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Re: Back to chat......mj

I didn't think that was the reason for not legalizing it.  The way I  look at 
it....grow tobacco...or grow that.....would think they'd jump on that  gravy 
train.  It's a money maker for them.  
Heck, you'd think they'd be happy that some type of smoking was sanctioned  
by the Surgeon General.  LOL
Personally, tried it a few times in college, never did much  for me.  (Guess 
I'm wierd.)  Would have definitely considered it  during my migraine spells 
though.....if I had had the opportunity....to see if  it would have had some 
effect then.
Always wanted to grow a plant, for ornamental purposes......but with dh,  
that was definitely out of the question.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/1/2005 5:07:04 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

If they  legalized pot-OHMYGOSH-the big tobacco companies or
alcohol distributors  might lose money and THEN they won't be able to
donate to some puppet's  presidential campaign. Idiots. All of 'em.

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