Re: virus: Pot

Vicki Rosenzweig (
Thu, 19 Dec 96 09:19:00 PST

I think we've hit one of those odd cultural differences. I was
surprised the first time a British friend mentioned tobacco
in a joint, since nobody I know in the US or Canada ever mixed
tobacco with their marijuana (not even the friend I had who
smoked both, and rolled her own in both cases).

A large part of the rest of this thread seems to be definitional.
For example, is marijuana a hallucinogen? I have no idea. I
do know that it has hallucinogenic effects on some, but not all,
of the people who use it. Does that make it a hallucinogen?
Depends on your definitions.

From: owner-virus
To: virus
Subject: Re: virus: Pot
Date: Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:02PM

XYZ Customer Support <> wrote:

> > From:
> > Mind you, unless you smoke pot pure, then you're still taking in the
> > cigarette smoke.
> Pot smoke is not cigarette smoke. They both have different chemical
> compositions.

Yep, but the point I was making (and not a *very* important point at that)
is that unless you don't roll your J's with any tobacco in them at all,
then you're still smoking cigarettes, essentially, just with extra bits
in it. So smoking unpure pot *is* carcinogenic :)

Richard Jones
"We are the New Breed,
We are the Future."