MSN home page I found an artical that I was kinda dumb founded on.
Says the salesman took the vehicle too 100 MPH, crashed, kills one of the potential Buyers. Obviously his job is gone. The police found BAC to be .06, which the laws states you are legally "drunk" at .08. Whatever... go drink hand sanitizer and blow, bet your legally "dead" from Overdosing.
Then the artical kind of takes A WHOLE different outlook all of a sudden. They found THC in his system. So what. Big deal. Whoo. Another pot smoker. but they tagged him with all that and the marijuana just adds to it. 80 some percent of americans use it. get into an accident and thats automaticlly to blame. Even though it is in his system for up to 60 days (THC) DOES NOT MEAN HE WAS HIGH AT WORK, But they have to blame it on something. Nice work by our Police Forces.... ILL BLAME THE ALCOHOL AND STUPIDITY OVER ANYTHING ELSE with this artical. I beg to Differ. the pot is what CASUED the whole thing?, YEAH RIGHT...... I love The media, they really make our lives entertaining.
The secret to a VERY healthy economy is right there but no one really wants it I guess.
You understand you can get a DWI at .01 if the cop can prove you are "impaired" to some extent, right?
And you should probably hit the "spell check" button before you start wantonly calling people stupid. The major issue here, that guy was a direct representation of the industry. And you sir, are high if you think 80 percent of americans routinely use marijuana. MAYBE the "has/have/had" thing, but not routinely.
Its disgusting to me, personally, that you are more offended the article talks about pot smoking then the people that died.
The problem americans have with pot grows from a social stigma. I personally dont see any difference between myself going out to bar and getting drunk, or going to a "hookah" lounge and getting baked.
Granted, I stay away from the stuff because my company drug tests, but otherwise I would have zero issues with it. They are doing a good job of marketing over here "marijauna smoke is 4 times more dangerous then cigarrettes" ... Yeah right, whens the last time you've seen someone smoke "2 packs of weed a day"... thatd be a bit... cost prohibitive. Its just more public ignorance.