I always wanted to try it, so yes.
I'd smoke it anyway if I could ****** find any.
oh, right. the squares...
I'm a nine-point star polygon or some ****
Been there done that, I'm quite happy being a square with some brain cells left.
No, I don't feel the need to take drugs to keep me happy
I'll try selling it like tupperware. Anyone want to book a party?
Growers aren't on the legalization bandwagon..
I'm a user, so i'm on board.. a couple growers I know think it will drive prices down.. granted prices are all over the board regionally in the US.
I don't know how square I am or am not, but I don't use drugs, unless caffeine counts as one; legality or lack of it isn't really the issue. Alcohol and Nicotine are both legal; I have no need for either, or marijuana for that matter, or anything else. I do like tea at 4 though ;-)
Legal or not i would. it helps me a lot with anxiety i have. Thanks to being born without an ankle, i can't do sports like i use to. That joint i smoke keeps me from running out of my home screaming because i want to play ball, but my body says no.
If smoking marijuana becomes legal, and retails at a reasonable price and tax rate, I will smoke it again (in the day, it sold for $13 an ounce, which was a well rounded tobacco can 'lid', or 1/32 of a kilo). I'd be willing to pay $30 - $50 an ounce, depending on quality. This may seem unrealistically low, but let's get real, man; growing it isn't rocket science and we're not shipping lead here.
Maybe. I'd be skeptical, Big Pharma would never allow a cheap solution to manage pain to remain on the market long.
No. My lungs suck. tea is always nice
Yeah, and it doesn't hit as hard that way
someone mentions MARIJUANA and you assume that their life revolved around it. You, sir, have your head up your ***.
Go suck on your cigarette and shut up.
Only if it not that GM stuff. Good old bunk weed is what nature intended.
No. I drove to Amsterdam a few times, and had several passengers smoking it. It gave me a sore throat and runny eyes. I told them they'd have to pack it in if they wanted to get home safely.