View Poll Results: Should marijuana be legalized for recreational use?

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Thread: Marijuana for recreational use

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    Re: Marijuana for recreational use

    WHOAAAAAAH DUUUUUUUUUUUUDE!

    I like... uhhh.... what was I gonna say...

    oh yeah...

    I like, TOOOTALLY support legalization, mAAAAAAAAAAn!

    Like, YEAH MAN!
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    Re: Marijuana for recreational use

    If you want to make yourself stupid, why should I stand in your way?

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    Re: Marijuana for recreational use

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    Wrong poster.
    Your right. I should have seen that it was not him due to the op directly asking about recreational pot and not tying to hide behind medicinal or industrial use.
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    Re: Marijuana for recreational use

    I actually feel the same as CC on this. I was against legalization until I heard some arguments about it here, now I would just say that I want it tightly controlled, pretty much like cigarettes and alcohol, maybe even a little more.

    I still feel that it should be okay for private businesses and certain jobs to do drug testing for marijuana. And it should be okay for them to fire employees if they have rules against marijuana usage. I know this isn't a popular argument, but I can understand some jobs, especially those that involve public safety or may pose safety risks to personnel, not wanting their employees to be getting high before work. Now, I will also say that it might be good for someone to come up with a breathalyzer test for marijuana, that could be used to test for marijuana use within a reasonable amount of time or a certain amount of THC in your system, kinda like the alcohol breathalyzers do. This could be very useful for those employers who don't want to intrude on what their employees do on their off time, as long as they aren't high at work.

    I do think that smoking marijuana should be required to be under at least the same laws as smoking cigarettes, if not more stringent laws.
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    Re: Marijuana for recreational use

    It should never have been made illegal in the first place.
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