Misconceptions Cannabis is probably the world’s most popular casual use drug that is illegal in most nations. It has become so widespread that many people wouldn’t think twice about asking to light up at a friend’s or to smoke in public places. It is an ancient drug that has been used throughout history for medical, magical, and pleasurable purposes. Thanks to the scare-tactics of propaganda in the 1960s and 1970s, there are many myths surrounding the drug – this list intends to put things straight once and for all. Myth: Cannabis’ active ingredient THC gets stored in body fat and its effects can last days or even weeks Fact: It is true that cannabis (like many other drugs) enters the body’s fat stores, and it is for this reason that it can be detected long after use, but that is the only part of this myth which is true. Myth: Cannabis use causes memory loss and a general reduction in logic and intelligence Myth: Cannabis has been scientifically proven to be harmful Sources:1. Jamie Frater
Grav Labsargot .com : dictionary of street drug ( cannabis, marijuana, heroin, cocain...David Henry Sterry: Mexican Drug Lord Officially Thanks American Lawmakers for Keeping Drugs IllegalJoaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera reported head of the Sinaloa cartel in Mexico, ranked 701st on Forbes' yearly report of the wealthiest men alive, and worth an estimated $1 billion, today officially thanked United States politicians for making sure that drugs remain illegal. According to one of his closest confidants, he said, "I couldn't have gotten so stinking rich without George Bush, George Bush Jr., Ronald Reagan, even El Presidente Obama, none of them have the cajones to stand up to all the big money that wants to keep this stuff illegal. From the bottom of my heart, I want to say, Gracias amigos, I owe my whole empire to you." According to sources in the Mexican government, President Calderon is begging American officials to, in the words of reggae great Peter Tosh, legalize it. "Oh yeah," said an official close to the Mexican president, "Felipe is going crazy. He's screaming at everybody who comes in, 'Why don't they make this sh*t legal already!
Legal Advice For StonersHow Dya Smoke Pot and Stay Out of Jail?"Be cool, be careful, and keep your mouth shut." This one caused quite a stir. (See The Strangers Letters to the Editor: 12/6/01 and 12/13/01.) (2 pages)Secret of the Green DragonCigars, Pipes, Pipe Tobacco, and Smoking Accessories at PipesandCigars.com
LA Sheriff Pledges to Bust People for Pot Even If Marijuana Is Legalized in California | DrugsOctober 17, 2010 | Like this article? Join our email list: Stay up to date with the latest headlines via email. Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said on Friday that the voters don’t matter. “Proposition 19 is not going to pass, even if it passes,” Baca said in a news conference Friday at sheriff’s headquarters in Monterey Park, reports Robert Faturechi in The Los Angeles Times. The department run by Sheriff Baca polices 75 percent of Los Angeles County. Baca, who is sworn to uphold California state law, claimed Prop 19 was superseded by federal law and if passed, would be found unconstitutional. Standing onstage with other prominent opponents of marijuana legalization, including Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley, Sheriff Baca colorfully assailed marijuana use, users and sales. Asked if he had ever experimented with pot, Baca left no room for doubt. California’s laws for pot smokers are already lenient enough, Baca claimed.
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