7 barely legal pot products

Victories at the polls have helped a budding industry move along toward legal status. Here's a look at what's for sale.

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Nov 23, 2012 8:36PM
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Like it or not thats what the people want, But if all you idiots thinks it's ok to drive stoned, than  you might as well be drunk. Anything that impairs your ability to react to a situation you shouldn't be driving. People are going to abuse pot just as they do alcohol, that give it the bad reputation. But it doesn't matter, Pretty soon we are going to be just like Amsterdam, all f......d up. 
Nov 23, 2012 8:29PM
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pot leads to obesity. munch munch munch munch.or is it my icecream diet?
Nov 23, 2012 8:15PM
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yes,, i knew this was going to happen eventually except i thought it would be california first, but at least two states pulled there heads outta their as*es and realized it aint bad,, watch you unbelievers will see, more alcohol crime will be done than any cannabis crimes..
Nov 23, 2012 7:53PM
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with the proof we have today of all the MANY MANY benefits , the simple fact that we are

 NOT LEGALIZING it just makes the U.S. look foolish !

IMO - Not how a world power should look !

Nov 23, 2012 7:45PM
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ITS LONG OVER DUE and never should have been taken off the market to begin with !
Nov 23, 2012 7:44PM
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I would rather be on the roads with 100 pot heads than one DRUNK DRIVER. Drunk drivers kill and marijuana smokers biggest offense might be driving to slow.
Nov 23, 2012 7:44PM
Nov 23, 2012 7:41PM
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I recall in the seventies in Head Mag. this chief editor said this legalize pot and do it like the cigarettes, beer put a tax on it and age limit, we would not be the problems we are in now with Social Security

and the roads, bridges and there would be jobs, but it took thirty somewhat years to accept this America never change.

Nov 23, 2012 7:34PM
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there is nothing wrong with marijuana, its the people who think everything is evil unless you can get it at Walmart that's the problem. 


Nov 23, 2012 7:17PM
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People already smoke it, by leagalising it we are just quit spending money to fight a battle on a drug that has never been asociated with any death, EVER.
Nov 23, 2012 7:02PM
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Everyone chill out.  Like it or not, Marijuana will be legal, by federal law within five years.  Individual states, especially those in severe financial crises, will come to marijuana as the answer sooner rather than later.  I live in Illinois, we have tax problems, pension problems, unemployment problems, you name it.  Illinois always said they wouldnt legalize gambling, but we have riverboats all over now.  Legalize it, tax it, sell licenses to sell and grow.  Everyone is happy.  The only thing missing from the pot puzzle is a way to test how recently someone has smoked.  It's not as easy as alcohol.  Legalize it, and profit. 
Nov 23, 2012 7:02PM
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How do you manufacture mass quantities of Muffins or Bars if it’s only legal to have 1 oz in possession?   What is the rest of the law that allows for big business to manufacture this product.

Nov 23, 2012 6:58PM
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i bet anyone cant tell a drunk driver but not too many can say the same for a one whos been smoking pot  ...33 yrs smoking and not a one accident nor ticket  over my smoking weed.  ...unlike my brother who got 2 dui's in 3 yrs .......drinking ........   weed is better/safer.... in all aspects to alcohol  
Nov 23, 2012 6:51PM
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Just what this country needs; more stoners, to go with the drunks. I know pot smokers hate to hear it but you were not born stoned, and humans were not meant to be in an altered state. There is nothing nobel about being ripped.
Nov 23, 2012 6:49PM
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feel sorry for young kids growing up and living in this world ....same sex marriage and now legalized marijuana. what is this world coming too
Nov 23, 2012 6:46PM
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the world is coming to a end and soon....lol....legalized ......

Nov 23, 2012 6:46PM
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I'm waiting for Tickle to say; If you love your country you've got to love Pot!!!!!!!!
Nov 23, 2012 6:38PM
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Legalize it and save billions of tax dollars on War on Drugs. Tax it and pay off national debt. Alcohol way more dangerous.
Nov 23, 2012 6:35PM
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Hey!!!.... Maybe we just found the product that could of saved Hostess!!! and I've got the perfect name for a product, we could call it DING BONGS!!!
Nov 23, 2012 6:33PM
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The legal growers are going to have to come down on their prices. The inflated prices paid for black market weed is due to the risk of being arrested. With no chance of being busted then there's no risk, except for a ripoff. The projected prices are a complete ripoff and all the users should boycott  and grow their own. That's my plan.
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