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Thread: Cannabis? now becoming legal in a number of states. Any tokers out there.

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    Cannabis? now becoming legal in a number of states. Any tokers out there.

    Once I turned 18, I gave up Cannabis, tobacco, and alcohol. Any one out there smoke or eat the stuff? Any comments on the morality and legality of cannabis.

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    Never tried it. No plans to, not unless if it was a last ditch sort of thing, end of life, that sort of thing.
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    Why is this in the Fraternity?

    Regardless, I support the legalization of Cannabis and am inclined to see recreational use of it as ethical so long as you don't go overboard or take too many risks. I've personally never found it appealing but if it's your thing and you know what you're doing go for it I guess.

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    Did that in my youth. Don't intend to start up again, thanks.

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    Former toker. Occasionally miss it but have resisted temptation. In any case I think it should at the very least be decriminalized.

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    Never done it, not particularly interested, but I'm not particularly worked up about its legalization.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GioD View Post
    Why is this in the Fraternity?
    Why not? The topics up are Beer, Cigars . . .

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    Not if you paid me to. I get highly nauseous from even a whiff of it at work (I get a lot of customers with Teh Munchies(TM) going through my till) because it smells like a skunk. Tobacco- particularly cigars or pipe tobacco- can at least smell nice.
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    It shouldn't be criminalized.

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