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In the long run, do you think legalizing marijuana will actually lesson it's usage as a whole?


Back in the 60s and 70s, when I smoked pot like so many others did, it seemed like half of the so called "rush" was the fact that it was illegal. Not socially acceptable. That you would be labeled a "dope smokin' hippie". In other words, half of the buzz was the risk. With that exhilaration of risk taken away, will people be more ho-hum about it thus less interest in it's use. PLEASE! NO SOAPBOXES HERE!

 

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    IDONO 3 years ago

    Thanks for a sensible answer. Refreshing.

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    IDONO 3 years ago

    True. But when running away from responsibility, don't many turn to there neighborhood pharmacy for drugs to alter their mood to make them functional, on a daily basis? Not many pot smokers have to smoke to function and don't get anxious without it.