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  • Chris

    heh. I got into an argument with some kid while playing a computer game last night where I made fun of his name which had 420 in it, noting the lack of imagination it takes to come up with a name like “yourname420″. While he was getting all upset he assumed that I am somehow a foe of marijuana, and went on to tell me that it’s been PROVEN that smoking pot has no physical harm. Well I had a good roflcopter about that.

    The reason I mention this is because I think the attitudes against weed are completely hypocritical when the rest of the nation has no problem drinking alcohol and for many, taking narcotics. So this cartoon is basically stupid in my opinion.

  • WHQ

    The cartoon’s bong physics are wrong. The smoke is coming directly from the location of the bowl and never going through the water. And there are bubbles floating above the water. Bongs don’t make bubbles that float in air, just underwater, smoke-filled bubbles that rise to the water’s surface and release the cooled and somewhat filtered smoke. Fail.

  • http://politicalgraffiti.wordpress.com/ donar

    Thanks Man,

    I’m pretty lame when it comes to pot technology.

    I’ll have to do further research.

  • Chris

    yeah honestly i have no idea how a bong works. lol.

  • http://polilaw.blogspot.com Jeff S.

    To get away from the effect-of-pot discussion and bong discussion for a moment, if the ballot provision becomes law in California, it might not have any practical effect: marijuana is still against federal law. If federal law and a state law are in conflict, the federal law wins.

  • Mike A.

    yea plus the guys gonna light his beard up with this inverse bowl config. See what happens when you outlaw head shops…..loss of basic bong engineering knowledge

  • the Word

    We are soon to see a couple of things though. Who really hates freedom and Who really believes in the federal government over local control.

  • Chris

    yeah no kidding.

  • Chris
  • http://www.michaeledits.com Michael LaRocca

    It looks like I live in the wrong state. :-)