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Old 05-07-2018, 06:57 AM   #16
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if it was safe then it never would have been labled a drug.
but lets not forget there are those out there that are sentave to this s--tuff. aka: coughing, tight lungs, cant breath, things like that.
Not sure if it gets 'labeled' a drug; a drug is any substance that alters the human body.
Caffeine is a drug and it is incredibly safe in comparison to other drugs.

And it was criminalized due to political pressure, not due to its inherent danger. First the influx of Mexicans in the 30's who frequently used it, then the hippie culture in the 60's.

Agree that inhalation of burning plant material is not great for lungs.
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Old 05-07-2018, 10:02 AM   #17
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Not sure if it gets 'labeled' a drug; a drug is any substance that alters the human body.
Caffeine is a drug and it is incredibly safe in comparison to other drugs.

And it was criminalized due to political pressure, not due to its inherent danger. First the influx of Mexicans in the 30's who frequently used it, then the hippie culture in the 60's.

Agree that inhalation of burning plant material is not great for lungs.
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:08 AM   #18
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Old 06-13-2018, 08:18 AM   #19
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I wonder how a ganja impaired driver would fare in a standard field sobriety (tough finger to nose, walk the line) test.
I would probably do all those things better then if I was sober
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Old 06-13-2018, 06:46 PM   #20
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I wonder how a ganja impaired driver would fare in a standard field sobriety (tough finger to nose, walk the line) test.
Im getting more weed impaired driving lately from traffic stops running radar. More people are tending to speed wheras you'd think they would be driving 5 mph. lol

Ive had a few lately running LIDAR and driver was doing 65-70 mph on city street 35 mph zone. Mind is altered and they swear they were doing the speed limit. Also, some of the FST's for weed fall under DAR or drug abuse recognition tests, so they are a little different then the three standard alcohol related tests.
Id also say Ive seen probably about 50% of my weed impaired DUI arrests were combo with consuming alcohol as well.
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