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A professionally produced product is going to be more intense, if for no other reason than to win repeat customers. Consider the companies that sell snacks. They know their products are not good for their customers, but still try to make them addictive.
 

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I’m just curious if this is a local thing or is it happening across the whole country?
The rumor is that even large companies like RJ Reynolds have jumped on the Bandwagon.
What are they doing with all this stuff? Is the whole country smoking weed from Southern Oregon and Northern California? Or is this stuff just being grown everywhere now?
Well, I'm sorry, it looks like this thread has provided some of the answers to your questions.

Big tech has been suppressing stories about the numbers of people who have had adverse reactions to professionally produced cannabis, in the name of a falsely claimed greater good. The science does not validate the greater good that they're citing as the rationale for suppressing stories of adverse reactions.

It's not surprising that big tech would choose to suppress this information. Big tech has performed market research for the purpose of making internet "news" and forums as addictive as possible. Because of this intention, big tech executives do not allow their own children unsupervised access to the internet.
 

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You nailed it, while they're high, they won't care about all their rights being taken away.

So major corporations are producing cannabis?
It's being produced by corporations that are well-advised by top-tier national law firms and national tax and accounting advisory firms. These corporations producing cannabis have access to priority logistical support, the best tax technology, and legal advice from major firms. The frequent M&A deals among cannabis conglomerates are subjected to intensive due diligence regarding quality of earnings and tax compliance.

When the corporations professionally producing cannabis function in exactly the same manner of major corporations, have the same or better logistical support, and have access to the best tax and legal advice, then why does it matter if someone defines "major" corporations as Fortune 1000.
 

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We understand that you're not using evil as a justification for even greater evils.

Since you're evidently advocating prohibition of something that's always been part of civilization, and has become a constitutional issue, I'll have to cite text, history, and tradition. The last time prohibition was tried, it was used as a diversionary tactic, as an excuse to attack the Second Amendment.

Text, history, and tradition are not the only relevant contexts. Also of relevance are the subjects on which big tech has been suppressing stories about the numbers of people who have had adverse reactions, in the name of a falsely claimed greater good. The science does not validate the greater good that they're citing as the rationale for suppressing stories of adverse reactions.

It's not surprising that big tech would choose to practice selective suppression of adverse events, since it allows them to get anything they want via apples-and-oranges comparisons.

The smokescreen big tech maintains on the subject of causation diverts attention away from market-researched engineering of their "news" and forum platforms to be as addictive as possible. Yet big tech executives do not allow their own children unsupervised use of their "essential" platforms.
 

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My point isn't for one over the other. If one whines about one they should whine about both.
They're not equal. Weed is for getting high. Alcohol has always been part of civilization, and for millions of people it's not about getting stoned.

We understand that you're not saying the evils of alcohol justify additional evils.

It's about banning something that's always been part of civilization, because some mis-use it. Like banning self-defense, because criminals mis-use the tools of self-defense.
 

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We understand that you're not using evil as a justification for even greater evils. So why did this country wait until the last 3-4 years to make it legal for Aunt Jemima to smoke Mary Jane ?

They're telling us that millions of people who make healthy use of alcohol are required to support drugs.

This deception of equivalence only works now because the schools stopped teaching logical reasoning.

They're also taking personal responsibility out of the equation. By denying that millions of people make healthy use of alcohol, they seek equivalence for all potentially hazardous substances.

By making this about the potential dangers, instead of actual uses, the supporters of drugs are using the same rhetorical tactics of the gun controllers.
 

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I used to like the pancakes,
however, since Aunt Jemima was canceled, the product is now so generic, I don't really see it on the shelf anymore.
Lately the free tv has been airing a lot of Dirty Harry.

Enjoy while you can :


Something this good has to get cancelled sooner or later
 
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