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WEDNESDAY, JAN 2, 2013  |  13 comments
Members-only clubs for legal pot use open in Colorado

With reggae music pumping in the background and flashing disco-style lights, members of the recreational pot club lit up in celebration of the new year -- and a new place to smoke legally among friends.

Club 64, in an industrial area just north of downtown Denver, opened at 4:20 p.m. on Monday, with some 200 people signed up. The opening came less than 24 hours after organizers announced they would charge a $29.99 admission price for the bring-your-own pot club.

"Look at this!" Chloe Villano exclaimed as the club she created over the weekend opened. "We were so scared because we didn't want it to be crazy. But this is crazy! People want this." ...


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grateful servant  Find all comments by grateful servant
Thanks, JPW. Fortunately, or unfortunately, they had already exhausted all known medication interventions and we had exhausted invasive interventions. They gave me one more experimental option that would have become a living nightmare - electric implants in my neck with wire leads going to a box outside my body. Can you imagine the horror if I or someone else accidentally pulled the wires and ends out of my neck? They warned it could cause permanent damage. Or......i eat a plant the Good Lord made and in a few months....off all meds and pain free....
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News Item1/5/13 11:53 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
grateful servant -- it is great that you found a natural food to bring healing to your body. think of all the pharma meds they might have put you on otherwise that have side effects like destruction of the liver, psychosis, mania etc.
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News Item1/5/13 9:54 AM
grateful servant  Find all comments by grateful servant
Hi US - I wanted to make sure you knew one of the most important facts about cannabis. There are dozens of active cannabinoids that make up the plants chemical profile. Of these cannabinoids - only the THC produces a "high" and the others like CBD dont. But the THC is heat activated - if eaten raw the THC remains in an INACTIVE form of THCa (meaning acid). If eaten raw - the plant would be medicinal without mental effects. This is what cures and heals - eating. We have receptors for these cannabinoids in nearly every body system and it did it fact put into remission what had been years out of control. When others, when they had been smoking or vaporizing, switch to eating raw - medical miracles happen. It seems contrary to conventional wisdom - but then again - they are wrong!

Now on the topic of smoking and driving - yes, there is a degree of impairment. But you cant directly compare it to anything else. For example - for a period of two years they prescribed me 400mg of morphine a day along with many other meds and nobody batted an eye. I am much more concered about thoes that have multiple meds in their system causing a brew of toxic soup. I would look out for them - and in america - that is almost every car on the road.

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News Item1/4/13 11:55 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
grateful servant wrote:
The key to the medicinal powers comes from eating the plant raw, not by smoking it. This angers me as i recieved healing by eating the plant raw. Meanwhile the finger gets pointed at the "pot heads" and christians accept the governments argument againt the plant. It is an herb in the truest definition of the word and should not be written off. I know enough people that tried the conventional route and endec up with fistfulls of medications that exasperated their conditions. Like me, medical interventions nearly killed them. Tylenol, for example, is toxic in sustained high doses. My labs reflected a struggling liver and i was told i had a one way ticket to the grave.
Please dont just look at smokers and think thats what its all about - eaten raw like the food that it is can heal cancers and many other "un-treatable" conditions like i had. Look into it.
I would have to assume that you did not consume and drive. These people had to drive to use their pot and it was recreational not medical. I hope you are in remission from whatever disease you are facing.
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News Item1/4/13 10:31 PM
grateful servant  Find all comments by grateful servant
The key to the medicinal powers comes from eating the plant raw, not by smoking it. This angers me as i recieved healing by eating the plant raw. Meanwhile the finger gets pointed at the "pot heads" and christians accept the governments argument againt the plant. It is an herb in the truest definition of the word and should not be written off. I know enough people that tried the conventional route and endec up with fistfulls of medications that exasperated their conditions. Like me, medical interventions nearly killed them. Tylenol, for example, is toxic in sustained high doses. My labs reflected a struggling liver and i was told i had a one way ticket to the grave.

Please dont just look at smokers and think thats what its all about - eaten raw like the food that it is can heal cancers and many other "un-treatable" conditions like i had. Look into it.

