Talk:Pelé cries as his son admits to marijuana addiction

delete my prior (oblivious) comments. Edbrown05 12:41, 8 Jun 2005 (UTC)

I think it should be noted that the common reflection of most recent studies is that there is no physical addiction associated with marijuana, and that most experts would deny a possibility that any sort of marijuana-related habit Pelé's son had probably wasn't the only thing that clouded his judgement. Utopianfiat 00:47, 9 Jun 2005 (CST)

Yea, I don't think getting addicted to marijuana is even possible. At least not physically addicted, only psychologically addicted. But one can get psychologically addicted to anything, food, gambling, sex. Didn't the minister of culture in Brazil recently admit to using marijuana?

I guess you can get psychologically addicted, but I have never met a marijuana user, who was psychologically addicted, and I know a quite a few heavy (who smoke marijuana once or twice a day) users of marijuana well, of whom one quit for a few days to calm down from a bad experience and another quit for two weeks to pass a drug test. The former seemed only to become slightly more irritable due to not having smoked marijuana. Tomservo 9:29, 9 July 2007 (UTC)

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