Originally Posted by Gypsy Nirvana
For many it was not about just making money, more about saving money when you don't have to go out and try and score low-quality and potentially poisonous 'erb from relatively unknown sources and at a huge price, and for so many of us it became a labour of love, and a way to conscientiously object against a corrupt and unfair system of laws designed to terrorize many generations.
That describes me perfectly even now because it's still illegal here. Although it's not about making money for me at all. The worst part about smoking in a country with prohibition is looking for a reliable supply of decent weed, any weed actually unless you're in the know.
When I started growing in the early 90s it was even worse. If it wasn't for those people in Amsterdam I just wouldn't have been able to get my hands on good genetics. I highly respect anyone past or present who risks prosecution to breed or research cannabis.
I just feel if a law is wrong it is our duty to break it.