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Justin Blackmon, not Josh Gordon, is now the dumbest player in the NFL

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That argument always comes up in these discussions, and just like now it's always worthless.

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I live in a beautiful state in which it's completely legal for me to smoke gratuitous amounts of weed an grow it in the comfort of my home.

How do you feel about same sex marriage laws? I bet I know.

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I'm addicted to reading people's stupid, uninformed opinions on the Internet.

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I'm addicted to reading people's stupid, uninformed opinions on the Internet.

 

sigh. . . damn it me too. . me too

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Of course weed is addictive.

Anything that alters you is addictive.

Yep.

I know a girl literally addicted to exercise and the gym, it's kinda sick.

My brother has a serious video game addiction that has cost him more than one job.

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Its not phisically addictive...addiction to being high or using Mary to cope with other issues is another thing.

Some people just have an adversion to sobriety despite the costs.

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The use of weed should absolutely be legal, but it is a completely stupid decision to use it often, and I feel sorry for anybody who uses it often. And the fact is in the NFL it is against the rules to use it as a part of their substance abuse policy. It completely makes sense that the NFL wouldn't want their athletes using drugs like that. The question of legality has nothing to do with the NFL's rules. They have all kind of banned substances that are legal. Gordon and Blackmon are just complete retards.

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I assume by "they" you mean Gordon and Blackmon. In that case it's not just about weed.

They've had dui's as well. It's more about those guys being dumbasses.

True.

I just don't see how anyone can do those stupid things that will end a multiple million dollar career.

True stupidity

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I assume by "they" you mean Gordon and Blackmon. In that case it's not just about weed.

They've had dui's as well. It's more about those guys being dumbasses.

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