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jonnythan On August 02, 2014
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Here and there,
#106New Post! Oct 04, 2005 @ 19:14:46
@rob Said
@jonnythan Said
@jess1ca318 Said
Nooooooooooo offense sweetie but you gotta get your grammar skills down before you start preaching to people about marijuanna.

You don't sound like you know what your talking about.

Do alittle research and come back here with some knowledge, your makin the rest of the mary jane society look bad hahaha

Granted your only 14, why are you smokin!


I just bolded four grammar errors you made after preaching to someone about their grammar skills!

Just joshin you. While I'm at it, I agree with the advice that you lay off the MJ until you get yourself a job.. it's the only way to pass those drug tests so many companies give.



You only did 3.


I bolded the comma right before the second "your" but it's difficult to see. She joined two independent clauses with a comma. This is an error known as a "comma splice." A period, semicolon, or conjunction would have been proper.

rob On May 30, 2011




Warrington, United Kingdom
#107New Post! Oct 04, 2005 @ 19:16:40
@jonnythan Said
@rob Said
@jonnythan Said
@jess1ca318 Said
Nooooooooooo offense sweetie but you gotta get your grammar skills down before you start preaching to people about marijuanna.

You don't sound like you know what your talking about.

Do alittle research and come back here with some knowledge, your makin the rest of the mary jane society look bad hahaha

Granted your only 14, why are you smokin!


I just bolded four grammar errors you made after preaching to someone about their grammar skills!

Just joshin you. While I'm at it, I agree with the advice that you lay off the MJ until you get yourself a job.. it's the only way to pass those drug tests so many companies give.



You only did 3.


I bolded the comma right before the second "your" but it's difficult to see. She joined two independent clauses with a comma. This is an error known as a "comma splice." A period, semicolon, or conjunction would have been proper.



Fair enough. but i never pay attention in English because i don't like it
quartzelacoat On October 29, 2005




, New Zealand
#108New Post! Oct 04, 2005 @ 21:34:23
crikey
lessons in grammer...
what about lessons in creative thinking ?
who's teaching those ?

its all well and good to preach about being intellegent but if you do not have a creative mind then you are just another drone wage slave.

good grammer, bad grammer, neither equate to intellegence.
wrote learning is not the be all and end all of life.
kyahbean On August 28, 2016




Williamstown, Massachusetts
#109New Post! Oct 04, 2005 @ 21:47:41
I think it's funny to see what different things throw threads off track.

Wasn't this thread about marijuana? And what do proper grammer skills have to do with pot being bad or good?
sweetrnsugar77 On December 22, 2008

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My Apartment, Oregon
#110New Post! Oct 04, 2005 @ 22:40:19
grammar and pot dont mix
becki7 On July 28, 2006




Australia
#111New Post! Oct 05, 2005 @ 07:41:18
Yeah well your friends may be on to something here wouldn't you prefer to have your friends around smoking weed or would you rather see them in hosiptial or worse because they've had to much alcohol to drink? there is no evidence that cannabis is bad for you in fact there is lots of medical reasons why it is good for you.And there has been no scientific evidence of any persons dying EVER from it so do the research for your self and not the white house reports ethier.
seekurbliss On January 22, 2007




Memphis, Tennessee
#112New Post! Oct 05, 2005 @ 19:00:29
@becki7 Said
Yeah well your friends may be on to something here wouldn't you prefer to have your friends around smoking weed or would you rather see them in hosiptial or worse because they've had to much alcohol to drink? there is no evidence that cannabis is bad for you in fact there is lots of medical reasons why it is good for you.And there has been no scientific evidence of any persons dying EVER from it so do the research for your self and not the white house reports ethier.




Right on!

jess1ca318 On November 24, 2010

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, Florida
#113New Post! Oct 05, 2005 @ 20:23:59
@becki7 Said
Yeah well your friends may be on to something here wouldn't you prefer to have your friends around smoking weed or would you rather see them in hosiptial or worse because they've had to much alcohol to drink? there is no evidence that cannabis is bad for you in fact there is lots of medical reasons why it is good for you.And there has been no scientific evidence of any persons dying EVER from it so do the research for your self and not the white house reports ethier.


Finally someone with a good head on their shoulders! woooo hooo
brandofredtown On March 26, 2007

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fredericton, Canada
#114New Post! Oct 07, 2005 @ 14:03:09
I've been smoking weed EXCESSIVELY for over 6 years and I'm here to tell you that it's not all it's cracked up to be. When I say excessively I mean I smoked between 20 and 30 j's a day...no puff puff give either, all to myself.

I stopped smoking because it triggered great depression as well as mild schizophrenia in me. I was beyond paranoid, to the point of not even trusting my family. Became a total reclusive. Also after smoking it for so long I started having seizures towards the end of using. You never know what you're getting from these dealers anymore because half the f***ers lace it with something to give you an extra "buzz" and don't give a f*** about you, all they care about is the money.

