Many people look down on those who smoke pot. Why? Is it only because it's illegal? What about those with valid prescriptions for it? Are they still low lives even though they have permission to smoke it? Where is the line drawn? I personally do not have anything against people who use it responsibly; meaning, they smoke a joint at night before bed or after work, same as coming home after a hard day and having a beer. Of course, I do not condone it being used around children, but I also don't like alcohol around them either. There is something called a Stupid Stoner. Those are the ones who should NOT smoke it at all, ever. More info and link in reply below.Answer Question
The stupid stoners wake and bake on exam days. They think being high is an end in itself and strive to be stoned as often as possible. When a stupid stoner shows up at your house, they usually feel it's their duty to compulsively decimate whatever stash you have immediately and save nothing for later. I'm sure we all know a few of these people. The stupid stoners are the people Cheech and Chong made fun of when they created the most widely accepted stereotype of a pothead.
The smart stoners, on the other hand, are the ones who use cannabis as a creative tool to enhance their lives. They know cannabis can be an asset if used intelligently. Bob Marley, Willie Nelson, Louis Armstrong, Ken Kesey, and Stephen Gaskin are among the many cultural icons that fall into the smart stoner category.
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