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Jesus fucking Christ, that's 2.835 kilos of weedUm....I think it's actually 1/10 kilo... Did you misread it at ounces?
Jesus fucking Christ, that's 2.835 kilos of weed
I added the emphasis to "knowingly." If someone doesn't have pot in plain view, while you can technically be charged with possession, it's next to impossible to find you guilty of possession if you had no idea the pot was there in the first place.
I'm talking about when I know there is weed in a place I don't want it to be.
I added the emphasis to "knowingly." If someone doesn't have pot in plain view, while you can technically be charged with possession, it's next to impossible to find you guilty of possession if you had no idea the pot was there in the first place.Hence, this is why I do not call the police unless I know it's there. If I meet some obvious stoner on the street who stinks of weed, or if I meet DKong at a convention, I'm not going to call 911 or some shit. I'm talking about when I know there is weed in a place I don't want it to be.
I'm also fine with marijuana being legal. That's not the reason I would call the cops on someone. The reason is this.You have to be familiar with the laws regarding possession. Let's pretend I come over to your house, and you've got some weed in a drawer or something. In some situations, I could be busted for possession. It's not about whether weed should be illegal or not. It's about putting other people's livelihood at risk without their consent. Even if I think a law is totally wrong, it's my decision whether I want to break it or not. It's no different than making everyone in my car put their seat belt on.
why did you enter into that situation in the first place?
If weed shows up anywhere near me, it would only ever be by surprise.
Wouldn't you just tell them to remove it first instead of fucking things up by calling the law? Seems a little extreme.
They don't want to put up competition for the alcohol and cigarette industries (which would probably get destroyed if weed was made legal, don't quote me on it, though).
For example. If my dorm-mate had come home reeking of weed on a regular basis, and insisted on using it in the room despite my objections: police. If the same dorm-mate stored it elsewhere and never used it in the room: ignored.The law is such that any smoker is basically at the mercy of anyone who doesn't. The moral: don't anger non-weed-smokers if you smoke weed.
If weed shows up anywhere near me, it would only ever be by surprise.The mental image this phrase produces is both hilarious and surreal.
To bring it back to DKong and his friends. Perhaps the problem is that DKong was not keeping that shit away from them?
living in a country where weed is legal
Where do you live?According tothislist, weed isn't 100% legal anywhere except India and some odd country that I've never heard of.
The Dutch politics reasoned that soft drugs do not have physically addictive qualities, and are not more harmful than, say, alcohol. Therefore, the Netherlands allows limited forms of possession and trade in soft-drugs (legalized in 1976).One is allowed to purchase and possess up to five grams of cannabis or hashish. Possessing more is interpreted as intent to trade the larger quantities, which is illegal. Only specially permitted Ã¢Â€Âœcoffee shopsÃ¢Â€Â are allowed to sell soft drugs, and never more than five grams per person, per day. One needs to be 18 or over to access a coffee shop.Smoking in public is technically allowed, however in many places prohibited by local regulation, limiting consumption to coffee shops, one's home, or a remote corner of a park.Coffee shops are allowed to sell cannabis and hashish (and pay taxes on it), but can not legally buy stock. Also referred to as the Ã¢Â€Â˜backdoor problem.Ã¢Â€Â™ Coffee shops have very strict rules to live by and are regularly checked by local authorities. Two strikes is out.Other types of sales are illegal; maximum punishment for large scale trade is 4 years in prison.
The one problem, though, is how do the places get the weed in the first place? If they can't buy it, do they have to grow it themselves?
Trueness. Weed smokers clearly realize that they are at the mercy of the non-smokers. Thus, by making your "keep that shit away" stance clearly known, you actually help the weed smokers out. They know to keep that shit away from you, and will gladly do so.
You need to have a special card from a doctor and you must have a valid disorder/illness
There's a lot of speculation going on here. Perhaps DKong's friends are just total tools? There was a time, when I was a brainwashed little Christian boy, that I probably would've reacted to the same way to a friend of mine smoking weed, no matter how they went about it.
In California, it's absurdly easy to get a medical card. There are some shady doctors who will just give you one for a couple hundred bucks. I've known a few people who've done just that. Then you can just go down to the weed store and buy some weed.
Other than Cali, though, you actually do have to have a valid reason.
bob marley hippie peace fag
The one problem, though, is how do the places get the weed in the first place? If they can't buy it, do they have to grow it themselves?My guess is illegal growing, illegally buying from "friends" who grow it, getting it from dealers, etc. Certainly not legally, though...which is why I say that the Netherlands don't really have legal weed.That is indeed the type of legal system for cannabis that other countries need to start adopting.
While I cannot say many drugs I can say I am for at least marijuana being legal and prostitution. Not that I want to partake in either really but if they are regulated at least it is much safer to acquire/partake in them.