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Standard memberIce Cold
Spirituality 24 Jul '09 01:45
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    24 Jul '09 01:45
    Is just alright with me.
    You?
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    24 Jul '09 02:00
    Originally posted by Ice Cold
    Is just alright with me.
    You?
    Get a haircut, hippy.
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    24 Jul '09 02:09
    Originally posted by Conrau K
    Get a haircut, hippy.
    Just for you, I did.
    Happy now??

    http://www.formstar.net/rhpfaces/hj/icecold.html
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    24 Jul '09 10:41
    i heard there was a bong going in this thread?

    come on pass it round, pass it round.
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    24 Jul '09 11:321 edit
    Originally posted by Ice Cold
    Is just alright with me.
    You?


    Not with me! You know i used to think of Jesus as a cool guy, but these days i think he's doing a bit too much to get attention

    YouTube
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    24 Jul '09 12:30
    Originally posted by trev33
    i heard there was a bong going in this thread?

    come on pass it round, pass it round.
    Don't bogart that bong, Jesus!

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    (i love that song)
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    24 Jul '09 12:43
    Originally posted by shorbock
    Don't bogart that bong, Jesus!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wt4UqRvUFE

    (i love that song)
    Are you aware of the effects of smoking pot has on the neurons of the brain?

    It's not pretty!

    It causes the misalignment of the neurons. The result can permanently damage the brain and interfere with the accurate perception of reality.
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    24 Jul '09 14:12
    Originally posted by josephw
    Are you aware of the effects of smoking pot has on the neurons of the brain?

    It's not pretty!

    It causes the misalignment of the neurons. The result can permanently damage the brain and interfere with the accurate perception of reality.
    From this I would judge that you used to smoke pot heavily.
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    24 Jul '09 20:04
    Originally posted by rwingett
    From this I would judge that you used to smoke pot heavily.
    "Do not judge others unless you want to be judged"
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    25 Jul '09 00:43
    Originally posted by rwingett
    From this I would judge that you used to smoke pot heavily.
    LOL. I did. Thanks for the laugh rwingett.
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    25 Jul '09 12:35
    Originally posted by josephw
    Are you aware of the effects of smoking pot has on the neurons of the brain?

    It's not pretty!

    It causes the misalignment of the neurons. The result can permanently damage the brain and interfere with the accurate perception of reality.
    As a matter of fact i don't smoke pot (and never did)
    I believe the main danger of smoking pot is lung cancer, like cigarette.
    I might be wrong but i've read that it's effect on neurons are short term.
    And it's far less addictive than hard drugs like heroin, tobacco or alcohol

    Interesting topic indeed, but belongs to another forum!
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    26 Jul '09 05:511 edit
    Originally posted by shorbock
    As a matter of fact i don't smoke pot (and never did)
    I believe the main danger of smoking pot is lung cancer, like cigarette.
    I might be wrong but i've read that it's effect on neurons are short term.
    And it's far less addictive than hard drugs like heroin, tobacco or alcohol

    Interesting topic indeed, but belongs to another forum!
    No. This is the right forum. All things are about Jesus!

    And pot is far less addictive than drugs like tv and oxygen.
    I reckon the most powerful drug is people.
    But they are totally necessary for understanding ourselves when we are infants.
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