Well, technically speaking, the top-3 worst drugs known to Man are already legal, but require a prescription:David Nutt I knew about nice to see another professor sharing I agree criminalizing intoxication isn't helpful but what would really happen if all drugs were legalized?
I believe that this is too much info if you are right. Leave the man be. If he wanted to go out of the BL closet he would do it like late McAfee. But I appreciate much more when people do it offline than online. Let us leave this subject and appreciate the mans work.I will say this, if you figure out who he is on here don’t say anything publicly, just shoot him a PM inquiring if in-fact he is Carl Hart. He should respond back
I believe that this is too much info if you are right. Leave the man be. If he wanted to go out of the BL closet he would do it like late McAfee. But I appreciate much more when people do it offline than online. Let us leave this subject and appreciate the mans work.
Did as you asked.Agreed.
My post(s) have been edited. If you could please edit my quote in your post that would be great
I will say this, the Man is an all-around phenomenal individual. The knowledge he provides this forum (on a daily basis) is absolutely unreal.
I get it, he wants to be rather anonymous on here, I can’t fault him for that. But said anonymity most likely leads to people either not paying full attention to everything he says on here, or worse, writing off what he says as common-man conjecture. The thought of people not paying full-attention to his posts and/or writing off his posts troubles me. He, like many others on this board, provide an invaluable source of information. There’s so much you can learn if you know who he is and make it a point to listen to what he says.
Hopefully I didn’t cause him too many problems
Keif' Richards said:I find myself often thinking how much I would love to talk to a 100% for-real, natural medicine expert from some tribe in the jungle. I don't know what I would learn, but I would love to hear them speak on the subject of old(er), natural(er) medicines vs. the ones we crank out on the assembly lines in modern times.