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News Item1/3/13 6:09 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Mark M. wrote:
Good for these guys and good for Colorado. I wish I could have welcomed the new year with them. As a country we waste too much time and effort fighting a war against a 'drug' that is relatively harmless. Regulate it (21 and up, no smoking and driving etc.), tax the heck out of it, free up the police force and the jail space. It's wins all around. Those who don't want to smoke it can leave it alone and those who do want to smoke it will do so in spite of any legality, so why not make some much needed revenue. Legalized pot will get this nation out of debt.
LONDON (AP) ‚Äď People who use marijuana before driving are nearly twice as likely to cause a car crash as those not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, according to a Canadian analysis of previous studies (http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/health/story/health/story/2012-02-09/Marijuana-users-twice-as-likely-to-cause-car-crash/53031202/1) tell the people killed, maimed or hurt that it is just a harmless drug. We don't need more impaired drivers on the road. That is leaving out the fact that marijuana is the starter drug that leads many users trying and becoming addicted to even more lethal drugs like cocaine and heroine. We need stricter, tougher laws against drinking and dr
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News Item1/3/13 7:12 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
The more of anything addictive that is made legal will due very well in creating more addicts. When something is illegal, you have to work hard to find it if you are not already with people who have sources. So, making any addictive
substance as readily available as buying a loaf of bread will do nothing but create more dependence and dumb down the youger generation even more.
No, MJ doesn't qualify as a heroin like addicting substance, but like molly (MDMA), it becomes a psychological addiction.
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News Item1/3/13 2:57 AM
PS | USA  Find all comments by PS
I just can't believe anyone is dumb enough to think that legalizing another drug is going help do anything for our country except send us farther down the sewer pipe. For example drinking is legal cigarettes also are legal and taxing those two bad habits has done nothing for the country. I don't think having idiot pot heads running around is going to solve anything esp. for the cops.
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News Item1/2/13 4:23 PM
Mark M. | in the UAE  Contact via emailFind all comments by Mark M.
Good for these guys and good for Colorado. I wish I could have welcomed the new year with them. As a country we waste too much time and effort fighting a war against a 'drug' that is relatively harmless. Regulate it (21 and up, no smoking and driving etc.), tax the heck out of it, free up the police force and the jail space. It's wins all around. Those who don't want to smoke it can leave it alone and those who do want to smoke it will do so in spite of any legality, so why not make some much needed revenue. Legalized pot will get this nation out of debt.
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News Item1/2/13 9:09 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Christopher000 wrote:
Yeah, you're right, Rufus. Aside from pharms, I never really took the abuse of natural substances into account. Sugar, fat, preservatives, tobacco, not to mention, electronics, TV, gaming, gambling, alcohol...whatever...I always think it interesting how so few people are actually addicted to things that are good for them. Reading the Bible, working out, cardio, learning, etc.
Well said. Here's what we ought to be addicted to.

"I beseech you, brethren, (ye know the house of Stephanas, that it is the firstfruits of Achaia, and that they have addicted themselves to the ministry of the saints,) " - 1 Cor 16:15

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News Item1/2/13 8:50 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Yeah, you're right, Rufus. Aside from pharms, I never really took the abuse of natural substances into account. Sugar, fat, preservatives, tobacco, not to mention, electronics, TV, gaming, gambling, alcohol...whatever...I always think it interesting how so few people are actually addicted to things that are good for them. Reading the Bible, working out, cardio, learning, etc.
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News Item1/2/13 8:34 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Christopher000 wrote:
I've done and sold a lot of drugs in my old life, not to mention being addicted to many chems over the years. Pot however, I was never a fan and I never really understood the fascination or psychological addiction. I did sell high end but I was never tempted by it in any way, unlike many who can't go a day without it.
Now consider how many can't go a day without caffeine, cane sugar or doctor prescribed pharmaceuticals and we will find there are more folks addicted to drugs then previously considered.
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News Item1/2/13 7:42 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I've done and sold a lot of drugs in my old life, not to mention being addicted to many chems over the years. Pot however, I was never a fan and I never really understood the fascination or psychological addiction. I did sell high end but I was never tempted by it in any way, unlike many who can't go a day without it.
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