Zach Galifianakis Smokes a Joint on Maher`s Show

Submitted by: Monosandalos 6 years ago

Shock and awe tactics for Mary Jane.
There are 102 comments:
Male 5,413
GO MAN GO!
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Female 3,598
She tried to pass it on!!! oh man!!
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Male 243
I don`t like him anylonger. Not for this. I give two poos about weed.

He got Mel Gibson FIRED from Hangover 2. HOW DARE YOU, YOU DAMN JEW!
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Female 412
Big deal; he didn`t even inhale. He just blows out the smoke as soon as it`s in his mouth.
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Male 49
Yeaaaah... i`m gonna call bullpoo on JabbaTheAWES.
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Male 173
@JabbaTheAWES im sorry about your father, but how did weed "destroy" him? Physically harmed him or just made him lazy as hell?
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Male 39
I have lost all respect for this man. I once thought he was funny, but now this... Really? Marijuana is horrible and I am glad it is still illegal. No this is not a "troll", but from the things I have seen this drug do is just wrong. It destroyed my father basically and now we have to suffer because of it. He is lucky enough to be alive right now. I really hope it stays illegal so others don`t have to see what I have.
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Female 426
@ tstyblucryns

But passing he did try, my friend.
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Female 2,289
i just have this warm cozy feeling inside when watching him. he`s like close to being the next king of comedy.
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Male 120
Zach Galifianakis is GOD! LEGALIZE FOR MEDICINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 2,516
next news: Zach Galifianakis in jail for smoking pot on tv...
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Male 136
lol. I actually know Zach. He`s dating my Girlfriends Cousin. though Hilarious on screen, this guy is a freaking RIOT in person.
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Male 496
He did NOT pass to the left, I call foul.
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Male 408
lol my parents are voting to legalize and they hate weed but know how stupid it is to keep illegal
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Male 4,004
Drug prohibition is not stupid.
Marijuana prohibition is stupid.

Pot is like a beer, have one everyday after work and it calms you down, nothing else. Do too much of it and it becomes a problem.

Not a gateway drug if you know the difference between pot and drugs. It can be a gateway drug if you`re misinformed and treat pot as a drug, abuse it, and experiment with a bunch of different things. Pot is found with dealers, who usually deal in more than pot, so the fact it`s illegal is the only reason it can be considered a gateway drug.
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Male 2,440
What can I say that hasn`t already been said?

Oh, my God! Look at those dragons! xD

Drug prohibition is stupid blah blah blah.
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Male 10,339
"and we all know how illegal blood withdrawal is"

Maybe in Canada.
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Male 1,016
I personally believe once they have a conTRAPtion that can detect Marijuana use like a breathalyzer then it will become legal. At this point the only way to detect usage is through blood samples and we all know how illegal blood withdrawal is!

There simply isn`t a way to detect whether a driver is under the influence of " the pot " ...unless of course you look at the floor in the back and see all the junk food wrappers from McD`s KFC ( long live the double down ) of Taco Bell !!!
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Male 2,841
Galifianakis is a god.
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Male 6,694
As if that was real.
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Male 37,888
Today`s the Day!

Put down the bong and vote.
Then pick up the bong and celebrate!
Then a quick trip to Taco Bell.
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Male 1,129
Im voting YES!!!!!
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Male 5,190
I just found a new drating hero.

Also Davy and Poop rule for saying that. :D
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Male 1,299
Saw this live on TV and I literally stood up and stared cheering.
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Male 2,553
I don`t usually like Galifianakis, but this was solid gold. ^^
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Male 12,138
[quote]Personally, I don`t smoke weed. But I do support the legalization effort.[/quote]
Ditto, Poop.
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Male 400
Even if the decriminalization doesn`t pass this time around, it will soon. Simply because the I think we`ve come a long way in removing the "taboo" factor of it in the past year.
Personally, I don`t smoke weed. But I do support the legalization effort.
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Male 12,138
Meh. America has more people in prison than any other nation on the planet, mainly for small-time weed charges.

But let`s dwell on that for a second, this is important. I mean that the US imprisons about 1 in every 100 adult Americans. In both absolute terms, and in per Capita terms, the US imprisons more of its own population that China, North Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan... mostly due to the "War on Drugs".



Land of the Free. And all that.
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Male 1,598
He smokes weed... never would have guessed that <--- lots of sarcasm.
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Male 4,290
[quote]Perhaps this is why it`s still illegal. Decriminalize weed, and the RCMP, FBI, DEA, not to mention lawyers, courts, and prisons lose out on money, and "$" talks.[/quote]
I don`t think that`s really the issue when plenty of police say they are wasting time, money and resources on marijuana and needlessly filling prisons with non-violent trivial drug offenders.

