In what can only be described as the best sh*t on the inter-webs, two video were made by CUT after the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes in Washington State.
The second video to be released, however, speaks volumes for the federal legalization of marijuana.
The video contains three retired police officers, none of whom have tried pot for decades, sharing a bong and then a joint.
Before the smoke-out begins, the officers give each other field sobriety tests to better gauge their future scale of f*ckedupness.
The most elderly officer has some difficulty walking a straight line, but that is expected at 73 years old.
Then comes the moment of truth..
The first silver-haired ex-cop needs someone to light the bong for him, then just keeps sucking away as if waiting for someone to say when.
The time lapsed video then shows the officers completing the field sobriety tests again.
The elderly ex-officer who couldn’t walk a straight line sober, practically ran the straight line after hitting the bong.
There were surprisingly no deficiencies in their motor skills, even for people who hadn’t touched marijuana in 30 years, and therefore must have been totally ripped!
The ex-cop video came after an equally hilarious video that starred three grandmas smoking marijuana for the first time ever.
These videos were produced, directed, and edited by CUT in an attempt to bring awareness to the harmlessness of the drug, as well as the medical benefits associated with its use.
There are currently 23 states in which marijuana is legal for medical purposes. Four of those states, Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, and Washington, passed laws protecting recreational marijuana use for adults 21 and over.
Executive director of ResponsibleOhio, Ian James, thanked officials who had reviewed the signatures they compiled after Republican Secretary of State, Jon Husted, hired a special investigator to look into “discrepancies” in the group’s petitions.
James said this about the long-needed change in marijuana prohibition in Ohio:
“Drug dealers don’t care about doing what’s best for our state and its citizens. By reforming marijuana laws in November, we’ll provide compassionate care to sick Ohioans, bring money back to our local communities and establish a new industry with limitless economic development opportunities.”
Ohio will vote November 3rd on measures that will legalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use. Medical marijuana is currently illegal in Ohio.
The final video shows the modern way in which marijuana users can purchase their Ganja safely and efficiently. It’s pretty amazing after watching this video by Forbes, to see how cities that have legalized marijuana for any purpose, are functioning.
That is undoubtedly the question on many minds around America.
All videos courtesy of YouTube.