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Desc:An impeccable report from scientific expert Bishop Ron Allen.
Category:Crime, Classic TV Clips
Tags:fox news, marijuana
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phalsebob - 2010-06-16
Voting Tory is a gateway to cocaine and closeted gay sex addiction. Before you argue against that, remember it's very bad.
Camonk - 2010-06-16
Uh yeah, THC is definitely hella addictive, white news lady! I was on cocaine so I know.
Xenocide - 2010-06-16
"And they're saying it's not addictive? Of course it's a gateway drug!"

Xenocide - 2010-06-16
You went to rehab for cocaine addiction, thus you are qualified to talk to us about pot. Drugs are all the same, right?

You have a degree in philosophy, thus you are qualified to talk to us about evolution. Fields of study are all the same, right?

You're an auto mechanic, thus you are qualified to perform this kidney transplant. Replacing parts is all the same, right?

You can stare blankly into space and spout pre-coached phrases, thus you are qualified to be either a Fox and Friends anchor or a delightful pet cockatoo. Pretty, vapid creatures are all the same, right?

Cube - 2010-06-16
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IrishWhiskey - 2010-06-16
This guy is an outstanding speaker for legalization.

"It raises tax revenue! You'd have to be stoned to think it's addictive! It's safer than ever!"

Rape Van Winkle - 2010-06-16

A fidgety, inarticulate brother, making poorly thought out arguments *against* drug use.

Rape Van Winkle - 2010-06-16
Also I read about the famous finding we hear repeated so often, that there's more THC in pot now, than there was 50 years ago.

But the pot they used in that study was actually that old, and hadn't been stored properly.

I'm not even kidding.

It's like if I had a two month old loaf of bread in my kitchen, and I compared it to a new loaf, and published that two months ago, stores were selling moldier bread.
TeenerTot - 2010-06-16
Since marijuana growing become an indoor activity (what with the "war on drugs" and all), the plants have been selectively bred to be more compact and more potent.

I know this because I saw it on PBS.

I don't believe his numbers on it, tho.

La Loco - 2010-06-16
You'd have to be high to take this guy seriously.
fatatty - 2010-06-16
"Our next guest believes his personal experience is enough to stop this from happening"

Yes, because you were a fuck up we need the government to force us all not to be fuck ups like you.

Go party of small government go.
fatatty - 2010-06-16
Also having watched the rest of this video this guy clearly destroyed his brain on a lot more than just pot.

And had he bought that pot from a store he wouldn't have been turned onto cocaine like he was from his dealer. The only reason it is a gateway drug is because it's illegal.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-06-16
"I disagree with this cable news network, so obviously the best thing to do is to cling to their every word!"
fatatty - 2010-06-16
Make fun of their every word is what you meant to say I think.

TeenerTot - 2010-06-16
Wait, did he just compare pot to tobacco and alcohol? Did I hear him right?

He confuses me.
glendower - 2010-06-16
Despite all their pro-free market posturing, Fox is anti-pot because they hate hippies.
kingofthenothing - 2010-06-16
"...is sparking some debate..." *cheesy grin*
Frank Rizzo - 2010-06-16
"19.9 million dollar"
shit, that must have been a giant ass dollar bill.

Man, fuck these homos.
Syd Midnight - 2010-06-16
I'd like to see this treatment facility full of marijuana addicts. Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness.
memedumpster - 2010-06-17
Celebrity Pothead would be a boring show.

Rum Revenge - 2010-06-17
Taxes on alcohol and tobacco don't outweigh our state's healthcare costs. Therefore, let's not legalize a third drug.

Why don't we just make caffeine and sugar illegal, while we're at it? How much fucking tax revenue do we get from that shit?
blood_visions - 2010-06-17
I like how there;s no counter point, just sweet pot porn shown on the split screen every so often. Makes me want to do a bong hit. Clearly the joints and bongs were the winners of this debate.
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