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Re: BBC on the Border. by kazzzz on 28 March 2009 3:50am
 
Hmmm... Pete I suggest you go spend a week with my ex.
I am not misinformed and don't need to read books on the subject. I and my kids lived it.
I find your attitude stating that "grass" is less harmful than coffee to be ridiculous and insulting. For me to tell you that this highly addictive drug ruined my family and for you to then compare it to a cup of Nescafe is unbelievable.
I KNOW that many users sit around like couch potatoes, but only to a point. It can, after prolonged use, send you into a state of psychosis. Perhaps you'd better get a new book.
 
Re: BBC on the Border. by Lounge Trekker on 28 March 2009 2:56pm
 
Psychotics will be psychotics. I don't defend abuse of this or any other substance or behaviours. It could be the tension is higher because of relatively tight laws concerning grass.

I'm sorry you had a bad time with your ex. Sounds like I wouldn't enjoy his company, or his circle of friends.

Pete
 
Re: BBC on the Border. by mrsthing on 28 March 2009 5:18pm
 
I can drive a car on caffeine, and probably could on nicotine, though I've never smoked cigarettes. I've never smoked pot, but from watching friends, I certainly wouldn't get behind the wheel even a little bit stoned. They just didn't react properly.
 
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