There are always more than enough crimes to keep all of the people you mentioned busy. Legalising weed would, apart from anything else, free them up to focus on the more serious ones.
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Male 10,339
Rosa Parks in not a hero. Rosa Parks was a stubborn old lady in the right place at the right time.

I`m not saying what she did was not important, but I doubt she did it with the future of black people in America in mind.
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Male 661
I have to admit I`m very surprised that the Commonwealth hasn`t legalized, or at least decriminalized weed yet.

Usually, it`s "$" that talks, and the sheer revenue possible with legalized weed would be astounding, not to mention the money saved on court costs, inmate upkeep.

Perhaps this is why it`s still illegal. Decriminalize weed, and the RCMP, FBI, DEA, not to mention lawyers, courts, and prisons lose out on money, and "$" talks.
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Female 3,562
I don`t see how presidents who acted because of pressure from the heroes that actually fought to change the laws are the heroes. Abe Lincoln wouldn`t have freed the slaves without a CIVIL goddamn WAR. I`m pretty sure the South thought what he did was illegal. And would JFK have changed the laws without the law-breaking actions of King, Malcom X, and Rosa Parks?
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Male 1,197
in holland the locals dont make a big deal out of it .... just the tourists
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Male 12,138
[quote]Davy, name a civil rights hero who wasn`t arrested a dozen times. [/quote]
Ah, sorry, I misunderstood you. When you say "Heroes" I took you at face value, but you meant specifically American, specifically Civil Rights heroes. I was thinking of "Heroes" on a broader scale. No beef here, just a misunderstanding.
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Male 10,339
"name a civil rights hero who wasn`t arrested a dozen times. Name one person who made major changes in the laws of this country without being known for breaking them first."

Abraham Lincoln

Want another?

John F. Kennedy
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Female 3,562
Davy, name a civil rights hero who wasn`t arrested a dozen times. Name one person who made major changes in the laws of this country without being known for breaking them first. We need pot smokers who are good role models. We need proof for the public that you can smoke pot and still be a productive respectable person. You can`t do that without publicly smoking pot.
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Male 10,339
"I meant that the day I can publicly stand around and smoke weed"

That will = public intoxication I bet.

The same laws that apply to alcohol will probably apply to marijuana.
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Male 12,138
[quote]All the great heroes are major criminals. [/quote]
Sarah, you had me right up until that point...
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Female 3,562
Look, this isn`t about civil rights or something, but it`s crazy to make such a wonderful medicinal and healthy drug illegal. Throw away your prozac, your zanax, your asthma medication, and your beer, weed is a great replacement for all of them. And the resources saved by replacing certain items with hemp is very pro-environmental. Nevermind how much of our jails would be empty. There`s a lot of reasons our whole society would benefit from legalizing weed, this is only scratching the surface.
This is a SERIOUS issue. And nobody ever changes a law without breaking it first. All the great heroes are major criminals.
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Male 1,256
Hahah I just realized I forgot a crucial part of my last comment. I meant that the day I can publicly stand around and smoke weed, not just publicly stand around (because we obviously already may) will be a great day.
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Male 93
...I am buzzed and I endorse this message....
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Male 1,256
Man, the day that I can stand on a street corner, or even on my front porch, will be a great and long-overdue day. It will come, oh yes.
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Male 604
"If the feds undertook this, cases involving simple possession cases and small-time marijuana businesspeople, usually relegated to state courts, would flood federal courthouses. But even with a drastic increase in funding for federal enforcement, such activity would barely put a dent in California`s marijuana trade, and would fail to stifle California`s policy change, as the federal government has failed to do since the first medical marijuana laws were passed 14 years ago. Moreover, justifying the invasion into a state`s province to undermine the will of the voters at such great expense to taxpayers would be highly questionable, especially in the current economic climate, not to mention a political climate that is at best lukewarm on prohibitionist policies."

The federal government doesn`t stand a chance one way or another against the realities of california. The inevitable marijuana legalization can only be delayed by prop 19 failing and/or federal threats, but it
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Male 102
Q.)You are riding a zebra next to a running giraffe and being chased by a tiger. What do you do? WHAT DO YOU DO?

A.)Get your drunk behind off the carousel.
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Male 604
Furthermore, passage of prop 19 would mean the only people who can arrest you for marijuana sale, posession, or use are federal agents. FBI. The US government would be centrally responsible with investigating the most populous and 3rd largest state. Good luck, as the rest of the country would have to pay the extra taxes to do so, as this would require greatly increasing the size of the federal prosecutors and would swell up all of the few federal district courts.
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Male 604
"Decisions in two California cases have found that federal law doesn’t prevent cities and counties from licensing medical marijuana dispensaries and that federal law doesn’t preempt the issuance of patients’ and caregivers’ ID cards. But suffice it to say, anyone claiming Prop 19 will just be void anyway because it conflicts with federal law is, at best, grossly oversimplifying matters. More likely, they’re just flat out wrong, and running scared now that it’s becoming clear what a failure marijuana prohibition has been.

