Re: virus: Pot
Thu, 19 Dec 96 14:14:00 GMT

> Your experience means nothing unless it can be validated
> with facts...which it hasn't. You have only asserted your
> experience.

If you were driving along in the country one night, and suddenly you
were confronted by a hovering metal disc, with lots of lights around
it, and these Little Green Men came out and spoke to you in an
alien language, and took you aboard their ship, showed you round, took
you for a bit a spin round the cosmos, and dropped you back at your car,
you'd be pretty fucking convinced that there were such things as
aliens and UFO's wouldn't you?

To you, it's a fact, and you know it, but no one else believes you.
Does that make it any less true?

> > This is what we've been talking about. Unless you can give me conclusive
> > proof that there is *no* harmful effects of pot, then I cannot believe
> > that. Unfortunately, you claim that there have been no studys into the
> > long term effects, and the carcinogenic implications, so how can you
> > possibly know?
> Care to come up with any documented examples of someone dying of
> an overdose of pot?

I agree that it's *difficult* to overdose on pot, because the
quantities involved are *huge*.

> What evidence do you have that it is so bad? If not, then how can you
> know?

I have my :)

Richard Jones
"We are the New Breed,
We are the Future."