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[challenge entry] Tell Your Children! (adults only)

From the Illustrated Bizarre Facts challenge. See all 61 entries (closed)

(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 10:46, archived)
# And as a special bonus, the woman in the lower left corner as a cheerleader.
A cheerleader for drug-crazed abandon, evidently.
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 10:47, archived)
# I think I've spent a night with her
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 10:51, archived)
# My congratulations and condolences
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 11:13, archived)
# does she still post on the main board?
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 21:02, archived)
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 21:31, archived)
# I think governments have this fear that if the legalised cannabis, everyone would become a stoner
and wouldn't turn up to their jobs
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 11:32, archived)
# That reminds me of th.... oh SHIT, I'm late for work FUCK FUCK FUCK!!!!
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 11:39, archived)
# I think governments have this fear that if they legalised cannabis, they'd lose votes
and would have to deal with a lot of "Jim Doughface wants your child to be a heroin addict! Vote for Bob Custardhead, unless you're a junkie!" attack ads.
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 11:51, archived)
# I think the governments have this fear of losing pocket-lining from the pharmaceutical companies
So many health issues and side effects could be treated with cannibas
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 11:57, archived)
# I bet they'd make more money from taxing cannabis
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 11:59, archived)
# never stopped me getting into work
they're worried about losing votes. The Daily Mail would front page any bad story about weed, it's so ingrained into its psyche and its readers prejudices
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 12:22, archived)
# Ironically, no one needs a nice mellow spliff more than the Daily Mail readership.
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 12:59, archived)
# How can that stat be accurate?
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 16:11, archived)
# Well, lots of people have had GI effects from NSAIDs (I only included deaths, not hospitalizations)
but there are no documented cases of cannabis overdose.
Also, some cannabinoids have been shown to treat asthma and (possibly) cancer, (as well as preventing Alzheimer's), so the number may well have to be negative rather than zero.
(, Sat 22 Dec 2012, 16:23, archived)
# Given that cannabis is most often smoked rolled with tobacco I seriously doubt that it has an overall positive effect on asthma
(, Mon 24 Dec 2012, 15:37, archived)