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  posted on 9/30/2005 at 10:35 PM
Wannabe...I was just posting about something I saw in my rearview mirror. It is known as wreckage along the way.

I'm moving on down the road and its all getting kind of fuzzy to me. Just thought I'd pass it along to the thread poster. No judgement, no morals, and no hollier than thou stance. You got pissed about that and I'm glad. Means you ain't dead yet. I'm further down the road than you and you just haven't seen what I've seen.

Yes, I mean you Wannabe. No one else here; just you.

I'm not going to pass up a chance to help someone asking for help. Period.

 

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"Hey, Douchebag, I don't smoke or drink"

I think my cohorts here have already answered appropriately, but..........
A little toke can likely help with that anger........

 

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  posted on 9/30/2005 at 11:48 PM
It takes all kinds. A person has the right to do what they want, legal or not it's up to you.
 

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Thanks everyone for all the comments, opinions and advise...continue to talk amongst yourselves...I need to go pee now...

Enjoy the day!!


Have a nice pee.

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  posted on 10/1/2005 at 06:34 AM
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"Hey, Douchebag, I don't smoke or drink"

I think my cohorts here have already answered appropriately, but..........
A little toke can likely help with that anger........


You attacked me with aspersions and assumptions. Why don't you address that. Pretty ignorant on your part to paint me as a beer chugging cigarette smoker. That would make me a hypocrite, wouldn't it? That's not me. And for the other fool, I don't read the bible either.

Smoke your weed, I don't care, but you are supporting organized crime and the human tool is far more reaching than may be obvious. Maybe no one ever died from smoking it , but the business end of it has killed many people.

 

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  posted on 10/1/2005 at 07:33 AM
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It takes all kinds. A person has the right to do what they want, legal or not it's up to you.



Say what ? !!!???!!

 

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  posted on 10/1/2005 at 07:45 AM
drug laws suck.

if i wanted to hear personal testimonies about evil drugs, i'd go to a 12 step meeting.

really funny on the Allman Brothers board...

 

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Smoke your weed, I don't care, but you are supporting organized crime and the human tool is far more reaching than may be obvious. Maybe no one ever died from smoking it , but the business end of it has killed many people.


one too many anti-drug commercials here

 

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Boy, Way too much Anti-drug B.S. I don't think this is what Ally was looking for.
 

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  posted on 10/1/2005 at 08:00 AM
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You got you drug users and anti-drug users. Everyone has a choice to do them or not. I know some people that do them that are responsilbe people. I know some people that don't who or jerks and could probably use a toke to chill out. Some people can handle drugs and some can't. The same with drinking.

 

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Smoke your weed, I don't care, but you are supporting organized crime and the human tool is far more reaching than may be obvious. Maybe no one ever died from smoking it , but the business end of it has killed many people.


One Reason why I've been thinkin' that The Weed should be legalized, regulated and taxed much like alcohol. Here in my rural part of America the Meth problem is an epidemic and seemingly little is being done about it. There is virtually a whole generation of children I am seeing basically raising themselves and being neglected by parents whacked out on Meth, Coke and Booze. I have a friend who's wife and he take in and temporarily raise children who have been removed by the court because of abuse and neglect, it is heartbreaking to say the least, these kids respond so quickly to Love and attention and then usually all too quickly are rushed back to the parents who generally will neglect and abuse them again. 9 of 10 of these kids if old enough to express themselves , do not want to go back. Legalized weed would be one way to get the funding needed for better education, prevention and intervention. I consider myself fairly liberal, but I sometimes feel somethin' shady is goin' on when I see such a tremendous increase immigrants from south of the border in my town, many of the younger gentlemen riding around in brand new Cadillac Escalades or brand new V-8 Ford Mustangs, I by the way after 20 yrs. at the same factory still ride to work in a '94 Chevy Celebrity Station wagon. Since '97 I have had to be very carefull what I do thanx to Random Testing in my factory, I personally have not seen accidents decrease at all, nor has attendance improved much, seems folks are either responsible and safe employees, or they are not.I have seen a lot of folks hooked on Opiate based painkillers "Legally" obtained from Dr's or over the internet. Anyway, don't know if anyone will read this LOOOONG and Rambling Rant, I know I probably wouldn't, however I felt I had the right.....PEACE ALWAYS TO ALL....Joe

 

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Smoke your weed, I don't care, but you are supporting organized crime and the human tool is far more reaching than may be obvious. Maybe no one ever died from smoking it , but the business end of it has killed many people.


