Where in the world did I get that idea? Now I finally understand — and I'm so much the better man and citizen for the understanding — that the true, indeed the only , obligation any company's top management has is to its Board of Directors and major shareholders. And of course to the continued employment of its top managers. My appreciation for the wonderfulness of the FEH can only be deepened by this knowledge, even if I am now forced to gaze upon that wonderfulness from a cold and comfortless place outside the warmth and safety of its shelter.
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The use of medical marijuana goes all the way back to 2700 where the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung discovered its healing properties; in 1213 Egyptians used marijuana for treating various medicals conditions including inflammation and glaucoma. In the 1500s "A Chinese medical text (1578 AD) [Bencao Gangmu Materia Medica, by Li Shizhen] describes the use of marijuana to treat vomiting, parasitic infections, and hemorrhage. Marijuana continues to be used in China as a folk remedy for diarrhea and dysentery and to stimulate to appetite." Marijuana was used all across the world for medical purposes including Queen Victoria in the 1800s for menstrual cramps. It wasn't introduced to America until the 1600s when Jamestown settlers brought it over, and then was grown and used for recreational and medical reasons by early presidents. In the early 1900s various laws were passed outlawing marijuana for any reason other than scientific studies. In 1991 an anonymous survey of the members of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) was conducted and "Of the 599 respondents with opinions, 53% favored making marijuana available by prescription. ("Mark A. R. Kleiman, PhD Richard Doblin, PhD "Marijuana as Antiemetic Medicine: A Survey of Oncologists' Experiences and Attitude," Annals of Internal Medicine, July 1991). Now jump forward to 2013 and we have 20 states that allow using marijuana for medical reasons with a prescription.
Surprisingly in America you can go to one state and enjoy smoking marijuana for recreational purposes and then go to the next state and end up in jail for that very same thing and in a third state it's legal if you have a just for it. Does this make much sense? There are many pharmaceutical drugs out there that have a whole list of side effects including thoughts of suicide, suicide, and death, night terrors, anxiety, organ failures, and risk of overdose, risk becoming dependent and increased risk of developing can...