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Disclaimer: This is not a recommendation to use illegal substances and drive.

Although, at least a couple studies suggest maybe you should. Other studies suggest it's certainly no more dangerous than driving sober.


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Real-world data from auto accidents indicate that a drunk driver is approximately 10 times more likely to cause a fatal accident than a stoned driver. In most studies, smoking one-third of a joint or less has virtually no impact on a driver’s performance. A couple of studies even suggest that pot smokers are less likely to cause an accident than sober drivers.

No one’s entirely sure how to explain these results. The dominant hypothesis is that people are more likely to be aware of—and, more importantly, compensate for—their intoxication when high than when drunk. Participants in one study who smoked one-third of a joint perceived themselves as being impaired, even though the experiment suggested they were not. By contrast, subjects who had two drinks thought they were fine, despite performing poorly in driving tests. In the driving simulators, pot smokers drove significantly slower than the drunk drivers, even with researchers reminding them to speed up. They also gave the car in front of them a lot more room and were less likely to pass. Alcohol, on the other hand, increases risk-taking behavior. Drunk drivers drive faster, tailgate, and pass recklessly.

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Not suprising to many of you, I see. chuckle
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Heroin addicts are the best drivers of all, they do 50,000 miles a year to feed their habit, they are strung out half the time and stoned the other half, yet they never crash.
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Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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Disclaimer: This is not a recommendation to use illegal substances and drive.

Although, at least a couple studies suggest maybe you should. Other studies suggest it's certainly no more dangerous than driving sober.

Can someone please remind me, again, why the stuff is illegal? Other than some asshole wanted to cut down trees for newspapers, and some other assholes need jobs arresting the most peaceful, non-threatening folks anywhere?

rastabanan

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Real-world data from auto accidents indicate that a drunk driver is approximately 10 times more likely to cause a fatal accident than a stoned driver. In most studies, smoking one-third of a joint or less has virtually no impact on a driver’s performance. A couple of studies even suggest that pot smokers are less likely to cause an accident than sober drivers.

No one’s entirely sure how to explain these results. The dominant hypothesis is that people are more likely to be aware of—and, more importantly, compensate for—their intoxication when high than when drunk. Participants in one study who smoked one-third of a joint perceived themselves as being impaired, even though the experiment suggested they were not. By contrast, subjects who had two drinks thought they were fine, despite performing poorly in driving tests. In the driving simulators, pot smokers drove significantly slower than the drunk drivers, even with researchers reminding them to speed up. They also gave the car in front of them a lot more room and were less likely to pass. Alcohol, on the other hand, increases risk-taking behavior. Drunk drivers drive faster, tailgate, and pass recklessly.
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sure as hell works for me, can't go to work without!! and it makes me hate the other drivers on the road that much less :-)
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Disclaimer: This is not a recommendation to use illegal substances and drive.

Although, at least a couple studies suggest maybe you should. Other studies suggest it's certainly no more dangerous than driving sober.

Can someone please remind me, again, why the stuff is illegal? Other than some asshole wanted to cut down trees for newspapers, and some other assholes need jobs arresting the most peaceful, non-threatening folks anywhere?

rastabanan

[link to www.slate.com]

Real-world data from auto accidents indicate that a drunk driver is approximately 10 times more likely to cause a fatal accident than a stoned driver. In most studies, smoking one-third of a joint or less has virtually no impact on a driver’s performance. A couple of studies even suggest that pot smokers are less likely to cause an accident than sober drivers.

No one’s entirely sure how to explain these results. The dominant hypothesis is that people are more likely to be aware of—and, more importantly, compensate for—their intoxication when high than when drunk. Participants in one study who smoked one-third of a joint perceived themselves as being impaired, even though the experiment suggested they were not. By contrast, subjects who had two drinks thought they were fine, despite performing poorly in driving tests. In the driving simulators, pot smokers drove significantly slower than the drunk drivers, even with researchers reminding them to speed up. They also gave the car in front of them a lot more room and were less likely to pass. Alcohol, on the other hand, increases risk-taking behavior. Drunk drivers drive faster, tailgate, and pass recklessly.
 Quoting: Revbo™


sure as hell works for me, can't go to work without!! and it makes me hate the other drivers on the road that much less :-)
bonghit
 Quoting: laymansnerd


i would recommend looking within and finding out why you seemingly cannot function at work without "it",.. and i would venture to claim that you feel the same/similar about other places as well,.. do some soul searching/cleansing/meditating,..

