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    Quote Originally Posted by snoseek View Post
    Earwax and kush for the holidaze!!!!
    The wax puts a nice shine on me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlboyell View Post
    saliva tests are easy to pass. and yes i can do a speedball 4 days before a piss test and pass, but smoke will show up for 3 months. and to the "one is illegal and one isnt," thats the point of this thread. the difference is that the drinker can obtain his drug of choice at a store, and the smoker has to have a guy who has a guy. i think its pretty common knowledge, or at least it should be, is that the guy your buying weed from is only a person or two removed from the guy who has guns and really isnt on the up and up
    It's all about $$$ from taxation. What Gov't can get legally = passes. One set against grass needs to hunt online for the 60s' cigarette commercials and really watch them with a clear head instead of just chuckling at the absurdity.
    Multi-billions in corporate profits, and tax $$$ today stump public health down the road. With the ease that neighborhood growers can produce...the mega corporations can't compete = eliminate their competition with Gov't Anti-Drug policy.
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    ^ government can tax it, they do in california with medical pot.


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    Here's a question: How would people feel if something that used to cost them $10, now costs $25 due to tax?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Here's a question: How would people feel if something that used to cost them $10, now costs $25 due to tax?
    The cost is not so much cultivation, but illegal transport. Moonshine is cheaper, but legality and safety have minimized its market share

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Here's a question: How would people feel if something that used to cost them $10, now costs $25 due to tax?
    Well if taxes are higher then black market government will not make much, but personally i rather pay a little more from a shop rather then trouble you go through finding a good dealer, and they cook it in mass quantities for shop, which is very smells and time consuming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Here's a question: How would people feel if something that used to cost them $10, now costs $25 due to tax?
    It is extremely cheap to cultivate, so if it became fully legal and commercial growing operations were established, I would think that it could be taxed at an astronomical rate, and still be sold cheaper than it is on the street today.

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    medicinal is MUCH cheaper than street prices.

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