More Proof That Weed Destroys Brain Cells

Dope smoking Colorado whack jobs want to stop imaginary climate change with imaginary solutions.


Colorado communities for bloc to push for quick action on climate change

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28 Responses to More Proof That Weed Destroys Brain Cells

  1. Gail Combs says:

    For your information. The North Dakota unbound delegates have promise themselves to Trump giving him 50% plus one delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination.

    The delegates just listened to the speech by Trump at the Bismarck ND Energy Conference. Trump answered questions by reporters near the beginning of this video and then at around one hour fifty minutes Trump is introduced and give a speech on his energy policy and other things.

    Hopefully he gets elected and these idea can be implemented. (The cCAGW wack jobs will be screaming so loud you will hear them with ear plugs in.)

  2. Jack Striker says:

    How long before liberals start calling for people to commit suicide en masse because we exhale CO2?

  3. annieoakley says:

    Aspen for one city has been singing the blues about “Global Warming” for at least thirty years because I lived there. Skico has been expanding in all of those years in spite of the fact the company is ‘not making any money’. Million dollar mansions are everywhere just as they are on the beaches. Not one of these investors think that the oceans are rising or the snow will stop falling. Only the serfs and government really believe and smoke weed. And the local school kids too, no doubt smoke.

    • KTM says:

      There was a big controversy this last year because the Utah ski area Park City Mountain Resort forgot to send a letter stating their intent to renew a lease before the deadline. It had been renewed regularly since the 1970’s, and they asked to extend the lease another 20 years despite the technicality.

      The property is owned by Vail. Now, if you’re worried that climate change is going to cause the end of snow and skiing then what would you do as the owner? You would be locking in another 20 year lease as fast as you could.

      But no, they refused to renew the lease and instead took the technicality to court, where Vail received a ruling in their favor. So now Vail operates the ski area.

      Yet another clear example where the rhetoric doesn’t match the reality.

  4. GeologyJim says:

    Can we all get past this idiotic notion that marijuana is just an easy-going, no-harm/no-foul, lifestyle-enhancement, personal-enrichment, casual experiment in mental expansion?

    Today, our local Boulder newspaper announces that a 17-year-old will be charged with vehicular homicide after plowing into a stopped vehicle and killing two innocents while driving under the influence of MJ

    Deeper in the paper, we learn of others charged with robbery and murder in a case involving marijuana stashes and cash accumulated from MJ sales. [not the first case, by any stretch]

    Colorado is going down the toilet with our “experiment” with MJ legalization – all of which is still ILLEGAL under federal statute.

    Enough with Liberals and Progressives!

    I’ll take a Trump any day.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      But Jim, it’s all green! Just look at it. Green Guru acquires competitor, The Green Room runs a special on buds and cookies, the staff is super friendly to Prince H. and he loves it, even the murders are over green cash and stashes.

      Just the duckies are yellow but they will have to wait till Labor Day. Too much water.

    • Doug says:

      My paper had stories of a teenager causing a crash while texting and a string of convenience store robberies. Outlaw cell phones and convenience stores, too?

      • R2Dtoo says:

        Doug: the answer is simple. When I lived in Boulder we carried our hunting rifles and shotguns on a rack in the rear window of a half-ton. They now make us encase and lock the guns. Cell phones are causing far more “accidents” than our guns ever did. So, maybe its time to encase and lock cell phones when in a vehicle! ( I left CO in 1970, but I assume gun laws there are now restrictive for firearms.)

  5. OrganicFool says:

    Thankfully these people are becoming more irrelevant by the day. It’s one of the coldest springs in Colorado I can recall in 15 years. There’s still plenty of snow on the mountains and it’s cold and rainy.

    My liberal friends barely mention global warming. I’ve told them it’s not man’s fault and to enjoy their modern conveniences, and they don’t seem to argue too much about it.

    Top two concerns of Americans are economy and terrorism and Trump has these both in his corner. Democrats are having to pander to transgenders to gather as many votes as they can now in moves of desperation. .03% of the population?

    Plenty of Republicans like the green stuff but somehow they keep their heads straight. Maybe it’s too much Huffing-ton Post on the Left?

  6. resistance says:

    Cannabis does not kill brain cells, Tony. And for the other posters; people do stupid stuff all the time, like driving while intoxicated (predominantly while under the influence of alcohol, but you can include anything from prescribed pharma meds, to OTC cold/allergy drugs, illicit street drugs, and yes, MMJ).

