music might sound worse or better, certain problems might seem less troublesome while others, like paranoia, may increase.
It's why some people refer to drug use as expanding your mind, and while I certainly don't advocate using harder drugs that can drag you into a VERY vicious cycle of re-use, certain recreational drugs have given some people a broader mindset,
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#182 - magicboudha (02/20/2014) [-]
One time I was really fucking blasted and found a new way of taking a shit without getting my asshole dirty, of course, it changed my life.
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#208 - sagedivinity (02/21/2014) [-]
Tell me your secrets.
#209 - magicboudha (02/21/2014) [-]
I can't really explain it with text but I'll give it a try, first, you've gotta spreed those cheeks, and I mean it, I want you to ram yourself inside that toilet so the seat spread dem buns. Next, you're gonna take your hands and make a V with your index and middle finger. Get your right hand, and get it betwen your legs, under your balls and finally on your bum cheeks, get your left hand and do the same thing the other side, now you wanna get your fingers between your cheeks near your asshole (but not too close, It still didn't happen to me but you might touch our poo and that's a big nono.) and make the V larger to open up your poop chute, then take a shit when you feel it's wide enough and you won't get your fingers in the way of the shit. Might have made spelling errors, it's late and I'm not english plus I just freed you from assparchment, me happ you little mermaid.
#28 - anon (02/20/2014) [-]
they've proven that you can use a small amount of marijuana up to twice a week every week for years and it will have no negative effects
#12 - anon (02/20/2014) [-]
The way I see it, weed is on the same level as tobacco, coffee and alcohol, only less dangerous than tobacco and alcohol. I really, really want cannabis to be legalized everywhere and I don't even like to use it. Do you think Holland is closing down prisons due to lack of criminals because of tulips, clogs and fries in mayonnaise? Hell no, it's because nobody can be arsed to do hard drugs when a spliff or some shrooms are just a short walk away, handily situated next to some fast food place. There really should be more tolerance against alcohol use too, normalizing a couple of beer at lunch on a work day for example. Like Denmark, Denmark is cool.
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#61 - toensix (02/20/2014) [-]
Hi I'm dutch and I love the system we use(even though it's full of holes and we should just fucking legalize weed instead of what we're doing now). But still XTC use is huge in my country. We're one of the biggest producers and users in the world(I personally think XTC isn't all that bad for you but almost no one agrees with me so I usually don't argue about it). Also shrooms aren't legal anymore since 2005 or 2006 when some stupid Frech bitch jumped from a bridge after allegedly doing shrooms(they didn't even perform an autopsy to see if she actually did) and immediatly banned it. You're still allowed to have them but only fresh ones which weren't grown artificially. So you'll have to look for them in the woods. I know a guy who does that every fall.
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#41 - mammafakkerz (02/20/2014) [-]
"Weed is on the same level as coffe" Wat?
#67 - anon (02/20/2014) [-]
If i don't drink coffee one day i feel numb, get a thundering headache and is completely exhausted. But coffee is still damn good
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#118 - mammafakkerz (02/20/2014) [-]
Never heard of, i drink coffe every day. But nothing changes if i don`t. It`s just damn good and of course the cofein gives extra energy. But theres nothing in coffe that makes it dangerous. Maybe it`s something your body reacts to when it`s not getting the right nourishment, and is the cofein makes a substitute. My body easily gets thrown off if i don`t get enough fibre and protein. Like fucking terrible.
#13 - anon (02/20/2014) [-]
USA is just starting to realize this, and I wish my country would too. They thought they could go against human nature but it didn't work. Just look at the alcohol prohibition in the 1930s. WHAT DID THAT DO TO CRIME, EH? I'm telling you, legalize pot, shrooms and coca products (not actual cocaine) and hard drug use will plummet like a rock along with crime.
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#14 - deadnanners (02/20/2014) [-]
decriminalize it, people on drugs should be put in institutions to help them not put in prison
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#142 - TigerShark (02/20/2014) [-]
People who smoke weed do not need to be put in institutions to help them in any, way shape, or form