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Desc:Won't someone think of the children?
Category:Horror, Advertisements
Tags:marijuana, drug legalization, concerned parents
Submitted:Cena_mark
Date:10/18/16
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Comment count is 27
Caminante Nocturno
This is a very poorly made anti-drug commercial. None of the information is delivered with any sort of urgency or emotion, and it really feels like the imagery was put in as an afterthought. It's like the people behind it weren't even trying.

People don't put any effort into anti-drug ads anymore. It really is a lost art, an unintended casualty of the push to legalize marijuana.
Cena_mark
The woman who plays the mother did a good job. He look of horror is this ad's biggest selling point.

Caminante Nocturno
It's just not enough to save the ad.

Ugh
wait, pot just makes you drive slower, are the increased accidents tied to people passing stoners out of frustration into oncoming traffic or something
Maggot Brain
Mom?!

Yeah, where is it that you can have an open widow display of edibles? Not in California, I'll tell you that much.
Monkey Napoleon
Not in Oregon, either. The rules are pretty fuckin strict to begin with, plus individual dispensaries go the extra mile to maintain a veneer of legitimacy in the local community. A fancy glass cake display filled with unwrapped candies is laughably unrealistic. More like individually packaged in vaguely medicine-y labelled mylar bags behind a counter where customers can't reach.

Gmork
Every pot shop I've seen has an ante-room and a security guard like an airlock/buffer for outside viewers. Most have tinted or mirrored windows and innocuous medical-sounding names.

Oscar Wildcat
That jar of "high potency marijuana" looks like a bucket of seaweed or spinach. If that's how they roll in Massachusetts maybe they should leave it to the pros.
EvilHomer
Actually, that's pretty accurate for state-endorsed shops around here. In fact, the single best (probably only) argument against the legalization of marijuana is pointing out exactly what "legalization" will entail for New Englanders: a crony-capitalist pseudo-regualtory scheme, carefully crafted in order to destroy locally-sourced independent growers, while enriching both the state and Big Ganja with windfall profits from over-priced, under-performing skunk weed.

A friend of mine actually came out here from the sunny pot-fields of Yakima, intending to set up an East Coast branch for her father's respectable, organic West Coast dispensary business. She left in disgust.

EvilHomer
As for you, Mark, I'm surprised at you. Would John Cena smoke pot? Would he buy pot-candy for children?

No. He'd go in there, and he'd give the scrawny salesman a devastating Attitude Adjustment! Then he'd throw all that damn pot in the dumpster, and restock the shelves with milk and vitamins and the hottest new designer vaccines.
Cena_mark
Like Cena I also can't use pot because of my job. I'm not a hater, and neither is he. If it's legal for more people then more power to them.

EvilHomer
So if the WWE allowed its talent to smoke pot, you think John Cena would do so?

Cena_mark
Probably not, but I wouldn't hold it against him if he did.

EvilHomer
But what if he smoked pot before a match? He could kill someone!

Cena_mark
Have you forgotten about the Cena of decade ago? I'll bet he was not just using, but also selling pot too. He was a street thug, the Dr. of Thugganomics.
Today he would only smoke off duty.

EvilHomer
Yeah, and that's why he got his ass kicked by CM Punk. John Cena learned pretty quick that he had to straighten out if he wanted to be a champion.

And whaddaya mean "off duty"? There's no such thing! Being a wrestler is a 24/7 commitment!

Cena_mark
You were in the military. It's kind of a 24/7 thing in some areas like how the UCMJ always applies, but I can drink when I'm off duty as long as it's more than 12 hours before coming back on duty. I'm sure Cena drinks here and there.

EvilHomer
Well, drinking's not as bad as pot. It's still a vice, and you still shouldn't do it, but if the reign of Stone Cold Steve Austin taught us anything, it is that even a drunkard can be a champion, so long as he has the heart of a rattlesnake.

Gmork
Homer, baiting like a motherfucker.

Cena_mark
He baits rather well, you could say he's a journeyman baiter.

EvilHomer
It's not a bait, it's an important issue. Now that smoking pot is becoming legal, we need to have the discussion about whether smoking pot is wise. Just because the state has no right to forbid you from guzzling Big Gulps and playing with liquid mercury, that doesn't mean you *should* do these things.

The citizens of Massachusetts are finally being treated like adults; now it's time for them to act like ones.

Gmork
"Well, drinking's not as bad as pot." ~EvilHomer

100% bait

dairyqueenlatifah
Remember the days when there weren't so many parents who expected the world to raise their kids for them?

Me either.
Scrimmjob
I like to smoke some weed sometimes, and I for one am perfectly fine with it remaining illegal.
Binro the Heretic
Oh my God...legalization of weed will lead to RAMPANT CAPITALISM.

What have we done?


What have we done?
TeenerTot
She's just mad that she had these kids and now doesn't have time to smoke herself.
Quad9Damage
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