it's blatantly obvious that you have issues that "it" will not help you resolve by you identifying your hate for other people traveling just as you are. get off "it" and rediscover your connection with the grounded current of energy flowing through your self and others.

remember the time when you weren't with "it",.. and how you were able to feel and experience and function the same,.. if not better?

time to reconnect with that inner voice/self.
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That's what Barry said.. [link to www.slickbarry.com]
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Disclaimer: This is not a recommendation to use illegal substances and drive.

Although, at least a couple studies suggest maybe you should. Other studies suggest it's certainly no more dangerous than driving sober.

Can someone please remind me, again, why the stuff is illegal? Other than some asshole wanted to cut down trees for newspapers, and some other assholes need jobs arresting the most peaceful, non-threatening folks anywhere?

rastabanan

[link to www.slate.com]

Real-world data from auto accidents indicate that a drunk driver is approximately 10 times more likely to cause a fatal accident than a stoned driver. In most studies, smoking one-third of a joint or less has virtually no impact on a driver’s performance. A couple of studies even suggest that pot smokers are less likely to cause an accident than sober drivers.

No one’s entirely sure how to explain these results. The dominant hypothesis is that people are more likely to be aware of—and, more importantly, compensate for—their intoxication when high than when drunk. Participants in one study who smoked one-third of a joint perceived themselves as being impaired, even though the experiment suggested they were not. By contrast, subjects who had two drinks thought they were fine, despite performing poorly in driving tests. In the driving simulators, pot smokers drove significantly slower than the drunk drivers, even with researchers reminding them to speed up. They also gave the car in front of them a lot more room and were less likely to pass. Alcohol, on the other hand, increases risk-taking behavior. Drunk drivers drive faster, tailgate, and pass recklessly.
 Quoting: Revbo™


sure as hell works for me, can't go to work without!! and it makes me hate the other drivers on the road that much less :-)
bonghit
 Quoting: laymansnerd


i would recommend looking within and finding out why you seemingly cannot function at work without "it",.. and i would venture to claim that you feel the same/similar about other places as well,.. do some soul searching/cleansing/meditating,..

it's blatantly obvious that you have issues that "it" will not help you resolve by you identifying your hate for other people traveling just as you are. get off "it" and rediscover your connection with the grounded current of energy flowing through your self and others.

remember the time when you weren't with "it",.. and how you were able to feel and experience and function the same,.. if not better?

time to reconnect with that inner voice/self.
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how long is the pole that's crammed up your ass? LIVE A LITTLE!!!! Life is too short not to have fun!! So-rry Mr. Buzz Killington, would you rather be examining 18th century woodcuts in your spare time?
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Until you get pulled over and they search you and the car..







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eh.. I drive better when I'm drunk.
Feel like i'm gonna run into shit when i'm stoned.
*shrugs*
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Until you get pulled over and they search you and the car..







tissue
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yeah because I'm stupid enough to carry it with me? or smoke it in the car? I'm not your typical retard stoner, I have an IQ of 140 and I was considered a gifted child, and i'm sure as hell not going to get caught!!!
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Heroin addicts are the best drivers of all, they do 50,000 miles a year to feed their habit, they are strung out half the time and stoned the other half, yet they never crash.
hf
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How do you know this??
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Until you get pulled over and they search you and the car..







tissue
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yeah because I'm stupid enough to carry it with me? or smoke it in the car? I'm not your typical retard stoner, I have an IQ of 140 and I was considered a gifted child, and i'm sure as hell not going to get caught!!!
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Doesn't take a 140 IQ to figure that out, but yeah. Duh, AC. C'mon. Who do you think you're talking to here, some 18 year old stoner kid?

And to Buzz Killington above: These threads aren't really for you. Move along.

