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  1. Put a cell phone in a driver's hand and their IQ drops 15 points. And they were already idiots.... I'm glad you're a good driver. I like to think I am one too. But even the best driver in the world could get rear ended or t-boned. It happens every day. And one over-eager cop is all it takes to blow a person's world up. Yes, it hasn't happened yet but with the new laws pisssing off the cops, they may start testing everyone they can. Legally or not. Police really do believe they're above the law. It's a crime to lie to the police but they are legally allowed to lie to a citizen. Pretty backwards if you ask me.
  2. Exactly. I have a handicapped plate and was pulled over last year. The cop asked me if I was drinking. I don't consume alcohol. He asked me to step out of the car. I was freaking out that he was going to give me a sobriety test, which I would fail. At least walking a straight line or a balance test. I have MS which effects my balance and coordination. There's no practicing I could possibly do. But the cop apparently decided I was OK and let me go. A failed sobriety test may have resulted in a blood test which would have tested positive for THC. I wasn't actively high but I was the night before. Did I mention, I don't trust police? : )
  3. Yes, I understand this. My question is if a cop did decide to mess with you when you weren't medicated? A blood test shows THC. Even though you're not high at the time, it still shows up on the test. And the way LEO likes messing with people, I can easily see this happening
  4. That's really a good thing but what would show up (and for how long) on a blood test? There needs to be a way to tell the difference from someone actively high and someone who used the previous day. Just because someone has a high tolerance doesn't mean they can legally drive under the influence.
  5. So RSO oil gets you high? It would be wise to take it while resting, not having to go out. At least, not drive. How does it work if you drive the next day when you're no longer high? It would still be detected on a drug test. Could they still get you for drugged driving? It would be like detecting 2 glasses of wine from a week ago. There has to be some logic behind it. I could see police abuse it as a payback to those who use it now. And on a side note, will we see less medical people now? The ones who were just getting high? My opinion was it was always a pretty big amount of medical users.
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    My elderly neighbor <thinks> it helps with her nausea from her cancer treatments. I'm not sure what she's getting in the mail or how much she's paying for it but if it's a placebo effect and it gives an appetite, who am I to tell her a harsh truth? Just eat, get better and stay healthy.
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    I've read the mail order sites are either breaking federal law by selling/shipping it or consumers aren't getting the real thing. As a matter of fact, this article makes it sound even worse. https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/mailing-cbd-cannabis-oil
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    If Rec Pot Becomes Legal, what about MM

    Prices? I've heard this but I don't know for sure; "Marijuana is sold for both medical and recreational purposes in Colorado, but it's definitely not sold at the same prices for both purposes. Not only is the cost of flower, concentrates and edibles cheaper for medical patients, but the taxes on those purchases are around 25 percent lower." https://www.westword.com/marijuana/mmj-card-savings-how-much-cheaper-is-medical-pot-than-retail-9393120
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    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    Lol...you're preaching to the choir. I know better, you know better and millions of other people know better. And yet these scammers have unlimited people falling for their scams. Greed and stupidity as well as gullibility. And in some cases it's compassion.
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    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    It's your basic business practice that has raised questions. How about telling folks you need their date of birth, social security number and address? I'm sure you could find hundreds, or even thousands, of suckers to give out personal info like this. I'll pass. Don't need your intrusiveness. Thank you very much but I'll find my meds from a much more reputable source.
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    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    Yes, you're correct. Trying to protect our community. But I'm afraid it's pointless. For every person we warn away, several more fall for it. After all, people must still fall for those fake IRS phone calls. Otherwise, the scammers would have all moved on to something else.
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    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    Wow. Just wow. More lies on top of lies. <sigh>.. Just when you think you're out, they pull you back in..... If people got robbed, there are 2 choices. Go to the police and make a report. And that would be a public record. We would need to see links to give you any credibility. Or the other choice if a CG gets robbed? Just report it to you and let you post a patient's info, info you say you don't keep. So...either prove CGs were robbed or admit you lied about keeping a patient's info. Yeah, you set a trap...sure. I do see a trap but it's not the type you're trying to explain away. Jeez...more posts=more lies.
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    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    How did we even get drawn into this drama? I don't need the stress in my life. We outed the idiot...for me it's time to move on, I guess.
  14. Dalbert

    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    People who have been using cannabis since the '60's or '70's have a natural paranoia. Also a BS detector. If it looks like BS, chances are very good it IS B.S. You have posted in the wrong site to try and explain yourself. Not many people from here are going to fall for your scam. Run along and sell your patient lists to the highest bidders. Which I'm sure was your entire gameplan.
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    Is Grassmatch a legitimate site?

    Did you already post links to stories of police records of these "robberies"? Or are we supposed to take some strangers word for it? That he's protecting caregivers by outing a patient? I'm sure you maintain a record of every person who uploads their personal information. If you did, I'm also sure you would lie and say any info you receive is immediately destroyed.