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Subjective advertising. Under the cover of a controversial topic, it's actually a free ad for THC consumption. It's not fair. It's commercial. Purely commercial ... and a liar. Comedy for stupidity. Says there, 25,000 studies ... where? who? When? and that marijuana is made by God. How stupid. And the poisonous mushrooms of God are made. And the cobra or scorpion venom. rating 0 and 10 for the ad.
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