Originally posted by Pool-BoyAndyou would have to imagine that the tobacco companies already have the infastructure to grow pot.
You mean, DIRT and WATER?
I think that sarcasm is a bit out of line- I mean LAND, and equipment, and manpower Oh, and carton manufacturing. And rolling paper. And the network of distributers. And the export power. There is more to cigarettes than dirt and water. And there is more to marketing pot on a national level than growing a plant in your closet. Think for a second. Jesus... it is not like things MAGICALLY appear on the shelves...
cranlsn was right by God- The Lions were the Packers' B$#CH!!!!! "Pool-Boy"
Originally posted by HrdCoreJoeWithout anti-drug ads, we never would have been graced with Rachel Leigh Cook's beautiful self smashing a kitchen! I'd follow that girl into hell itself, down with drugs of any type!
Well, thats my public service announcement. Please Worship Rachel Leigh Cook. She's good for the body, too! Possibly better than milk, but the jury is still out on whether or not she can give you stronger bones and teeth.
Treasure Planet kicked all kinds of ass. Do yourself a favor and check it out when it comes to a theater near you.
The obvious "stronger bones" joke is just that, not to mention inappropriate, out-of-place and tasteless, and I refuse to be the one to make it.
Wow, I could be a politician.
"When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love has always won. There have always been tyrants and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible. But in the end, they always fall. Think of it, always." -------Gandhi
Let's not quibble about percentages. The point is that the same percentage of people showed up to vote in an election in which there was a chance of being physically injured as voted in recent US elections (60% in 2000, 58% in 1996).