That is caused by the prohibition. Same thing that alcohol prohibition caused.

Doesn't seem we learned any lessons on that one.

 

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Smoke your weed, I don't care, but you are supporting organized crime and the human tool is far more reaching than may be obvious. Maybe no one ever died from smoking it , but the business end of it has killed many people.



One of the best cases for legalization. The perfect example of why it should be legal to grow a few plants for your own personal consumption. Of course the civil disobedients that already do that have removed the money/crime equation whether it done by the cops or the robbers.

I never really imagined that in 2005 that it would still be Nancy Reagan vs. NORML debate.



Just another side of the coin...the devil ain't all bad...



http://cis.nci.nih.gov/fact/8_4.htm

Marijuana Use in Supportive Care for Cancer Patients

There has been much interest in the use of marijuana to treat a number of medical problems, including chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting in cancer patients. Two forms of marijuana have been used: compounds related to the active chemical constituent of marijuana taken by mouth and marijuana cigarettes. Dronabinol (Marinol®), a synthetic form of the active marijuana constituent delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is available by prescription for use as an antiemetic. In 1985, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its use for the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with cancer chemotherapy in patients who had not responded to the standard antiemetic drugs.

Marijuana cigarettes have been used to treat chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, and research has shown that THC is more quickly absorbed from marijuana smoke than from an oral preparation. However, any antiemetic effects of smoking marijuana may not be consistent because of varying potency, depending on the source of the marijuana contained in the cigarette.

The Institute of Medicine (IOM), part of the National Academy of Sciences, has published a report assessing the scientific knowledge of health effects and possible medical uses of marijuana. The IOM project was funded by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. The IOM released its report on March 17, 1999.

Copies of the report, Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base, are available from National Academy Press, Lockbox 285, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20055; (202) 334–3313 or 1–888–624–8373.

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By Miranda Hitti
WebMD Medical News Reviewed By Brunilda Nazario, MD
on Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Sept. 14, 2004 -- Marijuana's active ingredient may form the basis for new antiviral drugs that fight cancer-causing herpes viruses.

Professor Peter Medveczky, MD, of the University of South Florida's medical microbiology and immunology department, and H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa, and colleagues worked on the study.

Their report appears in the Sept. 15 issue of the journal BMC Medicine.

Key Ingredient

The researchers focused on marijuana's active ingredient, delta-9-tetrahydrocannibol (THC).

In tissue culture tests, THC blocked the reactivation of various types of herpes viruses. Infection with herpes virus is recurrent and lifelong. The virus lies dormant in nerve tissue in infected people after symptoms have gone away. Later the virus can reactivate itself leading to an increasing number of viruses and causing another symptomatic infection.

In the study, researchers tested THC against various herpes viruses including Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpes virus (KSHV) and Epstein-Barr virus.

Kaposi's sarcoma, prevalent among people with AIDS and a common form of cancer in Africa, stems from KSHV.

Cancers of cells from the immune system such as Burkitt's lymphoma and Hodgkin's disease are associated with Epstein-Barr virus, a member of the herpes virus family.

In the presence of THC, cells infected with the viruses couldn't reactivate.

THC may interfere with a gene called ORF50, which is found in these herpes viruses, say the researchers. This gene helps turn on the virus's machinery that is involved with reactivating the virus; it also helps start viral replication.

