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FastKnockout » Posted 9/24/10 8:39:00PM

UFC VP Marc Ratner spoke to the Nevada State Athletic Commission about changing their strict marijuana rules, and the commission seemed to take the idea positively.

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jae_1833 » Posted 7/19/07 11:27:00AM

I definately would let the fight results stand, would probably understand anything they came together and agreed upon...so long as there was one consistant message.

airkerma » Posted 1/6/10 12:05:00PM


Posted by FastKnockout
and the commission seemed to take the idea positively.


So you might say that this proposal...tested positively.....YEAAAHHHH

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BillsNewAccount » Posted 2/24/11 9:26:00PM

This is bullshit. Marijuana kills people everyday. Just one marijuana cigarette and your brain becomes a scrambled egg. There is a reason it's illegal. It's more dangerous than terrorist and crack cocaine combined and this isn't just me talking here. Remember that commercial where a young man accidentally shoots himself in the face after weeding? That could happen to any of us. Do you want your children's playground littered with pot needles? I don't.

It's time we say NO to Obummer and yes to arming our teachers with guns.

Who is with me?!?!?

george112 » Posted 1/24/07 7:00:00PM


Posted by BillsNewAccount

This is bullshit. Marijuana kills people everyday. Just one marijuana cigarette and your brain becomes a scrambled egg. There is a reason it's illegal. It's more dangerous than terrorist and crack cocaine combined and this isn't just me talking here. Remember that commercial where a young man accidentally shoots himself in the face after weeding? That could happen to any of us. Do you want your children's playground littered with pot needles? I don't.

It's time we say NO to Obummer and yes to arming our teachers with guns.

Who is with me?!?!?



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