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Old January 1st, 2007, 08:55 PM  
Break the Cage
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Default Re: "Natural" drugs, specificly pot ARE addicting

Ok I'm gonna break this big lump of bullshit down.
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for everyone who thinks that pot isn't addicting, it is.
Cannabis can be mentally, but not physically addictive. It can become a 'lifestyle habit' if you will, you cannot however become dependent on it physically.
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hallucinagents are the worst of all
Again, bullshit, downers are the worst of all, most likely to kill you.
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when you use shrooms, it's chemicals store in your spine, the same as lsd, and if you crack your back on accident, youll start to trip again
Wrong, this is a common myth, no chemicals are stored in your spine.
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but after using lsd 4 times you are clinically insane.
Couldn't be more wrong, plenty of people use LSD every month or even every week and still lead a normal, sane life. Nothing wrong with a bit of fun
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Some people who have used lsd are in mental institutions because their immunity to the drug was high enough to snap them out of the trip.
Is it just me or did that make no sence?
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just like you dont know exactly how high your gonna get off of a drug.
One of my main arguments for legalization, people would know exactly what they are getting and they would be able to use substances safely.
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addiction isnt a personality trait
...you sure about that one? .
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A drug being "natural" does not make it any better than any other drug
Well it does, because it greatly limits the chance of it being cut with something dodgy which is likely to harm/kill the user.

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