You know, I can't grow hemp legally. I heard it's great for making paper, plastics, bio-fuel, and for making clothes. Somehow, it is also sold as a health product at Whole Foods in the form of hemp oil, and hemp milk. Somewhere it's being produced, and it ain't in America because hemp, the low THC but high in fiber form of weed, is banned. Thanks a lot for the ban, government, now I have to wait 30 years for my trees to harvest for paper.
Originally Posted by Lolsgod
Besides, I care about how dangerous weed is for my lungs, but I don't force others to stop smoking. I persuade because the people at my college bragging about drinking so much beer, for example, seem to disrespect their bodies anyway. Eating ice cream, being fat, being unhappy, it's something. Forcing them to not do these things failed, and they don't like anti-drug policies. ShinyUmbreon also brought up the idea that fatty foods are bad, but that brought up the problem of government knowing best for how one is to life his life. Seriously, I feel great on a high fat, low carb diet with its real food. Self-ownership is being played out here, and I don't approve of government telling how one is supposed to use his or her body.
As I adventured into math and ideas, that old desire for fan fiction came back.
This review took at least an hour to write, by the way.