I still would have put the post up, though. Probably would have reworded some of it but I would still have put it up. Put way too much effort into it to not put it up.
Wow, I put some information up that Arrianna didn’t know. (Currently stupifed)
Sorry, when you said that it did shock me. You are one of the most intelligent people I know Arrianna so when I read that I had to read it about five times to make sure I was reading it right.
But you’re right. If the U.S. did legalize it then it would have the potential to become another British Columbia.
As in regards to the thread, though, the question of whether or not marijuana is more or less dangerous than alcohol can really go either way from the looks of it. After all the higher the THC level the more potent or rather more addictive the drug is.
As far as I know, there are no long term effects that can lead to death because of the regular use of marijuana. You may increase your chances of having some form of lung disease or even cancer but marijuana has not been proven to be a direct cause of death. Mainly the danger comes in the indirect causes. For example, a person who is currently stoned on marijuana is just as dangerous behind the wheel as a drunk driver.
Legalizing it to the point where you could get it off the shelves like you can cigarettes and alcohol is a bit overboard in my mind. When I say legalized I mean legalize it so that doctors can prescribe the drug without fear of being sued and arrested.