Jill Rappaport tells us about this 'underground explosion raging across the country,' sounding like a PR person for Doritos. Jill goes to a rave, where she interviews a large amount of 'young people' about what raving is about. It's kind of endearing. But here's the thing: every single one of those kids in that video...
If this is just the first of these conferences in Phoenix, you can be sure next year, when Arizona will most certainly have recreational marijuana on the ballot, will be even more massive. And the year after that. And so on. There's a lot of money to be made in medical marijuana — and...
I’m not going to make the jokes about dogs getting the munchies for Milk Bones. That’s stupid.
Initial estimates of $40 million in tax revenue for schools in Arizona might actually be low.
Life, as much as drug abuse, benefits greatly from the virtue of delayed gratification, so as to most magnify the contrast between the altered state and reality itself. Otherwise, it becomes your subjective reality and loses its majesty.
It wasn't the use, rather the overuse that seemed so unappealing. Call me old fashioned but I think dancefloors were made to dance on, not unconsciously roll-around-on.
Sure, drugs can be dangerous. Even deadly. But when you consider that programs like DARE have little to no impact – and may in fact increase drug abuse, not prevent it – you have to wonder what value DARE holds.
For the numerous states that have passed laws allowing for medical marijuana, they have seen ZERO, NADA, ZILCH increase in adolescent use of cannabis.