Last Edited by Revbo™ on 12/10/2011 07:53 PM
Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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eh.. I drive better when I'm drunk.
Feel like i'm gonna run into shit when i'm stoned.
*shrugs*
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correction: You believe you drive better whilst drunk. lol
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Disclaimer: This is not a recommendation to use illegal substances and drive.

Although, at least a couple studies suggest maybe you should. Other studies suggest it's certainly no more dangerous than driving sober.

Can someone please remind me, again, why the stuff is illegal? Other than some asshole wanted to cut down trees for newspapers, and some other assholes need jobs arresting the most peaceful, non-threatening folks anywhere?

rastabanan

[link to www.slate.com]

Real-world data from auto accidents indicate that a drunk driver is approximately 10 times more likely to cause a fatal accident than a stoned driver. In most studies, smoking one-third of a joint or less has virtually no impact on a driver’s performance. A couple of studies even suggest that pot smokers are less likely to cause an accident than sober drivers.

No one’s entirely sure how to explain these results. The dominant hypothesis is that people are more likely to be aware of—and, more importantly, compensate for—their intoxication when high than when drunk. Participants in one study who smoked one-third of a joint perceived themselves as being impaired, even though the experiment suggested they were not. By contrast, subjects who had two drinks thought they were fine, despite performing poorly in driving tests. In the driving simulators, pot smokers drove significantly slower than the drunk drivers, even with researchers reminding them to speed up. They also gave the car in front of them a lot more room and were less likely to pass. Alcohol, on the other hand, increases risk-taking behavior. Drunk drivers drive faster, tailgate, and pass recklessly.
 Quoting: Revbo™


sure as hell works for me, can't go to work without!! and it makes me hate the other drivers on the road that much less :-)
bonghit
 Quoting: laymansnerd


i would recommend looking within and finding out why you seemingly cannot function at work without "it",.. and i would venture to claim that you feel the same/similar about other places as well,.. do some soul searching/cleansing/meditating,..

it's blatantly obvious that you have issues that "it" will not help you resolve by you identifying your hate for other people traveling just as you are. get off "it" and rediscover your connection with the grounded current of energy flowing through your self and others.

remember the time when you weren't with "it",.. and how you were able to feel and experience and function the same,.. if not better?

time to reconnect with that inner voice/self.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6712154


SHTFU............moralizer...most likely your self absorbed and arrogant...work on that

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Not one bit surprising.
Although it is not true that all conservatives are stupid,
it is true that most stupid people are conservative.

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i prefer driving high stoner
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It's only because they are going 4 miles an hour when and if they collide w/ anything.
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Disclaimer: This is not a recommendation to use illegal substances and drive.

Although, at least a couple studies suggest maybe you should. Other studies suggest it's certainly no more dangerous than driving sober.

Can someone please remind me, again, why the stuff is illegal? Other than some asshole wanted to cut down trees for newspapers, and some other assholes need jobs arresting the most peaceful, non-threatening folks anywhere?

rastabanan

[link to www.slate.com]

Real-world data from auto accidents indicate that a drunk driver is approximately 10 times more likely to cause a fatal accident than a stoned driver. In most studies, smoking one-third of a joint or less has virtually no impact on a driver’s performance. A couple of studies even suggest that pot smokers are less likely to cause an accident than sober drivers.

No one’s entirely sure how to explain these results. The dominant hypothesis is that people are more likely to be aware of—and, more importantly, compensate for—their intoxication when high than when drunk. Participants in one study who smoked one-third of a joint perceived themselves as being impaired, even though the experiment suggested they were not. By contrast, subjects who had two drinks thought they were fine, despite performing poorly in driving tests. In the driving simulators, pot smokers drove significantly slower than the drunk drivers, even with researchers reminding them to speed up. They also gave the car in front of them a lot more room and were less likely to pass. Alcohol, on the other hand, increases risk-taking behavior. Drunk drivers drive faster, tailgate, and pass recklessly.
 Quoting: Revbo™


sure as hell works for me, can't go to work without!! and it makes me hate the other drivers on the road that much less :-)
bonghit
 Quoting: laymansnerd


i would recommend looking within and finding out why you seemingly cannot function at work without "it",.. and i would venture to claim that you feel the same/similar about other places as well,.. do some soul searching/cleansing/meditating,..

it's blatantly obvious that you have issues that "it" will not help you resolve by you identifying your hate for other people traveling just as you are. get off "it" and rediscover your connection with the grounded current of energy flowing through your self and others.

remember the time when you weren't with "it",.. and how you were able to feel and experience and function the same,.. if not better?

time to reconnect with that inner voice/self.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6712154


SHTFU............moralizer...most likely your self absorbed and arrogant...work on that
 Quoting: Reader.