I'm telling ya, to all those pot activists out there you are living in denial. Sure I had a blast the first 5 years while on the stuff, and no it's not a gateway drug...but there WILL be a time when you realize hey maybe this stuff is what's f***ing with me, not my friends, not my family...it's the weed. If you're not growing it yourself, it's not safe.

I could go on and on about the negative effects of marijuana, and if I posted on this site 6 months ago I would have been one of those people swearing I'd be smoking it until I die, but things change fast especially when you see your mental state deteriorate before your eyes. All the negative talk about weed isn't talk anymore, it's the truth and I had to find out the hard way.
seekurbliss On January 22, 2007




Memphis, Tennessee
#115New Post! Oct 07, 2005 @ 16:57:23
@brandofredtown Said
I smoked between 20 and 30 j's a day...no puff puff give either, all to myself.









that's just NOT normal
brandofredtown On March 26, 2007

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fredericton, Canada
#116New Post! Oct 07, 2005 @ 17:23:26
yeah, i was chronic in the truest sense of the word. If you're doing it for recreation once every week or something I don't see any harm in it but if you're smoking to take the pain out it's for all the wrong reasons. I do miss that smell though! gosh darn it smells so good.
catatonic_chey On December 04, 2005




utica, Indiana
#117New Post! Oct 07, 2005 @ 17:26:07
@brandofredtown Said
I've been smoking weed EXCESSIVELY for over 6 years and I'm here to tell you that it's not all it's cracked up to be. When I say excessively I mean I smoked between 20 and 30 j's a day...no puff puff give either, all to myself.

I stopped smoking because it triggered great depression as well as mild schizophrenia in me. I was beyond paranoid, to the point of not even trusting my family. Became a total reclusive. Also after smoking it for so long I started having seizures towards the end of using. You never know what you're getting from these dealers anymore because half the f***ers lace it with something to give you an extra "buzz" and don't give a f*** about you, all they care about is the money.

I'm telling ya, to all those pot activists out there you are living in denial. Sure I had a blast the first 5 years while on the stuff, and no it's not a gateway drug...but there WILL be a time when you realize hey maybe this stuff is what's f***ing with me, not my friends, not my family...it's the weed. If you're not growing it yourself, it's not safe.

I could go on and on about the negative effects of marijuana, and if I posted on this site 6 months ago I would have been one of those people swearing I'd be smoking it until I die, but things change fast especially when you see your mental state deteriorate before your eyes. All the negative talk about weed isn't talk anymore, it's the truth and I had to find out the hard way.


That's what my dad said... about it being laced with other stuff now. I didn't want to even say anything about it before, but my dad has been smoking pot since he was twelve years old. That's very personal, and I don't tell people about it, not even my best friends. Guess what...
It's addictive.
So you're all bs'ing yourselves when you say that it's not. I grew up around pot, so I know what it does to people, families, lives..
My dad is a sweet, wonderful and handsome man. Pot doesn't make him act stupid. What it does is make him depressed now to the point where we're left wondering if he may be bipolar now.
It's also made it to where he's never been able to apply for a job due to drug testing. He has tried to give it up, but it's an addiction and a strong one. It's not something he talks about either.
I don't even know why I'm saying this. Nobody seems to understand really, and I'm sure no one cares about my life. I'm just trying to shed some real experience on the issue.
brandofredtown On March 26, 2007

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fredericton, Canada
#118New Post! Oct 07, 2005 @ 17:59:17
That's not true, as cold as everyone seems, there are alot of people out there who care about you because they can relate to you and know where you are coming from.

Weed is very addictive, and it's not easy to give up when you've been so deep into it for a long period of time. I wouldn't rule out him becoming bi-polar because of his long term use as I am in the process of getting tested myself. It's scary, and as sad as it is to say, the only one who can change it is him. But it sounds like he has all the support he needs from you so hopefully he will listen. People who smoke that much weed are so completely numb that sometimes they don't realize what they are doing to the ones they love. And by numb I don't mean stupid. Some of the smartest people I know smoked it like a chimney, but now see the downfall and have cut back drastically. Coming from experience, if he can make it two weeks without, the rest is smooth sailing. He might do it from time to time but at least the next go around he will be smart enough to do it in moderation and not let it rule his life.
catatonic_chey On December 04, 2005




utica, Indiana
#119New Post! Oct 07, 2005 @ 18:04:18
I don't think it rules his life anymore, and I know he's cut back, but it's just that doing drugs while we were growing up he missed so much time with us, and I don't know if he'd ever be able to forgive himself. So he does know what it's done, and he doesn't deny it either. He just feels helpless to fix it.
Well, thanks for caring anyway.
brandofredtown On March 26, 2007

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fredericton, Canada
#120New Post! Oct 07, 2005 @ 18:11:30
I know what you mean by him feeling helpless but over time he'll see that it's not too late to make things right. It's a battle for sure, but it can be won.
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