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on October 27th, 2005 at 2:42 pm
Check out that guy in the photo… they picked a real winner to represent pot smokers.
I’m not that interested in smoking pot at this point in my life, but I would LOVE to smoke cigarettes again. I wonder if the THC would protect me if I smoked both pot and tobacco in combination. “THC acts in ways that counter the cancer-causing chemicals” Someone should do a study on that.
on October 27th, 2005 at 3:57 pm
Right now popping pill-form THC seems like the healthiest and most enjoyable thing I could do right now.
on October 28th, 2005 at 11:11 am
i can definatly attest to the miSpellin’ thang.
butts r bad 4 ya , smoke more weed.
where do you get dem dare pillz at anyway?
on November 18th, 2005 at 11:51 am
i was thinking the same thing – if you want to make pot appear more ‘friendly’ to its detractors, perhaps a different photo could have been chosen. then again, who says that reuters is a friend of norml? before i clicked on the larger picture, i was sure that was his hair. now i know that the man has smoked so much pot, it’s mutated his cellular function and he’s not extruding new leaves out of his very pores.
i’m not terribly educated on the subject of medical marajuana – but it seems that the preferred delivery mechanism is still smoking, not injesting thc via a tablet. is there a reason for that?
on November 18th, 2005 at 11:56 am
I believe smoking is preferred because absorption through the lungs into the bloodstream is a lot faster than through the stomach lining. For instance eating pot brownies demands some patience to get off, whereas smoke a joint and wham-bam, you’re stoned in under a minute.