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Thread: Legalisation of Marijuana

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    Maybe you'll be one of the people who gets killed by a high driver when it gets "wrecked." LOLz, can't wait.
    Stay classy.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    Maybe you'll be one of the people who gets killed by a high driver when it gets "wrecked." LOLz, can't wait.
    Marijuana use is already hugely common, nationwide. High drivers are already on the road. What makes you so sure that legalizing it will increase the incidents of high driving accidents? I live in California where it's been decriminalized for years now, and I work in public safety, and I'm not aware of any increase in baked drivers causing TC's.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by NitroHangover View Post
    Marijuana use is already hugely common, nationwide. High drivers are already on the road. What makes you so sure that legalizing it will increase the incidents of high driving accidents? I live in California where it's been decriminalized for years now, and I work in public safety, and I'm not aware of any increase in baked drivers causing TC's.
    I don't know that they would. I was responding to Wake's statement that society might get "wrecked".

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    Stay classy.
    I was imitating you. Take your own advice.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    I was imitating you. Take your own advice.
    No, you weren't. You got personal in response to my comment about marijuana possibly wrecking our society further.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by RabidAlpaca View Post
    Because the burden of proof lies on the person that makes a claim. Out of left field you made a claim that enacting stricter DUI laws will decrease DUI's. I'm not responsible for something you pull out of your a**.
    No, you made a claim and I asked you to substantiate it. Instead of doing so, you repeated your unsubstantiated argument and then asked me a question. And no, I did not make a claim "out of left field that stricter DUI laws will decrease DUI's." In fact, I never made that claim out right. Instead, that claim was implicit in the first post I made in the thread - the one which you first responded to. Why you insist on mischaracterizing everything? There's no up side from what I can tell.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    If anything, legalizing it will only lead to the tightening of restrictions and more regulation over people driving while high. And the development of better field tests to determine when someone is currently high as opposed to just having residual levels in their system from recreational use. IOW, we'd start to learn about, and educate people about, when they are too high to drive, and when they have come down enough to be safe. Just like we did with booze.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by Wake View Post
    No, you weren't. You got personal in response to my comment about marijuana possibly wrecking our society further.
    Actually, yes, I was imitating you by making a dumb comment coupled with inappropriate laughter.

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Ugh, why are we still discussing this? OF COURSE it should be legal. It's wasteful and just plain stupid to try to prevent people from using it. I'm so proud of my state for having this issue on the ballot this year. I sincerely hope this passes.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/colomjin...e=results_main

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    Re: Legalisation of Marijuana

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    I don't know that they would. I was responding to Wake's statement that society might get "wrecked".
    Yeah, but you implied that one of the consequences of it getting "wrecked" would be people being hit by high drivers.

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