- Posted September 10, 2013 by
Today through trials and tribulations, of what small increments of marijuana I smoked, I have come to the conclusion, that it was the Vietnam War, that intensified it's hallucinating genetic effects from the fears of dying and returning in a body-bag. I was a cub scout and a weeblo and a boy scout during Vietnam and would watch Dan Rather report from the firing lines. I would root for our soldiers, like the LA Rams. Later in the process of preparing for battle, I saw a TV commercial, "Don't Play With Guns" and saw a teenager take a bullet right between the eyes and fear struck deep in my soul and made me gun shy. Acid Rock didn't sooth my mind and disturbed me. Now I know I don't have brain damage from thee evil weed, but it heightened and enhanced it. I don't like the experiment of making pot legal. It is a drug classified as a hallucinogen. Todays youths trials are greater than mine! At least I had the 50's TV sitcom: "Happy Days" to put the American Dream in a more positive perspective. I hope todays youth can grasp a wholesome reality, through this current turmoil. America is strong, but wounded. May God's blessings and healing powers reign supreme. "Don't worry... be happy."