Old Fart wrote:This is a segment with Chief Medical Officer for the Colorado Department of Public Health giving an interview in Canada.
Your chief medical officer also believes there's no public health problems with fracking! Nor does he, like you, apparently read the denver post. So, imho, his views aren't worth a hill of beans, yours, however, are usually worth their weight in gold. http://www.coloradoindependent.com/1613 ... ing-health
Toking cannabis doesn't usually get stoners so stoned they can't drive a motorized vehicle safely, but occasionally very good strains come along that have never been tried by an individual and cause a much higher stone than normal, which makes for impaired driving in that condition, by reducing them to drive so cautiously they inadvertently cause an accident, or with enough abandon they make a mistake and cause one anyway. I know, i've been in the situation myself. I have to wait fifteen or twenty minutes before i can even turn the key! I agree with you a mild stoning won't impair your driving, however, using concentrates and dabbing, or too many edibles are not
conducive to safe driving.