Hellz to the Yeah!!!!!
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Disclaimer: This is not a recommendation to use illegal substances and drive.

Although, at least a couple studies suggest maybe you should. Other studies suggest it's certainly no more dangerous than driving sober.

Can someone please remind me, again, why the stuff is illegal? Other than some asshole wanted to cut down trees for newspapers, and some other assholes need jobs arresting the most peaceful, non-threatening folks anywhere?

rastabanan

[link to www.slate.com]

Real-world data from auto accidents indicate that a drunk driver is approximately 10 times more likely to cause a fatal accident than a stoned driver. In most studies, smoking one-third of a joint or less has virtually no impact on a driver’s performance. A couple of studies even suggest that pot smokers are less likely to cause an accident than sober drivers.

No one’s entirely sure how to explain these results. The dominant hypothesis is that people are more likely to be aware of—and, more importantly, compensate for—their intoxication when high than when drunk. Participants in one study who smoked one-third of a joint perceived themselves as being impaired, even though the experiment suggested they were not. By contrast, subjects who had two drinks thought they were fine, despite performing poorly in driving tests. In the driving simulators, pot smokers drove significantly slower than the drunk drivers, even with researchers reminding them to speed up. They also gave the car in front of them a lot more room and were less likely to pass. Alcohol, on the other hand, increases risk-taking behavior. Drunk drivers drive faster, tailgate, and pass recklessly.
 Quoting: Revbo™


Its illegal because this annual plant threatened Randalh hearsts paper empire...hearst owned timber reserves up north for his propaganda machine..

he could print whatever he wanted..he was a king.

a paper-king..so every agency worked around this plant..plants to MAKE BILLIONS OFF ENFORCEMENT..CONTROL..ETC..ETC..hiding


now with asshole being said...

the U.S. WILL CONTROL THIS PLANT...

GWPHARMA now working with bayer...have made the thcless cannabis.

soon the HIGH...willm be gone..and the tame cannabis will thrive.

as far as other reasons..well..good luck with the mexican dope smoking killer stereotypes.
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sure as hell works for me, can't go to work without!! and it makes me hate the other drivers on the road that much less :-)
bonghit
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That plus the paranoia makes me drive extra careful and watch what the other drivers are doing.
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Some empirical evidence...


Note that I can no longer find the full video of this test online. Interesting.
If anyone else can find it, please post it.
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you know, every time I begin to think pot is harmless

I read BS like this thread
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eh.. I drive better when I'm drunk.
Feel like i'm gonna run into shit when i'm stoned.
*shrugs*
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correction: You believe you drive better whilst drunk. lol
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LOL. Probably the truth. xD banana2
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I can honestly say that when I'm stoned and driving, I'm so tense from being paranoid that I drive like granny. When I'm sober, I tend to make daring moves that jeopardize my health. It's almost an equal trade in my opinion as non-aggressive/aggressive driving have their +'s and -'s.
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Actually, I watched a documentary the other day whereby a doctor-controlled study was conducted with drug users. 1. Marijuana 2. Heroin 3. Meth... and 4. Cocaine.

The drug users were first asked to perform tasks sober, then were allowed to do their thing and perform the same tasks again under the influence.

One of the tasks was driving a car on a controlled course. The marijuana smoking guy went 40% slower and parallel parking took him 3X as long, and the car ended up not positioned straight and really far from the curb.

Basically, all the tasks the marijuana smoking guy performed was leaning toward the "I don't give a shit" and "There's no urgency" attitude (even when he was in a smoke filled house).

So, toke and stay home.

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