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We don’t want our children getting hooked on marjoram

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15 comments to We don’t want our children getting hooked on marjoram

  • Duncan20903

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    How does that poster feel about horse mint?

  • DdC

    Time to boycott Target and MalWart’s too, Oh I already am? This is probably why. Not only are stores selling narcotic marjoram, but topical opium is far more addictive and deadly. Yes, what is this world coming too?
    Opium Eau De Parfum by Yves Saint Laurent

    Or all of the Coca Cola addicts, made from cocaine leaves sold to kids.

    Why are women hero’s heroines? Do they shoot up drugs?

    Druggies Banquet selling Pot Pies, oh the humanity.

    Or Scotts selling Grass on Amazon. Then when it grows they hire underage kids to cut and rake it. I think that means package. This must stop.

  • Reefer madness? Reason madness.

    Calmly setting marjoram aside, reason madness is mass cultivated to form law madness.

    I have no idea if marjoram is actually disgusting in its true form, but sanity certainly dictates that such madness is putrid, especially when it constitutes the norm.

  • jean valjean

    Back in my hash smoking days, when finding myself without a pipe I would raid the herb shelf for a suitable, non-tobacco medium to roll up with. As a result I have acquired some knowledge on the tastes of smoking marjoram (tolerable), thyme (too spicy), oregano (not bad) and parsley (probably the best medium). I have also tried tea leaves but don’t recommend it. As a result of such practices, all those herbs qualify as drug-paraphernalia….what sort of message does that send to our kids when Walmart is openly profiting from enabling addicts to use drugs (other than the government approved ones of course , available at Walmart’s pharmacy)?

  • jean valjean

    OT
    Berserk cops.
    This is where we end up when police departments self-select for low-average intelligence; seems some of them are having trouble distinguishing between a game and real life:

    “It’s called contempt of cop or POP: pissing off police,” says Geoffrey Alpert, a University of South Carolina criminologist and leading expert on police violence and pursuits. “These guys have a sworn duty to catch the bad guys, and that becomes an overwhelming instinct when someone runs from them. They’re going to try to catch them.”

    http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/if-you-run-youre-done-why-cops-go-berserk-when-people-run-them

  • claygooding

    Stupidity is a lot like death,,neither situation bothers the afflicted.

  • Nutmeg, sold in most grocery stores, can send you on a two-day trip, which most people find too unpleasant to do again. Won’t somebody PLEaSe! think of the children!

    • Duncan20903

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      If you’re the type of person that likes vivid hallucinations a megadose of diphenhydramine (AKA Benadryl, Sominex) will do the trick. Tattoo a note on your hand or something similar reminding you to not call the cops on your hallucinations because they have a tendency to be obnoxious. To avoid any problems offer to shake the hand of anyone with whom you’re having a conversation, no matter how seemingly innocuous. Hallucinations don’t shake hands with real people. However they will shake hands with each other in an attempt to fool you. No drinking alcohol because the combination can kill you or worse.

  • thelbert

    this lady never learned that calling cannabis marjorama makes it perfectly legal. medical marjorama is even more legal.

  • I tried marjoram once in college. I inhaled–didn’t like it. I haven’t even eaten it since!

  • DdC

    The Green Legion: Veterans and Marijuana
    Twenty percent of veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan suffer from some degree of post-traumatic stress disorder. At present, no reliable pharmaceutical treatment exists for PTSD, but cannabis has been shown to provide relief. While some doctors in the US Department of Veterans Affairs turn a blind eye to their patients’ use of marijuana, others take a hard stand against it, and federal law makes it illegal to prescribe cannabis as a treatment. Meanwhile, an ambitious program in Canada helps veterans in that country get medical marijuana prescriptions and provides a communal setting for them to recover. Some soldiers credit it with saving their lives.

    3 Ways the Dark Web Makes Drugs Safer
    This week, a federal judge will sentence Ross Ulbricht, founder and operator of the Silk Road, to at least 30 years in prison after he was convicted earlier this year of a handful of federal felonies for running the dark web drug sales website.

    Learning Some New Tricks

    Hey Man! It’s Tommy Chong’s 77th Birthday

  • MeanwhileOnPlanetZog

    “We always think young people aren’t interested by anything but it’s false. Young people love smoking pot,” explains David Charbonneau, astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. “Chlorophyll concentration analyses generated by Kepler lead us to believe that the level of THC in these marijuana plants is 3000% higher than the plants found on Earth. If that doesn’t motivate young people to explore space, I don’t know what will,” admits the expert, clearly enthusiastic.

    http://tinyurl.com/pxgjaqu