My Homegirl, Mary Jane.

I just want to say one thing:::: I smoke pot EVERY single day. I've been doing so for almost 10 years. Although smoking pot can cause harm to our lungs, so can smoking cigarettes and living in the city for that matter. Marijuana has a lot of positive effects in our world such as treating a source of pain relief for cancer patients and reducing the expectancy of getting Alzheimer's disease. As for it making you depressed, you are who you are.  I smoke three to four joints a day and I hardly feel depressed. It actually acts as a stress relaxer for me. I get home from a long day, I sit back, smoke a joint & watch a movie. I have never smoked pot that was laced with *crack or *chemicals of any kind, (unless I put them there 0_o ) because if you're going to do something, you might as well know where it's coming from and what's in it. If you're going to smoke pot, you need to do it re-spon-sib-ly, know where you're getting it from, and if you can trust the person you're getting it from. Don't walk out on a corner of a street trying to buy it. That's where you find people who will poison you for profit. Instead, make friends with someone who you know so you will always be safe. It's NO different then being a responsible drinker. I know at least 5 people that have died from alcohol use (not even abuse, just plain use) and I've NEVER even met anyone that knows anybody that has died from smoking pot. So it's all relative anyway, and most of the testimonies that pointed to the negative that I read on Google, (I looked it up as was suggested in some comments on a post, where this is also posted as a comment) sound like they are from a bunch of scatter brained teenagers who don't know what responsibility is anyway!   :::::or two.

Amberlin420 Amberlin420
22-25, F
1 Response Mar 1, 2010

Here's a thought about the process of demanding the government to Legalize something:<br />
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When ever a government can give you rights, they can also take them away.<br />
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Remember, the Constitution states, the people have inherent rights. This means, Government cannot give us rights, because we already have them.<br />
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Once we demand of government to grant the right to smoke anything, and they do, they control the conduct of that right. Does anyone want that? I don't.<br />
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The Constitution also says: What is not given to the government to regulate, they shall not regulate, nor make laws regarding those issues. (paraphrased)<br />
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But, to attempt to defy that rule of law, will cause a Constitutional Challenge........ I think it's time to test the Constitution, as well as all their other Unconstitutional Laws. We're headed for Tyranny. Do we want that? There needs to be a Court Test.