roflmao. Not sure what point you were making. But yeah, you can become water intoxicated and die. But know this, if you drink too much water and drive you'll probably get to your destination OK. If you drink too much alcohol and smoke too much weed and get behind the wheel, God help whoever crosses your path.
The good side to all these ropeheads? THC makes girls more pliable if you need that. Hey, so does alcohol. Water not so much. LMAO. I'm gonna be laughing about this one for my whole workout today.
No real point, just saying that things can kill you when you do it in too large a quantity.
As you said, what we all consider as drugs can have a serious affect on standard behavior without killing you.
That's the point. This report is such B.S! The language is completely wrong! It's trying to put pot in the same addictive category as Cigarettes Alcohol or Coffee in terms of addiction. Pot is not addictive period! What are the withdrawal symptoms if it's addictive? It's not addictive it’s habitual. Governments and anti-pot groups have been spreading this kind of FUD for decades. This coming is coming from a non-user of the substance by the way.
Aren't we splitting hairs though? I mean lets forget all the terminology BS, but isn't it possible to be addicted to pot like you would with other drugs?
I mean lets not make a sweeping generalization here. Some are affecting negatively by drugs, including pot. Its like pot is a person and there is this need to defend its honor or something. Its just a drug after all. Some have little to no ill affects, some have a lot. People are different.
one politicians excuse for driving dangerously at high speeds was that he need the toilet... so... hey just saying... most people know not to get in a car after drinking and im sure it is the same with smoking.
The problem is that it only takes one person getting into a car after smoking or drinking to cause people to react negatively and demand something be done.
Heck, lets face it, most laws that are there for everyone's protection came about thanks to the irresponsibility of a few, not the majority.
So arguing that most are able to handle it just wont fly.
There is a difference between physical addiction and mental addiction.
That makes sense, but it's not really good for the person or people around them if they are mentally or physically addicted to something in situations where that addiction can affect how they behave.