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excessive cannabis usage in lewes

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On Mon 14 Oct at 2:42pm GodInyou wrote:
it's hard...
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On Mon 14 Oct at 6:07pm Nevillman wrote:
I'm very happy for you then. How are you going to use it?
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On Mon 14 Oct at 11:55pm Tom Pain wrote:
Sorry I'm not alive to your jive greenie, what does blazed mean? I presume it doesn't refer to your old public school blazer,but on reflection,the drug business has been a nice little earner for your type for quite a while. Don't let the side down old chap.Well Nev, I obviously haven't succeed.
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On Tue 15 Oct at 12:51pm Green Sleeves wrote:
"alive to your jive", just HOW old are you, Painey? ;-)

I'm merely a customer rather than a seller, so it's not good business or a nice earner for me as I've always advocated for a legal and regulated supply and a legitimate way to buy cannabis. Even if it's dearer, I'd prefer it to go back into economy via direct taxation on it. It's certainly generated hundreds of millions of dollars in tax receipts in the US already, and subsidised all sorts of public services in genuine need of funding, such as the elementary school system in Colorado.

"Blazed", if you can't use Google or your imagination, is another term used for being high. You're welcome.
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On Tue 15 Oct at 4:32pm Basil wrote:
Prohibition of alcohol was a great success in the US between 1920 and 1933 - see 'rise of the gangsters' - just as the prohibition of drugs is now - see 'rise of drug-related gang crime'.
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On Wed 16 Oct at 7:29am Green Sleeves wrote:
Yeah, its weird how two of the most toxic, dangerous and addictive drugs in tobacco and alcohol got a free pass (in the end), yet many people go all Daily Mail hysterical about weed, MDMA, mushrooms and LSD. Remember the death of Leah Betts who died of complications from taking ecstasy? A tragedy indeed.....but seriously, tobacco kills 100k britons a year, alcohol around 40k, and utterly clogs up are health system with serious illnesses and diseases.....yet a handful of deaths a year from unregulated EVIL drugs garner far more attention. Lets face it, we probably all know at least a handful of people directly who have died from smoking or alcohol related illnesses, but lets try to think of any for smoking pot......
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On Wed 16 Oct at 9:06am Nevillman wrote:
It just bothers me that anyone thinks that they or the government have the right to tell me what I can put in my own body.
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On Thu 17 Oct at 1:33pm Green Sleeves wrote:
The government will probably legalise and tax cannabis after Brexit to try to recoup some of the masses financial losses of leaving the EU, as well as giving the nation some light harmless relief.
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On Sat 26 Oct at 11:05am PeaceDa wrote:
Remember the death of Leah Betts who died of complications from taking ecstasy?
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On Wed 30 Oct at 2:04pm wanderer wrote:
Green sleeves
Careful with the vaping, there's a few people in the States having serious lung issues with vaping thc,
Might be worth having a read up and going back to the traditional ways


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Ann of Cleves

Well I'll try a third time, sleeveless. I've got to agree with greenie . The news media is not there to help you, just to spin... more
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