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    well, this thread hasnt exactly gone in the direction that i had intended... but, whatever guys, i was just wondering if anyone had ever listened to classical music high and enjoyed it as much as i do, but now marijuana is getting compared to alcohol and cocaine, which are totally different and this thread wasnt created to convince you to respect or to try it... so never mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by somerandomdude View Post
    well, this thread hasnt exactly gone in the direction that i had intended... but, whatever guys, i was just wondering if anyone had ever listened to classical music high and enjoyed it as much as i do, but now marijuana is getting compared to alcohol and cocaine, which are totally different and this thread wasnt created to convince you to respect or to try it... so never mind.
    They're all addictive substances that influence that brain's chemistry. Yeah, they're all so very different...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mueske View Post
    They're all addictive substances that influence that brain's chemistry. Yeah, they're all so very different...
    true, and im CERTAIN that noone on here enjoys a glass of wine or a couple of beers at the end of the day, but theres nothing wrong with doing so and likewise with a joint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by somerandomdude View Post
    true, and im CERTAIN that noone on here enjoys a glass of wine or a couple of beers at the end of the day, but theres nothing wrong with doing so and likewise with a joint.
    I was just curious about the way in which you described taking the drug as though people who never will shall never experience music in the best way possible. Is that what you meant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polednice View Post
    I was just curious about the way in which you described taking the drug as though people who never will shall never experience music in the best way possible. Is that what you meant?
    never did i say that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by somerandomdude View Post
    never did i say that.
    I know you didn't say it explicitly, it's just the feeling I got from what you said. So you don't think it's true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somerandomdude View Post
    true, and im CERTAIN that noone on here enjoys a glass of wine or a couple of beers at the end of the day, but theres nothing wrong with doing so and likewise with a joint.
    Some - I don't know where you're from, but where I am from the clear cut difference between those is, one is illegal!

    I'm guessing you're not at that point in your life where having a drug charge on your record could be a barrier preventing you from doing greater and better things with it. At least be smart enough to have the foresight that you may one day be in a position where what your record says about you, matters.


    Besides, why would you want to be a part of any culture that uses words such as "baked," "blaze" or "toke" to describe a person/activity?

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    Well why do you make grand sweeping assumptions concerning his country of residence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emiellucifuge View Post
    Well why do you make grand sweeping assumptions concerning his country of residence?
    Ha, I knew I would get this question. Directly from his profile:



    "Occupation
    my life is fullfilled every day that i go to work and make fat people their food. "

    Sounds like where I live.


    "Location
    in a terrible place that i would love to escape at some point in time. "

    Also sounds like where I live.


    Also, I realize marijuana is legal in your country (the Netherlands, right?) but frankly...based on the way he talks, I picture our OP originating from the US rather than a European country. Something about "blaze" "baked" and "toke up" just screams ghetto street lingo. Plus, our population is much bigger than yours, so the odds are in my favor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mueske View Post
    They're all addictive substances that influence that brain's chemistry. Yeah, they're all so very different...
    http://www.erowid.org/plants/cannabi...is_myth9.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polednice View Post
    I know you didn't say it explicitly, it's just the feeling I got from what you said. So you don't think it's true?
    all i think is that i enjoy listening to music after i smoke... this doesnt mean that i dont enjoy it as much when im sober, nor does it mean that you would enjoy it less sober. i was merely stating an opinion.
    Quote Originally Posted by David58117 View Post
    Some - I don't know where you're from, but where I am from the clear cut difference between those is, one is illegal!

    I'm guessing you're not at that point in your life where having a drug charge on your record could be a barrier preventing you from doing greater and better things with it. At least be smart enough to have the foresight that you may one day be in a position where what your record says about you, matters.


    Besides, why would you want to be a part of any culture that uses words such as "baked," "blaze" or "toke" to describe a person/activity?
    your right, i honestly dont care that its illegal. i wish it was legal and think that in the near future it will be, but i dont loose sleep over that part of it. i also dont mind using the words "baked" or "blaze". i actually resent the fact that your associating me with a specific "ghetto"culture solely on the fact that i prefer marijuana to alchohol (which is acutally a lot worse for you).
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeethovenListener View Post
    It is addictive, I have seen it myself. I honestly don't care what site, article or book you quote.

    Essentially all drugs are used in "an addictive fashion" by some people.
    And even the article says it's true. I never argued it was highly addictive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somerandomdude View Post
    your right, i honestly dont care that its illegal. i wish it was legal and think that in the near future it will be, but i dont loose sleep over that part of it. i also dont mind using the words "baked" or "blaze". i actually resent the fact that your associating me with a specific "ghetto"culture solely on the fact that i prefer marijuana to alchohol (which is acutally a lot worse for you).
    That's not what I said. I specifically said the words you like to use are "ghetto street terms." I'm sorry, but if you don't like that specific group of people who share your hobby (because marijuana is popular with low income, low ambitious groups), maybe you shouldn't be doing it.

    If you're offended by it, do something that differentiates you from them, don't pick up their hobby.

    Frankly, it's good that you're offended by the association, and hopefully it will propel you to become ambitious and do something with your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David58117 View Post
    That's not what I said. I specifically said the words you like to use are "ghetto street terms." I'm sorry, but if you don't like that specific group of people who share your hobby (because marijuana is popular with low income, low ambitious groups), maybe you shouldn't be doing it.

    If you're offended by it, do something that differentiates you from them, don't pick up their hobby.

    Frankly, it's good that you're offended by the association, and hopefully it will propel you to become ambitious and do something with your life.
    If with this you are implying that every marijuana user is an unambitious lazy bum, you are wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mueske View Post
    If with this you are implying that every marijuana user is an unambitious lazy bum, you are wrong.
    Indeed, some just have glaucoma!

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