I have heard for years that cannabis is not addictive. For something that is not addictive there seems to be facts that disprove that. If it wasn't addictive why cant even everyday people quit using it when they need to? We have these pro players who have millions of dollars on the line but yet some of them wont quit. We have regular people who risk and lose their jobs everyday just to get high. We have people who are arrested every day for driving under the influence. Before anyone points a finger at me saying or thinking I don't know what I am talking about all I can say is your wrong. I started smoking weed over 40 years ago and was a daily smoker for over 25 years of those 40. The old saying a time and a place for everything holds true. I never mixed smoking weed with working and always stayed low profile with it. Last March I went to Colorado and did partake in the 3-20 festivities. I must admit I had a good time but I no longer have a livelihood depending on being straight either. I know people to this day that have pretty much smoked their whole life away and live like hermits because of it. I have family members who their family members suffer from not having parents in the lives that can give them what parents are suppose to. They sell fake urine because people cant even clean themselves up enough to pass a drug screen. They are parents who collect their children's urine to use as a substitute. So for something that is not addictive I call horse dung. Sorry for the long winded comment but I just needed to put that out there.