This is pretty funny I smoked bud for over 12 years starting when I was 12 years old the only reason I stopped was to get a good job I started after a psychiatrist prescribed me to paxil after smoking a few times I quit taking my meds and was happier with my life self medicating with weed I wasn't depressed anymore when I got a little older and could afford to buy weed I smoked a half ounce a day every day for I'd guess about 6 years I quit roughly 2 years ago had no withdrawal no memory loss no adverse reactions at all the only problem I had involving weed was being arrested for the possession of HARMLESS flowers from a marijuana plant I know people who are in their 60s and have been smoking constantly since their teenage years and are still quite intelligent and also have seen no adverse health effects from this plant I think the reason some of you are having these problems is because you were conceived from weak sperm and there aren't enough predator animals to weed you guys out thanks for your time and stop being so soft y'all make our species look badView Thread
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