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to such psychiatric claims concerning deviants, a case is made for slavish conformity to
the law. Perhaps some psychiatrists' patients fit this description, but as a general
characterization of marijuana users, it is clearly in error. Not only would the number who
try the drug once or a dozen times be much greater were it legal and readily available, but
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The Marijuana Smokers - Chapter 11
regular (or "chronic") use would claim far more participants as well.
Concerning our deterrence criterion, we are impelled to ask: Are the laws "working"?
The answer does not come easily; how we answer it depends on our notion of what
constitutes the criteria of effectiveness. The marijuana laws probably work more
ineffectively than laws against any activity which is taken seriously enough to draw a
penalty regularly. That does not mean that some, or many, potential users are not deterred.
In a classic work written over three-quarters of a century ago, The Division of Labor in
Society, Emile Durkheim wrote that society's enforcement of the law has an effect on
those who are punished less than on those who are not—that is, those who might violate
the law otherwise. In a sense, those who go to jail are "sacrifices" in order to serve the
function of deterring their peers. And potential marijuana users are deterred in massive
numbers by the example of arrests and punishment meted out to the less cautious. Exactly
how many are deterred, and how many the law fails to deter, is impossible to determine.
We can safely say, however, that the deterrence function is breaking down yearly. I
suspect that marijuana's appeal is greater to the young than that of alcohol. Therefore, I
would say that were all restrictions removed, the under-twenty-five-years of age range
would use cannabis more than liquor today. Furthermore, I would guess that a significant
proportion would continue to use it into their 30s and 40s. In other words, I think that
marijuana would eventually partly supplant liquor as an intoxicant, were it legal and as
available. Seen in this light, the laws have a powerful deterrent impact.
Marijuana users, as we might expect, do not want to be rehabilitated. This is not true of
many lawbreakers who are caught. Narcotics addicts are extremely ambivalent about their
addiction; many have a sincere desire to kick the habit—although very few do. Not so
with marijuana smokers. They feel that they have no "habit" to begin with. They will
claim that they can give it up any time. It is not a problem with most users. They will
simply not see the point of "rehabilitation." It would be like suddenly defining sexual
activity as a dependency, and attempting to rehabilitate those who wish to indulge in sex;
they would ask, "What for?"
Arrestees are likely to be puzzled or angered by a marijuana sentence. They are, to a
considerable degree, isolated from the dominant American ideology on pot and deeply
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p your bag down against a bush and cover it up. Walk
towards your car and look around again. Drive your car for about five
minutes and look around to see if you can see anything. If you see
anything suspicious, or anything following you leave the bag and go to
town (not home - leave that until the situation is under control again).
If things look okay, drive back to where you left your bag. Pick up your
bag and put it in the boot or trunk of the car. Drive home carefully.
Some people can get away with guerrilla farming lots of pot.
This is commercial growing on a risky scale but can still be found in
various parts of the world where cannabis is still banned. The growers
usually live deep in the forest miles away from the nearest town. They
may spend up to 7 months out there on their own, cultivating the crop.
Recent grow busts by the police have identified some several tons of
bud being grown by as little as 3 people living squat in some unknown
region of British Colombia.
There is not much more to outdoor growing than this. Most of
the elements that you need to complete your outdoor grow are in the
indoor growing chapter of this book. Read through this and it should
give you ideas about how to treat your outdoor grow patch.
THE INDOOR GROWING OF CANNABIS
There are many ways to grow your cannabis plant indoors.
The two core methods of indoor growing are soil growing and
hydroponics. There is a separate chapter for hydroponics, and so this
chapter will deal with soil growing.
Figure 5.1 - Indoor Grow room. Picture by RealHigh.
There are many ways to grow an indoor soil garden. The most
common indoor set-ups are:
1. Bench growing,
2. SOG growing,
3. ScrOG growing
4. Cabinet growing.
We will discuss these methods in a moment but let us first see what
they all have in common.
Lights come in all shapes, sizes, wattage and type. A full
indoor grow lighting kit should contain the following items. Bulb,
reflector, ballast, timer and electrical inputs/outputs.
Figure 5.2 - Regular HID Bulbs.
Figure 5.3 - A reflector with bulb and ballast.
Figure 5.4 - This is a picture of a timer.
Most lighting kits are open, meaning that no hood or glass
will cover the bulb. It hangs directly under the reflector. The bulb is
fixed into a socket that is attached to the inside of the reflector. That
socket is connected to the ballast. The ballast can be internal or
external. If external there will be a cord leading to the ballast from the
bulb's socket. The ballast plugs into a domestic light socket like the
one you have in your home. Some ballast types even have a built-in
When buying a lighting system it is recommend that you buy
a complete system and an extra bulb. Check to make sure that the
lighting system meets safety regulations and has some sort of
guarantee with it.
Figure 5.5 - This is an example of what an external ballast looks like.
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of the deviant's actual past are eliminated. In fact, the story need not even be true in any
respect; what is important about them is that they respond to an expectation by society or
the deviant, or both, that there be some sort of rationally understood explanation for the
downfall. No one would actually choose to live the life of a moral outcast; myths must be
put forth to fill that void of puzzlement. The fabrication need not even be conscious; it is
not simply a lie. It is a myth, a folk tale which helps members of a society to adhere to a
specific version of the moral universe. It may, in fact, be believed by all participants.
These myths are interesting because of the social forces that brought them about.
During the 1930S, myths about marijuana use abounded. They detailed the downfall of
innocent, unsuspecting youths, and their subsequent life of debauchery, a consequence of
curiosity about the evil weed. They are propagated even today. However, what is
interesting about them—and this marks the crucial difference between marijuana smokers
and the deviants just mentioned—is that present users, unlike prostitutes, or winos, never
find the need to construct and disseminate the fall from grace. It is attributed to them by
antimarijuana crusaders. Since marijuana users do not regard their life as evil, nor the
activity as an expression or instrument of their corruption, they do not accept the
mythology; its absence reveals the lack of self-condemnation among users. Their view is
that either smoking marijuana is a trivial and irrelevant leisure activity, to be enjoyed
much like watching the movies, or it is part of a larger, richer, more complex and exciting
universe of activities which, thankfully, they were privileged to be initiated into. Very few
smokers look upon use of the drug as corruption, a downfall, or a fall from grace.
Heresy, as we know, is worse than merely sinning. The sinner who is repentant may be
forgiven; he who persists in proclaiming that what he has done is not a sin—indeed, who
puts forth the claim that it is virtuous—must be consigned to the flames of eternal
damnation. If the public and the moral entrepreneurs perceive that a group does not accept
the evil of its way, then a corollary or compensatory explanation must be put forth. As
Richard Blum, a social psychologist studying drug use, has put it:
For... legislators, responsibility for self-indulgence in drugs must be
punished. Others... sometimes speak of the abominable degradation of the
addict who, paradoxically a victim of his habit, resists all efforts to correct
him. These people deserve, so the lobbyists say, the harshest penalties. The
drug "addict". .. in their view has succumbed to temptation has embraced
the evil power in drugs, and refuses correction.... The only recourse is
further punishment for his wickedness, his demon and himself now being
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