donlever wrote:The motivation is in your head, a choice as it were, but whatever works for you math.
No judgement here.
God knows I've spent many a day in the past on the baked (highly (wot) non-motivated) side of the spectrum.
donlever wrote:Ahhhh..medical reasons.
How would I know?
I've had lots of discussion with people about this type of stuff and how pot does this and that for them and 95% of the time it is simple BS.
In your case obviously not.
So carry on with my blessings.
..and no, no clamp, I just choose not to do it because I don't see the point anymore really.
donlever wrote:..yep, I've always been a proponent of legalization and using the income as a way to ease the tax burden et cetera.
But once the government took over distribution they'd fuck it all up.
I've been around marijuana a whole lot in my life (parents were growing their own as I grew up...there was always a frozen bag of "spinach" or three in the freezer type of thing) and have dealt with some serious addictions where the user thought they were in complete control but it was just helping ease them through some "stuff".
Hence my original comments without delving further into the discussion.
As a matter of fact I have an extended family member now who smokes about an ounce a week for no other reason than addiction and they think it helps them get along better with their struggles in life.
When I smoked it was to get high, sit around, laugh, listen to music, watch a movie or a game, have a good time.
Now I find it counterproductive to the way I choose to live my life and if I were to smoke it would probably be a less than pleasurable experience for me.
Not to mention I'd proabably eat a gallon of ice cream.
Either way to each their own and as far as it medical benefits I am a believer and a proponent of same.
Que sera sera.
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