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Nick Diaz tests positive for Marijuana

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, February, 10th 2012 by THCFinder

The Athletic comission is wasting their time tested fighters for Marijuana usage. Who cares if these guys need to take some medication after getting brutally beaten? Say a fighter smoked a 3 weeks prior to a fight to help alieve pain from an injury at practice, this in no way would effect his fight 3 weeks later yet if he tested positive then it's an issue. Something needs to be changed here and it's not going to be fighters stopping cold turkey.

Let's establish two facts from the outset. First, Nick Diaz's use of marijuana to the extent it produced a positive drug test result is irresponsible. Second, the urinalysis test regarding marijuana consumption used by athletic commissions (ostensibly) designed to protect the health and safety of fighters does neither and is little more than kabuki theater.

The UFC has every right to be disappointed with Nick Diaz. They invested huge sums of money and other promotional resources to push him, his fight and build him as a pay-per-view attraction. As incoherent and insane as some of the rules may be (more on that in a minute), he accepted the handshake. That meant not only fighting Condit, it also included media promotion and some measure of clean living. For him to test positive on the urinalysis - which could've resulted in promotional disaster for the UFC had he actually defeated Condit at UFC 143 - is the height of unprofessionalism and represents a total failure as a partner to the UFC.

But it's also true, and perhaps more important, that the urinalysis test (MMAFighting.com has confirmed Nevada uses urinalyses to test fighters for various banned substances, including marijuana) used by the Nevada State Athletic Commssion (NSAC) to gauge marijuana use does not perform the function it purports to do.

"[Marijuana] is banned because of the damage it does to the person taking it," said Keith Kizer, Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Officer to the L.A. Times. "It could make you lethargic, slow your reflexes, and those are dangerous things in a combat sport."

(Sourcehttp://www.mmafighting.com


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The Drug That Demi Moore Smoked, Is Dumb, Dangerous and legal

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, January, 31st 2012 by THCFinder

Get with the program Demi, smoke some cannabis and you will be feeling great and you definetely won't end up in the hospital!

The stories and rumors about Demi Moore‘s recent medical emergency/drug-induced hospitalization just keep getting weirder and weirder. First, she was “exhausted.” Then, she was on “whip-its” (a drug that I didn’t realize anyone who wasn’t a 16-year-old barista was using).

Now, it’s widely believed that the “stuff” she’d been smoking, which was mentioned in the 911 call, was “ spice” or “K2,” a supremely stupid, dangerous–and legal–synthetic version of cannabis, available at smoke shops and convenience stores.


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