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Adrian Miranda replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"i am an an advocate enough of legalization to vote for the issue.  I feel that alcohol and tobbacco are much more harmful than marijuana, and more addictive as well (assuming there is not a tremendous of engineering in the…"
Jan 6
StaggerLee replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
Jan 4
Jack Bauer replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"My opinion on this has moved slightly since Obama was elected.  Given extreme over-intrusion of the current administration, I've trended toward the libertarian over the last five years. We're over-banning and over-punishing ... the…"
Jan 3
StaggerLee replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"Yes seriously. Demonstrate how you can engaging in, promote and encourage any activity, not just drugs, in a vacuum where the attitudes of acceptance on your part do not spill over into the larger society wherein you dwell, there to combine with…"
Jan 3
StaggerLee replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"I don't think anyone is suggesting prescriptive use should be prohibited. We condone supervised prescription controlled substances all the time.  I think it silly to deny that same control over pot. But that unique circumstance was not the…"
Jan 3
John Muir replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"How about every drug test except one I took in the service, and quite a few for work? I'm not advocating or bragging, it's been years since I smoked weed - though I know several people who do and test themselves for a few days after an…"
Jan 3
Rory Average replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"Shenanigans. Let's see some proof of that assertion. http://alcoholism.about.com/od/pot/a/marijuana_test.htm How Long Can Marijuana Be Detected? Some THC metabolites have an elimination half-life of 20 hours. However, some are stored in body…"
Jan 3
John Muir replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"It's out of your system in about 48 hours if you use it only occasionally - as in once a month or so."
Jan 3
Rory Average replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"LShieldes: Are you aware that one time use of marijuana remains detectable in a person's system for at least a month? Whereas, do an 8ball of coke/3 hits of acid/5tabs of ecstasy/2 hits of methamphetamine Friday, pass a drug screen Monday."
Jan 3
Chuck Knight replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"I mentioned earlier that I have severe glaucoma.  What is your opinion, not of recreational users, but of those who would use it medicinally?   Speaking only for myself, if I was prescribed it as medication I would not be able to…"
Jan 3
Regular Joe replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"People said the same thing about alcohol users during the era of prohibition but most of us wouldn't even bat an eyelash if we found out that our financial advisor or lawyer or priest or teacher or doctor (etc.) were recreational alcohol users…"
Jan 3
Regular Joe replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"Pilots, air traffic controllers (etc.) are allowed to drink; they simply have restrictions on when they can drink in relation to conducting their duties. These restrictions are based on the duration of the effects of alcohol on their capability to…"
Jan 2
Regular Joe replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"IMO they should get protection that compares equitably to alcohol users."
Jan 2
Regular Joe replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
""Applying for an office job is one thing, but would you want to hire someone to be a truck driver, air traffic controller, construction worker, etc., if you knew they use marijuana for non-medicinal uses?"   For me, it's no…"
Jan 2
Regular Joe replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"I wouldn't be surprised if those companies are eventually forced to change their policies. If marijuana is not illegal to consume, and you haven't consumed it at work, and you're not intoxicated at work, and the employer can't…"
Jan 2
Native Son replied to Rhys Carson's discussion Thoughts on the legalization and regulation of drugs in the group The Great Debate
"And now, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, the latest unanticipated consequence of the "wildwood weed" turns out to be:  It's toxic.  To dogs. Given I live in the SF Bay Area, I'm waiting for outdoor marijuana…"
Jan 2

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At 10:42am on August 30, 2013, Herb Munson said…

Hey there Rhys, welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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