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from Scientific American.com

Marijuana Extract Fights Brain Cancer in Mice

The current debate over medical marijuana hinges on its use as pain medication. But an extract of the plant could one day form the basis of cancer treatments. New findings indicate that Cannabis extracts can shrink brain tumors by blocking the growth of blood vessels that nourish them.
Manuel Guzman of Complutense University in Spain and his colleagues tested extracts of marijuana known as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinols in 30 mice that had brain tumors. The researchers analyzed the animals' DNA and identified 267 genes associated with blood vessel growth, or angiogenesis. The cannabinoids inhibited the expression of several genes critical to angiogenesis known as the VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor) pathway. “Blockade of the VEGF pathway constitutes one of the most promising antitumoral approaches currently available,” Guzman says. The cannabinoids work by increasing the potency of a fat molecule known as ceramide, the team posits. Increased ceramide activity, in turn, inhibits cells that would normally produce VEGF and encourage blood vessel growth.

The scientists also tested the therapy on tumors taken from two patients who had not responded to conventional therapy for their glioblastoma, a deadly form of brain cancer. After the cannabinoid injections, both tumors exhibited decreased VEGF levels. Writing in the current issue of the journal Cancer Research, the team notes, however, that a combination of therapies will most likely be required to obtain significant clinical results. --Sarah Graham

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Some currently accepted uses for Medical Marijuana Program...(this left out anorexia in cancer patients)...

Debilitating medical conditions that qualify for MMP are:

(a) Cancer, glaucoma, positive status for immunodeficiency virus or acquired
immune deficiency syndrome, or treatment for these conditions;
(b) A medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that produces,
for a specific patient, one or more of the following:
(i) Cachexia;
(ii) Severe pain;
(iii) Severe nausea;
(iv) Seizures, including but not limited to seizures caused by epilepsy; or
(v) Persistent muscle spasms, including, but not limited to, spasms caused by multiple sclerosis.








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Smoke your weed, I don't care, but you are supporting organized crime and the human tool is far more reaching than may be obvious. Maybe no one ever died from smoking it , but the business end of it has killed many people.



One of the best cases for legalization. The perfect example of why it should be legal to grow a few plants for your own personal consumption. Of course the civil disobedients that already do that have removed the money/crime equation whether it done by the cops or the robbers.




I'm with you all the way brother. Good Reading

I never really imagined that in 2005 that it would still be Nancy Reagan vs. NORML debate.


Just another side of the coin...the devil ain't all bad...

http://cis.nci.nih.gov/fact/8_4.htm

Marijuana Use in Supportive Care for Cancer Patients

There has been much interest in the use of marijuana to treat a number of medical problems, including chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting in cancer patients. Two forms of marijuana have been used: compounds related to the active chemical constituent of marijuana taken by mouth and marijuana cigarettes. Dronabinol (Marinol®), a synthetic form of the active marijuana constituent delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is available by prescription for use as an antiemetic. In 1985, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its use for the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with cancer chemotherapy in patients who had not responded to the standard antiemetic drugs.

Marijuana cigarettes have been used to treat chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, and research has shown that THC is more quickly absorbed from marijuana smoke than from an oral preparation. However, any antiemetic effects of smoking marijuana may not be consistent because of varying potency, depending on the source of the marijuana contained in the cigarette.

The Institute of Medicine (IOM), part of the National Academy of Sciences, has published a report assessing the scientific knowledge of health effects and possible medical uses of marijuana. The IOM project was funded by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. The IOM released its report on March 17, 1999.

Copies of the report, Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base, are available from National Academy Press, Lockbox 285, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20055; (202) 334–3313 or 1–888–624–8373.

**********************************************

By Miranda Hitti
WebMD Medical News Reviewed By Brunilda Nazario, MD
on Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Sept. 14, 2004 -- Marijuana's active ingredient may form the basis for new antiviral drugs that fight cancer-causing herpes viruses.

Professor Peter Medveczky, MD, of the University of South Florida's medical microbiology and immunology department, and H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa, and colleagues worked on the study.

