Foreigner;10938721 said:There have to be a lot of imperfect steps before that point arrives.
panic_the_digital;10938094 said:HOW FUCKING SILLY ARE WE GOING TO BE? If you guys legalize weed, how likely are the cops to be busting down your door to weigh your stash? Jesus Christ....
LogicSoDeveloped;10850392 said:Exactly how I feel man. We have to take what we can get at the current time as far as legalization efforts go. I can't wait for the day where all stoners can enjoy Marijuana without fear of prosection.
Folley;10939001 said:WHY? What would we gain by voting in I-502 over I-514 next year..? Don't worry, 514 isn't perfect either, but it's going to be MUCH BETTER for us as a whole.
You can either support the first law that comes along, the one written by the ineffective and greedy politicians up in Olympia, or you can vote for 514.. a bill that was written by famous Marijuana legalization activists and is structured to end the hypocrisy
Except that if they do and find a small one or two plant grow in your closet, you'll be going away for a lot longer than you currently would have. That's going backwards, not forwards
panic in paraqdise said:yeah, the percentage of nanograms allowed, from the sweat extracted from a drivers steering wheel, to match or exceed the stipulated measurement, is enough to lock someone up for DUI, who hasnt smoked in months
Survived Abortion;11025258 said:No offence man, but that's an extremely stonerish things to say. You can't seriously be so paranoid as to believe they will be testing people's steering wheels to find out if they have smoked anything. This would never stand up in court. You could easily get nanograms turning up in a piss sample just from second-hand cannabis smoke.
I have watched grandparents smoke in front of grandchildren claiming "It's my medication damnit!" and then sell their extra to the parents of the children. Is that wrong or am I just a prude?