Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Smokes and dope will persist in society until being bored or depressed is illegal

Phillips Morris in a confidential 1970 memo:  "We are in the business of relaxing people who are tense and providing a pick up for people who are bored or depressed,” the tobacco memo added. “The human needs that our product fills will not go away. Thus, the only real threat to our business is that society will find other means of satisfying these needs."

The Daily Caller story sounds right. 
Wouldn't you like something that takes away fidgets,  aches
and anxiety and make you feel good too?
Wouldn't you like to be taxing such a miracle product?

“It would be a very, very very small step for (the tobacco industry) to dive into the marijuana with both feet if they wanted to.”   and      “On marijuana, who knows better how to grow a plant that you dry up, wrap up in paper and smoke,” ... “They’re the masters of that worldwide and have wide brand recognition.”

If you think the government doesn't expect to end up banking tax money for Mary Jane, I have unicorns on special for you today.

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