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Gentleman don't smoke the poor man's weed, we concentrate large quantities of it into oil. We then vaporize it out of elaborately gorgeous borosilicate apparatuses equipped with titanium elements.
No, no, that's not true. Such things violate the law, and the only crime a gentleman commits is complicated instances of tax fraud.
I disagree. Some criminals are quite classy, even if they do things the government deems illegitimate.
I don't think the sort of criminals that consume marajuana are ever classy. Maybe those that smuggle drugs, or do large amounts of cocaine, but marajuana, certainly not.
I don't know man. Bill Clinton is a fairly classy gentleman. Same with Carl Sagan.
While I will not contest the class of the late Mr. Sagan, I will contest your own. To venture into this sole bastion of civility and speak in a tongue such as that! Get thee hence!
I agree with the above. Additionally, I disagree with the claim that Bill Clinton is of class, though I have no opinion on Carl Sagan, however, why are those two significant the the previous statements? As far as I know, neither of them committed crimes.
Save the enjoyment of cannabis, good sir.
To settle this matter, I point out that one could find gentlemen in speakeasies during Prohibition. These gentlemen were technically criminals, yet guilty only of seeking the refined beverages they were accustomed to.
Thus, as the effects of cannabis are no worse than those of tobacco or alcohol, both of which can be gentlemanly pursuits, the consumption of an amount of cannabis may also be permitted a gentleman.
However I must add the caveat of overconsumption. Only a boor allows himself to become excessively inebriated to a degree that interferes with a gentlemanly demeanor, whether through alcohol or cannabis.
Quite my good sir.
I've heard stories of George Washington smoking the buds of hemp for his frequent toothaches. Both he and Thomas Jefferson owned hemp estates, you see. Also, Thomas Jefferson tried to smuggle Cannabis Indica plants for his plantation. In 1876, the Sultan of Turkey gave smoking hemp to the United States as a gift.
It was quite the gentleman's pursuit up until around the 1930s.
I too vaporize cannabis concentrate on hot titanium from fine custom made borisilicate. There is nothing finer than a dab of landrace sativa extract in the morning.
It is a crime, good sir, find wrong with it that.
If one finds the laws of ones constituents to be not only unjust, but cruel and oppressive, is one not free to participate to civil disobedience?
After all, a gentlemen is not tied down by external forces. It is one of the things that makes him a gentleman.
That would seem, to some, to be a matter of opinion. In my own personal opinion, a gentleman should, instead of performing a crime to show his distaste for a particular law, give his best effort to get said law changed or revoked.
But to each their own, I suppose.
I would also like to point out that it is very ungentlemanly to talk disrespectfully of other gentleman's vices.
We should not throw stones in a glass house after all.
Sir, please refer to the post numbered >>848.
This matter was laid to rest.
OP Gentleman chiming back. Many of my constituants have worked hard to make cannabis legal and it is on a state-capacity, of the state I henceforth occupy. I dodge no law, only exercise a freedom given to me by state and not my country.
My good sir, I must enlighten you.
>given to me by my state, not my country.
To entertain such barbaric thoughts such as this is absolutely repulsive. All rights are given to us at birth by a divine creator, or if you are a disbeliever in faith, nature. Government's purpose is to protect you and the freedoms you are entitled to - not to grant you freedoms it likes.
I disagree sir! You were born a free man and have chosen to accept the governments ruling like that of the British oppressors. I may be speaking like that of a revolutionary but that is due to the fact that my politicians seem to have the IQ of a baboon.
Cannabis can defiantly be a gentlemanly substance, if it isn't in a "blunt." But, the mark of a true gentleman is his composure, so "geeking", or so it's called, is not a gentlemanly activity.
A gentleman must always be of sound mind. Even alcohol must be consumed in moderation so as to avoid any incidents which are unbecoming.
Yeeeessss, praise jesus thank you.
Intoxication is ungentlemanly. A gentleman must always remember who he is and what he is doing; a gentleman must always remain responsible for himself. We are gentlemen remember, not children.
Therefore, one must never consume substances in order to achieve a state of drunkenness and lose civility. Not a single 'high' for the purest and most noble of gentlemen, of course, this is excluding any adrenalin rushes a gentleman may experience.
Consumption can be classy. Winston Churchill was classy. And when a woman said "YOU sir are drunk!" he replied most epically, "You ma'am are ugly, and I will be sober in the morning!"
Many of the world's most noted gentlemen partook of cannabis. In fact, it is posited that the bard himself smoked this fine herb.
Here is an article I found highly interesting: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2001/03/0301_shakespeare.html
If you are such an untrustworthy cad that a little intoxication removes from you the very vestiges of civility then you have no place here. If gentlemanliness is to be but a facade of false habits, a dainty filigree of lies we place upon ourselves to obscure our underlying lout then what worth has it?
If a man's spine is so weak as to be bent under the slightest intoxication he is merely a con. If fine weeds, poppy milk or absinthe rob you of all sense of good conduct then what would a woman's intoxicative charms leave of you but the true husk of depravity which so worries you that you would avoid insobriety at all costs in order to conceal it.