Something goes off inside me when people who don't actually use drugs at least illegal ones talk about marijuana like they actually have a ****ing clue as to what they're talking about. I know, I know. Just because you haven't tried it doesn't mean you can't talk about it. Problem is that most people in my experience who rally against marijuana have not a ****ing clue as to what it actually does. My 'judgment' has never once been impaired by weed.
I've never been in a car accident.
I've never killed anybody.
I've never burned down my house because I smoke weed.
I've never grabbed my kid and drowned her in the bathtub.
I've never run inside a high school and killed anybody.
I've never molested a child.
I've never missed a work deadline.
I've never skipped bills to pay for weed.
So what judgment of mine has marijuana impaired? I'd love to know because it seems like people who don't smoke weed are the ones who keep saying that I'm impaired after smoking a joint regardless of the kind of tolerance I've built up to weed. I'll find you a million people who have done all that I listed while high on everything from coke to religion. If the reasons for keeping marijuana banned is vague rhetoric like : 'it impairs your judgment' I say we don't stop there. I say we ban everything from sugar to Christianity to Vietnamese food. I say anything that fits the silly anti-drug mentality of 'it impairs your judgment' gets banned. But then that would ban a ****load of legal drugs wouldn't it? I'd love for somebody to tell me that weed is more dangerous then any other legal drug out there. Take enough aspirins and that'll be your last headache. Take enough morphine and your heart will bust quicker then a 14 year old. Smoke weed for 8 years non stop and the most you'll get is munchies.