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Plain and simple. :D

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livingpuppet Featured By Owner May 21, 2010
good point there. favs
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
:D Thanks! And, thanks for the :+fav: :clap:
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:iconlivingpuppet:
livingpuppet Featured By Owner May 23, 2010
no problems. can't resist the leaf lol
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:iconofthewoodsstudio:
OfTheWoodsStudio Featured By Owner May 20, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
This country was mad with pot and hemp lol how ironic it is band
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
Truly. Who does the government thing they are to ban a plant...? Totally absurd! :nerd:
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:iconofthewoodsstudio:
OfTheWoodsStudio Featured By Owner May 20, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
George Washington use to grow it on the fields. It was grown more then cotton lol
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
haha! How ignorant current America is! Doy!
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:iconofthewoodsstudio:
OfTheWoodsStudio Featured By Owner May 20, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
lol yeah its kind of sad it wasn't tell the 1900s that they singled out weed to go after African Americans and emergrants, I think I pick up way too much weird facts lol
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bookbugim Featured By Owner May 26, 2010
huh... i thought it was a racism thing for immigrating mexicans who brought their stuff with them. i've heard a few differant versions of the story though.
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OfTheWoodsStudio Featured By Owner May 26, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Prity much war on drugs was always started a way against immigration and minority's, either African Americans Chinese or Hispanics.
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bookbugim Featured By Owner May 26, 2010
ah. i think ive put the history together. Paper tycoons stood to loose a ton of money to hemp, so they trashed the image of hemp, which the immigrants just so happened to bring with them.
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
hahaha! :lmao: I like weird facts!
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OfTheWoodsStudio Featured By Owner May 21, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
I am full a lot of them. Its kind of funny I don't do drugs but know a lot about them lol.
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IceFireX Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Very true, except opium.
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IceFireX Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
plants are not drugs, is true, except for opium. opium=heroine.
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
Sorry to somewhat disagree with you; but, heroine and opium are not the same. Opium is a natural plant, and we commonly use poppy seeds in food. Heroine is man-tampered, and tends to be addictive. Many drugs are derived from natural sources--even prescription drugs (valium is an altered version of the plant Valerian root, but, are altered, or the potent components are extracted, thus, it becomes unnatural.

This is from Wikipedia:

"Heroin, or diacetylmorphine (INN), also known as diamorphine (BAN), is a semi-synthetic opioid drug synthesized from morphine, a derivative of the opium poppy. It is the 3,6-diacetyl ester of morphine (di (two)-acetyl-morphine). The white crystalline form is commonly the hydrochloride salt diacetylmorphine hydrochloride, though often adulterated thus dulling the sheen and consistency from that to a matte white powder, which heroin freebase typically is.[2] 90% of Heroin is said to be produced in Afghanistan.[3]
As with other opioids, heroin is used as both a pain-killer and a recreational drug and has an extremely high potential for abuse. Frequent and regular administration is associated with tolerance, moderate physical dependence, and severe psychological dependence." [link]

Mariajuana is as natural as mint, oregano, etc. Plants, in their natural context, are, simply, plants. :) :pat:
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IceFireX Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Same difference, still comes from the plant and the plant itself is smokeable.
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
Anything is smokable. That doesn't mean it's good for you. God made plants and gave us brains. :)
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IceFireX Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
Yup, idiots smoke chemicals and people who want to get on a better plain in reality smoke kush.
I don't believe in god, but I will bring him/her/it up in any arguement if the person is a god fearing individual. surprisingly no politicians have tried to ween their way into weed regulations with god creating everything, I am often afraid that weed will never get legalized in america, but there is still hope with california in the running this year.
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
What is kush? I've never heard that term. Yeah, I know, God this, and God that. It's mostly misinterpreted, anyway. :o
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zombiesXparade Featured By Owner May 18, 2010
:dance: infact pot is actually good for you, too much is unhealthy, but too much of anything is unhealthy, like sugar, sugar is good for you, we need sugar, but too much makes us sick/ diabetes. infact there is not a single reported case of death from smoking weed. :nod:
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:iconraven-haven-creation:
My sentiments, to a T. For religious people--the Bible advises temperance in all things.
Thanks for your supportive comment. :D
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