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    I always tended to drive alittle slower after consuming... back in the day.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    This'n is a classic!

    Just a bit over 1 minute;

    because

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/ampht...historic-lows/



    Its going up and to the right!! ZOMG

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    This'n is a classic!

    Just a bit over 1 minute;

    This guy is not good at lying with a straight face. No emotional connection with the viewer. Too much fear. No tears.
    The essential English leadership secret does not depend on particular intelligence. Rather, it depends on a remarkably stupid thick-headedness. The English follow the principle that when one lies, one should lie big, and stick to it. They keep up their lies, even at the risk of looking ridiculous.

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    This rebuttal was pretty good:

    Once you go Paul, you see through them all.

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    Boogity-boom!
    http://gizmodo.com/congressman-uses-...xcu-1792656427

    Speaking with Brianna Keilar, here’s what the congressman had to say:
    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.65098)]“The reality, Brianna, is that we have to measure all of the costs, ancillary and otherwise, and make the best decision that we can. But I can suggest to you that there are national security implications here for a porous border. Ya know, we sometimes used to make the point that if someone wanted to smuggle in a dangerous weapon, even a nuclear weapon, into America, how would they do it? And the suggestion was made, ‘Well, we’ll simply hide it in a bale of marijuana.’ So the implications of a porous border have national security dimensions that are very significant and that bear a lot of conversation when we talk about costs.”
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    Whom is this 'we' he speaks of? CIA/Deep state (again, again)?

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    Seems as though dogs should fear pissed off stoners instead of a buzz........

    But whadda I know.



    Marijuana poisoning a serious risk for Colorado dogs

    http://www.coloradoan.com/story/news...dogs/99304356/

    Candace Braden woke up one morning in late January to find her dog had lost his personality.

    Four-year-old Finn, a normally energetic and friendly boxer/blue heeler mix, was stiff and unresponsive. His jaw was locked. His brown eyes, barely open, couldn’t register his owner’s panicked face.

    He was high. But Braden didn’t know that yet.

    “I was pretty much having a nervous breakdown,” Braden said. “It’s really scary to see your baby like that.”

    Braden’s situation is more common than you might expect. Finn was one of the hundreds of dogs treated for marijuana toxicity at Fort Collins animal hospitals in the last year. Veterinarians at Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital said they see between 5 and 10 cases each week, and they’ve noticed an uptick since recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado.

    Research backs them up: A 2012 study involving Colorado State University researchers found that marijuana toxicity cases in dogs increased as the number of medical marijuana licenses increased in Colorado.

    Marijuana is toxic for dogs and can be fatal in large doses. Some pet owners use marijuana to treat their dogs for pain or other ailments, and researchers continue to study the use of medical marijuana for pets. But “there’s never really a good dose range to treat a dog with pot,” said Dr. Robin Van Metre, an emergency veterinarian at the Fort Collins Veterinary Emergency and Rehabilitation Hospital.

    Dogs metabolize marijuana differently from humans, and the impacts of consumption play out differently on their smaller frames. The lethargy and fogginess that might make a pot brownie fun for a human can render a dog incapable of basic functions. In rare cases, which Van Metre has seen two or three times in about 15 years, a dog can undergo gradual paralysis and die.

    Most of the cases Van Metre sees at the animal hospital involve a dog that got into a marijuana edible by accident. Affected dogs are usually jumpy, trembling, fearful and incontinent, she said.

    That was the case for Braden’s dog, who was dribbling urine as Braden and her roommates carried him to the car. On the ride to the Fort Collins emergency animal hospital, he was twitchy and began to seize.

    Candace Braden's dog, Finn, ingested a marijuana edible at a party and ended up in emergency veterinary care. Finn recovered after about 48 hours but Braden hopes their story will raise awareness on the effect marijuana could have on pets. (Photo: Austin Humphreys/The Coloradoan)
    As Finn underwent tests to determine what had poisoned him — the symptoms of marijuana toxicity are similar to those of a dog that’s ingested more dangerous substances like antifreeze or arsenic — Braden pieced together what had happened the night before.

    She’d brought Finn to a house party where some of her friends had been eating marijuana cookies. One friend had tucked a cookie in their pocket, and Finn found it.

    Veterinarians gave Finn charcoal to induce vomiting and put him on an IV for hydration. Because his case was more severe, they also gave him intralipids through an IV. Fat molecules absorb marijuana in the bloodstream.

    Braden took a sleepy and quiet Finn home after more than 12 hours of care that cost more than $1,000.

    That’s a pretty typical bill for a more severe case of marijuana toxicity, Van Metre said. In less severe cases, a dog might only need charcoal, which costs about $200 to $300.

    If you think your dog ingested marijuana, Van Metre recommends taking him to the animal hospital as soon as possible. Don’t worry about getting in trouble.

    “There are some outs you can give people, like, ‘Is there a chance he got into something on a walk, or do your roommates keep it around the house?’” she said. “Certainly we’d never try to prosecute anyone over it.”

