I stopped smoking weed about 15 years ago and didn't touch it again until last year and in a very limited amount since all it took to get me twisted was 2 puffs, because it made me too stoopit to type, & because I'm the designated driver. I found myself too distracted to drive safely.
I started again once I found out what an effective pain reliever it was. Believe it or not, doctors want me to take opiate drugs or steroids but I don't want to.
My alternative was gobbling ALEVE (noproxin) which put me at risk of heart attacks, bleeding ulcers, or liver damage from long term use.
WHY? when 2 pokes off my tiny long-stemmed pipe has all of the positive effects & none of the health risks associated with the rest.
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
Actually, now that I saw a bit of it, I do believe I have seen it many years ago. Like many other movies, it had an agenda and was obvious. Of course, I believe it was made for its propaganda effect anyway. Back then it probably worked.
I rather enjoyed it , what little I watched about 20 minutes, was the life styles shown. Language, clothes, family structures, teen environment, etc.
As for the Cheech and Chong movies. I've seen them several times back in the day. Marin became a very good character actor in later years, whereas, Tommy, let the lifestyle get the better of him, from what I've read and heard Cheech indicate. Tommy's daughter, though, was a fine actress.
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