Hello Rick Steves! I know you sit at your laptop searching your name. We hate marijuana. We are offering cash for a photograph of you toking a joint.
Not many know that Rick Steves, the long-time host for a popular Public Television travel show, now in reruns, campaigned against family values for the ACLU. The ACLU is a well-known communist / Marxist activist organization that is against the traditional family and Judeo-Christian morals.
Your editor posted a comment at one of Steves’ recent videos and my comment was quickly removed. Why? Because I requested a photograph of Steves smoking a joint. You can’t find one on the internet.
Instead, I am posting this video:
Rick Steves Buys Marijuana – and behaves childishly
Rick Steves Wants Black and Latinos To Have Equal Access To Marijuana, Donates $50,000 to the ACLU to Legalize Marijuana:
But wait, there’s more. Rick Steves think Joe Biden will uplift People of Color:
I don’t care if you use marijuana if you are an adult over 20. Just leave the children and teens alone! And do not drive stoned when my loved ones and I are on the road!
Soon after Chef Bourdain’s suicide in June 2018, I posted about Chef Bourdain’s publicized marijuana use and speculated he may have had mental health problems that were brought on by his weed habit. “Suicide, Anxiety, and Panic Disorders Linked to Marijuana.” Today I stand by my speculation. There exist marijuana advocates who still, to this day, disregard the warnings about the drug’s harmful effects.
Drug rehab program on Chef Bourdain
In May 2019, a drug rehab program known as North Point Recovery posted a long recap about Bourdain’s irresponsible and self-destructive drug abuse. THE TAKE AWAY: his marijuana use may have triggered a relapse.
Specifically in the case of marijuana, which many people view as “harmless”, past research conducted by Dutch and American scientists at the Vrije University in Amsterdam and the US National Institute on Drug Abuse suggests that smoking pot may trigger relapses in drug addicts.
Apr 1, 2016 – High doses of THC, on the other hand, are notoriously linked to the … irrational panic and paranoid ideas, although these symptoms often quickly abate … to mental health problems — including anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, … People with anxiety disorders who use marijuana may experience relief …
May 10, 2014 – Anxiety is positively associated with cannabis use or CUD in cohorts drawn from some … some anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder and generalised anxiety disorder . ….. SIAS (high-risk suicidal behaviour, psychotic) …
Oct 11, 2013 – Globally, suicide is one of the most common causes of death among young … conditions such as bipolar disorder, and predict negative outcomes and … high levels of anxiety sensitivity or hopelessness may be more sensitive …
Dec 16, 2015 – Anxiety relief from smoking marijuana may not deliver the results … Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD · Separation Anxiety · Phobias … receptors; locking-on to different receptors leads to different effects. … of Disease Control (CDC) has tracked increased rates of suicide, up 9% between 2010 and 2012.
People with panic disorders may feel anxious to the point that it affects their …. panic disorder have substantial and possibly grim implications — the high suicide attempt … However, other research claims cannabis is associated with psychosis.
Feb 3, 2017 – If you’re having a marijuana panic attack, don’t worry. … a lot of research focused exclusively” on the signs of weed–related panic, … Your whole body is placed on high alert, and fear of impending death or doom is palpable.
Jan 3, 2017 – Past data have suggested a link between marijuana use disorder and … likely to attempt suicide than those who started smoking marijuana later in life. … use as an adult is not associated with mood and anxiety disorders, …
Sep 1, 2015 – In August, researchers from the three mental health and suicide prevention … Signs of anxiety disorder often include fatigue, headaches, muscle tension and … anxiety disorder can coexist with depression when untreated, with the … “Many depressed people think about things they don’t want to think about …
Panic disorder often begins in adolescence, although it may start during childhood, … Panic disorder is highly treatable, however left untreated, panic attacks get … increased risk of suicide or suicidal thoughts, alcohol or substance abuse, and …