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  •  You cannot 3D print cannabis. I have a feeling, (0+ / 0-)

    just a feeling that there is a connection between real printability and potential for harm.  Lemme see here--guns are used against others to irreparably harm them in an attempt to modify their behavior, i.e. stop them from trying to hurt you.  I am limiting this to self-defense arguments for the sake of brevity.  Pot is ingested to temporarily alleviate yuckiness in the user seeking to relax for a bit.  I am limiting this to a 40-something pot smoker/eater/vaporer, also for brevity's sake.  The gun is a non-living, non-feeling device that will "respond" to any input from you.  Pot is a living plant comprised primarily of organic matter that interacts with one's body from the inside based on a lot of internal reaction stuff, but before that can happen, it must grow and develop on its own, based on its internal genetic code.  The gun reacts exactly the same to anyone who physically pulls the trigger and causes a round to be discharged.  The pot reacts differently to everyone, depending on a zillion unique factors of that day.  My conclusion:  Get these 3D "printers" under control fast if you want to save freedom.  Leave the pot plants alone.  Change laws to reflect this, and forget about profit for one, friggin' second.

    Mix the blood and make new people!

    by Yonkers Boy on Tue May 07, 2013 at 12:59:44 PM PDT

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