On 2/10/06, Daniel R. Tobias <dan(a)tobias.name> wrote:
On 8 Feb 2006 at 22:49, Sam Korn
On 2/8/06, Ray Saintonge
But you would impose US law even in a country
where smoking weed is legal.
Given that most of our users and most significant press coverage is
American, yes. That is why I drew the line there. Yes, I know it
isn't perfect. But it's better than anything else I've seen.
But it's not against U.S. law to discuss, or advocate, smoking weed.
After all, "High Times" magazine is published in the United States.
Some of the government's drug warriors have wished they could ban all
advocacy of drug use as well as the drug use itself, but so far the
First Amendment has stopped them.
No. But it's bad publicity to say that we accept people who break the
law and proclaim it proudly. No, it's not a legal necessity. But it
is a public relations matter, and I see no reason why it should not be
Can anyone think of an alternative line to draw?