marijuana, u tried it before? - Page 9




 
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Boots
 
February 14th, 2005  
Anya1982
 
 

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Originally Posted by Sexybeast
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Originally Posted by Anya1982
My IQ is 134 and I have been smoking and drinking for years, did the occasional drug try put when younger, passed every exam I sat at top marks.............so saying it deteriates your brain may be wrong.
Might just depend ont he person.
i am sure ur brain will have no problem due to ur smoking and drinking

but ur whole body,
live a good life young lady
Thanks,

But I am fully fit. I play alot of sport, I keep fit and I eat healthy. The doctors say I am fine and nothing is wrong with me. I think if you look after your self it don't matter. But thats for drinking and smoking. Drugs other hand is like acid to metal.
February 14th, 2005  
OutcastHuman
 
Drugs effect people in diffrent ways. Some people it totally F-s them up and others it doesn't do any pyshical or mental harm. If it doesn't hurt you and you stay healthy, good for you smoke it up, on the other hand that if it totally destroys you, you should stop.
February 14th, 2005  
Vitaly
 
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Originally Posted by OutcastHuman
Drugs effect people in diffrent ways. Some people it totally F-s them up and others it doesn't do any pyshical or mental harm. If it doesn't hurt you and you stay healthy, good for you smoke it up, on the other hand that if it totally destroys you, you should stop.
Kinda too late to stop if it destroys you
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Boots
February 14th, 2005  
OutcastHuman
 
Well some people dont realize its hurting them and when they do they can make a conscientious effort to stop.
February 14th, 2005  
Vitaly
 
I just don't think weed can do that to people, harder drugs can though
February 15th, 2005  
OutcastHuman
 
Well weed isnt the worst but it is the gateway drug, it is the one drug that rules them all.
February 15th, 2005  
Vitaly
 
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Originally Posted by OutcastHuman
Well weed isnt the worst but it is the gateway drug, it is the one drug that rules them all.
Mmm... No. This is what I wrote, copied from a scientist's data + research
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Originally Posted by Vitaly
Marijuana Is A "Gateway" Drug It Leads To Hard Drugs
This is one of the more persistent myths. A real world example of what happens when marijuana is readily available can be found in Holland.

The Dutch partially legalized marijuana in the 1970s. Since then, hard drug use, heroin and cocaine, have DECLINED substantially.

If marijuana really were a gateway drug, one would have expected use of hard drugs to have gone up, not down.

This apparent "negative gateway" effect has also been observed in the United States.

Studies done in the early 1970s showed a negative correlation between use of marijuana and use of alcohol.

A 1993 Rand Corporation study that compared drug use in states that had decriminalized marijuana versus those that had not, found that where marijuana was more available, the states that had decriminalized, hard drug abuse as measured by emergency room episodes decreased.

In short, what science and actual experience tell us is that marijuana tends to substitute for the much more dangerous hard drugs like alcohol, cocaine, and heroin
February 15th, 2005  
rOk
 
 
No Vitaly...marihuana is a gateway drug, and don't you ever forget that.
After using it for some time the scariness(sp?) of other stuff isn't so scary anymore.
February 15th, 2005  
Vitaly
 
No it really isn't. I know a hell of a lot of pot-heads, none of them are crack/lsd/meth-heads too. They just smoke pot, even though getting acid, pcp, meth, coke isn't that hard around here. The males and females. Untill they start doing heavy stuff I can still say that from personal experience and the documented usage of drugs in the Netherlands that weed is not a gateway drug. The difference between me and the pot heads is that while they get messed up, I drink so I definetly see what they are doing. Plus how is weed in anyway scary? It's not like it's possible to die from it without smoking over like 40000 joints (or whatever number I mention previously).
February 16th, 2005  
rOk
 
 
Look...I don't even want to bother to argue on this one...my point is your acceptance threshold lowers. That's all.