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So uhhhhh.... Answered

nobody has anything to say yet? there're like 6 of us here, so who lives in a state/city that has legal weed? san francisco represent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Weissensteinburg
Weissensteinburg

Reply 13 years ago

Florida's number 3 cash crop is weed.

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westfw
westfw

Reply 13 years ago

Beware "official" estimates of the value of illegal drugs. They tend to take street price for the smallest possible unit, and multiply by total amount "seized." That's like saying "hmm. $1 for a 1oz package of Ruffles from the vending machine, so that's $16/lb street value for potatoes, making the US potato crop of 46 BILLION pounds worth $736 BILLION" (that's about 20x the number quoted on the web page above for the value of the grass crop...)

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Wildrat
Wildrat

Reply 10 years ago

Tell me about it.

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 13 years ago

Oh dear. I didn't see the fine print at the top.

Yay. Yet another reason to be so proud of KY. The home of pot, whiskey and horses! Yeehaw!

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

Well T'ain't nuthin wrong with horses. ;-)

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

Reply 13 years ago

I personally don't like them. :P They're quite scary.

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its a lion
its a lion

Reply 13 years ago

I was afraid of horses when I was little.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

Like any animal, one just has to learn how to listen to them, understand them, know their boundaries ( I once got a kick from both hind feet, in the middle of my chest - it was my fault) . But, I am not trying to convince you to get acquainted with horses if they frighten you. Animals can kind of feel that uneasiness, so it is best to avoid creating tension in them.

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PYROMan1
PYROMan1

Reply 13 years ago

hell yhea

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kretzlord
kretzlord

Reply 13 years ago

Gotta love that kentucky green :)

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flyguy
flyguy

12 years ago

it sucks that I am in GA were less then an oz is a year in jail and $1000 fine.

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Wildrat
Wildrat

Reply 10 years ago

Georgia and pot are trouble in the making. They will try to bury you alive in certain counties and the LEO's will not always be truthful in order to be able to bury you. They tried to bury me alive but when they were not looking I hired the best crooked lawyer that was best friends with all the fine upstanding crooked judges in Trailerville, Georgia. It cost me but it was better than 32 years. Then I got out of Georgia and am on very good behavior going thru that state.

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SKINZ
SKINZ

12 years ago

in england its compleatly illeagle if you get court with say £20 worth they give you a street caution if you are over 18 the first 3 times then they take you to court but if you get court growing it you usally get a £500 and a caution if its only a couple of plants. but wales provides england with the stuff its still illeagle there but because there is loads of countryside and farmers with barns eager to make cash

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jmikalinis
jmikalinis

13 years ago

It is legal if you have your 215 card. you can get them under 18 too!! my buddy who is 15 just got his!!! its pretty sweet. were growing plants now too!!! Word UP!

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LasVegas
LasVegas

13 years ago

Too many dead brain cells...

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Labot2001
Labot2001

Reply 13 years ago

are you speaking of them before they smoke or afterward?

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

13 years ago

. Last time I looked (been a few years), pot was legal nowhere in the US. In some places the penalty is little more than a traffic ticket and it's not aggressively enforced, but it's still illegal.

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whatup.dub
whatup.dub

Reply 13 years ago

okay, okay. I don't smoke, but I believe (along the lines of what Ron Paul has stated) that controlled substances should be controlled at the state level. Just like tobacco taxes and alcohol are controlled at the state level, the ability to commercially grow hemp, etc. for textile or whatever use should be governed by the states in which they occur. I am personally against people smoking pot, but I believe in state's sovereignty. We need to make some major changes in this country because, just like prohibition, Ronald Regan's "war on drugs" is not making the type of headway in this country it should. I'm not saying that we should go and legalize things that people do against the law just to cause them not to be crimes, I'm saying that we need to reevaluate our approach. Hows that for "something to say?" BTW: last time I looked, Nevada was considering legislation to legalize, despite what the fed had to say... IMHO: you could do better/more productive things with your time than smoke pot. But thats just MHO. Do what you want.

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Weissensteinburg
Weissensteinburg

Reply 13 years ago

Aim low, the world needs sandwich makers.

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whatup.dub
whatup.dub

Reply 13 years ago

Personally, I prefer hotdogs. Check out my "covert hotdog tracking system." Its boss! BTW: Side effects include tummy ache...

hotdog tracker.jpg
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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

Oh, where are the Jalepenos ? It isn't a HOT dog without some heat LOL

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its a lion
its a lion

Reply 13 years ago

I have had 1 hot dog with jalapenos on it. It also had tomatoes, bacon, cheese, and Texas Pete. It was quite good.

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Doktor Subehn-Strujenn

Although it's not legal in here, most Mexicans accept the pot consumption and know its effects, I think that's the basis for any attempt to legalize it. If the society has any consciousness of what consuming weed means, then they would be capable of allowing its legalization. But democracy it's not democracy and people's will hasn't been represented. Here it's kind of the people's drug, if you're poor in here, pot is the option. It's the whole popularization of the most convenient and desirable drug, cocaine is for yuppies, pot's for yuppies, just take a look of what that means, and you'll get the whole idea. P.S. Proudly growing Acapulco Golden!

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TheCheese9921
TheCheese9921

Reply 13 years ago

or is it for "medicinal" purposes only

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westfw
westfw

Reply 13 years ago

For medicinal purposes only, not that that's not still unusual. And it doesn't stop the Feds from coming in and arresting the people distributing "medical" weed on federal charges. (although, given the easy availability of, say, Viagra, with only the most cursory of medical "exams", I wouldn't bet much money on "medical" weed being above reproach...)