michaels39301 Wrote: Remind me to never go to Amsterdam and have to drive or ride in a car. It sure sounds like accidents waiting to happen.
WovenGems Wrote: Pot has been here for decades. So your argument would be true if evidence supported it, but alas.
As a friend told me "If i drink I end up in a ditch. If I smoke I forget where I was going but bring home Frito's".
Tee13 Wrote: michaels39301 Wrote: Remind me to never go to Amsterdam and have to drive or ride in a car. It sure sounds like accidents waiting to happen. You NEVER hear of people being pulled over for smoking pot- only drunk drivers in the US. I watch the news daily......you dont hear about crime in Amsterdam. I suggest learn about the subject, become educated then post again.
Tee13 Wrote: Carcinogens cause lung cancer there are 800 in each cigarette including rat poision- you will breathe in second hand smoke everytime you pass by a smoker yet it is legal. A doctor will NEVER prescribe a cigarette. On the other hand there are no carcinogens in pot, its helps pain and many other things and a doctor will prescribe it. In my opinion it should be legal and cigarettes should be taken off the market. Less drug crime would also be a plus! Why is our government involved in this issue. In Amsterdam they have cannibis bars, you never have heard of ANYONE dying of an overdose of pot but you have heard many people dying from cigarettes.
Dutch Wrote: I like to repeat that there are more accidents related to prescription drugs than pot. There are huge numbers of people who take these "mental" drugs who should not be sitting behind the wheel; no cop ever checks for that. Down here the "old snowbirds" fall asleep behind the wheel because of these prescriptions; happens all the time.