“Campus Pot Busts Spike in October” reads another headline on the cover of today’s Argus-Courier. Unlike the locally-grown, weak-tea (pun-intended) weed that prevailed when I went to college in the late 1960’s, today’s maryjane should be called MajorJones. Thanks to improvements in horticulture and the diligence of the Mexican cartels, kids today can readily score killer dope. Despite serious and incontrovertible evidence the pot-smoking does in fact damage the cognitive functions of young adults, progressive folks continue to cast a blind eye to the issue. Or, maybe, they’re just stoned.
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