Test prop 18 years old

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For pot smokers heaven is here now. Yet with rights come responsibilities and many smokers seem to miss this point. Its illegal to smoke in public, yet so many openly flaunt this law. Modern pot smells vile and is exponentially stronger [THC content] than pot from the eighties. I'm all for folks smoking in the privacy of their homes [the only place its legally allowed], yet nobody should be subjected to this substance against their free will. That's exactly what happens when it gets smoked in public, and no doubt with the smell comes some chemical substances that others prefer not to ingest. Many smokers lack the maturity to respect the laws and consider the free will of others. You sound different, but are you aware of the tendency of long term pot use to disconnect users from their emotions?

Test prop 18 years old

test prop 18 years old


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