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Weed Ethics Question?
What does each school do to let the kids know that weed is illegal? I know that most think it's a **** offense (story for another day). However, I would love to see just what the schools in the SEC tell their kids about smoking The Devil's Lettuce. Who do you think actually places emphasis on this? Is it a losing battle? I don't want to get into a discussion about so-and-so school covers it up. I'm just wondering what is said to the kids to discourage them? We have had our share, so no need to point fingers.
My take is this: I don't care what your stand is on it...the NCAA says that it is illegal...so do not do it! You will have plenty of time after college/pros to smoke as much as you want.
If my college buddies knew that it was me typing this, I would NEVER live it down.
P.S. My father has Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. The only way to help him sometimes with the Parkinson's isn't the meds that they give him...it messes with his memory too much. I use another method that helps him.