Their report appears in the Sept. 15 issue of the journal BMC Medicine.

Key Ingredient

The researchers focused on marijuana's active ingredient, delta-9-tetrahydrocannibol (THC).

In tissue culture tests, THC blocked the reactivation of various types of herpes viruses. Infection with herpes virus is recurrent and lifelong. The virus lies dormant in nerve tissue in infected people after symptoms have gone away. Later the virus can reactivate itself leading to an increasing number of viruses and causing another symptomatic infection.

In the study, researchers tested THC against various herpes viruses including Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpes virus (KSHV) and Epstein-Barr virus.

Kaposi's sarcoma, prevalent among people with AIDS and a common form of cancer in Africa, stems from KSHV.

Cancers of cells from the immune system such as Burkitt's lymphoma and Hodgkin's disease are associated with Epstein-Barr virus, a member of the herpes virus family.

In the presence of THC, cells infected with the viruses couldn't reactivate.

THC may interfere with a gene called ORF50, which is found in these herpes viruses, say the researchers. This gene helps turn on the virus's machinery that is involved with reactivating the virus; it also helps start viral replication.

***************************************************

from Scientific American.com

Marijuana Extract Fights Brain Cancer in Mice

The current debate over medical marijuana hinges on its use as pain medication. But an extract of the plant could one day form the basis of cancer treatments. New findings indicate that Cannabis extracts can shrink brain tumors by blocking the growth of blood vessels that nourish them.
Manuel Guzman of Complutense University in Spain and his colleagues tested extracts of marijuana known as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinols in 30 mice that had brain tumors. The researchers analyzed the animals' DNA and identified 267 genes associated with blood vessel growth, or angiogenesis. The cannabinoids inhibited the expression of several genes critical to angiogenesis known as the VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor) pathway. “Blockade of the VEGF pathway constitutes one of the most promising antitumoral approaches currently available,” Guzman says. The cannabinoids work by increasing the potency of a fat molecule known as ceramide, the team posits. Increased ceramide activity, in turn, inhibits cells that would normally produce VEGF and encourage blood vessel growth.

The scientists also tested the therapy on tumors taken from two patients who had not responded to conventional therapy for their glioblastoma, a deadly form of brain cancer. After the cannabinoid injections, both tumors exhibited decreased VEGF levels. Writing in the current issue of the journal Cancer Research, the team notes, however, that a combination of therapies will most likely be required to obtain significant clinical results. --Sarah Graham

*************************

Some currently accepted uses for Medical Marijuana Program...(this left out anorexia in cancer patients)...

Debilitating medical conditions that qualify for MMP are:

(a) Cancer, glaucoma, positive status for immunodeficiency virus or acquired
immune deficiency syndrome, or treatment for these conditions;
(b) A medical condition or treatment for a medical condition that produces,
for a specific patient, one or more of the following:
(i) Cachexia;
(ii) Severe pain;
(iii) Severe nausea;
(iv) Seizures, including but not limited to seizures caused by epilepsy; or
(v) Persistent muscle spasms, including, but not limited to, spasms caused by multiple sclerosis.






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  posted on 10/1/2005 at 09:59 AM
still at it huh???

I'll give you something even better to consider...I am off to visit my Grandmother for a few days. She is 95 yrs old and her body has been overtaken with cancer. The Dr's have started her on Chemotherapy. Why I don't know...She is in a ton of pain. I know there have been posts about the use of medicinal marijuana on this site...that's what needs to be legalized. If smoking a joint could help her feel better then she should be able to use it. She is in a ton of pain and it breaks my heart. Last month I got married and all grandma cared about was being there for me. It was touch and go if should would even make the two hr trip. She showed up in a wheelchair escorted by her nurse. The look on her face to see me happy with my "young man", that's what she calls my husband, was priceless.
The job that I am applying for is in Phoenix. We currently live in Rhode Island. This could potentially be the last few days that I spend with a woman that I wholeheartedly admire and love. This coming week is the Jewish New Year and I pray that grandma finds peace in her final days and that the little things in life bring her joy.