    If you keep marijuana — especially edibles — in your home, store them in a place you know your dog can’t reach. And keep an eye on your pets, Braden said.

    About six weeks removed from the ordeal, Finn is back to his happy-go-lucky self with no lasting effects. Not so for Braden.

    “I’m so overprotective,” she said, sitting on a bench at Lee Martinez Park as Finn sniffed at the grass beside her. “Every time I see him lying there and being quiet, I’m like, ‘What’s wrong? Is something happening?’”

    But she’s taking Finn’s close call as an opportunity to raise awareness about marijuana toxicity in dogs, which she’d never heard of before this happened.

    “Pot’s not going anywhere, so I think it’s good to have this conversation now,” she said. “Our dogs are our family in this community. It’s important to keep them safe.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    Seems as though dogs should fear pissed off stoners instead of a buzz........

    But whadda I know.
    Just read the story and ya beat me to it. We had a pit-bull dig up and eat the squeezin's from some budder we had made. Poor guy was down for 2 days. Had to hydrate with a straw. Didn't seem to affect him other than that. He's always been a mellow bone head so it's hard to tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
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    There was actually a TV ad that ran in MA this past election warning people not to legalize weed, because dogs might eat it. One of the dumbest arguments against legalizing weed I've ever seen.





    That being said, I'd definitely make sure to keep it away from any pets, since some can have a pretty bad reaction to it.
    Last edited by jct74; 03-20-2017 at 04:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jct74 View Post
    There was actually a TV ad that ran in MA this past election warning people not to legalize weed, because dogs might eat it. One of the dumbest arguments against legalizing weed I've ever seen.


    That being said, I'd definitely make sure to keep it away from any pets, since some can have a pretty bad reaction to it.

    Even if we ignore the moral and ethical issues of giving weed to pets there's the financial issue..

    Why waste a good buzz on a critter that doesn't appreciate it?

    While we're on the subject of critters-n-weed.............Damn the deer who ate over 10# of seedlings back in '73!

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    Chris Christie says 'crazy liberals' want to 'poison our kids' with marijuana

    New Jersey governor Chris Christie called supporters of marijuana legalization "crazy liberals" who want to "poison our kids" during a talk at a substance abuse conference on Monday, according to Politico.

    "They want that blood money? Let them do it," Christie said, referring to tax revenue generated by legal marijuana sales.

    "And they will. Let me tell you something — this will be like priority number one come January. I guarantee you, if we have a Democratic governor, it will be priority number one."

    Christie — who is the most unpopular governor in the US, according to a recent poll — will end his term as governor in January of next year.

    ...

    Nick Scutari, a New Jersey state senator, is currently introducing a bill to legalize marijuana. Scutari's bill has the support of both Steve Sweeney, the Senate president, and Vincent Prieto, the Assembly Speaker, according to the Star-Ledger.

    "People like Nick Scutari and Steve Sweeney and Phil Murphy [leading Democratic candidate for governor] want to bring this poison, legalized, into this state under the premise that, well, it doesn’t matter because people can buy it illegally anyway," Christie said on Monday.

    "Then why not legalize heroin? I mean, their argument fails just on that basis. Let’s legalize cocaine. Let’s legalize heroin. Let’s legalize angel dust. Let’s legalize all of it. What’s the difference? Let everybody choose," Christie added.

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    http://www.businessinsider.com/chris...ization-2017-5
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    The intellectual battle for liberty can appear to be a lonely one at times. However, the numbers are not as important as the principles that we hold. Leonard Read always taught that "it's not a numbers game, but an ideological game." That's why it's important to continue to provide a principled philosophy as to what the role of government ought to be, despite the numbers that stare us in the face.

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    Let’s legalize cocaine. Let’s legalize heroin. Let’s legalize angel dust. Let’s legalize all of it. What’s the difference? Let everybody choose.
    -- Chris Christie
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    "Then why not legalize heroin? I mean, their argument fails just on that basis. Let’s legalize cocaine. Let’s legalize heroin. Let’s legalize angel dust. Let’s legalize all of it. What’s the difference? Let everybody choose," Christie added.
    You're getting the idea there lardass....

    Now get your atrophied brain around firing 3/4 of the kops, 3/4 of the kourts and 90% of the prison staff that us working stiffs pay for...

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    Marijuana's legalization fuels black market in other states

    Marijuana smugglers are growing and shipping vast quantities of illicit cannabis across the USA.

    They’re mailing it, driving it and, in at least one case, flying it around in skydiving planes. They’re hiding it in truck beds and trunks and vacuum-sealing it to hide the smell as they pass police officers patrolling the interstates.

    Many are starting in states where growing marijuana is legal, such as Colorado, and sending the drug elsewhere.

    In June, Colorado prosecutors said they busted a 74-person operation producing 100 pounds of marijuana per month — enough to generate $200,000 monthly, tax free, for more than four years.

    olice seized two tons of cannabis from dozens of homes and warehouses in the Denver metro area. Tangled up in the scheme were fathers and sons and several former professional football players.

