Discussion in 'SMB' started by Aituk7, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Aituk7

    Aituk7 Winger

    It is legal in 10 U.S states now after last nights elections, not just for medicinal purposes but recreationally.

    It is now legal to smoke weed in cities such Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Seattle and Detroit.

    Surely it won't be long till it's legal in the rest of the western world? I certainly would be for legalising it, selling it in cafes and taxing it.

    In the interest of balance I have included this short trailer demonstrating how evil weed is.

    "You will see the ease with which this vicious plant can be grown in your neighbours yard, rolled into harmless looking cigarettes" :lol:
  2. HeroHurley

    HeroHurley Goalkeeper

    It stinks.
  3. Chunk Love Sloth

    Chunk Love Sloth Full Back

    I am all for legalising it, same with Mushrooms, and DMT (which is naturally produced in the body) and all have proven medical benefits
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  4. Discopants91

    Discopants91 Striker

    Keep it loosely medicinal and decriminalise it completely, doesn't need to be on general sale.
  5. Kevj

    Kevj Striker

    Legalise it all you want. I can’t see many companies declassifying it in D&A tests.

    You’ll not go to chokey, but you’ll be sacked for being a stoner.
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  6. Causes all sorts of problems, it's a no from me.
  7. offshore

    offshore Midfield

    I’m all for legalising it and the revenue from sales. In the states you don’t need to smoke it as you can buy it in cake and snack form.. will be loads more stoned drivers around also..
  8. Will never be legal here thankfully.
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  9. Slow joe

    Slow joe Midfield

    Would be ridiculous to legalise it unless for medical use.
  10. niknak_123

    niknak_123 Striker

    Only certain parts of Vegas. Not allowed in casinos
  11. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    More research needs to be done...

    Marry Joanna what shh aye its alright by me but I wouldn't recommend it unless it was for recreational purposes, might aswell sell it in a limited amount of cafe's to trial it - probably what all these shisha cafes are waiting for.
  12. ErichZann

    ErichZann Striker

    The sooner the better imo :cool:
  13. Dave Herbal

    Dave Herbal Striker

    That’s a world of potential human rights abuse claims right there. I’m no lawyer, but surely firms can’t sack people for doing something in their own time that’s legal? And as it’s detectable for so long after you’re no longer intoxicated, the piss test is no good at determining this. It’s like being sacked for being pissed a week ago. I would think they’d need to introduce blood tests, or they’re on very shaky ground.

    Within 10 years. Nailed on.
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  14. dom

    dom Striker

    Legalise now! Man
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  15. Dave Herbal

    Dave Herbal Striker

    Surely no more people will drive stoned than drive drunk?
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  16. MackneyHackem

    MackneyHackem Midfield

    Best of luck to anyone who works in mental health, plenty of new cases for you to deal with.
  17. Kevj

    Kevj Striker

    Dave, I can agree on your philosophy. I’d counter argue that while many companies state that this substance is prohibited and is sackable if found under the influence, the HR department or equivalent will be massively reluctant to change this policy.

    Lets see how this pans out as mine is an opinion only.
  18. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    You are forgetting one thing though.
  19. MackneyHackem

    MackneyHackem Midfield

    All the extra money for healthcare from taxes?
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  20. sidneyeric

    sidneyeric Striker

    The "war on drugs is lost" legalise them, take the power and money away from the ocg.

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