I don't smoke and I'm not a real philosopher, so you must be right, smoking causes philosophy. They should put it on a surgeon general's warning. Philosophy has to be way more damaging to earning potential than lung cancer.
:lol:good one, Gosh!
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Didymos Thomas;71206 wrote:
Many of those philosophers you mention also experienced a great deal of stress and anxiety. Smoking helps alleviate stress and anxiety.... although, there is another weed that is far more effective.
nicotine is a stimulant as well as a depressant i have read. maybe it helps someone but it never helped me, even though a smoke was the first thing i reached for at the least little sign of tension. it never calmed me down and i knew it and the lack of logic in that was one of the things that helped me to decide to quit. after society starting aggressively disapproving of smokers, it became a real source of tension for me to try and smoke anyway.
so the question is if they legalize that other weed and nobody is allowed to smoke it except in their own home, and even that is probably going to enrage the neighbors, what to do? i cant drink hootch, my stomach wont let me, and that and guns seem to be the only things left that society doesnt want to ban, other than a few activists. one can drink anywhere and not smell bad or burn holes in furniture or set forests on fire or make anyone else drunk from the fumes.
what if they make a law banning philosophy? or have they?