View Poll Results: Should cannabis be legalized in Britain?

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    i also think we should legalize it!

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    I think it 100% should be made legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacrilege View Post
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    We're not potheads like some people generally think of this country.
    People dont go stoned to work.
    It is strictly forbidden to come to work under the influence of anything, be it alcohol or weed. you will get fired if you do so, no excuses.
    I like this because people here ALWAYS associate The Netherlands with smoking pot. They think it's like heaven for potheads or something when really, I've heard that less people smoke it there than in the US. I'm sure the reason for that is because it's not so cool and rebellious there, and you don't feel like you're doing something sneaky when you smoke it.
    I don't smoke because it really does nothing for me, but the fact that it's illegal and alcohol isn't just blows my mind.
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    I personally do not see any adverse effects of this, so why not legalize it, or at least to a reasonable point or limit.
    As a cancer survivor, I see no problems--in certain circumstances it could be of great help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyaLove View Post
    I personally do not see any adverse effects of this, so why not legalize it, or at least to a reasonable point or limit.
    As a cancer survivor, I see no problems--in certain circumstances it could be of great help!
    I smoked it everyday for about 7 years and used to agree with you. However, it's 10 years sinced I stopped. Of my friends that still use it, ALL have obvious adverse effects. Some deal with it better but it's all too clear what the problem is. Most cannabis users I know, do so most (if not every) day/days. You can't say the same about alcohol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilberto View Post
    I smoked it everyday for about 7 years and used to agree with you. However, it's 10 years sinced I stopped. Of my friends that still use it, ALL have obvious adverse effects. Some deal with it better but it's all too clear what the problem is. Most cannabis users I know, do so most (if not every) day/days. You can't say the same about alcohol.
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    I'm for legalizing it; those who want to smoke weed... already are. I haven't found it to be addictive, and it it's more mood-altering than mind-altering. Much like alcohol. Not a big deal. Besides, it'd be safer legal; laced weed is the real problem (imo).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilberto View Post
    I smoked it everyday for about 7 years and used to agree with you. However, it's 10 years sinced I stopped. Of my friends that still use it, ALL have obvious adverse effects. Some deal with it better but it's all too clear what the problem is. Most cannabis users I know, do so most (if not every) day/days. You can't say the same about alcohol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilberto View Post
    I smoked it everyday for about 7 years and used to agree with you. However, it's 10 years sinced I stopped. Of my friends that still use it, ALL have obvious adverse effects. Some deal with it better but it's all too clear what the problem is. Most cannabis users I know, do so most (if not every) day/days. You can't say the same about alcohol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reBeautiful View Post
    I'm for legalizing it; those who want to smoke weed... already are. I haven't found it to be addictive, and it it's more mood-altering than mind-altering. Much like alcohol. Not a big deal. Besides, it'd be safer legal; laced weed is the real problem (imo).
    Alcohol, not very addictive?! Alcohol is as addictive as hard drugs, IMO. Honestly, the majority of my family and friends battle with alcoholism. Most of them don't even realize it.
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