SOC-1B-79529 TTh 1 - 2:15 PM - Shared screen with speaker view
Yes I cAN HEAR
not about last week but you said the next class was a work day?
yeah that's what I meant lol
do you think we can do our groups our own way?
do we write our nane for attendence
What is our finals again?
Ok I though it was something else lol
two cups in the morning
I would say so
I think it’s not a drug
caffeine is a drug
yeah, class 5s usually
they say sugar is similar to drugs it affects the brain
codeine too, right?
limit and ID needed
is that spelled right?
no, there's still socializing aspect to tobacco and alcohol
theyre big industries
Well, there are countries that have experimented with legalizing all drugs, could we look at their stats?
perhaps these prescription drugs were the gateway drug for them because they were more readily accesible
whereas marijuana is illegal so its harder to obtain compared to these drugs on hand
there;s stigmatization either way - if you say you have a marijuana addiction, people will scoff at you, if you have a clear dependence, people will just think of you as weak and stupid
I do think it is addictive
way less physical withdrawal symptoms
a lot of people describe it as "habit-forming", but I do agree that it's easy to form a dependence
if sugar is considered addictive obviously marijuana is
might be a dumb question but is there a difference between medical marijuana?
people become dependent on it to initiate their appetite
highly addictive and dangerous withdrawals
something to add for prescription users - from the ones I've known in my life, they'll take anything they can get their hands on; it's not usually a one-drug habit
This is a tangent, but have you heard of kratom?
no, it's an herb that a lot of opiate users try
isn’t it legal. I’ve heard someone on a podcast who is sponsored by them
supposedly, it acts on the same transmitters that opiates do, so it is used to wean from opiate addiction or as a painkiller
it's a gray area I think
mescaline is legal in Nevada, right?
maybe I'm thinking of something else then
I know a few like that
:( or you work every night
I'm learning I've wasted my youth
That’s a hard one
yeah, I agree with Sadie. In a perfect world yes, but people would hardly go along with it
Yes for legal to change but people will still drink at a younger age
I think if we lowered the drinking age, there would have to be a balance in terms of increasing education on the effects, or at least more campaigns to discourage it
like the truth campaign with tobacco, but for alcohol
in my country its banned due to religion beliefs
I think communities should be allowed to try out different lifestyles, otherwise we would never be able to compare our "normal" to others
yea I think colorado?
because its banned there isn't much of it and you wont find bars and clubs as much as other countries
the social aspect
relieves stress, social pressure
more free nights as a college student
people don't know how to have fun without drugs
thtas every 15 inutes
honestly, what affected me more at that age were these videos from my psych class that was a documentary on teens that varied between alcohol use and they compared their brain scans
what is the word of the day?