I stopped here. You either don't know what the word 'stoned' means or you think it means the presence of any THC level. In any case, it absolutely doesn't and you're speaking out of blatant ignorance. Tolerance determines the amount of THC required for them to be 'stoned'. SO YES, it does in fact determine whether a person will be stoned and not 'how stoned they are'. There really is no way to tell how "stoned" a person is through THC levels alone barring an ungodly amount of THC in the system and knowledge of consumption habits.Absolute nonsense. Tolerance does not determine whether you are stoned or not, just how stoned you are.
Now, you can wax on poetically comparing marijuana use to alcohol use but they're simply not the same. A habitual user of weed can smoke weed for 6 months, stop for 2 weeks and any THC test worth its salt would still show them as a positive. That is in spite of the fact that they wouldn't be impaired anymore. That simply does not happen with alcohol. Do you understand why these two things are not comparable? Or do I need to go on?
You made a claim and can't back it up? Good.I base this on every shooting I've read about in this forum where drugs were mentioned it has always been dealing. The exception was the Zimmerman shooting where the kid was merely high. The same sort of anecdotal evidence that you put forward to support your argument that they are simply users.