    “Those of us in law enforcement kept saying, '(Legalization) will not stop crime. You’re just making it easier for people who want to make money. What we’ve done is give them cover,' ” Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman said.

    ...

    Legalization "has provided an effective means to launder cannabis products and proceeds, where in essence, actors can exploit legal mechanisms to obscure products’ origin and conceal true profits, thereby blurring the boundaries of the legal market and complicating enforcement efforts,” the Oregon report concluded. “The illicit exportation of cannabis must be stemmed as it undermines the spirit of the law and the integrity of the legal market.”

    ...

    Instead, criminal organizations are setting up operations in Colorado and buying houses where they can grow marijuana, she said. Then, once the crops are harvested, they ship the drug elsewhere.

    Busting those organizations now that marijuana is legal takes a lot more work than it did before 2012 when anyone caught with any amount of cannabis was breaking the law.

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    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ket/507417001/
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Paul View Post
    The intellectual battle for liberty can appear to be a lonely one at times. However, the numbers are not as important as the principles that we hold. Leonard Read always taught that "it's not a numbers game, but an ideological game." That's why it's important to continue to provide a principled philosophy as to what the role of government ought to be, despite the numbers that stare us in the face.

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    “Those of us in law enforcement kept saying, '(Legalization) will not stop crime. You’re just making it easier for people who want to make money. What we’ve done is give them cover,' ” Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman said.
    Well toots guess it's time for you to switch careers and do something productive....Like stock shelves at Wal-Mart..

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    Chronic cannabis users are at risk of experiencing a horrifying new condition that is being reported at hospitals across the United States where marijuana is legal.

    'Scromiting,' doctors say, is becoming an all-too-familiar site at emergency rooms, with patients 'screaming and vomiting' as they turn up for help.

    The condition, called Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS), is not properly understood but medical experts believe the symptoms appear from individuals using or consuming heavy amounts of marijuana over a long period of time.

    'I've screamed out for death,' Chalfonte LeNee Queen, 48, told NPR after experiencing the terrifying illness.

    'I've cried out for my mom, who's been dead for 20 years, mentally not realizing she can't come to me.'

    Little research has been conducted on the topic, but one study found
    that for scromiting to occur, cannabis users would have to consume marijuana three to five times per day to develop CHS.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz50UGTbou8
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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    Well toots guess it's time for you to switch careers and do something productive....Like stock shelves at Wal-Mart..
    I suppose your suggesting they wean them selves from the public dole.
    “[T]he enshrinement of constitutional rights necessarily takes certain policy choices off the table.” (Heller, 554 U.S., at ___, 128 S.Ct., at 2822.)

    How long before "going liberal" replaces "going postal"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsat_98 View Post
    I suppose your suggesting they wean them selves from the public dole.
    Absolutely!

    It'd be fun to watch................With no sound.

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    Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS)
    So, what does everyone think? a real issue with "too much" cannabis use over time and basically overloading (or frying) the endocannabinoid system. Or more likely a toxic overload syndrome from some of the chemicals used in grows that are not "organic" or clean. Or something else?

    I did a quick search and found: https://www.leafly.com/news/health/w...mesis-syndrome
    Once you go Paul, you see through them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor View Post
    So, what does everyone think? a real issue with "too much" cannabis use over time and basically overloading (or frying) the endocannabinoid system. Or more likely a toxic overload syndrome from some of the chemicals used in grows that are not "organic" or clean. Or something else?

    I did a quick search and found: https://www.leafly.com/news/health/w...mesis-syndrome
    I've consumed a lot of cannabis and seen people consume a lot of cannabis. Never heard of something like this. I call bull $#@!.

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    Never heard of something like this. I call bull $#@!.
    Likewise.

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    Funny how 50 years of popular use never uncovered this issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_Horse_Rider View Post
    Funny how 50 years of popular use never uncovered this issue
    Lol, ya, all of a sudden weed is legal and people just start getting it??? There have been stoners for decades... weed has been plentiful for decades..

    The other issue is that they claim it is caused by CBDs.. but CBDs aren't neccessarily any less plentiful in strains that have lower THC content like they tended to have 30-40+ years ago, in fact a good way to procure high CBD products is from non-THC hemp. That means back when people had to smoke more plant material to get the same high, they were likely ingesting MORE CBDs, and as the THC levels increased now people tend to get less CBDs, unless they are smoking a high CBD strain.

    But that is almost irrelevant, because people have been smoking the chronic since the beginning, but it has been much more readily available since the 90s and 2000s.. but that is again 27 years for this to be happening..

    More than likely this is from some chemical or something being used during the growing process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    More than likely this is from some chemical or something being used during the growing process.
    That is what I was thinking too....
    Once you go Paul, you see through them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsat_98 View Post
    I suppose your suggesting they wean them selves from the public dole.
    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    Absolutely!

    It'd be fun to watch................With no sound.
    LOL
    “[T]he enshrinement of constitutional rights necessarily takes certain policy choices off the table.” (Heller, 554 U.S., at ___, 128 S.Ct., at 2822.)

    How long before "going liberal" replaces "going postal"?

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