Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by airbud7, Feb 22, 2017.
But Tommy Chong shoved it up his butt and it cured his cancer. Tommy is also completely bonkers.
my middle name is Bud!......
Born May 24, 1938 (age 81)....Still Kicking!......Nuff Said.
Hope to see you at 82...90...99?
Yes ... and I'm legal where and why I do.
I used to when I was a kid Id wake n bake everyday religiously, Recently with my heart attack I can't take the HIGH of it. Reminded me too much of my heart attack again, I'm all for medical research on curing cancer and many other issue's. Funny thing is medical doctors will tell you if your getting HIGH they wont treat you for a disease(apparently there the only drug dealers allowed to practice). I don't even drink no more, why most of you r still alive..................Do the math. Oh yeah im 55 almost 6.
Thank you so much for that comment jaggerwild^ .....Love you!
PS: would you for once drop at least one hand on your avatar!....Love ya Bro!...
I miss My Daddy!
Excelsior! What about Stan Lee, lived to be 95?
Cinemaniax: Did you ever try marijuana?
Stan Lee: No. I hardly ever smoked a cigarette. People read into the fact that I called the character Mary Jane, but honestly, I had no idea it was a nickname for marijuana. I never understood why people take drugs. They’re habit forming and they can kill you. I didn’t need anything to pep me up or make me feel more creative, and I didn’t need them to help me with women.
Used to smoke it socially in my teens, but now use it (on rare occasions) for self-reflection, sorting out any underlying mental and emotional issues that are getting in the way.
Fully recommend not smoking weed if you're going through psychosis, however. Been to Hell and back in that state of mind.
A strong statement and one I disagree with.
Is the person smoking weed to relieve pain, an idiot? What about the person that enjoys a smoke to relax to some music after a hard days work?
This life is infinitely complex in nature, there are too many factors and scenarios being played out to justify simple labeling. Sometimes you've gotta' look past the cultural conditioning.
Here's something -
The world is changing, rapidly, towards its stance on 'drugs.'
It seems you've got ignorant not doing it.
Personally i hate the stuff, but i still always felt it should be decriminalized. Honestly in my experiences, i found it to be relatively harmless.
I never bought into the whole "gateway" theory, i know some older folks who smoke weed and they never went through the "gate".
If someone is going to get into harder stuff, they would have done it anyway, imho.
Some common sense and responsibility can do wonders for people.
I for one intend to, someday, create my own batch of magic shrooms, consume 5grams (considered a heroic dose) and sit in silent darkness and explore my eternal consciousness.
Yea^....Thats what I'm talking bout.....
The war on drugs a.k.a the war on human consciousness is over. We're on the cusp of the next stage of evolution and a lot of it is going to be based around these government-sanctioned, terrifying substances.
Anyone a Mike Tyson fan?
So then what's your excuse?
Ah... our resident teetotaler, and general Mrs. Kravits.... Oh...a Looby Like too....I can see why he's a fan. I don't get these prohibition folks. What are they scared of?
It isn't entirely an individuals fault for having such an opinion.
It's the result of decades of legit brainwashing by governments, media, big pharma and other corporate interests that have always had their own agendas for human health, behaviour and well-being.
NO, No, no. the agenda is greed. Health, behavior and well being is just the means to legitimize the brainwashing. Did you ever read "Drug War Rant?
Personally, it's my belief that there are some people in high places of society that are so immensely deranged and wicked that it goes beyond greed for them.
Controlling a person's perceptions of the world and what they're truly capable of is worth more to those type of people than money ever can or will.