So forget about the stupid drug test. I am all for the legalization, regulation and taxation of marijuana...especially if it can help people like my grandmother feel more comfortable in their final days!!!

Thanks for listening...

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No one has the "right" to do everything they choose to do. Rights conform with justice, law, or morality. You have the freedom to make choices. But you don't have the "right" to steal another's property, or the "right" to drive an automobile at any speed, and you don't have the "right" to smoke or possess pot.

 

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What's more dangerous pot or alcohol? Drinking is legal? The laws don't make sense.


No but the achohol industry is hugh and thery pay taxes.
I don't understand the "but"...

if marijuana were legal, I'm sure it would be taxed just like cigarettes and booze...


No but this time

Alcohol is controlled (for the most part) by the government, thus the taxes. There would be no way for the government to control weed. Sure they could try and corner the market, package it, tax it etc...but they could never control the underground flow. If they can't control it and make money off of it, make it illegal.

 

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Sure they could control it and make money off of it. Exactly the same way they do alcohol and cigarettes, you can grow it and you can sell it as long as you conform to the standards set by the government and pay the taxes just like everything else on the market. If you were caught doing it otherwise then you would just face the same ungodly harsh penalties as are already in place.
 

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You got you drug users and anti-drug users. Everyone has a choice to do them or not. I know some people that do them that are responsilbe people.........



Dictionary.com definition of responsible: Based on or characterized by good judgment or sound thinking.

Don't see how an illegal drug user fits that definition.

 

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Say what ? !!!???!!


You got you drug users and anti-drug users. Everyone has a choice to do them or not. I know some people that do them that are responsilbe people.........



Dictionary.com definition of responsible: Based on or characterized by good judgment or sound thinking.

Don't see how an illegal drug user fits that definition.


what about a legal drug user?????

 

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Say what ? !!!???!!


You got you drug users and anti-drug users. Everyone has a choice to do them or not. I know some people that do them that are responsilbe people.........



Dictionary.com definition of responsible: Based on or characterized by good judgment or sound thinking.

Don't see how an illegal drug user fits that definition.


what about a legal drug user?????



You're right. Or a legal drug abuser

 

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ok, so have switched from user to abuser. that's a step in the right direction.
 

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You got you drug users and anti-drug users. Everyone has a choice to do them or not. I know some people that do them that are responsilbe people.........



Dictionary.com definition of responsible: Based on or characterized by good judgment or sound thinking.

Don't see how an illegal drug user, or a legal drug abuser fits that definition.



 

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What's more dangerous pot or alcohol? Drinking is legal? The laws don't make sense.


No but the achohol industry is hugh and thery pay taxes.
I don't understand the "but"...

if marijuana were legal, I'm sure it would be taxed just like cigarettes and booze...


No but this time

Alcohol is controlled (for the most part) by the government, thus the taxes. There would be no way for the government to control weed. Sure they could try and corner the market, package it, tax it etc...but they could never control the underground flow. If they can't control it and make money off of it, make it illegal.


If weed was legalized, regulated and taxed, there probably wouldn't be the underground market. If it was legalized, the price would come down drastically, to the point that it is not worth the time and effort for the mexican mafia to sell it. The same analogy could apply to alchohol, are we allowed to distill our own booze? Yes. Are we allowed to grow our own tobacco? Sure. Using the tobacco scenario, would you grow the crop, harvest it, cure it, chop it, roll it, stick little filters on the end and wrap them up into packages, would you sell it for a few bucks? No. There isn't enough money for the time and labor involved. Same thing with weed. The street value would drop if it were legal, taking away the incentive for the criminal element.

To rephrase: we have the right to do as we please, legal or not, but only if does not infringe on the rights of others.

Ally, God bless your granny, and she should be able to take whatever helps the pain, legal or not.

 

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