Wednesday, June 11, 2008

More news from the American Institute of DUH.



Surprise, government research has discovered that smoking a lot of pot is bad for you. According to this report:

"Chronic marijuana use is not only causing people to get high, it's actually causing long-term adverse effects in patients who use too much of the drug," Cadet, whose study is in the journal Molecular Psychiatry, said in a telephone interview. "Chronic marijuana abuse is not so benign."
How much pot are we talking about?

"The marijuana users in the study averaged smoking 78 to 350 marijuana cigarettes per week, based on self-reported drug history, the researchers said."
Jumpin' Jesus, 350 joints a week? Really?

Dude.

Perhaps, if we think about this, there's another reason for those health problems. Maybe it's the munchy affect.


And yes, that is a Krispy Kreme.

3 comments:

Jeff Shelby said...

I haven't smoked anything in years and yet that Donutburger looks unbelievably good.

Anonymous said...

What an odd perspective. Imagine the consequences of:

78 pieces of bread per week
78 cups of coffee per week
78 beers per week
78 apples per week

and so forth, to say nothing of 350 per week. 350 Tic Tacs per week would have deleterious long term effects.

-- Mr. Knuckles

norby said...

They had to do research to find that out? All they really needed to do was meet some of the people I knew in college, could of saved a hell of a lot of money...

And if eating Krispy Kreme is wrong, I don't wanna be right.