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plungesponge plungesponge 26-30, M 15 Answers Oct 23, 2010

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NO.<br />
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Marijuana usage can cause dependency and chronic usage is associated with mental illness complications such as schizophrenia, possibly depending on gene variants of the individual and the quality of the marijuana.<br />
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Why on earth would anyone want to introduce their kid to that??<br />
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Not to mention that chronic usage also leads to a shift in brain chemistry and thus brain function, and the brains of adolescents are apparently still developing well into their 20's. Seriously... what the?

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**** no...would u let ur kids try alcohol? dumb

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i do it... why not? as one gets older... you look onto the "future of tommorow" to score weed ... (thank you my darling nieces)

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No, no freaking way. Marijuana use has been linked to accelerating the onset (and even creating the onset) of paranoid schizophrenia. I would rather not impose a mental illness on my child or children.

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No, I wouldn't. There are lots of things that are legal that aren't moral or ethical.

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I would certainly advocate AGAINST him trying it. He's twenty-three, so I don't have much control over his actions.

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never

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It depends on the age. 16 and older yes I would. Please don't give me the whole "Noooo! It's baaaad! The government says so!" bullshit.

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no i would not. it kills ambition.then you may end up on some social networking site, saying stupid things to people you do not know.

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well my children are adults so they have the right to make their own mind up.I just hope it does not ruin their lives.

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mine wouldn't if it were free and legal, too. <br />
that's what he says.<br />
i believe him.<br />
maybe.

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I wouldn't because marijuana is to be treated like alcohol!

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