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Re: “Facebook Co-Founder Dustin Moskovitz Tosses $50K To Prop 19


Where (or indeed IF) you may be able to grow marijuana in neighborhoods will be determined by property owners and by local city governments. Apparently you cant read either.

As for your "front yards full of pot" fear, I'd like to introduce you to a friend of mine named logic. Logic, mjs123. Mjs123, logic. Believe it or not, very few people interested in growing their own pot in the first place would commit all that effort to a space in their front yard where their crop would be ripped off at any odd hour day or night.

Did this really never cross your mind while you were writing that post?


NEWS FLASH - Because of prohibition (and the fact that drug dealers dont ask for ID) kids can get marijuana a lot easier than they can get alcohol. No one wants more young people to be smoking marijuana, but prohibition has SPIKED use rates among teens- it hasnt curtailed it in the least.

Posted by J707 on 10/06/2010 at 12:09 PM

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