Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Fry, May 30, 2014.
Cant get hurt on that weedz dawg
This dude is beyond stupid!
Please ! I am so tired of hearing about these poor million dollar atheletes who just got busted for smoking a little weed. It's a rule. They know about it when they take the job. How many of you real life guys on this post would loose your job if you failed a drug test. I know I would.
That's why they use to call it Dope !
Well we did all know this 2 years ago
Users? It weed its not hard drugs its a natural plant. Far better for you than alcohol which I would be willing to bet you probably drink occasionally. You realize there is cannabinoids in marijuana that have anti-inflammatory properties and pain reducing properties. Yeah some people will lie to get a medicinal card just like some people will lie about pain to get PK's. That shouldn't ruin it for the rest of the people that actually need it. Football players get beat the hell up if weed helps then so be it, better than popping Percocet. The NFL and world for that matter needs to lighten up on MJ.
I'm not sticking up for him cause he knows better but there is merit to guys saying they use it to relieve pain. I'd rather my players smoke than drink but there is a stigma to weed that is not there with alcohol cause one is legal and the other is not which makes zero sense in my eyes.
By that logic Morphine and Cocaine aren't hard drugs either.
You are reaching.
If you want to consider stuff like marijuana and tobacco hard drugs be my guest. It's borderline retarded but like DeeT said, you are reaching for the sake of argument.
I just consider the argument that something is "A Natural Plant" to be dumb. It doesn't convey whether or not it's dangerous since plenty of plants are poisonous (and plenty are part of a healthy diet).
If weed isn't dangerous (it really isn't) just say so.
Gordon was not available in that draft so it wasn't really an issue of him vs Wright. We did have some posters who wanted us to take Jeffreys though.
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