“One significant argument in favor of adult use marijuana that not many people talk about is a simple one, and that is some people just like to get high,” Hudak says. “I think in this policy debate, oftentimes seeing marijuana as a recreational product, it is frowned upon to discuss it, but it’s a reality. People enjoy it like people enjoy wine or people enjoy a good steak.”.
RIGGS: Yeah, it’s really it was really unintentional. But we both became more fantastic and less gritty and more colorful in these last stories, more fable esque and fairy tale ish. But it’s hard not to yearn for their pleasure, their fantasy, their order.
Get emotional because my son is an amazing young man, and it took me to be a mother for me to realize how incredible of a woman she (my mother) is. You don know what unconditional love is. You may say you do, but if you don have a child, you don know what that is.
But Frieden says it hasn’t been enough. “Some companies have made significant progress, but across the whole industry we need to see steady reduction,” he says. “The bottom line is we want to put choice into consumers’ hands about putting it in, since you can’t take it out once it’s in there.”.
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“It’s a researcher’s dream to have this size of a cohort of veterans to study. Veterans are reporting the relief they are getting and we should study it,” Walz said. “VA’s research arm has a stellar reputation and their partnerships with [the National Institutes of Health] and others makes this a great idea..
Reality is flexible and not set by any rules as most people on think. But maybe that contradicts the whole meaning of “reality”. I know that feeling when you realize that everything is just a “computer program”. Somewhere, between one candidate’s warnings about returning to the past, and the other candidate’s fears of persisting on the current path to the future, is a here and now filled like a binder full of people, who have not figured into the campaign conversation at all. For these people, Romney offers a bunch of vague plans and a sack full of wild lies, while Obama counters with a bunch of vague plans and a passel of Internet ready meme zingers. (Of course, in fairness, there is actual political science that suggests that vagueness and deception have a decent amount of utility.