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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:46 pm 
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Anyone else think there will be a lot of stoned drivers?


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 8:19 pm 
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No more than we have now. I will bet a lot more young ppl will be pulled over though.

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Hodor wrote:
Anyone else think there will be a lot of stoned drivers?


yup...


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:24 pm 
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With the affects of marijuana lasting 2-5 hours, I can see that being a reality. And with edibles lasting up to 6-8 hours we are in for a rocky road for the first few years of legalization.

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Really. Cause I don’t.

The people who would drive high are already doing it. People who will be new users will be curled up in the fetal position on the kitchen floor wondering why their mouth is so dry. They won’t be looking for to be the car keys.

Alcohol and cannabis affect the brain differently. “Everyone driving high” is such a BS scare tactic that is transparent in its attempt to maintain cash going to police enforcement.


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I sure hope not, otherwise we are going to have a bunch of paranoid drivers going 20 under the whole time. It will be like driving in Markham.


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I now see the clarity behind Council's urgent Milton Public Transit agenda.
Those bus' can be used as huge hotbox's safely connecting potheads across Halton.

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Hodor wrote:
Anyone else think there will be a lot of stoned drivers?

I heard this happened in Milton last night. Fact®.

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https://jalopnik.com/drugged-driver-manages-to-crash-car-into-second-story-o-1822085993


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I mean, it literally says Santa Ana on it, and it's not at night.


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Check out the Canadian Tire rims and tint, dead giveaway Milton locals.

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Did you guys follow the link? They have video surveillance of the crash.
It’s spectacular.

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Couple of weekends ago I went for a walk with our dog at Hilton Falls. Two lads in front of me were acting strange and turning their heads at me often. Then I approached them it appears what they were openly smoking dope on the park trail and continued of doing it until they reached parking lot and one of them took a wheel and drove away.
On previous week I have seen male and female accompanied by minor. Adults where using vaporizer to inhale the dope. It was in front of South Chalet at Glen Eden. I assume they get were by driving.
I have never encounter dope users this openly in local public parks before.

But who gives a crap now, it is all about of getting general population stoned and keep on voting for "liberals" by doopies. It looks like newer generation likes dope more than drink. This is why we are getting hosed by "liberals" with tax on booze set to increase automatically each year now. And dope is about getting green light and low taxes.
New "liberals" initiative is about no criminal charges for any drug possessed personally.

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kf095 wrote:
Couple of weekends ago I went for a walk with our dog at Hilton Falls. Two lads in front of me were acting strange and turning their heads at me often. Then I approached them it appears what they were openly smoking dope on the park trail and continued of doing it until they reached parking lot and one of them took a wheel and drove away.
On previous week I have seen male and female accompanied by minor. Adults where using vaporizer to inhale the dope. It was in front of South Chalet at Glen Eden. I assume they get were by driving.
I have never encounter dope users this openly in local public parks before.

But who gives a crap now, it is all about of getting general population stoned and keep on voting for "liberals" by doopies. It looks like newer generation likes dope more than drink. This is why we are getting hosed by "liberals" with tax on booze set to increase automatically each year now. And dope is about getting green light and low taxes.
New "liberals" initiative is about no criminal charges for any drug possessed personally.

Cheers!

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Burrcold wrote:
kf095 wrote:
Couple of weekends ago I went for a walk with our dog at Hilton Falls. Two lads in front of me were acting strange and turning their heads at me often. Then I approached them it appears what they were openly smoking dope on the park trail and continued of doing it until they reached parking lot and one of them took a wheel and drove away.
On previous week I have seen male and female accompanied by minor. Adults where using vaporizer to inhale the dope. It was in front of South Chalet at Glen Eden. I assume they get were by driving.
I have never encounter dope users this openly in local public parks before.

But who gives a crap now, it is all about of getting general population stoned and keep on voting for "liberals" by doopies. It looks like newer generation likes dope more than drink. This is why we are getting hosed by "liberals" with tax on booze set to increase automatically each year now. And dope is about getting green light and low taxes.
New "liberals" initiative is about no criminal charges for any drug possessed personally.

Cheers!

Oh good god...



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Under rules announced in the fall, the province plans a ban on recreational pot consumption in public spaces and workplaces, allowing it only in private residences. Medical marijuana use will be permitted anywhere that cigarette smoking is allowed, the legislation says.

Landlords will be able to spell out a ban on smoking marijuana in rental units for new leases post-legalization — the same as they do for tobacco use — but the province’s tenancy laws make it illegal to change a lease before it ends.

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It can cost $5,000-6,000 to get the smell of marijuana smoke out of apartment walls and floors, said Dan Henderson, president of the DelSuites property management firm in Toronto.

https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/201 ... ation.html

Dirty smelly potheads!

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