Reader: Drunk drivers are more lethal than stoned ones
In our post about a University of Colorado Denver study that found traffic fatalities declined in medical marijuana states, weed advocate Mason Tvert argued that pot smokers drive more cautiously than do those who use alcohol and get behind the wheel. This statement spurred a lively conversation exemplified by the following one-liner.
Drunk drivers kill people, stoned drivers miss their off ramps.
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