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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Police Investigating Report Of Marijuana Plants Growing In Keating Township


3 comments :

Anonymous said...

At least she didn't have a still making distilled spirits! The likes of which KILL 80,000 people annually with alcohol poisoning and alcohol related diseases. Marijuana has PROVEN medicinal value yet big pharma doesn't want it in the public mainstream because it would cut into their profits. Once the big pharmaceutical manufacturers are able to grow and control the marijuana markets, it will then become legal and prescriptions for marijuana will be written as MDs currently do. Until then, it will be classified as a " bad drug". Unfortunately, people don't realize that once it becomes legal, it will be no different than alcohol is now and there will be limits as to driving, working etc. The biggest change will be the lack of side effects that fill up our judicial and hospital systems now. Until then, the Drs, lawyers, teachers, professors, business professionals, business owners, laborers will all have to enjoy their pursuits in private. In other words, those who currently imbibe are from all walks of life and are a cross section of the fabric of society. I guarantee that you encounter people daily who have used marijuana in one form or another. The difference between them and people who get drunk? Drunks stumble and fall, drunks get obnoxious, drunks get violent, drunks are incapable of driving safely, the list goes on and on. People who use marijuana? Outwardly, you see no difference except a big smile on their face. Stop sticking to the same old stereotypes and learn of the real benefits, both medicinal and recreational. Our DNA is written such that we seek mind altering substances, that we cannot change. But why not choose the least damaging of the two? Why not? Big pharma has too much power and until they wrest control of the growing and distribution of marijuana, it will not change. It is up to private citizens to help educate the masses of the folly of the last century of our government promoting alcohol to realize the tax benefits, yet they spend 8x that on cleaning up the damage of alcohol. Yet they still condemn marijuana that is incapable of causing an OD, is not addictive, does not promote violent tendencies and generally makes people happy and more mellow.
BTW, I DO NOT use marijuana. I have been exposed to users of both alcohol and marijuana. I definitely would choose to be around the latter. I have read of the real medicinal and recreational benefits of marijuana and have also read of the death and destruction left in the wake of alcohol abuse. Before you condemn.....Read! Learn! Open your mind!

Anonymous said...

Police investigating nature... great waste of money.

Anonymous said...

On the Public Information Release Report it says that the victim of this crime is society. I, for one, do not feel that I have been victimized by this person, or anyone else who is using marijuana only. The real victims in society are the one that the real drug dealers in their clinics and white coats have turned into opiate addicts. Giving "end of life" medicines, such as oxycontin, for things as minor as broken bones or tooth surgery which are painful, but hardly end of life, has led to an entire generation of addicts. Who, cut off from their legal supply, often turn to the illegal street alternative, heroin. Portugal has the right idea, stop treating drugs as a legal problem and treat them as what they are, a health problem.