The bottom line is this: California voters have a very real opportunity on November 2 to finally start unwinding marijuana prohibition, and nothing in the Constitution says otherwise."

http://ow.ly/32UhL
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Male 2,402
@madest
Apparently you haven`t been in Hawaii. A lot of people would drink and get high at the same time.
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Male 2,402
LOL! That was a classic move.
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Female 109
whats with all the old ppl and their long winded rants on here?
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Male 7,378
I think a lot of people who drink would rather be getting high. Man has had a desire for mind altering substances since man was invented. Rise up people! Be like Zack! DEFY YOUR OVERLORDS and get high!!!
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Male 12,138
Holy Backlash, Batman!

Look, we`re not talking here about racial oppression, or state murder of homosexuals... we`re talking about smoking pot. All I meant was, I wouldn`t go to Iran (been there many times) and crack open a bottle of wine, or hold my gay lover`s hand in public (no, I`m not gay), because those are the laws in Iran. Not out of fear of getting caught, but out of respect for that country`s laws. Hell, I`d like to drive at 200kph on the freeway, but I don`t, because it`s against the law.

Having said that, I firmly believe that a person`s home is their castle, as they should be able to spark up at home if they want to. Just saying that I personally wouldn`t have done it on national TV, it`s disrepectful of the law (a law which, as I stated earlier, I think is entirely bogus). Sheesh!
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Male 37,888
architrex:

Now check Federal Authority agains States Right to self govern. THAT`s the aguement that will be used in court. Should be fun to watch.
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Male 1,452
davy its the law in some countries that gay people must be sentenced to death for being gay, doesn`t mean people should drating follow it.

you`re a lousy liberal
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Female 3,562
Oh gee, he broke the law, therefore he`s pure evil. I`m pretty sure it was illegal for Rosa Parks to sit on the front of the bus. She should have respected the law!
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Female 3,562
You know, smoking weed doesn`t automatically make you a lazy retarded irresponsible person who can`t get anything done. Pot smokers vote, even for things not related to pot. I vote in every election, and I f-cking love weed. So please stop this bullpoo about pot smokers not being motivated enough vote to legalize pot.
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Male 12,138
Meh, it`s legal in the Netherlands, and it`s one of the very best countries in the world in which to live (2009 UN Human Development Index ranking of#6, above the US at #13).

Countries don`t fall apart when you have legalised marijuana any more than they do with legalised alcohol. Hell, one could make the case (I wouldn`t) that countries WITHOUT legalised recreational drugs have more social problems than those without. Think of the banning of alcohol in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Libya, Sudan, or for that matter America during the 1920s when gangsterism was rife.

Having said all that, personally I think Zach was wrong to spark up, if that really was pot. The law is the law, and you should respect that (IMO), as much as you might personally disagree with it.
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Male 551
@auburnjunky Just because it`s legal it doesn`t mean a whole country, like Mexico, would base it`s economy on growing weed (Which is not legal just because it`s consumption in another country is)
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Male 2,085
There is nothing brave about being stupid
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Male 1,452
@fatninja

...so much fail... so many spelling errors...


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Male 17,512
Gerry: As I said before, Asking stoners to get up before sundown and with the voting machines being no where near a taco bell, Those facts spell doom for Prop. 19.
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Male 1,452
i love Zach...



... no homo
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Male 541
Saw this one. PROPS to Mr. Gal. for having balls, and standing up!!
LEGALIZE IT!
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Male 37,888
Think of all the tourist dollars!!!!

Come to California and Live the HIGH Life!

California is for Stoners

Come to California and Mellow Out Dude!
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Male 533
What are you guys talking about? You can`t prove it was weed from video footage. Sure, it probably was, and the lady there seemed to think it was, but there`s no way to know for sure. Even if it COULD be proven, you can`t get arrested for having smoked weed in the past. It isn`t even illegal to be high.
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Male 10,845
I agree with architrex on this one.

That being said we need to overhaul the current drug policy. Take mushrooms, salvia, and marijuana off the list and let the states regulate them as they see fit. Cocaine, meth, LSD and other processed drugs should remain banned.
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Male 37,888
latest poll I saw showed Prop 19 at 52 agains 48 for... a reverse from the previous week. Stoners are too lazy to vote so it probably won`t pass. But I`m voting for it.

