Jeffrey Morlan 
Member since Mar 8, 2012

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Re: “Yes, We Cannabis: A grassroots movement aims to legalize pot in Missouri

This is for I_dream_every_stoner_in_jail
Apparently you are too stupid to know how to read. I already said I am an inventor and business owner, and by the way,
I have worked a steady job since my 14th birthday. I already put in over 30 years worth of work, and now I work for myself. You really should lighten up and smoke a joint! Did you ever learn how to spell you coward? Obviously not! Where is your real name and your picture? COWARD!!!

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Posted by Jeffrey Morlan on 03/16/2012 at 9:14 AM

Re: “Yes, We Cannabis: A grassroots movement aims to legalize pot in Missouri

Hey NoPotin, I just love it when people like you come out and say bad things about marijuana then hide behind the ability to not show your face or real name. What a coward you are. I can understand it when someone that is pro marijuana does it because they could lose their jobs but when you do it and others do it, that just makes you all a bunch of backstabbing cowards! The worst gateway drug to harder drugs is alcohol and it is legal and kills millions of people per year. And lots of them are innocent people that are killed from drunk drivers. Marijuana does nothing to harm anybody!

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Posted by Jeffrey Morlan on 03/15/2012 at 11:30 AM

Re: “Yes, We Cannabis: A grassroots movement aims to legalize pot in Missouri

Adding to my FYI: Our government could save BILLIONS of dollars more each year just by letting all the people out of jail who are incarcerated for marijuana offenses. It costs over $80,000 per year to house 1 inmate. In the USA 1 person is arrested on marijuana related offenses every 30 seconds around the clock. Day after day after day. That is reality.

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Posted by Jeffrey Morlan on 03/13/2012 at 10:56 AM

Re: “Yes, We Cannabis: A grassroots movement aims to legalize pot in Missouri

FYI, just a thought. The average pot smoker will smoke an ounce of weed per month. Some more, some less. The prices vary depending on how good the marijuana is too. Anywhere from $100 per oz. to $300 per oz or higher. So lets say the average is $200 per month per user. There are 300 million people in the USA and at least 20% of Americans smoke pot. 60 million people times $200 per month equals 1.2 BILLION dollars per month in sales. Or 14.4 BILLION dollars per year. If the government grew the marijuana, sold it and taxed it, they could easily make a profit of 15-20 BILLION dollars per year. That is a ton of money. Not to mention all the money the government could make from growing and selling hemp for the production of many quality MADE IN AMERICA products. Now let's add in the billions of dollars the USA spends fighting marijuana and the swing comes out to be well over 50 BILLION dollars that could be put towards this countries debts. These figures are even conservative and could be as much as 100 BILLION per year. What really pisses me off about the naysayers is when they have not ever tried smoking marijuana yet they are totally against marijuana when they do not know the real facts and how marijuana does help people take less prescription drugs to control their pains, so they hopefully do not destroy their livers from taking so many prescription drugs. People like that are as bad as MEN making the decision for WOMEN over the abortion issue. I say if you can't have an abortion, you should not be deciding if someone who CAN have one should be able to or not. Don't get me started on that one.

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Posted by Jeffrey Morlan on 03/13/2012 at 4:26 AM

Re: “Yes, We Cannabis: A grassroots movement aims to legalize pot in Missouri

Message to the following piece of shit called Pot_smokers_on_the_highway_to_HELL:
You have enough balls to call out potsmokers by name, but you dont have enough BIG BALLS to show your real name and face on your profile? Well, I do! I am sick as hell of people like you who probably have never smoked marijuana trying to tell everybody else how bad it is and that we are all a bunch of losers. I happen to be an inventor and business owner and a musician. What do you do? Besides telling everybody how bad they are for smoking weed. You poor bastard. Let me guess, your a Republican?

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Posted by Jeffrey Morlan on 03/13/2012 at 3:56 AM

Re: “Yes, We Cannabis: A grassroots movement aims to legalize pot in Missouri

This is for weed_smoker_IQ_is_zero, I happen to have an IQ of 130 and I have smoked pot for over 35 years, and guess what? I drove stoned for the past 32 years. OMG The sky is falling. Guess how many wrecks I have been involved in because I was high? ZERO, guess how many children I ran over in the streets, ZERO. And I DO stop at stop signs and stoplights. I can guarantee you that there are more people driving drunk and high on prescription drugs than there are stoners driving around stoned on our streets anyway. Besides, I learned at a young age in life that marijuana has many medicinal uses and helps control pain. I wish you would get a life.

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Posted by Jeffrey Morlan on 03/13/2012 at 3:40 AM

Re: “Yes, We Cannabis: A grassroots movement aims to legalize pot in Missouri



It would be much easier to get the signatures needed using an app through Facebook. Let the voters just point and click that agree with the petition and the 150,000 signatures could be met in plenty of time. Why has this not been done already?

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Posted by Jeffrey Morlan on 03/08/2012 at 9:33 AM

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