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Jun 2, 2003 | 12:49 AM EDT

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This is a serious film about a serious drug. This drug kills more people every year than car accidents, smoking cigarettes, heart disease, fucking with the mafia, and presidential assassination attempts all ROLLED INTO ONE! That's right boys and girls. Don't smoke the devil weed, or you'll end up like Jessica.



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Holy Shit people have no patience. Watch the whole fucking thing first people. Damn.

Oh, and nice job, got a kick out of that.


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so I suppose you're trying to say that a dealer killed Jessica ? So It's not the marijuana's fault :)


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This has got to be the biggest pile of shit I have ever laid eyes on, not because it's the worst flash animation I've ever seen, but because you were actually serious.

Marijuana has little adverse effects and If they legalized it, then they wouldn't have to worry about dealers going at it.


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waoh woah woah....what?

fuck it i was typing a long ass thing bout how marijuana was not to blame for that incident but i just said hell with it. and like mary-jo-wana said.
weed has NEVER killed anyone and your more likely to be struck by lightning then die of marijuana use. below this are SOME reasons...

Myth: Marijuana's Harms Have Been Proved Scientifically.

In the 1960s and 1970s, many people believed that marijuana was harmless. Today we know that marijuana is much more dangerous than previously believed.

Fact: In 1972, after reviewing the scientific evidence, the National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse concluded that while marijuana was not entirely safe, its dangers had been grossly overstated. Since then, researchers have conducted thousands of studies of humans, animals, and cell cultures. None reveal any findings dramatically different from those described by the National Commission in 1972. In 1995, based on thirty years of scientific research editors of the British medical journal Lancet concluded that "the smoking of cannabis, even long term, is not harmful to health."
Myth: Marijuana Has No Medicinal Value.

Safer, more effective drugs are available. They include a synthetic version of THC, marijuana's primary active ingredient, which is marketed in the United States under the name Marinol.

Fact: Marijuana has been shown to be effective in reducing the nausea induced by cancer chemotherapy, stimulating appetite in AIDS patients, and reducing intraocular pressure in people with glaucoma. There is also appreciable evidence that marijuana reduces muscle spasticity in patients with neurological disorders. A synthetic capsule is available by prescription, but it is not as effective as smoked marijuana for many patients. Pure THC may also produce more unpleasant psychoactive side effects than smoked marijuana. Many people use marijuana as a medicine today, despite its illegality. In doing so, they risk arrest and imprisonment.
Myth: Marijuana is Highly Addictive. Long term marijuana users experience physical dependence and withdrawal, and often need professional drug treatment to break their marijuana habits.

Fact: Most people who smoke marijuana smoke it only occasionally. A small minority of Americans - less than 1 percent - smoke marijuana on a daily basis. An even smaller minority develop a dependence on marijuana. Some people who smoke marijuana heavily and frequently stop without difficulty. Others seek help from drug treatment professionals. Marijuana does not cause physical dependence. If people experience withdrawal symptoms at all, they are remarkably mild.
Myth: Marijuana is a Gateway Drug.

Even if marijuana itself causes minimal harm, it is a dangerous substance because it leads to the use of "harder drugs" like heroin, LSD, and cocaine.

Fact: Marijuana does not cause people to use hard drugs. What the gateway theory presents as a causal explanation is a statistic association between common and uncommon drugs, an association that changes over time as different drugs increase and decrease in prevalence. Marijuana is the most popular illegal drug in the United States today. Therefore, people who have used less popular drugs such as heroin, cocaine, and LSD, are likely to have also used marijuana. Most marijuana users never use any other illegal drug. Indeed, for the large majority of people, marijuana is a terminus rather than a gateway drug.
Myth: Marijuana Offenses Are Not Severely Punished.

Few marijuana law violators are arrested and hardly anyone goes to prison. This lenient treatment is responsible for marijuana continued availability and use.

Fact: Marijuana arrests in the United States doubled between 1991 and 1995. In 1995, more than one-half-million people were arrested for marijuana offenses. Eighty-six percent of them were arrested for marijuana possession. Tens of thousands of people are now in prison or marijuana offenses. An even greater number are punished with probation, fines, and civil sanctions, including having their property seized, their driver's license revoked, and their employment

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your an idiot

Marijuana has never in history killed anyone. tobacco and alcohol are way worse than marijuana. do some research.