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    Medical Marijuana

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    Medical Marijuana: A Better Option to Pain Treatment over Prescription Opioid Narcotics Medical marijuana is a much healthier alternative to narcotics in most cases for the use of treatment of pain for epilepsy, nausea relief, multiple sclerosis, post-traumatic stress disorder, and cancer. Two of the main cannabinoids in medical marijuana are: delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidoil (CBD). CBD is the compound that has significant medical benefits and the fact that CBD-rich cannabis…

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    “Recreational drugs is a drug as (Cocaine, Marijuana, or methamphetamine) used without medical justification for its psychoactive effects often in the belief that occasional use of such a substance is not habit-forming or addictive” (Merriam Webster). Many people believe that even if they do not do it all the time they will not get hooked. “In my 17 years of living i have seen and done things that an average person has not seen or done, for one i have seen someone get shot and killed just…

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    Cannabis, what comes to mind, an illegal recreational drug or a medicine? Its existence goes back as far as 7000 B.C.; it was not until the early 1900’s when marijuana was used as a recreational drug. Thereby, generating an ongoing controversy about its use in society since. Marijuana is a drug that has negative effects if consumed in excess, but has also had medicinal benefits for certain individuals who suffer from various ailments. In the 1600s, colonists in Virginia and Massachusetts, used…

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    Statement: Are you tired of paying ridiculous amounts of taxes? Having your hard-earned money wasted? Maybe it’s time we look for an alternative solution for drug prohibition since the current policy does not seem to be effective means of reducing drug use, which is the main purpose of prohibition in the first place. III. Credibility Statement: I have personally witnessed the devastating effects drug prohibition has caused for friends and family members. A friend of mine almost died recently…

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    Cunningham, love and death is widespread, and it follows the story of two brothers - a nine-year old narrator, Bobby Morrow and his sixteen year old brother, Carlton. Both brothers are outgoing, and they have a strong relationship together. Cunningham uses both point of views and symbols to promote the theme.The Morrow’s house, which borders the cemetery becomes the symbol of both love and death. Bobby and Carlton often visits the cemetery to smoke marijuana and drink whiskey. It is the place…

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    War is an eclipse - the darkness that veils prosperity. It has always been associated with negativity and instability. Death and destruction follow every path and the minds of people are thrown into disorder. At times like these, many cannot see any array of hope. However, behind the darkness of the eclipse lies the light of the corona. The corona of positivity that stays strong within adversity and uncertainty. The population most affected by war are the soldiers and the victims. They live,…

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    Reflection About Drugs

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    I can say I have quite a variety of various friends with different opinions on drugs and drug usage, ranging from different ages. Throughout high school, I learned that each generation views drugs differently. Some drugs were more acceptable to use than others. When I was a freshman in high school, afterschool I would see the seniors smoke their cigarettes while waiting for the bus to come. A large portion of the seniors seemed to be fans of tobacco and, of course, alcohol when I saw them at…

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    An airport is a great place to find lines of people that do nothing but have their heads glued to their phones while waiting for their flight. Sadly, I am of those mindless zombies, who sits at the tables with the provided charging ports with my phone in hand and my face staring blankly down at the screen. Often when I am in that position, I find myself scanning the environment to see people scramble in a rush to plug their phones in before it hit 0%. When I see people perform such actions, I…

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    reality that these children face everyday. During their time in an environment like this the children are indoctrinated by many different tactics. In A Long Way Gone Memoirs Of a Boy Soldiers by Ishmael Beah, Ishmael describe the use of drugs, violent movies, the use of vengance and the label of “winner” in competitions of killing quickest to fuel their minds to become killers. These categories of tactics…

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    urban planning critic, stresses on the importance of a mixed use and a social interactive city by critiquing the present urban planning strategies to ensure better development in areas to create this idealized city. On the other hand, Rudolf Muller, who…

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