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Sara Bellum

We’re delighted to have so many engaged SBB readers, including those of you who vote on posts, leave us comments and send us messages. Since we’ve launched this blog, we’ve had well over a million page views and hundreds of comments.

As much as we love our involved readers, we’re now on the lookout for enthusiastic writers. Sooo…

Question #6: Would you be interested in submitting a guest post to NIDA and be featured on the Sara Bellum Blog?

Sharing your stories and real-life experiences can benefit your friends and community. If interested, send us an email note and let us know if you have a story or message you’d like to share with us and the SBB audience. Or, let us know what you think of the idea in the comments below.

As a reminder, even though we’re on Question #6, you can still respond to previous questions we’ve asked. Either way, we look forward to hearing from you—whether you’re a reader or a writer.

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biggest load of crap i jus read on about marijuana

im not saying people should incorporate marijuana into everything they do but the side effects and long term effects described on this website are by most chances made up

And if any one can answer my question,why is smoking marijuana automatically associated with drug abuse?

I have to agree with sckamayadck.

Sounds like it was written by a prohibitionist in the 1920's

Get the real, factual info. kids.

Here's a good place to start.

Talk to Primo

jus the biggest load of crap I read about marijuana

I'm not saying people should incorporate marijuana in everything they do, but the side effects and long-term effects described in this site are most likely composed
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