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Weed cant kill you where as alcohol can.So why is weed then illegal?
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Here we go again with the alcohol comparisons
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It kills brain cells.


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this drug can cause serious mental illnesses; there are many suicides etc as a result.
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Here we go again with the alcohol comparisons
Whats wrong with comparing it to alcohol
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this drug can cause serious mental illnesses; there are many suicides etc as a result.
It doesn't cause illnesses that's ridiculous. It can trigger anxiety disorders or psychosis in people who're predisposed to them. But it doesn't cause them.
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It doesn't cause illnesses that's ridiculous. It can trigger anxiety disorders or psychosis in people who're predisposed to them. But it doesn't cause them.
just as walking in front of a bus triggers broken legs
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this drug can cause serious mental illnesses; there are many suicides etc as a result.
Alcohol?
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Alcohol?
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just as walking in front of a bus triggers broken legs
A trigger would be like exams triggering an anxiety disorder. The disorder is there already in a sense, the event itself brings it into the surface. But exams don't cause anxiety disorders.
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Nar you've lost me now, have you had a little too much :beer:?
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A trigger would be like exams triggering an anxiety disorder. The disorder is there already in a sense, the event itself brings it into the surface. But exams don't cause anxiety disorders.
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/862580
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Because the government is still stuck in the past. It is that simple, they see no medical benefits from its use even though the evidence is completely against them.
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