I hope they don`t come out with Marlboro Menthol Joints. That`d be nasty. Though a pack of 20 would be nice.
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Male 37
Lucky2u:

Actually, Article VI of the constitution says that federal law prevails over state law when the two conflict.
"This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding."
So, if CA passes proposition 19, the federal government has every right under the constitution to uses federal power to enforce the ban on marijuana.
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Male 10,845
@auburnjunky

How about that entire precinct that resign en masse after an attack?
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Male 10,845
@almightybob1

He knows the potential consequences. What he`s doing is called civil disobedience.
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Male 25,416
Lets figure this out, if they legalize it then the the dealers wont be making much money kos the value would have dropped and then they would have to get real jobz, the force will have to spend time on more serious crimes and not waste money on searhing for drugs, but they do have to put somethng in place to stop people driving under the influence!
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Male 9
too. drating. cool
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Male 315
@Rick_S you seem to be assuming that federal law overrides state law. There is a whole long debate on that fact, but I would like to point out that Zach is a celebrity and therefor more important then the law and is not subject to it`s rules.
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Male 975
Aww no he bwoke the wules :`( :`(.
Ever break a traffic law like speeding, talking/texting on the phone? Those are meant to protect people from dying in car crashes.
Just like the pot law is to protect people from..umm...uhhh..err..smelling my smoke?
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Male 683
CALIFORNIANS! How easy is it for people to get prescriptions there? Nice job for him though, it takes somebody with balls to get things rolling.
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Male 604
Actually, because the proposition includes measures to tax marijuana, if it passes the federal government would need a constitutional amendment to outright ban marijuana.

Also, Rick S.tupid, what if he has a medical marijuana permit?

PS: SMOKE WEED EREDAY
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Male 4,290
Agreed Rick. The laws may need to be changed, but until they are he still broke them. Just because it was on TV doesn`t excuse that. I hate it when famous people get preferential treatment from the justice system.

On the other hand, I`m going to Amsterdam this weekend, so I can`t really complain :P
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Female 178
actually, in california, it is now only a fine for carrying around weed. no arrests. i think he can afford $100.
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Male 3,314
I hope they bust him for what he did. Not because I think that it shouldn`t be legalized, but because it`s blatant disrespect for the law. Whatever you feel about it`s future status, right now, it`s illegal. If they found that joint on him in a road stop, he`d be busted. They should investigate this footage.

PS: Even if the prop passes, the federal government still says it`s illegal, so if you do grow and use it in California, you`ll still be breaking the law, just not the state law.
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Male 5,005
Legalization is the only smart way. But we all know that word "smart" is far miles and miles from ours politicians.
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Female 3,001
loved this
also, it should be legal, it just should be!
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Male 1,931
That takes some balls to smoke a joint on live TV.
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Male 2,893
Can`t we just legallize it already to get all of these fags to stop complaining?
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Male 10,339
Never said it was bad. I support legalization.

Not gonna happen though, sadly.
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Male 496
@auburn junky and would also improve the lives of millions upon millions of people whilst increasing the average standard of living -and also- giving Mexicans less of an incentive to border hop to a better country.... and that`s bad because?
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Female 535
Did he get into any trouble for this?

I think it should be legalized. Sure, the hardcore drug dealers (meth, cocaine, etc.) would still be around, but it would give the country a lot more revenue if they sold it.
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Female 812
Meh, nothing new here for me...
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Male 1,357
Absolutely effing brilliant.
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Male 10,339
Did you guys hear about what Mexico`s President said last week?

He thinks we should legalize it to put the drug cartels out of business.

While I agree with him, I think his motivation is the HUGE cash Mexico would make.

They would become rich as a nation overnight.
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Female 4,039
I saw this over the weekend and was neither shocked nor awed. I guess I`m used to seeing it cuz he smokes pot all the time on Bored to Death.

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Male 7,378
I dunno man. I saw this on Friday and was blown away. Never seen anyone light up on TV outside of Cops. Hope that prop19 passes but from what I`m reading it doesn`t look good.
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Male 10,339
The drug lords will never let it happen.

It will put them out of business.
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Male 16
Hats off for Zack!! that is courage.
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Male 9
OH MY GOD! LOOK AT THOOSE DRAGONS!!!! :D
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Male 480
HE`S MY HERO! NOT ONLY ARE YOU FAT AND FUNNY BUT A STONER! AWESSSSSUUM!
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Male 945
Classic! Zach is the best.
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Male 37,888
I`m sure he has a prescription for that.

I can`t wait to get to the voting both tomorrow and mark YES on legalizing it tomorrow. Sure, the Fun Police lead by Obama will go to court for an injuction and tie it up in the system for a while, but the fight will be fun to watch.
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Male 11
that man has balls.
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Male 950
Zach Gaifianakis smokes weed? I never would have believed it if I didn`t see it with my own eyes. :D
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Male 1,107
Ballsy.
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Male 15,510
Legalization is coming closer and closer
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Male 290
Link: Zach Galifianakis Smokes a Joint on Maher`s Show [Rate Link] - Shock and awe tactics for Mary Jane.
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