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Comment Archives: stories: News: The High Culture

Re: “Legal marijuana

I was made a felon at 15 years old for possession of marijuana on school grounds at Choctaw high School, I should have crawled in with a bottle of Jack Daniels I would have only been suspended. Not but a little over five years ago they were comparing the process of making hash oil to manufacturing methamphetamine and for those who didn't listen they went ahead and proved their point by charging me with a manufacturing methamphetamine charge has no legitimate basis of evidence. Like saying the pressure cooker on the stove was made into a still in order to manufacture methamphetamine, but I have no background in being educated in chemistry but I know you don't put oxidants in metal. As for that why wouldn't it list the Grand slam 11 inch like what is in the still but I specifically bought on eBay as a still and had rye grain mash inside of. It shows that not only do they not have any concern about upholding a very important job that they attain they don't have to give a f*** either. I'm a registered meth offender and you can look back on the signature list for pseudoephedrine as far back as it goes and you'll have a hard time proving I've ever had a cold cuz I never signed the list so there should be some evidence to that to otherwise being a felon is not going to f****** matter when everybody's a felon for bulshit they didn't do, none the less does that spark sudden urgent's in violence that we have had such an escalated occurrence of.

Posted by Noface on 01/29/2019 at 10:30 AM

Re: “Growing gear

I've been growing an oversized hanging baskets since I was 15 and I'm 32 now.I'll tell you what indoles you need to pump up the beef. I'll tell you how to make you guys girls in your girls guys. And I'll even make a little isolating in reacting to turn your CBDs to THCs. I been at it since I first became a felony for possession of marijuana on school grounds for rolling joint in class and making this society the better place it is today. They call me Ryan (Weedseed). Melton if necessary past the brevity.

Posted by Ryan Melton on 01/29/2019 at 10:17 AM

Re: “Hashed out

Its about time .. Thank you chief for showing support to the people and their votes. Its always been ridiculous as I see it to put anyone in jail for possession of marijuana. Youre ruining peoples lives and making criminals out of criminals who should never have been labeled a criminal when you lock a low level drug addict up in a prison with hard core murderers and violent men and women. Its time we get more leaders and law officials like this

Posted by karen sue on 09/09/2018 at 2:46 PM

Re: “Cover: No smoke

I was diagnosed with COPD , four years ago now. I moved to USA two years ago in the hope my health would improve
and my doctor has given me Seebri Breezhaler, it's an inhalation powder 44 micrograms. I take it once a day in the morning, but it was unable to help me breath properly. Earlier this year my sister who lives in New Delhi India Purchased COPD herbal remedy from BEST HEALTH HERBAL CENTRE and they told her that their COPD herbal remedy only takes six weeks to reverse COPD completely, which she didnt believe, but she had no choice than to purchase, because she knew breathing was so difficult for me. When I received the herbal remedy, I only used it for six weeks, it was so shocking to see the outcome, I was able to breath normal, no more shortness of breath, no more dry cough, chest pressure stop and my COPD was fully reversed.
I know is hard to believe but am a living testimony, There is no harm in trying natural herbs supplements.

Posted by phlip leo on 08/10/2018 at 6:32 PM

Re: “Cover: No smoke

As a registered nurse who has never used marijuana or smoked any substance, I have observed the horrific effects of cancer and the attempts to prolong the lives of its victims.. As such, I am distressed at the disappointment of cancer patients who had hoped for some relief of the nightmare of their disease and its treatment from legalized medical marijuana.
The recriminalization of smokable marijuana and the attempt to control amounts of the effective property of the smokable product, THC, is a power grab of potentially fatal proportions.
The actions of established health centers and self appointed authorities of unknown credentials out to protect their patient load and resultant profit by altering the law and requiring pharmacists at the sale of a plant will accomplish nothin more than the maintenance of exorbitant medical costs.
Of course, most of the changes are an outright attack on the will of the people and an attempt to circumvent a law that enjoyed overwhelming approval by Oklahomans.
The most egregious of proposed changes is the recriminalization of smokable marijuana and limits on its THC level. For most patients, only marijuana of higher THC content is effective in treating the acute nausea and pain that accompanies many malignancies and the therapies used to prolong the life of acute cancer patients. And oral administration is essentially impossible due to persistent vomiting.
To excuse the prohibition of smokable marijuana on the basis of "protecting the public from the hazards of smoking" could be the most tragic and fatal joke of all for patients dying from cancer. The smoking excuse is especially infuriating for patients who have never smoked cigarettes that are legally unchallenged and easily available yet are known to contain hundreds of harmful and addictive substances. Cigarettes are the real gateway drug.
The Individuals who approved this ridiculous attempt to reverse the will of the people and endanger cancer patient lives should be immediately dismissed from the board and the law unchanged as approved by the people should be immediately put into effect before even one life can be lost to a power play making us the laughing stock of the country..
Janis

Posted by jai on 07/21/2018 at 1:32 AM

Re: “Gray areas

Yep, call it what it is.

Posted by Aaron on 06/14/2018 at 5:59 PM

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