questionsdid you know, according to google, cannabis…


Or does it just increase the knowledge of where to score the best junk food to cure the munchies?


Haha! Google corporate making a statement?


Your link leads to a google page that is about decreased brain function. Are you stoned? :)


@jsimsace: What I saw was Google asking "Do you mean increased brain function?"


@ohcheri: So did I, because Google tried to determine what the OP meant as opposed to what the OP asked. Below that you will see the "decreased" comments that were linked to the original query.

EDIT: The query should have looked like this.


@jsimsace: WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH You don't get it...

Google "corrected" me, because that is their "stance". That's the joke.


Duuuuuuude, what if, like, the like government just like banned it because they like don't want you like thinking on a higher like level or something? Hey, we got any cheetos?


Sorry that I missed the inside joke. Sometimes I need things to be explained to me...this was apparently one of those times.


@baqui63: Thanks for the link. I'll check it out later if I remember. :)


@jsimsace: okay, I had to hold back from downvoting your first two posts :-7, but that joke makes up for it.


You ever see the back of a twenty dollar bill... on weed? Oh, there's some crazy sh*t, man. There's a dude in the bushes. Has he got a gun? I dunno! RED TEAM GO, RED TEAM GO!


The epidemiology is mixed on marijuana use. Yes, most of the non controlled, non prospective studies showed no significant adverse effects. That, however, is caveated by fact that few of them were heavy users. Old data showed that in heavy users (essentially, spending 6 or more waking hours per day stoned) pot makes you dumb. But most people don't use like that.