    Human beings have the right to injest whatever they want, so long as they do it safely and do not cause harm to others, or put them at unnecessary risk. Laws are already in place to handle any negative consequences when someone does cause harm or puts others at risk. As for the murders over marijuana cash, it has nothing to do with cannabis safety or effects from using the drug; the blame lies solely with the the federal government for that. Cannabis businesses must be purely cash enterprise, because none of the banks, or card processing companies will do business with them under threat of the Feds. Any cash deposited into banks will be seized. This creates large stockpiles of cash at these businesses (and the places they store the cash), which attracts the violent criminal element. Remove the Feds restrictions, allow these businesses access to banks like all alcohol, tobacco and pharma companies have, and these violent incidences with almost completely disappear overnight.

    Your commentary on the ongoing climate change fraud is spot on and much appreciated; however, your personal opinions on matters like cannabis prohibition are way off the mark. Enjoy your beers at the pub though! There’s nothing wrong with a good IPA, or some of CO’s finest herb. To each their own.

    • Stephen Richards says:

      There is plenty of research out there to give you pause for thought. Some research shows long term degradation of the brain through smoking pot.

      Suggest you google a bit before your brain is totally pickled.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Ok, so, it doesn’t degrade the already low brain-function of those that choose to use it.

      They either start that way.. or end up that way.

    • Prohibitionists with guns, on the other hand, kill people right and left. Senator Millar Tydings documented this in “Before and After Prohibition”, published in 1930. Totalitarian prohibitionists gulled by the pseudoscientific cant urging men with guns to ban CO2 are exactly the same as prohibitionist Cretin Scientists urging men with guns stop Satan’s Assassins of Youth. Both are ninnies whining to The Political State for bullying they lack the guts to carry out themselves.

  7. Stephen Richards says:

    Tony, I don’t understand your wackos. Surely they should want more global warming. Its heat and light that makes the weed grow stronger.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Pretty sure I saw a study somewhere that said the weed grow under enhanced CO2 levels produced a higher percentage of THC..

  8. Gail Combs says:

    23 Health Benefits Of Marijuana

    Keep in mind, though, that there are negative effects of smoking too much pot or using it for non-medicinal purposes. When overused or abused, pot can lead to dependency and mess with your memory and emotions…..

    Like everything else it is the HUMAN and not the inanimate object at fault.

    Is MJ worse than the perscription drugs the school systems are forcing on kids as young as four years of age?

    I think not.
    The Drugging of our children

  9. Pathway says:

    These dope heads should love CO2
    But they have a problem because growing the stuff indoors increases CO2 production.

  10. LSD and marijuana are, according to Creation Scientists, impairing. But those same coercive soothsayers shriek Satanic Possession of all enjoyable drugs based on pseudoscience no less idiotic than that preached by global warming totalitarians. My combat instructor taught me “if you want adversary’s hand do go up, press it down.” Conservative prohibitionism orders men with guns to force hippies to drink Budweiser or rot in jail, yet these superstitious worthies are surprised when those so coerced ally themselves with anyone eager to put conservative heads on a pike. I am libertarian, and hope that both coercive collectivist camps kill each other off in “Remarqueable” combat.

    • Gail Combs says:

      A friend of E. M. Smith stated it this way:

      I want the democrats out of the back of my pants and the republicans out of the front of my pants.

      What ever happened to FREEDOM? And the responsibility that goes with it.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      I don’t claim they don’t exist but I’ve never met a conservative prohibitionist. From a practical point of view I spend as much time worrying about shrieking creationist prohibitionists as I do about shrieking Martian invaders.

      I know some conservative Christian teetotalers but none are in favor of prohibition. They consider it a private matter between them and God, and generally they have a bad experience with Progressive big government and are justifiably apprehensive about its power, a sentiment we share. I enjoy my beer, wine and Scotch but I’ve never heard them objecting to it. It could be about whom we know.

      Also, it is well understood that the original temperance and prohibitionist movement of the 19th and early 20th century had definitive characteristics of a Progressive reformist movement.
      Prohibition: A Case Study of Progressive Reform, Progressive Era to New Era, 1900-1929, Library of Congress

  11. Marty says:

    Hey T lay off the reefer bashing

    It hasgfs eggect my mund ont but. :D

  12. It’s not so bad that marijuana knocks off 30 IQ points, it’s that it takes away the best 30 points.

  13. Napasechnik says:

    How long before liberals start calling for people to commit suicide en masse because we exhale CO2? :)

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