Told You Mom! The 9 Smartest People Who Smoke Weed
We all remember that fateful day when Steve Jobs admitted to taking acid. Moreover, he didn’t just admit to it, he advocated for it; preaching to students and alum that all people who want to open their minds and free themselves creatively should have at least one good trip. Drug addicts and stoners alike rejoiced, because they know that anyone taking acid most definitely smokes weed. It really was one small step for acid, one giant step for pot.
Once the tech entrepreneur admitted to taking drugs, it seemed okay for everyone else to admit to it. I mean, if this man was singlehandedly changing the world while high, why can’t we admit to smoking the reefer? Thus, the acceptance of marijuana was born — as long as you were smart enough to back it up.
There’s a common misconception that weed makes kids dopey and lazy. However, anyone who smokes knows that weed makes you smarter. Of course there are those cases of the burn outs, but the motivated ones are able to use bud as an enhancer. So anytime your parents are complaining about how weed is going to ruin your future, remind them that the most brilliant minds of our time wouldn’t have achieved anything without the help of the herb.
His nickname back in the day was Barack O-ganja.
В James Franco
He’s an author, a professor and just everything that’s right about smoking weed.
It takes a high man to develop the logo of an apple for his entire empire.
You can’t write lyrics like a God without the power of the herb. He also must have been smoking something when he named his baby Blue Ivy.
В Natalie Portman
Our favorite actress admitted to smoking weed while in college. at just a little school by the name of Harvard.
He openly admits that weed should be decriminalized, and he’s the only actor esteemed enough to play God. That’s gotta count for something.
В Arnold Schwarzenegger
If you’ve ever seen his documentary “Pumping Iron,” you got an up close and personal look at terminator chillin’ on a fattie and loving life.
You can’t make a show for stoners and about stoners, without being a stoner.
He just donated $100,000 to marijuana legalization in California, and I don’t think it was for business purposes.
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We all remember that fateful day when Steve Jobs admitted to taking acid. Moreover, he didn’t just admit to it, he advocated for it; preaching to students and alum that all people who want to open their minds and free themselves creatively shouldвЂ¦
Which Teens Are Most Likely to Smoke Pot? The Smart Ones, Study Finds
H igh-achieving teenagers are more likely to drink alcohol and use cannabis than their less school-smart peers, a new study of British adolescents suggests.
For the study, researchers tracked 6,000 U.K. teenagers’ use of tobacco, alcohol and pot from the ages of 11 to around 20. During their early teens, brainy pupils were less likely to smoke cigarettes than their less academically gifted peers, but they were more likely to say they drank alcohol during this period. They were also more likely to say they used cannabis, but this wasn’t statistically significant.
However, by the time the students hit their late teens, the school-smart ones were 50% more likely to use pot occasionally and nearly twice as likely to use it persistently than those who didn’t do as well at school. They were a;sp more than twice as likely to drink alcohol regularly.
The study showed correlation not causation, though the researchers speculate that braininess is sometimes linked to openness to new experiences—something that could lead them to try drugs and alcohol. They also posit that it’s possible the high-achieving students come from a more affluent or highly educated family background, which may make it easier for them to get ahold of alcohol, for example.
“Our finding that adolescents with high academic ability are less likely to smoke [cigarettes] but more likely to drink alcohol regularly and use cannabis is broadly consistent with the evidence base on adults,” the study’s authors said in a statement. They added that the fact that alcohol and cannabis use among high-achieving pupils persisted into early adulthood is “evidence against the hypothesis that high academic ability is associated with temporary experimentation with substance use.”
The study was published in the BMJ.
Brainy teenagers are less likely to smoke tobacco, but are more likely to drink alcohol and use cannabis than their less intelligent peers.