Pubdate: Thu, 21 Dec 2006
Source: NOW Magazine (CN ON)
Copyright: 2006 NOW Communications Inc.
Author: George Kosinski


Letter writer James Geuzebroek's analysis is typical of those who are 
so anti-marijuana that they can't think straight (NOW, December 
14-20). While indoor marijuana gardens exist in a tiny percentage of 
homes in Canada, all homes are affected by rain, the major cause of 
mould. Should rain be illegal? I don't know. I think it would be 
quite difficult to arrest God, though I suppose we could try her in 
absentia. We might be bemoaning the lack of water down the road as 
well. How can Geuzebroek fail to comprehend the simple fact that if 
people were allowed to grow a few plants for personal use only, most 
so-called "grow ops" would disappear overnight?

George Kosinski

Gibsons, BC
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