RobertChase topcommenter 5pts The use of tobacco and alcohol are undoubtedly the school's greatest drug problems, but the upshot of Chancellor DiSteffano and the CU Admnistration's efforts is that the school has fallen off a list of school's where the more traditional vice of drinking oneself to death or dissolution is prominent, and shot to the top of the list of schools for cannabis, i.e. Benson, DiSteffano, and crew have only reinforced the stereotype of attendance by stoners they were so anxious to abate. Meanwhile, armed soveriegn students will supervise classrooms and professors. Plagiarists will be shot. RobertChase topcommenter 5pts schools DonkeyHotay topcommenter 5pts @RobertChase You attended a Party School? DonkeyHotay topcommenter 5pts @RobertChase ... and the PATHETIC A64 would EXCLUDE the vast majority of College Students -- all those < 21 -- from ANY protection whatsoever! Why do you hate college students who smoke pot? . RobertChase topcommenter 5pts 1 Like @DonkeyHotay You're the narc here -- I support CU students who choose to use cannabis. I notice that you do not claim that they oppose Amendment 64 -- who come? You usually have no problem making self-serving claims completely at odds with the facts. DonkeyHotay topcommenter 5pts @RobertChase Who's on first. RobertChase topcommenter 5pts @DonkeyHotay how come? DonkeyHotay topcommenter 5pts @RobertChase A64 does NOT support college age marijuana users! -- A64 SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDES them for ANY protections whatsoever. "who come" ? ... are you drunk again?