Hey, fix that last sentence; you basically are saying Copley's mom wants help burying him.....
I'm confused. This appears to be a factual, snark-free article in the Indy Week. I didn't know those were allowed :)
Congrats on the new gig, Lauren - show 'em what journalistic integrity looks like!
sad asd sa
Thanks RobU. This review ran online only.
This is so sad.
America should be ashamed of itself today.
I have $1,000.00 for Acosta's bond.
Where can we pay the fee?
Took me 6 weeks of diligent research and that was that... Global ocean acidification is real. What's this about 10 years of study and still no opinion? Fire this idiot before he sets fires to us!
It was an editing error. It has been fixed. Thanks for pointing it out.
Why does this piece call Maceo Parker a master funk bass man when he plays saxophone?
Great review! Since it was out in previous paper, how do we get this in print? Possible to order it?
Thanks Jerry! I'll add this to the post.
Some backstory on the Wake BOE appointment: http://blog.wataugawatch.net/2016/08/state…
This isn't about weed! This is about the corruption and tactics used by law enforcement. Their God mentality...they think they're untouchable, regardless of what they do. They manipulate the laws that are supposed to protect society and flat out fabricate lies to protect their own criminal behavior. Our "Government" is the real Mafia. ~Peace
wow daily homicides in Durham and the PD concentrates its efforts on stoners crashed on the couch
You don't have to weigh the harms of legal MJ (or any other drug) against a standard of no harm. You just have to weigh them against the harms of drug war, which are manifold.
Further, you don't have to support legalization of MJ (though I do, personally) to consider the routine use of military tactics and overwhelming force to serve drug warrants a bad thing.
I guess Queso is so narrow minded that he does not realized all the negatives he referenced are direct results of it being illegal in USA! There are some negatives to legalization, and stats from Colorado show increases in certain accidents and children injesting but small compared to benefit IMO. An honest discussion is important to craft responsible legal weed regs to end stupid incidents like in this article.
Yeah right gran, the gangs "south of the border" don't exist because we cede the duties of production, distribution, quality control and enforcement of age restrictions to them. You disagree? How about if we get together for a friendly discussion over a glass of bathtub gin at your local Capone's Speakeasy? Shoot me an email to set it up, hey, I'll pick up the tab!
To each his own, I guess. I will never understand what's so great about getting high. Is life so bad that we have to alter our environment to find it enjoyable. I wouldn't brag about being able to grow contraband because that is what it is. This myth that marijuana doesn't hurt anyone...well let's take a trip down to the border and speak with victims of the gangs and cartels pushing weed and other drugs across the border. We can sometimes be selfish and narrow-minded.
As a Colorado resident with 24 legally growing plants I am miffed by what is happening in the southern states. Each day I read about people getting charged with felonies for a few plants. Police invading homes over small amounts of marijuana. Three productive law abiding citizens live in my home including myself. We hurt no one, still go to work, obey the law, pay our taxes. Why continue this policy of going after cannabis consumers. Not to mention all the money it costs.
I just don't get it.
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