Why make something illegal in the 20th century when it was present throughout our entire history? Every single civilization has records of consuming this earth-grown plant, but it has still managed to become taboo for a modern man. Still, amidst all of restrictions and scare tactics, there are those who chose to defy the law and dabble with marijuana. Due to its effects on the body and mind, the number of users has rapidly grown over the years and this natural drug has become a symbol of creativity, union, and peace, thus removing the illegal stigma in many countries of the world to this day.
There is a stereotype that a “pothead” is a lazy, smelly, socially inept, boring space cadet who doesn’t know where he is hitting, but the truth is actually completely different. If you don’t believe this claim, why won’t we ask the celebrities and leaders of the current free world who consumed cannabis what they think about this stereotype?
You don’t receive the title ‘Sir’ out of nothing. This guy is the leader in one of the most elite companies there is. Not only is he one of the richest men in the world, but he is the founder of the Virgin empire which will ultimately enable every man and woman to have a chance to visit the Earth’s orbit solely out of leisure. His trade encompasses everything from airlines to record stores to magazines to cell phones, so it is no wonder how this diligent and innovative man has become a multi-billionaire. With all his fame and success, he is an avid user of cannabis, who also loves to share a blunt with his son. He publicly stated that there is nothing wrong with smoking weed, he is an adamant believer that it should be legalized in the entire world, and if it were finally legal, he’d probably sell it himself.
The king of horrors and all the atrocities of the mind is one of the most prolific creative machines of our time – and he smokes pot. Countless books and novels that Stephen King wrote have be made into movies or television series, which definitely puts him in the ranks as one of the most successful writers ever. He has sold a collective half a billion copies of his books worldwide, so do you think cannabis ruined his thoughts and ideas, or propelled his brain to weave stories that no man has ever been able to fathom? You be the judge by reading his works of art.