Comparisons are Unfair

For example…
about 490,000 people die of tobacco related deaths every year in the United States. Sometimes more, sometimes less, but, let’s go with this.
490,000 people a year = 40,833 per month.
that’s 1,361 every day.
and that’s 56 people every hour.

So basically, every hour
more people die of tobacco related deaths in the United States of America
than people who have died ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD IN 5000 YEARS from marijuana!
Wait…is that right!?
More people die from tobacco related deaths in the USA
IN ONE HOUR
Than have died on the whole planet from marijuana in 5000 Years.
Well…Gee.
There’s why the DEA and others at the top don’t like comparisons.
Comparisons shine a very negative light on brute force tactics used on people who just want to laugh a little in the privacy of their own home and get rejuvenated for the work the next day. Without a hangover. Without an addiction.

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